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"john nra" Discussed on The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders
"There is bad from this one troll account i hope vent sues eighty w for every dollar they are worth using owen. Hart like that is just taunting. Wwe his family is sick for green to this. He was a wwe guy. No matter what now way now wait folks. There's more. Take this fan for instance. I hope vent sues awa for every dollar. They're worth using owen. Hart like this is just taunting. Wwe his family is sick for agreeing to this. He was a. Wwe guy no matter what now you can't help but wonder is if that is From the same guy or is a case where like copy and paste in. You know that sounded good. I i gotta use that too but these are the type of responses. Believe it or not people. These are the type of responses that's floating around on on social media since this joint statement was released. And you just can't hope would shake your head and go first of all. Did these motherfuckers even watch the family on the dark side of the ring episode. Because i remember when we reviewed that episode of owen. Hart i remember being on the show in that review was so well received by by folks even by my fellow. Friends in the podcasting John nra even they had like the review that i had gave for. Even i think the producers have reached out and you know appreciated the review i gay for it and everything i remember one thing i was very passionate about very adamant about at the end of my overall review forty episode i said man. How can you not after this understand. Were martha hard in the family are coming from and why they refuse to have anything to do with the wwe. I mean it is just pretty much hook line sinker every single box that you're looking at they've pretty much checked it off as far as nope. Nope nope this is why we will not do business with this company again. You can forget about it and at the end. You just couldn't help with say okay. Even if even if you wish that in a perfect world owen hard in some capacity we need to have him back in in some form in the wwe hall of fame or whatever. And as i've always said for years year to put a man pulse mony asli put them in the family. Don't want accepted okay. Fine that's on now. Wwe can just they can just go on without right. But i i remember even saying even if you were like pro. Wwe just couldn't help but say at the end while..
"john nra" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
"You you schedule your energy bill. Right pretty much. i'm not gonna so Yeah yeah. I agree with the other. One is the lines of independent authors. If you're if you're a member of that They have a list of edges. And that'll say give me some discounts. If you're a member they lines of independent with this. i am. Sports is a nonprofit organization for independent of this And they've got love pluses like you can get free to get to the book fair your the side of the pond and also you can get legal advice on contracts and things like that so you know there were plus is not. Where did i get mine from. I go from really other recommendations and recommendations they used to be in places like not necessarily lesbian fiction but facebook groups because they went that many of those. When i was starting out but now there is right there slightly less fit marketing alliance. And there's a few of the lesbian fiction group specifically for this so you could ask them and they might be. They might if then guarding there too too closely as tv. Points out they might give you some recommendations. But well. I used to do when i was looking in places like the so publishing formula facebook group. The other one twenty bucks to fifty k. Day really going face but that much anymore but if he is like did way into grapes and anytime that there was recommendations are rotten down. Fool the different types of editors full concert had an proofreading. Because i did a two. I use mainly so. That's a good tip as well. Because you're tb says things change. That is the constant. I've had wanted his editor die on may of had another entity get super-busy of another one decides. She don't mean do anymore. So you always have to have some backups. I forgot that your editor died. I remember when he told me that news. You're so sad. I mean you oversee saboteurs up. Her family friends Both isaf amiga. She was a really good editor. Yeah then i had to go out and find to. New editors which i did one from a facebook group and one from an oath and so i'm sure it will happen again and i'll have to panic again and then i'll have to go out and join and actively find them. I was just gonna say it's just a case again of just reiterating the power of networking. 'cause if you know other authors and you know them a little bit better than me to maybe give you some recommendations maybe not there also but somebody. They've heard it is. It is something we constantly have to do because things do change. I know my editor She cut back on her editing to do to cove it because she was in home schooling children so things do change rather quickly for everybody but you did hit another another one that i was going to go into Go if you are on facebook. There are several author of facebook. Group were people are very helpful. Some of them do have like actual links to pages. That list editors I also go through the books In my genre. That's how i found. Some of my editors Just checking the what is it. The copyright page were I list my editor there and everything and a lot of people. Listening editors or in the acknowledgements listener editor. So i'm assuming the person who requested this is going the indy route. Because they're looking for an editor as you flying with indie publishing done more networking you do with other authors in your chandra help on all fronts like if you do need to find a decent editor The authors are willing to help workers need help with marketing networking. Is he tears. Success is an indian author on so many different levels. I can't stress it enough so Yeah but it is another one of those things where i understand why it is so scary because when i do test out a new editor. I'm always just kind of like. Was this experience going to be like. Because i've had some bad experiences with editor set in it. It's almost it's like you might as well not even had edited because it just caused more problems in there are times where it had something edited. Were i just had the scrap that incentive to a different editor because our styles did not match up. The person was probably not geared towards being fiction was more nonfiction in those are two different animals. I've seen that happen. That people are like. I do not recommend hiring your a neighbor who is an english teacher or journalist because again that is two very different Animals you need someone who can edit your genera in fiction. If you're writing fiction. I mean just having someone who's really good at grammar isn't going to cut it unless it's like. Just the final proof reach sage but if you want him someone actually get into the nitty gritty of editing. Which a lot of us want our editors to do you have to be cognizant of the fact that there are different types of editors out there and you have to know what you think. Yes and i think in the beginning maybe you might need a development. Developmental editors allow people call for those. You can get these. You can just get highest good. Be to readers when i say higher paying them jimmy but you can get some good we just give you some good feedback on your on your story structure yet. Generally i use at assists for content editing. Which is the overall overarching story. Line by line and then proofread so. I use to different people for these things. Yes again. I would like to caution people when they do get a beta readers. Make sure they actually know that. John nra don't send it to a friend who loves cozy mysteries and send them romance. You want someone who knows the genre There again this is where Lesbian fiction if you are reading list infection. Lesbian fiction of facebook groups can help not just for authors. But the ones that have readers as well you can ask. A lot of people are very keen to beta. Read in get involved in the process early on so you can ask you know if people are willing to to read your work and stuff like that again. It's all this is. This is the tricky part. Isn't it because we live in an age where anyone could put up a website saying there and editor but you have to find out if they actually have experience editing or thirty to someone who is like. Oh my gosh. I really love the read. And i'm sure. I can edit your book just fine so it this the sample edit in where references referrals stuff like that. Do come into play to help you. Because i think a lot of us have had experiences with editors who claim their editors at were. Actually this skilled as you wanted them to be at your pain money for this service and you want to make sure you're paying good money and you're not throwing down the toilet. Yes definitely but the only upside and people think oh. I can get away with not having as i'm really good. I'm good at sport on my stuff. He can't support your and stuff. But also the other thing i didn't really fully realize and you do really realize that as you carry on is that you learn something you learn things communities and you learn your takes and you learn your strengths and weaknesses. But we'll say you just learn how to be a better writer if you have editor. Because they'll point things out and they'll explain things and they'll give you different ways of going with the story maybe used story doesn't work in a particular bit and they'll give you an alternative or they'll encourage you think another one so it's not just about can you afford it..
"john nra" Discussed on Creatively Christian
"I feel always like yeah we're raper like we're thinking the same thing and the other times that we're really different places. I think the lesson that you're talking about about how it's really about understanding people meeting them where they are ironically. That's the same messages. That are coming through your documentaries. You know regardless of the circumstances of the film right. It's really about understanding this person at this moment in their lives and in the stories that you tell our so primal that everyone can relate and i think that's the power of your film of your art is that you're able to distill that moment in such a way that it's undeniable my hats off to you because you're fantastic that and thank you truly. Thank god is bust you in that area so so. Let's talk a little bit about documentaries. And and obviously we talked about kind of what led you to documentaries. Do you feel like shooting documentaries tunnel where you need to be right now or where. You're going to stay or do you ever think you'll do feature film or something outside the realm of documentaries. I'm very open i'm very open to doing. I do like i. I like right now so right now. I really liked the documentary John nra but i'm very open to. I think there's a part of me that would like to do if he eats. Film i. I've done commercials and where you know and you're working with the models that you know to put some of those together and You know you need a big team. A bigger team they went. You need documentary so for me. It's like Not sure. I'm and they're like having all the pieces in place But i if i felt it was important to find a way but i think for me my heart rate now is to continue to do some of this documentary. Work and i am excited. Actually because i think documentaries are growing in popularity people say really like you don't have you ever. Have you ever seen like a you know blockbuster documentary. Well i'm i'm not i'm interested in making sure i can make money with my work. You know. I mean that's why you know the paper the expenses and stuff but i i think the allies like in touch documentaries any greater than in a feature film right now so it was actually exciting to see the kendricks come out with their first documentary. You're seeing. You're seeing more people do this so i just i like it because i think it draws attention to the john and on you know. It's not uncommon net or amazon prime to see the in the top trending titles documentary whether the social dilemma. And you know and the latest one on netflix. Like teaching or something pretty cool. Yeah well it was pretty good. Yeah and so..
"john nra" Discussed on A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard
"Against me and they would almost always try and find a woman because of course that narrative women can't agree men category two different. That's being leaders but when women disgrace out women conch at all you know and it was very interesting question. The the women would come off air and when they take that microphone off would say actually. We think it's a great idea but my editor said i had to come on and talk against you as if i was going to my that mall. Where's he thinks guys seriously. But if you believe in some you just have to shot the noise out and you just have to kind of go on your way and believed that. It's the right thing. And i had a very significant moment. That helped when i was feeling quite know about it you know had two young children and it was remorseless attacking but as i say nothing to what women go through now and i ran up the person who was the anonymous donor. The prize money is none of us endowed by a woman who was then in her nineties on the price statue that we give was also donated to us by a sculptress. She called herself grizzle nathan. Who was actually the sister of the actor. David niven so too much older women had given me these things to get the price coming in the first place and i was worried about donor. Think thinking she would feel to be reading this in the paper every day. About what a disaster it will second rate lots of jokes about it being the lemon prize horrid heart stuff was the only time i spoke to her directly. I said i just wanted to say. I hope you're not in any way regretting supporting us. Because we really believe this will make a difference and we really think it will transform how people think about writing by women and its international and races. Not a category country resident birth not to category. The only thing you've got to be as a woman writing english and she. There was a silence she said. Oh my dear. We went through much worse when we were trying to get the vote and then that told me something about ages. Well don't assume that older women need protecting they. They've seen it all. They done it all thanks to them. We're all we all where we are. At that moment. I thought yeah plob- right and now it is the world's biggest celebration of creativity washing by women on it makes a difference because in the end so much about the narrative about women is about inequality injustice and the problems that women are facing and the way that history goes backwards as well as forwards on what the women's prices every year is celebrate excellence. It's about celebration. And that matters a great deal in my certainly does now tending to your onrushing. Obviously you buy this jump into being an all the written a nonfiction or you moved on and written many wonderful historic novels. Old side kasich thrillers and gothic literature has long been famous tradition. It i rise to popularity in the light icing hundreds of signed thanh Stack of ism and was popularized female with this like an radcliffe all which was very unusual for the time. What attracted you to these john nra. I've never been asked the question quite in that way before and is a really good question. What is the answer. I the thing that might go. Thicken historical fiction has in common..
"john nra" Discussed on Poetic Earthlings
"Her whole purpose in her whole idea was just to be an entertaining. Sci-fi story moved her guns slow as a snail and floated towards the nightstand. It was one of the first. I by stories that i ever wrote a lot of people. Don't know this about me. But i am a huge john nra purist. I believe that every genre has very specific ways that the readers appreciate it. I don't like to break that. Like for instance in romance. They say you have to have a happy ending if you don't have a happy ending you're like straddling the line of maybe a different john even and so when i wrote emma. The idea wasn't just that she was going to kick this aliens. But one hundred slammed the activation by smell the stench of the mothers breath as they were almost face to face she heard the sound of the catcher as the blind light washed over the or the secret surprise ending was going to be like the biggest thing ever. It was that. I wanted to stay true to what sci-fi is and when you're thinking about it like that you don't think about making emma so feminist in that way it's like i just need emma to embody what a sci-fi character would man woman or any gender that you decide to take..
"john nra" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Today. We have jamie douglas from the ottawa band. The power goes on show. Thank you for joining the podcast. Jamie thanks for having me shea. Scrape scrape size a law of noise in ottawa. Over time you're looking at releasing your fourth studio album in october of this year Act of ottawa ban. Some say iraq but other your blues restaurant kinsfolk. I would say you can't define demand things that's a. I actually actually appreciate that for some reason. I don't like the more the music industry strings as a whole. The more Bands get pegged as like just one. John nra and i was found that strange growing up to like growing up listening to bands like You know The beatles stones led zeppelin pink. Floyd grateful dead allman brothers. David boy like they're they're they're artists. I and their jonah just happens to be like whatever song is spinning sort of thing. That's just that's just how i Look at music. And that's how i write. I just read how i feel. And i've always been that way you know for sam actually. Could that a lot of the greats in particular david. Bowie Change their styles remarkably from elbow to elbow. Yes very very place so And i don't know what happened but all this was like john run and all of a sudden rock at like. Oh my god was over. Three hundred sub genres. Yes crazy you try covering music genres so tell us a bit about you and your background Was born in hamilton ontario and a run city still city. I was born there. But i grew up in an caster Can you live there for my childhood until my parents split up. And then i ended up living freon ontario for about a year and a half before our mum moved Apparent split up my. We were living with my mom. She goes to her hometown of london ontario. So i was than there From grade eight to the end of high school and The in high school. That's i think when i started. Those are your formative years. That's when i you know. Sort of to try to like make an idea of who i was my identity. We party the london music scene the time. Well i mean like i was eighteen by the time i left london atasoy. I hadn't really had many opportunities to do that. Other than high school shows There was one bar call the office. Which had underage hunters. I'm sorry all age shows on sundays and that was pretty much the extent of playing in london. You know just Maybe some coffeehouse gigs and we did a couple of Campus gigs of western daytime. Study gigs for me. And my friend and i were. Just play as a duo. I think that was the first time i've played publicly. Actually on the western university campus. Fifteen years and the just played. I played maybe five songs that they just like. You know wish you were here. Ziggy stardust whatever. I was listening to at the time. so yeah i always had. I always had an outdated sense of taste in music growing up the late eighties and early nineties in london I was you know instead of listening to you. Know like the rock rock. Music of the day i was more backdated listening to the older stuff you know jimi hendrix led zeppelin rolling stones. David bowie law of david bowie. And then i started getting into more jam. Bands like the grateful. Dead and the allman brothers That took me into university. And neil young was a big huge huge of Influence hero to me back then in those days and then i moved to ottawa to carlton. Which you know greatest two years of my life. I think quite school there. But i had a lot of fun and played. You know then. I was starting to play much more regularly. Just gigging around town and I ended up in this Blues cover band on we had a we ended up having a residency in the in the mid nineties at this place called neon rock bar around. You know like like from montreal. Dan to toronto on that whole sorta spread their lot and then i took a pause off music in the late nineties and By about early. Two thousand i started going back into comedy enacting acting which i did in high school in concurrent with play music i was i was always trying to entertain in some i was i was in artsy guy. You know like did voice where puppeteer in anything like that. I would. I was all about you know. Just just getting out there goofing around and getting paid for it so you her. Yeah yeah at a lot of experience doing that But i kind of kind of put that aside in went full music around two thousand and eight. Yeah by two thousand. Why did you the thing about acting. Is you have to work with other actors. Oh okay yeah. And i don't know i just i i i think you know. Music is more where my heart is with an acting. it was more about. I felt like i was just sort of like doing my own therapy. You know myself when i was there. The comedy of very dark humor sort of individual. And i think i'd had about enough of that. And i just wanted to play music for real instead of playing because i mean i was. I was a comedian who sing. I was a comedian. Who wrote songs. I i was i was i. Was you know that that was. That was sort of like the ace. My hand all music songs blah blah. There you go But then i was then. I just decided no i actually want to give it a shot. I mean i tried when i was young. I kinda gave up hope on that around the late nineties to like i was like okay. I'm i'm getting on at age. I'm in my late twenties. And i thought i was ancient then Then around scientists. That was probably my mid thirty s. When i started Do the whole songwriting thing again. Hooking up with people. I've worked with before and just throwing down ideas on record without an any any intention of like releasing things becoming a band i would just say no just as just sort of experiment and One of the guys that That i was doing that with His david hart he was actually quite a bit older than me I was in the cover band in the ninety s with them and he just sorta rang me up and said you want to work on you. Just emerging music ideas. That i have you know it was a guitar player. Not a lyricist sister or are singer so he said here's some ideas you wanna finish them up and You know we'll just have fun recording and was like absolutely so we did now now. This was rolling stone's tribute band in the mid ninety s. And the early two thousand. So deliberately gave that inflection to this first demo that recorded and the band was called goat's head soup soup. That's that's that's rolling. Stones album from nineteen seventy galco. Very underrated album vary under. it also was released. It was also released the same year. That i was released into the world so come. Yeah so i mean. I a special affection for that album. Still do but yeah so All of a sudden David hard he approached me and said hey jamie than now. There's this festival in. Ottawa called ottawa. Blues fest. i know you're aware of that. But you listeners. Might not be aware of it. But it's big annual festival. That happens every year. You know like the bigger names touring a acts coming to town with blues fast and they they allow quite a.
"john nra" Discussed on Nopeville
"Was taken. If you want even more of our attention love. And i can't imagine that you would say no to that. We also have paycheck on its page. Dot com slash km h podcast. It will make your life so much better. Butter makes everything tastes better. This is the podcast equivalent of putting butter on your ears. It's wonderful all right. Well i'm out of time. Thank you so much for listening. We love you. Thank you for checking out. This awesome awesome program. We hope you find some new shows that you love and subscribe to brad out. Oh oh man. I just hearing something so beautiful. It surely gets to eat and i just i would hate to be the podcast that is to follow bad because that was it was it was like poetry report from the mouth of angels. I don't words fail me. Words just fail me a i'm gonna. I'm i'm going to have to take a breather for our next submission which comes from. The podcast was the longest name in the world teacher in a crime scene tech. Walk into a bar. It hosted by ashley into until they are a teacher in a crime scene tech which i know is shocking based on the title of the podcast. Actually our teacher crime scene tech and they're just about as adorable as it comes in the true crime. John nra and they have the coolest game ever for a true crime. Podcast including my own. They have a wheel of murder. Okay imagine wheel of fortune. But it's murder. I know that it's difficult. Jump to make mentally but they pick their topics at random. They let fate decide what they're going to talk about on the next episode in it's wonderful they've been kind enough to let me appear on their show. I believe the episode was entitled which doctors drunk rocks and jer. Vina's so i hope that gives you a little insight into what to expect from these fine ladies. So let's get into a teacher and a crime scene tech. Walk into a bar submission to the show Hi i'm ashley. I'm a teacher in georgia and i'm and i'm studying to be a crime scene tech and colorado and we're the teacher in a crime scene tech walk into a bar. Hello.
"john nra" Discussed on Nopeville
"Because shockingly came h podcast was taken. If you want even more of our attention love. And i can't imagine that you would say no to that. We also have paycheck on its page. Dot com slash came h podcast. It will make your life so much better. Butter makes everything tastes better. This is the podcast equivalent of putting butter on your ears. It's wonderful all right. Well i'm out of time. Thank you so much for listening. We love you. Thank you for checking out. This awesome awesome program. We hope you find some new shows that you love and subscribe to brad out. Oh oh man. I just hearing something so beautiful. It surely gets to eat and i just i hate to be the podcast that is to follow bad because that was it was it was like poetry poured from the mouth of angels. I don't words fail me. Words just fail me a i'm gonna. I'm i'm going to have to take a breather for our next submission which comes from. The podcast was the longest name in the world. A teacher and a crime scene tech walk into a bar. It hosted by ashley until they are a teacher in a crime scene tech which i know is shocking based on the title of the podcast. Actually our teacher our crime scene tech. And they're just about as adorable as it comes in the true crime john nra. And they have the coolest gimmick ever for a true kind podcast including my own. They have a wheel of murder. Okay imagine wheel of fortune. But it's murder. I know that's difficult. Jump to make mentally but they pick their topics at random. They let fate decide what they're going to talk about on the next episode in it's wonderful they've been kind enough to let me appear on their show. I believe the episode was entitled which doctors drunk rocks and jer. Vina's so i hope that gives you a little insight into what to expect from these fine ladies. So let's get into a teacher and a crime scene tech. Walk into a bar submission to this show Hi i'm ashley. And i'm a teacher in georgia and i'm and i'm studying to be a crime scene tech and colorado and where the teacher in a crime scene tech walk into a bar. Hello.
"john nra" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast
"Away from these movies like look what they do with like five dollars so he started making his own movies at the age of twelve with at eight millimeter camera. Making zombie movies in the yard with his brothers Which i guess it makes sense that in one thousand nine hundred five. He started working at trauma Which i think most people. At least i've heard the name trauma they've probably heard of the toxin avenger enter. Yup they are a low budget just my as z movie factory. Making be in sea sea-level movie lot so It's a very specific. John nra a type of movies but they're very prevalent as far as actually t really. He was at pop several years ago. I've got an interview with lloyd. Go back and listen to that. It's like ten minutes long. And i had to censor him so many times.
"john nra" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Into the truth in his art. I am your host. Rob lee and my next guest is a john nra. Bending lyricist vocalist composer producer an activist. We have rue the fourth fuji. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you hang. I had to get the phil had to get each ian air. I'm happy where he were to get this a lot easier. Nair you get all the emails. I know right so how today. How's everything going in steamy friday afternoon. Good morning movie business out the way. That's yes definitely. It looks like finally breaking so. I think that's cool. I mean hopefully people can get out and a lot of stuff that feels like it's slowly coming back and stuff that we've missed whether it be like festivals and live music around like other people so as we get to that. I want to talk about that a little bit. But also i wanna talk about your Your background is the creator. So could you. Because i i gave all superlatives that i got from the bio but this guy which describe your style your creative approach and a few words for this for those uninitiated. I guess it's really hard to explain this it would be for me to kinda show but I would say is definitely original intriguing and impactful Our no like a blend so many different jars into wine down to kind of create my own job that makes it can really put your thing go on like wear or like what my aspirations is because i had so many different sounds can do so many different things you know what i mean so but not even just on a music just as far as like you know i'll also model i do model in and i'm also really into like instilling knowledge yourself into the using Do people would come out and for the people that are still here. When we're gone. He knows going to take for the future so slowest question meeting. Yeah no just describing your style. Nothing you covered on the covered in. And i think what i what i take out of it. Is your your your individual..
"john nra" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"To thank them and we list them off. And i hope that you guys go and support them and let them know that it's because of the show. You're supporting them. So i thank everybody from the heart. I jokingly tagged the thunderdome say to two people enter one leaves as an ongoing joke. But i try to make this the no. Bs area when it comes to this john nra but i think this genre needs that. We don't specialize here. We're not specializing in. And the may jujitsu shooting. Eating kung pao. Kung-fu anything. we're trying to specialize in giving you an honest to goodness platform. We can just have a conversation if you disagree. Come on if you agree. come on. don't agree too much because then it won't be interesting. But i do believe that. The show is long overdue in this industry. Because i'm not doing just a commercial for a product and that's something i've i've had a lot of on the phone on the cell phone with executives over this because i think once you start doing that and that's a pitfall that i think a lot of platforms have fallen into in people where they just get up there and they say oh. This is the glock nineteen review or. This is a review of these. You know this earlier. This is the best pouch. that's ever lived. are you know. Stay tuned for another review of this or a review of that. I think that's great and then people make money doing that. I think that's awesome. You know being a review person or being a qvc commercial. I think it's lame but whatever if you're into it you're into it judging you watch that shit and if i like something a buy it i'll try it for my own fucking opinion. Having that second hand thought process is dangerous one. Because i think people do that with people don't know someone they know them from the internet which is an easy thing. They form an opinion right in there like rigid. In that opinion that can an opinion and they fall into a trap..
"john nra" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Is a real temptation for actors to try to fully act out The nation and and that sometimes gets in the way of the understanding or the underlying message that the author or writer has put forth on the page. And and so. There's a fine line that you have to straddle It's like you want to communicate information and you want to suggest In most cases you want to suggest the attitude the underlying attitude of the person Through the way that you interpret The voice and all of those things. But you don't be so blatant about it that it takes the listener out of the moment So it's not an easy thing to necessarily go to. it's it's a more subtle thing anti Many actors very good at this And then there are other people who are specifically Audiobook narrators of a very good friend of my next door neighbors. That's all she does I i'm i'm sort of the The swiss army knife of performers. I i do everything we're we're going to get into that in just a minute. But there are people who who really specifically go into that. John nra and i think you have to have an ear of to be able to hear the natural rhythms of speech and of dialogue and know how to sublimate certain parts of the strip while still including them so that the meeting is there. A for instance at something. That's essential at times. Is the so-and-so said Because it helps to. You know clarify who was just speaking especially in an audio book And so there's way of doing that. you finish the quote Yes that's correct. Judge stark said and again what i just did. There is i- underplayed the judge dark said but it was there and again is quickly done in such a way that it sort of gives you a little tag for the listener to know what's going on you don't get the same energy as the quote you give it usually a almost a to use a musical term. A sotto voce Way of approaching it so there are a lot of techniques. I i think.
"john nra" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
"The went off to submitted the first version of the book. Which again is falling is. The purpose of the editing is to make the book a better book but it was an unusual thing. I wasn't used to it. I suppose i'm is interesting isn't it. Because that's part of again that crossover between the world of movies and the old school publishing is is very twenty first century. Now most people get their stories in the first instance for movies and tv rather than from nobles and short stories as they used to. Yeah i have to admit. I'm guilty of that but then again it's nature what i do. I have to see a lot of movies. And so just the way it works out to maybe a great golden age of movies. It's amazing the the technical expertise the brilliance. That's brought to bear on making these narratives is extraordinary. Okay movies it's just. There is a difference between what i do. Which is write books and books and may not have words and what movies are because movies are made out have images in motion were acting performances and stuff like that these. It's difficult to combine the two. I think without losing the other well. What's the beauty of literature is you can do so much with words and you paint a description and then the reader fills in blanks with their imagination. Yes everybody might interpret it more. I think that's more interactive. You see a movie and there's really not much to imagine because somebody's already done that for you. It's pretty passive but a movie. You kinda have to either a book you have to kind of get into it. A picture things picture what the characters saying and not only that their facial expressions any gesture they might have. So it's more you're involved. And i hope we never lose that no i. I couldn't agree more. I think that's absolutely spoke on. They're doing different things but they was doing important thing because the other thing i suppose is there are things that movies can do really really well they can do. They can make a spectacular visual images. They can do action really well they can do. Things like suspense and tension and drama. Very well but there are things that movies don't do very long those things kind of interior things so the only way you can in a movie the only way you can really communicate that someone is having thoughts inside. Their heads is by voice. Over which is quieter clunky mechanism. They're not on tier your on interior ization. And they're not good on ideas because again the anyway you can have on is expressed in a movie is having a character. Explain the idea to someone else. Books all good at books are very good at getting in people's heads and about exploring ideas. Yeah i mean. I've seen certain movies where the you hear the character thinking what they're thinking depending on how it's used it could either work or it can. I've seen it where it actually slows movie down and other times if it's used perfectly then It could really work. Certainly a lot of the fifties noir movies made a habit of doing that and that seemed to work extremely well for that john nra but on the average. It's hard to do the what they're to hear what they're thinking. And usually you have to have something going on. It's interesting so then you end up in the situation. It becomes a kind of cliche. United carrot sad. Because it's raining outside and you know. The characters mood has lightened because the rain clouds of rodin sunlight is coming down on. It's not again. it's not a bad idea. It's not a bad way of dramatizing..
"john nra" Discussed on Brown Girl Radiance Podcast
"Mike. Ceaseless Beats. Amid. When she was calling. You know he was you know of course, he was teasing that he was basically like, okay. I'm going to beat this Duda. Right so for those of you who don't know this is Alicia keys has been. So anyway, I was just a fun fun. I thought that that was a really fun battle and I do want to give them credit to because it was they did it on June t right? So they were trying to. Celebrate our culture and again bringing out the pianos it was a production. So to me, that was also like an upgrade in the experience, but I really loved hearing all of your listen and I think that's GonNa. Be Flipping About Sisterhood is that we all kind of have our different perspectives on know what moves us? I do think it's pretty cool though that we all landed on. Patty as the number one, which I think just also speaks to why I felt like it was important to call them out and to record a special episode end to give them their flowers while they are here. And, and who had also say another win my prayers. Please AAC, either of these queens like we have lots so many beautiful souls and spirits who also I should also say who are not things right? We've lost many just to unfortunately it's a Kobe nineteen and we've also lost some inspirational Figures and celebrities as well. emphatic Justice Ginsburg just passed away. Yesterday and Chadwick Bozeman as you all know how I feel about him and the Black Panther franchise and many others Kobe and his daughter back in February. We just had so many. So anyway, watching the battle of me on the inside was like Lord please you know look wonderful. They seem like they're in good health like please please do stain them through this year. I, you know I don't I don't think our hearts can take another another loss but. The God's will be done. I'll just say that prayerfully perfectly his will is for them to be with us for a few more years. and. So anyway, going back to. Kind of kicked it off for us a little bit there. In terms of future versus battles I definitely wanted to hear who you all are interested in seeing. I will share I. Know You you mentioned a few and I would say earth wind and fire Oh. My goodness that'd be amazed thing like I I have seen them lied before and they like it that concert is one of the best concerts that you can ever ever experienced their. Hands down the best though to be honest I, don't know who go against them but that was a great one. And then also I for me. This is just like on a more personal note. India. I re is someone who music has really inspired me and I've gotten some of my other favorites like Randy Jill Scott Fred Hammond women in. India are reasonable music just again it's another one. It's like a soundtrack from my life and it's just move me and so. I will say I was trying to figure out I don't know who she would go against exactly i. Don about the names I mean, she's kind of been. She's really to me very unique artists who's in a category like all her own. And so I'm not quite sure who should be matched with but I will say I think that it would definitely be a nice neo soul vibe and so I thought about like Lauren Hill again don't know that we match the two of them but again they both. Nick Lauren Hill. House? The. Missing Using That was another first round the. Exactly. Yeah no definite. Definitely, that was actually the next name. I was GONNA say gene you're on it. I was I didn't think about him as well. So I think in the of though like the combination of that, that would be just magical and then another are Embi note. I would say usher I would love to see him against someone on he I mean he he's still he's still make enhance now like like that. He could battle now he'll be in. Residency in Vegas Right. Again, I don't know who can battle that me and I'm just saying, but can we get him? Can we get him on the? On. John Nra, it would be a different type of verses like just a solo persons or something. For me. When I was talking to my friend, we had smokey versus TV. That would be epic. And both of them are still alive and still doing their thing so badly..
"john nra" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Took habit. who was born December eight, one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, two, and may pen parish of Clarendon Jamaica he was the youngest of his siblings and you know you can hear the soulful influence on toots. He was a multi instrumentalist any he formed to to the metals nine, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty one, and he could play every instrument used in his ban. He later cited that his soulful music influence influences were Otis Redding Ray Charles Wilson pick it and James Brown. And they say he is the one that coined the phrase reggae. Okay he had the song in nineteen, sixty eight called dude the reggae and it is widely credited as the genesis of the John Nra name called reggae reggae music. You know and we celebrate to Tibur who died on September eleventh twenty twenty and he started during the Scott era. which led into the rock steady era and ultimately in the REGGAE era and this song funky. Kingston came out nineteen, seventy two and we celebrate this reggae pioneer who performed for six decades and help to establish some of the fundamentals of reggae music and this is a bowl of soul. You need to know why you need to listen to a bowl of soul. Music from the fifty fifty homes a little bit of the sixty, sixty sixty thrown in with similar seventy, seven, seventy mix well with the with the bring to boil with. Just a of the future future. That's our recipe for a bowl of soul soul soul. We. Taste. Good. Out. You'll get. A. Theft. Here on a bowl of soul Belmont gene to row from.
"john nra" Discussed on Budget Arcade: Free to play gaming
"You knew that they were the real deal where mortal Kombat came out go talk about that here for sure. And they give him the censorship board and and Not to be political, but me wanting to punch Joseph Lieberman in the face like and some of these there's one guy even worse like I really don't have anything against Joseph Lieberman but I do have problems with really old people who've never played a video game deciding whether or not we can play them or not right and so that whole Boorda fogies and parents There's one guy who had the most epic poem Overall Time Talking About how disgusting these games arm like. Eating, play the game you know. Your your comb overs discussing Yeah. So transition to. Sega fully leaned into. Hey. You know we're GONNA market our. System. Seems to a more adults video game atmosphere, and so that lead into the discussion of mortal combat you know mortal Kombat, street fighter streetfighter came before mortal combat more combat leaned into hey, we're going to have real blood. We're GONNA have We're going to have our characters perform these fatalities in game digitized right as opposed to cartoony. There's there's a parallel here. Are you a wrestling guy? If you ever watch professional wrestling at any point? Yeah. I I'm not a big wrestling fan but I've I've. Denied don't hear anything else so. There's a parallel here. that. Mortal combat takes I never mind dumped the wrestling thing because nobody cares but me. The whole idea is that like we're going to do differently than. Sued the streetfight Lake. Street. So so many times people try. To make. The next big thing by doing it the same way right by saying, oh, they're street fighters. Let's just do the same thing and mortal. Kombat has no we're GONNA do it as different as we can. We're GONNA have digitize characters violence. You know you know and and so no one's going to mistake our game for a street fighter clone and the point I was going to make an rustling the nineties there was w. w f at the time, and they had just kid for content and w w what we're GONNA do. Everything the opposite way all your characters have fake names are is a real names not into the but creatively, i. think that's what Is Best you know like if you WANNA make a game in a row, think what you can do differently and I think. Now, we have more combat, which is a great series, and actually in this day and age may be considered more successful than street fighter Because of where it is now, just talking about this generation streetfighter acts and eleven are all great games not street fighter. Sorry. Mortal Kombat exit eleven. All Great Gamer but streetfighter five or whichever the last one was has been panned yet much because it. Half a game. So it's Kinda like full circle almost yeah I think I think you know I think it was five of this documentary that really. You know painted fighting games as the future of south. Of. There was a a niche for fighting games. Then there still is now, but like street fighter has has. In my opinion but did for. A lot of. A lot of recent video gaming and moral combat has kinda carried the the the fighting John Nra through this current. Gaming. Well I would say, yes, also upset I honestly think the most popular fighting game in the world right now smash brothers Oh true especially if you look at a.
"john nra" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?
"Kite. Demo. The with a hockey. Hell Yeah. The. Far. So. That's definitely injured my anime. Feels like if I. IF I had had the shit beaten out of me in high school, I could have I could have recovered if. The headphones or something just like walk. revealed as you'll ever, home, I'll come back. Naughty. So. So. Yeah, and then also the the ending credits. Like woman. Singing vocal music is like fucking. Perfect Oh, yeah! This look, this game is not for me. I don't like Mecca anime much even though even. Gelinas is my favorite anime of all time. It's not really a mecca. But I really respect that it exists. It's like initial D. There but I'm like. Man I loved. This is here and like if I walk by somebody. Watching it I'd give him a huge sums up. So I'M GONNA I'M GONNA. Give this game I'm going to give it a seven, but. If you like. Mixed stuff this is ten. Like what else do you want right? Yeah, yeah, I totally agree what absolutely delivers on its premise all right now. What do you think well? Yeah, I have not spent a lot of time in the in the Mecca Genre. And now. I. I mean six right yeah. I might take away from playing. This game was what I've been wasting my life with otherwise. Becks rule there so fun and I didn't know that I would walk away from this experience as a convert. It was like it I, just like I felt like I learned a little something about myself that I that I liked. This and now willing to sort of go a little deeper and see what else. Mac Related. I could get into I. Loved the game I texted Zig that. My main criticism of it is that it's not portable like I wish I could just take this game with me. Let's see like a just a fun like it should be on like switch or something, but I think there is a switch version. Actually. There's a well I fucked up. Boy. I I loved playing it and I got about halfway through and I can't wait to finish it bizarre. Give it. I'm going to give it an eight because I had a lot of fun. Definitely a rare thing in this podcast when it's a game that we want to return to after we've done via. That's to its credit are alright. Brody something positive and you're rating. My positive thing is that it has a pretty cool march to. The John Nra that like is inspired buying, even though that is kind of it doesn't last very long on. I am really this is the best kick started game. I've played ever probably. And I'm excited to see if there would be a sequel, them like incorporating more of the Max into like the story and stuff like that, but overall bang for your buck I mean this an wow. Yeah! Nice, right? Zig take us a positive. I like Birdie, said the actual training level is so fun, and so like it's just a love letter to all the the the John resigned influences game very fine I ll it's it's incredibly like Japanese and the best ways incredibly like Kaija in the best way I wanNA. Give this game now. That I know that is portable. If your enemy, I think it's a nine a nine for quarterly like this is a game that you like should be playing like on the go. Yeah I'm interested dig into the simulation mode which I haven't which have an assumed. There's not much of a multi-player base online, but you know. Maybe they're maybe there is. It seems like there is a there are some. For this. I well, those were our thoughts, but heather maybe were wrong. Maybe we're wrong, hold. K..
Flighthouse CEO Jacob Pace on building a media company on TikTok
"Welcome to the digital podcast. I'm Brian Marcy this weekend. Georgia Jacob Jacob is the CEO of Flight House. which if you don't aflaid houses digital digital media company most tectonic but beyond tectonic does stout a number of us what like a billion a month billing vis a month? Yeah twenty one million subscribers bribers on Tick Tock Jacob. Himself is Gen Z.. CEO You described as a baby face of a baby face. Mogul that works. Twenty five eight and also The New Yorker said that Jacob has the radic energy of champion sled dog on on a break. How accurate do you think that is both say? We'll see weirdly Jacob. The same thing has been said about me. Oh why energy. So let's let's talk about. Let's talk about Flight House first and then then how you got involved but like for those who are unfamiliar. Who might not be inflate houses You you know. Target demographic explain it. Yeah for sure. So essentially flight house is Basically the largest entertainment brand on six right now so we're really the only ones producing original content So for anyone. That's not familiar with like tick tock. Of course it's a short form mobile APP a little similar to just kind of like a newer sort of breed of it right. Yeah And even like you know Taylor Lorenzo's point who was like on this podcast like she's like it's just way more robust than vine and just a lot more editing features. A different kind of sense of humor. Humor so essentially a very simple way of like describing us to someone that might not be familiar as like. We're the you know. Think about this as like a buzzfeed complex of tick tock so we're producing original content while everyone else is kind of you know creators in their own right. But we're making individual sort of tick Tock Stars and whatnot like what you're doing and is your building a brand brand. Yeah exactly so explain. I mean you have series. We have a serious so one of our biggest ones. Actually which I think to date has probably done over. I would say in the range of like one to two hundred million views. Overall is this one called Finish the tick tock later. That's cool. Yeah those those always do really well. I think the first when we upload it did like thirty million views on the first episode and it just went super crazy on the platform also explain. I mean it's always weird. You have to explain tectonics not yeah do explain for those who've who have not seen it at how or how it works super simple So obviously finished. The lyric is kind of a popular segment. It's kind of around the Internet right like like on Youtube and instagram. We've seen it where a popular song is played. And then the two guests that are playing it Essentially it stops at a certain point. Where like let's say it's the hook and then whoever presses the Buzzer I had dreams where I can't move Thing and guesses the lyric correctly wins inking of of you. So we've basically taken that segment and introduced it specifically for Tick Tock so we get big talk traders as well as You know big take talk songs kind of in the mix and so you have all these kind of very relevant names to the platform like guessing the lyric and it's like very interactive with the audience. Okay so explain tick tock songs. Yeah not ever hold this like familiar with that word subculture of its own. I mean you know I think old town roads. That's probably the biggest example of that. And then you have songs like la La la You know by whites. UK and BB. No money Released all these different records that are blowing up added Tick Tock I think as of recent we've seen that Arizona's Urfa Song Roxanne for Drug San Right now. I'll come on on this. Let's stick nick with with Old Town road. All right we'll see the big one hip to Tanaz. Yeah exactly but now explain I mean there. There are a lot of songs that blow up up until now so I mean this this is John Nra The the complete the lyrics like they exist outside of ticked on. Yeah I mean it's you know it's you adapted it to tick Tock back So basically a lot of these songs Blow up on Tick Tock right so a lot of these creators and users and when I say creators as I mean anyone from the big you know multi-million users to even just people that have a few thousand Get behind these different trends and essentially you know make talks if everyone kind of gets on the same page. That's an old town road happens differen- But a lot of these records the music industry right now is like really really really really prioritizing talk because obviously the the known ways of blowing up records are like spotify apple music youtube and so talking aways like a new soundcloud to the music industry. Okay you know on soundcloud. You had a lot of these artists like you know the whole soundcloud rap wave like pomp. And whoever and even billy ILITCH got big on on southbound right So now it's breeding a lot of these artists like soundcloud where you have You know little Nasdaq's and whites UK and Arizona and so that's kind of where part of our business model fits in is sort of working with the music industry to figure out the best way to kind of engage tick tock So they kind of promote their records so tick tock itself Self Sununu type of platform. So what makes media that works on Tick Tock I mean. We've I think a lot of us have seen who aren't on talk you know. Have I've seen the compilations and stuff like this. And there's a lot of creativity there but how do you translate that into into media. You know. Series repeatability yeah. I mean I think we're sort of scratching the surface on that right now Obviously I think in media there's a way to kind of entertain your audience where you sort give them the low hanging fruit and then over time you try to reel them into something That's a little bit sort of Bigger than that initial concept right so our way of kind of Are Low hanging fruit was finished a toddler. We kind of knew that if we gave them a product that was easily digestible. They'd be able to Kinda take face value but then I think as we kind of go forward it's like how do we make it less. SORTA talk specific and more flight. How specific and how does our brand really show and You know I think I was thinking about this the other day. I definitely think that you know one of the things that really make successful. Content of ours is interactivity so when we can kind of create a series where our audiences can kind of play along and they kind of do that with finish the tick tock lyric right like when they're watching it. They kind of feel like they're playing along as well and they can kind of guess. The lyric Kinda jump in there and I think that there's probably a huge factor for the success in our content. What are some other series? The F- We have finished the tick tock lyric. We have another one called Shit Talk Right now where we basically get artists that actually when we pull it up right now you see podcast Jacob. Yeah we have a lot of really a lot of cool new ones that were kind of rolling out right now but let me ask you this. Is there anything that you tried on tic TAC. That didn't work and why. Oh I didn't work Yeah we've had a lot of series that we've kind of rolled out that haven't done as well as finished at six and we try to make educated guesses as to why they don't work can again. I think interactivities kind of one of those ones that we always fall back on is like if we can make it as interactive as we can. It's always gonNA perform better Oh Yeah we have another one called like Suggestion box basically like fans will kind of jump in and Okay so interactive seems to be under activity read for sure for sure on talk for sure and then like even you know one that that didn't do as well as we wanted. It's Hugh But that was a really cool series was We had this one called it. was basically artist trippy. Read sure yes. So he was on. He was on Flight House recently. And it was this series called love advice with trippy red and and we actually got him a relationship therapist Inside our facility and trippy basically went through like fan comments of like Them them wanting relationship advice in Lubbock is and him in the relationship that are pissed with kind of like answer the questions and give advice and it okay On talk it has like I think three hundred four hundred thousand views on youtube right now which is like decent in our is But I think it wasn't as interactive. It was more of it was more of a one way thing versus like a two way interactive thing you know and I think that's just kind of what we're trying to build right now. So how do you see the type of media that works on Tick Tock. Different from the type of media works on say snapchat. Yeah it's pretty similar. I mean I think tick tock we definitely try to target it's at its Gen Z.. Culture Like just hyper focused on that. Like who are the artists that they find very relevant to the tick Tock Stars that they find really relevant snapshots pretty similar because is it is sort of mobile. I and the way that you sort of consume content is like vertical. It's mobile and like that's how we produce all of ours has Tom. I have a younger audience. Are you aiming for a different type of audience than than you would. I mean it depends on how you define that right like after like thirteen. Eighteen to seventeen right now a big portion of our audiences around thirteen to twenty okay and mostly female thing about snapchat though and I will say this is something that we don't do on talk is the graphics snapshots very graphic. It'll like a lot of stuff moving like in Ou- spinning For us as we try to just keep it focused on the person for now but we're experimenting with a lot of stuff even next year. Okay so who makes this stuff. We have team. Yeah so we have editor Tina. The seventeen year olds or their house. Yeah I know we're all kind of in our twenty something. Okay Yeah so you know we've been around the block. He's a Dovan stuff go. Yeah Yeah so how did you become involved with. You didn't start flight. Oh No so when I was around eighteen. You're you're like brought in as as the the old guy. Yeah exactly yes. So when I was eighteen I was working at our parent company. Create Music Group where I'd been there for a couple years because The one of the cofounders flew out when I was like sixteen and I just did a lot of business development and anr for them. And at the time I was trying to figure out like new creative ways to kind of promote our artists and so I saw musically. 'cause I was just very familiar with the space and I saw this page called Flight House and I just kept seeing everywhere so when it was at like a million followers Reached Out Start it's Kinda work with the kids that started it who were probably like a year two younger than I was at the time it was two brothers and we sort of brought them in and we acquired The brand from them and then just they were just like creating content on their own so it wasn't even original content. At the time it was it was like remixes so basically on musically there was sort of a library of music that users can tap into right so they'd offer all the top forty songs and in you know any song that was pretty much put out by a major label and where Flight House got big was they would upload sort of sped up at its and slowed down and remix versions of songs And the users on musically sort of found that to be like a valuable enough thing to follow a paid for and so some of these remixes would get like you know ten thousand one hundred thousand sometimes up to a million repos on musically at the time and that sort of how it started and then as it turned into tick tock we were like all right. Let's figure you're out a way that this can be more than just a remix sort of brand.