23 Burst results for "realis"

Report: J.J. Watt ‘seriously considering’ signing with the Browns

Mason & Ireland

01:23 min | 4 months ago

Report: J.J. Watt ‘seriously considering’ signing with the Browns

"The browns on the first teams to show interest in signing defensive end. Jj watt after. He was released by the texans on friday and it appears that the interest is mutual. Cleveland dot com reports that. What is seriously considering making his way to cleveland. To play for the browns due to the cap space they have available and a roster he thinks can potentially compete for the super bowl. Now we all know it's been a while since any big name free agent shows to sign with the browns. Do you think that. Jj watt is actually a realistic option for them. So i've left or swipe right. I think it's very realis- either. You put them next two miles. Gary that i mean yeah. That's really smart right here. Yeah that'd be a great acquisition. I immediately went to the rams as a possibility the idea of teaming two guys who are three time defensive players of the year would be an unbelievable option. Here's the issue. They probably do have room to work it out but it might be a question of. Jj watt or john johnson and leonard floyd in that scenario and that world do you go. Jj watt or do you go the other guys. I would go the other two guys but it's close really close. So does cleveland one. Sign what i said. Who don't want to sign what they're what i

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"realis" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

05:17 min | 8 months ago

"realis" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Yeah That's interesting from the big three of CBS reality-tv. Not a lot of amazing racers on Cameo. Well amazing. Grace is kind of the lowest profile one I feel like you could go on the amazing race and then show up at like reality rally or something and have people have no who you are. As opposed to I, think the survivor big brother people there's always going to be someone who's GonNa spot you. Can Go back to your normal life after amazing race a little more easily. Yeah. I think it also doesn't help that anytime. You film an amazing race season. There's a chance to air like three years after film. It's like your peak of popularity might not even come until a decade after you actually run the race. Yeah. I although I feel like the the pairs on the amazing race cameo could be that is a unique commodity on cameo. Yeah well, there's also the fact that sometimes when you go on the amazing race with somebody, then you no longer have that relationship somewhere down the line like you. If you're married, you might get divorced if or dating, you might break up if your friends one of you might kind of want the spotlight and the other one does not I've seen this happen with a lot of really iconic teams. That don't even speak to each other anymore. I can I can I ask actually on top of that because you reminded me of that when I was watching Rachel and Dave and that like initial Monta Oh. Start the season. If you remember that when Phil Highlighting, you know through the one million miles what happened I was I was a bit surprised to see a Rachel Dave appearance he especially considering. They didn't stay married for much longer after that aired. And I don't know if amazing race was a catalyst or if it would have happened anyway. But. It's it's different. It's a different thing from if you're on as yourself and I think if you're going to do something after the show you have to both agree on it and sometimes you do and you get you get things like tyler and are still doing their podcast. But then you also get some time somebody wants to move on and the other person doesn't and it's like, how do you? How do you market yourself if part of yourself as having this other person there. I will also say that thirty two seasons of the amazing race. It's still a shocking to me that even the CBS Love Island has a way more people on cameo than the amazing race. Yeah. Well, it's also the thing of Love Island is yeah. Yeah. I don't think anyone's what the exception of that apprehension youtuber season I don't know how many people are going onto. The amazing race I'm going to boost my influence or profile where it's like a theme my that you'd have a season of social media influencers. Yes. I was GONNA say besides that. But that was also their job coming in they weren't being it specifically to be like I'm coming onto the amazing race the express purpose of selling flat tummy t after my time in. Mozambique. And to be fair, you have a few people that do that like their instagram has some brand promotion and they mentioned like Oh by the way I'm selling these these shake things that are going to make you skinnier. But you don't do a lot of that whereas I think it is your entire purpose. If you go on love island or if you go on, for instance, the Bachelor, the Bachelorette you are banking on being able to do that after you're done being on the show and I think on amazing race, you want to go on race around the world and that's your primary reason for being there. All right speaking of Nostalgia. Could we talk for a second about because I know Matla gory mentioned this d like, what was it like century moment of of you know it seems like we're going to get this throughout the season right? We're going to have these commercial breaks. We talked about like an infamous moment in amazing race history. Yes and of course where. Else do we start Clare getting hit in the face with the watermelon the moment that made amazing race go viral even before the season started I don't know I agree that it's an infamous moment I don't know how I feel about using it to like advertising company they did it. But before that season started, that was what they were selling. They were like, Hey. You gotta tune into this because someone's GonNa get decked by a watermelon and this is going to be the most amazing thing you've ever seen on the show. It's going viral everybody tune in. So they sold the show itself on the premise that you're gonna get to watch someone take a watermelon to the base. So it's very on Brad for amazing race. Yeah Mike I mean. This is the most iconic moment in the history of the show. I suppose so but I don't know it'd be weird if like I don't know. I. Guess the equivalent is just it's weird to to match up the most infamous moment from the show is like something that involved physical pain it's like if the snakes and rats speech happened and then sue cutter foot off like really weird conflate those two things of like, wow, what a great moment I'm very Intrigued to see where we go from here in terms of other infamous I would imagine actually just do you think you and I could try to Shusha Realis- stop some moments that we think are going to make the the the the Africa what the name of the company is sort of interstitial for the season Oh. Yeah. I think this is a very good game. You WanNa have a draft. Yeah we can do a draft. By the way that CBS has been very highly invested in the watermelon smashing industry for a couple years.

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Stamped On The Phone

Topgold Audio Clips

04:58 min | 1 year ago

Stamped On The Phone

"Hi, it's pretty globeop. Give that few minutes that I can explain to you that an inside story. About stamped. I'll make it a topcoat audio clips. They can hear it over there episode five to seven and on talk about it during audio Mo- here on Lima and on other goods social networks. Because in two thousand seventeen I started. Getting advisories through good reads in through some other deep dies. and. The end of ACP names stamps. Give it a top prize for outstanding literature and. I've had it on my. GotTa read Realis- Since then. The books by Lebron Mix kindy. I have discovered. There's a back channel conversation about stamps. It's something. That Ray Gerard would have resonated with and then during a phone call. I had with Paul Manny the book itself. Start agreeing to me on the phone in the middle of call that had with Paul. So. I thought it might be worthwhile to take the exact segments that was playing through a foam. And let your let you hear it because it's a revealed to me. Very revealing to know. How many cultural values I have or stamp with racism, people form immature images of places of people of Cultures and of meanings that are embedded to religion or to history or to sociology or to family values. Stamped by racism. So here's a little bit of an excerpt. It's exactly the segment that was playing when a audible. BOOT booted Paul off my phone. Have, a quick listen. Men that have low and flat nostrils are asked La Bitterness as apes cleric Edward topsail explain in sixteen o seven in history of four footed beasts King James made the Comment Association of Apes in devils in his fifteen ninety seven book deem -Nology, and one of his last plays the tempest, sixteen eleven shakespeare played on these associations of the devil, an African in crafting Caliban, the hyper sexual bastard, child of Demon, an African witch from a vile race in sixteen, Fourteen, England's first famous working class poet John Taylor said that Black Nations adored the black devil. In a sixteen fifteen address for the planters in Ireland and Virginia the Reverend Thomas Cooper said that White Sham. One of Noah's three sons shelby Lord over the cursed race of Cham- meaning Noah's son, Ham and Africa. Future Virginia politician George Santa's also conjured curse theory to degrade blackness. In a sixteen twenty paraphrase of Genesis, future politician Thomas in road of. The southern man as a black, deformed Elf, and the northern white like unto God himself. Five years later clergyman Samuel Purchase released the Gargantuan Four Valium Heck latest posthumous of travel manuscript left to him by his mentor. Richard Hackett Purchase blasted filthy sodomite sleepers, ignorant beast disciples of Cham- to whom the black darkness is reserved forever. These were the ideas about African people circulating throughout England and the English colonies as African people were being hauled into Tanzania on slave ships. In Sixteen Nineteen Richard, mather begin ministering not far from the future center of the British slave. Trade the port of Liverpool. And those days, the British slave trade was miniscule at Africans, hardly existed in Britannia, but that would soon change. The vessels of slave traders were cruising deeper and deeper into the heart of west Africa especially after the Moroccans armed by English, guns crust, the Songhai Empire in fifteen ninety one. The vessels of English Commerce were cruising deeper and deeper into Virginia to as English merchants competed with Spanish Portuguese and rising Dutch and French empires. To get the rest of the story, Shrek she by the book or listen to it on audible. I know the history of America the history of the Great. Western expansion of European culture to the states. Had elements of the slave trade as part of the foundational elements. Of our natural growth. It's called STEMP's but Hebrew mix candy. Having all my kids read it. Before. We go back to school in the autumn of twenty. Twenty

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Reading A Book Is A Spiritual Habit

The Rogue Muslim

03:46 min | 1 year ago

Reading A Book Is A Spiritual Habit

"And welcome back to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast this week I am just giving you a pre check in for the next Virgil Habit, which is to read a book about spirituality, Respiratory Book. And I a really hard time figuring out what I wanted to read because the so many books also site night. Good reads Mike God. Is just robbing me. It's robbing me I just put so many books onto my to Realis- than wanting to read less than than. But. He just goes down the green. I mean it's not really good investment, but still I have so many, both I haven't read in my own library, so I should get to that, so I've been really trying to make consented at to not buy any books into just read. What's what I've already built? which is what do this of spiritual book, but I was thinking. What do I want to focus on the so much but Do something like. Personality of the Beta. Profit focus about You know one of the roots of religion or one of the branches of religion Mike what do I want to focus on in in reading this? And I was doing some thinking and I thought well. I've done like the gorilla and Doing spending more time in nature, which both tied in reading nicely, and so what I continue this and then realized I had a book that I bought an start reading investi reading. I mean I was only. Fourteen pages in and then I got distracted by, but because that's always what happens. And I thought why I should read that, and what's also great about this book? It's called Green Dean what Islam teaches about protecting the planet. was also great. It is that it is by a black Muslim scholar. Our black must offer called Abraham of the meeting and it just in light of the black lives matter movement, a continuing to try and practicing to be an ally. On. Which of saying foods, black, Muslim ala or Ala ship to black Muslims. This is great that I can support From Black Muslim scholarship, whilst also continuing on less learning about Green Bean, and learning about our planet and kind of different ways that we can Relate the product in love from an unknown about through the planet, so yeah I don't really know what else to say so I guess I can give you a quick. which is just reading the back, and then I'll just let Villian insight into The chapters at this will cover just so that you know kind of if you're interested in buying it. I mean I'm only fourteen pages in, but I love this book or ready. It's been super. Insightful so highly highly recommend you. Get it, but just the exit. Says Muslims compelled by the religion to pit to prey, secretes up prey in charity, but what is not widely known is that there are a longstanding connections between Islam teachings at environmentalism in this groundbreaking book in. Not Draws on research scripture into these with Muslim Americans to trace his lumps for found dedication to humankind's collective role as stewards of the earth.

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Reading a book is a spiritual habitEp. 65- Habit #11- Reading A Book - #26SpiritualHabits

The Rogue Muslim

04:49 min | 1 year ago

Reading a book is a spiritual habitEp. 65- Habit #11- Reading A Book - #26SpiritualHabits

"And welcome back to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast this week I am just giving you a pre check in for the next Virgil Habit, which is to read a book about spirituality, Respiratory Book. And I a really hard time figuring out what I wanted to read because the so many books also site night. Good reads Mike God. Is just robbing me. It's robbing me I just put so many books onto my to Realis- than wanting to read less than than. But. He just goes down the green. I mean it's not really good investment, but still I have so many, both I haven't read in my own library, so I should get to that, so I've been really trying to make consented at to not buy any books into just read. What's what I've already built? which is what do this of spiritual book, but I was thinking. What do I want to focus on the so much but Do something like. Personality of the Beta. Profit focus about You know one of the roots of religion or one of the branches of religion Mike what do I want to focus on in in reading this? And I was doing some thinking and I thought well. I've done like the gorilla and Doing spending more time in nature, which both tied in reading nicely, and so what I continue this and then realized I had a book that I bought an start reading investi reading. I mean I was only. Fourteen pages in and then I got distracted by, but because that's always what happens. And I thought why I should read that, and what's also great about this book? It's called Green Dean what Islam teaches about protecting the planet. was also great. It is that it is by a black Muslim scholar. Our black must offer called Abraham of the meeting and it just in light of the black lives matter movement, a continuing to try and practicing to be an ally. On. Which of saying foods, black, Muslim ala or Ala ship to black Muslims. This is great that I can support From Black Muslim scholarship, whilst also continuing on less learning about Green Bean, and learning about our planet and kind of different ways that we can Relate the product in love from an unknown about through the planet, so yeah I don't really know what else to say so I guess I can give you a quick. which is just reading the back, and then I'll just let Villian insight into The chapters at this will cover just so that you know kind of if you're interested in buying it. I mean I'm only fourteen pages in, but I love this book or ready. It's been super. Insightful so highly highly recommend you. Get it, but just the exit. Says Muslims compelled by the religion to pit to prey, secretes up prey in charity, but what is not widely known is that there are a longstanding connections between Islam teachings at environmentalism in this groundbreaking book in. Not Draws on research scripture into these with Muslim Americans to trace his lumps for found dedication to humankind's collective role as stewards of the earth. Adult Mateen points out that the profit have declared that the earth is a mosque. Dean means pop way. Arabic dozens of examples of how Muslims can follow already off following a winding in four areas, waste watts, said energy, water, and food. At last people of all leaves can appreciate the guessing contributions that Islam Muslims bring to the environmental movement, so I'm so so stoked to read this. and. Yeah this is what I wanted hover, and because also spiritual to us, not like. Fraternity in anything. That's also in a beauty about this book of again what it said in the preface of how? Islam can be contributing to the environmental movement, so just being able to narrate relate anything to spirituality on whether that means it's taking away from cigarettes brashly. Spirituality or nurturing in this case obviously is naturally

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SpiritualHabits

The Rogue Muslim

04:30 min | 1 year ago

SpiritualHabits

"And welcome back to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast this week I am just giving you a pre check in for the next Virgil Habit, which is to read a book about spirituality, Respiratory Book. And I a really hard time figuring out what I wanted to read because the so many books also site night. Good reads Mike God. Is just robbing me. It's robbing me I just put so many books onto my to Realis- than wanting to read less than than. But. He just goes down the green. I mean it's not really good investment, but still I have so many, both I haven't read in my own library, so I should get to that, so I've been really trying to make consented at to not buy any books into just read. What's what I've already built? which is what do this of spiritual book, but I was thinking. What do I want to focus on the so much but Do something like. Personality of the Beta. Profit focus about You know one of the roots of religion or one of the branches of religion Mike what do I want to focus on in in reading this? And I was doing some thinking and I thought well. I've done like the gorilla and Doing spending more time in nature, which both tied in reading nicely, and so what I continue this and then realized I had a book that I bought an start reading investi reading. I mean I was only. Fourteen pages in and then I got distracted by, but because that's always what happens. And I thought why I should read that, and what's also great about this book? It's called Green Dean what Islam teaches about protecting the planet. was also great. It is that it is by a black Muslim scholar. Our black must offer called Abraham of the meeting and it just in light of the black lives matter movement, a continuing to try and practicing to be an ally. On. Which of saying foods, black, Muslim ala or Ala ship to black Muslims. This is great that I can support From Black Muslim scholarship, whilst also continuing on less learning about Green Bean, and learning about our planet and kind of different ways that we can Relate the product in love from an unknown about through the planet, so yeah I don't really know what else to say so I guess I can give you a quick. which is just reading the back, and then I'll just let Villian insight into The chapters at this will cover just so that you know kind of if you're interested in buying it. I mean I'm only fourteen pages in, but I love this book or ready. It's been super. Insightful so highly highly recommend you. Get it, but just the exit. Says Muslims compelled by the religion to pit to prey, secretes up prey in charity, but what is not widely known is that there are a longstanding connections between Islam teachings at environmentalism in this groundbreaking book in. Not Draws on research scripture into these with Muslim Americans to trace his lumps for found dedication to humankind's collective role as stewards of the earth. Adult Mateen points out that the profit have declared that the earth is a mosque. Dean means pop way. Arabic dozens of examples of how Muslims can follow already off following a winding in four areas, waste watts, said energy, water, and food. At last people of all leaves can appreciate the guessing contributions that Islam Muslims bring to the environmental movement, so I'm so so stoked to read this. and. Yeah this is what I wanted hover, and because also spiritual to us, not like. Fraternity in anything. That's also in a beauty about this book

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Group Nine's Geoff Schiller: Legacy media organizations have caught up

Digiday Podcast

08:02 min | 1 year ago

Group Nine's Geoff Schiller: Legacy media organizations have caught up

"Welcome to the digital podcasts. and Brian Marcy. Today I'm joined by Jeff Schiller Jeff is newly minted. Ciro Groom from nine. Jeff came over from the pump sugar acquisition which just close to a couple of weeks ago a couple of weeks ago. Okay so look. You're part of pop sugar for a while as as an independent entity As a partner like what. What is the potential you see? You know joining forces with group nine and in its portfolio of brands. So it's really interesting. The marriage is such a perfect marriage at a molecular level because the brands pop sugar Seeker Dodo now. This realis- they all have a common theme very optimistic very positive. And that's a through line and so I think just generally speaking that helps for a monetization perspective when we go out to market and we say look our companies bound by optimism. You can kind of think through how one plus one can eagle three so I think on a foundational level. The editorial alignment of saying thrillers. Just wants to help you kind of experience. The unexpected whether it's from food drink or travel or pop sugar wants to help you as a female kind of just explore all the areas that Define you versus versus just being relegated to one bus lifestyle. But then he got now this but now there's a little bit of the outlier right to some extent. I mean the way that I think about. Now this is yes it is news and and News is kind of core to what it started as a couple of years ago but I think as a brand it really reflects the currency in terms of what young people care about which is issues. And so it's it's the Lens in which they consume. It is news but it's really more so for young people issues climate climate change equality etc.. Those are really what define now this and you could argue. Certainly they're potentially depressing stories. That are out there but the lens that there are lots of depressed race out. I try to be an optimist but the Lens. Now this Kind of kind of takes through who These these complex issues to really be positive and hopeful and so it is the most utility driven versus being lifestyle driven but I also again that positive through line kind of makes it easy for us as we think about the future and monetization. So we're we're recording this before the holiday break and then You'll you will be heading off immediately to to see us which I will not be on the genus. Sorry good luck with that but you'll be meeting with lots of different marketers and and stuff like this and this maybe it'll be the first time since the merger went went through Wha what's your like sort of top line message for why they should care. Wise is a good thing for are your partners so I can answer that. Through two lenses one is more from the kind of larger macro conversation that's going on and the other would-be more from a client facing perspective macro wise merger mania. Whatever we called it a lot of these companies got together out of necessity Out of survival and pop sugar and group nine got together because it made sense because it was thought you were going to say that they got together for survival survival. No no no we we. It was not under duress. You had our chief officer Brian. I did And the profitable notable pop sugar kind of playbook and you had group nine the dominant stake in in reaching young people dominant stake in social video. Everything everything came together from a complimentary perspective including Brian and Ben who have known each other for a long time but really through even down to what they're passionate about you know I. It's all super complimentary so I think that on the macro level weren't out liar because we're like I said we'll be a case study for success success in terms of merger mania also because it wasn't done GonNa State of duress okay. Are you talking about refinery. I'm not tired. Whatever are you talking about? I'm not talking about anyone in particular on the client facing side in terms of value. So you have this really big list of of consolidated media companies. The VOX is the old school ones. The Conde's the hearst the meredith the vices the bustle digital groups for us us when we talk about young people. It's number one. We reached them at scale and number two. They spend more time with us than anyone else in the entire competitive set and so that is third party. Syndicated that's not our made up proprietary. Whatever that's com score in terms of actual time spent and attention for us is that at core currency from you know what we think the future cohorts in Gen y Gen Z.? Trade on it's you know. I want to be captivated by something and captivate them more than anyone else in the competitive set so I wanNA push on the scale thing for a little bit. Why is scale still pretty important because a a lot of people have come on this podcast and sort of been like skills dude skills dead and like not really I mean scale drives a lot of this and for what you're talking about You know adding together all these different brands. you're gonNA have a single salesforce right absolutely tech stack single all these sort of things. There's a bunch of efficiencies. I'm sure that come out. Like you know everyone when they announced sees mergers. Try Not to talk about this but like there. It is more efficient. But there's a a lot of advantages to having a bunch of brands under one roof. So I think that nothing's ever truly really new and so you look at the magazine. Zine companies their portfolio of brands. They have the same shared services model. One printing press one back office. There's a reason I mean conde still trying to get there. You're for sure but other other brands. The hearst Meredith Lega those have been in existence for a really long time for a reason because in order to scale you need to have that back office support that isn't replicated across every single brand so there's the economic scale which is shared services and then there's the audience scale. which is you have to be big enough to matter absolutely critical in a world where you have facebook? It's the same narrative facebook and Google and Amazon and target and Walmart Media Group. All of those guys out there. That are huge scale is is is is I guess the way that I frame it upscale is is no longer a lead statement. It's more of a check box right so if you don't check that box then you're going to be in trouble and it's like anything. I mean we keep talking about this and these these different podcasts. Hell the the middle gets gets crunched. And it's easy to fall into to the metal but I mean I guess together. You'd think that you guys are are not in the Middle Lake are are one of the scale players. Oh Yeah No. It's not even a thought it's factual we are number one. Overall in terms of time spent from Com score perspective were number one in terms of social The Olsen Dr Com score both say the same thing so I think within our larger competitive set of all the brands is that I mentioned. We are a clear leader and that competitive set you you think it's not it's not quote unquote just the the the vox is The bustles but it's the the I'm GONNA another quote unquote like the traditional like the hearse. The Conde's absolutely that narrative of them being behind is it in my mind a two year old narrative and I'm not talking about restructuring. I'm talking more so about audiences. They were behind. They looked at digital pure place. Copied their playbook playbook and I think I think they're pretty caught up so we have to consider them a credible threat to our business and to try to take whatever share they have that is legacy and bring it our way.

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"realis" Discussed on Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"realis" Discussed on Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

"And forth so i honestly didn't know what the result would be. We we didn't know if there is perhaps something necessary or useful about in person interaction and they're very well might be <hes> what we did find was that there there was some benefit and honestly the research now suggests that the benefit of these with what are called a synchronous interventions are about the the same as those that are synchronised. It's interesting. I think a lot of folks myself included when you're meeting with new people in a classroom setting that can be of anxiety exciting provoking right and so for some people i think not interacting with a lot of people can be a little more relaxing than they can move at their own pace so so yes we found that this self study self guided <hes> internet intervention on was really useful but yeah i didn't know if it would be. I'm glad it is in the main benefit of these as synchronous interventions is at they don't require a teacher to be there so if you have really strong strong insightful interventions those can be made standard care for example for people who are coming out of cancer pitching men and it can be a resource just like a support group can be a resource and it can really improve people's well-being so that was the most interesting testing important finding for me. It rugen removes the the bucket of requiring to have l._c. Not just teachers teachers indirect live engagement with participants talk with moment as well but just seeing that there can be this limitless <unk> scale before standard events that might be just a little bit that might be a way to help people just deal with what they're going through and i'd say a host cancer recovery tiny mode. What might that be like. Is it beneficial to give just that dose just a little bit. It's going could help them and that is wrong thing any more than say running. A five k is bad because it's not a marathon. This is something that castillejos yeah even if there's less benefit even if the benefit a small if there's some benefit and that can be provided to everybody or are a lot of people it's a real difference so one of the things i wanna share with those realis- name his for those who many teachers cheers were listening to this podcast and know that i do teach online as well as a person and what i found is that doing those in particular it was live video <unk> interaction with a teacher has very strong connection and ability to reach participants in the program and at one shouldn't dismiss that because it's different than face to face and the same thing applies to as synchronous kinds of programs like this that really depends on what is it. You're trying to get out of this word provide for the participants in these programs. If it's kinda move the needle can we touch people in a way that otherwise they would have nothing and there's value in doing this kind of work and if you really want to carry things even further forward <music> ads alive your action and the group participation that's great and that's another thing that can be done to so. It's good to see this kind of program. Go forward wondering david. Would you like to see happen in the future with mindfulness program spore in anything really that helps people people who are suffering in some way like do cancer recovery. I don't know honestly that personally have a strong feeling about like like oh. I'm i'm really pro mindfulness and this should be incorporated. I'm pro what helps people and i really levi trust people's individual experiences and i trust the research and research is basically just listening to people's individual experiences all together doc and seeing what helps him so the research at the moment and people's individual experiences that occurred suggest that the able to d with the facts that they've had cancer and integrate that into their lives and not running running from that then be able to live in the way that's most meaningful to them is really helpful for this particular condition given that a lot of people. I'll have fear of recurrence and whatnot so given that it seems like this is helpful. I think as i mentioned earlier i think it would be really useful useful to have treatments like this as an option for folks who are leaving care weaving hospital based care synchronised treatments the ability to offer for those people wherever they happen to be within this encounter cancer in and also oh for caregivers as well that there can also be finished its for caregivers to get some a synchronous hell with what they're going through their providing support to someone that they love were caring for these are halpern aspects of this portfolio of chair that doesn't just end with the medical that there needs to be something absolutely and i think a lot of people's challenges even after their major treatments have stopped are cyclical so some people the first few weeks are really difficult and then things get a little bit better and then it's difficult again throughout your life and so so even if the mindful learning mindfulness isn't super important right away and it might be important right away for some people knowing. It's there so so that when things get challenging a year five years tenure stopped malign they they know there. Was this thing that helped me a lot right after my treatment. Maybe i'll go back to that. The i also liked the way you use. The particular wording in this is great to hear researcher wording of seems seems to be indicates. The science is tentative researches tentative and can be changed and updated as we have more information mation but in particular with this personal experience that your individual mileage may vary what this is like for you can be a little different than it is for for the person going through the same thing. That's also something to notice. What's it like for you and one of the things that may be most helpful to you on that journey. Thank you for using things that way sure yeah. Everyone's experiences different. I mean research.

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"realis" Discussed on On The Table Gaming

On The Table Gaming

12:24 min | 2 years ago

"realis" Discussed on On The Table Gaming

"In the running for that you can you can win your your breath starter set by paying the iron price so there's a lot more events on on the on the event tracker as well. I always give you a few samples. There's a please make sure you're checking it out making use of it and the only tips or suggestions for how we can improve do that. It'd be greatly appreciated and without further ado <hes>. We're going to welcome another. Josh not not our typical judgement. Let's get another josh who made the trip out to gen con from connecticut josh in a welcome to the show. Thanks for having me all right so not just a little bit of you're gaining background before we jump in and talk about the gen con experience has been like you're someone that i know pretty pretty well from the <hes> star leading community and you kind of made the jump into a song adjacent fire. What kind of experience are you bringing to song fire. Oh man i think i started with wermer which i think a lot of people do and then got into fantasy flight games x. Weighing armata legion played a lot of tournaments women are mata and then got into song of ice and fire because another local player you thought me <hes> peruzzi brady and so you played played competitively a lot of our mod. I think right yeah so kind of getting out into the cons. Maybe not sort of new to that idea so we will just jump right in so how was how was gen con. It is different <hes> i've been to some big tournaments before for other games have been crucible in orlando which is a big floor event on the nova a couple years in northern virginia which is a figment but gen con. You know sixty seventy thousand people. Oh very crowded all the time pretty different yeah that's like that's the big leagues gosh and it's so funny because i've been checking facebook. Can there's been all this breath in news and we'll definitely go into own that on a future episode but <hes> i keep seeing a lot of kind of the big names that pop up over and over again on the song of ice and fire tournament tournaments scene and so it sounds like there was a lot of great players there so you played the first and second days of tournaments but what was that like and i i guess also what what facts in rerunning well. I ran my starts. They're the only ones that play and i brought a howland realis- and a robb stark lists and and the structure of the tournament has four qualifying rounds of sixteen players each and <hes> i signed up for all four of them and my i only ended up playing in three of them so i played two of them yesterday. So when it came down to stand in line for braff ins or or go play. You're like i'm gonna play. That's exactly right and i missed out on the braff ins was pretty bitter about it all day but then then turns out they decided sided that the whoever wins each qualifying match windsor barath ian starter set then the pressure was a lot of guys that what i did and they signed up for all of them but they were intending to drop out as soon as they qualified for the finals mumbai for the finals for getting into the top four but when they found out the prize was the breath ian kit that they were going to stay in the yeah yeah so the competition was was pretty pretty tough for people who who already had kind of one by all the standards and so guess what was it like playing in tournaments and what was your overall experience well the first day i did extremely reportedly. I ran up against two almost identical joffrey lists just how potent they were. I got a real lesson. Come on lancaster's they they running with kings guard. I'm assuming and yeah and <hes> well you find okay and the warriors yeah yeah you know i think it was just the resilience of the king's guard with their manor banners to and then the the warriors sons with generating those faith tokens reliably. I just couldn't make anything stick to them. Usually you can put a little damage on them and maybe with a little more on panicked thoughts right. They're gonna hold my <hes>. My regular coz. You're josh was here so we can talk about the warriors aside but yes. That's a sounds very resilient army now. Was it credibly. What were the scenarios that you guys are playing on. They were i. I don't know if they're picked ahead of there random. They didn't tell us what they were. <hes> until the beginning of the match and it was really i think they were all allowed except for the castle assault mission russian yep <hes> gave us a couple of minutes notice where you finding on some of the more resilient armies that it was hard to dislodge them off of objectives. Were they able to get their first or was it more just just in general kind of in the strength of arms. They were able to grind you down a little bit. You know that's something that people talk about a lotta tournament was getting onto the check i and holding it yet my first day i was getting onto the objective i every time wow this that didn't seem to help me in traveling all right well speaking of you talked about high level players getting the press and one of the guys that people are talking talking about a lotta tournament was on a call with a k. Yes he actually was my very first opponents so it was sort of a welcome to the tournament scene <unk> his my teeth than pretty thoroughly. Now i think i actually played against colin back at pax unplugged so he's been doing tournaments for quite some time. He's part of a small little song of ice and fire mafia. The travels travels the country and terrorizes people tournament extremely nice guys. I got along with all gentlema- yeah man they. They really operate on a different level than other people. I think absolutely absolutely and that's why there's a lot of experience in there too two games in the tournament so i mean at least that's actually a good bar that then you can be like okay so everything. I'm getting experience from now on. We'll be maybe some level lower than the somehow that was still kind of a high point for my first day. I think i came dead last in both fall. Oh fires for the first day. Oh my goodness okay. It was so bad that at the end of the second round the judge announced that i came last told me that my name is greek and then to give me my to give me my attendance prize he. He tried to give me to say my own name. Wow that sounds a little a little awkward. It's last discouraging. I don't know how i how yeah well in fairness to him. I was doing really badly. <hes> the first qualifier i came <hes> one one went into law in the second one. I came zero wins and three losses and so i know a few things i i know just from europe. Being sort of new to the game ish <hes> but i know that i've never we've never played out some factions within factions that were particularly hard video. You mentioned the lancasters night's watch or any miramax hazar. I had my first experience with john snow yet and that was pretty unbelievable. The unit triple charged at one point <unk> slowly around me down yeah. It's a pretty brutal one and then okay but sit on the second day so i i was a little rough right back to the second day back in i learned the lessons though and i reached my list. I couldn't swap in a new minis because i'm traveling with my arming items. Bring extras <hes> i- reconfigured my list pretty substantially after the first day. I couldn't couldn't swamp any new models in because it didn't bring a but i did change up realizing and on the second day i actually managed become <unk> wins and zero. Wow holy crap nice jab and so what was going different for you on that second day. I think i needed to adjust to <music> thing about the game the way that the ornament players objective based you know it's not even objective based. There's just a playing kelly is dial of play than the people who play competitively <hes> there in just a different mindset and so what sort of tips you give people coming out to the first tournaments or something yeah i and to clarify. I'm not expecting to do well tomorrow when the fine which is okay with me but i do feel qualified to talk about going from casualty competitive now after three qualifiers yeah. I think that i think that the biggest thing is to think about planning your turns in terms of what tactics cards you have love playing. Casually i would just do what i wanted to do. And what i thought was fast enough. I had tactics card. That would help me. I would use it but the higher level players plan out there turn based on what tactics cards they have and i realized that because a they will start with with grabbing the envelope on tactics or as off and be when they played tac discard it usually is followed by sewer three or so getting those chains in yeah they think about chains and combos and stuff that i've really never thought about before and so thinking about turn plan in that way and that really then you get your deep dive on your faction. I think that's going to be so cool but the breath is some of their tactics. Cards cards actually have the same trigger which is not uncommon but like it seems that some of the good tactics cars accident the same trigger and it may be that this faction. You're gonna have to learn. Those sort like road bumps to make sure that you can maximize that particular style of play yeah. I haven't really looked at them too much. I've been a little little busy. I haven't really looked tactics. Guard even busy solution people. One guy got a bye round. The first round the first qualifier and ran out and bought a barath <unk> brought it back and showed he is that was christopher. He showed everybody. The cards really appreciate it a regular sending me some of those images as well. What sort of lists you face on the second day. On the second day. I played only against stark's stark's the half the people on the second day were running starks which was really strange because on the first day i think i was one of if not the only person running them at all all interesting mostly the lists were lancaster's night's watch and there were only a few free folk although the free folk one today they beat me on breaker. <hes> i think only one of qualifiers i went to i think there was one personality in fact <hes> thinking out after the second match of office and did you did you get to face the mercenaries. No i didn't didn't get to play against the mysterious did see them lot in stark list though how else would start tactics so that's another thing that's got me. I started playing from those up yeah. It's kind of interesting to think. I was fascinated to hear what you're saying is the breakdown because we just put out today like another state of the game poll we hadn't done on one cents in april and at that time people saw lancaster as being the most powerful than night's watch and then kind of stark's and then like free fokin bolton's down at the very the bottom yeah it's interesting to see i'm excited to see if that perception has changed but it sounds like it was kind of a hodgepodge of all sorts of factions represented <hes> except for maybe the second day where you said it was more starks heavily yeah overall the host. I think pretty heavily nights watching lancaster's okay. I will say though something i've noticed compared to other games that i've played a tournaments. These guys love to talk about the game and about everything about the game but not wants to.

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"realis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"realis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Cross the small, it appears, the Bill, that would permanently extend the expiring VCE F. Is he called it? The victim compensation fund from nine eleven has the votes to make its way through congress because he did shame them and it made it on the TV embarrassed. So they're gonna actually do something on this issue as opposed to other issues where people say exactly, the same sort of thing, but they aren't famous or maybe as good at it. And so nothing ever happens. Are you sure we can't just delay for a week or two and then use it as leverage to get another? I don't know five hundred miles of wall or on the other side better benefits, for legal of slits. Let's use this as leverage, you cannot exaggerate the, the evil and the lack of decency in Washington DC, that's the worst form of government, except for every other. I mean well, yeah. Agree just incredible. It's incredible that it happens. But the founding fathers were more than aware, they designed entire system of government to limit the government's power. That was the key aspect of it. You can't give government to power, too much power, because it always gets perverted. Always so anyway, good for John store, and that is the only thing you can do is make government as small as you possibly can so that perhaps it will be more responsive and, or and or as local as you possibly can because it's much more responsive. Can you imagine a cause more universally embraced than taking care of the first responders on September eleventh, two thousand one and the folks pod through the rubble trying to find survivors or salvage the remains of those died, can you imagine? Well, perhaps, taking care of our veterans would be such an issue. And yet congress does what congress does even with that sacred task. Just screw around and use it for pet projects and whatever I don't know the best part of that was. And this is just it's just always been. I mean I hate to be this cynical. But it's always been probably always will be, so these are these are basically people warriors in a war. They didn't know war was happening until that day. But so they're like, like soldiers in a war in the history of wars is people get gung ho to fight wars, and really excited about it and soon sober. What are you going to do for the for the people? The father where that's just the history of the widow of orphan, the injured vet. We got other spending priorities. We've got a lot of things we need to deal with here said the congress. That's the history of wars. And it's awful that it's true. But it just is what's that there's a saying we like British poem, or something? No one. Oh, yeah. It has to do with. Yeah. When it's time to go to war of the parades and then the shouting sharing and when it's time to come home, who are you? Yeah. So that was my favorite part of it is. There's not anybody up on that stage or they're actually weren't anybody weren't very, many people up there. They didn't show up to this hearing. Right. Even though it's mandatory theoretically. But there wasn't anybody that should have been occupying that seat. That didn't tweet out some sort of BS about never forget. And that's always the case with wars, and crisis isn't as soon as it's over. You move over move onto the next thing. Right. That's a cynical view. But that's just the way I don't know if thrill it's not cynical. I mean that's, that's just. Realis- and good for John Stewart. And, you know, lucky for these nine eleven veterans that there's so many like Jon Stewart on their side, because like I said, when non celebrities who maybe aren't quite as well spoken. You know, he's a professional communicator. He's one of the best ever been if you don't have somebody like that on your side, because him doing that. Okay. They voted. Oh, people caught beaver watching. We better do something without that. Yeah. Good luck. Yeah, it's frustrating. There's no doubt about it. Well, I have some serious stuff. Jack no doubt important. Very, very serious. And I'm glad we, we dealt with we could get back to fighting, old celebrities that to me is continuing to be funny. Excellent. And the spirit of Justin Bieber wanting to fight Tom Cruise for reasons that are still obscure to me. Tom Cruise is thirty one years. His senior that seems like an odd thing want. But so yeah. Chance to fight. Larry King as far as quickly finally thrashing to see clings to life. Major major transition point in the United States of America. For the first time this year. US adults will spend more time using a mobile device looking at their mobile screen than a TV screen. It's the first time it's been true for me for many years for better or worse thrive in true for me for all, but it's been true. For me for ten years about, as long as I have an iphone and it ain't even close. 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"realis" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"realis" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"That is when the search for Hella took a very disturbing turn showing us at the quiet and today's we discuss a horrific crime often referred to as the wood Chipper case investigators along with doctor Henry Lee, the director of Connecticut's forensic science laboratory at the time work together to solve what Richard crafts had considered his perfect crime. I chose this case because it serves to broaden awareness of domestic violence and also because it is chockablock full of interesting forensics from a pre DA era. Your were talking about blood type, and that's pretty much it. Yes. The eighties system. Pissed doesn't seem that distance to me, unfortunately. But all it isn't not grant. Scheme of things. That's true. That is very true. So I have a nice Connecticut beer for us. It's called locust rain. That's our e I g n not RA. I n of course. And it's from New England brewing in Woodbridge, Connecticut. It's a New England IP a so expect it to be kind of on the fruity side, and it is. Although kinda surprisingly, it's it's not a total fruit bomb. So it's a hazy dark yellow colour. It's got a nice interests of avoid head little bit allays mostly pine and floral aroma to this and a little bit of fruit. But mostly the pine and floral gotta biscotti taste pine. And some late hops that are more floral tiny tiny bit grapefruit may be some tropical fruit. But mostly the pine and the the floral essence pretty nicely hopped the happiness kinda lingers on. So we can appreciate it. That's the way to do it. Right. Not too bitter. I sound like can't wait to try it. I just had that sour beer we bought which wasn't super sour it was kind of a summary one. So I'm anxious to try this one. Now, this when will be let different for you. We're talking about the tug fish head when the fifteen Pichet. Yeah. A little bit tart, but not a truce our, right? But this is anything, but us our, okay. Well, let's open it up and enjoy it. Okay. Come on down to the quiet end. It's nice to be back. And I'm going to have you start our story. I will so Hilla crafts was born Hella Lord Nelson in nineteen forty seven. She grew up in a small town north of Copenhagen in Denmark. Her mother, Elizabeth called Liz realis- her mother Lisbeth called. This was the secretary in a school and her father IB on gestation. Now, it had been active in the underground during the Nazi occupation in World War Two seven the underground. That means he was saving people who was saving people. That's really cool though, a harsh outlook on life. Well, I mean that kind of thing probably could make you feel that way. Magic good now. What Hello was seven her. Parents were divorced because if either had a mistress. Yeah. Sometimes that happens her. Parents did get back together and remarried when Hella was in her twenties. I gave a lot of attention to hell who is their only child her father gave her horseback riding lessons her mother, but her the most expensive clothes, especially shoes. Because her belief was a good shoes would give her daughter strong feet. Never heard that one things like that. I think my grandmother who was polish it was important to her to have the right kind of shoes for your feet. So I don't disagree with that Yemen. It's kind of a weird thing to really think about it seems to me so Hilla was a good student, and she is popular with most of teachers and fellow students. She studied in England lived as an apparent France. And attended interpreter translator school in Copenhagen. She spoke Danish English and French fluently and couple of languages less fluently in nineteen sixty seven when she was twenty or so she worked as a flight. Cendant and she flew the African run out of Brussels and Frankfurt. When Pan Am advertised in Copenhagen for flight attendants..

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"realis" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"realis" Discussed on Movie Crush

"She's going to progress, and it's really sad. But you get this great love story sort of happening along the way and ends with that great. The best monologue of all time. You gotta let me go to proc to let me go to. Yeah. Yeah. He knows. And he follows her out and says, you know, if I leaned if I kissed you owe the very end if we'd been dating like you'd be delighted probably, and he's I just want to be an old couple. So I can do that. And it's just like such a sweet we choked up when I think about just let me I just wish we could do that. It was just such a great ending and like to look back now at Noah baumbach career. It was like the seed, and I love going back and seeing the early work of like, some of my favorite writers directors and actors because you can see that seed there, you know, it was a little amateurish and little student filming. But just so endearing, but you see like the talent that was there like ready to go. I feel like it's always remained one of my favorites. Like just because it is sort of rough around the edges, and then you also like have I guess in the grand scheme of things you get to see all the films that came after an you know, like where it go. Owes. So it really does feel like the beginning of kind of an amazing journey there for sure he's twenty five twenty five trying to get the budget for this. I couldn't I couldn't find it. But couldn't have been much. You know, I wonder it wasn't that great time though in the talk exhaustively about it on the show about that sort of early to mid nineties. Indie film explosion. And just so exciting sleep with me. Yeah. Bet you like that movie. I loved that movie. Yeah. Or some other ones. Well, metropolitan alone over. All those really talk easy. What are some more everyone? So it's religious. Realis-? Well, geez. I love all those movies dudes. I saw before sunrise the night before I took my big European trip. I was like oh, man. Here we go. Julie Delpy is just going to be having Julie Delpy. Did you find on that trip? I literally did that kiss a human being on that trip? Not even a little little make out says nothing zero Julie dope. He's negative. Julie Julie Delpy facts. Once really don't be an I tried on clothes next to each other at a store, and it was very exciting for me. Really? Yeah. That would have been exciting for me too excited. Exciting. I remember very clearly it was years ago. It's the only thing I have on here that I see is baggy clothes in the in from the thing living. It's funny to look back at the nineties, and like everything was so baggy. It's all coming back. Did really yes. Those huge pants with pleats and stuff. I don't know. I think it's all about to happen. Yeah. I saw a friends episode. The other night with Chandler had these big baggy pleaded pants with a t shirt tucked in and like kind of pulled out though. Poof that was my move. So funny to see that like, wow that was awful. Because you always think in the moment that you're in. It's like, no this is like this is that people dress. This will not look stupid in twenty years. Yeah. I guess you do think that I don't know. But it's jeans and a t-shirt. This is what this is not gonna look stupid in twenty years. It's gonna look bad. Really? Yeah. You're there are no stripes in the future. Just like it's just going to be off like the fit or whatever like people you'll look back into like, what was I doing wearing it that way, but be fucking sixty eight years old and twenty years. My god. I know said it's weird. Getting older is weird. It is very weird. I'm not I don't know. I've athlete sometimes. I'm like, it's amazing. Sometimes I'm like this blows. I did that thing. I'm obsessed with checking ages of an talked on the show characters. And like what how old they were. Right. Like, I'll see something it'd be like Paul Newman was younger than me rape late Butch Cassidy, those that's like aside from like all the political trash fire on Twitter. Like, those are the ones that bummed me out, the deepest where are like this pig..

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"realis" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

The MMQB: 10 Things

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"realis" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things

"And maybe win it by two two scores here, but saints at home, it's just tough to picture Jared Goff in what will be his first road playoff game going in there and going what will probably have to be shot for shot with the with the saints offense. Yeah. You know? It's funny all week all week. I was liking the Rams of trying to find reasons to like the ramp those thinking to myself, okay, they played in the regular season. Saints beat them, you know, hard to do that twice. Rams now can maybe get that revenge. I thought as I said earlier people sleep. It on the Rams especially on their coach McVeigh comes up with something here and pulls out a pulls out a win. The other thing I was thinking is I've talked about this before about with the bears this year the Rams last year the innocent Klein where you have to sort of fail. First before you go to the next level the Rams failed in the playoffs. Maybe now this time, and I was autumn all week. And then the last twenty four hours just when you see this the saints stats at home and the drew Brees stats at home. And you think about Michael Thomas against that secondary? Even though Wade Phillips, obviously, very good offensive coach. But I'm very scared of going into saints with Michael Thomas at and breeze at home. It's just realis- because they follow it to leave. Without last game speier's following Michael Thomas didn't work out. So well to leave is I don't know. I don't know if I'm buying is one hundred percent right now. Do you think anyone in that secondary? Exac and cover Michael Thomas. Exactly. I don't know if Wade Phillips comes up on triple team, and Michael Thomasson, you know, go to Camerin and Ingram on the ground there. But I had all these reasons just when you see the drew Brees. Sean Payton numbers at home, even with the spread. And then the Michael Thomas fact, I've I've gotta go saints minus three and even though I I will be pulling for the Rams and I wanted to come up with away, but it's tough going against the saints in this one. I think yeah. And I think on the other side too. When you look at what the Rams have done on the road, you know against teams that had losing records. They reform one against the spread on the road this year. Now, all five of those teams didn't just have losing records all ten or more losses, and they had a combine win percentage of less than thirty percent twenty three and fifty seven combined among those five losing teams at the Rams played on the road and went four one against the spread the other three games their own three against the spread. And you know, it just I don't know what to read into. I'm not reading too much into. I'm just sort of offering it up there as that other side of the coin is not only do you have the his. Historical strength of the saints at home. You have some recent history of the Rams against tough opponents on the road not coming through, and you combine those two things, and is it's really hard to be confident in painting a scenario where the Rams go in there and win the game. And again doesn't mean the can't. And I and I wasn't I wasn't pulling Gary at the top. I really think that there are two points last week up fourteen nothing. Driving false throws a pick in in in saints territory eagle score. They win the game. And I'm not going to say they would have one of our Sean Jeffrey caught the ball because the saints easily could a got the ball back and got into field goal range. But if alshon Jeffery catches up all been very ging to save. If with the clock situation, if the saints would have been able to come back, so in my brain, you know, this day might not have even been here. But they here in. It's it's. Tough me to go against them at home. There was there was something of a feeling out period with the with the saints eagles last week. You know eagles basically went a lot of cover three a lot zone. They played man last time they had doubled Michael Thomas, Alvin Kamara and that opened up. I it I I'm not too not a rehash regular season..

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"realis" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"realis" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Name. Brit. I hate that show. Food say this. Okay. Weddings? That one I think just in general nineteen rob it just stop. It goes city hall. I'm not buying you sit because you decided to be with some more than two years. So what is what is for you guys? What is the most tiresome 's storyline on Bravo? Just needs to just go away. Well, we ought for me. It's weddings. However, MJ can get married every minute and also kicking badge were Jews. Frankly, there isn't one storyline that we'd be tired of with her and Leah could do you could get bad Leah black. Yes. You Get can get. hurt. New their vows. We'd watch that she could renew her vows while to. I would watch that I would want that. Honestly, I would watch anything that Leah's on if you will. Exactly not just saying that it's for real any story line. No, okay. Guys. It's up to you know, it's not up to you change it this year. Guess you to America? America votes. Beverly hills. Can you cannot wait? Okay. The moonlight jokes. All ready been done. But let's laugh. Odd to okay the winner. Is you want to say it? It's badge or guy. On brandy gland. Bill loves it. Thank you guys. Go man. Dumb dumb gay big, Tom gay politics story. I know added a LA. Levy girls. Evening. It's not time. Okay. What's next? Ronnie. Ben went is next. Oh my gosh. And one of our ghetto one of our good friends that were always with outstanding achievement in business and self promotion are Queen realis-..

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"realis" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"realis" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"In fact, it's the title of a book by Admiral mcraven, former navy seal who explains it if you want to change the world you have to start by doing small things like making your bed. If you make your bed every single morning as he explains you've accomplished the first small important task of the day. And that gives you the sense of pride and encourages you to do more tasks the right way, one after another after another and by the end of the day that one task that you completed may have turned into countless small tasks, but you did the first task you did it, right? So that even by the end of the day, if many things didn't go right when you finish your day and your approach in your bed. You're reminded that you did at least one thing. Right. And it gives you the encouragement to make tomorrow better. My number nine tip for you. Is to touch it. Once the touch at once habit is very similar to the do it. Now. In other words, it's learning not to put things off until later if you pick up a piece of paper or a Bill rather than put in your file later pile file it in that moment touch at once if you have time to walk over to the sink and rinse your plate. You've got time to after rinsing it put it in the dishwasher, there's no need to make somebody else touch it again later. It's in your hand rinse it and put in the dishwasher, it's time to break the habit of doing things that could and should be done in one step, even though it might take a few extra seconds. It's just a habit instead of focusing on how good it feels to have done it quickly focus on how much better it feels to have done all the way my last and final habit for you to develop is one that I called the one to two ratio. What I've been doing since January's each time. I bring in one new item. I try to make sure to are going out. Now, this might not make sense for you. But if you're a consumer. If you if you like the Amazon dot com, shall we say, then it's important that anytime something newest coming in. You've got at least two things going out. I called the one for to practice. A specially with clothing. It's so easy to just get rid of things around your house that you simply you don't need them anymore. You have something better or they're just taking up space for each new item. That comes in your house to older items, go out, I hope you've found all of these tips, helpful if your biggest nightmare is your closet. I'd like to recommend a resource for you. It's episodes number two three one. How would have an organized closet and episode number two three two which is part too. I think I entitled it the smart closet makeover. And you'll love these episodes because I am literally recording it from inside my closet, and I walk you through exactly how to start where to start. And how to get your closet organized? I think we're good for now. But I don't know honestly that up to you. If you feel like there's more than need to help you with I need to hear from you. So leave me your thoughts and your review and tell me specifically what you'd like to have more of please be sure to share this episode with anyone you know, who deserves to be clutter free. And you know, what they say the cornerstone of learning and changing our thinking is repetition. Maybe go back and realis- again. I mean, why not let's get this stuff to stick? In the meantime, I want you to know, I love you. I really do mean that means so much to meet you spend this time with me to know, how to reach me if you look at the show notes for this episode, I have links to every social media platform just pick the one that you prefer. And that's how you'll know how to hit me up. And I appreciate hearing from you because you are the bomb dot com. I love you. I mean it and I'll talk to you soon..

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"realis" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"realis" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"So so the Jin I guess it because of the Islamic influence in the region is is a fairly widespread belief. Yes. Bribery, tan is seen as an actual D as a gin, you know, Jin who challenged God over Adam. So basically, there's this belief that if you want to become a witch you have to go to a gin and the general test you and the will make sure that you then become a witch, and there's actually movie just came out. It's very it's I don't think it's fantastic. But it's called blood lands and has English subtitles. But it's the first Albanian horror movie just came out last year. I saw it on opening day. It was it's an okay for star. I give credit for you know, for a start. But it explores some of this tradition. Yep. Bloodlines I saw years ago. There was a a a Vlad Tempus foot tempests fish tomato test. But there was a movie that was dealing with him, historically. And then the the footage they had of his impaling people. You know, Vlad the Impaler Grizz pretty darned gruesome. Yeah. It I imagine if you're trying to stop invaders in they come across the hill. And then there's a forest of people stuck on sticks. It's to tell you. Yeah. Yeah. It's just Coppola film chance. No is they have a scene with that. In the very beginning. They do this. This was a local when it wasn't it had nothing to do with vampires. If I recall, it was just dealing. We have entry military hero cut thing. So yeah. Yeah. Please. It's interesting with the whole Dracula thing, if you ask people, you know, the whole thing about Dracula being tied vampires is a western lore thing. This is born this is not in Romania. So in Romania as I brought up earlier, they're not the same. These are like, you know, basically for vampires very interesting based on region so for vampires in the Dracula whole connection didn't come down to about nineteen seventy five so under the dictatorship. If and sorry would I touch school nNcholas touch. Our school was trying to be a strange mix of western and Soviet in his alliances. And so basically he looked after the west, and he created a Dracula year, essentially, nineteen seventy five to try and bring western money to starving Romania at this point to the communists, trying to tank oil prices were. Dropping in the country needed a lot of help things weren't going as well as he was promising the people. So there was this tradition that the first Dracula book star to be actually printed at this point in Romanian because the four then there was no copy of Dracula in Romania, there's a this is where you start seeing like the Catholic Braun castle, which has nothing to do with Dracula. But it became drunk realis- castle any, you know, come here for Halloween, if you wanna see more, we're actual Dracula grew up you want to go to six Florida Tago vista and parts of Hoon Adora or Hunia day fiasco areas, these are all very where actually more the real Dracula reports of blue crush, Bobby very honest with you about Dracula was important. He's not the most important figure in Romanian history. He's like the most tenth or eleventh important figure if you ask people so as more of a western ideal of him. I have to say to this. AM? I look cemetery here end it's believed that they vampires buried there because there's a hit Stein. I mean, we ended up tracing the story to hit starting that we found we'd someone being born in Transylvania. And said oh buried there in Transylvania was mentioned on the hit star in in that was enough to basically stop this urban legend that they would be in pies in the cemetery. Right Honestly, twelfth. I wanna talk about Transylvania does it actually exist or is it more of a historical region Transylvania. So where clues just where I used to go to university. It does exist is a real region. It was predominantly Hungarian. It means land the on the forests from Latin. And so you have your various different trans Sylvan sylvan's. Okay. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Makes sense. Exactly a lot of people don't get till you get over there. And so it's a very large area. It's part of. So if you think of a map for Romania Romania is a large size nation state of the region of the Balkans. It is up in the north west of the country..

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"realis" Discussed on Babes and Babies

Babes and Babies

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"realis" Discussed on Babes and Babies

"But it's because they need to make sure that they can properly properly have airway through their through their breathing through their lung up into their like passages. And so they they need to make sure that the baby can pass that before they leave. Interesting. Yeah. Yeah. I just want to tell you guys that I babysat this morning. And I changed poopie diaper the first time in years, and I only gagged ones. Yeah. Do it slow clunky. That now I feel like I could have kids one day. And I need to think about it at all. That's the thing. I felt Hanner when he was and he's like you don't understand. I can't do diapers. Mike. I don't it's not like, I get joy out of melting disgusting diaper. I do it because I have to do it. You just do it. Favorite thing in the world. I mean, I do love that she poops because it lets me know that she's eating and that she's getting what she needs. But not like, you just do it. Right. Yeah. It's not that bad, especially when it's your own kid. Liz, it really is. When it's another kid. I think it's like times. We're right. I agree. But I conquered another kid. So I have no doubt. I can do it myself. I'm really proud of you. Thank you guys. It was not easy. Hot yourself on the back today. I did have the thought of should I wait till his babysit his other babysitters here in forty five minutes. Do I teach him now? And I'm like I have to change him. Now. That's pretty nasty have kids sit in that poopie. Yeah. But, you know, proud of it energy said because I was out of town. He was he said when I was out of town that he waited thirty minutes until his mom got here for one of them. That's really funny. Yeah. Evan. Evan will change whatever. He's like poop p. Yeah. I think just doesn't like Boogers really interests. Yeah. He can't handle Boogers, but he can handle poop or diarrhea or whatever. That's funny. It's really funny. He's a pro by now though. Oh, yeah. He's he's done it. He's sensitized for sure. Well, this is a very interesting episode wise. It was good. It was all over the place. But I like it, right? A lot of topics that we want to hear back from you guys on. Yeah. We're very, yeah. We're very curious about your opinions. If you guys enjoyed this episode, and you're not subscribe to make sure you go to I tunes or Spotify. And subscribe to our podcast. So you can hear us randomly talk about all these things. Yes. Please do rate and subscribe and share with your friends and tune in next week you guys because realis-. Realis-? Thanks for listening. This podcast is brought to you by we've podcast network. Check out all of our shows, including the brain candy podcast. I don't get it fades babies coffee condos. And let's talk about it.

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"realis" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"realis" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Kwang? Beijing devices like this shit goes between a live action moving picks off him. They don't have faces. That's what this movie needed. Isn't. It faces on the torpedo. I'll watch that longest draw bullet kicked him in the hall. Screen. That's that's the that's another thing with the movie where just kind of in the middle of nothing where it looks lik looks like it has some money. But he that looks either just looks like generic Hollywood slimmer. Oh, just looks really fake. It looks really artificial PlayStation, three cut scene or something. Yeah. Yeah. You know this. Well, the technology has come so far down twenty gene. We can do really good look at affects and they look expensive. And the reality is let times don't know the audience is like our sophistication our visual sophistication has caught up to that. Well, some something where I think they know this is like just some bullshit. They're gonna put out withdraw brother's name. I mean, it said now when you see something like this where TV shows are the special effects on TV shows are pretty much up there with you know, what we should expect with bid big budget movies. Yeah. No what you've got to rate it. But it just looks like it's something that was supposed to go to red box. Somehow somebody's accidentally put in the wrong. And that's what it looks like it's fun. How HBO gonna find your Butler in the red box? Literally. Like movies. It was funny. I just made one about submarine. Thank you exit. Rich. He got everything for you. He got drunk and end up in a red. I would I would I would read him like, oh, you're you're drunk, and you ready to kick people in Hole. whole. You don't want Holloway here. Getting you know. Day rent me. Nonsense full action. Oh, like, you know. At this moment. Take me home. This is a this. This is this is right is going on. With is some that HBO said thank of HBO had a hold of this. They would have done so much. It would have been great HBO makes dragons come to light. They can't even make a torpedo look real fucking cylindrical. What a propellers? Him bombs on Super Mario realis-. Dude. It's just a to you. They got they got models of this. You remember the old days when they used to use models in the ad model. Torpedoes remodeled submarines, and they just fill net shit, and they put on the screen and look real cost. How much is hobby lobby charging? I got a little cousin who can do this. Now, this is on the computer. Everyone plays the part to blandness in this film. Everybody military guys play military guys commonplace com. Commonplace common in military, guys. Everything is sir, sir. You know, like everybody everybody got that hit phone bent over, sir. Are you hearing this Cirque? Do you see this, sir? Somebody wants to talk to you, sir, sir starting in the middle. And he got the I just had flashbacks Uku even you were doing. Your cereal box. No. I just say, sir. I was saying cocoa puffs. Prosecutors Rice Krispies clocks. Coming in closing sardine here. This is not Recco. Pump. The tough guys here. Do you know the tough guys, you know, the except the tough guys in the movie, you know, they the special forces as two stores really going on. You got the one that's on the submarine. And then you've got the one on the side that's happening with these these special forces guys, I got to rescue the Russian president and get him out of this cool. So everybody can know what's going on. And these guys they actually kind of cool because it turns them to like a real action film at that point. The moves move a little faster, these guys feel more real they have a bad as sniper scene with these guys in here turns into call of duty pretty much turn the call of duty way before this now. But, but even that dialogue is typical tough guy dialogue you and he's action movies. Like one guy was like you came back for me, the god-like and eat it. They access..

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"realis" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"realis" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"So when you get the United States of America going into a country like Iraq or Vietnam or Soviets going into Afghantistan nationalism is automatically going to come to the fore in that country you have invaded because those people are going to say, we are a sovereign nation state, we believe in self determination. We do not want the United States coming in and telling us what to do and think about how we react to the Soviet the Russians interfering in our elections. They do not have any right. We believe to interfere in an American election. It's a violation. Of our sovereignty. That's nationalism and play nationalism. Dominates liberals. Okay. And okay. Good. What is just wanted just to just to be devolved through what is how does this play out that idea play out in sort of American foreign policy failures? When we the point is we try to invade on these principles that often doesn't work because we simply can't go in there and impose form of government because the impulse to nationalism resist that is that the point, but the American foreign policies. I said the before American foreign policy in the era of liberal Jiminy has a principal goal has three goals, but the principal goal is to promote liberal democracy around the world. It's to knock off authoritarian regimes and turn them into liberal democracies. Okay. That means that the United States of America is going to interfere with the sovereignty of other countries, and this is going to cause problems not only in the Middle East with the racks and the Iran's and the Saudi Arabia's. It's going to cause problems with the Russians and. With the Chinese. If you got Russia or you go to China today and you talk to them about whether they think it's a good idea that America is promoting democracy in either Russia or China, they will tell you in no uncertain terms that this is categorically unacceptable. They recoil at the idea of us interfering in their politics as much as we recoil at the idea of them interfering in politics. This is nationalism. So this this point about the Russians recoiling us interfering in their politics as much as we recall. To them in a very hours, I think is a fundamental point. This is for me when I read realism literature versus liberalism. Literature, realism for me has to foundational elements. One is it tends to assess situations in a moral way not to make normative judgments about as forms of life, just trying to understand enough relations and to what you just said, and you make this point over and over again about the moving moving NATO east and the impact that had. And if we just imagined as many people argue that the it was going to have this devastating impact on Russia and cause it to react in a very harsh way realist. Tell me zakat realists tend to think in terms of seeing through the eyes of the enemy and taking that very seriously in kind of cold in a moral way. And my senses is that liberal internationalists are don't do that as much they, they are not. I wonder you think that they tend not to think, how is this going to be seen from the other side. Side and ten just to do what they think is right. Is that a fair characterization, which part of that would you disagree me? I agree with everything and I'll give you the logic that I see that sits behind it. Realis- basically treat states as black boxes. There are no good guys are bad guys in the real story and realis- assume that states even your own state off. It has to do terrible things because the principal goal is survival and survival requires you to sometimes do immoral things for purposes of maximizing your chances of survival. There are.

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"realis" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"realis" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"Com. You know, mean key always come from place to love in we. We love to read which all talking about. So all that, man, let's move onto the peeves. And I want to be very responsible of the things I say to my sister because everybody can be petty p. e. to the t. t. y. it's time to put our petty on parade. So I don't think I've done a listener petty piva no a while, but I got one. We got one in. It's just really, really funny. Hello queens when you're coyness. I love your podcast. Hopefully I'll be able to come to a show one day flights out of the midwest cost an arm and leg in verse born such disrespect. Well, hopefully we can just come to the midwest, hopefully will see how these three shows do. Don't have other out here. Please not Betty function by lead. That's all. I'm saying Atlanta, New York and Philadelphia anyway. But off that tangent onto my petty peeve, my peeve is people in their over application of perfume or Cologne. I am talking to the grown as men still wearing x. the women bathing in bath and body works, you body spray and those of you trying to cover up some funk. 'cause you just left the gym, just take a shower, be late and spare. The rest of us. It is a constant struggle for me because there are particular people at my job who leave a trail of their Sint. You can follow their whole day. My managers nickname is perfume bomb because her smell hits you and then burns your since. In another employee is called chloroform. If you don't pass out, you pray to all the gods for the relief of being passed out. It makes no sense. The perfume industry should come out with some kind of device that tells you how -fensive your perfume application amount is to others. Thank you for providing a place to vent Keita. So. I that I absolutely agree with you, Kita. Your petty peeve resonated with me. First of all, I really want adult since this is a show about adulting. Let's just all collectively throw a bath and body works in our acts in the garbage one-two-three go. All right, get rid of it. If it's not a candle or like a wall bomb or whatever those things are called, or some hand sanitizer than it's probably time for it to be or some some hand soap. Bathroom buddy works as good for him, so, but if it's if it's anything outside of that, just throw it in the trash and not the bag. And if you can buy your Cologne, less tra- Glenn, and you know if you are over the age of seventeen, let's throw that AXA way you don't need that anymore. If you can buy from the supermarket? Probably. Time I told you that tell you the time. Oh God. I was at. I was at some house and went to take a shower. Pull that current back in awesome x shot with. Mortified. And I took it right out the bathroom and went to him was like nigga. You are too old for this too old. I want you to stop it. Stop what you're doing. Just use them soap money to some soap and lotion promise. You'll smell like spring like it'll, it'll all be grand. Realis- just get rid of this acts in this bath and body works. We don't need it in our lives. Any longer. Do better, do better. All right. I think mine is going to be kind of brief but limited. He's guys I, I don't think that it's fair that those of us who have talent, you know to thing and who may think, you know, with the group or seeing, you know, karaoke key, or even if they are a entertainer performer gets paid to sing. I don't think that it's fair that people like if you tell somebody you sing, they tell you to think something like right there. I don't think. Oh, hate that because I'm gonna tell you something thinking is talent just like someone having you know, strong math abilities or even if it's my job, right. If I tell you that I'm a singer, you shouldn't just it's just it's rude to just be like seeing me something that's not how this works. Number one, nobody thinking you anything for free number two. If you're an accountant, I don't give piece of paper until you to a account like..

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"realis" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"realis" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"No, look, I agree with you in the sense that when I saw the tweet and given the culture we look in today, I was like, whoa, Roseanne's fucked. Yeah, like that's bad. But I also read what we were saying a second ago that if we, if we were any like we were saying people, we just go like, they want you to apologize for that. Not they want you to go away forever because of that. Yeah. Yeah. I got deeper and people in the much lower levels now that that that girl who said that, let's end this kid's career about the kid Nellie who did the shock, jock character woman who said that, you know, it's just like it's just some lady. Do you know what I mean? So the but you've given her for her to even tweet that goes like, oh, I have a power now and I like that power. Let's see. It's It's like. like, hey, fucking Doris from fucking Peoria, Illinois, hedges, fucking fuck off and we'll figure it out. But promising premise, you know, raging racist is going to become a famous comedian if it's like, you know, if you live in an apartment building, there's always like that one like fucking. It's usually an older chick who's like looking out the window constantly and his like you're smoking too close to the door, or someone was doing this, and they always have a beef with like the building. There are those people who just fucking they live for enforcing the old. Yeah. And you're being too noisy in the yard, or you're doing like after ten pm, they're supposed to be no noise here the television next door. Exactly. It's like that this isn't even bothering you is you have no other excitement in your life? Well, you know, kind of goes to with the with the with the comic thing too. I say, I just don't understand why this can't be something if you didn't like the way somebody brought you up and it was like something enough fee to say something. They never once like the way anyone, but you know, rather that before you even thought to say something on a public level, unless it was funny, we were like, this intro was so bad. I want to tell you laughing at it and not like, let's change this guy's life and get him ruined. You know what I mean? Like you, you would never fuck you would go to that person would be like, hey, dude. Like what was that about? What was it fucking shit intro for while you fucking with me. You know what I mean? You go to that person. You could work it out like that. Like I've lost interested in like forty minutes ago. I gotta be honest this this, you spoke like thirty seconds again. I, yeah, it's, it's fine. We got it. They fucking stink. Realis- let's look. Let's take fuck and break here. It was. It's just a lot. We're kind of going into circle here with the same exact thing over and over again. Am I wrong about this room? I write it might not. Not in the room. Awkward. Bring up through both of us under the Bill. Oh, no, we are doing this just gone through this topic. Three times. I thought it was a weird reaction, but. All right. Go ahead. What are we doing? Why we have to take a break and I love it. Doesn't matter. I just feel like we're, I mean, what else are we going to say about this? Yeah, the fucking guy brought the up sucks. Break. Yeah, I'm sorry. I apologize. You guys are right those the worst transition into a break of all time. This show is not going well. You take a break. It was just I just fucking around. What about the same thing we're wrapping. You weren't even you weren't even out of the conversation for that long nursing, a black baby doll, the whole time. I don't know. That was more interesting than fucking rambling with your really high. I am willing. Hi, that's totally what it is. Yeah, I am very high, but it was bizarre. I'm sorry, man. Sometimes you don't from feeling, what am I supposed to do? Not say, Dave was digging Lewis. You're eating sheet on the show tonight. You're eating shit. I said, basically the same. Was trying to get your rhythm. You all. Gonna say the same fucking thing. We said the same thing like four times just showed the Roseanne thirty four minutes ago. We're going back into the fucking thing about the fucking guy on stage bringing the girl was tied it back into that..

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"realis" Discussed on Who Charted

Who Charted

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"realis" Discussed on Who Charted

"Same fable right no it's well it's different somewhat differently it's the same set because i i had no idea about the trump snake thing i gotta realis and maybe i was just maybe i did maybe i didn't catch something as yeah i was honestly i was poking fun at it okay but it was also being true but poking fun i mean you you're you're the one always talks about being gemini in right and sign of the snake that that's me does is it we'll geminis does not the sign but i mean in trump's speech he's not going i'm sign of the snake no he does the snake he does that that fable right he's done it before let's the fable that the snake will bite you if you like yeah i'm a nice steak i'm nice here pet me i'm nice i'm a good guy see a good guy and then all of a sudden like the snake fight you go why did you do that because i'm a snake i think that's it is that like you knew i was a snake when you met me kind of thing right that's what he says so but i i'm only making fun of it because the that trump and i saw it on huffington post was because that's what i read he was he's done like a few times and you see like i is he doing such a like childhood or that you know how it ends you know that one that's all it was all right i'm gonna check it back that's interesting to me i like brody's version but it's almost like clever version what's it softly what's sits on that they just said now is there was a like a stolen song this is america yes or yet this is your sheraton urged sheeran yeah at cheriton so this is this is another one of those six i'll i will look into it but i love the cadence what you were do i want you to know that took editing i appreciate i've to get those words to lined up i liked were meet to make that stuff quasi i rhyme and work in meter took a lot of stuff and i say thank you that howard i feel like i i did you the the inspiration for that or the you did your it's all you but but yeah you inspired it i poke fun at i poke fun we gotta get back to poking fun at people i agree you're the only one your relationship it's very interesting because it's like usually howard is the one singing verses that i'm spending the time editing it together brody can be the source material that makes our right ahead yeah like i'm like i'm not even edited to do that with my own stuff yeah i'm not of that inspired to do that so you know what howard's good at howard he knows me yeah i could like give him the keys or give him the control and he would say brody just be yourself at even with my flaws even with my like my blue collar jock energy howard can work around that he won't get upset with that he understands it doesn't love it always but he gets it he'll tolerate it and make fun of it howard will make fun of like i'm not like a like i made fun of making fun of trump kind of howard would make fun of i it's okay to make fun of people right i'm not i don't wanna get political but that's what makes howard good he understands like like he understands football he's from new jersey he has a relationship with his father he has a brother there's male energy in there so that's why i think he understands me.

"realis" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

Geek News Central Audio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"realis" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

"The amazon device cannot play a song you heard the can't remember the name up in basically you just have to kind of give it some generalities and supposedly it will find the song so if you just tell it to play riana songs i haven't heard in a while it will start playing songs you haven't played in a while from riana so amazon has been making its device more and more useful to listing when it's not laughing at you it's introduced an elect a support to its music app it introduced a support for its music outlasts timber he and it gave the bill t to have the device find music to match various activities so when app i really beyond with you don't get that well and has the worst search in the world is spotify app has the worst search him in waiting for my podcast kit added over there and there's no way to search for podcast in spotify it's really a it's horrible it's more set up to do john realis ning and sped his finding something specific by title so anyway but anyway all these program assisted devices are supposedly getting smarter twitter goes after counts participating in cryptocurrency scams and there's a lot of them up there shoko asked me tonight as i got a friend or going to cryptocurrency seminar i'm like what i'm like leave the checkbook at home you can go and get educated but don't don't take any money with you.

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