25 Burst results for "tolan"

An open doorway, a conversation with a friend

Meditative Story

05:05 min | 7 months ago

An open doorway, a conversation with a friend

"Hello it's ron today. We don't have a regular meditative story instead. I've written a special meditation based on stories from my own life. It's just something. I want to share before we start. I'm sending appreciation to salesforce for their sponsorship of meditative story while you may know them for their role in bringing companies and customers together. Salesforce office works to improve the state of the world by sharing the stories of leaders who are making positive changes. They believed in meditative story before we had first listener. Okay let's get going. So i'm thinking a lot about transitions. The temperature dropping seasons shift winter starting to bite one year clicking into the next closer to home the city where i live moving from one level of restriction to another class. He's still my son no longer just a child but a school child. He's just finished his term in school. Having transition seamlessly into the routine of monday to friday life he's loving the lining and it's a daily delighted to see him soaking tolan but part of me dismissed the naivety of by excitement when i dropped him off in the morning. It's the right kind of infectious. Had already ruffled and blue school blazer. Size too big for him. His little body alive and upright is smile ready his head loose on the top of his spine looking for the best friend to run up to watch out. We're going to make some mischief daddy. So let's start a meditation time together by embedding on's little big energy back upright bring alertness and vivacity the head sitting soft hosting a smile. Soft open but alive and ready for connection I've made a thing of transitions in my day. Especially the big ones. If you arrive home from work in our cafo you can pick all the stresses and drama foam your workplace into the first conversation you have with your partner or your first interaction her. At least i can act of walking through the doors reminder to reset to give my family the gift professionals like i suspect many of you this year. Many the thresholds which allow these transitions to happen have collapsed. Going from work to home is now just a spin of the home of his check space. We work workout. Eat out for much of the year has all been the same though. Natural transitions of the commute. The school run the front door. I guess much. Those transitions thresholds. There's limited amounts. I need them. My winds of change spaces starting again spaces where i find dressed and without the crash. Avoid being on where. I find my best ideas. So i've taken to building them engineering thresholds halls walking out of the house at the end of the workday. So i can enter it again as a family space a little rituals invisible to the naked eye the holding of a cereal bowl into hans votive along glass of water. And you start each to away in my house portal. So let's pay attention to the small transitions. The ones whose potential is always hair sometimes overlooked the place where the in breath and the out breath meet. Yes it's subtle but there is a spot a moment a no thing Breathing switches directions. In fact there are two. Let's see if you can find one the one at the end of the in breath and before the out breath is easiest to see if you can put your attention here at the turning point of the breath after the knbr fans and before the ad breath begins

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U.S. says China backed hackers who targeted COVID-19 vaccine research

NBC Nightly News

01:54 min | 1 year ago

U.S. says China backed hackers who targeted COVID-19 vaccine research

"This evening. The US accused Chinese hackers trying to steal American vaccine research, a major new escalation to tell you about for the first time the State Department order. We got Chinese consulate here to close over spying charges NBC's Andrea. Mitchell has late details. Flame seen in the courtyard of the Chinese consulate in Houston, overnight appearing to show documents burning after the State Department ordered the consulate to close by Friday only hours after the US accused to Chinese hackers working with China's government of trying to steal research on Kovic. Vaccines, treatment and testing from US companies and others around the world. Houston firefighters responded, but were not permitted in the State Department says the closure is intended to protect American. Intellectual Property and Americans private, information and Senate Intelligence Chief Marco. Rubio tweeted China's Houston Consulate is a massive spy center. Forcing to close is long overdue. We're going to take action to protect. The American people protect our security, our national security and also protect our economy and jobs. The administration dramatic action comes as president. Trump has slap tariffs on China for unfair trade practices and blames. Blames China for not alerting the world to the corona virus. It's a shame that it happened. It shouldn't have happened. China should have stopped causing Democrats who have also been warning about Chinese hacking to worry. The today's action is also an attempt to divert attention from the COVID crisis china-made mistakes. They've needed to be called out for them, but the president is trying to deflect attention from his mistakes in the United States that have led us to have. The is step Tolan the world. China's Foreign Ministry called the move an unprecedented escalation and promised to respond with firm countermeasures, raising fears of an escalating feud between the world's two largest economies.

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Ice Skating

Pants On Fire

05:26 min | 1 year ago

Ice Skating

"Grace what's your first question for a bash. St Can you tell me about your job? What is it typical daylight who I liked that question so my typical day starts really early in the morning because I teach my students before school at an ice rink. So get up at about four o'clock and I'm on the ice four in the morning or in the morning four in the morning four in the morning. It's very quiet. And then we head to the rink. I warm up my students first and foremost and then I'm on the ice teaching them from five. Am till about seven forty five. Wow how did you get involved in ice skating introduce skate when you're a kid I did? I started skating because I saw Tolan Dean. How're British ice dancers on television? And I nagged my parents to take me to the ice rink and I started skating when I was three. Wow there's a four in the morning and there's three year old on skates. I'm learning a lot today. Okay grace back to you NIA. Is there something you really love about your job well? I used to ice skate when I was younger. So what I love is watching. People do the moves that I couldn't do like I could never do a triple toe loop and seeing that. You know three times a year at the competitions that I judge is really exciting and just seeing all the families come together and to really nice culture and environment to be in to be able to escape for your job it helps. I mean I think the big part of the trainee is to not get too emotional about the performances. Because when you're watching somebody do something. Really incredible like a like a a triple Lutz. Or something you know you're you get really pumped up. The music is driving. You and you really can't show any emotion when you're a judge because you've got parents surrounding you and they really want their kids to do really well. So if you look like you're favoring one person in the other That's really bad so you have to try to stay as neutral and professionals possible fast. Is there a skater? Who IN SPIDER? You UAE definitely? I was very inspired by escape at Cold Suray abundantly. She was a French figure skater and she really changed the game with figure skating because she was what we call a rebel so she did a few illegal elements like the backflip competition. And she always will the coolest costumes and she had really colorful makeup and she really broke boundaries. In what we'll figure skating was so I really looked up to her. I thought she was really cool. She was also the first one to do it on ice. No I don't think she was. All carpeted different sport. Fash can you tell me about the different jumps in figure skating? How are they different? Well jumps a kind of graded in terms of how many revolutions you do. What Direction you take off. So everything starts with the waltz jump which is half a revolution which is about one eighty degrees and that takes a Ford and then you land backwards then you progress to a South Cal. I call it a sad cow. Well you do a full three sixty. Before you do your one eighty so jumps have different takeoffs and different landing. Sometimes you'll land jump in the position to take off for another jump which is called a jump combination. The hardest jump is a Lutts because you go into it one direction and then you pivot use your topic and you jump the other direction loop jump is probably my favorite jump ego from backwards backwards and you use your edge. Not Your Toe Pick. Neil what is the most surprising thing you've learned about ice skating? Guess what surprised me as well a while ago if you know but They change the scoring system so it used to be out of six points and now it can be up to three hundred points. So there's a table of different moves you can do like vastly mentioned a flip. Sal Cow Lutts. There's a toeloop. All of these different moves have a different man. Points scale values trite. And so you have to. There's a a table and that table changes over time and that's something that I'm still getting used to because every year I have to get trained and re certified to be an ice skating judge. So that's something that's always something I have to keep learning and keep up to date on five state. Can you tell me about what were the first gates made out of the first skates were made out of bones? They weren't very versatile. And when these first gators were on the ice it wasn't autistic or they weren't dancing sheely just to get from A to B Neil. Do you have to train to become a judge? Good question great question so the first thing is it helps to have skate experience. You don't have to be at an Olympic level but at least at college really helps you have to take some tests that show that you know as Russia saying what what a what a flip is You you need to know the what side of the edge that you're looking for so two edges on On escaped the left edge right edge and so knowing what side the skater is skating on You you can really Take no on. How precise and how Could QUALITY THAT. Kinda jump is.

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Modern Time Slips

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

06:27 min | 1 year ago

Modern Time Slips

"Today. Something a little bit different on this podcast. Generally science is acknowledged as something. Let's say a discovery of something and it can be replicated and therefore it is based in scientific fact and the pseudoscience is usually explained away as a simple single phenomena that can't be captured reproduced. So I have on this. PODCAST is a series of modern day. A or modern time time slips began with a white Ford pickup that pulled up to a cattle pasture near Pona City City Oklahoma. This was early in the fall of Nineteen seventy-one if stopped at the gate. Carl Marc and Gordon worked for cattle feed distributor. Were sent to this remote area to pick up a theater but they found their has kept them silent for forty one years. Carl says we opened the gate. which had barb orb wire with no locks and we entered? We went onto the property which was covered with grass up to in some cases over the truck. They drove through grass. Ask to the tank that sat close to Red Barn and got Outta the truck. We realize the tank was almost half full and too heavy to load. Carl said we. We decided to leave and drove around a Red Barn and there. We saw a large two story White House with no lights in front of us. The trio drove back to the cattle feed company and told the boss. He said he'd drained the tank and they could pick it up tomorrow. Carl says we went back to the location to retrieve the a tank the next night he said this time we decided to go through the old white big house on the hill and we brought our flashlights and shotguns. Just in case they they drove onto the property over the past. They've made through the day before they loaded the tank then they pulled around the bar toward the house what they saw burned into their memories. It was no longer there. Carl said we walked up the hill where it stood and there were no signs of demolition no foundation. There's nothing at all what we all seem to witness the night before was no longer there. We've talked to each other over the years but none of us can explain mine division. Did these men witness a time slip. Time slips have been reported throughout history and English women. Vacationing in France Franson one thousand. Nine hundred one claimed they stepped into the French Revolution. The two couples traveling in Spain in the Nineteen Seventies stated an oddly archaic. The hotel. There was simply gone on their return journey. Physicists like Albert Einstein Michio Kaku and Stephen Hawkins have have all said time. Travel is theoretically possible. Our science just can't achieve it but what if nature can another example the light in the sky shown shown white far from the Greens and the reds at Jigsaw during the Aurora Borealis of two thousand four visible in North America as far as the Lower Midwest West Jake fifteen stood outside his parents home in the lake of the ozarks Missouri around ten PM. Twenty eighth of May leaning against a truck rock looking at the lights. He didn't know his life was about to change a bright white glow suddenly filled the northern horizon this look nothing like the the northern lights the Aurora Borealis nor did it behave like that the lights move like the light of a copy machine. The single bar brightness move from west to east over Jake's head and disappeared. I thought that I should maybe go inside at this time and found myself. Unable to move he said Novenas grew in his arms and legs and he blocked out when he woke. He knew he'd been somewhere else. I felt woozy and almost dated. Said time seem muddled in my head. Had He walked into the House to find he'd been outside an hour. It took most of the night for him to tell us parents what happened. Most of the time I kept telling them that I thought the calendar was wrong. It should at least be after two thousand eight he said to this day. My mother remembers bits of this mainly because I looked at her and asked pointblank. Is that black man. Still President. What happened to j seizures psychological phenomenon or did did jake accidentally take a brief four years step forward from two thousand four hundred to two thousand eight Jake slip is just one in a long long line of stories from people who brushed against a different time such as an RAF pilots are victor good ard who encountered airplanes in nineteen eighteen thirty five that didn't exist until nineteen thirty nine one hundred year old Swiss watch found in a Chinese Ming Dynasty Tomb? People may I slipped like this all the time Duncan cal opened the door of his nineteen ninety nine Chevrolet s ten next to a convenience store gas pump trump in Springfield Missouri. Large man accosted him as I left the gas station. Some large melon-headed man dressed in a business suit yelled what year is this. Kel- set the man stood at a spot kill would've walked by when he left the store but he hadn't seen him demand wore dark black suit suit with a rough fiber texture. Kill said along the lines of things in the Teddy Roosevelt era. What year is this? The man yelled again. The the man was white about thirty five or forty years old clean-shaven normal but he asked an odd question. Carol said two thousand three CAL cal. Tolan the man's face contorted anger. What year is it? He screamed at yet cal again. I said two thousand three. The large man screamed the question. One more time I said two thousand three so he could hear me. Cal said then he quit asking. Kelly glanced away from the man as he slid into Swiss truck but safely inside he turned to get another luck and the man was gone. He disappeared from the front of the gas station. Cal said in the Second Institute held to slip into his truck demand simply vanished cal put. The man hadn't stepped inside the store the only place he could have gone in that short amount of the time he was gone.

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Kerrin McEvoy: Growing Up Jockey

Three Wide No Cover

09:59 min | 1 year ago

Kerrin McEvoy: Growing Up Jockey

"Said Van Tigers for you growing up in a racing family NGOs yeah it was grew up streaky value their little Bush town on the west coast of South Australia and gripe place to grow up it was pop leave dubbed the up the road hundred the road up the hill when he had some stables at the back of block horses there and anyways trying to be seeks right or ten depending on the locals wanted Ironhorse with him but it was great it was you know plenty of ponies for me Rawdon and dad was a jockey while I was a young child and then going to be heavy but submarine down to the Rice's a young Keaton running around collecting the bidding sleeps in tags six and always guys the jockeys and saying what color boots I had on what settles out and it was a passion was building from from an early age remember things little things when you're younger Dinesh Illinois big he's larger than life that all that China who was it for you that made you get nervous when you met him for the first time ties yeah Tolan I you know with with with David David as as he son obviously he was always falling behind and paid a highs and Michael Tiny was apprenticed to them by other Uncle Darren was apprenticed to them and then Tony ended up obviously being one of their former cy as a young kid it was always Colon high-seas is that and I always listening watching and whenever we went to town we Wanna pulp sources he had a few that rising ten I used to always love following around and watching the the highest amen highs horses and and the I was lucky enough to be apprenticed to them further down the road so you could always roy horses was it natural gas I wrote I'm GonNa lead well it I ju- Fourteen fifteen to become a junkie yeah I was that was always my choice enjoyed school and I could've stayed on and and enjoyed new twelve eleven and twelve ten Qaida didn't want it Algebra used to lose me over his maths was ah I was often the fairies we've maths but I used to enjoy school small little skull streaky by and It was I must admit there was more tom playing sports than probably and what but I was always going to be a jockey and and that was where did they could always rod you is natural out Mimea I draw you jump ahead of the gates actually my pony a job the guy here we used to have some old rusty berries stoves their streaky by Rice course which is better the town and that's track Ho Ho won one race meeting in the clubs do have their one meeting a year but jump a little out of the gates with some two year old it's in That was a good buzz and you know you you you never forget those alien is in plenty of jump shots and Charles Day on on the the Lindsay it young stirs but usually go over Lindsay Park as he must go hold of ice used to catch the bus over and and stated working long hours a higher on the apprentice waste all used to pick up more pack my pay packet it was double this the boys the boys used to be filthy but picking up pooing strapping a few of them on and enrolled in a few years and they don't forget one tree private jumped on the bus and Papa pick me up anyway yeah sorry it was coming home publishing to pick me up at Port Augusta because he is it at Port Augusta and anyway the bus from Adelaide to Port Augusta the the State Law and I go there about two thirty in the morning jumped off the Boston part was nowhere to be saying eating meat always on the yeah I was listening to it would have been twelve Oregon and and you're lucky on you where you're staying the jumped in a taxi had ten dollars me well anyway got dropped off with the great northern I till which is in Gusta knew what room staying in because of our decide they must have been a month before or whatever anyway be offense jumped over the fence winner in the back comb the forest knocked on the window public the window Colombian jumping into bed he just said sorry I forgot you yeah standing might say that's good that's good deal all remember more thirst arm into the rice now they Mike Apprentice Jockeys rawd in a silks they rice day settle and callous and pine leather boots for the first tom but backing Modi altogether Yarra Glen for the first time and with the the tight end of the boots or sleep dose lead nearly fell off when I came out of the gates you I either Rice's was it a good experience it was but like you said it's very different to everything else it used to with with normal trek quick stuff I don't recall ever having the soup zone for a trial either but I rob is at Balaclava and pita highs at the time was was trying to Lindsay Park and I think he had about seventy in these maiden rice was made over thirty or forty eight hundred meters and y'all got The Roy on lovely little military military plume coat and reading a Bit hymies lovely coordinator perfect for Diana with free fi first royds get up well not didn't win didn't win but it was meant to nine and I well it was just a just a point yeah he he he fold them ran and got Moeen slowly and surely with with with many roads to come but it was a great Feast Day balaclava lovely be tracking and then after that back to streaky by in my first right after my ticket was heise's Yup and they went back and did six right once in the Bush Paul Lincoln and Gusta and great myself in Teddy Monahan won the we we drew the leading jockey for the Port Augusta or Leading Jockey Carl it must have been Well was that ninety six ninety seven season is a good experience by some rough ready oh well maybe I lean get your I m getting paid on the solid and the soy gained a joke kind of a must have been in Adelaide somewhere few hundred we'll see a couple of hundred Colonie who started in the back so you can you take ran the Bush then you come into the city at the Stri but Victoria was always beckoning you to get a to get a gig incoming raw quick as you could win it happen yeah will always back with the Heizo actually did a Bill Cameron savion over there it was where where I might stevie and he was a great influence on me from then on but ended up venturing up to back Lindsay Park when Paul and John Kerry Jose climbs for wearing back to Lindsey. Tony was this attorney said look you Muslim Sean Hill one so we headed over there minority and got there and to be truthful it was it was a bit of a real steep learning curve I wasn't ready I was still green and a break maurice descent you know it's a different back then it was it was totally different you know riding Adelaide and I don't need on short period of that here in town Movilla Cheltenham annoys attracts Victoria Park to go to cool I was actually behind the gates the other day and I I was thinking I remember my first of all right aww living under may just slow down the sawed their coffee can get pretty hectic and always always a grain little drain young kid at at a more animal Davison so it was the real steep learning curve and I was lucky to to stick it out through those tough lighter one and a half to two zero period more apprenticeship climbs time was was when I started to do well or who scared the Virginia's Eddie in the jockeys very Milwaukee Jesus Black Gray goal was always leading and ready it's but he was he was he was welcoming at the same time there was obviously a great orders getting around you know Greg Jaws was there Stephen King Br privileged obviously the Oh tactically good oh great horseman and you know back watching and learning of course to the best or could you know when did the penny dropped for it to be given an opportunity to Rodney got which we'll touch on it I mean Abbott Win on Brew You've won three of them but when did the penny dropped for you to Sira off belongs Saturday class said I rising starting to get full books and Rodney in Steichen group enlisted Rice's did you remember the Diet dropped in your lock brought nail below the the winter of ninety nine winter it doesn't sorry the winter ninety nine and then all the way through to the winner of two thousand and really started to make inroads and get some good support and Mike USA Climb and I remember writing a few a few trebles in town and it was winter months and the the big boys were away but as a young kid boring to get better you really grab a hold of that momentum and and use it to drive you forward and so it was it was a rough first year in Melbourne but then the second and third years is when it really started to to propel Gordon was lucky to start teaming up with some good China's even sort of the highest camp and Mark Martin even and Russell Cameron to those and John but money was instrumental in getting me young Ford that adequate right

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Find Another Way

Daily Sales Tips

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Find Another Way

"I think most people underestimate, how much creativity is required in sales in yesterday's tip. Liz Tolan talked about picking up the phone and getting to the no. And the real reason issues that are in the way. And that's just one place where this creativity has to click in whether it's a challenge you run across in the middle of your sales process, or just a challenge in your life. That's getting in the way, if you get creative, you can find another way, the trick is to stay open minded and to quote Alex shoot men again to see things for what they are, but not worse than they are. Meaning you can't get paralyzed by obstacles instead, you've got to look at them, objectively and then start looking for a way around them. Can you remove the obstacle? Do you need to go through it around it under? It there's almost always a way to get to the other side. Stay, calm evaluate the situation objectively get creative, and find another way.

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Understand Your Own Style and Trust Yourself

Daily Sales Tips

01:46 min | 2 years ago

Understand Your Own Style and Trust Yourself

"Today. We just released a brand new episode on the sales success stories podcast. So I've got a short, but valuable taste for you. From my interview with Liz Tolan charge a five top strategic account executive while. I think the most important decision was to for for where I am right now is to say, yes and apply. And I think that in and of itself as a huge lesson for all of us, right? Because every opportunity that you don't take is automatically. No, right. So everything that you say no to or that you're afraid to try is a loss of something on the backside because you're never gonna know what you're missing, and what you could have learned out of an experience. So I think that's probably the the biggest decision of where I am right. This very minute in terms of lessons lessons learned you know, in my earlier sales career if we go back. To that to that getting a no, right? That was that was pretty hard. And in it. I it wasn't the greatest right? There were other other sales folk that had come in and they were experienced sellers. And I was watching them just do all these things and closed deals and they'd seem so smooth. And I just wasn't there. A I felt considerably more disjointed and couldn't figure out how they could just flow thing so easily, but I think that's part of discovering who you are as salesperson is understanding your own style and not trying to mimic and be someone else because they are not you and you're not them and so trusting in your own flow and your own abilities and developing your own rhythm. I, and I think that's probably the biggest lesson for me was was to learn to trust myself and develop those pieces that I needed to develop

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"tolan" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"tolan" Discussed on WTVN

"Tolan. Let's go to Debbie right now in line to Debbie. How can we help you out? Merry Christmas in the first place. Okay. I want to know is. I need to get a GPS on my car. Okay. Are you there? I'm here. I'm listening. Let me turn speaker off because I can't hardly hear. I can hear you fine though. Go ahead. I want to know I you know, I have a fifteen Nissan Sentra. And it does not have a GPS. Can I get one put on the car? Get kind of lost. Oh, you want navigation? I thought maybe you want to track your car. Okay. So you need a clump auto edition sells a fine unit. And and and actually you say you have a fifteen Nissan. They have a unit that replaces the factory, and it looks factory in it has you have has a navigation. Where do I get that audio editions right off of western railroad, aka three c just south of two seventy and Oklahoma install for you? And I'm telling you, it's wonderful. And but the only bad thing is nowadays is a, and it's a good thing is you can't pro we have to be stopped in most cases, the turn to put the input in the navigation for a while. There said are you sure you're the passenger to put the information and people just lie and say, yes, but you have to stop and you can use you also have your app on your phone. You could use to. I don't have a star homes..

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"tolan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"tolan" Discussed on KOMO

"Recommendations include breaching river dance to bolster salmon runs and to crack down on pollutants that find their way into Puget Sound. A goal is to add ten whales in ten years to the seventy eight remaining southern resident orcas Corwin Hake. Komo news. You've heard for weeks that a caravan of migrants from Central America is headed toward the US Mexico border also headed that way. But starting in Ann Arbor Michigan was a caravan of clergy and congregations from Jewish temples across the country. Leading the effort was rabbi. Miriam Tolan chiampou grew up in the Seattle area. She wanted to witness for herself how dire situation this really was and to perform some acts of service upon arriving at the El Paso Border. They made their intentions known to the local ice agents. The rules, and we had to do on the on the whiteboard. It said be the killer rabbit Monty python reference, and I didn't really understand what was happening. But it was something that we should see it. So there was this is this very aggressive feeling here that killer rabbit in Monty python lunges at the throats of all who approached killing them, regardless of who they are what they're intentions might be. When they arrived at the bridge to cross the border into Mexico. It was barb wire is there was a helicopter circled the entire time that we were out there it it didn't feel welcoming. But it also wasn't scary. And she said crossing back into the US was easy. No crowds. No caravan as far as the rabbi could see, but they could see what other migrants left behind the border, gorgeous, Kapiti art, really. And it looks to me like the Berlin Wall some of the things that at key work things like. Happen on this side of the border to one says, this is the Berlin Wall, and it it looks like that if you've ever seen it some of those who created the art undoubtedly made it into the US they would be processed at a center in tornado. Where rabbi Berlin champs group went to volunteer. The kind of place where families had previously been separated the rabbis group wasn't allowed to see where some of the teenagers were sent. But they did spend time with parents and their young children runny noses because they've been walking for days, and it's cold here at night and being textual these basic diseases that you get checked at school, but they don't have because are in different conditions. If she said the kids in their parents want basic things a medical screening, maybe some underwear ninety five pounds of which the rabbis group brought with them. Scary people by any stretch imagination. And I knew I knew that you can't really what other people say about what happens anywhere in the world. And certainly that was show here to sing with my own eyes. He's babies these mothers and fathers and the young young children staying in this huge room and trying for a better life. Rabbi, turn champs group served eleven shelters on their trip, and as she sat in the airport to come home. She said very simply that at least in El Paso. There's no big wave of burgers. PD people trying to come over. I didn't I didn't see that the order. I was at rabbi. Miriam Tolan champ who went to the border in Texas with a caravan of her own to witness what's really happening on a given day. At five ten. It is.

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British PM Theresa May addresses nerve attack on Russian spy

The Mike Buck Show

01:52 min | 3 years ago

British PM Theresa May addresses nerve attack on Russian spy

"The uh the envy uh site had appeared the aircraft is converted in the water thank you new york city police a six person the pilot freed himself and was rescued by a passing tugboat last night british prime minister theresa may is chairing the national security council meeting to discuss who was behind the nerve agent attack on an x russian spy and his daughter the government's policy for has been to avoid rushing to blame the kremlin from all slumbers nerve agent to talk for national security council will be presented with the latest evidence gathered by counterterrorism policing and with assessments for the security service mi five and the secret intelligence service mi six though and be a discussion between the members of the council about whether this sufficient evidence to act and whether this is the right moment that's bbc correspondent daniel stanford president donald trump's plan to prevent school shootings does not increase the minimum age for purchasing salt weapons to 21 at an idea president trump publicly favor just last month it also leaves the question of arming teachers to the states and local communities instead a new federal commission on school safety will examine the age issue as part of a package the white house announced yesterday in response to the school shooting of parkland florida last month that left seventeen students and teachers debt president donald trump is visiting the usmexico border tomorrow or litter little has changed in the past year despite heated rhetoric about immigration and border security us farmers still rely on hundreds of mexicans who cross daily to work in the fields of president trump is in california he will review several prototypes four border walls more on these stories at town hall dot com it's amazing saw in all member tolan story from erwin brothers entertainment comes i can only imagine where i was eleven years old life is tough on.

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"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

1:02:15 hr | 3 years ago

"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"This sends a really nice place to close not a pleasant still mean right and yelling all the time it asked her and hitting sepals zip ninety ninety five but still the upper body strength we're not grabbed you buy the forum my god so we we conclude this tried here says i'm reminded and it is unbelievable to me i am ninety five actually 95 i started to get applause for standing a turned ninety and five years later i get an ovation the pie cross a room and in a hero lists lovely suffering from peter toeman and from paul hip and closing with that lonely stuff uh this is looming there uh with the pita tolan and paul hip and this has been all abeba this live this day and sharm norman lear and you can find me is should you wish to us on the job you you can find me on facebook instagram and twitter via norman lear and you can find me on facebook instagram and twitter paul and i miss you space and die he made them to a give you not is it keep them bristow with off the vine last year was so great and i'm kicking off the new year with a bang an added a mini episode each week matt answer your questions take your confessions and just so much more for check out new episodes of off the vine every tuesday and the new mini episode starting thursday january eleven exclusively at podcasts one dot com and a podcast one app plus another to rate and review on apple podcast it will newly totes meal.

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"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"The because i want a cast that we're all i wanna hear that role red you're exercising something there there's a demon i think you're action i'll tell you i am i got so you have you got the script and how to do a little editing but yeah i i think i've created a couple of other carrier and some wonderful work and we rated do some third act stuff and everything like that but this just you know there's there's things that i could not do in that script that he can do and people going on your script is wonderful is griffey couldn't i go you well thank god because norman fills in stuff that i that i can't do they're really wonderful true emotional moments in that script that had that are we're in the scrip you read that are still there and still powerful the people say to us that part got me you're here but they are there and their cousins to brand new stuff that's also terrific yeah the in the same way yeah you know we are on some kind of path but you know it's he does he i'm sure you don't think about this and i i certainly don't although some people who've come up to me in my own life but not like you where i told him when i first met him my parents gave me a cassette recorder this isn't the 70s because every quarter and this is how stupid i was why i didn't figure out who's can be a writer i would tape record television shows off the tv and listen to them at night as i felt sleep because i found the laughs comforting while okay and i would fall asleep listening to the laughter from on the family and by the way this last for real yeah they were real and powerful those are those are powerful laughs and so you know norman is one of those people who taught me how to right before i knew i was going to be a writer and has this influence on hold generations not just a generation generations of writers who learned from him so it's a little daunting now worst work with it.

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"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"And i'm thinking too much about itself don't think so much abuse of now speaking of being a writer and a writer you guys are working together on you knew showed that you told me about years ago so you've been you've had this idea for a long time yes guess who died and how's that working together wherever in a good dad has great yeah i mean it's terrifying it's gotta be color i work i mean you've worked with everyone but now you're round norman lear i had only met norman maybe two or three months before and we hit it off and then this thing came up and i said yes i want to do it but the first thing i said to him was tell me what i shouldn't cut when i go through the script just tell me because i was so afraid that i would do the thing and he would go who is this it is is the earliest it could not be more interesting that just today i called michael michael is associate of our producer brunt miller and and i said michael find that piece of the mother whose talking to her son who turns out to be at fc after she put some down yes sent so in many ways yes on his side of the phone there are saying they're ready for you now governor um and he's the governor of rhode island australia and we've been talking about these matters yep and this.

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"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"Uh were at whatever's working i agree reasonable right i agree it doesn't impact other people it says yes especially if it doesn't ever destiny impact but is there a problem with the fact that if you it's almost like programming so that as you grow through life one of the great things for me is searching trying to figure out an asking questions and and at this point being okay with no answer but more questions right and obviously you know you've done some searching some learning about yourself substrata does its fort that does it stop that does it kneecap that probably the i think about it but if it does and a in it makes for her uh that person's life than that's would've took for that purpose but look at that sodas drugs yeah look at the number of people who say a number of catholics who say i'm elapsed catholic they're still identifying is catholic right they're wearing it almost as a badge of honour saying i belong still just not as much that's how ingrained those ideas are from youth yeah that you go i belong because it you know when your kid that's all it about i belong to something there's something bigger than me and that's probably why religion that get your early i a whatever is good for you or whoever you is in this and since whatever doesn't interfere with anybody else's is good and reasonable in right murai wherever they never fear vatican cardio enjoy searching and so forth i i do too doesn't make either of us anymore special in the person who has got the answers because they are you know they've been taught them in sunday's who they took them away that worked with them on their lives and their living fruitful lives jail where a dozen impact seminar we're aware no more special for being the curious people were open everything right.

"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"Loyd dennis had friends who were in the in the fdny and we went down to ground zero and we're just just looking over this amazing devastation and i said to him yeah this is this is the show we should be doing these guys like what's this gonna be like going forward forget about right now what's this going to be like a year from now two years like how are they in a process this and this is before you even knew that they were going to be healthy shoes or psychological issues or anything like that right and then i promptly forgot about it because that's my particular brilliance i forgot about and about a year later dennis i think tennis had got about the whole idea for this research sure yeah i think he started to think it was a movie and may have moved in that direction or done little work or whatever but he finally called me about a year later and said okay i think we should do that show you were talking about and i was like i don't what cher it's often he said the one about the guys and so we went to new york i met with some real firefighters and talk to them we based some of the characters on some of the real people we met and and did it and i forget did you start before nine eleven is included in eleven it was at uh we started with i'm i'm going to try and remember that's a good question because i think we showed it i think we showed some of it was probably after but we showed flashbacks to his character working on the pile and finding the head of a coworker and you know that that spoke to him and these weird kind of things so i think we started after because we we he one of the interesting things about rescue me is i think it's a good show i mean it was not wildly consistent but i think it was good show and it was funny eddie was that was lifted now it was also really fun really fun and we had to figure up that balance which we did fairly early on as it as dark as it gut in an episode it had to be that funny on the other side so it would all balance.

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"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"Exactly but you know that that is an that is an interesting conundrum for writer because you're saying 'look at me and look at my ability why lie mimic perfectly what you create it's really tough it's it it it seems to sort of work at opposite a opposite goals so we you use your imagination will you kind of home things for four they're riding like we edit out things that you might have written be a little less free or is that the art of it finding that you read them in those can confined yeah you're hopeful that you can somehow get your voice in the area in a way that doesn't distract so that you know people like nick is another example i remember was people would always say oh i read a specs grip and it was a seinfeld and there was a fantasy sequence and again that's a bad specs gripped because there wouldn't they never did come right been did so it's that i come to create he wrote and created rescue me i had worked i'd worked with dennis leery we did a show for abc regretfully that was called the job which was a really funny funny halfhour by of the first ingle camera halfhour comedies dennis had done a movie a remake of the thomas crown affair in which he played a detective and they assigned a new york city detective to be his technical adviser and this guy's life was like crazy i think maybe if i'm getting it right he was divorced but lived across the street from his ex wife so he could see the kids but he was also spying it was it was crazy i might be getting that ron so we did that show and it was a season and a half and while i and i was directing episode to the show and i with directing an episode on nine eleven and that touched off a whole week of you know trying to get the shooting in new jersey trying to get back into the city whatever and at one.

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"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"Because i am so it seemed so it didn't push you know it certainly didn't push it made it made the audience come to it the instant envoy we ever yeah yeah you know it it interesting question that i've always wondered about when you're writing for a show that you did not create this so there are these characters and you have to work inside of this world that someone else has created how does one a prepare like how do you know what to write for these characters you know 'cause you have to get a sense of their internal life and your dropping in in a world that you didn't create yeah how does that work can is there an easy explanation i think it'd probably goes back to sort of the whole 'spect script idea and i don't know that that still use nowadays i people still right specs but they also do a lot more original writing to try and get work but the idea of a specs grip was to show that you could do those two things that you could one was be funny and right well and all that but that you could write somebody else's characters and somebody else's so so again dyin english who created murphy brown i know for a fact that if you center a script and there was a character named elden who was the painter who lived in murphy's house never went away his character name is i believe i'm going to get this probably backwards but e l d o n and if you set a speck script in and it was spelled e l d i n into the trash while she stopped reading you she said you didn't care enough to get it right so why should i read it which makes sense yeah makes sense unless it was a typographical and she missed a great piece around pigs.

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"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"It's that kind of thing so you you had you're working in new york when the stage you got agents they saw your work there yeah and then um that some success off broadway and then you had things lined up when you came to la with your specs grip i think so i think i had been approached by producers because of the plays offbroadway right and i didn't want to go to la i had that very sort of eastern kind of snop can like oh well that's television that's not for me the theater my god venpres the area and event that existed until not that long ago it really down you know major stars won at work until of course only a few years ago they did the remember in i think it's an anti hall where does it isn't orlando about they don't have garbage out there they recycling making the television yeah that's a really eastern attitude you know so i didn't go but i was i was approaching thirty and things were not looking too bright so i wrote that spec and based on the speck in on a play i'd written fourplace that had been produced by the time all off offbroadway well and the last play that i wrote was the most the most accomplished of them or at least the most adult and they sent out the play and the specs crippen i had meetings everywhere it was fantastic great it was great and the next to the next chapter had as a result of those meetings was can't with carol with car yeah it was supposed to be murphy brian oddly enough i wrote to episodes of murphy brown the season i wasn't there i mean i went to i think diane said okay can you come and i said i can't i had to take a job and she goes well can you ask them if it would be okay if you wrote and i felt does that ever happened while and were they produced a yes they were to episodes in the third season before i joined the show in the fourth season now that never happened never happens somebody was very kind and allowing that to happen we writing is great wellness thank you there's that make.

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"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"Alan mowbray wellknown british actor game somebody i sometimes have remember her name sometimes i note and charles chaplain i have just noticed in the program that that sydney chaplain who turned out to be a son was in the was a performer so that's why mr chaplain was there with a day may whitty no well that's the only it they will it was not dame judi dench peterson would have been no should hook game yet exactly anyway when it was all over charlie chaplin said that he the only we could pay back for the amount to a detainment he enjoyed that evening was to do something himself nobody leap left at me there was no backstage so the cast came out sat on the floor in front of us and he did a pantomime of a of a little guy the trap a train a meal a letter across the way you know 10 feet away in a high winds yeah but welcome do la welcome to the hollywood as charles chapman does some minutes for that is crazy i think i i did we are very new book so i think i remember that so all of this to this point is old hat i had that same experiences you're driving down those treelined stroyev driving up i remember i'll never forget driving up p c h and and surfers like real surfers in and i thought the saint that how long is this going going on like that mix with wild this is real the stuff that i've seen on tv yeah and you always hearing lyrics you know the air is perfumed and things like and it is but that was the first time that i went oh my god the irs perfume thisiis there's something happy here but i had come out too i think i was going to work on murphy brown and i had made the big mistake of actually writing a murphy brown specs grip region always told don't write us specs rip for the show you want to work on that i was always hawking my agents and i and i was lucky because i did have agents because of the act and i say.

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"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"tolan" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"And we ever had any problem 2017 was a breeze 2018 looks like it's set up to be another easy going here and our first guest on all of the above at podcast one is uh one of the great guy said the westworld are rolling on him some weeks months maybe months we happened to be working together and we're doing a new show uh were doing a pilot for nbc about uh i don't know if he's of the generation yet uh seems to be a younger man than you and i know not for new uh but now he's coming in theory region areas on i'm a fan of his work i've known as work go let's talk about that before it comes at dawn i remain here yeah we have to analyze this code analyze this n analyzed that i want to find out how they come up with at second title i mean that was you know she's a lotta great tv and stephane here is and he is peter turbulent and whether item we'll be dan television very glad to be here wide what as you say i am always glad to see you and always better for it i said that well you said that i said i'm glad to see you in so you're going to see me but i'm very glad to hear that yeah so peter toeman my working on guess who died for nbc a pilot and who did we just nbc just announce who we cast yes we've we've cast hector alessando in hawlan taylor while we got a great couple at the center of this so yet excited about that i'm about that during the in the course of the first episode uh what what to joe is all about a very is very much realized in that first episode yeah and uh peter about about british style 100 it all come about for you i don't know i mean i'm still thinking about about how that happened um i wanted to be an actor and i was really terrible in i was really bad actor and i flunked out of college and ended up at a theatre in minneapolis an improv theater call dudley rigs brave new workshop and did a lot.

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"tolan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"tolan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thought but why did mcnamara ask you these questions if you're already given the best answers you could to the press secretary every day y to this day i don't know mcnamara initially just said answer those questions then after this group of six that i had assembled schmooze the battle for several days we decided while you know might be interesting if we could look back into the files and maybe give more indepth answers to the questions we had been answering more or less from our daily experience and inevitably you're at the back into the history we wrote up a list of about twenty some marred monographs short papers that's really what the pentagon papers this budget short papers i sent the memo to mcnamara and he wrote on that memo okay let it be encyclopaedic and led to chips fall where they may but we were still enjoined from telling people about it the only ones who really new per cia meg because mcnamara called the head of the cia richard helms and helms shipped over to me an enormous quantity of these documents from the cia but he never called dean rusk the secretary of state never cold war rostow national security adviser told tolan than johnson the notion that this was a definitive history it just plain wrong brooke because we didn't have that kind of access and we never were allowed to do any interviews whom and you are a 30yearold punk pretty matthaeusmeier years as director of policy planning in the pentagon it was your team who came up with the eye dea of writing these short papers which became the pentagon papers confirmed suggested it's also suggested in the new filmed the post that mcnamara commission to this study as a cautionary tale for those who might follow in his footsteps and so what do you think of that narrative i think it's an explanation bob murphy mira came up with after the fat he told some people that he was doing this to save future leaders from making the same mistakes and he told others who didn't like it for example he told the rust that he never ask for these studies he just wanted a collection of documents how long did it take started enjoy a sixty seven finished in february sixty nine and when it was all done here we had these thirty six volumes which very few people who've written about the benaco on papers.

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"tolan" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"tolan" Discussed on The Food Chain

"Before packing in tolan to pursue have real passion in life redefining nigerian food let's start with you in key why do you think that so many african cuisines all yet to be embraced across the globe somehow food about since i was about fifteen when we moved here i couldn't understand why my durham food wasn't out there same as indian and chinese i think part of the problem then at least lose availability of ingredients i do remember my mom and her friends swapping tips on how to use ingredients in different ways so for instance they would use oatmeal will flow to stick uncertain casseroles because they couldn't get the actual thickness so i think that's probably one of the problems is not so much so now in london because ingredients are much more readily available so then i think we also have to look towards ourselves i find even now that a lot of nigerian african restaurants not really appealing there's no curb appeal and even when you go in the staff and not always as friendly the as you may think it would be the food is not always wellpresented fair what do you think about that you're i think do professionalism the service to prison titian absolutely but there's another another reason i think where africa hasn't taken off in a way that it should be a zone the perception of africa you know that africa is often seen as the continent of feminine of scarcity diesel is difficult for people to conceive as this continent that we bring a desirable cuisine and thus very unfair to the continent called africa greeted has influenced many greek regions of this world you know i leaving the united states and i think the most interesting part of american cuisine is the southern cuisine that with a strong african influence you see dishes that have travelled from all over west african nigeria senegal and you can see them directly in louisiana in southern queasy you can see them throughout latin america where days navigating not enough credits for africa which is a terrible in new york.

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"tolan" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"tolan" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Because i can't do anything with six accurate that's not his game give his lead those gather played new england skip they know what they're going to get into goal here i think eight now allege sean payton tolan now we're running back by committee and it goes varied from weak the week but if he told him i'm gonna give you ask amount out of touchable you're going to be the guy and that's not happening i can understand why adrian peterson repeals when typed away but it's not easy being the man to be one of the mere moon can you imagine back in the days of the michael vic experience in atalanta ga if dan reeves it said had clover and sit down for a series i just want you to cool off a little bit and think about what's happening you would have been out of your mind as you're flow man you you you are the marocco lawyers sweat you're in you have momentum in a bills every series you get more more comfortable with the speed of the game until it's like they talk about the thought of no thought were you don't even need to think in which is happening well that's adrian peterson it's all he's ever known in what just tore me a part about last night was the first player of the game first play in near odds bohm up the gut and he must have carried the whole defense for the last five you don't think he was pumped up igor to do what you said that he wanted to do to show up galvin cook back in his old stomping grounds and that was basically the end of the night for adrian as we knew and loved it got one more carry which he got the first down in insurance like.

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"tolan" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"tolan" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"A replaying p e because we will thomas begley and this is not a spike lee joined by the way is not if we have established that the rally in a couple of weeks a on behalf of colin kaepernick is not a spike lee joint he is just in support of the rally are we are joined in studio by producer mike tolan a you know his world including varsity blues in summer catch with friend of espn la ferdi prince junior nice thank you auburn ringing him to the world has fairly dylan and doing raymond for is doing fantastic lot of gaming a lot of voice work and spinning rod time playing video games due is martial arts and cooking right any do freddy is a man of many talents vasev in the producer of several thirty for 30 documentaries the documentary iverson and you've got a new espn documentary coming out the morningside five i just found out qissan was arrival from from cost town dorsey houllier's well not really a rival but you could call it arrival i guess because it's close yeah so can you break down for us the story of morningside five with what exactly is about well it's 25 years first of all i guess that's what sits it off from other docks i've never seen one hoop dreams kinda broke ground by going five years with those guys from chicago we are we started the same year the 92 93 season mornings at how was it fending state champ now morningside already had a great rep because they have byron skied an lg plants in on i know are no by no the history of warnings i write unequivocally those guys away older me come on serve at that but they were coming back as defending stay temps in all five starters had been junior so they come back and like they're all going to get the full rides to de one schools in the obviously going to walk out of their way to another state title.

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