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Podcast #686: The Psychology of Boredom

When we experience boredom, we tend to experience it as uncomfortable and agitating, and seek to banish it with some ready distraction. Or, we try to look at boredom sort of piously, as something we should learn to sit with, because it builds character. My guest today would argue that it’s best to see boredom more neutrally — as simply an important signal that we need to change up what we’re doing, and become more effective and engaged in the world. His name is James Danckert, and he’s a co...
Tags: Life, James, A Man's Life, James James, James Danckert


Wesley Matthews’ patience pays off for Lakers

Since Wesley Matthews was benched Jan. 28, the Lakers have practiced only once. With no playing time and no practice time, how does a player like Matthews stay sharp? It was largely up to the 34-year-old, who scrimmaged with assistant coaches Miles Simon and Jon Pastorek, trading offensive and defensive possessions in one-on-one matchups on game nights when he knew he probably wouldn’t play. For Matthews, who played in 82 games as an undrafted rookie and since has really only been derailed by in...
Tags: Milwaukee, Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Nba, Tom Brady, Detroit, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, James, Lakers, Oklahoma City, Alexander, The Lakers, Brady, Matthews


LeBron James, Anthony Davis help Lakers survive Grizzlies

Lakers forward Anthony Davis handles the ball as Grizzlies guard Dillon Brooks defends during the first half of Tuesday’s game in Memphis, Tenn. (AP Photo/Brandon Dill) Memphis Grizzlies forward Kyle Anderson (1) handles the ball against Los Angeles Lakers center Marc Gasol (14) in the first half of an NBA basketball game Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021, in Memphis, Tenn. (AP Photo/Brandon Dill) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Los Angeles Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma (0) dunks the b...
Tags: Sports, Memphis Grizzlies, Sport, Soccer, Davis, Nba, Lebron James, Anthony Davis, Memphis, Los Angeles Lakers, James, Lakers, Jonas Valanciunas, The Lakers, Grizzlies, Kyle Anderson


Podcast #638: How Changing Your Breathing Can Change Your Life

When we think about improving our health, we typically think about altering our diet, trying to exercise more, and taking vitamins and supplements. But my guest today argues that none of that stuff really matters if we haven’t improved something even more foundational: our breathing. His name is James Nestor and his latest book is Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art. At the beginning of our conversation, James explains why he paid thousands of dollars to have his nose plugged up, and what h...
Tags: Wellness, Life, James, Health & Sports, James James, James Nestor, James on Instagram James on Twitter Listen


Damian Lillard, Trail Blazers down Lakers in Game 1 with fourth-quarter rally

Los Angeles Lakers forward Markieff Morris battles on the floor for a loose ball with Portland Trail Blazers forward Carmelo Anthony , beneath, during the second half of an NBA basketball game Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2020, in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis, Pool) Los Angeles Lakers forward Anthony Davis (3) slam dunks over Portland Trail Blazers forward Mario Hezonja (44) during the second half of an NBA basketball game Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2020, in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Ash...
Tags: Florida, Sports, Memphis Grizzlies, Sport, Ap, Soccer, Portland, Davis, Nba, San Antonio Spurs, Lebron James, Anthony Davis, Kobe Bryant, Oakland, Los Angeles Lakers, Rajon Rondo


Lakers stunned by Damian Lillard and the Trail Blazers’ fourth-quarter rally

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — There’s a saying that time is undefeated. In the NBA bubble, Dame Time is 8-2. For days, the Lakers have said they don’t face a regular first-round matchup in these playoffs, and Game 1 showed they were right. Damian Lillard, the hot-shooting Portland star who has scored more points than anyone else this summer, fired a fourth-quarter 3-point shot a step shy of the halfcourt with just over three minutes to go — the key three of his 34 points. It lit a 11-4 final rally th...
Tags: Florida, Sports, Memphis Grizzlies, Sport, Ap, Soccer, Portland, Davis, Nba, San Antonio Spurs, Lebron James, Anthony Davis, Kobe Bryant, Oakland, Orlando Magic, Los Angeles Lakers


Inventorship: “Conclusory and Self-Serving Testimony is Insufficient”

Gregory James v. J2 Cloud Services (Fed. Cir. 2020) James filed this change-of-inventorship lawsuit against the patent owner (Advanced Messaging Tech.). James alleged that he was the sole inventor of U.S. Patent No. 6,208,638 and that his name should replace that of Jaye Muller and Jack Rieley. The listed inventors – Rieley and Muller are famous in the music world.  Rieley was the Beach Boy’s manager in the 1970s and co-wrote many songs with them as part of their “revival.” Muller (“J”) is a Ger...
Tags: Law, Patent, James, Müller, Federal Circuit, James James, Gregory James, J2 Cloud Services Fed, Advanced Messaging Tech James, Jaye Muller, Jack Rieley, Rieley, JFAX, Rieley Muller


Podcast #598: Journeying From the First to the Second Half of Life

Have you come to a point in your life where the pursuits of your younger years no longer seem meaningful or satisfying? Maybe it’s time for you to transition from the first half of your life to the second. My guest today has spent decades helping people, particularly men, make this passage. His name is James Hollis and he’s a Jungian analyst and the author of over a dozen books, including Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life. We begin our conversation with a brief overview of what makes...
Tags: Podcast, Life, Jim, Carl Jung, Erich Fromm, A Man's Life, Ivan Ilyich, James James, Herman Hesse, James Hollis, Tolstoy Henry Moore Begin With the End


11 Reasons Not to Become Famous (or “A Few Lessons Learned Since 2007”)

November of 2008. I had more hair, a flip phone, and absolutely no idea what was coming. “Let the cymbals of popularity tinkle still. Let the butterflies of fame glitter with their wings. I shall envy neither their music nor their colors.” – John AdamsLetters of John Adams: Addressed to His Wife “If I’m not famous by 30, I might as well put a bullet in my head.” That’s an actual sentence I spoke to one of my closest friends. At the time, I was 28. Fortunately, unlike during my dar...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Hollywood, Texas, Beyonce, Molly, Wikipedia, New York City, US, Lifestyle, Fbi, Austin, Idaho, Fame, Bill Murray, Jim Carrey


Podcast #570: St. Augustine’s Real-World Spirituality for Restless Hearts

Do you feel restless? Have you ever lied in bed at night looking up at the ceiling wondering “Is this all there is to life?” Or have you ever achieved a big goal in life only to feel let down? Over 1500 years ago, Catholic bishop, philosopher and theologian Augustine of Hippo had those same feelings of angst and wrote down some insights on how to deal with them and they’re just as relevant today as they were then.  My guest today has written a book about Augustine’s ancient insights on the an...
Tags: Podcast, Life, Philosophy, Catholic, Jack Kerouac, James, Mankind, St Augustine, Nietzsche, Augustine, Camus, James James, Martin Heidegger, James K A Smith, Zicam, Heidegger Sartre


LeBron James goes head-to-head with Chicago heckler

Heckling LeBron James is pretty much a Chicago tradition at this point and sure enough, the boo birds were out for James on Tuesday night. One fan learned the hard way what happens when you verbally joust with Mr. James. James' comeback, "Your lady embarrassed to be with you," gets a particularly big reaction from the small throng of fans, with Anthony Davis even letting loose a small chuckle.
Tags: News, Chicago, Basketball, Lebron James, Anthony Davis, James, James James


Sweet baby James is in critical need of a donor organ — while he waits, he’s showered with love

You could call this column a tale of twin babies, one healthy, the other desperately fighting for his life and in need of a liver transplant. But this story isn’t only about little James Quinn, who patiently waits for a liver while a dedicated staff at UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital nurtures him and keeps him alive. At its heart, this column is about the tens of thousands of people in this nation who will die if they don’t receive a healthy organ from a donor. That’s right, donor organs matter....
Tags: News, Sport, Soccer, North Carolina, Mom, Ucla, James, James Quinn, Huntington Beach, U S Department of Health and Human Services, Hendrix, Whittier, Hendricks, Department of Health and Human Services, Crohn, Chapman University


LeBron James catches Michael Jordan after a lifelong pursuit

LOS ANGELES — Click. Click. Click. In his right hand, LeBron James clicked a tape cutter while he spoke for 12 minutes after the Lakers’ 115-99 loss to the Denver Nuggets. For all of James’ tics and rituals, he rarely fidgets. “I am sorry that I am clicking this thing a lot but it’s keeping me calm,” James said. “It’s just, it’s just… you guys have no idea, man.” James was talking about Michael Jordan, the man whose shadow makes the 34-year-old star feel like a kid again. Even as James eclipsed ...
Tags: Germany, Sports, Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Michael Jordan, Nba, Jesus, Espn, Jordan, Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Chicago Bulls, Cleveland, Michael


Podcast #470: A Proven System for Building and Breaking Habits

It’s a new year and if you’re like millions of people around the world, you’re likely making goals to create some new habits or to break some bad ones. But if you’re also like millions of people around the world, your attempts at making and breaking habits will usually fail after just a few weeks of flailing effort, and you’ll probably think your lack of willpower is to blame. My guest today argues that it isn’t truly a lack of willpower that’s holding you back from your habit goals, it’s the...
Tags: Podcast, Life, Habits, Personal Development, Squarespace, James, Tim Ferriss, James Clear, Alexander Graham Bell, Charles Duhigg, A Man's Life, James James, James on Twitter James on Instagram Listen


Family alerted to burglars roaming tented condo

OCEANSIDE, Calif. (KGTV) - An Oceanside homeowner got a shock at work when his phone alerted him to intruders inside his tented condo.James says around 5 in the morning in late September, his heart dropped when the security alert showed him a real-time image: an intruder, wearing a headlamp in his 11-year-old daughter's bedroom."Seeing a stranger in my house, especially my daughter's room, is very nerve wracking," said James.His daughter wasn't home. No one was. His condo, along with...
Tags: News, James Brown, James, Oceanside, Oceanside Calif, Oceanside Police, James James, James His, Pamilla Del Oro, James Police


[SHOT 2018] Newest Generation of the CAA Micro Roni

In this SHOT coverage from James, James visits with his friend Hayim at CAA to (ENTHUSIASTICALLY!) get the news on the RONI expansion and modifications for this year. From CAA’s press release: The Micro RONI® is the newest compact addition for a pistol carbine conversion kit. The light and sturdy platform for your various glocks […] Read More … The post [SHOT 2018] Newest Generation of the CAA Micro Roni appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Caa, SHOT Show, Pistols, Other Gear & Gadgets, TFBTV, NFA / Suppressors / Class III, Roni, James James, SHOT Show 2018, Hayim


"I wanted to be able to present a theater piece that was a little more intense."

Says Jenna Carol, owner of the dance studio Express Yourself in Madison, about the show "Spring Awakening," which opens this week at the Bartell Theatre here in Madison, reports the Cap Times:Among her 27 actors, more than 20 are minors, some as young as 15.... With themes of incest, sexual abuse, suicide and abortion... [t]ypically the show is cast with college-age performers...“We’re pushing the envelope,” Carol said. “We are not cutting anything — the songs, the content in script is still goi...
Tags: Education, Law, Sex, Teenagers, Language, Theater, Madison, Harper, Carol, University Of Michigan, Roy Moore, HANNITY, Melchior, Meade, Ann Althouse, James James


James McAvoy Described His Craziest Pubic Hair Story & It's Aaawkward

James McAvoy's currently sporting a bald head for X-Men: Dark Phoenix, but as it turns out, that's not the only body part he's shaved. On Wednesday's The Late Show, he told Stephen Colbert a story about shaving his pubes for the first time at his grandparents' house, Entertainment Weekly reports, and it is good. And by good, we mean painfully awkward."Does the carpet match the lack of drapes?" Colbert asked. "It's a natural question," McAvoy joked before launching into the story. "I actually di...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Kim Kardashian, Stephen Colbert, Colbert, James McAvoy, Entertainment Weekly, Simon, McAvoy, James James, Gisele BündchenWe


Life Hasn’t Made Sense Since We Learned There Are Two Harry Potters

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Tags: News, Harry Potter, Harry, Huffington Post, Hermione Granger, Elyse Wanshel, Henry, Rowling, Potter, J K Rowling, Muggles, James James, Lily Evans, Archer Evermonde, Helga Katrin, Harry Potter Tattoos


Ellie Kemper's Baby Only Calms Down When He Sees Allison Williams

Ellie Kemper’s baby is keeping his parents busy. Appearing on “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” the actress talked about her adventures as a new mom. Kemper and her husband, Michael Koman, have a 10-month-old son named James. “James is a ... spirited child,” she told Meyers. On a flight to Los Angeles a couple of months ago, Kemper and Koman struggled to calm their fussy baby, but nothing worked ... until they showed him the airline magazine with Allison Williams on the cover.  “Her gorgeous face ...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Williams, Allison Williams, Seth Meyers, Ellie Kemper, Huffington Post, James, Caroline Bologna, Meyers, Koman, Kemper, James James, Michael Koman


How to Get a Non-Immigrant O-1 Visa for the USA

Yah. We are going back to the US on an O-1 visa How can we get back to the US? This has been the question we’ve repeatedly asked since we first moved back from the States in 2006 after living in Raleigh, North Carolina for two years. We tried one option – invest in property. Thanks to the Global Financial Crisis and some stupid real estate decisions on our behalf that one failed miserably. You can read more about that disastrous episode in our life in detail here.  We resorted to the next optio...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Utah, Usa, Hollywood, Pinterest, Australia, Entrepreneurship, US, Blogging, United States, Hawaii, Sydney, States, North America, Skype


The Leading Candidates for NBA MVP this season

We’re now approaching the business end of the NBA season and the race for the playoffs is starting to take shape. Defending champions and tipsters favourites Cleveland Cavaliers are once again in the hunt for glory but the Golden State Warriors will take some beating with the likes of Kevin Durant and former MVP Stephen Curry in fine form. This year, Curry hasn’t quite hit the heights of last season but Durant’s impact since moving from Oklahoma City Thunder has helped the Warriors to build a m...
Tags: Boston, Isaiah Thomas, Oklahoma City Thunder, Sport, More, Spurs, Michael Jordan, Nba, Tim Duncan, Cleveland Cavaliers, Houston, Oklahoma, Cleveland, Houston Rockets, Hall of Fame, San Antonio


With Greater Age Comes Greater Joy

W e were made to exist within time, to age as we progress through the years allotted to us. As we age, we experience tremendous sorrows—the sorrows of weakness, weariness, reaping, mortality, and fear. But we do not experience only sorrows. We experience joys as well. Some of these extend to believer and unbeliever alike, but God reserves the choicest of his joys for those who live for his glory. (Have you read parts one and two of this series about aging? You can find them here: Aging Graceful...
Tags: Aging, Articles, Blogging, Spirit, Jesus, Christian, Christ, Lord, Corinthians, Timothy, PAUL, Simeon, James James


CAA Micro-RONI Pistol Chassis | SHOT 2017

In this piece of SHOT coverage from James, James visits with Hayim at CAA to get the news on the RONI expansion and modifications for this year. MSRP on the new models starts at $250. From CAA’s press release: The Micro RONI® is the newest compact addition for a pistol carbine conversion kit. The light […] Read More … The post CAA Micro-RONI Pistol Chassis | SHOT 2017 appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Companies, Caa, SHOT Show, Pistols, Rifles, Other Gear & Gadgets, TFBTV, Guns & Gear, NFA / Suppressors / Class III, James James


Chelsea decide sensational swap deal is their best option [Mail]

The best solution? Chelsea have decided that their best option to deal with the situation surrounding Real Madrid’s interest in Thibaut Courtois is to agree to a swap deal involving James Rodriguez according to the Daily Mail. For some time now the Blues have fended off interest from Real Madrid for Thibaut Courtois and after the Spanish side’s latest overtures, have decided that it is futile to keep hold of a player who may decide to leave – if they can cash in and land someone they think coul...
Tags: News, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Real Madrid, James Rodriguez, Petr Cech, Thibaut Courtois, Courtois, James, Zidane, James James


2016 in Review: My Year in Movies and TV

At the start of 2016 I decided to make an effort to watch more movies, as I’d more or less lost the habit in recent years. The intention was to watch one movie a week; when I look at my Letterboxd diary I see that in reality I didn’t even quite manage one every fortnight — but still, that’s over twenty movies I probably wouldn’t have watched otherwise. It was worth doing, and I intend to keep up the effort in 2017.In January I started making my way through this Indiewire list of the best women...
Tags: Books, New York, Cdc, Billie, America, Netflix, Tumblr, United, Mustang, James, Sao Paulo, Angela Davis, Hearst, Sofia, Indiewire, David Simon


Maybe Faith Isn’t What We Thought It Was

The following is my chapter from my new upcoming eBook, Where’s God? To get a free copy of this book when it releases, join my FREE Unfiltered email list. The book includes chapters by 21 Christian leaders and thinkers from diverse theological perspectives and backgrounds, all responding to the agony of unanswered prayer. What follow is my chapter in the book. Maybe Faith Isn’t What We Thought It Was by Frank Viola So you’re facing a monumental crisis. Either in your own life or in someone else...
Tags: Kingdom, Religion, Job, Santa Claus, Jesus, John, Christ, Matthew, Bethesda, Corinthians, Lisbon, James, Jesus Christ, Peter, Lazarus, Mark


This Bride’s Grandma? Best. Officiant. Ever.

This wedding is what bespoke celebrations are all about. It’s one part Southern and one part Scottish as a nod to the bride’s family heritage. But my very favorite detail? The grandmother of the bride didn’t just attend the wedding, she actually married them. Talk about a day to remember. Vicki Grafton photographed, Monachetti filmed, and we’re headed straight to The Vault. Please upgrade your browser Share this gorgeous gallery on   Colors...
Tags: Post, California, Boston, Virginia, Dating, Capitol Hill, Dc, Romantic, James, The Blog, Dupont Circle, Margot, Oatlands, Glover Park, Real Weddings, Peter Langner


Wednesdays with James: Lesson Four

Solitude, Chagall Ordinary Time provides an opportunity for those who follow the liturgical year to take a different direction in their approach to the Scriptures. In Ordinary Time, we go week by week, examining how we might live the life we share together in Christ. Ordinary Time is therefore a good season for the Church to study books of the Bible, in particular the epistles, which were written to various congregations and individuals to guide them in the Christ-life. Our study this summer is...
Tags: Israel, Religion, Jerusalem, Palestine, Christianity, Jesus, Christ, James, Jesus Christ, Bible Study, Peter, Gentile, Ordinary Time, James James


How James Horner Convinced Antoine Fuqua to Make ‘The Magnificent Seven’ and Contributed to the Score

Before composer James Horner tragically passed away last summer, he was working on a gift for filmmaker Antoine Fuqua. Last year, Fuqua and Horner collaborated on the boxing drama, Southpaw, and the two had discussed reuniting for the upcoming remake of The Magnificent Seven. Without seeing any footage — or really discussing the potential score with Fuqua, either — Horner went ahead and starting composing music for the film, much to Fuqua’s surprise. The composer’s generosity didn’t stop there,...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Western, Ethan Hawke, Chris Pratt, Antoine, MGM, James, James Horner, Horner, Antoine Fuqua, Denzel, Calabasas, Fuqua, Action/Adventure, James James