35 Burst results for "12 My"

China Launches 3-Man Crew to Its New Space Station

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 2 hrs ago

China Launches 3-Man Crew to Its New Space Station

"Five years, blasting off into bright police skies with near perfect visibility. The rocket headed into space from the Jiuquan Launch Center in northwestern China on the edge of the Gobi Desert. The three astronauts traveling in the Shenzhou 12 spaceship docked with China's new Chang, his space station about six hours after takeoff. The two veteran astronauts in a newcomer making his first space flight will stay in the main living compartment of the core module for three months. The mission marks a milestone in the country's ambitious space program. I'm Karen Shamas Unemployment benefits claims rose last week for

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"12 my" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

Dark Air with Terry Carnation

01:42 min | 9 hrs ago

"12 my" Discussed on Dark Air with Terry Carnation

"No no no. I won't let them make me into a goddamn pod person. Come here you are not my zach. Notch. oh what the hell is this. I tripped and broke my fall with the vending machine. Got destroy finally freedom the wind blowing my fangs. The open road spilling out before me but even with the roasted coconut and peanut butter.

China Launches First Crew To Live On New Space Station

The Dan Proft Show

00:11 sec | 11 hrs ago

China Launches First Crew To Live On New Space Station

"The first three man crew to its new space station and its ambitious program. The astronauts are traveling in the Shenzhou 12. Spaceship. Breaking news and analysis

CDC Has Declared Coronavirus Delta Variant a 'Variant of Concern'

News, Traffic and Weather

00:36 sec | 11 hrs ago

CDC Has Declared Coronavirus Delta Variant a 'Variant of Concern'

"Its reopening Tuesday night with a series of fireworks displays throughout the state. A B C's Andrew Dim Bert has more the celebrations come even as health officials warn about a new variant of the coronavirus spreading in the U. S. The CDC now officially declaring the Delta variant first seen in India, a variant of concern. It's more contagious, but the vaccines do appear to be effective against it. Still, doctors say it's important to monitor how the variant spreads among Children under 12, who are not yet eligible for the vaccine. A clinical trial looking for a treatment for Covid 19

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Mahle Fans 12, Reds Silence Brewers' Bats Again in 2-1 Win

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 16 hrs ago

Mahle Fans 12, Reds Silence Brewers' Bats Again in 2-1 Win

"The Reds won for the eleventh time in thirteen games as Tyler Molly tied his career high with twelve strikeouts in a two to one decision over the brewers Molly allowed three hits and a pair of walks over six innings Tucker Barnhart doubled home the tie breaking run to send Cincinnati to its sixth straight win and a three game sweep the walkie total just nine hits and four runs in the series the brewers scored their lone run in the third one Christian Yelich drove in Daniel Vogelbach with a single to right losing pitcher Freddy Peralta struck out six over six innings without walking a batter I'm Dave Ferrie

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Lindsey Baum Murder: Cold Case Arrest for 2003 Rape Potentially Connected

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Lindsey Baum Murder: Cold Case Arrest for 2003 Rape Potentially Connected

"Case might be linked to the murder of Lindsay Bomb who disappeared from a clearly nearly 12 years ago. Several radios. Hannah's got has details. 10 year old Lindsay bomb disappeared as she was walking home from a friend's house back in 2000 and nine in 2000 and 18 Grays Harbor County Sheriff Rick Scott delivered the grim news. We've brought Lindsay home. We've recovered her now. Earlier this month, Grays Harbor sheriff's say they arrested a man in connection with a 2003 cold case. Rape with the help of genetic genealogy. Paul Beaker lived in McCleery in 2003 when a 17 year old was raped in that cold gaze. And now, investigators say, There's enough similarities between Lindsay's case and the 2003 case, but they're looking into a possible connection. The suspect was in McLeary the day Lindsay bomb disappeared. Our

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Vladimir Putin Is a Thug and the U.S. Cannot Show Weakness

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | 1 d ago

Vladimir Putin Is a Thug and the U.S. Cannot Show Weakness

"How do you explain this morning when they're in Geneva? They're not in Russia. At the Russian security teams kicking out the American press. I'm telling you why it was all agreed to in advance. The Russians probably said Yeah, yeah, sure. 12 and 12 winking or not, folks. Yeah, sure. 12 and 12. And then they probably put out the command from up top. Hey, the American press people. This will be on live video. I want to show right away who is in charge with Biden? I want you to kick them out and have the Russians kick out the Americans. Again, folks. Little things you notice when you've been behind the scenes with with this kind of operation for a while. Had been to Russia twice. I'd work with the Russians and the Czech Republic again. I don't find their security teams that impressive. I found others far better. The Israelis. The checks were great, but they always want parody. It's an act. It's an act. They do. They agreed to these press people in there. There's no question in my mind. They agreed to it knowing they were going to pull this stunt this morning so Putin could look like a tough guy on the cameras. Hey, we'll kick out whoever we want double barreled middle finger to the American security team in Biden, we're going to Make you look stupid in front of your own press corps. Who needs a thug folks. He's a thug. He's always been a thug. He has people working for him who are thugs. He has always been a thug. And they're pressed their end up and the press staffer got steamrolled this morning. I have no doubt. You got to do with our remember what? Who was the one? Uh gosh, we were They were over on that that South Korea North Korea Summit. She's grabbed the press and hold them and that's what you have to do. Well. Stephanie Grisham. Yes, that's right. That's right. Glad Jim, producer Jim to the rescue. The V O g in my ear. Very nice. Stephanie Grisham grabs our press flips the double barrel middle finger to the the North Koreans that says we're getting in that room. You can't establish weakness in front of these people.

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Rents for single-family homes just saw the largest gains in nearly 15 years

C-SPAN Programming

00:13 sec | 1 d ago

Rents for single-family homes just saw the largest gains in nearly 15 years

"Single family homes saw the largest gain in nearly 15 years up by more than 5% of the last 12 months. And if you're renting, you're seeing an increase between 2.5 to 4%. Finally Mackensie Scott, the

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Kamala Harris Promoting 'Reimagine' Marxist Rhetoric

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 1 d ago

Kamala Harris Promoting 'Reimagine' Marxist Rhetoric

"Harris. True to form We must reimagine our economy. Ladies and gentlemen, yes. Reimagine immigration. We must reimagine And one of the people who push this the most. As a woman you'll learn about. She has since deceased. Iconic in professorial circles as One of the lead quote unquote thinkers about how to promote Marxism in, uh in the classroom. And not just Marxism, but activism based on Marxism. And she was talking all the time about Reimagining reimagining. Re imaging re imaging. So here's Kamala Harris cut 12 go as we begin to emerge from the pandemic. We have the opportunity to take stock of where we've been. And where we're going. And so this much is clear. The pandemic exposed the flaws, the fishers and some of the failures in our economy. No, it didn't. It exposed the flaws, the figures and failures. In our political system. They're power hungry thugs grabbed as much of our liberty as they possibly could. Little third world dictator types all over the country. Didn't show up. Flaws, fishers and fellows for our economy. My God, the economy kept chugging along. It was it was handicapped as a result of what state governments were doing to it. But if anything had showed how magnificent our economic system is, But

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Vaccinations Clear the Way for Vermont to Lift COVID-19 Restrictions

Morning Edition

01:46 min | 2 d ago

Vaccinations Clear the Way for Vermont to Lift COVID-19 Restrictions

"Vaccination campaign. Not only did we lead the United States, but Vermont is now a global leader and vaccinations to defeat Covid 1980% of the states eligible population. Those 12 and over have received at least one dose. The White House has touted Vermont success as it pushes to have the whole country reached 70% vaccination by July. 4th Liam Elder Connors from member station Vermont. Public Radio joins us now. Good morning, Liam. Good morning. What does it mean for Vermont to drop all covid 19 restrictions? Well, things were already somewhat loosened here in this state. You know, the masking mandate had already been relaxed a little bit. But now there are no limits on gatherings or capacity caps for events and restaurants, and any masking and distancing requirements are now gone. And this wasn't a completely unexpected change. These restrictions were going away by July 4th. But when the states saw that The vaccination rate was going up so quickly, Governor Phil Scott said. Once we have that 80% mark, he would drop all restrictions. And so we hit that yesterday and here's the governor dropping those restrictions at a press conference. I'm lifting all remaining state pandemic restrictions in state of emergency will formally and at midnight. June 15th tomorrow. And here's why. Because it's safe to do so. And it's safe because Vermonters have done their part to keep the virus from spreading. And stepping up to get vaccinated should say the only real exceptions are for some federal rules like masking is still required on public transportation. And as we heard there, Liam, the governor is also letting the state of emergency expire in Vermont. What is the effect of that change?

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Streaming is Your Gaming Gateway - DTNS 4051 - burst 12

Daily Tech News Show

00:16 sec | 2 d ago

Streaming is Your Gaming Gateway - DTNS 4051 - burst 12

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Rep. Byron Donalds on the Harms of Critical Race Theory

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 3 d ago

Rep. Byron Donalds on the Harms of Critical Race Theory

"Children were at home. And parents had an opportunity to really see what was happening in the classroom. You know, there's it's been probably about 10, maybe 15 years now that the public school system basically has done away with homework, kids don't bring homework home anymore. They don't bring the textbooks home, so your kid comes home and you're kind of like How was school? It was good, and then they go on to play. Um and you never really get any other detailed information will now kids are at home and welcome. Parents were able to see this. And when you can see it, you start to see some of the things that are coming out in curriculum that are coming out in classes. Obviously, we have the standards of kids now recording it and then showing that in social media and so now has come to the floor, But you're right about critical race theory. It's been around for a very long time. It's actually was really comes from critical theory. And all critical theory was And is it was trying to figure out understanding the framework of this country at that time from an economic perspective, What is the way that you can actually in in introduced cultural, Marxism or ideological Marxism to trying to shift the political ideology of the country and really doing academic analysis of economics and with critical race areas, an academic analysis Of race in America through law through court decisions and through economics. That's really what the genesis of critical race. There he is, Um you know, the sad part is that is that you know if you want to have an academic theory, do that in the in the do that in the halls of higher, Ed, Don't do that in K 12 classrooms you want to go through and really think that stuff through let adults think that through have the opportunity to sit down digest history. Go into the necessary levels of detail. In order to have a real thorough discussion, Understanding don't distill it down into the oppressor oppressed. Models and mindset and drop that into K told classrooms or into our military. That is the problem. That's why it's really going up to what it is today.

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Benjamin Netanyahu Ousted From Power After 12 Years

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

Benjamin Netanyahu Ousted From Power After 12 Years

Supernatural, Season 12 Preview

Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

01:56 min | 3 d ago

Supernatural, Season 12 Preview

"Now from supernatural season. Twelve special samantha. Smith who is once. Again mary winchester to check with everybody like am. I see she's alive. You guess you can say she's alive. I'm alive guest. So i'm actually live and brought back to life from from the minute i died so i'm twenty eight. I'll be just nod your head like sure. Of course you are. And the boys are older than i am And so now. Mary's going have to so much has changed the world technology. Everything in thirty three years is completely different than a nineteen eighty three and her children are adult and they were raised in a way that she probably would not increase them. Her husband is gone. The there are still monsters. They're still hunting. There's all that whole part. And i think that feels most comfortable with hunting. And so she we. I go back to that. And i'll be hunting and working with the boys and they sent me to fight training and weapons training. And i've been having a ball. I've never really done very sporty. But i never did martial arts boxing or any of that stuff and my trainers like but it's it's been it's been. They have amazing people helping me so it's been superfund. There's a lot of opportunity for heard to make like little comments on the boys do things as a mom. Yes and that's it once a month always a moment. I don't care that. I haven't seen him in thirty years. I'm gonna tell you what. I think and There there's also the there's the fun side of the genetics and inheritance. And i'll see something i'm like you know all of that and just the love. There's so much love

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Israel Swears in New Coalition, Ending Netanyahu's Long Rule

BBC World Service

01:46 min | 3 d ago

Israel Swears in New Coalition, Ending Netanyahu's Long Rule

"When we begin this morning with political drama in Israel, where Benjamin Netanyahu lost his 12 year hold on power. After the Knesset, the parliament voted in a new coalition government, a coalition Rather unlikely coalition. Many think of eight parties. The right wing nationalist politician and former ally of Netanyahu. Naftali Bennett has been sworn in as the prime minister for the next two years. He calls it a government of change. Mr Netanyahu remains head of the liquid party and will become leader of the opposition. So all change in a dramatic vote as well. Let's speak to a member of the Knesset. Unusual member of the Knesset for the far left Hadash Party or Fear, CASS. If who joins us now? What was it like making the vote on the end of Netanyahu's career? How did you vote offer? Good morning. We voted against the government because one has to understand the situation. Well, yeah, for years, of course objected, opposes opposed the policies of this government. Netanyahu is a racist. And there is been inciting against the Palestinian national minority within Israel. Of course, we wanted to do whatever we could in order to get rid of him. But at the same time we couldn't vote but against the Taliban it and his government because this is a far right government. It is true that within this coalition All some representatives of the center of Liberal forces. But in the end of the day, the government is ruled by far right politicians and parties. Bennett and his allies, and in that sense, we added to vote against it in this is this is what we did

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Naftali Bennett Sworn in Israel's Prime Minister

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 3 d ago

Naftali Bennett Sworn in Israel's Prime Minister

"Political change comes to Israel. Naftali Bennett 49 year old nationalist, not Tali Bennett was sworn in as Israel's new prime minister, ousting Benjamin Netanyahu after a record 12 years in office. Then it heads a coalition of parties from the political right left and centre. Netanyahu was weakened by a corruption trial, but vowed to return to

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Telegraph Fire Tops 88,000 Acres, 76% Contained

Delta Trading Group

00:50 sec | 3 d ago

Telegraph Fire Tops 88,000 Acres, 76% Contained

"The world in Oak Flats now heading home. The Telegraph. Fire is now 76% contained near Globe fire spokesman Dean McAllister's say, as firefighters are letting the blaze burned down at this point, did some burnout around the canal peak electronic sites in the summer homes up there. And so we have created this island of fire that now outside the main body of the fire, which is really in pretty good shape, almost 1000 personnel still at the blaze this afternoon that has burned more than 88,000 acres out. Buildings and homes. McAllister doesn't think the Telegraph Fire will merge with the Mass Cal Fire update on the most scalp fire. It's burning 12 miles southeast of Globe. It is now 85% contained it spurn more than 72,000 acres. Firefighters on the line this afternoon battling increasing winds and low humidity. It is

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The Biography of Anne Frank

This Day in History Class

02:35 min | 5 d ago

The Biography of Anne Frank

"The day was june twelfth. Nineteen twenty nine jewish girl named analysts. Murray frank better known as an frank was born in frankfurt on mine. Germany to eat in otto frank and frank is well known for her story of persecution. During the holocaust and in her family went into hiding in nineteen forty two during the german occupation of the netherlands in world war two. The family was soon discovered in sent to cuss in training camps. An's father auto was the only one in the family to survive the holocaust but an frank had kept a diary during her time in hiding which otto worked hard to get published. The diary has now been translated into many languages sold. Millions of copies and has been adapted for other mediums and frank was born into a family of modest wealth and prominence auto was a well to do businessman but after the nazis came to power in germany and parents decided to move to amsterdam away from so much anti semitism and a suffering economy amsterdam auto company that dealt impacted which is a substance used as a setting agent in jams and jellies and father mother and older sister marcotte immigration i and an joint them in amsterdam february of nineteen thirty four but beginning in may of nineteen forty nazi germany occupied amsterdam. After and her family had settled into life in amsterdam. Living in the netherlands became dangerous as the nazis began to persecute jewish. People an was forced to transfer from a public school to a jewish school in september of nineteen forty one in nineteen forty two on her thirteenth birthday and got a plaid diary. But as nazis began to send jewish people to concentration camps and marcotte got a letter saying she needed to report for work at a labor camp. The frank family went into hiding on july six. They began living in an attic of autos office at princeton god to sixty three in her diary and called their hiding spot. The secret annex the entrance to the hiding spot was behind a movable bookcase some of those friends and colleagues including me. he's smuggled food clothes supplies and information to the franks

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ER Visits for Suspected Suicide Attempts Among Teen Girls Rose During Pandemic

Mark Blazor

00:23 sec | 5 d ago

ER Visits for Suspected Suicide Attempts Among Teen Girls Rose During Pandemic

"And a study by the CDC reports a significant rise in suspected teen suicide attempts among girls during the pandemic. In May of 2020 emergency room visits for suspected suicide attempts started to increase in adolescent girls between the ages of 12 and 17. From February to March of this year, the average weekly number of emergency room visits were over 50% higher in girls of that age group at the same time, period in

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"12 my" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

02:58 min | 2 weeks ago

"12 my" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"At all of the things that i start other than sauce. That was pretty good. Start in that one out. But i'm a complete embarrassment in its struggle bus usa. There's a lot of doubt and a lot of failing So if i don't achieve the goal like in the bahamas. I didn't get to one hundred feet. Could i think so but i wasn't able to test it out so that's fine It it's part of the growth in the adding the skills until like the arsenal of tricks. I would say that from dangerous standpoint. Yes kenya's certainly topped with that list. And then i guess arguably the treasure hunting aspect if i go into a conflict zone which. I'm considering an azerbaijan. Which is the armenian Azerbaijan a Forces just a little world or there but anyway news to say. I think it's more so the places that i'm choosing and the timing so like india now for cova did not a good choice. So i probably won't go there in the next two or three months which was on the horizon. Might it up next year so for me. It's more than just adjusting schedule. What has been the hardest physically for you where you're because these these four that you've done have all been very physical demanding sports or call them skills Whereas like some of these ones coming up well actually. Now that i'm thinking about all of them most are very physically demanding on these four. Which have you felt like man. My body is not used to this. And like i am hurting broke. Excuse me all all of them have been a struggle for different reasons. I got injured certain. Costa rica surfing and i got injured in brazil surfing. I bruised my ribcage. I pushed that for about four or five days into the point. Where i i just literally couldn't even touch it because it was. It was too banged up. So i had to pull out the last couple of days of surfing. Luckily there was a hurricane that came through not luck which but it couldn't have served anyway That took i'd say a solid two or three months to heal properly in brazil capital weta which is a lot like essentially. I lived inside push-up position for three and a half weeks. My master's like push ups push ups. I push ups push up lake like pro. I can't kick a thirty nine year. Old man like keep things so imagine doing swinging leg kicks for a couple of hours a day at a nowhere in addition pushups in the spins. What have you and on the second to last day again. Speaking of failures one of my friends challenged me Kind of said like amongst all this like you can't learn anything like not really like the only way. I'm going to believe that you can tap away is if you can do a standing backs up after one month. So the background. I'm trying to learn a standing backflip. Amongst all the kept wetter lessons. And i got really really close and the final day i was doing it. I was on the beach. I went up spun around. And i i just slightly missed the landing and my back. Compressed.

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"12 my" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

07:28 min | 5 months ago

"12 my" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"I never. There's never questioned out of new. A newly who. I just knew by the things my mom did. I knew it up sometimes when you didn't eat at night. It wasn't gushing loveless or something. We didn't see you're on with no issues out there doing stopping the bus her but make sure our lifestyle wasn't always on but try their best so i knew from the accident being in a in the The the physical disappointment that some physical disappointments listing gave us that she loved her so that was nevertheless obama. Mom lovey but when you start hearing especially from a from outside kind of influencer who'd had no parham upbringing at that slot. Woody talking about like another party. Yeah yeah i mean for sure and and another part of your journey that that was interesting was going to fork union. You get to fork union and you end up with a roommate. Who ends up being a teammate. For several years and then ends up being the best wide receiver in league. What what was that year. Like for you and michael thomas together for union. Got that four months of beggars. Yeah four and a half months but four and a half okay. It was tough. So yes after me and mike senior high school you know we. We had this summer off pretty much from athletics and then we went into fourteen following semester. Alastair person mr savage remember going. I say not nolan anything about fourteen. What it was. This was a up for our original. Coastal coast trestle to separate me. Braxton miller so frigging villain airmen nine bags going up checking in my dorm. Well it's called barrett's the military academy and thinking they. They're giving this this this check. She'd go around and click here. So i'm just like what i got. My clothes had no clue was military style. So as i'm walking around the campus accommodates marquette one of my brothers. I do shirt and shorts email but that was a uniform but me not knowing nothing about the food method about the uniform. Nothing about anything soccer around collect them on stuff. And i'm just like what is going on right now so dinner realize military than i put myself in my bears. You know it was a guy. Check numbers make sure we get checked in. And he's a hey is up no cell phones on business and i had a game system some giving back to my brother and my mom took down there and i'm just frigging out rooms. The house was a call home. number must internet. So then we're going to ornamentation saddam. Looking around dulcie. The young ladies one. Like i can't tell you if you give me a million dollars right now. Repeating one word that was said in that orientation. I'll be out of a million bucks. I'm just looking around and my the young ladies wows. Everybody dresses like this. What they're talking about lousy sort of aggressive so against point you know we break from million station. They tell a. Hey you guys got to administer you gotta leave and we got you know. Go bar day. And i just remember mad after that day the first the next morning a six. Am work. wake up. Postal of you wake wakeup march to breakfast. And s three. Am might might tom. History of the weapons. He is just delusional. Because this is a big auto coffee and it's six. Am at that age. I'm not weasley eight. So i'm kind of like what's going all. They they line we. All march knows firsthand. belies in march. Look horrible. his is a lot of guys in opposition. A post grad. Guys want my. Oh god we made a mistake. Everybody knows that okay. I'm leaving this place. At the agra memory will do her first day and we had this period. I forgot what it was called Premiums i study hall where you had to sit at your desk in your room. Door open do work. Even if you ain't over get two hours so you can sit there and work Right letter home. Write letters phone yet or process. And i can remember. I'm sitting at my desk. Mike dessus tomorrow. Ryan is no is no communication. You can turn around. Hey you got this sets up its doors. Open you a guy. You're a bear later. You call them between later checking living down hallway. So you don't get caught talking or planning around so i just hear him. 'cause i've sniffle into like with crime are because it was so me outta here with our daily book here because slipped look at brighton letter hogan stiff loose and i started to the teardrop on paper. here's okay the ground to a little bit images solo mentally hard because it was like it was such a cold turkey from our normal lives of what was used to. It was crazy. They gave us the most craziest thing. I remember when i comes for as a big transition. I mean that narrows harder in college. Why did you snake. Deployment was to go there for a semester. While we were there our senior class in high school they will. They will start in their first. Year of college are near for a semester so it will separate us a year or separating us a year then my plan was to go into hostile risher saw separated me and breaks by two years the same year high school so coach trestle his staff figure eight to. We participated to ohio guys. We don't want we want them to be here on. Leave 'cause wrestle with always about keeping the top batting higher in ohio and he was burned to cutlets holiday was very town by losing out on top athletes in ohio and have them played them in lake bowl games or in season again. Crush especially doma losing to the team of nor sell So that was the plan. I mean they figure has braxton one. It's too early you know. He forfeited his senior semester. Iceland wants to college so he already had a jump on me. So that's what the plan came about in wanted to go like. Hey i go there. You know in the summer already. Been ho- semester before me if he had brings me look like he was one of beat quarterback anyway and i'm only a year behind reggie for one year. Don't.

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"12 my" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

08:59 min | 8 months ago

"12 my" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"To us from Boston Hi will. So, hush is going to be a really terrible joke like how will from Boston has been hunting down the truth about five G.. You must get good will hunting jokes. Now it's terrible. It's good for my. Don't don't hurt yourself with that stretch Lord. Okay, we can just forget that. Okay. Will. You've written a lot about five G. for wired and apple hyped up five G. This week it called the whole event high speed. Like. We got invitations as at high comma speed executives talked about blazing fast download and connection speeds. Verizon's CEO Hans. Appeared on stage to talk about the wireless carriers expansion plans for five G. but reality is that were just not there yet the roll out a five genie us has been slowed by disagreements about technical standards, security concerns, international disputes. So well, I tell us what are some of the promises that five g. and then tell us what's taking a so long to get there. Yeah. Well, so obviously, the big promise is fastest speed. Supposedly one hundred times faster than than forty and also low latency meaning phone more responded millisecond, and for way more devices on the network. So what does that actually mean? People talk a lot about all these kind of futuristic applications like augmented virtual reality I've visited. In Shenzhen and they have this big census set up with demonstrating telemedicine and all these fantastic occasions. But the truth is I think we really don't know what people are GonNa Build on top of it and it'll be things nobody's expecting just as it was with forty. which enabled everything from Yuba Tiktok, and that's one of the reasons why this is is a big geopolitical football is because. We've seen how four? G. Was the foundation for a ton of of growth in economic and tech technology. And governments are expecting five same thing. So the reason it's been disappointing is that it's really a bunch of technologies and they're being rolled out in different ways by different networks at different speeds. So for the moment it means that you've got these kind of this patchwork of different forms of five and it's Much faster in some places than others. So. Yeah. That's really that's really why. So well, one of the things that verizon CEO talked about onstage at the apple event this week was the expansion of ultra wideband or. Five G. across the US and there are a few different flavors of five g. out there right now right there's low band and then there's The mid bend spectrum, which is sub six, and then there's this millimeter wave. So talk quickly about the differences between these and what we have available to us right now here in the US. Yeah. So five years really made up of a bunch of different frequencies those three since you talked about the low and mid which are. Longer range and Butler speed. So that's what people are gonNA using mostly. At the moment and this this millimeter wave stuff, which is very, very high frequency bites only goes up a short distances and yeah. Different carriers are doing different things in different countries doing different things in the US focused. On low band. Which is very Very little improvements, but also the millimeter wave and poly because this, the mid chunk has not been available and that's just being opened up. So the picture may change a little bit in the US in terms of. What can what five G. can do over the next year? So but yeah, so it's a it's a messy mixed picture. Really. So Julian you have reviewed most of the five G. phones that have come across the wire desks on the reviews team. Tell us a little bit about your experiences with five G. where you are in Brooklyn. Absolutely useless. Verizon has a couple of millimeter wave spots. And every time I get a five-day device what I do to go test I literally go across the grocery store that I shop add stand outside it because if I go inside I, lose five. G. And I guess I try to download. And APPS and and movies right there on the on the street and see how that goes and usually it's you know it's great. It's fast but I can't ever imagine a scenario where I'm walking down the street coming home and I'm like, oh, I got a download, those six Netflix's movies and four. K. and I have to do it right here on. The Sri level because obviously you know they have it in these random spots and only really works for like a block and a half you go further than that and you're back on for G if you go inside a coffee shop or something like that, you're back on four G.. So I really haven't found any meaningful purpose outside of benchmark testing that. You would give me and the other types of five G. THAT AT and T. Mobile, and now verizon are offering has just mostly been barely faster than existing speeds like. Ten Twenty thirty megabits faster. But that really also hasn't. Hasn't done anything for me and it might be a little more negligible when you're streaming something outside or when you're. Just watching videos at home as well on your five g connections. That of your Wifi I, Dunno I just basically have had really much use of five Ju just yet but I do think in two to three years when it's a rolled out a good deal more that's when people should really start thinking about buying and making sure that the phone that they buy has five G. Right now if you're. Feeling pressure to buy a five phone I. Think just you know just. To the side if the phone that you want has five that's scrape go ahead and buy it but I wouldn't say you buy her phone to phone just because you feel like you're missing out because you're Julian I have this vision of you standing under a you the awning of a specific coffee shop in New York City where there happens to be five g service like holding up two phones one, four, G. Five G. you're downloading some applic- fortnight. Just, to see what the differences in download speeds and like having a just a minimal difference. I felt like a hacker 'cause I had testing a five G. Laptop and I was on my bike and I pulled up my backpack around used it as like arresting Pat and I pulled out a laptop and here I am on a street corner in New York typing with my laptop on my bike as if I am controlling the traffic lights in the Italian job or something. Mister robot. What about battery life and this is a question for both will in Julian what do we at this point about how five G. is going to affect our phones battery lives? I think actually there's there's a lot of outstanding questions according to the experts I've spoken to they really. Think they're big questions over how much five G. is going to suck down the battery life. So it was kind of interesting application with these software solutions to mitigate that thing is probably a very good idea but I think it's still a quite an open question for the most part. A lot of the for makers are just stuffing huge batteries in the phones. So you know I also haven't spent all day on millimeter wave five G. so I can't really say but for the most part battery life at the moment is in any dramatically different from what you can currently on a four g phone will what's your best guesstimate for when five G. might actually Matter have an impact for consumers here in the US. Put me on the spot. I mean. I think he's going to be a matter of years really before it. It's really making a big difference and. He's probably GONNA sort of creep up a little bit as as fix the saying that. I think people not going to buy these phones for the five G.. They might then start using it and so hopefully, that will kind of encourage more network rollout. But yeah, it seems that it's going to take a while. There's so much hype around it and so much talk of it being like this great big thing I think is going to be disappointing for a while yet. AT SOUNDS ABOUT RIGHT DISAPPOINTING I see it as akin to the four K. jump in TV's like. Television manufacturers started building TV's that last a really long time and that work perfectly fine HDTV's and they needed to give us a reason to go out and buy a new TV and to buy their TV. So they put four K. in it and all of a sudden every television is a four K. TV even if only ten.

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"12 my" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

08:35 min | 8 months ago

"12 my" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"Mike, yes Lauren Mike, are you going to upgrade your iphone? Well have an iphone. But it has five gene. Yeah, who cares? Let's see if we can answer that on this week's show. Hi Everyone. Welcome to gadget lab. I'm lauren good. I'm a senior writer at wired and I'm joined remotely by my Co host wired senior editor Michael Cholerae. He who does not have an iphone hello from Pixel land. And we're also joined by wired senior associate editor. Julian Chicago to who has like seventeen different phones on him right now. Hey Julie in below my desk has like six phones on right now so. So today we are talking about yet another apple event this week apple announced a new iphone twelve, actually four of them and a tiny smart speaker, and these are the first iphones with five G. which matters doesn't matter doesn't matter yet. We're GONNA talk about five G. later on in the show what you need to know about it the challenges and rolling it out across the US and whether you'll even be able to connect to five G. With the new IPHONE are calling. We'll night is going to join us later on for that but first, let's talk about the phones themselves. Jillian. Phone has championed edges. Let's get that out of the way. That's probably the most important thing here, right? Okay. But obviously, there's more than that what stood out to you most about the new iphones twelve as someone who takes a lot of photos and tests the cameras on phones a lot. A. Lot of their camera upgrades. We're the most exciting thing for me and and I really like how a lot of those camera upgrades are kind of for the most part. All across the entire lineup from the 699 iphone twelve mini, you're getting the same main camera that they improve the aperture on as the iphone twelve pro. But for the most part that iphone twelve pro, you get these new features like pro raw, which gives you the ability to edit. Raw photos and also get the benefits of apples, computational photography, and that is just someone something that's really exciting for someone who takes a lot of raw photos with my camera just gives you more granular control over photo editing and also the other thing is they're bringing night mode to every single lens that's on this phone. So finally, you can take a Selfie, at night and not have to worry about it being too terrible, looking or grainy. So overall I think the entire suite of camera features on the entire range is pretty exciting and pretty dramatically better than what you had last year on the iphone eleven. And tell us about some of the video improvements to yes. For the improvements, they added the ability to shoot HDR with Dolby Vision, which is you know apparently the only phone that can do this and basically lets you get this program cinematic looking effector or look. You could say with all of your videos at ten bits of it's like super high quality. It just looks really good. With the option to edit the colors and have really good cinematic looking video as well with the iphone twelve pro you there have this improved stabilization system that moves the sensor itself. So basically, in fact, you're getting something that feels and looks much more high quality than ever before, and again, this is somewhere where apple leads compared to every other phone manufacturer except maybe Samsung is pretty close. No one else does the ability to shoot video quality this well, and it's just every year. It just seems to be getting further and further away from other companies even like you. Google. Pixel phones that take really great photos Mike what did you make the event? You know my favorite thing that I saw this week was the mini, the small phone small phones in general are exciting to me. Our colleague Brian Barrett wrote this week that the arrival of the iphone twelve mini is a harbinger of good for the small phone community I think you know fabulous when they came out what was it like eight years ago or so we started seeing these gigantic phones and then. People really liked them and they started them in huge numbers. So phones just kept getting bigger and bigger and bigger. We've all been waiting for phones to get small again, phones have gotten smaller, but they haven't really gotten small enough, and now this year I think phones are starting to get just about small enough to satisfy the people who are looking for small phone I was out last week two weeks ago at A. Socially distanced event and I saw a guy with a Sony experience x to compact, which is like a really tiny. It's even smaller than the iphone mini android phone and I asked him about it. I went over to him six feet away and I said, Hey, what is that and he started going on and on about it and the way that he was talking about it was so passionate and I realize that. Like okay. You know what? There is a huge market. People are really really passionate about smartphones and people are GonNa flip when they see the mini I think coming until November So I, think for people who really want it. They're going to have to resist clicking that buy button for a couple of weeks and what apple has done is satisfied both ends of the market you're describing because the iphone twelve pro Max. Boy. That's a mouthful that has the largest display ever on an iphone. So if you are a big fan, you're going to have a six point, seven inch diagonal display with that one I believe, and then there is this many phone which I think a lot of people are comparing to the iphone se that was launched this spring but this is actually smaller and you're not really sacrificing much like you're not getting a lesser camera or a lesser chip you're getting the latest chip and as Julian pointed out almost the same feature set not entirely but close to the same feature set across off four iphone twelve. One of the things that I felt as I was watching this event. In. We'll have to see if if both Julian and I feel this way after actually using the phones for a while is that I feel like increasingly the phones themselves don't matter as much anymore. Like, we are going to talk about five G. and how much that matters right. But let's just put that aside for a second I think there's a lot of movement happening right now in the smartphone market in lower priced or mid range phones and apple is going to continue to put out very high end phones because they use it as a vehicle for. New Tax rate they're trying out like new chips and stuff like are and in these high-powered cameras. But I think ultimately people like right now we're kind of looking for deals and I think many people are going to gravitate towards the more basic models just like the iphone eleven and the iphone Ten are have done pretty well over the past few years I think in general, the smartphone market is pretty mature right now and like the goal is just to. Have people using your services like having a phone that people will use because they're going to subscribe to things are GonNa Stream things that are gonNA use your creative software. They're gonNA use up more cloud storage which could possibly happen with raw photos. And like that's. GonNa Drive. I think apple's business increasingly in the future versus like let's have the small percentage of customers who by the fourteen hundred dollar phone with this lineup this year I do want to point out that it looks like they're finally bringing all of their computational photography expertise into every single device, which previous years it felt like they were kind of gate keeping it for the higher end models. But because it software, you know basically like Pixel phones, you can get really good images by just putting that software out on all your different model. So even the IPHONE. Twelve mini even though it costs so little it can get the same smart hd are improvements as the iphone twelve pro Max, for example. So I think that's something that would be really interesting to see as well as if they ever have an iphone se in the future having something at that price point with the ability to have the same computational photography expertise as the higher end models that cost thousand dollars that would be something that's really exciting and really really cool to see apple bring down to across all different phones that they had different price points. Before we before we break, we should talk about the home..

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"12 my" Discussed on Made For This with Jennie Allen

Made For This with Jennie Allen

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"12 my" Discussed on Made For This with Jennie Allen

"My practical goal for you this week is let someone in let someone in reach out make a phone call to day and the best way. If you're like I do not know one person I can let n Dan I. This is why I love the local church. This is why I will use my podcast. I will use my books. I will use my platform all day long to push you into local community because what what happens in local community as you're seeing your known your cared for the body of Christ is a local real thing that can wrap up and bring casseroles you now. I mean it's just it's what churches do hopefully healthy ones till you find a healthy local church and you show up. I mean literally show up on Sunday and this is going to be awkward but you do it and they will have a time maybe where they say. Meet the person next to you and you look at the person this has happened to me. Somebody has done this to me and you say I I am depressed and I need some community. I don't have any. It'll be the bravest thing you've ever done but I'm not kidding. you in a healthy church. They may not be the the one that will play that role but they will know who can and they will hand you off well and so sad it d be desperate. You are desperate. Just be desperate like be desperate to somebody let somebody in check on somebody love that you know struggles with depression. Check on somebody that you know is going through a difficult time right now like. Just let's be there for each other guys like this is silly that all of us feel all these things and at the same time so many people feel so lonely..

"12 my" Discussed on Made For This with Jennie Allen

Made For This with Jennie Allen

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"12 my" Discussed on Made For This with Jennie Allen

"Them and if it's you if you're listening and you're the one that is just over at you had been sad for so long and you don't know what to do I'm GonNa give you a few little things. I think one reason it says in the beatitudes blessed are the poor in spirit is that Oh you do live with an unusual ache that we all should have at various times. That's true like you're in touch with your need for God you're in touch with your need eight for hope. And that's a gift in a way but I also know that some of you are fine. I mean let's be real like this week whatever week you're listening through probably know or have heard of somebody committing suicide. It is rampant right now and I just I want to tell you that you cannot fight this alone like you need people. We all need people wherever you are on the spectrum of sadness today or in your life or in the season we need the church. We need people around around us holding us up when we can't hold ourselves up and so right now today I want you to reach out to somebody that loves you and tell them and some of you have never told them some of you have never said the words out loud. I think I'm depressed. You need to Sam today. Some of you have never said the suicidal thoughts. You thought in your head you've never said them out loud and and you need to say them out loud today. Because something about the darkness is paralyzing paralyzing and I will say this over and over again Dan. Sorry macos on this episode. Sorry because just some. Some episodes need some cuss words. And the devil in the dark will tell you whatever the hell he wants and that is not okay. It's not okay to live so you bring people in and you bring light in because when you're not alone you know sometimes we you just need other people to shine it. Like I've had friends going through grief and I'll say what can I do and they say they'll say this. I am too broken to pray. So will you. This has happened twice to me. Will you pray for me. Because I don't think I can pray anymore. I don't think I can pray. And it's such an honor it. Just I mean Gosh I prayed so fervently because I felt like I've got a cover for this person that is trying to breathe you know and so I do believe we've that sometimes we're called to hold the light we're called. I can't turn on the lights. I can't I can't get up out of bed I can't and we are called to just shine the light I to just be there and pray and remind and hope and cry with and laugh with and that is yours if you can let someone in so I'm a seven on the grandma. I hate sadness I hate it. I mean let's be real. I hate it everything probably everybody does but I really hate it. I try to avoid it all the time and I want to say that because some of you you like Danny more and listen to this episode. You're like me. I was skipped this one. Skip next one and the reason why is because I just I wanna be happy like I have a desperate need to be happy and saw push away everything. That's sad that when we push away everything that's sad we miss. Everything's good to go out and we miss the good and what I know about some some of Huber's a note about myself. Is that a lot of our coping. A lot of our scrolling. A lot of our drinking a lot of our eating a lot of our addictions are really just coping from this emotion. And some of you are sad from something that happened decades ago and some of you are sad from something that happened yesterday but I think all of us kind of live with his low grade thing that we don't like that we wanNA escape that we don't want to be true or that we don't want to feel and so we cope and that matters because I think it's possible to waste your whole life coping and two totally miss all of the treasure that God has if we could just get more comfortable digging into the difficult all things in our lives because he has enough to meet us there one of the things about sadness because we don't like it because we kinda run away from it because we slap verses and addictions on it. We try to make it go away. What ends up happening? Ironically as we go back to the first emotion we talked about which is anger. We go back to the second emotion. We talked about discontentment we go back to every really every other emotion I think some way is a is a reaction to some disappointment. That is plaguing us that. We're not willing to deal with and when you go if you ever go to counseling which I highly recommend for certain seasons in your life to find. Gospel Centered Bible believing counselor. What I what they do and I've been to more than one is? They will take you back to your sadness. It's the worst. You know the first few sessions and I remember being like new. I don't WanNa go there like it was so funny at one of the counselors was like. Hey we're gonNA talk about your past and I was like no. I've already talked about my past. He's like well it's good talk about more than one. So let's go back and like dig it up and and almost every council will do this. I'll go back to like your darkest moments but but why is because largely really a lot of how you're behaving today is rooted in something that happened you fifteen to twenty years ago you know. The this is counseling when a one Christian or not like it's just the way we're built is to hang onto disappointment to head on broken heart to hang onto trauma and to ever get out of that trauma we have have to go back and understand it and understand where came from and our reaction to it and start to see it and unpack it and feel it. That's the other thing. They say that are hate. Feel it feel feel it like what did that feel like. I'm like I hate that question. I don't WanNa talk about it especially if it's negative but what happens when we really feel it how God meant for us to to feel it. Is we find healing. You know. That's why they're stages of grief that you got to go through. Can't ignore them. You can't just get on a drug and start working out when someone you love has died died like that is not going to fix you. That is not going to do anything. It's going to push it under a rug. What what you do is you start to experience community where you share and you tell it you say it out loud and you feel understood and you feel like you're not alone in it and the best community will do that? They'll bring out your darkest things the not be in them with you so hope of. Let's go here. 'cause there is hope there's hope no matter what hell you you are facing and that hope is real second Corinthians for eighteen says as we look not to things that are seen but two things that are unseen for the things that are seen are going way the transient or temporary but the things that are unseen are eternal the unseen things are the real most real things. They're the most real things and you know. I mean I feel like a broken record because what I say at the end of every one of these emotions is that God is enough that the story of guide defines finds our stories as believers. We don't have to be cynical about our lives or about suffering. We get to be hopeful awful because this life doesn't deliver like this short life that we have here on earth it is promised that it will not deliver his going to disappoint us but that one is coming that will exceed every expectation. We have it will not disappoint. So here's the funny thing is as believers we get to be grateful in the midst of it right like to have hope and know that good is being caused through it. The purposes is being built in it. That we don't need he goes slap that on everybody's difficult darkest days but we can remember that is true and Hebrews twelve twenty eight says therefore let us be grateful for for saving kingdom that cannot be shaken. It's like let us be grateful that no matter what else goes to hell in our lives that this kingdom cannot be taken cannot be shaken shaken it cannot be taken from us and it will deliver beyond anything we could ever ever imagine.

"12 my" Discussed on Mob Queens

Mob Queens

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"12 my" Discussed on Mob Queens

"The idea of a godmother behind the Godfather makes me hopeful we now know that two women helped inspire this iconic piece of American Culture Puzo mother and our Antigen VI's and because women are so often left out of the narrative this shot at redemption this shot at fixing the omission is just so exciting and I look at all the photos of Anna whether she's standing in front of her family or amidst all the performers I at the club eighty two I see this ultimate matriarch and storytelling there's this thing right the hero's journey for heroin story out patriarchal storytelling is usually linear almost always win lose whereas matriarchal storytelling is a wheel and it's almost always win win in and you know Anna walked away from the husband who killed her first husband and she walked into more of herself in matriarchal storytelling the heroine doesn't have to kill the villain because she knows he will learn or he will do that to himself the heroin is always ahead of the audience it's the other characters who have to catch up to her I love what you're saying here and as I've said from the START I believe that history is always here to teach us something about ourselves needs a playbook playbook that we can learn from in order to figure out how to navigate life yeah and the challenge for us who have been left out you know we we don't have those references to look back on because either nobody thought our voices were important enough to write down or because they've been actively left out or even destroy but we all have and right to know where we came from and so for me to excavate an story and put it on the record once and for all feels kind of like the ultimate justice yeah so cheers to the complicated eighty people who may be flawed but who keep reaching for life this one's for you this one's for Anna it is one more story frank shared with us about Anna and it's an image of Anna we wanNA leave you with she was in France us during the war the story happens during World War Two one of Anna's chips to Europe she had a touring car she would take the touring car you know the kind I'm talking Oh we looked it up it's yeah it's an is sorta skinny the Rolls Royce of Italy and one of the most beautiful cars ever built it's movie buffs will know it from the classics Sunset Boulevard the car even comes with its own specialized tool kit and here's the thing the the allies need help in Spain money actually to fund the resistance effort so Anna devises a plan to smuggle them some solid gold Shia the tools made a mold of and cast it in gold and they were painted this way at any security stops if anyone looks in the trunk all they see is a kit full of boring old tools not knowing under all that paint is real treasure and enter driver go from France France over the Pyrenees to deliver the concealed precious cargo she makes this trip multiple all times and I can just imagine Anna riding along in the back seat at the height of her power and beauty dressed to kill chauffeur at the wheel driving off into the sunset with a trunk full of solid gold secretly saving the world nobody who was very patriotic she got got nothing out of it you know if anything she took a tremendous risk I thought she was yeah we think Anna understood that it's what's on the inside that matters the rest just drag.

"12 my" Discussed on Mob Queens

Mob Queens

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"12 my" Discussed on Mob Queens

"In one thousand nine hundred eighty six Mario Puzo doesn't interview with Charlie Rose Puzo this quote that seems like it's pulled straight straight out of the veto Anna storybook history is proving that true love is dangerous to them businessman when I was speaking to Carol it's clear she believes as I we do that Mario is actually quite a die hard feminists barrier just had great respect for women in jared you know at it was a funny thing it was like he was wary of men but he knew the game during our conversation Carol was inspired to share a passage with me from the foreword of Puzo Favorite Book You wrote the Fortunate Pilgrim the books actually based on poses mother and in the forward he confesses something about the godfather that still makes carol emotional as she reads it to me whenever the Godfather Open just now in my own mind I heard the voice of my mother I heard how wisdom Bubbas listeners and her unconquerable unconquerable loves her SAM and Joyce itself qualities daddy do women at the time the giants courage and loyalty came from his humanity came from and I know now that I am not the hero of my wife she is how does that feel to read those beautiful words is feels beautiful because it was a long time coming for him to be able to verbalize how he felt about things so the Godfather was actually the godmother as life goes many of the people we spoke to for this series Imagine Anna Dying poor and disempowered downtrodden afterlife scarred by the effects of her husband's life of Crime Kate Harmon and his great niece feared the worst that Anna was alone without money or power what we do know about Anna Staff is simple modest even and it comes from her her darling granddaughter Mia it was in January nineteen eighty two I was in nursing school at Mount Saint Mary's a new Bergen Mommy called me and she said you better get home I'm bringing then to Saint Vincent's and she had a very significant stroke when mia arrived at the hospital she met Anna's lover of many years I met Jackie when Nanna was at Saint Vincent's and my mom prepared me 'cause Jackie At that time time just more like a man Jackie who worked with Anna at the club eighty two was by an aside wearing black lace up shoes suit pants and a hat with with the feather in it when the end came seventy seven year old Anna Patillo Verner tico jetties was surrounded by the women who left after the most her partner her daughter and her granddaughter all of them seeing her and knowing her for who she was Nice Lord knows after everything that she went through that she found this happiness.

"12 my" Discussed on Mob Queens

Mob Queens

10:36 min | 1 year ago

"12 my" Discussed on Mob Queens

"Shall we take our shoes off once Clarence Jonah get settled in the conversation quickly moves to Anna and her love of learning learning reading and teaching she looks at me and she goes books pathway she taught me how to read she started out with comic books six and we had this quilt satin stuff quilt and we will get underneath that Tarzan was big with her then she had the classics illustrated you say Oh is heard what what's that word I would have to sound it out then she got me reading now I WANNA seventies frank said he plows through hundreds of books a year he even has a sweet spot for historical fiction but there's one book we all WanNa talk about uh the question Naria put cy let's let's go right from the start of what your member because I want to get every single detail okay I I heard she was collaborating on a book didn't faze me okay great part of it's about veto okay okay and this is what you heard and your mother talking yeah and then I heard the name Mario Puzo which I had never heard before again the meaning do who after all before the Godfather Mario Puzo wasn't exactly a household name when the movie came out of me what she'd been really yeah yeah well I saw the book and everybody was talking about Oh the book the book the book and I picked up the book and I started reading and I said You knew the book was written by Mario Puzo and then took what was your reaction to what you read in the book I just smiled how did it seem familiar parts of it were very familiar. It's been widely acknowledged that the godfather was a composite of more than one person then but frank points out the aspects of Don corleones that are pure Vito Genovese is the thing where he walks out of his office and he gets shot that was my grandfather now if you know your Godfather Trivia you know that Don Corleone is shot multiple times coming out of his office and gets laid up in the hospital maybe you'll remember in the movie when he drops the bag of oranges according to Frank Sometime in the nineteen fifties veto was shot it coming out of his office on Thompson Street in Little Italy this is news to us and he walked out one night and the court a couple of bullets and when my grandmother I remember I'm on my grandmother going like this too because he got shot in the face pointing at where Yeah Yeah you guys shot in the face in the but both cheeks and when frank shows Claire Jonah some family videos there are glimpses of what looked like scenes straight out of the Godfather okay that it is the house in Jersey these videos are from the late nineteen forties when frank was a baby and Anna and veto were still together see those few buildings uh all part of the same compound the Atlantic highlands compound in Franks videos where Anna lived with Vito is just like the Don corleones compound depicted did in the godfather is all quite a few buildings seeing at least three based toy story places I think there were five this one is a garage with servant's servant's quarters over he must have felt like you growing up like royalty yeah and then there's the wedding the book and the movie open on a huge Italian wedding health in the godfathers compound hundreds hundreds of people dancing eating bands playing while Don Vito Corleone is inside receiving guests and colleagues in search of favors the wedding was supposed to be like my mother's wedding. My Mother's wedding was used to play devil's advocate for a second I mean I'm still not really when you're describing a big wedding being with lots of family sound almost generic to me like what felt not on that scale and not with the people that were there there was family and there was familiar both and kind of things like this is the only time they really mixed francs francs claim that Connie and Carlo Rossi were based on his parents. Marie and John Lines up with what I've been thinking like Carlo in the novel Franken Rankin Mia's Dad had a serious gambling problem and was known to be a bit of a womanizer like the Godfather Vito genevieve's never approves of John as a match it's for his beloved daughter Marie Anna did not like John Either in fact mea even told us about a time an unleashed her wrath on John when she found owned out he was being unfaithful to her daughter. I remember that might a weighted upstairs with my father's room because at this point dad was sleeping upstairs when parents it's weren't sleeping together anymore and my Nanna waited in the dark in my father's chair and when my father turned on the light my Nanna was sitting there sitting in a leather chair at the corner of the room right given him the what to she said look I don't care what you choose to do with your life because everybody's got somebody on the side you know that's how she looked at things and he said but you better do the right thing by this family she lets him know she's well aware of his peccadilloes she's well aware of womanizing and she is not okay with it and she's he's like you need to do right by my daughter and your family yeah she was not having nope you will have an obligation to to make sure these kids in this house or taken care of it's fun to imagine that Carlo Res Characterization Has Anna's influence in it right like maybe she's having the last worried about her son in law who's playing call we didn't catch them yet I saw him playing call recognize is that voice it's the kid our mob informant from chapter eight and surprise his connection to Anna is not just through his former boss Frank Frank Castillo the kid plays the role of Carlo Risi in the Film Adaptation of the godfather his real name is Johnny Russo. Dave you just told me to make you dinner how did you get the Pot on the godfather that's a good story why my ego ego I read the book and I said I could play Michelson call well his ego and strategic mob tactics but that's a story you can catch in his book and His podcast the Hollywood godfather now that we've heard from two of Anna's grandchildren about her meetings with Mario Puzo we we obviously want to get Johnny's tag we wanna know if Johnny Thinks Puzzo collaborating with Anna is even in the realm of possibility why not getting information while he's doing research search your girl good why not go to her at the time Anna was meeting with Mario Puzo Mia's family was struggling to make ends meet vetoes in prison John's gambling away the family's money and Marie and his daughter had a major accident Anna was working to take care of the family's financial burdens orden's knit transaction or in the story of Mario Puzo coming did you ever hear how much he might have been paying them I don't think it wasn't an exorbitant amount I know that mom and Nanna put it in an account up the street there was a chase bank I'll never forget like on what would it be fifth avenue and mummy wanted to put that away for our education writer is Francis this is Ford Coppola thank you very much and I'd like to thank all the actors and actresses in the Godfather for bringing the bulk alive as I imagine it might be on the screen thank you very much years before or accepting the Academy Award for Best Screenplay Mario Puzo was deep in debt and desperate for a hit book he was forty five years old with a wife and five kids ads when he began working on the Godfather nineteen sixty five after he finished the book three years later in July nineteen sixty eight he repeatedly gave his publisher the following strict orders do not show or share this manuscript with anyone and have to wonder was Mario Protecting Anna's China's involvement with the book until after Vito's death we reviewed pages from Puzo Papers Archive at Dartmouth University looking for clues in the margins of outlines trying to decipher puzo handwriting but whoever has sources were Puzo left no trace and unfortunately he died twenty years ago so we'll I'll never get to ask him about his sources or get direct insight into the mind that wrote the godfather so I went to the next best person do you have vigny advice from me or do you think he would have any advice for me I think he will tell you what he told me. Women are already heroes Puzo partner in love and and Work New York Times bestselling author Carol Gino don't make women follow men's pants by making king them imitations I asked Carol About Puzo Godfather research so when he wrote the Godfather I think watch the biologic pages and all that stuff puzo never admitted to meeting with mobsters and said his book was based entirely on research because think about about it in the one thousand nine hundred sixties this was still dangerous territory so I tell Carol we've learned Anna was interviewed by Puzo and I ask her would mario have kept that hidden I one time said Damn would you promise they will keep any secrets from it and he said said to me no I won't promise you that I won't keep him you see he says because what is the secret that I have is shared by another I he said I don't have a right to give away someone else's.

"12 my" Discussed on Mob Queens

Mob Queens

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"12 my" Discussed on Mob Queens

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"12 my" Discussed on Mob Queens

Mob Queens

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"12 my" Discussed on Mob Queens

"Jessica it feels like we've come so far since that day in the cemetery we were so bombed thinking Anna had been forgotton or even erase yeah but we now know in fact is left quite a remarkable legacy she really did in the months since that cemetery visit we've discovered word more than we ever thought we would it seems was the keeper of many many many secrets yeah a- and there's still so much more we haven't even shared yet Mina was a jewel of many facets first off Anna's magnetic personality already had a way of attracting big names like Hollywood celebs who came to the club eighty two and according to frank and his eldest grandson young how tolls just starting out in the biz she supported by repression price had nothing she had nothing no place to sleep and she's asleep in the club and my grandmother would feed her we've actually reached out to Baras people for confirmation and we'll let you know if we we ever hear back but I will say my dad would be really excited to hear this huge Van Anna left her beloved club eighty two in in late nineteen sixties to help take care of her family after the club at the end of her life and kept on working in fact she got a job at the Warwick hotel on sixth avenue in guest relations. This place was a swanky hotel an Anna's granddaughter MIA tells us about another Hollywood icon who Anna befriended cary grant was living there at the time and my dairy became friends my Nanna was very proud about that but perhaps the biggest secret rediscover discover came just a couple of weeks ago high is that Frank Hey there frank it's clever from it's something frank thanks shared with our producer Claire on the phone now though I had more of a chance to think about so the stuff you said yesterday I wanted to ask you a game properly or are you what what's what's your heart figure out she collaborated with him on the book remember when we said there was something under our nose this whole time well Claire Blair picked it up and slapped us in the face with it what's the first book you Kidding Me Oh my God McGreevey Jessica's freaking out right now I can tell it's like version of the screen but I'm sorry God I'm shaking okay what in the actual hell is happening here are let us explain the book Frank told Claire That Anna collaborated on is service was split for the Godfather leaker coming in recent the legendary Mario Oriole Puzo Book that became the movie and immortalized the Mafia in American culture. Here's how Clair's conversation with Franklin down she collaborated with him on the book how do you know that she what did she say I mean if that's true that feels like pretty big news was a composite figure guys Frank Costello Data and so you think she provided the Veta- part of that she knew the ball why do you think she wanted to collaborate on the Godfather I have to say any one reason I say she did a lot of things for fun tongue-in-cheek stuff I remember her saying once so yeah yeah I missed the money he promised me this he promised me that and he he didn't even pay me referring to Mario she never pursued it she didn't give the really didn't give a rat's rock the godfather is without outed doubt the most iconic work fiction about the mafia in pop culture the novel is a bestseller throughout much of the nineteen seventies second only to the Bible in fact selling more than twenty million copies just twenty million yeah no big deal the book only spawned two Academy Award winning films and it's it's pretty much a classic to this day right Marlon Brando won an Oscar for his portrayal of Don corleones done and the American Film Institute Lists It as the the third best movie of all time the book that inspired the movie is published in March nineteen. sixty-nine just one month after Don Vito Genovese East is in prison Don Vito Corleone is born so what exactly is Anna's involvement in all this well hang on your wigs he really I should have written in her life she could tell a story and his granddaughter Mia was also a witness to the relationship between Anna and Mario Puzo it started one day okay when Mia's mother told her this man is coming to talk to Nanna and he wants to write a book or he's writing a book and I clearly remember that and I remember that as I got older and I began to ask more questions she told me it was Mario Royal Puto with a child there was a special meeting at the family home on West Thirteenth Street Mia and her other brother John were warned they'd better not interrupt upped and I know that that specific day my mother said you need to be quiet and not be running around or coming coming down into the restaurant where having special company and there was another gentleman with him and my Nanna and my mother and that was it just the four our people sitting down in the restaurant in a booth I remember that one of the men had a notebook and scribbled notes as they talked and of course this John and I had come in snoop but I remember you know I just checked out the situation and then we left and then as we got older it was explained toss who and what was at that meeting and why that meeting took place still we need as much verification as possible hello one person so with Michael and I know a claire our editor Chana take a trip up to a little town north of New York to pay Anna's grandson frank a visit their mission to get frank on the record in person to explain Anna's influence on the Godfather Godfather.

"12 my" Discussed on Mob Queens

Mob Queens

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"12 my" Discussed on Mob Queens

"These right there on the street Wow Jessica and I are with our producer Claire at Saint John's on cemetery in Queens I've seen this in pictures this is one of the first reporting trips we recorded way back at the start of this year we're in the place where our Queen Anna genevieve is buried right next to her husband veto in the genovise family vaults this is the place swear her story ends Angel so her arms are folded very defiantly we are looking at a big tombstone that says has genevieve's and we know from cemetery records Anna was buried here in Nineteen eighty-two but we can't find her name rights just a massive stone own slab with the carving of a palm frond and the words family vault ingrained into I'm a little confused I think we'll find silverstone's okay well like I said this this is eleven nineteen Anna's name is not carved into any kind of stone anywhere it is weird it feels it's very little anti-climactic tactic you know in a way I didn't I guess I really thought it would say Anna genevieve's here and it would say Tanada and there and again the feeling I have that makes me kind of sad is that they are totally from the narrative even in Jeff I mean this is the closest that will ever get to Anna yeah you know like in a weird way it's like we can go to places that she lived but this is like her physical remains thank we've been so obsessed for so long with this story to actually be here I'd hope feels kind of weird This is Bob Queens so I don't think she was very happy in the last years of her life I met somebody that I know in retrospect she was involved with the woman named Jackie the mob was exploiting the gay life I I think we're all thinking she was an informant the two of them were like icebergs you only ten percent they wanted you to see I would say I tain I'm Michael Seligman Jessica abandoning her all right as you know I've been working tagline throughout this season yes you have trying edifying the one that best fits our vibe for the series And I want to end the season on this one k the real family league jewels Yes ballsy I like it today we reached the end of Anna Story the final chapter and you know what she's still not done surprising us this is chapter twelve the Godmother.

"12 my" Discussed on The Moment

The Moment

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"12 my" Discussed on The Moment

"A lot of questions. You don't have the answer to like. Why am I with this person. Do I really like them. If I don't I don't know how I feel. Why do I keep going back to them. On the morning of October fourth two thousand and two Liana Strelikov was cycling through that she'd been dating her boyfriend Dean for just six weeks but if the sex they'd had was any indication of what the future held. Maybe things wouldn't be all that bad The morning of October four was actually really lovely. I had spent the night at his house and we made love that morning morning and all I can say is that I had what felt like the best orgasm of my life and I was shocked shocked by that and I was also terrified by that. I had a lot of ambivalence about dean He wasn't what I eight thought I wanted. I was really drawn to him not understanding why so I didn't know how to handle that and I just wanted to get out of the bed but dean was content to spend the day exactly where he was. I wanted to snuggle. I wanted to stay in that moment and be in that that moment for perhaps forever but I absolutely couldn't stand it an end so I pushed us to get up and follow our plans and go for this hike. Dean and Liana had planned to go hiking that day up in Malibu Liana was a dancer answer and movement always made her feel better. It was pure joy. It was my church. It was my therapy. It was community. It was the purest manifestation of who I am. As a human life more like the steps were performing her like the the emotion and the feeling and the choreography she was the conduit for it all but it was just so amazing to watch her dean have been watching Liana dance for a while they they were part of a theater ensemble and as soon as he saw for the first time he liked her. I was smitten as they might say and that never really wavered wavered from day one. It was hindered by the fact that she didn't like me like actively didn't like me. There was some about his swagger. He had this kind of Strut and that was it. That was all I needed. It didn't matter at the time they were just colleagues but over the next year. Leon has life changed. Drastically her grandmother mother died and she got really sick and had to take a few weeks off from performing the day she got back she was sitting in a corner feeling pretty shitty and dean in walked in to rehearsal and without saying anything to me he walked over to me kiss me on the top of the head and walked away and I thought Oh maybe there is somebody who's worth knowing and that opens just a little tiny bit of space for him enough space that when Dean finally asked her out she said Okay and kind of started tentatively dating and then becoming a little more open about yes. We're dating were together but threw out that time. I can't really figure out what I'm doing here. I didn't understand why I was attracted to him. I didn't understand why I our relationship was so passionate. It didn't make sense to me that I enjoyed being with him and I needed it to make sense to me. Uh Six weeks later as Liana was laying in bed next to dean she still wasn't sure so. After the best sex of her life she foreseen out of bed to go hiking. We'll leave Dean's house and we're driving up the coast to Malibu and I am going insane inside my head. I'm so freaked out about what's just happened in bed and I'm I'm desperate to understand what that means about our our future as they started to hike into the woods. Liana ignored the flowers. The fields gorgeous views overlooking the ocean shen. She was still stuck in her head. Asking the same question over and over is dean the one and the more she walked the more torn she belt and that's when she saw the answer in the corner of this grow. There's this magnificent tree and I think that's it. I will feel so much better. If I climb that tree it's perfect tree. It has all all the branches where I need them to be and within seconds. I'm I don't know thirty feet up and I remember at the time thinking wow that's that's pretty high but I wanted to still be with so I climbed the tree myself and got up there with her and then I saw this perch was about five feet below me and it looked so much better than the perch I was currently sitting in and I thought that's where I'm going to feel better and I didn't feel any better in nat perch. Surprise surprise and dean started telling this really long joke which I remember nothing about except that it was going on forever and while I was waiting for a punch line I heard a loud crack. I knew exactly what was happening. I knew a branch should broken again and I knew I was going down as she was reaching out. I remember like looking at her eye to eye and having the realization allegation that this was happening. There was nothing to be done about it. There wasn't anything that I could do. There wasn't anything she could do. 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"12 my" Discussed on 1865

1865

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"12 my" Discussed on 1865

"Mr stanton of yourself to your thinking something. I can tell by the look on in your face. Congress has given stand a lot of rope with his tenure of office act mr president. I suggest you sit back relax with the stem to hang hang himself with mr.

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"12 my" Discussed on 1865

1865

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"12 my" Discussed on 1865

"You want the lawyer proposing is unconstitutional touch. Yes not a touch many many touch. You're right yes eventually. The law will be challenged will make its way to the supreme court. Sisal wants their those shriveled old. Jacksonian sonian democrats will overturn it but that process won't happen overnight. It'll take time enough time. I'll wager to remove from power any southern governor who doesn't toe the line in heaven my really entertaining this bingham. They are murder in friedman with impunity and these elected officials are protecting the murderers to have a conversation with senator something i i use better. Yes i require a yes. Yes thank you johnson is absolutely going to you now. Here's the hoping happy voting miss debenham in july.

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"12 my" Discussed on 1865

1865

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"12 my" Discussed on 1865

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