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Chris Kohls Reviews His Favorite 'Indiana Jones' Movie

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:13 min | 22 hrs ago

Chris Kohls Reviews His Favorite 'Indiana Jones' Movie

"Move on to the third and final movie in the Indiana Jones trilogy, which is, of course, the Holy Grail. You say this is the one that you enjoy the most because it's the most humorous. Yep, I can watch this. If it comes on television, I'll just keep watching it. I mean, who doesn't love the moment where Indy throws the guy off of the plane and turns to everybody else or the blimp, sorry? In terms of everybody else and just goes, no ticket. And everybody just pulls their tickets out like crazy. I mean, there's so many moments like that in this movie. And it really is, I mean, this is and you got Sean Connery as his father, what perfect casting, the man who inspired Indiana Jones. Allegedly he didn't want to take the role because there's only like 13 or 14 years between them and he didn't want to play his dad. Well, some people, I mean, you and I are the same age and you look like you could be my dad. Who invited this guy? I mean, seriously. I give him a platform. I give him 3 million listeners. I give him some credibility and he sits there and he just is on. Hey, what did I call you at the beginning of the show? I said, this is the Han Solo to my Luke Skywalker.

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The Numbers Don't Look Good...

The Trish Regan Show

02:06 min | 1 d ago

The Numbers Don't Look Good...

"Let's turn to the overall economy right now because as we get more and more earnings in, I don't think it's looking so hot. I mean, I've been watching this market and you know I've been watching it with a ton of skepticism because since October, we've been watching it just go up up and away. I think up about 13% on the S&P 500. But what happens once the panacea that investors are planning for doesn't actually pan out. Then what do we do? And I don't know if it's going to pan out. I just want to point out, we're looking at basically the slowest earnings growth for the third quarter sends 2020. I mean, in 2020, it was really, really bad. Corporate earnings are just not coming in. And we've got, well, nearly 95% of companies reporting already. And so I would just say, if it's that bad in the third, what happens in the fourth, when you get those numbers in? What are people really going to say? I do know this week are going to be watching a few biggies. We get Dollar General coming out with get Salesforce. We've got Kroger, the grocery store. And what we're looking for here is whether or not we're starting to see much in the way of pullback on behalf of consumers. One of the good things about companies like Dollar General is that sometimes you see a trade down effect when things get kind of tough. People start trading down to the walmarts to the dollar generals, so we'll be watching all of this to see what the consumer trends really are. I would just say a lot of companies having reported and this is all according to facts at which trax and for the third quarter we really are looking at a pretty miserable showing. So unless things somehow turn around, big time in the final three months of the year and we'll get those reports of course in 2023. I would think that a slowdown in consumer spending coupled with a Federal Reserve that even if they're not doing 75 basis points is still trying to come through with 50 basis points each time I would think that you are going to start to see some softening. I would point out that the stocks are trading right now around 17 times earnings. It's a little bit higher than their historical ten year average. Not as crazy as it was. I mean, I think we're up around 21, 22 times earnings before. So we're back in a more normal range, but still in a very bullish optimistic range. And

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49ers top Saints 13-0, first to blank New Orleans since 2001

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

49ers top Saints 13-0, first to blank New Orleans since 2001

"San Francisco's defense set the tone from the opening drive, forcing New Orleans Alvin Kamara to fumble and holding the star running back to a total 13 yards rushing for the game. The mission accomplished Nick Bosa says the defense expected the saints to try to get their run game going, but shut it down. And whenever you do that, it's going to be a really good chance of making a team one dimensional. Jimmy Garoppolo through the game's only touchdown in a 13 zero victory as San Francisco became the first team to hold New Orleans scoreless in nearly 21 years. The forty-niners improved to 7 and four alone atop the NFC west. The saints fall to foreign aid. I'm Ben Thomas

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Commanders outrun Falcons, intercept Mariota in 19-13 win

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

Commanders outrun Falcons, intercept Mariota in 19-13 win

"Kendall fuller intercepted a Marcus Mariota pass in the end zone with 58 seconds to go as the commanders held on to beat the falcons 19 to 13. The pass was tipped by Doran Payne. Fuller in the commanders are 7 and 5 and they've won three straight and 6 of 7. Definitely a big win. As a team, you know, you expect to win. The preparation that you put in during the week in the off season all year, you expect to go into games and win and we just want to keep it going. Commander quarterback Taylor heinicke threw for a pair of touchdowns and Brian Robinson ran for one while rushing for a 105 yards. The falcons fall to 5 and 7. Craig heist landover, Maryland.

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Ayton has 29 points, 21 rebounds as Suns edge Jazz 113-112

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Ayton has 29 points, 21 rebounds as Suns edge Jazz 113-112

"Deandre ayton led away with 29 points and 21 rebounds both season highs as the sun's edge at the jazz one 13 one 12, 8 and scored a season high for the second straight night following 28 on Friday. For this team I have to be that energizer that dude who making them plays was on the glass. It was Duncan the ball was getting the crowd in it, setting the hard screens setting the tone of the physicality. Devin Booker added 27 points as the sun picked up their fourth straight win to improve the 13 and 6. Jordan Clarkson 22 points, Kotlin Sexton 20 to lead the jazz. They've lost four straight and 5 to 12 and ten. George Canada, Phoenix

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Lots of sports options on Black Friday

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 3 d ago

Lots of sports options on Black Friday

"AP sports I'm Tom Miriam, World Cup soccer, the U.S. held England to a scoreless draw in their second match of the opening round. But the Americans now must be to ran on Tuesday in order to avoid elimination and advance to the knockout round. The NBA feasted on 14 games of the day after Thanksgiving, the Celtics and bucks want to remain atop the Eastern Conference standings while the sons and nuggets did the same out west. 13 NHL games led by the bruins setting a league record by becoming the first team to win his first 12 home games after three two overtime win over the hurricanes. Plenty of college football action on Black Friday and the only game matching two ranked teams tulane edge Cincinnati 27 24, Florida state UCLA and Texas also posted wins. Band aid for North Carolina as the 17th ranked tar heels football team lost to NC state and the top ranked UNC basketball team was defeated by Iowa state. Defending champion Kansas had its 17 game winning streak snapped by 22nd ranked Tennessee. Time Arian AP sports

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Packed Black Friday sports schedule

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 3 d ago

Packed Black Friday sports schedule

"AP sports I'm Tom Miriam. On Black Friday, the NBA and NHL were as busy as the shopping malls. 14 NBA games and 13 on the ice were played the day after both leagues were off for Thanksgiving. The Celtics added to their league leading record by beating searching Sacramento as Jason Tatum scored 30 with help from the Boston bench. I think when we might have been down for the end of the half of ten, he knows because of those guys came in and just changed the momentum. The bucks kept pace by beating the Cavaliers thanks largely to a 35, ten third quarter in which Bobby port has played a key role. Felt good for us overall as a basketball team, because it felt like we was playing books, basketball, for a chance. Victories also for the Lakers heat suns, warriors, nuggets, grizzly sixers pacers, rockets, thunder hornets, and the trailblazers in overtime over the Knicks. NHL, the bruins became the first team to win its first 12 home games in the season, as they beat the hurricanes three to two in overtime on David pasternak's gold. Big win for us, obviously, and coming from behind, you know, after Thanksgiving, the game is never easy, so it's good with. The devil's after having their 13 game win streak snap bounced back with a three one win in Buffalo. Other winners, the capitals penguins islanders red wings, Maple Leafs Canadians kraken jets, senators kings and lightning, with Braden points scoring too early goals. I think both teams were into it right away. It was nice to get a couple goals for us early. Pretty good jump on the game. I thought it was a fun game. World Cup soccer, the United States finished in a scoreless tie with England as coach Greg berhalter's young team had the better scoring chances. Overall, pleased with the performance of the group, most importantly, the belief of the group, because that never wavered. The U.S. now must be to ran on Tuesday to advance to the knockout round. Plenty of college action on Black Friday, football winners included four ranked teams tulane, Florida state UCLA and Texas, and basketball top ranked North Carolina lost a wire with state. Tom Arian AP sports.

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A Prayer for Times of Uncertainty

Your Daily Prayer

02:22 min | 3 d ago

A Prayer for Times of Uncertainty

"Sometimes things don't go as planned. And many times for reasons beyond what we can understand. This is why it's so important to remember where to place our hope in times of uncertainty. Our focus first reminds us that our trust is not to be placed in our circumstances, predictable or not. Instead our trust is meant for the lord, and the Bible is clear that it is safe for us to place our trust in the lord even when it doesn't make sense to us. We can do this because unlike our ever changing circumstances, our God remains the same. Hebrews 13 8. For those in Christ, we can safely build our entire lives upon the promises of God's word, knowing he has secured our last for eternity, Isaiah 33 6. And as for the temporary things that happen in this life, we can trust him to use those for our benefit too. He takes everything that happens to us, both good and bad and uses it for our good, the good of others, and his glory, Romans 8 28. The good news for those dreaded times of uncertainty is that our understanding and God's ability to work all things for our good and his glory are not mutually exclusive. Meaning one does not depend upon the other. We don't have to understand our situations to know that God is holding every detail of our lives together in his trustworthy hands. And praise God, he does not wait for us to understand to accomplish his plans and purposes in and through us. Let's pray. Dear lord, you know how much my heart desires predictability and security? But lord so often, I hope to find it in my circumstances instead of you. Lord forgive me when I don't trust you, when fear wells up inside of me, God let it prompt me to acknowledge your presence and your sovereignty over every detail of my life. Thank you that you are faithful, completely dependable, and trustworthy because you never change. Unlike the unpredictable circumstances that daily let me down. God, you never fail me. Joshua 20 one 45. And Jesus name, amen.

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Pop star Kris Wu sentenced to 13 years for rape, other charges

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

Pop star Kris Wu sentenced to 13 years for rape, other charges

"Chinese Canadian pop star Chris whoo has been sentenced to 13 years in prison in China on charges including rape. Wu was given 11 years and 6 months for a 2020 rape. He was given a further one year in ten months for the crime of assembling a crowd to engage in sexual promiscuity. It occurred at a 2018 event in which he and others allegedly assaulted two women they had gotten drunk. The June trial of the 32 year old former member of the South Korean group exo was close to the public to protect the victim's privacy, whoo, grew up in Guangzhou in China and in Vancouver British Columbia. I'm Karen Chammas

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Cowboys 21 second half unanswered points leads to 28-20 win vs. Giants | UNDISPUTED

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 d ago

Cowboys 21 second half unanswered points leads to 28-20 win vs. Giants | UNDISPUTED

"The Dallas Cowboys rallied to defeat the New York Giants 28 20 on Thanksgiving overcoming a 13 7 deficit with 21 unanswered points in the second half. Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy says the cowboys time of possession keyed the win. Excellent division win game we had to have and I love the fire team and really tried to break their method and one of the things I'm talking about is controlling the ball was a big focus for us today. Dad Prescott threw for 261 yards and two touchdowns to Dalton Schultz, CD lamb caught 6 for one O 6, while Daniel Jones threw for two

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Bills, Vikings and Cowboys score Thanksgiving wins.

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 4 d ago

Bills, Vikings and Cowboys score Thanksgiving wins.

"AP sports, I'm Mike Reeves, it was a busy Thanksgiving Day in the NFL with three games on the schedule, the bills were in Detroit to meet the Lions, correspondent Denny cap, was there and has this report. Tyler bass boots a 45 yard field goal with two seconds left as the bills hang on to beat the Lions 28 25 on Thanksgiving Day, passes heroics from 8 necessary after he missed an extra point late in the fourth quarter, which allowed Lions kicker Michael batchley to sign the game on a 51 yarder with 23 seconds left. Sometimes you do everything that you write and sometimes you just get unlucky. We got unlucky, but we have a great group of guys that support me and have my back and I was able to reset and focus on the next big. Josh Allen put bounced into position to win the game, orchestrating a 48 yard drive spurred by a 36 yard pass the Stefan Diggs. Bob Stephens was on hand to watch the cowboys host the Giants. The Dallas Cowboys rallied to defeat the New York Giants 28 20 on Thanksgiving, overcoming a 13 7 deficit with 21 unanswered points in the second half. Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy says the cowboys time of possession keyed the win. Excellent division win game we had to have and I love the fire team and really what tried to break their method. And one thing I'm talking about is controlling the ball was a big focus for us today. That Prescott threw for 261 yards and two touchdowns the Dalton Schultz, CD lamb caught 6 for one O 6, while Daniel Jones threw for two 28 in a touchdown for the Giants. In Minnesota Kirk Cousins finds Adam Thielen in the end zone with 9 34 left to give the Vikings a 33 26 win over the Patriots, it was cousins third scoring strike of the game, just a phenomenal catch by him. I thought that the way he's able to catch that football, keep his feet in bounds. It just says a lot about his ability. One of the things he does really well is his body control and he's just overall athleticism and he showed it there. A great play by him. In college football, Mississippi state gets passed almost 24 22 in college troops in top 5 action number one North Carolina and number three Kansas are winners. I'm Mike Reeves, AP sports.

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Solana Price Prediction: Why Upsides Could Be Limited in SOL

NewsBTC

02:54 min | 5 d ago

Solana Price Prediction: Why Upsides Could Be Limited in SOL

"6 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Solana price prediction, why upsides could be limited in SOL. Solana tumbled below the 20 and 15 levels against the U.S. dollar. SOL price is now recovering, but upsides might be limited above 15 and 17. Soul price traded as low as 10.92 before it recovered a few points against the U.S. dollar. The price is now trading below 15 and the 100 simple moving average four hours. There was a break above a major bearish trendline with resistance near 12.45 on the four hours chart of the soulless pair data source from kraken. The pair could face a strong selling interest in near 15 and 17 in the coming days. Solana price starts short term recovery this month, Solana price saw a strong downward move below the 30 level. There was a strong move below the 25 and 20 support levels. Sole price even dumped below the 15 level. Finally, it found support near 11 and traded as low as 10.92. Recently, there was a minor upside correction similar to Bitcoin and Ethereum. The price was able to climb above the 11.50 and 11.85 levels. Besides, there was a break above a major bearish trendline with resistance near 12.45 on the four hours chart of the Solus pair. However, the pair is still trading below 15 and the 100 simple moving average four hours. On the upside, an immediate resistance is near the 15 level and the 100 simple moving average four hours. The next major resistance is near the 17 zone. It is close to the 23.6 fib retracement level of the main drop from the 38.75 swing high to 10.9 too low. Source Solus on trading view dot com a close above the 17 zone might send the price towards the 20 level in the near term. Any more gains might send the price towards the 25 level. Fresh decline in SOL if SOL fails to clear the 15 resistance, it could start a fresh decline. An initial support on the downside is near the 13.00 level. The first major support is near the 12 level. The next major support is near the 11 level or the recent low. If there is a downside break below the 11 support, the bears might even push the price below ten. Technical indicators for hours, the MA CD for bomb bust is losing pace in the bearish zone. For hours RSI relative strength index the RSI for bomb bust is currently above the 50 level. Major support levels 13, 12 and 11. Major resistance levels 15, 17 and 20.

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Deloitte: Metaverse Could Add $1.4 Trillion a Year to Asia’s GDP

Bitcoin News Miner

00:43 sec | 5 d ago

Deloitte: Metaverse Could Add $1.4 Trillion a Year to Asia’s GDP

"7 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Deloitte, metaverse could add $1.4 trillion a year to Asia, S GDP. Deloitte estimates the metaverse could add 1.4 trillion to Asia's GDP annually by 2035. Noting that the metaverse market could be as large as 13 trillion by 2030, the global financial services firm said the metaverse is no longer science fiction. Early metaverse platforms are already being used by millions. Deloitte's metaverse study anew. The postal Lloyd metaverse could add 1.4 trillion a year to Asia's GDP appeared first on Bitcoin news minor.

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Deloitte: Metaverse Could Add $1.4 Trillion a Year to Asia’s GDP

Bitcoin News

00:36 sec | 5 d ago

Deloitte: Metaverse Could Add $1.4 Trillion a Year to Asia’s GDP

"7 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Deloitte, metaverse, could add $1.4 trillion a year to Asia, STD, Deloitte estimates the metaverse could add 1.4 trillion to Asia's GDP annually by 2035. Noting that the metaverse market could be as large as 13 trillion by 2030, the global financial services firm said the metaverse is no longer science fiction. Early metaverse platforms are already being used by millions. Deloitte's metaverse study a new

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Tatum has 37 points, 13 rebounds, Celtics beat Mavs 125-112

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 d ago

Tatum has 37 points, 13 rebounds, Celtics beat Mavs 125-112

"The Boston Celtics scored 70 of their 125 points in the first half and added to their league leading wind total with a one 25 one 12 win over the Dallas Mavericks. Celtics forward Jayson Tatum scored 37, while his teammate jaylen Brown added 31. The Celtics led by as many as 27, but the Mavericks cut it to 9 in the second half behind league leading scorer Luka Dončić's 42 points. But it was the balanced Celtics offense that secured the victory with all 5 starters scoring in double figures within two minutes of the start of the second half. Great gadski, Boston.

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DeRozan scores 36, Bulls down Bucks 118-113

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 d ago

DeRozan scores 36, Bulls down Bucks 118-113

"The bulls are showing signs in the last two games that they're turning things around. They wanted Milwaukee one 18 one 13, not with back to back wins over the bucks in Boston Celtics two of the best teams in the NBA demar Derozan led the way with 36. Just having a confidence to compete for a close to 48 minutes as possible. Being locked in, you know, and these are results. White made back to back late three pointers that erase the box three point lead the final 75 seconds. Yanis Santa drupal had 36 for the bucks. Check Freeman. Milwaukee

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Devils' 13-game win streak halted in 2-1 loss to Maple Leafs

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 d ago

Devils' 13-game win streak halted in 2-1 loss to Maple Leafs

"The devil's franchise record 13 game winning streak came to an end as the Maple Leafs came in and defeated New Jersey by the final score of two to one. Toronto scoring came in the first as pontius homework got the leafs on the board in three minutes later, John Tavares netted his 12th town of the year. The Devils had their first three goals of the game overturned. The fans and Prudential center upset after the third time through food and drinks on the ice, which caused a cleanup delay. Dougie Hamilton with a lone devil score late in the third, Toronto goalie Matt Murray stopped 32 shots as the leafs have now won two other last three. For the Devils, they face defeat for just the fourth time in 20 games played. Mike Moriarty, norc, New Jersey

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Charlie and Tiger Woods' Golfing Dymanic

Fore The People

02:18 min | 6 d ago

Charlie and Tiger Woods' Golfing Dymanic

"We got Charlie and Tiger. He picked Charlie and Tiger. He also talked about a lot of going to win the father son. They're probably going to win the father's son. I can think of no better scenario to in 2022 with the Tiger Woods coming. Coming back on the golf course and him and his son taken down, taken down the father's son. He could probably do you think Charlie Woods can be Tiger at this point? I don't know, man. I don't know. I heard Charlie goes to the weight room all the time. Like for however old he is, how old is he? 13, 14. He looks freaking like he's pretty swole. But I heard Tiger, I heard Tiger, he might not be playing it anymore. I don't know. Shows you how up to date we are with current golf events. I mean, I don't know why he wouldn't, unless he's really, really, really banged up, but I hope he does play 'cause that was fun to watch. Charlie swing, by the way, you can break stuff down and find false, but he has a lot of mannerisms just because he watched, I bet you, I'm assuming tigers his coach, right? Maybe he has another coach that looks at him, but I'm assuming tigers is his coach. And I mean, he has a hole in his backyard that you can hit a full 7 iron in. And the real estate just on that 7 iron hole is probably $50 million plus. This is just, I mean, different kind of wins, different greens, different everything. And I'm not saying that because there's plenty of, there's plenty of rich kids growing up. That were kids of guys on the PGA Tour and they grew up just being a bunch of assholes and weren't good at golf at all. And they just blah, blah, blah. A lot of them decided they were smart. They didn't want to play golf. Maybe they're a doctor or maybe they're trying to save the world. That's fine. But a lot of these kids, you know, you know them, you'll see them just get sponsored exemptions, blah, blah, blah. I think Tiger puts it in Charlie's head like, hey, it's going to be extra hard for you. I mean, who are they going to compare you to? Let's be honest, the goat. Right. So it's going to be extra hard and just as mannerisms, whatever, the way he talks when he does talk. He seems pretty chill, but that's a lot of pressure, man. But if there's anyone, I mean, what did Earl Woods do? Tiger. I mean, you know, talk about making the guy a mentally tough. I don't know if Tiger is that hard on Charlie. I really doubt it, but he probably took the good out of all that mental tough training and told Charlie what it takes. And maybe it just goes out there.

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"Way a lot of awakening for both of us, I think, back in the day, ten years ago, there was a JPMorgan Chase investors conference, and we had the you had the slide show. Yeah, I had the slide show. And it was, I forget which pharmaceutical company it was or if it was maybe just one CEO talking about the industry. And it had it right there. They had their hockey stick. It was off the charts, vaccines are the next revenue source. This is the gold mine. And since that, we've seen, we got HPV gardasil, all this stuff came in. Then we had the swine flu. The flu virus is an ongoing vaccination program. Just on and on and on and on and on. My favorite, by the way, during the swine flu thing, I think I put in one of the older newsletters. I had a picture. We're giving swine flu shots out at Albany at the library. I remember this, yes. I'm telling you, it was like a Star Wars movie. Yes. The people were lined up with their kids around the block to get this shot. And that's a shot I never I never got that shot. I just, my approach, and I've said it before, is I think Tamiflu and relenza are two antivirals that work very well if you get the flu or do you think you're getting the flu where you better be pretty sure you're just wasting a lot of money because they're expensive. And it's like I had to flu shot most of my life for every how many variations can there be that I haven't gotten the shot for? I was thinking about this myself. I never received a flu shot. The last time I got the flu, serious flu, was the swine flu in San Francisco. And I lived and since then, I've had no flu. Now I'm dying from allergies. It's a different problem. But flutina, I don't seem to get it anymore. I caught a version, I cut that one from a couple of years ago, that killed a bunch of people. I know two people Jerry Parnell, I think, was killed by the same flu. Wow. Shoot, man. You should go get a shot. We can't have you dying from some flu. I had this flu. And what happened was we were in London, and they were coming back, and I was getting it right there in the spot. And he went to have a process for these things, so I don't get sick. And my process wasn't working. And I said, that this has got to be the flu and I immediately started on Tamiflu. What is your process? I take no more than two mega doses of vitamin D three. If it doesn't go away, then I rarely have to take two. It's usually with one dose of dogs, everything out. Gotcha. And so it stops colds in its tracks. But you can't do it a lot because it's hard on the kidneys, but you can do it once a month. Anyway, this wasn't working. But I always carry Tamiflu when I travel. So I started right away with that and I got through it pretty effortlessly, considering that everybody else is dropping like flies. My wife, yeah, she started too late on everything. And she got a bad case of it. It's really good. We need her too. We got to keep you guys healthy. That's the back office or the front office. We can't have this. We're fine, okay? Okay, I'm worried about you. I learned by watching you, okay? Something like that. Hey, you, man. Nah, man. Two man. Keepers keeping me healthy. No worries. And that is our deconstruction for today. We of course will have lots more to talk about on Sunday and never ends. Not just deconstruction of your media, a worldwide, maybe some things we hadn't learned yet from the media, but also a wrap up of. No agenda no agenda dependence. The no agenda dependence meet up. You'll have the event. That's right. The event will be Saturday. We'll talk about it on Sunday. For that lookup, no agenda meetups dot com. And coming to you from downtown Austin, Texas. Capital the drone star state fema reached number 6 in the government to maps into 5 O 9 Claudio in the morning everybody. I madam curry. And from northern Silicon Valley were indeed then suffered did not go by. I'm John C dvorak. And we thank Marco Garcia, Dave Corbin, Lee O le puke. OV DB and placebo for our end of show mixes until Sunday. Remember us at dvorak dot org slash NA until then adios mofo. And such. Hello, everyone. I think it is a green dream. Tax rates as high as 60 or 70% cost estimate 93. $1 trillion. News first. That's what the box version. This is the American. It's not exactly a random organization. I don't care anymore. I'm at least trying. The power is in the person who's trying regardless of the success. You try. They're not even trying. They're jealous of me. Is it okay to still have children? The Green New Deal, for $93 trillion, but you can have brands in the brand a brand new life will run I'm the boss 'cause you're not deal with it. That's their problem, not ours. A swag bag. Look at that. Isn't that so cute? No songs that have gone in and triggered people. That's a collectible emotion in the brain. Cell phones that have gone in and triggered people. But a single electron only places the brain. The same rings took the trigger. Yeah. Should be your single worst of phone that gets everyone into the stache. Surface energy people are gonna end up being killers and crazy we have cooked for the same reason took the trigger. Yeah. The breed. I took the trigger now. Electrical condition. Believing with the program cleanse through the earth. Now here is the one and only I didn't tell you. Yeah, moncla, yeah. Yours comes in like you're with me. Yeah, montclair yeah. I buy a new car for the bitch. I tear down the mall with a bitch. You can't even talk to the bitch. She fucking with bosses.

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"And now it's time for some gooey love. And the last gooey love of the year. Martin, what did you find? Well, I found a thing called mango hud. I mentioned earlier in the year that I'd been playing Cyberpunk 2077 on Linux. And I found a couple of other people that were doing the same. And one guy heard put one of these frame rate time interval counters overlaid and I was like, oh, how do you do that? And it's this thing called mango hud. So I thought I want that. And I built it from source like an animal and made it work. And I thought this went do. So I then found out that the debian gaming team had been preparing packaging for mango hud. So I took that and adapted it and back ported it to Ubuntu and published it in a PPA. And I now have my games in steam automatically launch this overlay, so I can see the power consumption of the GPU, the temperature of the GPU and the CPU, the frequency they're running at how many frames per second, the frame rate intervals and all the rest of it. That's really good because my previous solution to this when I had an Nvidia GPU was I would SSH into my steam box from another computer. And run their Nvidia CLI tool, which output this to the command line. Does it work with any GPU? Yes, so the one in my PPA does. So the one that the debian team of publishing doesn't have the Nvidia GPU enablement, but I've enabled that in the version I publish in my PPA. And when it starts, you can just use shift F 12 to turn it on and off. So I have it always start and then I can turn it off when I don't want it to be there. And it doesn't lag the game or impact the game performance in any way, noticeably. Not that I can measure no. And then when I put some tweets out about this and then a bunch of people said, oh, well, what you need now is this thing called go overlay and go overlay is a thing that configures mango had to say what attributes you want displayed and what color and where you want them. So I've also prepared and packaged overlay and it's in the same PPA. So you've got the UI to configure and manage this thing. And we'll have links to the show note in the show notes to where you can get all of that stuff. Nice. And now it's time for all your wonderful feedback. And first up, Eric Nancy mailed us. I.

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"What else happened in October? The windows calculator on Linux with uno platform happened with another opportunity. See, it's just constant stream of these app development platforms and SDKs coming to Linux. And uno had a little cheeky bit of promo for their development platform by bringing a Windows calculator like experience to Linux and I found that quite fun. Nice way to promote the use of their SDK and yet another way for people to build applications on their favorite desktop. I still have it install this my default calculator. And I got very excited in October about the new Raspberry Pi compute module four, which has a new form factor, and they also released an example IO board, which it plugs into, which I'm still hoping will lead to a new generation of raspberry high powered laptops using this module because I think it allows a much more streamlined design of laptop based on the Raspberry Pi platform. Yeah, I think that with the 8 gig model and the four gig model and what have you, the time is ripe for somebody to come up with a genuine Raspberry Pi laptop for sure. Also with a PCI connector. So it's kind of limitless what you could do with that. Whether it's a GPU or something else on that bus could be super interesting. Yeah. And that wasn't it for the Raspberry Pi news Martin. No, in November, they announced their Raspberry Pi 400 keyboard, which I think is my device of the year. Look, we've covered all of these Raspberry Pi announcements. They've been busy over the course of 2020, but I thought this was absolutely splendid. The keyboard form factor really makes it super convenient to have a Raspberry Pi just on your desk and in the corner and you can just pull it forward and do stuff on it when you need it. I love it. It's a great, great device. And the book that comes in the full kit is brilliant if you've got kids and they're just getting into scratch and stuff, that book is just a treasure trove. And finally, Martin. Some Ubuntu Martinez, how could we not have a little bit of a binto Martin years at the end of the year? So in late November, the Ubuntu Marte team announced that we had enabled the GPD win max mobile gaming laptop and official firmware is available from the GPD website and the urban tomato website. Great. Well listeners, what a good year it was for news..

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"That people have an additional avenue through which to express themselves in app development. My what a lot of good news and we've only got to August, so Alan, what did we find in August? Oh my gosh, this was just amazing. The national museum of computing launched a virtual tour. And obviously, if it's difficult for you to get to the national museum of computing, which it might be, then a virtual tour is just as good because the way they've done it in such a way that you could virtually walk around the museum and zoom in on their exhibits and look at the posters on the wall and move from room to room and it was just so beautifully done that you could just meander around a museum like you would in real life, but there was nobody to bump into and nobody to get in your way and nobody's standing in front of the exhibits. You could just meander around at your leisure and revisit at any time so you can go back to that website now and have another look around the museum. It's fantastic. I love it. Brilliant. And shortly after we found that Jupiter broadcasting, Friends of the show announced that they are independent again. They threw off the shackles of their corporate paymasters. To become an independent broadcasting network once again, and we wish them all the best and still continue to do so. Martin, what happened in September? Well, in September building on the news of Lenovo's bringing their range of workstations with Ubuntu in June, HP announced their Z series workstations and mobile workstations are also going to start shipping with Ubuntu. And that completed the trio of the three top tier one OEMs that are now all shipping Ubuntu on their devices. Excellent. Yeah, it's great to have more choice for when you want to buy a laptop. There's all these little boutique people like the system 76 and a tuxedo and all of that. But having big brand names that people know and recognize available directly from their website that you can order a machine with Ubuntu pre install gives a lot more confidence for Ubuntu as well because people then, okay, this is a legit thing. If this company is selling it, then yeah, I like that. There's a lot of commentary about how do you market desktop Linux and get more adoption and I think this is this is how we do it. We get we get Ubuntu on more devices that people can easily purchase because what is it your advertising if it's not like go and get this thing here and away you go? Alan, in October, episode 29, we talked about something super exciting for me. The ouya console. Which I always want to say, oh yeah, because that's how the title sequences. Developer working on mainline Linux kernel support for this device, which it was an Android console that inverted commas failed. A lot of them were sold. It was a crowdfunding campaign. A lot of them were sold and they weren't as popular as they could have been. And there were some missteps, but there's a lot of them out there. And so developers working on getting support for this in the mainline kernel. So people can revive their little tiny device which sits next to the TV and allows you to play video games on the TV very easily. So yeah, I was very pleased to see that in October. Will you be installing a Linux distro on your oh, yeah, at some point in the future. Yes, just so that I can mention it if we come back for another season, I can mention that I've installed on it so I'm like, oh, yeah..

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"Yes, and he can't because you're lying in the way of his bulldozers. That's it. I think we can come to some arrangements. Hello? Hello. Is mister Dan come to his senses yet? Can we for the moment assume that he hasn't? Well, can we also assume that he's going to be lying there all day? So, so all your men are going to be standing around here all day doing nothing. Could be, and if you're assigned to doing that anyway, you don't actually need him to lie there in front of the bulldozer all the time. Do you? Well no, not exactly need as such. Right. So if you could just take it as red that he's actually there, then here and I can nip off down the pub for half an hour. How does that sound? It sounds perfectly reasonable. I suppose. And if you want to pop off for a quick one yourself later on, we can always cover for you in return. Yes, thanks very much. I suppose we don't actually need him there for the whole time. Excellent. So if you'd just like to come over here and lie down. What? Oh yes, it's very simple. My client mister dent says he will stop lying here in the mod on the sole condition you take over from him. What are you talking about? Shh. Sorry. You want me to come and lie down there? Yes. In front of the bulldozer. Yes. Instead of mister dent. Yes. In the mud in, as you say, the mud. In return for which you will take mister dent with you down to the pub. Yes. Promise. Promise. Come on off the get up, let the man lie down. Oh, and no sneaking knocking mister dense house down while he's away. All right? What? The slightest thought hadn't even begun to speculate about the merest possibility of crossing my mind. I think we can trust him myself by trusting to the end of the earth. Yes, but how far is that? About 32 minutes away. Come on, I need a drink. How are they dressed to go to the park? By drink, Ford prefect meant alcohol. The inside the media Galactica describes alcohol as a colorless volatile liquid formed by the fermentation of sugars and also notes its intoxicating effects on certain carbon based life forms. The hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy also mentions alcohol. It says that the best drink in existence is the pan galactic gargle blaster. The effect of which is like having your brain smashed out with a slice of lemon wrapped around a large golden brick. The guide also tells you on which planet the best pan galactic gargle blasters are mixed, how much you can expect to pay for one and what voluntary organizations exist to help you rehabilitate. The man who invented this mind pummeling drink also invented the wisest remark ever made, which was this. Never drink more than two pan galactic gargle blasters unless you wear a 30 ton mega elephant with bronchial pneumonia. His name is Zeke pod people rocks and we shall learn more of his wisdom later..

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"Biggest fan but I'm I'm really into them and took so and so I would, I would love to talk her into becoming a member of your entrepreneurs Club truth. Yes. It would be she would be most most welcome. It gets we're at the point where we try to wind this down Gabriella. You shared a lot of information today and I know in G and I and I know our listeners aren't going to really suck. Enjoy all of your thoughts and your ideas and your insights, your lovely person. There were so thankful that we had the opportunity to chat with you. I just wanted to thank you so much because that's really enough to be on your broadcast and I I think you start to get now a few weeks or months ago. And I really hope that keeps getting more and more interest because it's really an exciting one and I really love how in Kansas years so I am I'm really all for you. You're very, very kind, very kind of you to say that and also for everyone out there just letting you know, if you want to know more about Gabriela abecassis and her programs, we will have the pranks in this show notes and also under the show guests tab on the thought, rope podcast.com website, so everyone can listen and and visit them. Riella's website and learn more about her and connect with her on social media. And if you're on Instagram, be sure and watch and listen or IG TV program. There are well worth it and I also want to say while you're their follower..

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"Is between them. So we're between strengths and the two other ones off Frank's, there was no real team. So there was a big difference. So it really is evolution between the the different galleries where I walk. Whereas a different of a difference between the teams and how much work we could be legates to other people in the gallery. And for example, if there could be a technicians and or not, or he's the guy who hangs the exhibition themselves and and so there was the, the results in the division and I need to Frank as well. And they don't issue issue hung the show yourself or it should delegate it to enough ignition. So, and in London, that was much more thought there was an approach to ignition thing to see out, which was maybe a bit more luxurious. And as soon as it shows were a bit more professional way in Amsterdam interest, it was a bit more experimental and romantic and poetic interesting. Interesting. So why did you decide that working in a job? Salary wasn't for you anymore. So that was based on two different, two different categories. So that was one of the reason I decided I didn't want to work in a gallery. So main reason with that, I started to understand what I wanted to bring to the visual arts industry. That was always a very big question for me so. And by having conversation with people who were visiting the gallery, I I actually realized that the most money and the visit. We're coming to either get rid of most where athletes while trying to understand how the community of the gallery works. And so that was And at the same time, they it was really difficult for them to enter the the vehicle, the gallery. Because Gary's already have a lot of artists that working this month. So I understood the Gap that it was kind of in the market is our market, and this is your industry at the same time article really, trying the best kind of thought how to integrate the gallery. But at the same time, no space Hogan. So sorry. I I wanted to bring what I could and to help you know, a lot of books tell artists to hang out to galleries that somebody is going to start a conversation with them and then all of a sudden they could end up in the gallery. But you've dealt with a lot of artists where you worked in these galleries. What is the one thing that you think they all had in common? So yeah, that most doctors dialogue. Dark twins are so kind and so if you use one thing they all have in common. Yes the one thing they all had in common is kindness and wage. Also reason I wanted to work with artists because it's just so much of the knowledge they have about life and the experience they have a girl nice and every single time I have a conversation with an Asus I end up being so inspired and feeling like I understand Life's a bit more page where where I want to get it more so that there was something I noticed when having all of these conversations with the sound and the reason why I'm doing my job, well you're doing a very good job at a very good. Well, thank you, thank you. So when did you decide to develop your program to help creative people sell their Art online wage? So that's a finished story actually, I think so. Yes. So even it was more than a year ago, my partner and I got engaged and I was looking at places to learn how to organize a wedding. And I found this great club and I come in the bread club and I look at all of these women being part of his business which was the club and all of this young man, getting helps through the stomach of the clamp. And I I realized that was a great format in that what I liked in my windshield India for home. It was having a community that I could really love and I that I could really feel that I could see him so long. Michael zuk labelled. So methods a membership. I really fell in love with it and that that's what inspired me to create the artist and some kind of Club. So, packed 25. If I'm, if I had, if I hadn't been, if we hadn't occurred engaged my partner and I probably wouldn't have got the idea. Okay. Create this coming Thursday. Wonderful things came down there once, yeah, yeah. So Gabrielle, oh, what exactly is out of the cube. So, you know, how that sometimes we call art galleries were tubes. And I was really getting my way out of the gallery. So that's, that's how it became out of the cage. And at the same thing, it's, it's a game with the expression out of the box. And the idea is that I think that it's really important to start talking about money openly without his and about business as well with them. Stinking, that money is always bad. Actually, I believe the opposite that can be, you can do good things with it. And I think that there is a big wage. Yeah, there is a b 5 blue, but money in the art world and which, which makes that artists really bad about it by the, and I want to have them better ability and get more of a feel like they're selling themselves out. Right? Yes. Exactly. And also that they will get money on them approved by other organizations in the art world. And I think they can be very limiting when when actually there are not enough organization wage. To approve everyone and and that even if someone thinks that once practice is not good enough, it doesn't mean that jet pack is not good. You just mean that the person who stood that wasn't the right questions and that we have to find the people who they are are really helping with one thing. So we're getting think. Every other we all know for sure artists need to eat. Well yes yeah yeah completely yes. Just like every other human being wage they yeah exactly. They need food..

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"Would love to if I could definitely him. What a great answer is the best answer and one that we can relate to and lightly and appreciate so much. Yeah, you know, cuz this has been chatting with you today has been wonderful. I really got a lot out of it. You're such a positive upbeat person, you just makes my ass. Me. I'm sure it makes sense. You feel good? Just to chat with you? Absolutely. Yeah. This it's been an exciting exciting thing. Yeah. The opportunity to speak with you. Yes, thank you for taking time out to talk with us today. Thought, Rowe podcast, and we so appreciate you being here and you're positive words in your inspiration and your motivation, you are just a Powerhouse girl. Thank you so much. Is an owner. I am so glad that I was invited and looked, thank you so much. It was wonderful. Wonderful. Thank you and hands you and she wants to do you get everybody? No, real important. Okay, the important stuff now. So just going to let you know that if you want to know more about Chris which I'm sure you do, we will have the links in the show notes and also under the guest tab, on our thought rope podcast.com website. So everyone can visit Chris's website and learn more about her and khong. With her on social media. So we'll have all the links there. I have a feeling I'm going to be very, very popular. Yeah, not that you're, you already are tons. Already have tons blowers that I think people after they had the opportunity to hear your heartfelt thoughts. Anyway, so good to talk to. You want to see. I Want to Say.

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"Into. I try and find out what the museum is about, who the audience are. And then find Taylor my group of artists to go in there to have a conversation with them. So it's a fairly straightforward process. I often like to ask the artists and the museum to put on some kind of seminars, our conversations between the artists say, from Ireland and the article forever actually working out of Jos. And just just just to see how we can build a rapport because I see art as a conversation as a little bit of a follow-up on that. I like that part is a conversation. I like that a lot. Yeah. Do you find these artists Well, we were, I mean we was only about five and half million people here but the huge community of artists in in Ireland, they're very few galleries cuz there isn't the as opposed to the financial backing to keep people go off. So the artists would be I suppose Consolidated in in in a number of centers so I just keep an eye on what's going on but be members of the various artists associations and groups and stuff like that and it's it's like I'm at the stage now. We're kind of people who come to me and asked to be involved in the project and it just just kind of take it from there. So I would always try and put a number of people together in a group that actually worked as individuals. So it's very much about the people taking part as the war of the stick in part. Because if you've got people who don't get on together to work, might be brilliant. It's just not going to work as a project to connect with you with the value and the audience from that venue. Great answer basically. I can see why engine I want to choose to cast. Yes, that's a good answer. Terrific answer but yep. A bit of a follow-up on that one. We know when it comes to our, you're extremely, well-educated in that area, is that education impacted your territorial, Ambitions? I don't think it has in, in, in many ways, a month, once said, to me, you know, years and years ago today, you stop learning you'd be three hours dead and dead. Even though it was a wise guy, know how you figured out three three hours, but I did it. It's again, it goes back to to the conversation, you know, you've got people who are teaching stuff and they're going to give you information and you know you're going to give that information back now. Luckily the art school process is very kind of fluid in that you know going to the Provo going to rest and whatever afterwards they tend to learn more when you're talking to your choosers, both was about. What's going on, what kind of information you have? And how you know, you're trying to build rapport between them themselves? I always see kind of education and job. Again, a dialogue between people like for, for instance, if you got say to people who see a painting of a building on fire, for instance, one person was in a fire. The other person was not wage. Also going to see the exact same painting, two, totally different ways. So it's how do you negotiate? Your route, your way around those experiences and what sort of Iraq as a result or dialogue will actually come out of that. And as I kind of see that as education. So okay, winter, a number of Institutions, but at the same time, it's a continuing process of primer focus on your rent to these places. I think your comment that you made about chatting with the instructors after class, you know, they all they all do. Basically the same thing, they have their own all their papers in front of them. They follow the routine that they established their, as they teach each class and then, once they're out of that class and they can let their hair down, Say whatever they want. You know, say things that they're not being monitored or if they're talking in your case to a particular student who they admire, they might be more forthcoming with some of the info that they've said, I know, and she's got the next question for you. Yeah, you know, I was I was wondering this personally. When did you decide to curate art, exhibitions like was there one particular infant thought you just went, that's it. This is going to make me a curator because I just feel so inspired to do it. Yeah. It was one sort of I suppose I was in second year or just beginning second year in our college and I kind of figured okay, there's no structure for, you know, being an artist, you know, site trying someone to be Soldier to be a mechanic or an accountant or whatever. There's no actually kind of careers. Choked, sure. So that's what I might suggest get get on my bicycle and kind of just start to make my own at that stage. So we're a lot of exhibition, small little group exhibitions going on then. So I just organized people dead. Virtual friends and not to take part in as we hire van and take stuff off and eventually we would just kind of ask people, could we borrow, you know, a derelict building or non-use building or whatever instead of what kind of pop up showing the tutors in the college said if I didn't stop by was going to be expelled. I said no. No I'm saying I said I'm staying going with this and interesting Northland ahead. Shoot for actually wants to be part of the next show that actually included. They may have and that was the end of the end of that so they kind of just started from there and I think in the Arts you got to make your money on opportunities. Yeah. You know it's going to be one of the few would have been their loss truth really well. It's it's, you know, I mean overall situation. We all kind of try and I supposed to do our heart, with whatever information. We have an experienced, we have and kind of take it from there, you know, right. Do you only curate paintings, Maurice or do you delve into other dog? Sivart Creations. I generally try and stick with the Fine Arts. The sculpture painting drawing print photography. I don't know a lot about video. I certainly know how old you are. I know conceptual artist but they're they're a lot harder for to actually put on. Yeah, you know you know abroad like very often I would be hugely kind of supposed helped by Department of Foreign Affairs and cultural. And and you know, there are other people who will be kind of you know working with them who would be able to work with video and dance and theater and stuff like that. So I just find this more than enough, from be to work with in, in, in, in the Fine Arts. Like I know the structures how it works. I brought I know. Yeah. You know, in general, the people, you know, you working with, you know, how to think and, you know, you just trying to continue with that. I would love to be able to get into video and stuffing That but.

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"Lot of people discover needlework, you see. Yeah, you see lots of Long Point where the bushing, any crochet and its competitive. You walk by in your see someone got a blue ribbon or gold ribbon and then you go. Wow. You know that is the the showstopper that's the piece that all the judges thought was spectacular to me that in itself says a lot because you're competing against other crafters and if you offer a reward that's nice you can hang it on your wall at home. But you know, darn well that all the people that didn't win a reward are going to be back doing their crafts. The very next day with just thought, Much enthusiasm as they had before they ever submitted it to the show. There is one other thing, I don't know if it's a craft or not, but the area that I always like to hang out is where they have the model train displays. Oh yeah. This were kind of cool, the bunch of boys and a bunch of men standing around watching this little train, go around on the tracks, around around around, but it's fascinating and you have to understand that they build these models, all the little houses and the people, the cars, all that stuff is handmade. So yeah, that's handmaid handmaid's or crafts. That's crap. And a lot of talent and experience goes into building such stuff. True, I went through a model railroad, I guess, like, for just a few months, I think. And I got a little train and then once I set it up and watched it, go back and around a few times. I think that was it. I think I got bored six. I I did. It wasn't it, wasn't there more? So I didn't like it anymore. We would be remiss if we didn't talk about The food that you find at county fairs where they compete for like the best Jam. Best pie, best cake best all of that, well, that is a craft and requires training and everything, but but you have to be very talented to make a great apple pie, that wins the Blue Ribbon. I think that the judges on on that one are the lucky ones because we get to taste all this stuff. So it's kind of cool cuz they'll they'll try out somebody's preserves or their vegetables that they can't or whatever to make sure that they did not correctly and everything's fine and it looks like it's and they do a blind. They don't they really don't know, they don't know. Know know who they're judging. You just have to do it strictly by taste, but that sounds like fun. But those are very creative people. Very in our show is dedicated to creative people, right? And that's where we're headed with a guest, right? And we wanted to bring you our special guest log. Today Angelina Fielding. She is a successful artist historian and a writer. She's also excellent at crafting junk journals, which is why she's here today, it's going to be interesting to hear what she has to say. I've known her for a while, and the thing that I always like to say about her, she's a truly, a Renaissance woman, she's so talented in so many ways, so many things that she does are just quite brilliant. That's for lack of a better term. She is Hi Angelina. Welcome to the thought Rogue podcast. We're so glad to have the opportunity to chat with you today, Angelina. Hello. Thank you so much for having me over. You are so, welcome. So we have a little question that we want to ask you. It's a tough one. It's a hard question. So, okay here. Yeah, what do you have for breakfast today? Actually, I do not eat breakfast. Oh okay. Do you have coffee, or tea, or anything like that. I will just have water and start my day off as the day progresses. Sometimes I may have some coffee but I actually only eat when I'm hungry and most of the time I'm so engrossed in my work that I do forget. Oh, okay. And breakfast is definitely not a staple with me. Well, some people don't like it, they're not into it. You're not always eating. I mean that's not your favorite meal, you know, not me either. I would rather I mean I'm I want my coffee or tea and that's it but I'm forced to eat breakfast virtually. I'd rather have a nice big breakfast and then eat light meals during the day or the end of the day, we all have our own Rhythm I guess of eating and and things like that. That's true. I think I think my maybe a little off just because I the way I work it's, you know, home. I sleep maybe four hours a day like a good day so I'm constantly in a working cycle and so well that leads that leads breakfast time that leads me to our home. Real question here, although the other one is pretty real, I know, and engine I know we know what you're very talented. In many areas, you know, an artist, you're a historian, you're a writer. And you also create beautiful junk journals today. We'd like to start out by talking about the junk journals. So perhaps you could tell us exactly what is a junk Jersey. Sure. So as the term implies a junk Journal is essentially a journal that is made out of materials, that would be considered junk off. So for example, all newspapers, you know, checkbook, feeds things that you would normally just trash because there's there's no room for a flyers advertising dog. Meijer's coupons, things like that and so it's made up of all these items. These Pages these sheets that are considered junk, but when you put it together, you can change and transform. Those junky feeds into something more valuable and more beautiful. As you continue to work, on your Journal essential, that's put a junk Journal. Is people use all kinds of things that really just depends on, who is making the journal. I use all of those things and I use old envelopes, all kinds of things to transform it into a workable page that I can use in my journal. Hmm. So, what is your philosophy behind junk journaling? So, long as you know, I'm a historian and I find anything dealing with history, very exciting, My Philosophy, philosophy in general, whether it's my writing or song, Or making journals is just trying to preserve. Whatever is old, whatever is something that people normally wouldn't think twice about. So preservation is what drives me and my work and junk journaling is no different. I find it exciting because it gives me an opportunity to find something that I can reintroduce repurpose and recreate into something else, which still has a little bit of its own history left to it. So when you're out and about and you object, yeah, when you're out and about and you see something, does that trigger a thought related to history and you go? Well this would be a great in the one of my junk journals. Yes, absolutely. One of the things I enjoy doing is just going, you know, in in my town where I live, there are small shops and I'll freak with them. And sometimes I'll come across items that may inspire me either. I'll take the item itself. For instance, old vintage papers. I mean, come across something like that wallpapers off. And I mean, just grab those and then incorporate them into the junk journal, or it could be that. I just saw an old painting and painting it out. Antique shop, or an old image of a statue or something that just triggers some sort of an inspiration in my mind and then I'll go back and translate that.

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Episode 7-13

08:12 min | 1 year ago

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"And they've learned a lot from them and I can often see it and how curators talk today. They kind of mirror, the things that I actually read in books. So you know where they're getting, you know, where they're getting information. But you have to study and you have to learn your craft no matter what it is that you do. Well, don't you think though? It's kind of like when a great General Studies a war situation or great leaders in other countries that they're not part of they learn from their past experience and I feel like people do that over and over again, as a model to what maybe they need to do or what they need to how they need to handle their. Well, every, every great General, they looked at everything. Napoleon did all of his strategies all the way back to biggest Corner. Well, there is a study, you're right? And so, if you want to learn to become a good curator, or if you want to be loved, Yeah, you study the curators from the past, that's probably where you're going to learn the most about what it is to be a curator. So true. And I guess the big question is it possible that anyone can become a curator I think to me it seems like it's all about your taste if you have good taste level. Oh yeah. And that's arguable because that's so impressionable. I could have good taste of that one thing and everybody else could absolutely hate what I think is good taste. You see that in design, especially interior design, some people might really like purple on their walls and other people made to test it and they prefer to have green, right? But curing is really a lot about having a good sense of taste. But when it comes to curating art, you really have to understand the art, you have to have studied it and you have to know what's good or bad or at least in your own personal opinion. But probably more important is your ability to create a show. Show where the audience the people that come in to see the exhibition are comfortable and then it has a nice flow to it. You want people to come in the front door, look at the various paintings and as Thursday, Walk through the curated show, they go. Oh, I really love this piece. I'm not so sure about that piece but there has to be a flow, you know, I'm going to say I kind of have a different opinion about that and that is that some curators are very they like to be controversial or they like to make the attendees be a little uncomfortable because what they're doing is is it's kind of like almost a performance art but really they're drawing out different emotions in the person attending this exhibition and they want to get them involved, emotionally invested and sometimes that is really effective in making the artwork that is on the walls or the sculpture or whatever you have in that exhibition become emotionally attaching to the, to the attendee. So sometimes it's uncomfortable, sometimes it's dead. Unusual. So it's not always about the Comfort level. It's about sometimes being a little disturbing, I think. And I'm not sure that I always loved those exhibitions when it's just surveying, because then it can be like it sticks in your mind and kind of a a negative way, especially if you're a very visual person, like you and I are you and I walked out of shows like that or sometimes. Sometimes I'll look around and I'll say, hey Angie, this is not my space. I want out of here, right? And you'll say know, give it a chance to take a look at this. Take a look at that and see what you see. Ya get the whole and I suspect I have to admit, you know, you've talked me in sometimes to. Yeah, looking a little bit beyond my own personal taste and exploring it a little bit further, right? But I also, there's been some pretty disgusting shows that I just could not stay in the building anymore and as we were walking out the door, I would look at you and say, what the heck were they thinking? Yeah. I also noticed they didn't have big audiences. Well, wage. Love them are a smaller audience crowd really but I guess it's all about a collection and presenting them in a cohesive educational or Innovative or emotional, you know, stimulating kind of way. Well, curating a collection, you can curate just about any kind of collection, you could get rate a Barbie doll collection. Yeah, I bought. Some, some people would really like that. Well, I think now would be a good time to speak with our guest today. Who is Maurice Clinic winning men? I'm sorry for not saying that correctly, but he is Irish and I'm sure you're going to really enjoy this interview. Maurice, welcome our talented friend, welcome to the thought, Rowe podcast, both engine. I've been really looking forward to chatting with you for quite some time. Hello. I, I'm very much looking forward to talking to yourselves. It's an honor to be interviewed by you both. Thank you. Oh, well, thank you. That's so nice of you to say that. Well, our very first question is, you are very creative and talented artist and we are excited to talk to you about your career as a curator. But before we begin, we like to start a show by asking you what you had for breakfast, breakfast questions, hardest question. Absolutely, the question, the daunting question, I normally get up around 7:00, make a mug of coffee. I go into the studio and I stare at the painting, they stare back at me or going to start my day. And that way, it always reminds me of a sketch from The Muppet Show where the the main character is trying to out. Stare a tree in the stairs off. And so, you're waiting for an enrolled and the painting as you're having your coffee. I love it. I love it. Well, you live in a very beautiful city in Ireland. Tell us a little break out where you live in Bridge. City was founded by the Vikings in around 9:20 to 6 nearly eleven hundred years old. It was built as Trading Post on the River. Shannon choice between two rivers. The Shannon river, which is long as they're Bernard and the Abbey River and the Grand Canal. So I'm hugely influenced by water obviously, so it's just based basically what we're doing. So obviously it is absolutely gorgeous. We recently watched a documentary about the Vikings being in your area. It was, it was really quite interesting facts and the impact they had on Europe and how they kind of colonized Europe in a, in an interest, an interesting way? Yeah, absolutely. Whether the rivers were their birth. Highway. So, the Shannon River, they could easily navigate all the way up. They built the Abbey River around, Limerick, because there's a huge kind of waterfall stuck on the river shot and they couldn't get their boats up. So that's why they built the Abbey, River Thursday, the 11th, which is a separate thing, so they can get all the way up to Shannon. Is what's 360 kilometers long? So as long as the rivers you guys have but, you know, it's a fairly good. Well, you certainly live in a beautiful place and I'm sure that it's very inspirational to you as a Creator. But my question for you is and I know our home ownership wanted to know this. What exactly does a curator do? What does he do all day? It's a condo, that's fairly complicated question. Fairly easy one. At the same time I see a curator basic as a connector, a facilitator or conduit basically between the same scenario just and a viewer stroke the audience in all the Arts. It's it's it's a multi-layered convert conversation between all these, these various parties off or what I try and do is I try and find both wear whatever Museum, or, or wherever I'm actually creating the work.

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Episode 7-13

07:33 min | 1 year ago

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"To podcasts. That's right. And know people that want to think more creatively will benefit from a weekly show. And what are we discussing today in G? Well, today, we are going to be speaking with Marianne proc. She is a formidable talent in the world of sculpting clay, and I'm sure everyone will enjoy listening to her know. I'm excited for this interview. Yeah. You know what? Before you go onto the quote of the day. Hm, I have a question for you and I can I ask you what you had for breakfast? Because you were sitting right next to me. Yeah, you were there. So my question for you is, what is your favorite restaurant? Oh my gosh. We haven't gone to a restaurant and so long. I don't even know what to say. Well I have one. Do you? Yes what is that? It was the restaurant that we went to that was near the Vatican back and the left hand side of the square, way up that street, you walk along this big giant wall and there's this little restaurant tucked in their life and what I really appreciate about the restaurant and they honestly have to admit. I can't remember exactly what I ate. But I do remember, one thing, I left my passport and my little art bag. Stuck underneath the table, oh, I remember that. Yeah. Gosh, you know, so kind I remembered it when we got back to the hotel, we went racing back there cuz it was getting late and I knew they were going to close. And that's so when I got there, they like through their arms around, me and go, oh gosh, we're so glad you came back, we found your passport. They couldn't have been any nicer, they were so sweet. And so kind off. I remember that. And, you know, that reminds me of when we were traveling in London and our daughter left her purse. Oh yeah, at the restaurant. We're like, oh my gosh, this is not going to be good. We went back and they were so thankful and they were so happy cuz there were looking for us down the street and they couldn't find us. So they were happy that we came back. Yeah. There's some really incredibly wonderful people in this Little Italy. Absolutely. Kind and considerate. You bet. So now that that I know wait a minute, you never really do. Tell me what your favorite restaurant was? Well I thought about one domestically domestically. Okay. My favorite I think this will be your favorite too though. Rod is the Macintosh in Phoenix. Yeah, we've had such good food there and such good times and they've been really super accommodating and and lovely. Now people get think that we just travel all over a page. Everywhere. But naturally not the case know, especially lately. I'm sure this everyone can relate to this right now, but really, we don't go out to eat a lot anyway. Well, we eat at home mom. So I like her choice of restaurant. Sells a good call. Yeah, so now let's get into this secret. Wonderful quote of the week, okay, well, the quote is a sculptor, is a person who is interested in the shape of things, a poet and words, and a musician by sounds, and that is by Henry Moore, the sculptor wage anymore. Yes, speaking of Henry Moore, I have to share this story. I remember when I was a photographer and I got I was Lucky Fortune enough to photograph. This very prestigious art collection, who is privately owned by a very wealthy individual and his collection was spread out. It is really beautifully designed home, whoever laid off, So, was must have been thinking about art because virtually every rumor, as you Meander through the home. You saw all these great works of art and we're photographing it and we're getting a little tired of being indoors. So my assistance, and I decided to go outside for some daylight and right smack in the center that swimming pool was a very large Henry Moore sculpture. I'll never forget that. That I think I found that to be more impressive to me than the Renoir was Picasso's. Andy warhol's. All these other works of art that were laced throughout the design of this home. I could see that. And the thing that really was kind of interesting about this home, that you told me about is, they had a Warhol in their laundry room. Yeah. And I thought my goodness. Yeah, well, credible off of the the two kitchens, a farmer one, and an informal one. Dead. And there's a hallway off the informal kitchen that went down to like you said the laundry room and along that wall were a whole row of Andy Warhol. Works of art and most of them if I remember, right, were Soup cans now you guys, can you imagine all these Warhols leading up to your laundry room? When that be a picture to like, just how long, this art installation, right near your laundry room. And then also, you also mentioned about this home where everything just really flowed together, which is quite an accomplishment. When you have so many different styles of Art and sculpture Etc in one environment, that's a living environment. Well, he he was a, a very delightful man, very loving kind, I loved working for him, but I think that part of the layout of this goes to the architect song, Interior designer, the interior designer had impeccable taste, and she just managed to make everything work in concert. So no one piece was competing with any other P. The furniture and everything just worked incredibly well, I had I after seeing all that, I greatly appreciated, the skills of an interior designer and I hope in the not-too-distant future, we're going to have some interior designers on our shuttle would be so nice. I think we would like to hear their point of view as well. Now, digressing back to our original topic which is the life of a sculptor and that has always fascinated me because they seem like they need a lot of space, and special tools to build that works of art, that, that sculpting to me. Has a little bit of craftsmanship involved because you're using a lot of different tools and you're literally building wage Thing, it doesn't just happen and you sit here and you have an idea. You may designed it by doing sketches, but then you have to pull all the elements together and then you have to start building it. And you can make a mistake and have to tear down a piece of and reconstruct it again. It's a, it's a task, it's not just, like wage going up to a canvas and throwing some paint on a canvas. True. And then you were talking to me about sculpting in our wearable and stone home with paper that. Yeah, we think sculpting almost exclusively being Works in marble or stone, right. But that's not true because you can do it in wood, metal clay. So many different.

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