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Fresh update on "ann" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe
"And especially what's going on with the pandemic here in the UK probability Ann garand has been reporting on this all morning highly am Caroline hi to you and thank you so much the government says it's not going to implement its plan B to tackle COVID just yet As it wants to avoid introducing tougher measures again put the health secretary sergeant David does have this warning for the 5 million unvaccinated people here in the UK and those who do not wear masks in crowded places Am I saying that if we don't do our bit Get vaccinated you know all those behavioral changes that we can make that we are more likely to face restrictions as we head into winter than I am saying that I think we've been really clear that we've all got a role to play Meanwhile javid also warned daily cases could rise to 100,000 and that hospitalizations are approaching 1000 a day Elsewhere the UK is talking to Ukraine about Sally weapons to the country for the very first time as part of the deal Britain would provide missiles for the Eastern European countries patrol boats and aircraft according to the times the move comes as concerned growth at Russia could try and exploit the gas crisis to seize more of Ukraine's territory Over in the U.S. the Food and Drug Administration has cleared the way for millions of Americans to receive COVID-19 boost of vaccines The agency approved an extra Moderna Jose for those over 65 and younger people at high risk and has authorized a booster dose of Johnson & Johnson's jab for those older than 18 The FDA also approved a mix and match approach allowing any brand to be used as a booster And now in Germany Jens weidmann's decision to quit says the bundesbank president could pave the way for the country's first female Central Bank chief from Berlin Bloomberg's Aggie cantrell reports One of the first tasks of the next German government will be to find a replacement for the ECB's longest serving governing council member Jens weidmann's decision to quit offers a unique opportunity to reshape the inflation fighting institution just as a political shift takes hold in Berlin with the exit of Chancellor Angela Merkel Among the names cited for the role a Claudia book currently weidmann's deputy Isabel schnabel who sits on the ECB's executive board and D IW chief Marcel fracture In Berlin I magic Bloomberg daybreak year Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Leanne guerins This is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much With the world news now to one of our top CEO interviews this morning software AG has reported new bookings for the third quarter an increase of 5% worth 107.2 million and it turned to their third quarter revenue news on that from this morning €198 million Now on Tuesday shares in software AG fell as much as 14% after the company cut its full year bookings growth guidance in the digital business segment Now the company which helps other businesses become fully digital is at a critical stage of a major pivot to a new subscription model So joining us now is the software AG Sanjay Brahma Sanjay welcome back to the program Thanks so much for being on with the latest in terms of your third quarter results So new bookings are up but is it going to be enough to satisfy investors today Good morning Helen and thank you for having me So look you know we are at the midpoint of our 5 year transformation journey to as you said subscription and SaaS company And in Q three really proud of the team because we reported a second consecutive quarter of double digit revenue growth in our digital businesses the first time in 8 years but as we are as we are changing things in the company we also realized that following the investments that we made in demand generation at the start of the year is taking longer to progress the opportunities through the pipeline from initial leads to close deals So that's the reason why we adjusted the guidance But this is not a systemic issue and we believe the demand is strong in the market Our products are resonating and the sales execution is good So I'm not concerned about the temporary effective Well why is that pipeline taking longer from signing up to actually execution Well you know it's because as we go and discuss with customers around digital transformation they are adopting new technology They are doing certain activities to in order to check out the innovation proof of concept And so it takes it takes a bit of time before we are able to close these opportunities with the customers But that's what we're working on also to be able to reduce the sales cycle so that as the pipeline is entering into the top of the funnel we are able to bring it down and close much faster Okay tell me about the other side of that then the length of the deals that you're doing as I sort of have understood it this subscription licensing model that you're moving towards and has a time limit you know clients sign up for usually a year or they can and they can terminate after that How are you doing about getting them to sign up to longer term contracts that I hear is important for you Yeah and that's a good one because our average contract duration is three years Of course we do have some situations where customers like to sign for one year And they want to then decide after the one year whether they want to continue or not the experience that we have is because our product and our software are quite mission critical They're quite sticky When you're talking about hybrid integration API management IoT analytics these kind of technologies when used in the business has become very core and very critical So our experiences even the customers that sign up for one year as we're coming up to renewal we've been able to renew them to three years So average duration is three years and then off the three of the customer we also have the opportunity to upsell and cross sell after three years Could you tell us about what the cost picture looks like One thing that strategists have noted is the cost it takes to acquire new customers when it comes to things like marketing Do you foresee those costs lasting How long do you need to put that effort in order to acquire new customers Yes That's a very good one because over period the cac which is the cost of acquisition goes down why Because when you sign up a customer for a three year contract then you've got the activity of working with the customer on deployment So we have a customer success organization which has a lower cost than direct Bill And then when you come to the point of renewal you have the opportunity to cross sell and upsell because it's the same customer as long as you kept the customer happy and you've been working with them through their deployment and usage of your technology You have a.
Micheline Maynard Criticizes Americans, Downplays Supply Chain Shortages
"But at The Washington Post they have an opinion writer micheline Maynard who says Jessica used to it What's your problem For more than a century she says business experts have been trying to dial up the United States efficiency ever since Frederick Taylor published the principles of scientific management in 1911 companies have focused on doing things more quickly and raising consumers expectations as a result actually it's not since he wrote the book It's called the industrial revolution But Taylor's ideas didn't take into account the havoc a pandemic might do to supply chains What are you talking about There was a mass of deadly flu in 1917 The history of that is what is she talking about And how that would blunt what a few months ago seemed like a looming resumption of modern daily life's zippy pace Of course the country Americans expectations of speedy service and easy access to consumer products have been crushed like a styrofoam container in a trash compactor Wow what a turn of the phrase Time for some new more realistic expectations Fast food is less fast a huge flotilla container ships is stuck off shore in California waiting to unload Shoves normally stock with Halloween candy this time of year empty And I saw the other day at a target here in Ann Arbor Michigan The issues become so troublesome with alarming economic and political ramifications The White House is stepping in urging unions port operators and big consumer groups companies To work around the clock to unclog supply
Fresh update on "ann" discussed on Rollye James
"Was into fiction complete fiction yes Yeah Do you see her or do you see something Oh yeah Well I forget I'm sorry to hear you lost your ring wrong That's terrible Well it is And now if a leader was telling you to sing Anthony yes saint Anthony Anthony please come around Yes Something is lost and can not be found Saint Anthony please find my wedding ring I'll say it Yeah Well there's another one Do you ever want to sing Louis What the heck was his name What's his Please take a look around I lost something that can't be found If you find it leave it on the kitchen table The kitchen table huh Okay Thank you You never ever think you know I don't know you I don't have a kitchen table I just when she says I'm sure it works I'm sure it's an old thing I don't know saying or prayer well that's what about the one to sing going on take a look around and allow something can't be fine Yeah I'm looking at some of this now I don't know I'll try anything but this kitchen table is out I'll never find it then How about the kitchen counter I got one of those Whatever Leave it on the kids wherever you want them to leave it Okay Okay There's William That's William at a time Okay But yeah so as far as actually I'm deceiving you Raleigh I deceive do what that means I'm like I'm not finding out saint gully amo but all right Well you know at this point I'll call people at random in the phonebook and have them pray for me It doesn't matter But I'll take anyone can get it But the good find that I really do The little teeny being the last laugh is on you like I say because that's become quite the jewelry item even Tiffany's I could not believe that when you send me them links or whatever So you know I could have been making a killing with this I knew you had to have links because otherwise you didn't never believe me Yeah I know I read it which is supposed to represent like rebirth and who the hell knows It represents profit for Tiffany's and others Surely there are selling for hundreds of dollars Well even more if you get the gold one yes But you know if you just get the gold tone or if you go for some of these other companies they can be quite cheap but exactly why you'd wear a bean around a necklace I don't know Mean something I guess it means hey you know because like I like I like that Well I like the color Mary Marianne Yeah Marianne Name was Mary Ann winkowski Yeah Yes But I like the color Marianne cowskin Very well Very well A contraction How did she get in there I thought I heard you say she was like from an old Italian victim She got married outside of high school and she's still been married to Ted when Kowski for all these years so that's her name But it didn't But her maiden name is not that No of course not Yeah Well you really I want you to ask her if she ever heard of the leukemia being Not going there Because you know I'm listening to her and I'm thinking well you put this quince seed up on top of the door in no goats will come in and it works The right people It's working Earlier in the day almost in the Frank Zappa and he's talking about cops reducing the song cars were debris where you the guy says I got a little box he says in a curious anyhow it was like something you know this brings up a president He says who are you jive on what that cosmic debris Yeah right That's the one with is it a real punch or is that a Sears poncho Right right Yeah Each of them in a couple of times Yeah Exactly So anyhow I'm thinking of that And I like Maryland cowskin And but then I don't think we can Well it works And you don't even need the oil of Aphrodite and the dust of the grand wazoo I was going to throw that in there when I was going to put a drop of oil after lady on there Yeah And a little duster from the grip but I figured she'll probably get stronger if I say my grandmother Well especially if especially if you got the can of foam and goo You said but just not in a little box won't do Right That's right Yeah Who you John really cosmic debris Yeah who are you You can't help me here Right It was fun That's a funny story Yeah take your medications and your preparations and ram it up your snout Exactly All these songs all right Oh yeah You must've been a friend's office fan Well remember he wrote memories of El Monte He was a big east LA music fan He loved love the same stuff I don't even know what memories of a Monte is Cleve Duncan of the penguins did elman legion stadium.
The Chester A. Poling
"Today. I'm going to do something a little different for this installment of your next dive normally tried to take you to a dive destination where we talk about the trip from a number of different perspectives. The travel the lodging the dive operator. Oh yeah the diving. Now we've been around the world. But today i'm going to focus on one particular dive that is almost in our backyard. It is one of the most iconic dives here in new england and that is the wreck of the chester. Polling off gloucester mass. The chester polling was a coastal tanker. That sank in a brutal storm on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven. The tanker had just left everett massachusetts and was bound for newington new hampshire. That information is pretty consistent in the research but there is other conflicting information about where she had been. And what cargo she delivered for example some documentation said she had previously delivered kerosene to new jersey while others indicated that the heating oil was delivered to everett mass. I would suspect that delivery to everett mass to be more likely always interesting when you Doing research to get this type of inconsistency now the chester polling was bill in nineteen thirty four at mariners harbor new york by united dry docks incorporated it was originally in the plattsburgh sacconi somewhere along the line at also known as the mobile albany before getting renamed as the chester polling at the time of its sinking it was owned by the motor vessel polling brothers and that was number one inc. I wasn't able to find who was actually named after but obviously some member of the family. So that's a little bit of history about the ship now on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven capital captain. Bert charles burgess was in command. The forecast for that day was for thirty five mile an hour winds along with fifteen to twenty foot seas. the chester polling chester. A polling left. Everett are left everett at six thirty. A m well as we all know. Forecast can be wrong. The winds built up to fifty miles per hour and to seize goddess highs. Thirty feet facing the mounting sees captain. Burge's tried to get more stability by adding more ballast but at ten thirty a m a thirty foot waves smashed into the tanker and broke it in half the captain called for abandoning the ship. Six of the seven members of the crew were saved. I believe it was the cook jail. Derosa from providence rhode island who perished the sir. The stern section of the chester polling came to rest off easter point gloucester originally in about seventy five feet of water with the bow section sinking about four miles off of eastern point in about one hundred ninety feet of water subsequent winter. Storms move the stern section to its present location about eight hundred yards off of eastern point about ninety five feet of water. I think the bottom might be a little bit deeper than that. However the stern section of the chester polling is what some folks call hollywood wreck sitting upright and is probably the most popular wreck dive off. Cape ann as that areas known. Now i- i dove the chester polling way back in july two thousand and five. It was my fortieth dive and a double dip on. The polling was part of my advanced open water class. These dyes would constitute my deep and wreck advanced. Open water dives. At that time. I was still diving in a seven. Millimeter wetsuit with the appropriate gloves and hood. I use the standard aluminum. Eighty tank with nighthawks. Thirty two. I can still remember the anxiety that had doing. The first real wreck dive in the northeast but once in the water what an amazing dive the visibility that day was thirty feet and my max step was at eighty five. Even though it was july the water temperature on iraq was fifty degrees. It was incredible to move along the deck and reach the mid mid ship section where. The tanker broken half absolutely mesmerizing but with an aluminum. Eighty you don't get much bottom time and after about fifteen minutes we headed back to the up line and after are appropriate safety. Stop we climb back aboard the boat and got ready to do it again. Total dive time was twenty six minutes the second dive that day was just as spectacular and pretty much the same profile. Let me just say in a wetsuit. It can get pretty chilly. I didn't go back to the chester polling until august. Two thousand nine and that was my last trip there. It was my two hundred and forty ninth dive but this time i did it in a dry suit and hope to get some good video of iraq. I still dove aluminum. Eighty the dive was just as i remembered and just as exciting visibility again was thirty feet. And my max. Depth was eighty two with and the bottom temperature. That day was forty eight degrees still very cold but so much better in a dry suit again however with an aluminum eighty. You just. Don't get much bottom time especially if your task loading like shooting video so my recommendation is that if you are planning to die the polling you might want to consider a little bit bigger tank something like a steal one hundred or going to doubles. I know that i wouldn't consider going back with anything less than a steel one hundred tank. How do you get to the chester polling back. Then we use cape and divers but they closed up several years ago and recently the dive boat cape and diver to was purchased by several guys from boston. An air now operating regularly chart regular charters again became an diverse to is a forty five foot. us coastguard registered dive vessel. It is spacious and right now with limited divers on board you get plenty of room to get ready and dive but you don't get a lot of but you don't get a lot of time because you don't have a lot of time to get ready because the is only a few minutes from the dock so be prepared one thing. Different about northeast wreck diving. Is that as a diver. You need to bring all your gear that includes tanks weights everything. It's not like diving at a resort. Don't get caught short by not being prepared with all your own stuff now. Here's an interesting element. That i discovered during my research. It appears that in nineteen sixties. The chester polling was length lengthened. By maybe twenty six or so feet. That doesn't sound like much. But at the time of her sinking her length with two hundred and eighty two feet so that lengthening was about ten percent of the original ship's length could this have been a contributing factor for the ship splitting in half. I wonder so if you happen to be in the area of cape ban in gloucester massachusetts. You might wanna look up cape and diver to and head out for a double dip on the chester a
The Life of Anna Leonowens
"Anna leeann. Owens was born and harriet. Emma edwards in india in november of eighteen. Thirty one anna came from a mixed race family. Her father sergeant. Thomas edwards was english. Her mother mary. Ann glass scott was the daughter of an anglo indian. Marriage on anna was just three months old. Her father died and her mother remarried an irish catholic corporal named patrick donahue as a result of patrick's unit assignments. The family moved frequently but eventually settled on a city on the western coast of india in eighteen. Forty one some of anna's childhood remains murky anna and her older sister elisa attended the bombay education society's girls school which was known for admitting mixed race daughters of deceased or absent military fathers but in her memoirs and i wrote that after her father died and she and allies were sent to boarding school in england and returned to india as teenagers. Whichever's true it's clear that animator purposeful effort to hide her ethnic background and lower social class on christmas day of eighteen. Forty nine anna married private. Thomas leinen owens who was an army paymasters clerk from ireland. On the marriage license thomas combined his middle and last names making them the liens after her marriage anna cut off all ties to her family. In india in december of eighteen fifty anna gave birth to a daughter selena but the baby only survived for seventeen months in eighteen fifty. Two and thomas emigrated to australia while on the boat. Their son thomas was born tragedy struck again and baby. Thomas died at the age of thirteen months during their four years in australia. Anna and thomas had two more children. A daughter named avis in eighteen. Fifty four and a son named luis eighteen fifty six the following year in april of eighteen. Fifty seven the family moved to malaysia. Where thomas found work as a hotel keeper. He died suddenly two years later. Anna was left alone with very little money and two small
Tips to Ease Back to School Transitions
"In terms of Returning to school. What are some tips. You can give our listeners in their families. As we're all getting ready to go back there so many transitions in thinking about going back to school and we know that our kids sometimes tend to struggle with transitions in so you know. Just impractical practical things. That i think are you know. Let's prepare the kids for transitions. Let's prepare for this schedule change. Let's go ahead and start practicing and an even role playing you know if we need to. You know what it looks like to get up at seven thirty in the morning or even earlier and making that transition to to the classroom we may even want to be able to govern safely can visit the school. You know an make a visit before the first day of school you know we do have meet the teacher but is it possible that we could you know zoom to get to opportunity to see that teachers face to talk to and transitions. Those types of things are just so important for our kids to to make that adjustment back to school Also think you know. I look and i think just don't be afraid to let your kids has questions in. Don't be afraid not to know the answer. I mean you know we. We tend to appearance. We tend to want to get it all right and we have our expectations in different things like that. But it's okay to say. Hey i'm not sure but let's find out you know. Don't be afraid to let your kids to ask questions to to figure out what's going on and you know again you know. Set some short term goals. They don't have to all big long-term goals fit you know set some short term goals. Hey tomorrow we're going to packed lunch. What's a healthy lunch gonna look like you know we're gonna do that together and enjoy spending time with your kid make that connection. We always talk about connections. You know making those connections with your kids is i think is just is so important as we prepare to go back so those are just quick. Quick little tools that i found the be helpful.
A highlight from Introducing Crime Glasses: A True Crime Book Club Podcast
"Reader. Crime glasses is your true crime book club podcast. Every month we'll be selecting a new true crime book to read using it as a guide to talk about the cases that shocked us. The underlying issues and the moments that had us closing the book desperate for a breather. And if reading is just not your thing, that's okay, I still welcome you to listen to the weekly episodes because I will give you all of the case details so you won't miss out. Also, I can't promise that you won't find yourself in a cozy nook devouring every page after. We will read everything from true crime classics like the Ted Bundy focus the stranger beside me by Ann rule to more recent favorites like we keep the dead close by Becky Cooper, which details the author search for the killer of Jane Brighton, a Harvard student who was murdered in her off campus
Gene and Roger: Partners Shared Unique Relationship
"In nineteen ninety-one jean-ann. Roger sat down for acuna with playboy magazine. The interview was nearly ten thousand words long. And you've really gotta read it. Imagine an intense couples therapy session. But with stories about marker sese and tom cruise thrown in it also gives a good glimpse at how gene and roger were getting along their relationship. Status wasn't quite thumbs up or thumbs down. It was more sideways in the playboy interview. They go out of their way to complement each other. But it's also clear that the years of squabbling between the two had done some damage and the things had taken a turn for the worse at one point. Jean says i felt strange from roger the last month to we've been drifting apart but as the nineties went on gene and roger sometimes awkward union would become less contentious. Thanks to some big events in their offscreen lives. Here's marlene eagleton. Jeans wife the most dramatic change came about. After rogers marriage. The chat nineteen ninety. Two and gene was a bubble husband and father for family was to joy inker and when roger married chance he experience like the same thing with her enter children and our grandchildren and it just became a strong bond between the two of them that they weren't headed but the edges started too often.
Casting and Location Update for the Film "My Son Hunter"
"Falem this film. You said it's awesome powers meets king. Lear meets house of cards. You're not kidding. I mean it kind of crosses genres you and an wrote the script when you mentioned king lear. Suddenly it gives it pathos because this is a true story. It's horrifying it's fascinating if you raise the money. When would the film being able to Would you be able to shoot the film. And will i have a principal role. Well we're going to be shitting. We're going to start shooting either. The eighteenth of october twenty. Fifth tober in serbia. Like it's happening and we're gonna film. It ends serbia because that'll double as the ukrainian Yeah you mentioned. King lear again me branching king lear save did end up wandering piece in senility. Did you see joe biden. Come off their the helicopter last recently on get confused with which way to get into the white house experience shakespearean moment king lear crack year hurricane. I believe was what he meant to say. So in this film you have. It's the story of of hunter biden. Have you cast hunter. Have you cast joe biden. How does that work no. We're literally this close to cathy. Nam or very close stocks. Then you have a chance you know look we. We look closely You know your your schedule is just too full for us. you know. i also well. Well-known people people also assume associated with intellectualism and integrity and. I just don't think that you can make the leap people longer associated with these things. Thankfully so. I think i still have a chance to play hunter or joe Depending on i can do a lot of things with my hair. We're going to we're going to really. We're going to have fun shooting this together. My son hunter dot com.
"My Son Hunter" Will Be a Comedy - Because Hunter Biden Is so Ludicrous
"One thing we didn't. We didn't brian the guy. Sorry another movie called the war and all wars no. I just wanted to give him his. We definitely helped with. He is the prince. Find the writing on one thing. We did save. You know county preachy. Account be Telling people think it has to just tell the truth has to be funny because as you say it's so tragic will be funny. Oh it's just gonna be awesome The situation is ludicrous right. The situation is a joke. That drug addicted crack smoking at some of the vice president gets an eighty three eighty thousand dollars a month contract with ukrainian and gas company. He has no experience in oil and gas. By the way. I thought were also be going green now. Also as a guy who was part of one point two billion dollar chinese investment fund. This guy who who even got a gift of one hundred thousands of a chinese business eighty five thousand dollars damage breaks. It's a joke right so we have to make a joke and so and so. That's that's what we're we're gonna. It's gonna be
Phelim McAleer on Crowdfunding for His Film "My Son Hunter"
"I want to bring Falem mcaleer my old friend from ireland. Falem we've had you and and your wife on this program many times about many fun things you've been on this program talking about this hunter biden film. This movie that you're making and we wanted to get an update from you because he's been in the news a lot lately all horrifying and fascinating Where where are we with one hundred movie. Well horrifying and fascinating is correct. We are we have just. I mean it's amazing. We've just got robert. The actor robert davol dhabi to agree to direct the movie. It's amazing he's a. He's a veteran actor. He's a wonderful person agreed artists as while he's gonna come on board he's gonna give us his his benefit of has thirty five forty years of experience in the entertainment business in the movies. He's been everything from. He's been bombed villain Diehard he's doing on helen. Yes robert davi. I've met robert dhabi. But you're telling i didn't realize he was a bond. It's unbelievable that's fantastic. It doesn't get too much bigger than that. And he's derided the film. Where are we with the funding on the film. Well so we're we the total. We need two point five million. We're now. I think it's one point six right one point six so Really to get the get the start paying the bills and no people are smart. They want money in escrow and all that we need one point we really. We've got two hundred thousand really kicked off a mixture that we can really make this movie. So i mean we're cried funding. It's and people have been so generous like within one point six from donations right. That's a lotta money. That's a lot of people wanting this story to be told needing this story to be told. There's a hunger for the truth. Eagle go gone the website. My son hunter dot com on. They've come up. It's amazing but we do need their
"My Son Hunter" Is a Tale of Familial Tensions Between the Biden Sons
"For people who don't remember king lear. How is it related to king lear. Well king lear. What was a powerful mom. He was the king on. He decided just to flex his muscles and divides he divided his kingdom parity d- as a kind of sense of powerful omni and he said to his daughter. Do you love the dollar. Had approved a loved them. One dollars said. I'm not an art. It's a fight familial. Tensions and joe biden never liked hunter. Hundred beau biden was always the favorite song. The perfect son hunter was always struggling. I'm you know by the way i want. Joe biden was struggling. Drug addict son. He made him the mom for his corruption. Yes so so. I don't recall this. So you're you're right. Beau biden and of course died a few years ago very prematurely horribly. But so how is this when you talk about king lear. Did you get into this in the film. And the script this idea. The tension between these The sons of this powerful father. Totally totally take some ways extended its dot and greed is the driving force of the trash. You know You know it's it's hunter trying to please. That's why he's getting all this money. Obviously he is greeted of his ball. He's he's insatiably. Got an addict personality. But you know there's this familial drama played against this political drama a plan against complete far as
Mildred and Richard Loving's Love Created Lasting Change for Interracial Couples
"Military. Dolores jeeter was born on july twenty second nineteen thirty nine in central point virginia. Her family was of african american european and native american descent. Unlike most southern cities in the height of jim crow central point was integrated black and white people mixed freely with relatively little racial tension. It was there that a teenage mildred met and fell in love with a young white man named richard. Loving mildred and richard began quietly dating when military became pregnant at eighteen. The couple decided to get married. But in nineteen fifty eight interracial marriage was illegal in the state of virginia barred from marrying in their home state. Mildred and richard drove to washington. Dc to tie the not. The young couple had only been married a few short weeks when in the early hours of one july morning. Sheriff garnett brooks and two deputies stormed into the couple's bedroom and central point acting on an anonymous tip that the couple was living in violation of virginia law. The police demanded to know. Mildew its relationship to richard. Mildred said plainly. I'm his wife and gestured at their marriage certificate on the wall. This did little to persuade the police. Even though they had not married within state lines the virginia law still forbade black and white citizens for marrying outside of virginia and then returning to live in the state as a result both richard and a pregnant mildred spent nights in jail. They eventually pleaded guilty to violating virginia law. Mildred ann richards plea bargain spared them from a one year prison sentence but ordered them to leave the state and not returned together for twenty five years. The loving somewhat followed orders after settling their court fees. They moved to washington dc where they raised. Three children occasionally making independent trips into virginia to visit family at great risk of imprisonment. Mildred richard made clandestine trips into virginia together and secretly lived there for a short period of time but by nineteen sixty three. The couple had had enough mildred. Who was already unhappy with city. Life decided she was done for good after her son was hit by a car on the advice of her cousin. Mildred wrote to then attorney general robert kennedy to ask for his assistance kennedy wrote back and referred mildred and her husband the american civil liberties union or the aclu. The aclu took their case four years later on april tenth nineteen sixty seven following legal challenge after legal challenge. The case of loving. Virginia made its way to the supreme
Ann Patchett Reads Maile Meloy
"High an cli- deborah welcome So you and miley moyer friends. It's true it's and i've heard that you were in a way the trigger for this story. The proxy marriage. Can you tell me about that In a very small way Molly and i were in australia together. We were on book tour separately. But when you fly to australia with someone and you're there a couple of weeks and then fly back. You have a lot of to talk. And at one point miley was telling me about proxy marriage. She is from helena. Montana and montana is the only state where you can have a double proxy marriage which means neither the bride or the groom has to be present in order for forward the wedding to happen and while she was telling me about that i said wow that sounds like a short story. What do you think that miley does best in her writing. What is it. Sp- greatest characteristic my gosh Such a fan. I'm not even going to say. This is the greatest characteristic of miles writing but the greatest characteristic of miley as a person is that anything she decides. She wants to put her mind to she and she is always trying new things. She will research and study and practice and then be fantastic at it. When i met miley. She wrote short stories. I really believe she is one of our absolute greatest living short story writers and then she decided she wanted to write novels and then she decided she wanted to write middle grade fiction and then picture books and now. She's working on a graphic novel and she's doing screenplays and this also applies to things like laying tile which she can also do
Matt Damon Runs Deep in “Stillwater”
"That take people into unexpected and difficult places. And that's the case in the new film. Still Water starring Matt Damon, I'm trying to get my little girl out of jail. That's all I give a damn about. You sound very American right now. Good. I am. Yeah. And you're also a stranger here. What did you do? You just have to trust me. Well, let's talk about it with Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday, who joins us on Skype. It's great to have you back in. Thank you so much. Hello. Hello. So the premise of this film seems to have been inspired by real world cases of Americans who have been imprisoned overseas. Tell us about it and how this this film takes it on. And how does it do? Well, it is, um Sean is based on the Amanda Knox case, which I'm sure a lot of people will remember that Amanda Knox was imprisoned in Italy for murdering her fellow exchange. A fellow exchange student and filmmaker Tom McCarthy, of course, who won the Oscar a few years ago for the wonderful movie spotlight took that as a jumping off point, but really only that this does not. This is not a retelling of the Amanda Knox story. He focuses on a father character here, played by Matt Damon, who, as you heard in the clip comes to Marseille, where she's in prison. And and, um, first just on a routine visit, but then following up on a lead to maybe get her released and I think you know McCarthy is a wonderful film maker that's been as well established in his previous work, but He does slip here a little bit only because he wants this to be a lot of different movies in one way. It's an international thriller. Almost in that tradition of taken with a guy you know, trying to do the right thing by his daughter, Um, and then it also turns into a love story. The the wonderful French actors Camille Catan from a terrific Netflix series called Call My Agent. Plays a woman single Mom was whom heap of friends and they have a wonderful chemistry going on that I was very intrigued with, but then it gets. There's also kind of under underlying political
Lesbian Love and Coded Diaries: The Remarkable Story of Anne Lister
"Seventeen. Ninety one in halifax england. Her family was part of the minor gentry and parents believed and should be formerly educated. An unusual thing for women at the time so an was sent to boarding school and was both intelligent and rebellious. While at school and began keeping a diary it was a habit. She would maintain for the rest of her life at school. She also had her first sexual experience with another female student named elisa rain when writing about their relationship and began using code to ensure hurt lesbianism would remain a secret even in the pages of her journal though she started with a simple code to censor explicitly. Romantic actions and cypher would soon evolve to use zodiac symbols random letters and calligraphy to shroud her entries in secrecy from a young age and refused to dress or act. According to society's rules for girls like her account say she wore so called masculine clothes and she engaged in activities usually reserved for men including traveling and managing her own estate. in nineteenth century. Britain homosexual acts were illegal sexual relationships between women were seemingly not part of the conversation and were not called out in the legislation. Barring men from sexual acts with other men it was common for unmarried. Wealthy white women like ann to be close with other women. These relationships were called romantic friendships. And were even encouraged as a way for young women to prevent premarital scandal with men as long as they weren't explicitly sexual and relationships with women were considered perfectly normal but according to her diaries and wasn't exactly secretive about her intentions with these women ends diaries into picture of tumultuous love life. After
Ann Northrop: The Crucial Role of Women in ACT Up
"I want to begin with your work and act up in the eighties. When did you first become aware of act up and housing after digit joining almost immediately as the last answer. But i had been a producer for cbs news. I'd quit because i was disgusted by what was happening there. I thought it was empty and offensive. And i ended up taking a job at the hedrick martin institute for lesbian and gay youth becoming an aids educator to teenagers in the schools all over new york city as i got educated about what i had to educate people about. It became clear to me that the epidemic was a political event that it was very much like the vietnam war that i had marched against that it was about people in power not caring about anyone else and being perfectly happy to send people off to die so i could see. The thread was clear. And then i went to something called the war conference in the beginning of nineteen eighty eight and that was a meeting of about two hundred. Lgbt activists from around the country and i begged to be invited to the war conference. And i got there and people started talking about act up. And i thought oh my god. This sounds like something. I really should check out. As soon as i got back. There was a monday night meeting. I went to the monday night meeting. And i walked in and i thought oh my god. These are my people. These are the cranky individualists. Who are really too weird to be part of normal society. And they're here doing civil disobedience and direct action. I can go out in the streets and yell and say what i want and do what i did during the vietnam war in the feminist movement and it all just felt like home
The Disappearance of Kim Ghelkins and Her Ties to Pee Wee Gaskins
"It didn't take long to zero in on gaskins as a suspect. Investigators were aggressive pounding the pavement looking for leads. That's when they met the mother of dennis. Bellamy diane bellamy and johnny nights. She reported her three children or also missing Mrs night brought the story to ahead. Marianne griffin began it permission. I gave information. That people in the neighborhood are all missing. They would also learn jesse. Judy and johnny sellers were missing and the common denominator in these missing persons. Was pee wee gaskins when they arrived at his home peewee. Wasn't there but the detectives did me sandy. The donna gaskins. It was the ex wife. Sandy who gave the detectives the lead they were looking for. Sandy snell gaskins told the police that peewee and cam often in prospect. Knowing kim was last seen with pee wee gaskins police quickly obtained a search warrant for pee-wee's trailer ninety miles away in prospect. It was there. They found clothing. That belonged to kim calkins. They also found a stolen car on his lot and he was arrested that same day for auto theft and contributing to the delinquency of a minor took her out across county allows. It was a minor charge as far as compared to murder was certainly series and have to put him back in jail still. There was no sign of kim calkins who had been missing for nearly sixty days. Police detectives tracked down walter. Neely pee-wee's close friend and applied pressure. Walter buckled but. He had no idea where kim was. He didn't know we had taken her to stay with his daughter. Shirley and gaskins and her husband howard evans. Police knew she wasn't there anymore. Shirley ann thought camp had gone to indiana where she had some family. So police were in a bind. Walter had taken them to pee wee's burial grounds and they were knee deep in digging up bodies but still no word on kim calkins dead or live.
Ken Burns on America, Selling His First Film and More
"This Independence day, we turned to a man who tells the story of America in her glory and struggle for unity. Ken Burns. Documentaries range from the Civil War to baseball, country music, and this year's Ernest Hemingway. As we first told you last fall, Burns calls himself an emotional archaeologist. He excavates lost love letters, forgotten photos and overlooked heroes. Research so deep viewers can feel like strangers discovering America For the first time, his films ask what it means to be American. So we asked What does it mean to be Ken Burns? Have had the privilege of spending my entire life making films about the U. S. Capital U Capital s, But I've also had the privilege of making films about us. The two letter lower case plural pronoun that has a kind of intimacy and warmth to it in the country Music film Merle Haggard says. Country music is about those things we believe in but can't see like dreams and songs and souls. It's telling us that there is in front of us are kind of Rational world in which one in one always equals two, but that the thing that compels us forward as human beings is that we look for one and one Equalling three. We find that in our faith, we find that in our art we find that in our love of each other, and I think one of the things I discovered working on country music is that When I understood this dynamic between the US and us lowercase uppercase that I realized there's only us know them. The choice was easy because us the Americans struggle to forge union from diversity has been Ken Burns obsession since he was 11 years old at the end of this lane in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann
"And on top of it because of the constant chemical insult, whether it's through our food or our environment, we're absorbing less because our guts are more damaged. That's why anemia is more present in women, zinc deficiency is common in both men and women and typically when I have done hair treatments on younger men losing their hair in their 20s, multiple times they have come back, they're deficient in zinc. And that's why they're losing their hair. And then hormones, ladies, if you've ever been on birth control, your hormones will be off. If you've ever been pregnant, and or had a baby, your hormones are going to be off. If you've ever been through a significantly stressful time in your life. So for me, that was medical school and raising two children at the same time. Your hormones are going to be off. Men same thing nutrient deficiency, extremely stressful time in your life. And people don't attribute stress to the hair loss, but the stress messes up your hormones. And right now, we are living an American society that is go go go, go, go, go go. There is no rest for the weary. There's no downtime and the amount of people that have adrenal fatigue and have abnormal lab work because our food's not quality and they're running high stressed. It's like no wonder everybody's losing their hair. Well, the stress affects women a lot. More so than men. And they were just wired that way. But I think from the nutrient standpoint, I look up Haagen dazs, ice cream, and I think I'm good..
"ann" Discussed on Women and Crime
"It was reported that after kellyanne body was discovered. John golub went to the house of the friend that was over that day to talk. This is the younger brother and witnesses. Report that once. John made the discovery that his friend had already been taken in for questioning. He yelled at him. Tell them we were just playing nintendo. This doesn't look good either on the one hand yes. This doesn't look good but it also might be a frustrated like. He's afraid that they're going to try to pin something on him and just tell them. We were playing nintendo. You interpret this two ways the to call a boys in the two friends were taken in for questioning and given lie detector tests. Guess what the outcome was. They did not pass the lie detector tests. I tricked you. They all pass el paso that doesn't mean shit. Why doesn't that mean anything. Amy because lie detector tests are not reliable. I think we see case in case over and over again people who passed test you were lying and people who fail tests you were telling the truth. It's undeniably why lie detector tests are not in court. They're not reliable. I'm assuming the police don't care. They have enough other evidence to know that these boys know something they just wanted to be able to. Maybe use that as like a jumping off point. They wanted to use that. As a jumping off point i would also say they probably wanted to figure out the other boys not the golub boys but the two others that were in the home were they involved and also intimidation and yeah sure it serves a number of different purposes even if the lie detectors not admissible in court. But you're right. They had other evidence much stronger evidence and while the police were searching the golf home. They discovered a suitcase in the basement. That contain the clothes that kellyanne was wearing the day of her disappearance. A large t shirt was also found. It was soaked in blood and semen and the police believed that it belonged to robert. Golub the older brother however this is odd. The police determined that the semen was not tied to the murder and that it could have been thrown into the suitcase beforehand by how they made this determination..
"ann" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Old girl watching her younger brother received a phone call when she hung up. She told her brother that she was going to sneak out to a friend's for a little while and would be back soon. But a little while would come and go and the young girl did not come home as promised as police and family searched the young girls. Terrible fate was soon discovered and with tear community apart. This is a kellyanne. Tina story In hi amy again. It's great to see you. Amy always great to see too. I know i miss you when we're not together. I know all right. So i'd like to thank student researcher. Who helped me with this case. And she did a lot of the heavy lifting on this one. Her name is amanda rivera. Amanda she's fabulous fabulous. Thank you amanda. Great job on this one and on the other episode. You've worked on really appreciate it. And before we get to the kellyanne tanya story we have some supporters. We'd like to thank today amy. So who do we have. I we have hannah. Sprague rhymes with egg. Thank you hannah we also have jillian mckenna now. Jillian mckenna was gifted the patriots membership from her wife. Which is so cool. And they're also from wexford ireland. Get out of here. Yeah can we come visit thank you. What an ice. It's such a compliment to have someone gift. You're patriots really cool. Thank you both so much for your support. We really appreciate it. We're really thanks to everyone who supports the show financially and otherwise we appreciate any form of support. We're really grateful now. Let's get to today's case. Kellyanne tennis was born on march fifth. Nineteen seventy five in valley stream new york where she lived with her mother victoria her father richard and her younger brother richard junior. You might remember him from the intro. Said that she was watching him so she had one sibling. The neighborhood that kelly lived in was friendly and full of working class families. Actually my father was from valley stream and my grandmother so this case is somewhat personal. Because i know the area did you ever hear about the case. When you were growing up. I did not hear about this case. no But my grandmother would not have talked about crime so this was actually also a listeners recommendation. So this came from someone else who didn't know the area and did know the case. Those that lived on her street were very close to one another. They had a very close knit community. And all round it was your seemingly safe and normal neighborhood. Kelly was very athletic. Thirteen year old girl. She had brown hair blue eyes and gain the reputation of being the best babysitter in the neighborhood by other families. According to kelly's family and friends she was just a very happy kind young girl. Okay so let's talk about the events of march third on this day..
"ann" Discussed on Revision Path
"About sunday tons anymore. Not when you were in trinidad and tobago you started out at the college of science and technology and applied arts and later you finished up at the university of trinidad and tobago. I'm totally basing off your lincoln so please feel free to chime in. Correct me if i'm wrong but you made the switch from marketing to design like. Where did that shift come in. I a teenager mobster. My grandmother pasta. I moved in with my uncle on and they really pushed me more towards the business side. Because i was always to minds about the business or art. I did both in in high school. So i had to do odds because it wasn't all fully subjects that i wanted so autos always something. On the periphery on the really encouraged me to go to the business side and i was like okay. Well a few centimeters do business do business that i like which was marketing. At that time. I started in two thousand and six and at that time. The of dot actually provided free to sri education for all citizens zule. You could go to college for free. And i went and i got my associate degree in in but then i decided maybe i could switch to ought so i got a diploma in visual communication design. At that time i was like. Okay what do i do next. I decided that i will go finish my degree in business. Because i i'm new type of not once. I thought something. I like to finish it. So i wanted to get my degree in business. That was the moment i realized. I don't like business. Having to do. Human resource management and organizational principles. I'm the person who as much as i can memorize. Jerry likes to be able to explain it. Create a story out of it and that's get repeated. We'd food so that did not go too well for me exams but i passed and i realize my passion really lies within being creative and telling stories on if i could add visually i'll go back and get my degree in visual communication design so i got my degree in after my business degree. I got my degree in graphic design at the same university and it was like a distance learning program so it was a university in sunderland in the uk but there was a sensation. Dodd at you go to and you would get the same qualifications. Okay so after you are studying and you make the switch to graphic design. And you're doing that. What was your your early career like after you graduated well after i graduated with my markets in associate degree. I a job in a bank as office stunned so all of the other degrees which is visual communication. My back on my two bachelor's through is done pot time. So i would during the d. and i went to school at night which i will not recommend anybody lots hot and it took me nisha. It was extremely difficult at that time. I was grateful that my job required no green power as an office assistant. I was basically just filing into drawers for the day and then tree as lease. I got the promotion to an administrative assistant. I will still have to deal with all running the department so making all of the office supplies will in order making show. All of the managers had whatever they need for meetings. That's when i realize. I cannot do this thing anymore so manages just don't know how to speak to people especially when they think that they are in a low position on them and many times. I wanted to kiss out my managers. But i remember that i had a job that paid for my degree and paid for all the things that associated with me in getting that degree so doing design is never a simple as a business degree. You always have to get off materials. You have to think about printing projects on all of these things as much as the government was providing free tuition. I still had to think about out presents a project so look professional all these printing costs on all of these other things that you necessarily think about before so i had to keep my job and i realized that within rb see. There's a graphic designer. So when i was a as an office assistant i looked truly company directory on. I called the graphic design the time as i. I want to do graphic design to know like what qualifications like. How did you get job on a piston. She was really sweet and she told me the school that you went to. It was actually the same school that i was in the time. i need. Help me with my assignments on me. Just the getty portfolio that. I needed so become the graphic designer and when she left she told me sherry apply for the job. I did not get a job this time but one year later the person who replaced left and at that time i was able to get work experience in graphic design so within a year of that person oiling. My spot as graphic design of our. We see i was able to teach graphic design with a government program at the time which was retraining adults who wanted to skill so after not getting new job on feeling really disappointed. I was able to find something that gave me the experience so next time the job came up i was able to apply again on. Get the job so it works out in the end. Wow i mean first of all shoutouts that women for helping you out and letting you know this is an opportunity that you could take and also kind of motivating you to get to that point cheerleader. And she's still friends today she to me this week. What would you say is like the best thing about the work that you do now. It best thing buddy. Week that i do is that nobody tells me what i could do. So i initiate all my projects myself on. I is something that. I never think that i could do. Because i have a knock like executing other people ideas really really well so you give me vision. You tell me what you want to do. I sit on a plan with you on. We get this done but when it comes to doing it for myself so much fair so much apprehension but over the last year twenty twenty has taught me. If you afraid that just means that you're heading in the right direction and your breath you bet some mash the gas on the debris cts so just keep going full steam ahead on. That really helps me to think about how to approach these project so a lot of the projects that i'm doing right now is a wrong thing that i've always loved loved history. Abo- is love music. Look trinidad on. A lot of my projects revolve around these things. Have you found. While you've been there in switzerland and i know places have been locked down but have you found some like i dunno since of community or some kind of like of home there yet. Yes on no so for me. It was difficult to make friends because as any put any piston who is moving to german speaking europe. L'hotel you don't speak german. That's different strike against you. And i don't speak german and it was difficult for me to even have conversations with pistons because they can't get past my accent even when i speak in my most standard english as they would wanna put it. I just saw in in our mud by your accent is still beautiful but.
Interview With Visual Design Student, Cherry-Ann Davis
"All right so tell us who you are and what you do. I m cherian. Davis and i am currently a masters students at zurich university of the arts studying. Visual communication. Design and zurich. That's zurich in switzerland correct. Yes rica's onset salon. I left my good hot. I land in zurich. Another parts of do that. I've not been before. Well first of all. I never left my country for longer than a week before moving to switzerland. Wow yes and you've been there. I think you told me earlier. You've been there. Since february of last year yes february. Twenty twenty. I moved to hyperactive my four suitcases. It's everything that i wouldn't. And i hold their in my life and i brought with me so many books and i came by myself in a new field. How's it been adjusting to everything. Well one months after arriving. There was a global lockdown. So that's a judgment period was quite hot. Because i didn't know anybody person that i knew he kinda like drop me as soon as i got to switzerland's in up on them iq by myself not knowing anyone in flatwoods to other people upstairs on the people who were on my floor left. They went back to their countries to spend quarantine or their families to spend that time. And i was just by myself. Yeah being new to school not even having time to meet my classmates. I'm gets new them. It was rough. It was real hard. My goodness i can only imagine. How did you get through that while. We're still getting it right. I am still getting true. North brands like i prayed a lot and i spoke to my therapist a lot. Because as much as you think that as much as i was repaired mentally too moves another country. I was not prepared mentally. It's a move to another country and be in so much isolation. Although i lived on my own and i was back in trinidad i. It was something that i could not comprehend
"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann
"I can't remember what I read on this, but the average weight increase something like 11 pounds or something. Oh yeah. You know, during this time. I think we both fell into that category. I almost lost all of mine. Where are you at? Yeah, I'm working on it. Okay. You know, before COVID hit as I recall, we were in a weight loss challenge. Yeah, I was winning that. I don't think you're winning anymore. No, I'll tell you, you know, you sit there and watch Netflix and eat ice cream. Somehow just does not work. I'm trying to make it work to the best of my ability. It does not work for weight loss. I hate it. No, which is interesting because you're right, the zoom boom is where it started. The first wave of women coming out, which we'll talk about in a second was all facial. And then it moved to body because of this weight gain. But according to the American society of plastic surgeons, some of the statistics that I came across is that 11% of women surveyed indicated they're more interested in cosmetic surgery or non surgical procedures now than they were before COVID-19. And then it's even higher among women who've already had surgery or procedure 24% of them, and then 35% of women who have previously had at least one cosmetic surgical procedure or minimally invasive procedure, planned to spend more on treatments in 2021 than they have previously. Yeah, I mean, if you look at those statistics, when you start looking at 19% 24%, 35% even a percentage of each is 35% to spend more than they did before. Yeah. And I think people had time to say, what's important? I think that's part of it. You know, just what's important, you go through life and you know, I think we only go through it one time. And how do you want to look while you're going through it?.
"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann
"Now there's ways to mix it with saline and soften it up and do all this. But they have found that if you keep it at a certain temperature, this lower temperature it slows that process so it will not change into that gel is fast. So basically now by cooling it, you have plenty of time. You can do multiple areas, it's not like, okay, I gotta get this. I gotta rush. I gotta, you know, stab the head a 150 times quickly and I can take my time. So they made it better. Yes. And so we're continuing to improve on things. And that's, you know, I was, again, using PRP in the past, and we did use it a lot for hair. I have to admit I was not injecting it that often. Anytime I was doing people's under eyes, it would burn like hell. I didn't find them wanting to come back and do this. And we talked about this over and over again. If procedures are really painful and patients don't love it that much, they're never going to do it again. Right. My prf underneath the eyes, number one, I use a cannula, so it's very easy. There's only one little poke for the needle at the entry. Number two, it does not burn it all when it goes in. It feels like pressure. So it doesn't feel like anything going in. And number three, the results are so much better. I do a ton of prf in the tier troughs. So I used to do a lot of filler even if it was micro dots of filler. But since we switched to PR F, I want to say about four years ago, I would say 70 to 80% of my tier troughs have turned into PR F instead of filler. And it can not backfire on you as long as you don't drop those red blood cells. You will never end up with puffy under eyes..
"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann
"So all you have to do is draw off the top layer of that little bit of fluid. And so typically in a vial, a PRP may produce 8 ten CC's a lot of that being PPP. When I'm doing my PR F, I have two spin speeds, and so I'm usually getting anywhere from one and a half to three and a half CCS, but it's got ten times the concentration of platelets. So I have a lower volume and a higher concentration, so I'm really sending a lot of platelets to a certain area to get what I'm looking for. So it seems like the key difference between the two. So for patients out there, you know, and you want to ask for something and we'll talk about all the uses for this. But I'm thinking well, I still don't quite get it, but the difference is really fibrin. Yes? The fibrin matrix, yep. And one of the things with the fibrin matrix is it allows the growth factors that are in there to stay alive and active for 7 to 12 days instead of dying off in 30 minutes to three hours. So for a patient getting this, I'm you know, I'm getting it for my face and we're getting it with a filler, I'm getting it around my eyes. I'm getting that to have something working for days as opposed to at the most maybe a few hours, tremendous difference. Yes. Oh, yeah. Whenever I teach a PR F to my clients, this is the analogy I always give them. So if I take a fish from an ocean and I throw it in a fish tank with its water, it'll survive for a certain amount of days, but if you don't feed it it eventually dies off. Right. That's kind of like our prf. Alive for 7 to 12 days. If you take that same fish out of the ocean and slap it on the countertop, it's going to be alive for a few minutes to a few hours and it's dead because there's no water..
"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann
"Down. So he's struggling a little bit. I'm gonna work on it quickly. I'm gonna shoot coffee. I think that's it. If I just shoot the coffee down, pretend it's a shot, just take the whole thing. I'll be good to go. Next time we come in, that's what I'm gonna do. I'll bring your coffee. I'll bring a lion to shot glasses and just fill them up for you and you can just keep doing them as shots as we go down. Yay. Finally. Perfect. I might have to sneak a little bit of a baileys or Kalu and one just to throw you off a little bit, so. Better yet. I'm for it. Let's do it. All right. Well, today we are talking about PR F? Yes? We are. We are. Under the heading what would Larry do? And we're going to come back to this later as far as a lot of things that are concerned. But we do a lot of prf at our office and a lot of people don't know what it is. And so doctor Anne does a ton of it and she is going to enlighten all of us about all the benefits of what it is, how it compares to other things and stuff like that. So let's just go PR F right off the top and what is it? All right. Well, prf with the initial stand for is platelet rich fibrin. So the definition of that is really a complex of fibrin matrix containing platelets, leukocytes, and mesenchymal stem cells. So basically, it's we're drawing the blood. We're spinning it down. We're getting rid of the red blood cells and we're concentrating all the white blood cells and platelets. And then we are using this as a therapy to help improve skin and fight aging. So we're either injecting it in or microneedling it in. Okay, so it sounds good..
"ann" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"That's how i feel like it's like i was lucky to live in a time where this you know. I mean think of all the bad things that governments do going to the moon with not one of them going voyager. It's not something you have this feeling of shame. You know you think this is an opportunity to the moon wasn't rear opportunity for human self esteem and it wasn't because someone you know. I'm sure that lockheed martin aerospace companies made a lot of money on it but that wasn't the it wasn't for the vanity of a single individual. It was for us all of us. Of course it was part of the nuclear arms race with russians. And there were these. Dr you know the sad under undertone but the real point was that they were coming for all of us and i think of like lord some lady bountiful who are gonna know advance the human enterprise it makes me feel like i'm living in the eighteen nineteen century. I wanna be sick. Because that's not the point. Let me ask a question. How are we going to solve the problems. We face if we have to conform to the balance sheet of these people. We need to l. problems so that we're thinking in terms of a thousand years and what happens to our descendants then one hundred years those are the time scales that sunny. It speaks and we're being asked to look to the rich. Who have such a fabulous record of being so deeply about human and other species welfare. This is insane and it's very sad chapter. I think she's a lucky woman. According to her. I've been really lucky because i came of age in when no female got to finish the sentence and i remember that was the role and i was just stupefyingly lucky in that the guy sitting next to me was carl sagan and he wanted me to finish every sentence and when people would say. Oh carl your idea about this or that was so brilliant. He say no. That wasn't my idea that was the idea. And so i was in a very unusual privileged position because i had someone who commanded such respect putting his risks out in in in the service of ability to express myself and to get things done and made all the difference for me but everybody can have but carl sitting next to you know would that they could. And that's that's So you know. I just feel super lucky because i know so many people of color so many women who also have a lot of potential and could've done really big things and they never got a seat at the table and so i feel a little bit of guilty. You know because. I had such a great person in my corner. I think we're the lucky ones an amazing person. An amazing woman. Andrew cosmo season three airs on daijiro starting march night for scifi talk. This is tony tomato. Thanks for listening. Jewis state i. John hardly from smallville and vision. I'm going to start a fringe robert. Patrick hey this is. James marsters on sci-fi. Talk tony tomato. This is colin cunningham. Also known as major davis. Sc one stargate. You i should say either. Christopher hired l. from sanctuary i've played montague. John drew hi. I'm george decay. And i listened to sci-fi talk..
"ann" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Lord of the rings evokes julian sands creepy man. I think if there's nothing that distinguishes the kind of work do from from some of my colleagues. It's a real commitment to Using computers in stories. I kind of rigorous matter. Who's your mazda. Howdy one someone. I two hat Wow hey that's great. My guy the archangel. Gabriel his early. What is most important. Is that burnham forgives herself because as burn my carey a tremendous amount of bilton shame. Talk talk behavior. You're very right in saying that. The greek heroes the original superheroes in part because of the nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion have prosper. Hi welcome to sci-fi talk and today we're looking at the series cosmos. A person that i respect a lot is andrew young who is married to carl sagan and created the original cosmo's series and it's very involved on this series here. She talks about season three well. I like to season three. I guess i was there for the first one In one thousand nine hundred eighty. And so i had like like a seinfeld character about this season. Three i think you mean but Yeah we really open it up. I feel like we're more alive to To so many different things on this planet as well as The obvious exoplanet stuff that everyone expects and We have some stories to tell. That are absolutely i think you know completely unknown and completely so and that's what cost mercy's it so storytelling and so i'm very excited. Jim neal says he thinks the best one yet. So you including season one. And i love season then because I think are the greatest spiritual teacher since charles darwin. That's quite a statement. She made about her late husband. What about a favorite of the series for her. That is so tough. Well you know. I have to go. I can't say that. I like like seasons. Read better than season. One season two. Because i just feel like different things right. Yeah favorite kid. Never do that. But i there is some and of course you know with my fox now gio head on this season. Don't you find out. But i i do to say that we have we have. We're making lost worlds lost. Simulations africa the stories of three scientists three scientists. No one's ever heard of that are so absolutely critical to the world. We live in and one of them is a murder on a level that i can't even imagine personally ever being brave enough to do what he did that kind of stuff. i think. that's what we need is role models who are not spending every minute of their lives shopping. You know people who actually care about the future people who are actually finding new worlds to stumbling newroz adding to this forty thousand generations of human efforts. So i'm. I'm so unluckiest person in the world to be able to do this. I'm a level that we can do it at cosmos cinematic -ly we array of that. You know these people usually work in movies. They get paid a lot more than we can pay them. But they're here because cosmos actually means something. Truth is a precious commodity these days. I say you can't. He can't get to mars telling lies. You tell one lie in the hundred thousand steps that need to be go right in order to get to mars and you're not going to mars you're going you know you're gonna miss morris by a lot that's the point and here. We are living in this society. Where all of us know every day. We're getting the steady diet is that is i never in my old. I never seen anything like this. Where people just like with out any fear even that anyone will care that they're lying and so what and put is usual his finger on that thing that is the essence haas most it was the essence of carl sagan. To which is it matters. What's true and you know. We had this big shadow our future and camp to to get to that possible world. Just the real star of the show the possible world that we can still have here we kick get there from where we are if we lie to each other tour stops so i guess that's the soul of the show really gold is not. We can't give you any absolute truth. Sciences this great permanent revolution. And that's that's true is that someone might might note that we were wrong. And then spin of birmingham stay. We'll be like we were wrong. We love you thank you. You know we'll give you our highest because you figured out that kind of error. Correcting mechanism is what we need right now. There's more sci fi talk so stay tuned back on sci-fi talk. Tony feel like when it comes to go to mars when it comes to go to prison when it comes to school if the profit motive is in the driver's seat we are all. You're just like all in going to suffer. And.
"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann
"It's just fantastic. But they've also made the hero, which again is our in motion technology. They have added that to the platform, the X platform. And so now, if you've got the big system, you can add that to it and do your treatments in motion. So again, you have all these advantages that you didn't have before. So this is why we call it the game changer. It is going to change how practices can do treatments and the kind of results that people can get in a really short period of time. So Anne mentioned the arms that she did. It's not like you can't do it the other way. But if you can get that much pigment and that quickly uniformly, too. Yes, I mean, it's beautiful. And the patient was just like, wow. You know? And so when you get that wow. I mean, that's a big deal. I mean, you were, again, changing someone, and you're doing it in a fashion that other systems aren't going to be able to do. So we love it. It's a new technology out there. I think it's been around maybe about three, three 86 months so far? No, I would say that definitely last summer, probably is when it came out. I know that they didn't quite launch it right away because we were all in the middle of COVID shutdown. But I want to say that they were one of the companies that, despite COVID, and they knew that they couldn't go out to offices, they just launched it and started telling people about it. But I don't think it really started to hit until maybe the fall or winter when they could actually visit people again. So they had it out there. They had it ready produced, they were showing us the studies..
"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann
"One way or the other. So it's an exciting time in technology and we're so excited to have this device. And so now, when you're looking at yourself and you see pigment in the when you're looking in the mirror, you see pigment, but you could be looking at a large mirror looking at your whole body. And you know, knowing okay, the chest can be done, the arms can be done, the shoulders. Are always heavily pigmented. So you can do the shoulders, you can do the back. You can do legs. And the thing is, whatever you don't do is definitely going to look different than what you treat. That's dramatically different if it didn't look different than it means we're not doing anything. And this is amazing for that. So the thought is, is that if you can do it in a relatively short period of time the cost, everything is reduced, you can get these treatments and look fantastic from head to toe by using new technology. Yeah, and I look at it as revolutionary for both patients and practitioners. So for me as the practitioner, if you have ever photo facial a full set of legs, you know how long it takes. And I have done that time and time again. Arms not so bad. Like you can kind of cruise through those, but full set of legs. I mean, you're in there for a while. It's pretty grueling. The second we started with the BBL hero with the in motion. I would say at least in half if not more. I mean, I was blown away at how fast I could get through this set of legs. That's what I look at for practitioners is that we are now able to collect the same amount of money for half the amount of time we're spending in the room..
"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann
"Any time we do consultations now, and they come in with that, the first place you have to start with your patients is doing the Agnes to reduce the volume and get rid of that because some of the ways that we were dealing with sagging jowls in the past, if it was a non surgical option, obviously, there's always a facelift. But common ways that we would look at it is, you know, I would have patients come in wanting to do a thread lift. And I would do thread lifts to be able to pick up that gel, which I still love threads, and I use them a lot. But if they have really thick, heavy tissue and a lot of sagging in that gel whenever I teach thread lifts to offices, I always tell them this is not your primary candidate. They have too much going on. Well, I have taken people with that same really thick heavy gel, done and Agnes to reduce the buckle, then top them off with some threads and fillers and give them that perfect, smooth jawline without making them look weird. You know, where, yes, filler and creating a nice, beautiful jawline is another way to treat those sagging jowls. But again, if they have really thick, heavy tissue, could take 6, 7 syringes to build the jawline, and you're actually widening their face in order to lift up that tissue, right? We're using volume to treat laxity and excess volume. So you're using the wrong tool in the toolbox. And it's not that you can't do it, but that's where I feel like people start to change what they look like. What I want to do is take you back to where you were ten 15 years ago before all this volume fell forward and get rid of the excess volume replace volume in the right places where it's needed and most importantly treat laxity at the end, we can get a beautiful non surgical outcome with facial sculpting that make people look like themselves and not change what they look like..
"ann" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"I wish you could see the view from my window here looking out the bedroom across what i call alligator pond at the dunes golf and tennis club here in santa bill. The sky is still got some orange to it looking past the palm trees. I'm feeling not steles. Gic preemptive nust nostlagia yes because we will be on the road and twelve days This time twelve days from now. We'll be hopefully at our hotel jacksonville on our way back up to cambridge So this is the penultimate. Show that i'll record in santa bell one more record next week and then it'll be back to cambridge. This week's show includes my conversation with an written berg. She's an old friend of mine. Who turned out to be the literary agent for cj box. Who was my guest two weeks ago so this is a good opportunity just to sort of see the other half of the equation when you've cut a really successful author like cj chuck box in his joe pickett series and then a very talented experienced literary agent in new york. How did they get together. How did she help his career. what does she think about amazon publishing. Whoops that's a question i think. In retrospect i might have decided not to ask her. But you'll you'll be able to judge that when you hear it a tough technical project this podcast and you'll hear about that too but Short-form is three years. The way through the internet here at the rental home just died. And i was just trying to. I was scrambling fast to figure out how i was going to get back in and finish our conversation. We're also going to hear some news about amazon's initiative in healthcare. I think that that is the doctor amazon segment. And we're gonna talk about the nook. We haven't talked about the bars. Noble nook for a long time. But dan campbell. Sent me a piece that made me think. Maybe there's life in the nook and that's that's kinda cool. I'm for that tech tip. That will be of interest. If you've ever put a book up for sale at kindle direct publishing and Let's see what else have we get. That's about it oh Toward the end of the interview. I'm going to keep you in suspense as to who will play. Joe pickett in the tv series. Which is now being filmed in calgary. That news broke yesterday. After i spoke with andrew berg. Let's get started. i.
"ann" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And went near the driveway. And that's when his son was like. Okay, well, I'm going to go home, so he started to go. Oh, hi, I'm and he got to the driveway and that's apparently when heavy fog came in, you know, and how the kerosene lamp and she was carrying it, and she heard footsteps. She didn't see a sum she apparently heard footsteps. She said. Son is that you follow my light and my voice and that's what I had. And so Her son tried to follow delight in Ann's voice. Say image to walk all the way back. To her house and She turned on houses like that was still just heavy fog. And that's when she realized that her son wasn't there with her like she was by herself, So she ran ahead there with the kerosene lamp going. You know his son, Where are you? Where are you? Come here out of the fog, and there was no reply. She sat down and she didn't know what to do. She honestly had no clue what to do. The next morning, she got off. She went looking. She went searching. She went looking downtown. He went up and down everywhere searching for a son. It wasn't until she was walking back to a house that she found him at the bottom of the pond Gone, just passed away.
"ann" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Time we're not we're sort of behind enemy lines were located in the people's Republic of Ann Arbor yeah we have a lot of psychotic love to see her again elected office and then think they're gonna they're gonna do stuff we have an idea first and stuff we want to do we're winning some regulations over here we're gonna change this all I had breakfast with a pal today not going to go to the details but I I've I've almost got toys in the people's Republic of Ann Arbor they I was about five years back they passed an ordinance to city council thinking about doing stuff and the ordinance was you can't sit in your car let it idle in the city if you're caught by legal ticket meaning we're gonna we're gonna save the universe global warming climate change will make sure that you're not wasting fossil fuels spewing pollution out into the streets around Arbor in other words middle of winter you're for example may be sitting on the side of the street why your wife friends and to buy something we all know that's like what forty five minutes later come back track and your sister would you go sit in the cold because you can't sit in your car well they still want to go through because I can't park here state so anyway this happened the spell my where I didn't our breakfast with today so somebody came out knocked on the window of the car it said you can't let your guard like that something like that I'm gonna call the police what what I'm not even a cop a citizen some leftists iconic out of an uber that's the way they think they're more often than not this town I I gotta tell ya I came to the people's Republic of Ann Arbor back in nineteen sixty six and I remember one as this was before it was sanitized for your protection strayed wiles while the street way cool that was it that's the way Ann Arbor that's one arm was fabulous now it's a micro manage hundred percent top down there anything you think should be one way in Ames the wrong way perfect case example what I just told you about the all the streets are for pedestrians they don't want cars yes cars drive on some of the streets with manta they make it hard they've got rid of all the streets you step four lines are taken on two lines and then they put a big Honkin bicycle passes probably have in your neck of the woods too and they put in those stupid if you see somebody with a flashlight start your own forty miles an hour plus thirty five but you're doing forty miles an hour and somebody wants to cross the street and you gotta stop forum that's insane that is straight up insane so while that's I know its the the wave of the well the president and all came down from the United Nations believer not with been over that's a hundred times but anyway knocking on the window freezing cold snow outside skews me do you know you are not supposed to sit with your car idling excuse me I thought you're an armed robber accordingly well it wasn't a gun that was just your head in the glove just just kidding but seriously that's insane somebody's gonna put that that's like when you were in elementary school and there was that one kid there but I want to beat the crap out of because they were squeal and everybody what what is every American citizen I don't they learn this in foreign countries in fact they don't I don't think they ever learned at East Germany but what's the number one thing you learn by the time you're in a second grade come on the tab is up you don't squeal don't square all well and that's what that person was doing was just being a squealer I'm gonna call the police if you don't show your car off well you know there's no apparently thirty degrees out I got it I don't care.
"ann" Discussed on WJR 760
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