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"apo" Discussed on Apps, Games and Insights
"Million students are affected right now because of COVID and industries adopting ever university now is becoming digital at becoming a digital university that's really exciting and I think it's going to change the education industry forever. Have you had any of these professional outfits reach out to you for advice not me maybe John but yeah, it's husband an interesting time I think you know what it is I think a lot of the already set up to do it. I think like you say blended learning this has been something that's been around for a long time. This is completely new just. Like remote, working remote working around before covid but it gave it push that needed to become a significant and to be widespread, and so I, think it's the same educational learning a lot of people doing it was becoming the norm. I'm sure every major university was already embracing this have to see digital solutions like co Sarah eds's things already growing. But as always with innovation, you sometimes have that that triggered that spark that pushes it, and then it changes industry forever and I think education is GonNa go for the next five ten years wasn't necessarily higher education institutions reaching out towards but. Definitely. Before an even more jobs, actually businesses. So a lot of businesses offer language learning as a benefit particularly in Europe and so a Lotta Times that was maybe teacher coming into the office for your weekly German lesson or your weekly list or whatever. The reshot us both for our APP. Service that we? But. Also, four are now online tutoring preliminary offering as John. We have B to B business as well. So a number of startups that want to teach their. Languages and we have a service. So that was could see a significant increase in business conversations going on there as companies realized that the digital is is the best way to that need right now during these times I have a question on something you mentioned earlier to your point about everyone lives differently. In this world where people end differently and you have such demand what I would estimate is probably a whole bunch of people coming into the APO cove may be hadn't considered having the time before had you case for all those different needs and how do you make that people get the type of leading suits them actually think that's a really good description of my job. Is that have a thousand things to do and the John would love to put into place in I have to make sure k. one of the top five things that we prioritize and say this is the most important. One of the ways we do that is like many businesses creating user personas. So really defining okay. Who are the top five people? Is it for example, a someone? WHO's. Moving to a new country or someone who is starting a new career who wants to English we often use the example of them someone who wants to speak a wedding speech and wants to practice inland something. You know these are all relevant reasons to use products, but all drastically different, and that's probably the process of prioritizing in finding a better understanding of how to to syphilis people and then working with product teams to clarify okay. What the most important ones that we wanted to live over the next day? Funny. You should mention that use case because that was me I was trying to lend finish my wedding I failed my best friend turned up..
"apo" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
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"apo" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
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Pick a Plan and GET AFTER IT
"Leadership means firmness not harshness or bullying understanding not weakness justice erase the freedom humaneness not intolerance generosity not selfishness pride. Not Egotism so little quote for you kick things off. This is coming very I ran across it the other day and as I ran across it I saw some of little bit of the dichotomy leadership in there and it just caught my attention. And it's a quote General Omar Bradley General with a good amount of name recognition but a general who kind of flew under the radar sometimes because he was competing with some some big names. You know he's competing with General Patton. He's compete with General Eisenhower. He's competing with General Montgomery so he kind of flew under the radar sometimes even though he does have the Bradley fighting vehicle named after him which is a awesome machine but he absolutely was a well regarded general in his own right born in eighteen. Ninety three in Randolph County Missouri worked as a boilermaker figured out he could get a free education by going to west point so he went to West Point graduated in Nineteen fifteen same years. Eisenhower by the way he was a really good athlete. Baseball Star could've played pro ball but chose to be in. The army chose to go and do his commitment to the army. One thousand nine hundred fifteen. You're probably thinking World War. One W W well. He actually didn't go to World War One and World War One. There were mining disputes in the unions in the in the minds up in Montana and they had to activate some army units to send them up there to guard the minds. And that's what he did. He did that for a little while. And then he did go to unit that was getting ready to deploy to World War One. The Spanish flu came which everyone seems to know about the Spanish flu. Now and there then there was the armistice and he didn't deploy so he didn't get any combat action in World War. One thought that that might hurt his career but he stayed in anyways ended up teaching tactics at the infantry school fast forward through the peace years may general in one thousand nine hundred forty two assigned the eighty second division the Twenty Eighth National Guard division eventually worked under General Patton as the deputy in charge of Second Corps and then took it over himself led the campaigns in Tunisia and Sicily. Ike Eisenhower selected Bradley to command the First Army during Operation Overlord D Day Command. He commanded the most troops of any general. Us General in history when he took command of the twelfth on weaker. One point three million troops to little decentralized command. Better come into play right there. Continue with all those troops to push through Europe until the fall Germany. We covered Ernie. Pyle on this podcast. Podcast number thirty nine. His book brave men. It was the heavies for my favor. Lines Ernie pyle nicknamed him the G. I. General because he was kind of a laid back down to Earth Guy didn't make a spectacle of himself. After the war he ran the VA for a while. The Veterans Administration I ever chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. During the Korean War retired in nineteen fifty-three after thirty eight years of service I found day. The Internet is amazing. I found any evaluation. You know we talk about the evaluations evaluation in the Marine Corps evaluation the navy evaluation. I found an evaluation of Bradley written by General Patent. Pretty cool because it shows it shows what type of a person patent was just in the way he wrote this thing so it says subject efficiency report through commanding general NATO USA APO five thirty four to add adjutant General War Department Washington DC name and grade of General Officer reported on Omar F Bradley Lieutenant General Period covered one July nineteen forty three to eight September nineteen forty two months in eight days duties performed commanding general to core one July nineteen forty three to eight September nineteen something unclear manner of performance superior F- Physical Activity Superior Physical Endurance Superior Knowledge of his profession superior for what command or duty would you specifically recommend him and army and then what opportunities have you had for observing him during period covered intimate daily contact. Does he rendered a willing and generous support to plans of superiors regardless of personal views. In the matter yes which is a very interesting topic to cover mean you think about what they've got in their physical duty not knowledge of his profession. What job would you recommend? Does he give generous supports to plans of superiors regardless of his personal views. No matter so this guy's going to back you up. The answer is yes and ten of all general officers of his grade. Personally known to you. What number would you give him on this list? And how many comprise your list and patterns answer is number one. I know all of them. Further remarks deemed necessary. None signed G. S. junior lieutenant general. Us Army commanded. So that's pretty awesome review. The interesting thing is if you know anything about the history of Bradley and Patton. There's some interesting dynamics. They first of all had very different personalities. Patent was you know flashy and go ego driven in a lot of ways and and Bradley was not and there's some quotes I pulled from patents journal Journals About Bradley. So it's interesting that he can have these right in that glowing like evaluation about him to try and get him promoted but at the same time here are some things he said about him. Bradley's to Conservative. He wants to wait until we can all jump into the fight together. By which time half our men will be. We'll have the flu trench foot. I wish he had a little more daring. Another one. Bradley is a good offer. Buddy utterly lacks it too bad. The IT Factor Echo Charles. Next one brag is a man of great mediocrity on the other hand. He has many attributes which are considered desirable. In general. He wears glasses which I have no idea I have no idea why. That's cool to be a general glasses. He has a strong jaw. He talks profoundly and says little and he is a shooting companion of our present chief of Staff. General Marshall also. He is a loyal man. I consider him to be among our better generals
"apo" Discussed on Podium Time
"Anything interesting. Always puzzles also asked them in acid question. Let's think about it a little bit of I will refer to them as detective. Okay we are. Detectives were looking at this piece of music in. We're trying to figure it out. Used a clue clue. And you see this. I see that in. What is the whole picture young? Everybody would come into a new. Maybe we come to one picture or LISA. A more complete picture. That would is very interesting to see. We've two two more questions One of those Is a new one that I'm that I'm trying out. What composer is fascinating? You right now. It's easy to say new new music in contemporary composers but fascinating you know there are composers that are endlessly fascinating and it would never stop. One is Mahler's you would carpet. Never probably would never say. Oh Yeah I know him. I know everything about him because I think he's like in the verge of you know when you say there's a line a line is only one line between a genius in crazy. lunatic ingenious. I think Mali's sort of walking the Beethoven is also sometimes. I tell my students where it needs to be soupy till because Beethoven in now in our world probably needs to be committed to sign up. His mind is such that he could go so wild and so Introverted and you know physically split personality a model actually had seen in Freud for fourth therapy so great artists. I think all it is in this line between just about insane insane and that it's immensely interesting to me. It never edge and looking at the mall of scoring kids the complicated and how sophisticated it is so it's fascinating He would never see Beethoven. Probably the Knicks. One although he's not writing so many no's in so many Instructions on his Gore like Marlin people. Live out it's just endlessly interesting to me. I was like to wonder if if Beethoven had just kept on living like into the into the twentieth century. And more what what what things he would be interested in what I would be doing now. All Wagner in sort of a title prison creativity Dealing with music. Mostly maybe a little bit too operas on the Wagner. Is that complete drama theatre. You don't all checks that we are now doing cross cross cross whatever sound lighting staging. And all that. I will try to rotten eggs or already doing it way back way back. His thinking is not just music. That is a huge huge room of arts than music is part of your minds like that. I'm also very very treat by movie in theater stage directors. You know sometimes I think oh conductor directing were directing were directing it directing sounds with the two conductors all movie directors. They are also thinking of all these actors telling the stories from NASA shoe a month to a month or something for one movie. We watched it for nine hundred twenty minutes a so much. Details in so many lenient storylines. How do they keep it all together in? Who's doing what they only shoot like twenty seconds of Tom Cruise making face and it's part of the movie. Something that mind Novelist but you know the the the sequence what what is the most Honda English British woman who writes the Scientific Fifi movie rolling. I'm not sure Berlin Berlin is a name that Roland Emmerich is a name that I know but I'm not trading on the road sequence night that it was making two movie very very famous You know the the magic school they fly around but a little kitchen learning that you know she that kind of line. Oh yeah that kind of imagination as bread and direct a movie director to be able to put such intrigue in in complicated things into one that moviegoer Comprehend but this is a much behind it. It's incredible it just intrigues. Need to no end. How can you tie all these little things? weave it into a leaf into one product. Which is the movie. Yeah so much went on when I in a couple of gay did. I always wished that I could. I could get a copy of the score. And the different directors would do not a copy of the score of the screen the screenplay and the different directors would do is that the same screenplay just like we do and I would love to see you know where they differ are how they do these details. Because that's that's a lot easier way for for most people to see the difference between the two conductors decisions. Is You know if you give to directors the same script in the same actors you know a what do they do with that Quite quite different yeah. Yeah and it's all Nation Eighty if director has imagined ovando also what he is seeing an input put down and let other people interpret and present his his imagination which is so it takes a lot of trust. Also you know trusting. People couples also need to have a huge trust Wednesday. I finished with a piece giving it to us. And we deliver it with a it is why the composer's original thought all that we have already transformed into something else quite often. It's turned into something else. You know I remember I used to work with her Divulge her piece. She had a common of suggestion who composed. There's a better not go to the first. We heard South because there were being associated. So maybe second author enacted so involved so inches. They want to help. They could not they wanted to get in there but the orchestra connect is already Nepali. Their hair with this new music so it takes a lot of that experience and trust to deliver the baby. A new piece of music is delivering the baby. All right and one more question. Luke do you WANNA ask it? We haven't heard much of you today sore so if you were to erect a billboard for every conductor musician To See on your way to work every day something that they would have to read something. You could be inspirational I think we even had people S- pick songs Just what would your message be to the young aspiring musician conductor? Connector a how to be could wherever your whatever. The best piece of advice is that you could possibly give a K. apple young conducted now. At if if you ask me this fifteen years ago also I would be Directing it to young conductor directly. I will only say that but now I would say it. Broader I would much widen it. I will save for not just a young conductor. Oh Young Musician. Basic Pus for you to enjoy life and for. Us pursuing music is our life go emission or joy. I would say to live fully experience your life fully so you could enjoy whatever you do. I will say that who live Your Life Foley and enjoy. Whatever you do any could be expressing your music. It could be expressed in your dance to express to your theater work. You're computer work could be anything. Just to be the best. You can be in love what you do and shine. Well thank you so much for joining us. I'm so glad because you're on the phone surprise. This is great. It was good to see you again. Semi you both look great. Great I keep it up all right good night. Do you have a good day? I thank you so much for joining us today for this episode. And for all the episodes you've listened to in the past and all in the future. We really appreciate all of our listeners. Thank you for interacting with US suggesting guests. This is exactly why we do this. You can find everything on our website at Podium Taipa wordpress dot com and then we share everything also on our socials and on an email list as well. If you'd like to support the podcast monetarily. Please head over to Peter on dot com slash podium time pod medicines. Italian was performed by Stephanie. 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"apo" Discussed on Podium Time
"And you can go up and down and in which is actually four d all the dimensions and you conducting is like this cubic. It moves all over. The place is similar to Foxton seen. But I'm not organizing a such that he you know draws every feet doing what they're at the idea that's the idea. The conducting will be a very lively going with the music shake emotion rather than beating full in regular square all the time even in very simple classical symphony introduction. Slow a toll measures. We could practice that do it. No time to react to. Classical symphony is nice because of the orchestras doesn't really need the beats at that point. So you can. In that sense you know democrative. Be More artistic than can't be free are they. 'cause they won't vault puck acts. They don't they don't need us and you have them go through and do the singing with you as well I used to have all everybody's singing Melissa and then we have a four period of time. The studio conductors will sit down at the two pianos in play for each other in some are good pianists. So then it will progress nicely. Some bad pianist conductor suffers saas. Real full years our our college now has piano collaborative majors so we have real pianist sitting at the piano playing clause. Sometimes I think conductor would depends. It would be your crutches you depend on the sound rather than I think I tell them. Also if you can sing it you know the peace if you can sing it you kind of fake it somewhat. You know you can get by because someone is making it for you but you can sing it in June in rhythm that means you really understand how the execute it and you know how the demonstrate it to your musician if necessary all the other times I think we fake somewhat responsible for making this out. Yeah Countermeasures Right. Sometimes we don't know really well you just be generally people feel. They didn't pretty good in bed. Sometimes I take them apart without piano and we go through piece by places that needs to be done without other people making noise for you now. I find myself studying. You know we. We always listen is so convenient now a new PC came this into recording. And you can grasp the idea quickly but I find myself doing the best conducting the deepest. I mean Study Inc. The Best of studying in a deep understanding studying is to be away from the source of sound. Is You an youth you look into you? Think about it. Imagine it and figuring out all the details then you go back and listen to you. Know what's what's in there. Yeah I find. I find myself using recordings early to get to get the general idea so I know how it sounds how it goes and then moving away and I think that's very congress back-and-forth back-and-forth yeah. Now listen is great and you can listen to a lot and you can steal from people that you like. And you don't like you know what to do when I have to do. And you can hear a different interpretation different details of the same measure now just the other day I picked right now. I'm working on the young person's guide so I picked a couple in Thanks Justice and exercise I got three recordings For Very different conductors very different groups. And I just really focused on the first two measures to here like laying. Every you know has the balance. What's what's coming out and I noticed I noticed a lot of things that I didn't realize I wasn't even hearing in one of the recordings this one's This one's got a lot more snare than that one this one. I can't hear the winds at all those first couple of words you know. That's a big benefit of being able to I will find I was trying to fine-tune my hearing really focused on that out definitely interesting. I have listened to quiet a few when I was with this video. Nervous looking a lot of things. I listen to allow recordings by mannered. Slatkin and I've always he mandate is. I guess quite often I would note. They withdraw my engaged to the voices in Lakeview line. Stuff is at Whoa. So cool is usually like top in a bottle is so clear but inside some people throw it out and makes it so interesting now. Stuff yeah. Sometimes it's hard to bring those voices out of the violas or the second that don't WanNa bring it out. Yeah Yeah I haven't listened to. Many of many of their slatkin was still in Saint. Louis at that time wasn't a for at the first part of their front part later on elect he make a loud recordings within loose Mutton nuts. It's like a champion. He might go to Thomas and a few like champion American contemporary composers. They just kid doing it. Which is Wonderful Schwartz? Jeremy Schwartz Jonathan. Making a lot of some of that some of your favorite conductors. Now a lot of them just recently passed Like Kleiber I like Mizzou. I like to some degree Z. Saw His ger- German repertoire is wonderful. I always enjoyed Zimmerman. I liked Marin also also turns out a lot of things now Tilson Thomas like some people are very. Some conductors are very clear in Clean and clear but not so passionate sometimes a little bit distant emotionally in summer so emotional but is not so clear to kinds of connectors and hard to find all two things together. It's not define Kleiber little girl downsides. It's fast better straight very good. Yeah Yeah who. Are you all were? You are listening to mostly I really like Zimmerman's Zimmerman's Beethoven Cycle. That was one that we studied a lot when I was in my master's because he is a lot of weird things in there any brings out that he changes things. He has the horns stop within the fifth symphony. In the first movement in the recap when they oba does the little He adds a couple of notes. He like he had some improvisation any rewrites little. Danza so he does. It is weird stuff like that so I think that's where we're looking at it but I mean Abbado is his always always been my favorite. I remember I was still pretty new to conducting when he when he passed away a couple of years ago and I. I found a in his last interview for gramophone magazine. One of the magazines and it was it was it was bittersweet because it was a nice interview but I got so little time When when he was still without now passionate passionate emotion is important in our in our work. I find also I encourage my students a lot. He stays for conducting making music well through conducting. Not only we need to be good musicians in. We need all the basics that woman and Irian is in the recent night keep asking people to take body movement. Classes began with a Taichi Yoga. Modern Dance Whatever form body movement classes I think is so important to what we do so we are comfortable were coordinated all energy spirit flows through our movements with freedom. Zone out of its Right now I'm seeing Beginning to connect with a lot of its tension in body and Lack of coordination speak challenge for a lot of people. Yeah when we when when when you and I were working together in our in our sessions I remember very much you you were trying to get me to be heavy but without the tension night and I couldn't figure it out couldn't I couldn't quite get it like without like you know tensing my arms back to make it seem heavy and I'm I'm still always working on that. I think I have a better sense. What what what. West would have us do in the masters. We had one of our conducting classes where we would go to the pool on the squad and we would conduct Brahms in the water water which was very which was very nice. 'cause instance but yeah. I think the without mention is is very important. You've mentioned you mentioned coordination how you know and you said earlier. Having them conduct one handed the time. Is there any other way that you that you try to help? Build that's That's all we can do in our our studio time. You know working on your arm take apart. Put it together but I think coordination should be done because our time is so demented learning the coordination of your body expressing with gestures you should take the body movin clauses which is doing whatever dents. Yoga's good ORTEIG GECAS. It makeshift moves so smooth and so slowly yet your body has to be somewhat relaxed as you cannot be kids. Dune in our exercise break so a lot of just knowing your body knowing how to use it another thing I tell my conductors knowledge like a lot of times. You are giving a very strong beat for for the piano to noodle whatever but after the exit basically give very strong exist then you have to realize you cannot whole hundred percent that continue relief for Than some but used to holding it with the intention of which is lesser degree of energy but still maintain that kind of feeding those density which it is active. It's not real. Hey you're acting guilty so I tell them to give it a maintain the you're not forcing your muscles you too so much anymore..
"apo" Discussed on Podium Time
"I'm I'm taking notes. I'm not on my phone. Yeah one of the things that are celts. Always taught was is that you just. Your gesture needs to equal sound Your style conducting was one of the examples. He would always bring up. The I might recall you. Conduct was a video he showed youtube of Your conducting Beethoven's choral on overture and I was just blown away by how much you were able to show. Was You know just your hands than the even with the video? No sound playing from the video. You knew exactly what was happening. Just because you're gesture was equaling the sound. So basically up to show the energy or the spirit. Sometimes you know what? We have them on panels with the videotape from young conductors. Sometimes some teachers or some Eve delegating committee members would turn to sound off Rather than listening to it watching and listening so that's also something. It's very helpful to Z. Fewer showing what you intend to show without sound imagination already damaged. Yeah Yeah I worked with with Donald Schleicher twice this Aaron and one of the of the things you talked about was how to practice conducting and he said take your videos and turn the sound off. Just look at the right hand. Just look at the left hand. I really really Gig into that. Because yeah it's it's Ensemble can be playing great but they may not be right. You may not be at just themselves. Sometimes I make my students practice when especially beginners. That has not mastery of coordination. I will have them practice Ryan along and they left him alone Together like when we take him beyond this child not gonNA manage so we would Analyze exactly. What's happening in Wendy? Do what the technically that can be. It's spots that can be oaken. Heist coronation is so big Coordination is often the big Challenge a what is coming through. Because you're doing too much. You know movie loaded time too much more naked. Yeah that's something I've I've been trying to clean up in my own as I stopped taking conducting lessons since I graduated. I noticed that I got a lot. More messy than by my old habits came back so I've been getting the videos there and just really really seeing what's necessary in what's was it's hard because it feels good to show a lot but it's too much of a bother. Yeah those were exciting Lou passionate about it but the body sometimes kissing the way you so with with the corey line video the week before you came to bar that that last year we were Lukin I were showing everybody because I know who's. Who's WHO's opposite. Who's WHO's coming next week and so we pull like. Oh this is. Who's coming next week? Pull and then I just remember us all starting in the kitchen up there watching your video or so excited to do surveillance too and Mahler five with her next week. So we'll we'll share that video. I know I know it's A. It's an older video switzer orchestra to seniors the oldest. I think the undergraduate undergraduate so they'll be a nineteen to twenty one year olds often led union senior agent. So you were at Bard has probably already I WANNA say like you're not sure early because that's when I returned to Taipei I was just remembering when you said that. Two Thousand Nine Beta two thousand nine. I was back Springfield for its seventy fifth anniversary. Would you were you guys? Were there right two thousand eighteen years ago. You were young. Do you want to know what year were you then? Ten years ago in two thousand nine I was sixteen sixteen tenth grade be somewhere in high school tenth. Good issue. Let's not sounds. Maybe this is awesome. I don't remember that was back in jail. It was great. It was conducted with the then current music director myself and my predecessor in progress. Oh that's a lot of Beethoven's fifth ultimately shared ruinous short. Yeah let a Beethoven five coming. This year I've got them right. Restaurant wind up. What other things do you have your your students do so maybe couple of maybe a couple at the beginning and then some things have the more advanced students do. I sometimes give them say classical symphony to begin overture as earlier being nurse and then the meeting to me did later on I basically. I'm pretty flexible. What what. They want to do what they like to do. Often they will put together groups and programs in logistics. Go with that so in beginning. I probably will often choose a Mozart symphony or Haydn symphony or Beethoven one to four to begin with as beginner pieces. All overture over. So you have some contrast of a slow introduction to are. They grow things that you can control your body Do the movements and have time to read react to with I get. Sometimes it's too fast. You think something not too complicated. Also in the beginning and Gradually grabs if he wanted to mix neater things tend to start with the soldiers tail movement or to mix neater stops in some of my second year students when they get become more competent in ambitious. They will bring outright of spring. We would get whatever you know. Sometimes often they will put together once or twice a full orchestra concert in whatever they put on. We Work Lebron's Benin Toil in this. But what I was. That was my experience as well. When I study a heart I would put together. I'm gift to three concerts. A year could give the Jimbo. Cousteau forty five or so in just continually going through repertoire. Intake listens to my teacher but then run the orchestra rehearsals myself. You will come as you need comments basically as do your own thing basically. Yeah I like the idea of starting with starting with classical piece Getting that contrast 'em and really are you. Are you focusing a lot more on on physical technique and that control that you mentioned or are you getting in into phrasing right away? Both I've I would ask them to do the former analysis frazo analysis which I find. It's important some of them. Come not having the concept of analyzing something before you stop and when you stop in asking a which phrase. How long does it go from where to where they cannot answer but if you had gone through that they knew hollows of races going in? Word Arch structure is the conducting exact math in connecting becomes more logical way more natural. So I have them to do that. Analysis first and then I fly Father Men Desert Registration. You know rather than beating all the time to send a poignant or another somebody just came in gave conducting masterclass to ended the teaching a school in Europe or in Europe. I think they would always make the come to the center of your body. No matter where you are it would always come back to the center. You know so you. Don't move your A player but basically fiber is moving it wherever it needs to be with you into biking far away. You don't put it in front of your torso because they can see it excite that so I I let them go wherever It's necessary and basically to show where you're lying is going in where your emotions conducting becomes like a painting in. The space. Sculptures Gulp is like sculpture. And I often tell Lee St Louis Three dimension. One is in front of August Body. One is what? I said exists comes right. Maybe a death straight-sets in the other one is going Degree like forty five degrees but he can go flat flat in your waist area. Going out fly like this off. Flack biking.
"apo" Discussed on Podium Time
"Either. Everyone Jeremy De Cuevas here. Welcome you to another episode of podium time and today we are talking with Otto Su who has been a part of my in Luke's life for quite a number of years. She was the director of our city's symphony before we were interested in classical music. So unfortunately we kind of missed her for a couple of years And then just about a week before we started working with her at Bard we made concrete plans to start podium time so she was like the first conductor that we worked with after. We absolutely decided we're going to start a podcast and So we've been wanting are on since then and we. We finally got her on. And I think you're going to really enjoy What we talked about today a lot of body movement stuff lot of expression because we're only on the podium for for one percent of our of our actual time. She gotTa Make It count especially for the students so today. We're talking about how to really make the most of that time by honing in on your body and your face and your expression so please enjoy this talk with Osu so and you're making your own little stepping stones right. I got a very nice compliment today. There's a Here's a community group that I work with a lot and I ran into one of the one of the players today and she was telling me about how much how much they really like me there and how much they love working with me. Well thanks so much. That is yeah. That's the that's the enjoy what you do and be able to live on it feature south right on the table. Important very much to that point yet. Yeah it would pile. Gradually we will be able to do what we love rather than sitting at a desk doing what you not really care about now So now Jeremy and I met you at the bar conducting workshop in. Was it two thousand seventeen. Germany genie graduation summer regulation. Some you know so. So what was your connection to Mitra Farman and I one student. I went to Lebron as I was about your age actually already in Saint Cloud state receive Minnesota but threw out a years. I taught there for five years in the summers winter. Bake breaks. I would attend all kinds of workshops just to improve myself so one summer. I went to Aspen than the next two summers. I went to conduct in South Carolina. And I don't I did not know who he was. I just wanted to go study with somebody that has an orchestra and going through the repertoire. So an even before that when I would heart. I've met my teacher Charles broke and he was the teacher. Appeal to school in Maine. You know about at school rests do going on that. When there for two summers in would teaching I took a couple of summers. Break One up once I start teaching. I've got twelve anyway. I went to Aspen then. I went to South Carolina. A three very intense summers the South Carolina's were first half Opperman. That win consecutively. Two Summers met a lot of people with a lot of repetoire in out became familiar with his technique. Which is quite specific. None of the other teachers tall like you did so my first summer. I I enjoy the second summer. I was just happened so I was preparing about to prepare my audition for Oregon symphony comes. After the summer. I had my pieces prepared. Nice flown to New York took a long weekend. Maybe more than when we one weekend remember. I went to Germantown his his his house. You know by Bart and he gained the Marathon Marissa. Listen I was seen through my scores. Mold was conducted of humanity which is no chuck me up. It could be back together. Eight hours ten hours listens in. I went back to then. I went back through Minnesota and within two three weeks I went to audition for Oregon's Jock leap prepare me. The last stretch push me through the night Did Not really stay in touch with. But he's been brought the Program the conductor institutue heart in Connecticut. So once I think once or twice. I went through just visiting summertime. I drove in stock instead. Hello to him so I did not really have contact with him. from after my Summer with him until I won't just on and off. I guess you know at call him all. Maybe we write a note but not not close contact the one summer late nineteen ninety nine Called me and said opera. Would you come and teach with me for me? And then he just moved to Bart moved to by nineteen ninety nine. Maybe but I joined the faculty in Two thousand all the way until two thousand sixteen. Wow I met you every summer I with because we work well together. We were with the bad cop. Good cop so we complement each other while. Yeah because sometimes he had seen a lot of guest conductors. 'cause we always teach they were at least a handful of conductors came through the program worked with team or as a student. I observed unless he would butthead with these skits conductors that he brought it. They would just have an argument in public. In this noble a podium time left it was just shooting each other out very temperamental. Very opinion tastes smells and he kept asking you back tonight. It's nicer when teachers work together. Right so what sort of things? Where you're working on with him before your organ auditioned. Could you describe that saw all complete at they were like at least the five? Six pieces Malla Patricia But Tchaikovsky may be four five to be a huge huge repertoire. Five major huge work so I think I took a shoreline with him in a lot last final And we would. He be have a chair rice sitting. I stained her shift sitting in front and Niwas lower music stand. I was seeing entirety. My skull from the first new to the very last note in to impeach in transition in dynamic in phrasing in everything and I will conduct for him and he was stopped me and say this queer. You'll phrases not clear. Perhaps you should not take a breath year. That do this that and I will conduct a complete from the top to be too personal last night. He would just continue work on me. Onto everything is natural in natural slow but basically I had the music already preparing just an polished knee in the technical more are. You've gotTa know everything hundred percent right. And he gives you a Little Bit Musical Direction or coaching. But basically he leaves you unless you do something really outrageous musical petition thoughts as to imprisoned his integration. On you but he was. See what you're doing if your hand is showing the moving showing music you were Singing Ryan. Your head would look like the music. Your body will look like music. That's very much what he's doing. Commission Commission Contour not registration. And all that. I think he might have went overboard. You have his book. Yes the boxes a hot where you put your hand. I don't follow it but I still kind of more naturally but that's a good idea. Thank you so you're not beating at the same time. Same place all the time. Yeah coming out of borey down and so how do you? How do you teach now? I do a little bit of what he taught me. And I use my tech spoke. I have an undergraduate class. I use the modern conductor. Elizabeth Green spoke and mark gifts in is editing it. I think it's a the the front part of the French chapters. Gives you a very clear basic approach of how to you know for somebody? That's and just beginning to conduct if you somewhere to start by you step work in combination of Farman and Luba combination of Charles Brooke Book Did Not. Teach me much technique All set to office a NEO Ottoman Even Dave Zimmer is contemporary but a lot of conductors poll wove were Mike Contemporaries. The we watch each other Being coached all Charles Berkeley said it's one is down about one is down and then he just was just cut you apart when you on the video yet gary very very hard very hard conductor similar to complement. 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Director Kitty Green On Her New Film, 'The Assistant'
"Yes definitely a lot of people went to. Hi in order to voice their concerns and realized that the HR is really see that affect the company and not the employees so a quickly kind of spit out the other end not taken seriously and and it's it's an example of gas sliding as well. He really makes her doubt herself. I self and her intentions and what she's seen but yeah we were looking for all these kind of concrete examples of this system that is structured against women. So tell me about why you decided sided to do this. What was this sort of trigger point that you feel what I could make a feature film because most of your work has been very feminist orientated but but in the documentary entry of field so far most of the work this well known why did you decide? And how did you side to make this leap into feature on on this issue. I feel like there's a lot there's been a lot of coverage in the media. There's been a lot of facts written up and there's a lot of a lot of stuff out there about assistance in what they're Judy's work love for these men but what I was interested in was getting an audience to emotionally identify with this character put really squarely putting them in her shoes. 'cause I think often the the the wedding neighbors gets thrown around this idea that oh she's she's such a horrible person and I wanted to kind of correct that and explain the kind of complexity of the situation. She's in she has no power and and she's stuck within kind of machinery so that became really important. That emotional identification describe a little bit of your own situation like you're on a film. Set your director urine charge. How do people treat you whether they're actors or or or whoever it might be who comes in doesn't quite know who's who and yeah I mean I've been on the film festival second for ten years? He is and I don't i. I guess people have never assume I'm the director why people always walk in and hand me the coach and assume I'm the assistant so I was getting very frustrated with that I was also. I'm getting like a lot of questions. Whenever I I went to Sundance a few years ago and immediately people ask me? Who gives me my ideas is it James Scott and then my two male produces and I thought you'd Never Never Oscar mail direct to that so I was there? It's really frustrating. And I think in order to change the system we conscious get rid of a few kind of bad apples we need to really kinda stupid APO- and try and get more women into the film industry and that hopefully will change things for the better. What is this film set? Is it set in the madman era. Is it set in the post. Harvey Weinstein Era Post Me To. What is the setting for your film your fictional film? It's pre- this all of the the rise rise of the METOO movement. I'd say it's before people really had an avenue or pathway or space chat about misconduct. I think things have changed a little. But there's still a lot of a lot of the behavior in the film you can still see exists today so. I think it's important to still have these compensations. How have you reacted to the reaction? What would you say has been the overwhelming reaction? Has Anything. Surprised you I mean I had a one woman in Salt Lake City. Who worked for a company and she said that she thought that character was her and really identified with it which is kind of amazing idea that it isn't just about the film industry but it's transferable to any workplace and anyone who's ever worked in an office or workplace with that didn't take them seriously Isley so that's been a really wonderful experience? I just be clear you did work in such workplace in terms of being an assistant. But you didn't necessarily have such negative experience. That's right yeah. I was at the ABC Straight in broadcasting company. And I was in the editor assistant so I press record on all the machines and I'm but I I I. It was a very safe and positive environment but I did you still there is a lot of. It's very scary to be the youngest person in the office. I guess it's very you do feel powerless in and yes I understand the character completely. Well Good luck to you as I say it's had a lot of good reviews. Everybody's talking about it very timely movie. Katie Green thank you very much
Visiting the Atlantis Dive Resort in Dumaguete
"Today your next dive. I'm GONNA take you to the Atlanta's dive resort in Douma Getty first of all. You'll fly into Manila from the US and it's a long flight for for example direct from JFK. You can fly to Manila overnight and there are a lot of options from various points in the US in the West Coast. Once you get get to Manila. You'll be transferred by the Atlanta's organization to a flight to do Magadan on an airline called Seibu Pacific as I mentioned. It's just the short one hour flight in the morning. Once you get to do a getty the attendance will pick up your bags from the baggage claim and load them on a van. Where you'll it'll take about a thirty to forty minutes Ride to the resort which is down which is just outside the Duma getty city. You'll get to the resort. It's a little short Dirt road down to the resort. Not Very Long. But it's interesting flows through to the resort. And once you get there you walk completely. Threw the resort to the front desk area. Where you'll check in immediately when we got to the place it made us feel at home? We got there at a later in the day. We were there at dinner and we all sat down to dinner and while we were waiting for dinner. They gave us a quick neck massage. While we were getting manning served so pretty interesting the rooms. We were very very impressed with the room. They're really nice. They can have either a king size bed. Ed or double beds Our Room had a nice couch in it. It was a desk spacious so we could lay out all of our stuff. Also Our Room had double sinks in the bathroom very very nice room. The rooms also had a deck associated winning which are sheltered and they had a ceiling fan on top of the deck. A nice place to dry your bathing suits out or some gear. Plus there was a lounge chair out on the on the deck area. Now I did notice that some of the decks also had hammocks on them. Let's talk about the food to Tokyo. Restaurant is outstanding. You will get three meals a day their breakfast which is all car. You can get a Omelettes waffles. French toast If you're going there eggs benedict are pretty good The one that I really liked where the chocolate banana French toast luncheon dinner. There's a menu board and you can get a super salad. There's up to four entrees on their things like chicken beef fish noodle stir FRY PASTA ASTA and then two desserts this talk about diving. Wow it was outstanding you take aac either. A small motor launch or sometimes there's a larger Bach abode. Noser like with the outriggers on it few on the bottom boat. They're very spacious. Die Sites sites are very close. One to ten minutes away and you can get either muck diving or muck and ref- or just just just reef and we were very very amazed at the colors the fish life the biodiversity. It really seems like it's on steroids. Loyd's compared to the Caribbean. There was not a lot of depth there we usually stayed in the sixty foot range and every dive was sixty minutes. It's or more visibility. Came in at about eighty feet. Also we did a trip to Otto island which is about a forty forty five to fifty minute boat ride where we did three dives. The coral on Apo island was fabulous. I think they say there's over six hundred species of quarrel in six hundred and fifty species of marine life on UPO island. Another thing that we did was your trip over to Seibu. Two Oz. Lob Job where we snorkeled with will sharks now the dive locker is pretty spacious. You get a little cubby for your certain in gear. There are showers into dive locker. Rinse tanks and an area for nighthawks analysis and recording. Debriefing area is Outside and you go through a brief between each dive at what you do you come back between dives to shore change out your tanks get briefed and go forward Lord. There's a Cameroon a classroom. And there's an on site SPA and pool if you don't WanNa take die a take a day off a diving you can do other tours. There's a city tour where you can go out and do some shopping you can get up to five dives a day. Atlantis dive resort. We were so impressed that we are planning to go back in two thousand twenty one with the shop trip
Netflix's Reed Hastings says what he really thinks
"I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Bellany of the Hollywood reporter and Matt You know I. I have talked in the past on the breakdown. I think in on the business about watching Netflix the original streaming service move glacial early towards towards grasping the Hollywood way of doing things you know. They come in the disrupters their digital disruptors where they're not going to do we're going to do things a new way A. and then they figure out maybe there's a reason for certain Hollywood rules but this and Netflix was doing if bought a theater because it knows artists want movies and theaters. I mean it. It tries a limited theatrical. Run for the movies that it wants awards for little by little they've been they've done things to accommodate talent however reed hastings the CEO. Oh of Netflix. He gave a talk this week at the New York Times deal book conference and I feel like he just went through one thing after another which basically was what we're digital digital disruptors and we don't care you know whatever the Progressive Hollywood community wants we don't care in. The first headline grabber was he was talking about the the fact that Netflix had polled. Hold an episode of Care of Hassan nauseous Patriot Act in Saudi Arabia because it was critical of The crown prince who may actually have caused a journalist Washington Washington Post journalist to be murdered. They pulled that episode that was critical of the Saudi prince. And I'm quoting Reed Hastings of Netflix. He said we're not in the truth to power or business we're in the entertainment business. Now that is a statement of fact but that's not the kind of thing that we know especially with south park standing up to China it. It just doesn't go over well. No and if I'm Ted Sarande does or Cindy Holland or Scots Dubar. Any of these Hollywood focused executives for Netflix. Who are desperately aspirin? Trying to court the creative community twenty four hours a day and I see reed hastings kinds of comments. I cringe because that's not the message. They are putting forth to the creative community. They are saying we embrace you. We embrace freedom. We give you the tools you need to say what you WANNA say. And when Reed Hastings is making these comments it's like that and also defending this plan that they have to possibly speed up or offer a sped up speed for people to watch content on netflix which creators there's will hate because it alters. What their work is that kind of thing is perhaps better from a technological and digital and audience perspective? You've but not something that the creative team at Netflix wants to sell to their. Yeah he turned around two seconds later and said we do care about creators and creative a creative intentions but we also care about consumers undercutting the first part of the statement saying that any noted VCR's could speed things up but for but this is already Outraged filmmaker like jet APO. Who have been you know just indignantly talking about just how this is an affront to them as as filmmakers yes and certainly he's not the only one and then he read these things was not done yet he He talked about the fact that you know people feel. That theaters are risk because of the netflix model which is not allowing that normal theatrical window for movies and he said if if theaters WanNa carry net flicks films once they are net flicks because people want the group experience. That's great which is obviously ridiculous because people are not going to necessarily I mean maybe a few but generally speaking taking. That's not how it works in the movie business. No and it's also countered to the Netflix narrative that they are putting out there right now. which is that for a certain type of film namely awards films? They are going to do an exclusive run in theaters. Like they're doing right now for Martin. Scorsese's the Irishman and Noah Baumbach marriage story in a couple of others. And then you've got things saying well. We don't actually care about that. We I'm paraphrasing. We you know we want our. We want our movies to be on Netflix theaters. WanNa WanNa play them great yeah eventual went after we're done and after you could see it for you know your Netflix subscription. You can go ahead and pay it in the theater so that was three comments. That I'm sure did not sit well Maybe somebody needs to get the memo to read Hastings. Thank you matt thank you.
NFL Quarterback debuts
"Three quarterbacks Mason Rudolph Daniel Jones Luke Falk will be making their first career or starts on Sunday so let's start with the three quarterbacks making their first. NFL starts we're going to run through them and you guys can deliver the best recipe success and also what the biggest challenges Damian. Let's start with Daniel Jones giant six overall pick replacing Eli manning and there in Tampa. What's the the recipe for success thing for him. Is taking care of the football we saw in the pre season. One big bubbles was fumbles. You know the the number one job blue quarterback as to what we'll take the football we all know what he can do as far as moving into pocket outside the pocket pushing the ball downfield but if you're not taking the football team much chance of success so I think that's where it starts with Daniel Jones and biggest challenge. The box will face off the face against the bucks. I'm sorry Sir all right. Mason Rudolph Third Round Pick for the steelers last year replacing Big Ben and out to this team that San Francisco Rob. What do you think he a recipe for success the recipes to protect the quarterback. They have a great offensive line if you can give him some more time to look at his options. That's going to give him more success. So you know other teams. They might have an issue in the front and the the quarterbacks getting hit really quickly. You can't go through progression. I think the steelers others have good front and have a great running back so that'll help them takes them a load off of him. Apo Luke Falk the jets third starting quarterback in three weeks facing the Patriots Defense has been sensational and their inbox the recipe for success. Your Suzy's have been a prayer on Sunday morning prior to the game more seriously what I do think you'll see from Luke. Falk is what we saw on Monday night when he took over for Simeone in relief duty a lot of passing yardage that was accumulated after the catch not a ton of vertical presents. It's down the field. Obviously Levy on belly ten catches last week time. Montgomery also got involved won't be easy against the Patriots defense that has allowed the same number of touchdowns. This season is US combined Zip Zero Nada. They have been awesome so far for the Patriots on Defense Yeah and just to make it tougher. Is that all those teams are Owen to when they're all on the
Campaign manager promises Trump 'dynasty' will propel party forward at Republican convention
"President trump's campaign manager says that the president and his family will become a dynasty that will last for decades Brad par skill made that prediction the delegates who gathered at the California Republican Party convention and this weekend according to par skill the party is being transformed into a new party that will continue to carry on conservative values postulated declined to elaborate on this prediction or whether the president children could become candidates for public
Kamala Harris wants to ban plastic straws but says paper straws too 'flimsy'
"Harris talking about banning straws last night at the climate change nightmare well. He's taking the laws are a big thing right now yeah. Do you ban strauss. I think we should look. I'm going to be honest. It's really drink out of paper. Straw <hes> when you had like if you don't go down immediately it starts to bend and then you know the little thing cats yes so it's kind of stupid that one liberal on innovation we saw innovation process you oh you got the process backward though banning what we have that works and go into something that doesn't want you wait till we have something to work. Make me president and i will wow policy is i have not thought through at all not at all and and we're all using research done by nine year old kid that no one in his challenged nine year old kid makes a couple of calls decides his five hundred million draws a day that are going into the dump okay. Hey that's just asinine. There's no there's no way that's the case five hundred million a day no and so everybody jumped on that bandwagon and even so much as look into it. Nobody even asked the question where did that. Where did that figure come from doesn't matter to him. They liked it so they ran with it
Ruth Bader Ginsburg reflects on being 'notorious' in first appearance since cancer treatment
"Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was presented with an honorary degree but the state university of New York and buffalo Monday evening it was her first public appearance since she completed a three week course of radiation treatment for pancreatic cancer it was her fourth battle with cancer her doctors say she does not require further treatment for now this is Ruth Bader Ginsburg accepting the award it must be on high
"apo" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"X. they're not going to be deploying those missiles for a number of years senior administration officials tell us but the fear now is that this triggers an arms race the U. S. it says it is Russia's fault Russia is denying that they are not complying with the treaty not complying with any treaty is North Korea launching missiles into the sea again the third test of short range ballistic weapons in eight days this reaction from secretary of state Mike Pompeii we stand ready to continue our diplomatic conversation with the north Koreans I I regret that that looks like I'm not gonna have an opportunity to do that while I'm here in Bangkok but what we're we're ready to go China this morning threatening retaliation of president trump goes through his plans to impose new ten percent terrace this fall on Chinese goods coming into the United States Mr trump meanwhile making some very big promises last night at a campaign rally in Cincinnati the things we're doing in our country today there's never been anything like it we will be attending the aids epidemic shortly in America during childhood cancer very short Porter Rico won't have a permanent governor later today as Steve cast and bomb reports at five PM governor row CEOs resignation will take effect but the person he nominated to succeed him won't be able to take the job yet the legislature is going to hold hearings summer CIOS choice before holding a vote in the meantime the islands justice secretary said she'll fill the position in the intermission he has to a few days ago she said she didn't want the job R. Kelly facing back to back court appearances in New York today on sex abuse charges.
Apple Communication App Works Without a Cellular Network
"New messaging app doesn't even need wifi or even cell service to send receive messages. Now you might be wondering to yourself, what new newfangled technology could possibly exist to explain this. It's not new. I've known about it for quite a while now in addition to showing off the world's first phone with a camera under the screen at 'em. WC twenty nineteen in Shanghai APO unveiled a unexpected smartphone feature, especially for a smartphone maker from China. It's called mesh talk and as a name, hints. It lets you connect to other phones around you there's no need for wifi bluetooth, or cell service to get the job done networks, over distances of up to three kilometers, or one point eight six miles. Now, this nifty, new technology could help you communicate with others in all sorts of instances, where regular service is available now for those wondering mesh talk isn't a new concept as chat apps exists that delivered the same type of Chad experience. There are even devices that. You talk and text on any smartphone without WI fi, or cell connection. However, Apple's app will be built right into its Android devices, which means you'll have access to mesh communication. Right. Out of the box in includes text voice messages, and regular phone calls at times. We encounter extreme situations where there is no network coverage at all, for example, when you just drive at an airport in a foreign country or when you take an off road trip or tend to concert football, match or exhibition apple said in a press release via venture beat this tech offers a solution to such scenarios in which other network. Connections are unavailable or frankly bogged down. So finally, we have an answer. Now, now, you guys, I think after hearing that statement you could probably understand a little bit more, why this kind of seems cool. Mesh talk could be useful during natural disasters or to connect people living in remote places. Sure. But you might also want to use this particular type of tech when while say impressive regime turns off access to the internet during episodes of public. Unrest, or where government tries to forcefully shut down in corrupted app. That's used by demonstrators. So jazz unfortunately, what happened in Hong Kong. That's why surprising to see why a Chinese smartphone maker unveil this particular type of chat apple might not be in the best interest of the Chinese government. That said it's unclear how secure mesh talk app is compared to end to end encrypted services that require internet access, or how well it protects the user's privacy, but remains to be seen, but outside of that, pretty pretty impressive.
Jarrell 'Big Baby' Miller fails additional drug tests after losing out on Anthony Joshua title fight
"Yards. Big baby Miller. Flunk the preflight drug tests a couple of days ago. Well that kills the fight. But he has the option he asked he can ask the commission to test a step a second sample. Okay. So the first sample had something called GW one five one six I came it. This is the EP. Oh, okay. They test the second sample that sample comes out clean, you go to commission and say it was something wrong with the first one. Okay. Usually the second one is just as bad as the first only in. This guy's case. He doesn't have APO in the second test. He's human growth hormone because they did blood work for the second test. So he's he flunked two tests not one test with with two samples they split. Now. You've got to two different drugs in the system and earlier in the day. He said, we I I know knowingly would put anything in my body. I don't happen to have been tested never funk before said. Oh, yes. You do. Oh, you've forgotten back in two thousand fourteen when you were kickboxer you got suspended for nine months by the California commission. He had some drug in his system has seventeen letters. I can't even pronounce it starts with meth, but it's not infamy. And it was something else. Then he went and put posted a video that I'm I I messed up. This is this is the ultimate in messing up. Four point eight million dollars the fight Joshua. Money coming in your your pay per view from Sky TV in England. And because you signed with the fight Joshua. They they're giving you two more fights in the contract one point five million dollars each. So you basically have flush ten million dollars down the toilet with the most he's ever made in the fight as five hundred thousand and who knows how long the commission will suspend them. And he says I'll be back, and you think anybody's going to put him on a major card, right? When he comes back. When this dude keeps flunking drug tests. I never heard of such a thing. If you got knocked out by Joshua, and you get knocked out in the next two times, you still walking away ten million dollars. I mean, generational wealth change a
Why Phil Mickelson told country singer Jake Owen to 'go f*** yourself'
"That Mikkelsen story? You were telling us during the break that was so great because Stu gods. Loved rolling through that Mikkelsen story because this is exactly how you would imagine that Phil Mickelson would find himself. I I don't know. If this story is true. I don't know if it's been. Confirmed anywhere. It's got to be true, right? Yeah. No, it's true Nicholson has confirmed Jayco and was performing Jordan speeds wedding. Phil Mickelson was invited to the wedding Jayco. A country music star was railing against Phil Mickelson saying, hey, you only thirty dollars for that event. You in tiger did which was some of the worst golf I've ever seen in my entire life and the pay per view wasn't working. Mickelson was was getting offended speed and some getting offended. Yeah. They were having some laughs though, like speed and Rickie Fowler guys like that. So Mickelson pull that one hundred dollars and upon handing it to Jake and said I won ninety thousand of these yesterday. Go yourself. Now, I went all the story Mickelson confirmed that that is lefty. Yeah. I mean that is left the at his best,
Puerto Rico governor on Trump: 'If the bully gets close, I'll punch the bully in the mouth'
"Fifty Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rozelle in Washington DC yesterday took aim at President Trump accusing the White House of bullying if if the bully gets close. Punched in the mouth. Well, rose AO has repeatedly accused the Trump administration of slow relief efforts after hurricane Maria. The governor insists on meeting with the president the White House staff has not scheduled a meeting. A spokesman saying that the Trump administration is committed to the complete recovery of Puerto
The 5 best pieces from Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez's sunglasses line
"Moraga is feeling the love about the engagement of Jennifer Lopez Alex Rodriguez. I mean, a rod shared a congratulatory handwritten note Thursday on Twitter that he received from the former president and his wife Michelle Obama wrote after twenty six years together, we can say that whatever challenges life may bring sharing them with someone you love makes it all better. Rodriguez tweeted, the notes saying it means the world to us. It'll be Lopez his fourth marriage and Rodriguez his second marriage. This one's going to this one. This one's gonna
Will Ferrell's Ron Burgundy Calls Real NHL Game And It's Puckin' Funny
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R. Kelly back in court: Judge considers singer's request to travel to Dubai for work
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Roseanne Barr can't forgive Sara Gilbert: 'She destroyed the show and my life with that tweet'
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See Mama June's snarling mug shot from crack cocaine arrest
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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson gets backlash after he celebrates having an army tank named after him
"Days. Hey, Dwayne the rock Johnson gets a backlash after he celebrates having an army tank named after him. This is an interesting story this morning, Dwayne the rock Johnson popularity has landed him a new recognition that he's pretty pumped about money is fans. Yahu news says though aren't so thrilled about it over the weekend. The actor shared the news for the tank in the First Armored Division at Fort Bliss. As been named after him. According to the local El Paso times, a name was selected by soldiers for the Blackhawks squadron last year named another tank just name that particular tank dropped as a baby whatever that means. But news of the new tanks and Monica got back to Johnson who shared his salute of respect and gratitude over the honor says the proud and his quotes grateful to the bone star had nothing to be good good things to say about the tank, which he called heavy duty and sexy and built to take care of business. His fans is the article goes on that. Well, plenty of his followers were equally impressed. Some didn't think it was such an honor worth celebrating. But this is what this is what Dwayne wrote as appreciation. I'm sending a salute every specked and gratitude to the Blackhawk squadron First Armored Division for the honor of naming their tank the most. Chance in the world to Wayne the rock Johnson. He says it's heavy duty and sexy and built to
"apo" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"I wouldn't be able to get if if if I had the APO e gene, which is a marker not up, by the way. And this is the other problem with his people often say, well, you gotta APO either you're going to get Alzheimer's. No, no. But that is there is a relationship statistical relationship between that marker, and Alzheimer's if an insurer then said well for what I don't care. I'm not going to give you insure long term care insurance. Exactly. That would be bad. No galilee. And I mean, this is where this all start. So I mean to me, it's it's hugely probably other hand the insurance companies say yes, but by doing so we're reducing the cost of insurance for all of you are places same thing that the insurance company like you're live just saying that because they want the information to an insurance companies are not there to help you out. I'm sorry. They're there to make profit. And so the more people they can say, no to the nice people get fired from insurance companies, and the more people that they can say no to they actually have a quota to that. Then that's how they get up in the company. So okay on using it on your watch. They're like, you know, what if you're healthy and doing all of these things you'll have less chance of needing to use the insurance company, which is true that you end up finding out you some sort of arithmetic Ruth Mia. And they find out they could also say, you know, what actually now that's no longer, but but thanks to family tree. The this guy who killed thirteen people raped more than fifty people committed over one hundred burglaries forty years ago has finally been caught, you know, they're that doesn't fly with me because there is a backlog of rape kits that are out there that have never been looked at where they have all of the DNA there that the government could test and they choose not to. So wouldn't you get through all of those for murders and for rape and other violent crimes than you can talk to me about needing to go to have you do maybe they're using. Maybe they're going through those old rape kits and going through the the data for the database the family tree DNA database, just to see what they could find would that be bad. Yes. Yes. Because you're it's bad for the greater good too. That we still need to have privacy is still important to everyone. And yes, it feels good to be able to say, well, we've stopped this one bad guy. But it should not be at the cost of the many. And at this point, you'd probably be wise to consider with you want to do one of these right? Basically, the the minority report problem, right? Like, here's a perfect system predicting crappy except. Badly. And I love that movie. Because by the end, the solution is like, oh, I guess we kind of have to let crime happened again. I I don't know like there's no easy answer. But we need to have educated smart people within these fields to really start asking these questions now because yeah, we're seeing building up at the very least that you need to have regulations. Like, we, you know, like a world is about, you know, the the the state of New York looking into the FaceTime bumpy. This is the sort of thing where you need hippo where you need other sorts of regulations it needs to be done very seriously because you're talking about. Yes, you could maybe catch a killer, which is great. But you could also conceivably ruin people's lives and someone could be put in jail for something that they didn't do. And that's not a far out ought, you know, like..
"apo" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Butkus field-goal missing wide to the left. And now the Bank will start at the forty three yard line on first down two receivers tied their side of the line motioning, his tight end you SABA slot. Right. Dalton in the gun on first down drops. The throw has time. Looking deep down the right side a collision between John Ross and Orlando Scandic both fall down the ball sails over their heads, no flags on the play and its second down and ten incidental contact John Ross and Skander get tied up a bowl fall down. But a lot of people wanna see can John Ross be the tyreek hill Cincinnati Bengals these just as fast he's not as baulky, but he can be that playmaker. Down the field that Cincinnati needs to take off the top of a defense. John Ross missing the last two games with a groin injury. Now, second down and ten APO forty three. On second down toss. Play mix into the left side mixing turns it up at the forty five breaks a tackle on his down at the forty eight five yard gain on the play as Chris Jones with the stop. So a third down and five seventeen seconds at counting remaining in this first quarter of play. But this is what Cincinnati they need a running game from Nixon. They need to take that pressure off. Andy Dalton in the passing game. They're not gonna snap. This one before the quarter comes to a close Bengals are one for three on third down. We'll see if they improve on that at the end of the first quarter. It'll be third and five when we start the second with a score Kansas City seven Bengals nothing. You're listening to Sunday night football on Westwood One. Improve his ability and save eight dollars instantly when you replace your warned wiper blades with a pair of Bosch icon wiper blades at O'Reilly autoparts, get premium blades that ensured clear vision in any weather and save eight dollars instantly on a pair of Bosh icon wiper blades at O'Reilly auto parts. Better parts, better prices every day limits apply. See store for details. Parts. You want a beautiful wood floor in your kitchen bath were Muslim. But you.
"apo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To shy away from a fight whether it's talking about his career. Fall from grace or his current self reclamation, project he's willing to be. Accountable to some degree but you get the sense he's also constantly. Eyeing the horizon to see who's coming after him he was remember scrapper as a kid raised. By single mom didn't have much pedigree or advantage he went pro as teenager, and then as lead writer on a cycling team he was surrounded by other writers whose job essentially was to shield him. From the wind from opposing riders from unwanted scrutiny, but now Armstrong is pretty much, without a shield and it's been a. Big adjustment like a lot of world class athletes he got. Walled off early in life from the real, world when you finally get dropped back, into reality the. Rules of Engagement aren't so clear this was evident, back in early two thousand thirteen, when Armstrong sat for long interview with. Oprah Winfrey it was time to finally admit what he'd been. Denying for years he called his cycling career, one big lie So let's start with the questions that people, around the world have been waiting for you to answer and for. Now just like a yes. Or no okay This whole conversation we have a lot of time we'll be about the details yes or no did you ever take banned substances to enhance your cycling. Performance Yes or no was one of those banned substances APO Did you ever? Blood dope or use.
"apo" Discussed on House of Carbs
"Outgrew that most of my quick ment it was good to make knives but not to do the type of production where feeling three hundred twenty nine which is what we did for the restaurant and one of my mentors who am i met through rick for this sky casey lund he became my business partner just by virtue of the fact he's a master sort smith and he turned around and here's a guy make these relic pieces and past pieces that he would sharp into razor's edge and the steel which is the hardness of the blade which is the sole of the braid it would be totally not recognized because you'd make these sores and they were just be hung up on the wall so he's a guy who's passionate well over twenty something years of experience making you know swords and blades and he has no real outlet to get his steer pestered and i walked in and he's a food aficionado and i was i really just wanted to by molten salt tank to do my heat heat treat tampering on the braves and he started talking about blowing myself up and i'm like you know what let let me maybe i'll team up with you which is what we did and we just started doing like knocked out prototypes and we started with stainless steel damascus cranked out forty blades and i'm not gonna make it for the mount of time that i'm spending at the each braid it's gonna become so precious that i'm gonna literally stand over the diner saying don't steal the blade so i went to a better steel and and the the the actual blade edge wasn't as good as i didn't think it was the best knife so i ended up getting an import a special feel imported from sweden e b dash l stainless which is used to make razors straight edge raises and off we went we created the amazing knives of apo restaurant it's called the apo felony knife by the way that's that's right let's talk about those felony knives they are available for purchase for nine hundred and fifty dollars because that is the threshold by which if one of these knives was disappear the per.
"apo" Discussed on Security Now
"Also i mentioned a very popular apo development platform having a problem there's a platform known as electron which i hadn't crossed my radar before because i'm about as far away from developing apps on a web platform says i using assembly language as you could get but microsoft's skype visual studio code get hubs adam code editor the brave browser including well known desktop apps for services such as signal twitch discord base camp slack ghost and even wordpress that is the desktop services for those are all written as a web app on top of this electron apt development platform it's really common it's basically chrome right right so so negative it's you have to bundle up copy of chrome with every the eps quite large which is well i know you yeah exactly well and what's what's worrisome leo is that the developers understood that the node dot j s library while powerful and deep is also dangerous to have on the desktop so by default they there there's a a setting in the in the configuration file there's a web preferences configure file that has no integration set to false which blocks access to the node dot j s api's i'm sorry about that can you hear this background noise a little bit it's not bad this right okay good good i've got the microphone turned away from it there grinding up some trees outside i hear you fargo yes it's not my stomach growling okay so they've got note integration set to false but a security researcher brendan scar val with trust wave discovered that it's possible to flip note immigration to true this can occur if another setting in the file web view tag.
"apo" Discussed on WCTC
"Apo called campbell's assertion false and unfounded the interesting thing is here did you hear though that the he was an fbi informant but he claimed that the fbi told him that he had to use his own money and he used to half a million they ended a pain of fifty thousand dollars as an a form of but they made him use his own money for a variety of different reasons in as as an informant that guy he's actually he actually while you know had to use his own money that in and good from the fbi and it's like okay hotted up by there's so many different questions with an cut of the fbi have that kind of leverage on him to make him use his own money to do something like that i'm telling you it is just every single day how you tied the solemn together i big at this point i can tell you but i never started game of thrones because i'm not good at following a tv show that scott lot of names you know that's going to go on for a long long time and has a one of these uh uh had everchanging story lines so if they made this into a net flicked series let's call of house of cards then i've what i'm wondering is what i'm wondering is how how many seasons would you get out of this it probably be ten at the least what is this this story has so men well sub stories too i said that the biggest thing about this is they've been going after donald trump for over bomb was fourteen months now on the fact that he somehow colluded with the russians to hacked the election or at that evolved into uh in order to change you know the the you know of affect the outcome of the election went from hack into effect in the outcome there's never one specific allegation f for fourteen months not one how many allegations are there of colluding with the russians from the democrats right now every single day we're getting another allegation that ties into the other allegations yet you know the flow chart it's it's like okay now at this into the.
"apo" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"And the contract call for four payments of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars over twelve months campbell said in a statement in a statement of fox news apo called campbell's assertion false and unfounded the interesting thing is here did you hear though that the he was an fbi informant but he claimed that the fbi told him that he had to use his own money and he used to half a million they ended a pain of fifty thousand dollars as an informant that they made him use his own money for a variety of different reasons in as as an informant that by he's actually he actually while you know had to use his own money that in and get from the fbi and it's like oh how hoted by there's so many different questions with an cut of the fbi have that kind of leverage on him to make him use his own money to do something like that i'm telling you it is just every single day how you tied the solemn together i big at this point i can't tell you but i never started game of thrones because i'm not good at following a tv show that scott lot of names you know that's going to go on for a long long time and has a one of these uh uh everchanging story lines so if they made this into a netflix series let's call of house of cards then i've what i'm wondering is what i'm wondering is this how how many seasons would you get out of this at it ten at the least we have this this story has so men well sub stories too i as of the the biggest thing about this is they've been going after donald trump over bomb was fourteen months now on the fact that he somehow colluded with the russians to hacked the election or at that evolved into uh in order to change you know the the uh you know of affect the outcome of the election went from hacking to affecting the outcome there's never one specific allegation that for fourteen months not one how many allegations are there of colluding with the russians from the democrats right now every single day we're getting another allegation that ties into the other allegations yes you know the.
"apo" Discussed on WTMA
"Of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars over twelve months campbell said in a statement in a statement of fox news apo called campbell's assertion false and unfounded the interesting thing is here did you hear though that the he was an fbi informant but he claimed that the fbi told him that he had to use his own money and he used a half a million they end of the pain of fifty thousand dollars as an informant but they made him use his own money for a variety of different reasons in as as an informant that raise actually he actually was you know had to use his own money that in a gift from the fbi and it's like oh kay how did you know by there's so many different questions with an cut of the fbi had that kind of leverage on him to make him use his own money to do something like that i'm telling you it is just every single day how you tied the solemn together i big at this point i can't tell you but but i never started game of thrones because i'm not good at following a tv show that scott lot of names you know that's going to go on for a long long time and has a one of these uh uh ed everchanging story lines so if they made this into a net flicked series let's call it house of cards than i'm what i'm wondering is what i'm wondering is how how many seasons would you get out of this it probably be ten at the least what is this this story has so men well sub stories too i said that the biggest thing about this is they've been going after donald trump over bomb was fourteen months now on the fact that he somehow colluded with the russians to hacked the election or at that evolved into uh in order to change you know the the you know or affect the outcome of the election went from hacking to affect the outcome there's never one specific allegation f for fourteen months not one how many allegations are there of colluding with the russians from the democrats right now every single day were getting another allegation that ties into the other allegations yes you know the.
"apo" Discussed on All About Android
"Uh i'm on the pixel apo okay you sidebyside luke it's not as well as far as i know i am winding everybody goodness gracious me man soharwardhy now in disarray is these days it just off this is not easy vote all right there you go all right it's a desire to see cannell yeah they have the basically a very similar uh kind of color color wash it almost seems like the thirty is a little bit bleuer others their the programming they're obviously not dialed perfectly at the same brightness these no not at all i don't feel like this is a gamechanger for me of if it was just that you're looking at it off access shifts the color a little bit like that doesn't bug me i never look at it off access anyways i always look at it straight on and if his books great like that the nuts fine by me while there are also complaints of black smearing when scrawling which aminu the experiencing that other than that on my pixel and yeah this is exists sarah last year's pick seoul uh and speaking of the pixel to the regular air the little one there's complaints of highpitched winds and clicking noises coming from its speakers y lows complaints of imbalanced speakers on the front i believe that was for the pixel tail yeah those for the pixel ti yellows dislike a small laundry list of things people are complaining joe victor he would've nine bring up that link from steven hall on twitter steven hall is at nine to five google he's been really good i just about like following up on this so you can see this sort of guerini nece exhibited.