35 Burst results for "Adele"
Are Meghan Markle & Adele New BFFs?
"Everyone today, on daily pop, we are breaking down some of Hollywood's craziest rumors and uncovering what's truth and what's trashed starting with Adele and Meghan Markle. These two are apparently becoming very close friends and according to the mirror they our neighbors have been taking pilates classes together games very serious. Gals are Adele in Meghan besties what do you think truth our trash? Are believe this. PATSIES besting people like to attach titles way too quickly bessie this probably a stretch just because people were hanging out doesn't make them besties but I definitely think they are spending time together and having fun together you know watching movies all that good stuff. Yeah. Nineties even listen when you're in a pilates class and you're committing to the same group of people. Every single week is hard core that means you really like that. It's a very intimate thing to do with someone else and I also feel like they probably at least Adele reminds Harry of home. So I feel like this is probably an easy easy thing. So I think that this is Not Actually agree with this you know. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You know what? Just seeing Adele and Megan if Meghan didn't have Harry I probably wouldn't believe this but I feel like a dow is that British soil light who? Know the royals and therefore she's been there. I don't know what they can do without Harry though is one. But they are neighbors also, which makes it credible because Tony I Tony Rod we are neighbors and. Hang out before but same circles, same industry, and now that we're neighbors. Close in proximity and we hang out and we do things work out together and we you don't watch movies. All those are all the reasons why I think.
Big Tech, Antitrust, and Democracy
"I James. I'm doing. Okay. How are you? Good thanks. All Things considered I'm busy. Tell You I've complainer this on multiple guess at this point. But what's another one I feel like? Because no one is traveling or going anywhere what is usually the slowest months? August is just insane like stuff happening constantly it started off where it got very slow in March. I was walked down people don't know what to do and were nervous. I was over whelming sense of doom and the weird thing. Is Obviously, it's not that stuff has changed that much but we talked about this on the last episode people have adapted, and now they're like making up for lost I but they're just like news coming out everywhere right a no more so than in the capital. That's right. So last week last Wednesday the editor subcommittee of the Judiciary Committee in the House had a hearing with the four tuxedos Apple Google facebook and Amazon Microsoft was notable by its absence, but it was clearly a. Focus on consumer tech. In the reason I say that this was clear is not just because such. Adele wasn't there but it became pretty clear through the questioning that Tim. Cook was only they're Kinda wanted to say that they got all of them because they were not prepared to ask him questions at all. It's clear that all the work of the committee has been mostly focused on I would say first and foremost Amazon they had the most detailed stuff there they were pretty detail. About Google, they were somewhat detailed about facebook, but you could see sort of the quality of questionings really starting to come down there, and then they didn't even know what the percentages were in the APP store. You is kind of embarrassing. They would ask cook a question and let him just talk because they didn't know what to ask next wherever else interrupt because they wanted that points to make et Cetera et Cetera and I've thought that difference in the quality of questioning per company. was pretty striking. Yeah. It's interesting. The New York Times ran a tally of the questions and I thought that in itself was interesting and it looked pretty evenly spaced and then apple was dislike fifty percent of the other three frustrating in a way because obviously I've been sort of fixated on the APP store for literally since the beginning of attack relate what am I I set of articles back in two thousand thirteen was trying to understand what how is doing such a crappy job. Imagine the APP store and one of my conclusions there was there. So scarred from their near death experience in the nineties when they had to beg adobe and Microsoft to continue supporting the Max can remain viable and I wrote this is back in two thousand thirteen that they would never allow themselves to be in that position again and well. So interesting about that is the way that has manifested is that again, this is a long running things that they've really had kept productivity APPS. In particular, it's hard to make money. You can't charge upgrades is really important sort of business mile away. It's worked on other platforms white the internet which Tim Cook Pretends doesn't exist also testimony they jumped straight from brick and mortar to the APP store. There's no intervening period there where you could buy stuff on the Internet. It's funny because when you read his testimony, you don't notice until someone points out she's like Oh my word. Yeah. You just kinda skipped fifteen years of distribution. So I didn't watch it old but I did watch part of it, and the only thing that I can remember is someone was questioning him around he has complete control of which APPs and he's like I'll well, if the native APPs that's true except Web apps so think he's not to the Internet was like little buttons that you create insofar which by the way are totally handicap progressive lobster totally handicap on IOS in wipes away all their cookies and settings after a week in. Where are the interesting things about this is because apple was held captive by productivity APPs in the nineties all of their sort of onerous APP store terms in my estimation have mostly affected would be productivity APPs in your abyss situation where you get no great innovator of APPs on these platforms in part because much risk like maybe you're going to build something in apple's not gonNA prove it or there's no business model it and it just doesn't make sense to make a new sort of productivity after the most difficult in-depth after build from a physical. API's on the device or perspective and what actually has come to dominate are. All these network based APPS that are mostly API driven and what's interesting is because apple is not a social company I message notwithstanding that they kind of weren't paying attention to that and what happened was we talked about this China where we chat actually became the exact sort of dominant APP that I think the APP store was designed to limit. But because they weren't sort of paying attention, they ended up the exact same situation as a nineties is the apple as a company is much stronger than back. Then it's not even remotely comparable but the fact that we chat is more important than your phone is definitely the case you. Like Oh we trade the same well then why is it? We have a mini APP store for on purposes and no one else has allowed it like one of the most obvious examples of APPs not being treated the same and it's not true the same because we chat as more important than the IPHONE.
The Story Behind Every Song on Taylor Swift’s folklore
"Right. Another Hollywood news. You know, Taylor Swift surprised us all when she released her album, folklore, and we didn't make it or break it for you. Not so long ago with her brand new single cardigan. And a lot of fans talking about. There's couple rumors around folklore, the album from Taylor Swift fans saying they think that Taylor Swift and her boyfriend, Joe Done Zo reel of the lyrics, and they think that even though Joe Alwyn believe that I say it always was credited with writing under Ah, a pen name, they think that he wrote some of the lyrics, but I guess some of the lyrics are also saying that they have broken up and fans are really upset about it. Same old, same overtime now. Also something else. And this is where you really have to be a major Taylor Swift fan to even know this. But Taylor Swift might have given away the name of Ryan Reynolds and Blake, Lively's third daughter. They welcome their three okay, but the name of their third daughter has not been publicized. In one of Taylor Swift songs. She goes on to talk about it. There are three names Betty I Nez and James. Well, Inez and James are the confirmed names of Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds daughters. And so now fans are speculating that Betty is the name of the third. Wow, Interesting, Taylor Swift and they are all friends, and they all hang out. And then as She just cement the room or even further. Blake Lively, offered a lot of praise, talking about like you. Folklore is full of heart and soul, humor, passion, intelligence, what she goes on and on and on with every positive and you could say about the album. And so fans quickly noted that the lyrics to the song featured the three names Betty, Inez and James the ladder to being the names of Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively's Daughters. It's interesting. My wife, Kelly is a huge Taylor Swift fan. When I first met her like, she said, When she goes to bed, she would have a Taylor Swift playlist and she'd go to sleep and were first married. You know, to go to sleep. She'd just hit it and They're so if we go to sleep, listening, Taylor Swift every night she got the new album. She was mad at me. First of all that, you know, we didn't make it or break it for one of the cardigan issue, And I was she was like, Did you notice we have new album like Yeah. Came out two days ago. And she was. Why don't you tell me? I forgot This was so upset. I think she would know that some sort of fan club mailing. Yeah, but she's been working like nonstop. I'm pregnant. All stuff. Everything's been going like seven. She's seriously like under Iraq. She knows nothing going on, even says that And she start listen to us. Listen to the whole thing. It's right. Don't like it. It's a very sound one of the lifeguards over the weekend, said a What's up with your girl? Taylor Swift. You guys think of friends, Sailors just like you know, I just know that you played Taylor's with but she said, Yeah, it's just sad girl music. ISS felt like that. I like sad girl like Adele like where she's you know. Tom Amaro, Where's powerhouses like Wow, It's kind of like Oppressing, which is the type of music with the artist that she worked with her. She collaborated with on this album. People like bony there, I think there's a couple other and that's Their style. That's so you could hear it when you see who she's worked with, you kind of think. Oh, this's what I'm getting. Okay. It's different from any album she's ever done, though, and I didn't listen to all that. We played the card. We played Carnegie Hall Cardigan didn't like it. I mean, this is too slow for me, but I'm biased. I typically don't like most super slow, low energy songs. I know lots people that do, But so I am elicit the rest of it. But Me and Kelly Taylor. Swift could scream and be in agony and in killing that's great. Well, she won't because she's the top singer. You could make the most horrific sound my wife like. That's great now did not like it at all. Listen to the rest of it, and I did not like cardigan. We'll see though We'll
"adele" Discussed on Raising Good Humans
"That occurs in the context of the reading. They conversational back and forth listening and responding. That's what drives the benefits. Most John Gabrielli slip came out with a study earlier this year that showed account for over fifty percent of the benefits of brokers area. It's not the reading. It's the talking back and forth so if you explain why you're feeling the way you're feeling what's going on in child responds to new respond. That's the conversation that drives language development that tries vocabulary development that drives working memory developed. And that drives emotional development. I'm Yasha gesture. Even understanding how you feel through, the were perspective taking so actually. That's great because for children, even babies. We know that when you when we're reading. We're starting to ask them questions. It's not just reading of baby. There's a fun book to read with your with your daughters, which is called poems in two voices. I think. Voice says yes, and it's for two people to read out loud taking turns Oh. That's a one person reads what it's irregular and the other person reads when it's Italic six. Thank you. What are some I wanted to just mention some games and more playful activities that families can do to again think about how we're growing this S- family of skills at home when we can't really focus on classical academics. Well. That most anybody can do is to do a walking on a line exercise. 'cause most floors will have lines between the would or headlines on the carpet or have lines in the linoleum. You can find lines. Yeah, and if it's easy for everybody to walk on a line, then you can make it more difficult for example by having everybody carry a bell. And the goal is that nobody should make a sound with their bill. Right that takes a lot of focused attention. It's a walking. Meditation exercises to say great mindfulness exercise exactly, but you don't have to say. We're doing a mindfulness. She say we're playing a game. That's more appealing to write. Another thing to do that. I think it proves working. Memory and sustained attention is to tell you child stories. Because if I tell you a story without the pictures on the page or the puppets or the video, you have to hold it all in your head. Right you have to hold all that information in mind. You have to relate what I'm saying now to what I said earlier, I mentioned a character. Now you have to try to remember what I said about that character before, and you have to work at paying attention as opposed to having your attention grabbed by all the beautiful imagery. Yes, so you can tell your child the story about your past or the family history or a nursery, rhyme or a folk tale or doesn't matter I. Love The you also can just tell them a story from your past so that if you're not a super creative person, this is not a prohibitive. Day, right? You could even kind of read from a book, but the more you look up and look at your child to better. And don't show your child the pictures. If you want to work. They're working memory. At the end of the story, you can show it, but not during the story because she don't want to give them help in holding it mind. You want to challenge them to hold it in mind, and besides if you don't see the pictures, you can use your imagination and come up with things that you like you know like the beautiful princess looks like me. Ever looked like me. She was blonde, hair, blue, eyed tall. She never looked like me and. See what she looks like. I can imagine that may be in this case. She looks like you. Thank you for listening for the show notes. You can have a link to Adele, diamonds, cognition lab, and there are some actionable things that parents can do and tip sheets have a good week..
"adele" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"That for the majority of students, and they are pleased to be back into school, and actually the when you speak to them, that doesn't seem to be on the surface anything that's fundamentally changed about them or anything like that, and it goes back to what you were saying before. How very much of government message seems to be when we get us at ten? Let's just crack home as normal that we best for everybody and so, but I get the sense that that may not be true of all students. Particularly Students SEM has em hate students so i. Could use paint is a bit of a pitcher Adele won't what are some of the challenges that those students are going to have gone through over the three months, or so the schools have been closed, and and how might that play out and in September? To answer that question, we could go on forever because I'll see each individual pupils going to experience something different, but the general hasn't that. I've seen SEM people's. saw four of them, not all of them and they will have been cast as what the government has labeled for. Pupils came out I know that's a contentious and timid south, but let's go with now. So that means a lot of them will have had some kind of experience into during this time. so lots of Pres and special schools. When the government I get Nova Crossman government but apart from people's on the HCP's. I was like well about civil my. Talk. Magath. PUTS. Does mean. A lot of the will have had an experience of going in scope now. If we're mainstream setting and they've had expensive guy in school, they might have actually had the time of learning the system better. They've had a more adult. adults charge ratio. They've have more space within physically bites within the building. The environment's been comma. There's been fewer distractions so for some of these people's. They've actually had a kind of a more productive leading virus for them. Also that that I'm aware the timetable haven't been this tight with these So there's been most faithful and learning what they're interested in all and doing a topic that day are ready to learn about rather than well, it's it's now in that sense. That's not moving. It's Matt's now do but really WANNA. Finish writing my story. Now you caught. It's Mass Innis. So actually sometimes people's may have had a really freaked experience. I'm thinking about shoes you mentioned. Because now we're going to let say will happens as the government is coming, and we go back in September now. Those students will suddenly have all the students coming back. And they might find that quite hot. Particularly into attachment issues who. have difficulty with perhaps trusting relationship with an adult while. Believing that. They are stooping thought about when when the not they have the full attention of the adults, so suddenly that say getting being accustomed. Maybe two or three is only back to your search. That's going to be quite transitioned vice. People's so I think it's could be put for us to prepare them. That is going to be more like that, and to be kind of conscious of them as as we move forward with the as fully come back. Then you have the types of students who have not been at scored asshole..
"adele" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"Conversation. We discussed the following things I'm plenty more besides just. Why did adults from -sition from oppressing teacher? I'm what a trucks to the more challenging groups of students at Dell shares favourite failure what she learned from the experience, and then we begin our discussion of all things behavior Adele she has a great tip. The helping teachers to get a sense of the room at the start of a lesson how my teachers deal with a disruptive child who is hindering the learning of others, whilst at the same time, allowing for the route coils of the behavior. Is the debate between advocates of zero tolerance those at the other end of the behavior spectrum, really as wide as it may seem, and then something particularly time timely. How will behavior lightly have been affected by the pandemic? And how might this play out in classrooms? When students returned are mass, and finally Adele reflects on something important that she has changed her mind about now I found this conversation incredibly phone, practical and insightful I. Think the nuggets in here whether your own, your teaching, career or very experienced. Two things to mention just before we start I. I just want to give a massive shoutouts. My Patriot sponsors your monthly contributions help pay for the hosting of this podcast and also allow me to treat my wife and saw for the hours. I spent a lot to pay my office recording and putting these episodes together, and if you want to know what I've spent my money on this move. I bought Isaac lovely new car books. Books because he's a little bit obsessed with every car that goes past him on walks, and also at you'll hear this episode of also splashed out to improve the sound quality the interviews. There's no pressure whatsoever told but if he did want to support this podcast on my other work that I do for free, you can visit, patriots? Dot Com.
"adele" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Ask Adele for Adele Technologies advisor who can help you find the right tech I met Vera traffic on the fives Father once on Twitter w IBC traffic. Randy Alice, which TV meteorologist What's going on? Hey, Tony. Beautiful day again. Today outside. We had a high of 83 yesterday and a little warmer today. So, uh, rather comfortable out there. Son, China Hyper on 87 clear tonight Low temperature 66 tomorrow. Partly sunny, hot and becoming more human to the monkeys were back highs up around 90 thunderstorms likely tomorrow night. And it does look like a rather unsettled pattern. Now, as we had through Thursday, Friday in the weekend each day, a chance for those scattered mainly afternoon evening thunderstorms and boy is going to be hot and sticky right on through the weekend daytime highs in the lower nineties, the nighttime lows dropping down on Lee into the lower seventies. That right there is Randy Alice, of which TV Anything you 66 degrees in the American Standard Cooling Weather Center. The time right now is 806 I'm glad you guys investigating because it's now he said. He said on the story of Bach's Booker Tony Katz, 93 w IBC. Good Morning, So good to be with you. This was like Monroe..
"Exploration is dangerous work. There are unknowns challenging landscapes severe weather to contend with, and that's just the tip of the iceberg at extreme locations or just factual, non metaphorical icebergs and everything gets much more difficult. Early. Expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctic circles near the north and South Poles were some of the most incredible undertakings in history. Of course there were plenty of failures, but every time someone tried. It helps the people who came after. Learn a little bit more. By the early nineteen hundreds several different parties from many different places had succeeded in exploring the frigid areas and returning to tell the tale. Eight! Adele Tuck was born not too far from this brutal cold, She I opened her eyes in eighteen ninety in Alaska, not far from the city of nome, which is on the West Central Coast at one time. Alaska was known to Americans as seward's folly because Secretary of State William, seward purchased the land from Russia for seven million dollars in eighteen, sixty seven. People thought it was a terrible mistake and a waste of money, but when golden were discovered, there seward was like who's laughing now y'all seward's folly more like seward's stroke of genius that you all were super wrong about L. K. man. We get it. Anyway Alaska would still not even become an official US territory until Ada was a teenager, she was initiate one of the indigenous groups of people native to land. But growing up, she never learned the survival ways and traditions of her tribe. She was raised by missionaries people who moved to the area to set up a school in order to convert people to their religion. It's a circumstance that happened to many native Americans and as a result, many traditions were lost for generations some forever. In school eight learned to read and write English read the Bible and learned cooking and other domestic skills, the reading and writing served her well, but as you might have guessed in a story about exploration, these domestic skills would not go near as far in helping her as more traditional skills like hunting, tracking and survival might have. As a young adult! Sixteen! She married a man named Jack Black. Jiang. Yep. You heard that, right? Jack Black Jack. No. He was not a cartoon outlaw, nor was he a professional poker player. He was a dog musher hauling freight across Alaska on a sled pulled by dogs. Together! They had three kids. Sadly, only one survived a boy named Bennett. But one day, Jack Blackjack left the family high and dry. Up and left her in the middle of nowhere which in Frigid Alaska can be a pretty serious predicament. Though he was not the greatest of guys she did keep his greatest of names and earned her future fame as Ada blackjack. When Jack blackjack deserted her. She was forty miles from their home in known, and she and Ben Walked the entire way back in the bitter Alaskan cold to make matters worse than it was very sick with burke. And infection of the lungs, so ada quite a small woman carried the boy much of the way.
Google bans ZeroHedge from its advertising platform, issues citation against The Federalist
"Happened just twenty four hours ago NBC news reports the story is that Google has banned zero hedge and the federalist from their ad platforms so you've never been to zerohedge zerohedge does some really really good work and they do a lot of work on on economic stuff but they do some political stuff as well and I've utilized zero hedge as a source before and I want you to know I will again I have never once looked at read zero hedge and say man this is some there's some far out conspiracy theory stuff I've never done that but as the story is written in N. B. C. news Google has banned zero hedge a far right website that often traffics in conspiracy theories from its advertising platform over policy violations found in the comments section of stories about recent black lives matter protests now two things here first far right trafficking in in the conspiracy theories that sounds a lot like what someone thinks versus what someone knows secondly they're getting thrown off an advertising platform because of the comments the comments not the articles comments now the federalist which is run by Shawn Davis you may know Mollie Hemingway's work over there I have had shown on the show before I I'm I'd like the federalist I don't agree with everything but I do read it I don't know where I have to say we're like oh I agree with everything I don't agree with everything over national view I read it I don't really agree with everything over the grill but I read it so they're saying that these people can't be on the platform right they can't be a part of the absolute form because what happened in the comments now this happens because of this writer Adele moko Frazier it turns out that she god together with another group in Europe the UK's center for counting digital hate countering digital hate they got together to complain about these two websites now the story says that it was a report by nbcs is NBC NBC's verification unit the N. B. C. news verification unit according to Sean Davis of the federalist here we have a foreign unit N. B. C. that with your well your name the N. B. C. news verification unit the irony there he says is enough to make you laugh speaking with another left wing foreign group to the platform and American media organization this woman I was a child is probably connected to the political left in the U. K. and yet somehow was able to use her position with NBC to be able to go after two websites hoon she doesn't like what they say so the answer is the fund them the answer is the platform then the answer is destroyed destroyed destroy anybody who disagrees with me not Cajun debate not prove your case but to destroy your enemy and do not allow debate that's what's happening
How to Overcome your Fear of Sales Calls with Nina Cooke
"What is holding us back? Nina from having more powerful and authentic sales conversations well, the one thing that I found held me back and has held back all my mind is their mindset. They seemed like is all the scary stuff out there? It's getting on the phone and having to talk about your price in your great product, and having to convince someone that they should be spending money with you and this affair about the prospect, saying no than all interested too expensive, or they need to think about it until we think is all coming from the outside, and that's what's scaring us, but actually are thinking thinking. We're creating moment by moment about. What we believe is going to happen on. That sells coal which fills us with fear. And up. What about biggest enemies that we makeup through our thinking is anticipation. We're anticipating house go. At. Such a big gap between US having been warring. How things actually are. When we buy into this big scary worry about how it's going to pan out. That's what makes us feel so scared is all coming from inside of us? Now I do have a question for you Nina de you have Karaoke and Scotland's I'm not prompt Scotland. I live near London Scottish dancing school, but we do have carried okay here. You Have Karaoke in England as well. Good because for me, this is always two quick things to is people across the board? They're scared to make those initial sales calls because like you said they have this anticipation. About how is GONNA go and They're filled with dread so I always tell people hey. Just do one call. Just do one call this week. That's it and what happens is they make that call? Because it's just one it's not like. Oh do one hundred calls today, which is very daunting. They do one like that was actually kind of easy and like to bring it around to like the actual conversation that have with people around Karaoke with this is. If you've ever been Karaoke Bar, you always see. There's like that one person that gets like pushed on stage by their friends. They don't WanNa, do it. They're terrified. They don't WanNa, do Karaoke and then they sing that song and like by the third bar? They are just like you. You, Know Adele? They're out there and they're singing there. Hardaway, then you literally can't get them off the stage and it's just sometimes breaking that ice. Realizing that is not nearly as scary as you're anticipating that it was so for me. That kind of comes back to mindset. So why is having the right mindset? Absolutely crucial for successful sales calls because we can think our way into being okay about having sales cools and taking away the fair, because everything is you know that we're seeing in the world where making up through thoughts and everyone has a unique perspective on the world, because there are seven billion or more unique thinkers in the world. Because! We are able to create thinking because we're the crates. Is Thinking bothered than the some possible thoughts? We are able to change our thinking and it's it's amazing. We have this. Incredible Gift of free thought that we can use to Crato reality and most located. We don't pay any attention because a busy. Reacting furiously to was on outside of US and eat a big sky, and anxious and overwhelmed, and yet we forget we have this amazing palace superpower. When we can change our thinking about anything. It changes our feelings, and it can just bring up so much. Courage and resilience and you'll. Writer is about taking action. I helped my clients to overcome. They block so they can take action in their business because we don't take action obviousness. No can't get kinds simplisafe. Semi. People scared. They're so scared off having conversation because they pay rejection. They worried about getting because when they get no. Those people are selling the services products, and when they get the take it, Brady Pass, nate and they feel that being passed rejected who they are is being rejected by the prospect, and that could fill a berry berry painful. We'll do anything become to avoid that pain. At. That's why we're muddling up. The the failed to sales compensation will make you all up in ahead, and we think he is waded through with buying into the story, but if we would strip that story away at just say okay. What I'm going to do now is have a conversation with this person for good together. That's all that can happen and what we take away. All the meanings that were attached to this means again. No too terrible, they may think. They may think I'm too expensive. I believe with my value, and they believe my value either won't be stocked crazy with these stories around taking a acton. Than, we can easy took US outfit, but we see justice neutral action, which is a compensation. That's all. That's GONNA happen the. Pus might say yes. They may say nerve it fun and they. We're GONNA have another compensation off that. There are plenty more competition going to have when we strip away and just. Look at the neutrality if you lie. Then it will stop making us feel scared because this the meanings for attaching. To the action, thus causing the fan or the actual
Travel restrictions now in effect for St. Maarten
"No sint Martin is a country of the Dutch Caribbean set on an island of roughly ninety square kilometers. That's home to a population eighty thousand people, however half the population on this small mass do not belong to Saint Martin but the. Confusingly named French overseas collectivity of Saint Martin. The two territories have been divided by a land border through the center of the island since the mid seventeenth century and operate with different languages, currencies and governments for Outposts News Miracles Luhan Amirah speaks to Gordon Snow, the editor of Saint Martin's newspaper The daily Herald about how he's been covering travel restrictions and border controls on the island during the pandemic, so whereas Sink Malta, and what distinguishes it from the other islands that surround in the caravan. If you look at the Ricoh on the map, whereabouts to the right for Regal, one of the little thoughts just right next to the British. Virgin Islands and we're in Ireland. Stats distinguishes itself by the fact that it's by national main stats. Half of the island is a leaky French therre. Dory of France so old trench laws are applicable there now you can pay with the euro also saves a dollar because we are dollar denominated. s most being. Old Dependence on US and Canadian Doris so lawler is. It's very important in guaranteeing economy, the second part of smart is Dutch. It is Don Imus country within the kingdom that means that they have their own governments We have our own BARNUM's CETERA. Run our own affairs, except for Defense Foreign Affairs. That's be taken garrels hollins. That's why for example she. Martin is a member of the Gary. We aspire to, but it's difficult because not flee independence, the beauty of this by national age of the islands. That's a you have a bit of southern France on the north side of the islands, a bit of a through northern Garabedian english-speaking are being country on the other side of the island. So you have a bit of both and tell me go to you talk about terrorism being a major part of your economy there, so tell me how you'll covering the news over the pandemic at the moment house affected the island in terms of its health, and in terms of its economy as well. Russell sports condemning was yeah, like like everywhere else abyss hit us very hard. Whereas other countries could say they have different industries. We only have one instrument stores, and so everybody's dependent on Dexter Dr Arrests Drums Adele's in my extension order companies like ourselves for examples media. We were forced to depend on the so it's We don't do well either. So. Yeah, we are really. Doors. A comeback and yes, she no know is probably going to be a big issue worldwide. With people afraid to travel by plane a by cruise boats. We have a lot of cruise liners. This is our islands a yearly basis. So yeah, that's that's affecting us. As far as the disease, itself is concerned pretty much over free. Now we've had some. Dole about seventy gazes, which have for our swollen instances is quite a lot. But we are pretty much. Go with Renault's are gonNA actually graduate opening up again rare in the third phase of reopening, and now one or face go, but it's pretty much. Everything is back to normal. As, far as that's concerned, so everybody's breathing, a sigh of relief that you can go out again that freely. What does your front page looked like at the moment was some headlines that are standing out and up. What will imagery? Are you running with well? Yeah, we have focused on reopening. Starting to move again today, for example, the borders between the French and Dutch side with four Boorda points. They were close or allows two months because of the French side of course have their own go vitz protocols. That's the. The national protocols. And, it was deemed a safer for everybody to build temporary. Grosso's borders those are open up against us today, so that's for example is. Is something that will be focusing on though. What's the immigration pattern light between the two sides of the island? Because obviously, there's a there's a border through the middle of it. There are two separate countries on this very small islands. So how does movement between those two places happened during the pandemic? One, thing you have to understand when you live. Like ours somebody may live on the French side, but were on the site vice versa, so he needed people to be able to continue to work. Be Able to go to work. Of course. There were options for people to work from. But, if you do the type of work that allow you stay home and work via remote. You, we'll have to go and be able to job now that some sectors you had to have. Both Dutch Francesa side governments travel. And Yeah, a you need special boss. Some people had special like like myself. MEDIA PERSON STARTING TO GET A. Disaster Media Bosso. Normal time time. If you're normal times, there is no border. So he can freely move across the border. We only have a border control. Join Border Control at the. Airports, but we don't have joint border controls at the order points between the two sides of the. That's the beauty of this. In two different systems for chicken will free about that was good snow, the editor of Saint Martin's newspaper The Daily Herald
Katy Perry reveals that Adele is her next door neighbour
"Guys know the Katy Perry Adele our neighbors I didn't I just found out apparently their next door neighbors and before quarantine kicked in a dell just showed up in PKD like a surprise visit I don't even know that either until recently I wish we had talked about that during the interview with her too so that means that Katie was in the same neighborhood as prince Harry Meghan Markle because the next door to a dell as well they are they're an adult neighborhood
"adele" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow
"On us to prey on our wallets and you're losing money every time you put a thousand dollars into your diet. Think about in five years. What that a thousand dollars would be if you put it into the stock market? And that's why women have less money. Less accumulated wealth than men. Not only but partly cherry pay also pay gap. But like yeah. Yeah right think that what we spend on matters. Yeah I mean just restricted or. They're like or their goals towards weight loss. Like I was talking to my mom the other yesterday and she was like immediately brought in like you know I. I don't think I'M GONNA keep drinking much wine. How it's very hard to lose weight and I'm just thinking link. I didn't say this I was like high. Yeah you know. I've been drinking wine. I like it but I tried to cut the conversation real short which I'm very proud of myself for. But she I'm just thinking like you're in your fifties and you're still trying to loose weight. Fifty years remember when my mom came on and she was like it's just been a life of up and down and I questioned whether it was worth it. Yeah Bright. Let's think about that but like let as we close off. Where do we go from here? Like what are what is the thought that we WANNA keep in our heads coming from just this frenzy of bullshit. I also want to just say I'm proud of batches our team for not talking about what we did instead was. We did a fun. Trivia based on Adele's lyrics with no mention of anything about her weight loss. She put up an instagram photo. And that is it right like. Where's where's the insight into that like? Oh my God have you seen a Dell? It's like yeah. We've all have instagram nowhere to go. We've seen a Adele. Thank you anybody who sent it to me. They go they send it to me and they want to elicit a reaction. I go I saw. That's yeah thank you. It's the most viral thing on the Internet right now by screen. Time is ten hours a day so the picture she had Ten million likes I notice. God likes you get that many. That's that's even worse. Like oh my most like picture is when I came out and lost Shit weight. Imagine you know like A. It's so fucked up. It's America. That's what we're like I don't know my my closing thoughts. I feel like we talked about it. I'm proud of our perspective. I don't know that we would have had perspective two years ago. A hundred percent. That's that is that it. We should give ourselves a little chair on scale. It would never have had the strength to not really take any action from seeing this like zero act you. Oh I thought like none none of that and the fact that like just say with whatever you're doing I think is kind of like don't let it linger on anything if anything maybe think about what you say to others when you notice. They've had a change in what they look like. Just think about it before you do. I think maybe that's the only takeaway that we could learn from this. You can choose what you say whatever. It is days your audience. I try not never to come in and anybody's wait anymore for the last like year like zero. Because I don't want anybody to see it's yeah so because you don't want it in your own head. I've a more important question while we close out. What is your favorite Adele Song? Well I had so much during the trivial because I was singing out I was finished. It my favorite one is actually one that I cannot remember the name of a.
Adele's drastic transformation has the internet buzzing
"Singer nearly broke the internet with a new look hello it's me is it adult posted a simple photo on Instagram to celebrate turning thirty two years old but the astonishing weight loss she's showing off in the photo is what's getting attention the singer's weight has some saying it's all the wrong reasons to be trending online one user posting your weight doesn't determine your beauty another with can we please not celebrated dell for losing weight like it's the ultimate achievement for now the fifteen time Grammy winner has not responded to the frenzy over her new look that
Adele's birthday photo sparks debate online
"Page six has this headline mmhm Adele shows off even more weight loss it birth play football would own okay here's what we need to I would like to take paid six and every other I'll darn tailored yeah the task who has a headline like this dell sells out shocking weight transformation a dell is even more weight loss see in this photo okay can I just point out when you say Adele shows off even more weight loss in birthday photo Adele is not showing off weight loss in a birthday photo no I dell is showing there the photo she standing in the birthday found out it's like here's a photo of a dell on her birthday in some weird Instagram contraption I don't even know what this is and there's like a laptop next to a conservative please explain this to me wait what the photo that they're actually linking to there's like it's a weird photo of her inside of like a weird who call it it's like a gigantic big birthday re thing and there is a laptop next to her and then there's like a bed posts made out of verb lucite it looks like a chair or chair it's a lucite stripper chair is weird anyway I do wanna get side tracked I wanna go back to the tale that I would like to tell in the actual photo here's what she says thank you for the birthday love I hope you're all staying safe and sane during this crazy time I'd like to thank all of our first responders and essential workers who are keeping us safe while risking their lives you're truly are angels twenty twenty okay bye thanks so in the photo it's a dell wishing well the first responders on her birthday maybe you'd have a headline like bats yeah instead of this thing that is now going to happen for the next twenty four to forty eight hours where this photo comes out and she looks significantly different actually she doesn't really look that difficult we different than we've already seen her thank you that's what I was gonna say she looks significantly different than she did a few years ago yeah but we've seen a handful of photos of her and we know that she's
Adele delights fans by returning to Instagram with surprise birthday post
"Adele in her first social media post since December was on Instagram yesterday paying tribute to frontline health care workers well she lit up the internet by sharing a picture to mark her thirty second
Streaming Storage Reimagined
"This Corey Menton and we are back with another season of the big. Dig Up Your podcast and we're GONNA kick it off in style this time with a little conversation around streaming storage reimagined and have that conversation today. I'm joined by two folks from Dell Technologies. Amy Nannies is the product. Marketing Manager Adult Technologies and Flavio. Jakarta is the senior distinguished engineer. Adele Technologies Aiming Flavio. Welcome to the show. Amy How are you surviving in this crazy corona virus work from home migration and doing surprisingly well? I think I was made for this kind of living. What's funny I had a conversation yesterday and I somebody said its worst nightmare for an extrovert. Because we don't get to get out and socialize but it's also works nightmare for an introvert because you really don't get a lot of downtime because there's so many people in the house potentially for those of those kids and wives and families and all this stuff so it's everybody's struggling a little bit flabbier. How are you doing in this time? I'm pretty good pretty good. It has been on. It has been nice intelligent at the same time. Nice from the perspective that We spend a lot of time with family together like I. I believe we have never done before. So that's nice but telling him. Part is not being which you step outside me here stain. We have full lockdown. Now can we go tight for groceries and all that stuff from that perspective is challenging but You know we. We were coping very well. So we'll good well. I hope everybody else's stand out there. Hope our audience sustained safe and hopefully this conversation with episode. We'll give you something to enjoy in the lockdown. That's happening so many places around the world. Now business hasn't stopped. People are still out there. Working trying to derive value from data and one of the conversations kind of macro themes that has been really popular over the last two years. If you will is this concept of analytics on streams so I want to set the table Amy would you favor and help us understand? What exactly do people mean when they talk about streams sure yes so extreme as just a continuous data feed? That's in constant motion. So there's no beginning there's no end. Typically we have a time stamp on our data feed so this is different because it's always flowing Today a lot of our data naturally comes in this form you know everyone has a organizations are beginning to utilize drones and security cameras. So we're seeing this information produced all the time interesting now. This constant stream of data a guessing is kind of important you just mentioned a few Kenna interest in areas security and surveillance and those kind of things why streaming getting so much press. These days is becoming really critical for modern analytics. Yeah so you know. It's important for us to be able to consume it store it and analyze it in real time as it's coming in because we get the most value from this data as it's coming in A good example is when we're shopping online so we get to the cart and we have suggested purchases if the computer behind that was to look at that data. Historically we'd be getting it a week from now and that wouldn't be as valuable Or something like traffic lights. We can look at how busy they are and change the timing in between them if we can get that information as it's coming in so the ability to analyze information as it's coming in is hugely valuable in almost every industry. Yeah so get into that real time. Capability is so challenging. I imagine you know there's a lot organizations and a lot of technology is being built and developed to handle executive that problem so far beyond cures from your perspective. What are the challenges that this stream type data bring to maybe those traditional analytics platforms that organizations have spent the last five ten years deploying right so following up on a on what amy said if you're continuously generating data in you can imagine applications where you have a large number of these data sources? So she she used an online shopping example right. But you can also think of food servers Sensors edge applications in general. You can have many of those and all of those producing this flows of data continuously so this year diggity unnecessary to ingest this data and make available downstream. So if you're talking about applications that we want you tell that street rates went to processing data as soon as possible so ingesting that making available news is challenged by itself. Now if you think about the characteristics of of the Stream flows they need their unbounded right so as you mentioned the arm-banded so they have They have a beginning. They begin at some point by there is no no no. There's there isn't necessarily an end end. Not even that alone. You can have fluctuations in the in the workload so that the flow. You're getting my change in my few censors at some point or more sensors oranmore service fiercer results although this cannot can fluctuate and and the the your plan which accommodate those changes and in addition to that you don't want you don't want to have duplicates miss events or or or have problems with the with the streaming away that doesn't reflect what application expects a consistencies and other is another important property. All that's with the with the application wanting to deliver results with low latency so he's taking that data processing yet and delivering results as possible. And finally the the the aspect of reacting facet changes. So if you are in this in the situation that you are taking the state alive processing live and delivering results as fast as possible. System must also be able to accommodate changes to too many thanks to the work as I mentioned on. That could be faults in the system needs to watch to react to those. Maybe replicate In my need to increase the the D'Amato resources dedicated to a critical application. So all those make a beauty a platform like this very challenging.
2020 Burning Man Canceled, Virtual Black Rock City Staged Instead
"Burning man the latest big event to be affected by the corona virus it will not be held at Black Rock city in the vada desert over public health and safety concerns Marian Goodell the CEO for burning man says the event will be held virtually instead if you have a ticket now you have a ticket to virtual blackrock city in the multiverse and if you don't yet we will make that opportunity available for you within the coming weeks Adele says that they expect this to be a tough year because much of the nonprofit's finances come from ticket sales each year but they hope to bring the event back as normal in twenty
Screw It, We're Giving Out 2021 Oscars Right Now
"I'M SEAN FANTASY ANIMATED AVANCE. And this is the big picture conversation show about the best movies of the year so far which might just be the year in full hopefully not but normally at this time of year we'd handout out best of the year at the quarter. Turn Awards Amanda So. Let's just give out some awards in case we don't get a chance to do so down the road. How do you feel about the fact that we've only gotten three months of movies? And maybe that's all we're going to get a really dark way of thinking. I'm not really ready to do that. This early in the week. I think this is more an opportunity to appreciate some of the great movies that we have gotten and that maybe we wouldn't have spent as much time talking about as we are going to. And this podcast where you know making lemonade out of lemons etc. Can we go with that? I'm shocked by your optimism. Bill I appreciate it well time. I don't know all we're going to do is just make making podcast and keep watching movies. It's funny. I'm watching so many movies. Maybe more movies than I have ever seen in my life. I looked at letterbox over the weekend and I have watched one hundred and fifty movies in the year twenty twenty. I haven't watched one hundred fifty two thousand twenty releases but I've watched a lot an unusually high number and yet when I started putting together this list that you and I collaborated on for the best movies of the year and we're going to hand out the six key awards at the Oscars. Through the first three months. I found a lot of repetition and there was really only about twelve movies that I think I liked which is not great. How did you feel about the sleep that we had in front of US positive? In the fact that there are a lot of movies that I really love on this list and a lot of movies that again I think would get Kinda lost in their mind. Dump ury shuffle. And we wouldn't really get to talk about them at the end of the year. I it is true. I have been watching more movies. There's just like a lot of bad movies you know and I do feel like watching at home. I just become aware even more quickly. I'm just like Oh this isn't working for me and there is something that is transporting about the theater experience. Or you're just GONNA go along with the ride. You're you're willing to to buy in so but that's always been true there. We always talk about a lot of movies. That have interesting parts where I really liked this or didn't quite get there so I don't know I'm a glass half full person today. I don't know what that's about. I think it's because we're going to talk about AAA fire like for an hour and just say ct thanks to everyone who washed this weekend and let me know on twitter so whatever whatever we have to do whatever we have to do. But I am looking forward to that aspect of this guests. Yeah you hit on something that I've been thinking about as well. Which is that. I'm just more likely to tap out on something that I know isn't working for me now sitting at home and it's it's a I guess a bit ironic given that all we have is time. We have so much time to power through the bad movies. But if I'm like forty seven minutes into something that I know I'm not responding to it all I'll just turn it off. I'll just turn it off and I I never walk movies. You joked last week that I walked out of last Christmas. That's one of the only movies I've walked out of in the last ten years and I don't like to tap out on something even in a streaming environment but there's also something Pity lists about the movie watching experience right now where it's sort of like you know what life is in a very odd and discomfiting and weird place right now and so because of that. I can't bother with bullshit you know. There's there's there are a lot of masterpieces at our fingertips if we want them. So the idea of powering through another mediocre Netflix. Movie just doesn't seem like a good use of time. I do think that most of the things that we're going to talk about here are a great use of time now. Portrait of a lady on fire obviously will be a part of these nominations. I think a couple of these. Nominations are goofy. And we're trying to have fun with them. But for the most part we played it pretty straight. Would you agree yes? There are a couple. We had to fill out some categories. And that's okay at once again. Well this is actually not totally true. There are some categories where they've where we're featuring women very prominently. Which is really exciting. No spoilers but you know once again. It's not totally so far. Ben A robust year for movies about women. And I think we're also GONNA talk a little bit about what's to come in the rest of twenty twenty or what we think might come in two thousand Twenty Gonna. Tell you Sean. They're still not making a lot of movies about women. I don't know whether you notice that. So sometimes we were. Just some of these are trying to get to five. How about that in a festive way? It's funny you say that because I feel like they're not making a lot of mainstream movies about one but they are making a lot of independent films woman and I feel like a lot of the films that we chose here were of the more quote unquote independent variety. And that's been the best stuff and part of that is because of the thing that you pointed out this time of year. This first three months is usually not a banner period for great film releases. Every once in a while you get a get out in your life and that gets to dominate the movie world for those first three months but this year there have only been a couple of genuine hits and those hits have mostly been led by women which has been Nice. We'll talk about at least one of them here in this episode. But I wouldn't describe it as a good movie year in general let alone one for an episode like this. Nevertheless there is. There's some stuff I'm happy where it again a chance to go through here. I agree okay. Should we get into the categories? Let's do it so we're going to start with best supporting actress again. Six categories here. You Know I. I wouldn't say this has been a scientific vote. This was literally. Just what could I think of? And what could Amanda think of? We did a little bit of negotiating. A little bit of bartering here but it was pretty much just like I think these things were good. Hey We're an academy UNTO OURSELVES. Yes it was like oh. I remembered this and think that I could talk about it for a few minutes again. This is one of the categories where we had three pretty obvious ones and then we had to wear nominations and fake awards giving or an art just like let's making an art were here to hold your attention We're here to present around picture of the movie going experience. How about that? I think that's decent so I'm going to read our five nominees and we can. We can talk about them in loose terms and then we're GONNA have to make a decision on a winner live in time and we actually effectively communicate and agree on something like this in this format. Well there's only one answer that I'm going to accept in this category. I will actually throw my ear bites across the room and quit this podcast so sure. We can agree with those conditions okay. I'm going to read the nominees under those circumstances. Sonia Braga for Rile Kate del Castillo for bad boys for life. L. Fanning for all the Bright Adele HAENEL for portrait of a lady on fire and an inspired choice Elisa Schlesinger for Spencer confidential. Obviously the winner here is allies slesinger for her work with the Boston accent and Spencer financial. No I don't. This is one of the few categories that we probably need to do much debating on. I think that this you you came up with all of the fun ideas in this category. You came up with Kato Castio. Who gave just an absolutely incredible performance as a witch in bad boys for life? Love everything she did there. ELISA SLESINGER in an otherwise fairly bad spencer confidential movie provided. I thought pretty good comic relief as the the Bad Boston. Girlfriend of the Titular Spencer but of course Who's the winner? Here amid the winner is del for portrait of a lady on fire. I have spoken at great length about what adulthood means to me but in this performance. And you know. She's obviously been a movie star in a very accomplished actor in in France and in front of my for a very long time. So I'm a little Li to this party but I also just found this performance to be a revelation and an interesting thing about this movie which I hope we can talk more about. Is that you know. This movie is interested in the the the female gaze but also just how we look at people and how a work of captures a person and whether that person can be captured entirely in a painting of film and what we remember about someone but it is also just about the fact that some people just really capture your eye and I literally couldn't look away from this person.
Meet Alice: All the Resources Women and Minority Entrepreneurs Need
"Getting funding and resources as a women or minority. Entrepreneurs has always been difficult. My next guest aims to change all of that. Elizabeth Gore serves as CO founder and president of Alice which helps businesses launching grow through a network of more than one hundred thousand companies in all fifty states and across the globe. Alice is building the largest community of business owners in the country while tracking data entrance to increase owner success rate previously Elizabeth served as entrepreneurs resonant Adele Technologies Elizabeth. Welcome back to the show thank you. I'm so happy to be with you. And Wow because so many shows twelve years twelve years. People always send me. How do you have any great sponsors for your show? I said well I got to do the first five years with nobody listening and they go. No no I just want to the other part. So it's so great to have you back talk about your new venture. You're always doing such wonderful things to help entrepreneurs man well I have. We have to write the backbone of America Hell else dot com. We are so proud to serve what we call the new majority of business owners collectively women. People of Color are. Us veteran entrepreneurs visibilities. Were so proud that these are the folks who are growing businesses the fastest. And as you know more than anyone we have five hundred sixty thousand businesses launching per month right on America and our goal is to make sure that every business owner has access to capital networks and the resources they need of Alice so was with. Why is it so much more difficult for women and Minorities to get? These kinds of resources isn't just equal for everybody. Well the issue is You know we. We are now whether you're a woman or a person of color Starting businesses at such a high percentage and I think systems and networks are catching up. Frankly and you know if you look at sources of capital for example in venture. It's really an three geographies. I mean certainly in other places. But if you're not in San Francisco New York Seattle and other places it's hard to access dot and traditionally women Are Starting to build companies all over the country. or you talk about our. Us veterans they're coming back to mostly the mid West Texas alone. We've got two thousand coming on per week. So if capital not concentrating those areas we have to make sure that systems get to them and then second is is access to networks. You know Women in particular we tend to keep our RJ job or corporate job a lot longer. We generally are also have child care elder care on her plate there the way that we work at times that we work That the ability to network or or go out to happy hours or saying all. These things are are just different so We have to create systems that are more applicable to the way individuals work for now in the future. But I tell you the great news. Is that when these individuals duke it equal access to capital they tended to match or outperform their white counterparts. So this story yeah. It's it's interesting to me because you know women and minorities really start as you said. Businesses much more frequently than than people that are not part of that group and I believe they also work harder because they know this is really their chance absolutely. I mean If you WANNA see someone who works their butts off I mean had into any small business and all small business owners are working really hard but I will say that the whether it's unconscious bias or some of the hurdles. I've mentioned it does require sometimes twice the effort. I mean even in our company Were a Latino woman owned company and We closed a series a financing this year and it was just incredibly difficult and we We learned that you know. Only two percent of women are getting venture. If you'RE LATINO ITS POINT. Oh One and so you know but but I do. I am optimistic. All the way And I do believe that they're great organizations coming out our enterprise fund coming out focus on demographics their business services and that's our job to find all those and make sure that we're putting them right there on your desktop every morning to find those opportunities. So let's talk about your series A. Round because you did something very interesting that you include a first of its kind me to clause that holds investors accountable for discriminatory behavior. Talk about what that is and why it was so important to do that. Absolutely so we As we're raising our a we were pretty shocked by some of the behaviors I've investors score members whether you look at me two incidents financial mismanagement Race Orientation Issues And we were surprise Legally if an individual had that kind of behavior they still have control of a company and To us for me that that's an always go out things from a profitability Lens If you have someone who is chairman of the board and they ended up doing some kind of sexual assault financial mistreatments or whatever that is obviously that it's going to lower your profitability GonNa Affect. Your brand is going to affect trust. It's going to affect employee morale so to me. Actually the data
Pension Time Bombs
"Today our subject is It started off as a five piece. Subject is called. Who stole my pensions. And the more we do these things the number of people coming out of the woodwork. Who went to tell their stories about what happened to the. Pensions keeps growing. So let's start off as a five program of five unit program is now going to ten and the reason it's important for all of you. Listen to this. You know the story about the pension time bomb is because it is the biggest story that nobody knows about. And it's only now making the news. And the reason pension time bomb is so important because as much like this corona virus and all that is a systemic problem like chronic viruses. About you and me. Getting the SNIFFLES. It's about the whole supply chains breaking down all over the world which will cause crashes all over the world. This is number three as start off as a five unit program and now it's expanding so app some very exciting people who just want to tell all and let the world know how this pension program is going to blow up and it's GonNa bring down the biggest crisis bigger than corona virus bigger than the subprime of two thousand eight and Becker than they Student Loan Program simply says you've been ripped off. That's that's really what's happening here being ripped off and one of the ways that Wall Street the US government and the banking system. Reps this office via our pensions so stay tuned on the Rich Dad. Show have more of these programs come to let you know how Wall Street the government and the Crooks of the world have been stealing our wealth via different vehicles and our this vehicles pension. One of them is student loan. One is your home mortgage one is the stock market. So this is a very important series of programs started off as five and what might stop at ten whenever no so our guest. Today again is tense Adele. Here's my co author on the book. Who stole my pension and our second gases. Mark Rain and Mark. Green is in the book who stole my pension and mark is a thirty year veteran a ups driver from upstate. New York he is former. He is formerly the organizer and president of the Teamsters Alliance for Pension Protection Aka T. a. p. p. a. grassroots pension watchdog organization mark led to raise funds to perform the first ever forensic investigation of a union multi employer plan the New York State teamsters conference pension and retirement fund. They are robbed blind. So Ted. Let's start with you because you're my co author on who stole my pension. Please give them a little little bite. Your background about why you and I are interested in pensions. My Dad didn't have a pension poor dad and your dad that have a pension so please introduce yourself tent and then how you got interested in. Pensions sure thanks Robert. My background is I'm a former. Fdic attorney and I have done over a trillion in forensic investigations of pensions. And some of the first investigations. Ever done and one of the things that I uncovered it in these investigations. Is that the reason these pensions were? Failing was not because not enough. Money was going into them or the benefits. Being paid out to workers to rich was because the people running the pensions were grossly. Mismanaging the money what we call Bros. Malpractice generally crafty and For the investigation ideas more threes. Pensions The New York State. Teamsters pension is in the book In the exhibit to the and that was the first forensic investigations of over one hundred. Twenty one multi employer pensions. That are going to be taken over by the government and so that was the first one that was ever done so and also You know like my dad lost his pension because of corruption again in government and he ran for Lieutenant Governor of the State of Hawaii and got crushed and lost his pension. And what up until your dad? My Dad was working in the intelligence community so he disappeared in nineteen seventy one in east Africa and it turned out he'd been murdered in Africa in doing an investigation for the American government of being the brutal dictator so since he just could not be found his life insurance wouldn't pay social security wouldn't say his state couldn't be pro baited so there was nothing available for those of us in the survivors of the family. Also so he had no mention either so so one of the reasons I think Ted ireson paddock. Oh you know brothers on this project. A book called. Who STOLE MY PENSION? Is that our fathers. Had their pensions taken. And we're very concerned at this moment. There's many mothers and fathers who will find out if if they already have not found out they have no pension and that's why the but it's more than just a pension is the ripple effect like the corona virus is going to have upon the whole system of the world economy so mark grain Plea thank you and welcome to the program. And I'm glad you raise the money to hire Ted's saddle to go in after the pension so tell us your story Mark Place. Thank you for having me on. I really appreciate you guys working on this project and bringing attention to this pretty serious issue which is affecting us in upstate. New York and of course the whole country so You know how I met Ted. You know it started back in two thousand ten actually the story. We have to step back. A little bit are fun. Started sending US letters in the mail saying We were under sixty five percent funded which is critical status so there was a law passed under the protection. Act of two thousand six. It said the trust. These hasn't make benefit cuts and implemented funding improvement plans. So that's what we first started forming committees. That's when I started getting people together calling attention to this problem and we saw a lot of irregularities with the trustees with telling US misleading statements and we call them out on so as the years went by kept saying. There's enough money in plan to pay low the commerce fabulous and you have nothing to worry about. That's what they were telling people publicly. This is thirty. Four thousand member plan with three or four thousand families involved. Keep in mind privately. They were telling us that the fun needed a fourteen percent. Investment returns every year for the next ten to fifteen years just to break even and not take that step so we knew they were not being honest with the participants. So we had these meetings parking lot meetings town halls and we started raising money in two thousand sixteen to get some inter interventions and. That's where Ted Payments. So thank you ted. I appreciate your work on this investigation and unfortunately we find that the plan was grossly mismanaged and now. I can't retire. You know me along with thousands of other people can't retire because the benefit is way too low and so That's the story as of right now. We can't get the money back but certainly wants to reform of pension legislation to make sure this doesn't happen to anyone
Taylor Swift releases promo for The Man video ...with eerily similarity to Kanye West and Kim Kardashian's famous white hallway
"Now if you are not in a place people in our listening audience were you're not driving I'm sorry if you're in a place where you're not driving and you have some sort of electronic device in front of you do me the favor of googling Taylor swift I I'll be the man video the man music video okay Google that so you can see Bradley all you have to do is click on the link I provided it made it quite easy for you I'm because what you're going to see is a teaser for her next video called the man and that will drop tomorrow at seven AM now four weeks ago when I would have seen this image I would have had a whole different opinion than they do today the reason I have a different opinion is because I watched the Taylor swift documentary on Netflix and I feel like I've learned a little bit more about her and her motivation for being who she is publicly the reason why this is got people talking is because the image shows a series of archways that are that kind of follow down a hallway yeah it alone not a big deal sure but this is an art form right like Taylor swifties all I love to pick apart her whole thing is a sorry get emotional yes I think what you're saying is the swifties like to read into everything that Taylor swift released and she always gives them a little wink wink in the process does so this archway the reason why people are talking about it is because it is eerily similar to the archway that has become an iconic representation of the home that Kanye west and Kim Kardashian Livin okay we've seen it in architectural magazines we've seen it on her Instagram we've seen this archway time and again and she has mimicked at and is using it to promote her the man video also visible in this picture in this image to promote her video which drops tomorrow R. many different hands in colored gloves yep so like a purple glove and then he'll blow up a glove in a mustard colored glove in a coral love a suit fans have pointed out that there are nineteen hands present god what is that tell me a luminosity what does that number mean she was nineteen years old at the time that Kanye west stole that moment from her interesting now here's what's interesting about this honestly I mean in of itself it's like all that you know she's doing that thing again I can I would have rolled my eyes four weeks ago okay but what I'm realizing now and how did you watch the Taylor swift documentary yes you did okay yes they eat you I did you come away from it with a different sort of idea of what Taylor thinks she's doing with her persona I yeah actually yes and I walked away from his americana having the name of it I totally respect for Taylor swift so I would have thought that she was doing this to try to keep this narrative about Kanye west alive and my criticism of that had always been you're the only one who's keeping it alive you are the only one who seems to be unable to move yourself past this point but after watching this summer americana I actually see differently what she believes she's doing with this narrative is telling a story about what like what women have been suggested SIG what women have been what's the word I'm looking for I don't know what women have been subjected to okay just by virtue of being women mmhm and so I now I see this as like a symbol for what this song is about you you've gone into the shallow and just had a different interpretation right what you're seeing because I do feel like she really she's being very thoughtful about whatever this message is that she's going to be putting forth in this it's not about beating the dead horse of that one time that kind you took her took her spotlight it or about the time that kind a used her image and words that she said without her permission it's not about that long standing feud it's about what it symbolizes and what it has done to her and what people can relate to yeah I just am excited to see this video and see how that plays out in the video yeah and it'll be interesting to see what the videos she's not like Taylor swift is successful for a number of reasons least of which she placed her audience she knows exactly what our audience wants she knows exactly where her audience as evidenced by the fact that her documentary was so successful she has he added are put around her people that are very good at telling a story and so this is clearly the story that she wants to tell and she thinks this is the story that our audience wants to seize it wants to see so it'll be interesting to see that and what that looks like when the video comes out but I mean it would clearly it's going to make sense because she would not be doing this otherwise Taylor swift again is not an individual she's a machine there is an individual bear right but she's telling a story and using that machinery to sell that product but yes yes that's all true and what you learn when you see him miss americana the documentary is you start to get a feel for how much more she really is involved in that process than we ever thought she was yeah and I'm you know listen I am a conspiracy theorist to so I can go to the place of you know are they it was that for show or you know I I understand that I was watching a documentary that she signed off on right so I can understand how maybe the documentary would make it look one way maybe if it's not actually that way I mean it's not gonna be critical of anything she's done right but when you do see how she has these conversations with the very very male senior a group of people who are her advisors no it's a very good message thanks you again I'm what I'm saying is that I think she's very good at what she does and right now she is playing to the people that are watching and listening yeah it would be ridiculous for her to do otherwise yeah I think you don't for as far as he looked like Taylor swift is able to identify that in her career one of the things that has brought her swifties through with her is that she will think that they're kind of grow they've grown up together so like when she experiences something and she writes a song about it the people who are fans of hers are typically in that stage of life or just approaching that stage of life for just leaving that stage of life in a way that that is all relatable to happen to them then when she progresses to our next album there is relatable stuff there so in so many ways the swifties have just gone through things and now I feel like she's realizing she's coming to an agent actually she says as much in the documentary that she's coming to an age where she you can only reinvent yourself so many times in a way that the audience will actually accept and she recognizes that she's kind of on borrowed time and I get this feeling that she's trying to say the things that she feels the need to be said in the way that people can hear them as soon as you possibly can yes so that they will be heard but they're also spinning again they're also smart because they know that this feud gets attention like she's not going to talk about something that's important to her if there's not a way to get attention beyond just her audience right and that's the exact same thing Connie does that's true I mean that is true you may just buy the product that Taylor swift is selling versus the product that Connie selling but I guarantee there is an audience that talks you know as passionately about what kind he's doing and the messages he's putting in his artwork they are very very again that's like that it's not that you and I don't think we ever did this and you can call it conspiracy theory but I think what we do on the show is really just look at what's actually going on verses like I don't think Taylor swift sitting in a back room going how can I screw people not as much money as humanly possible but Taylor swift is a part of an industry she is not just a a woman under herself there is a Taylor swift there right the more fascinating story to me is like how that woman that engages that industry and that machine and what she does with it and there is where I think you can begin to make judgments about the kind of art people are creating and then it just becomes a matter of like who you identify more with if you identify with I mean all the things you're saying are totally relevant to well a lot of our audience for example women right you have women who can totally relate to the kinds of experiences that she's had in that she's gone through yeah and she has been very very successful at giving even younger girls who haven't had those experiences some some resources and some tools and some ways to think about and talk about the world that's around it which is incredibly very helpful also she's selling something whenever somebody selling something I begin to wonder at which point all of her good intentions are gonna run up against her need and desire to have something to sell it has those two things that to me is the interesting part like at what point does Taylor swift walk away from the things that she might hold these values in order to you know push her career further down the road because there because for every Taylor swift yeah there is a woman who didn't play the game the way Taylor swift has played the game and we don't hear her voice we don't see her story her Netflix special person I always think about is Adel because they are contemporaries they are peers they are the same age and Adel has done I you know boy I would love to accept them side by side and like to watch them be interviewed by somebody far more intelligent than I am about the choices that they made along the way during their career and what informs their choices now because what we see Adele doing now is not pumping music I'll write laughed but you know she's an artist and he's a songwriter yeah she never has really tried to fit into a mold I'm in the same way that Taylor swift has I just would be cute I love to look at their careers side by side and see how their how they make because I I also think they're both equally popular in the sense that they're both household names in the same way yeah definitely two entirely different career path yeah I think it does just far more focused on her part I think Taylor right far more focused on being something more than her art but I but I wonder if you talk to Taylor if she would say if she's in her mind I think she believes she is focused on her heart I would do that's what I'm curious about like I would love to see that beat you know flushed out
"adele" Discussed on We Hear
"The story behind the story. What is the story with Adele in the story with Adele Maggie? He's gone nuts. It seems like Adele. She's gone from rolling in the deep tow raging in reading and the deep Adele is being trailed by Papa Razzi we all times Wasi photos of Adel in recent months than we ever have well she went from having this kind of like very private low key life right where she was married to swampy her husband that was his name real name real name. Simon yes she and Simon Kentucky. Her husband filed for divorce. They got married in two thousand sixteen and they they have a seven year old son. Angelo so she is married to this kind of finance dude who was working for like a water charity and you know they had their baby and she was like we didn't see that much of dollar she had a very super controlled diva image. Now she's lost a reported hundred pounds and she's out everywhere rate it all started when she was like partying with Jennifer Lawrence at a gay bar in the village called pieces. I have been there. You've been there. They she was at the Vanity Fair party she was she's been on the on the beach. She was insane. Bart's right over the holidays with all these celebrities and now it looks like she's had enough of it right because she was photographed leaving friends wedding in London which Adele actually officiated and performed at But it seemed like at least from the photographs that she had a bit of a meltdown. she looks very upset. So I mean. Weddings can be emotional. Yeah I get it. But she's in the back of an SUV looking like she's GonNa burst into tears. She's giving the finger and she looks very upset right so she comes Beasley. She was photographed coming out of the wedding covering her face with a bouquet of flowers. Then she gets into an SUV and then she goes basically ballistic where she alternately looks like. She's about to like where she screaming. Maybe breaking down in tears and then Giving the Middle Finger to the press. It's all very dramatic. Her wrap had no comment on this story. I think the comment was the middle finger. Like I think Dallas comment was pretty clear from this photo. The thing that caught my attention about this wedding besides the breakdown I mean every wedding one of your friends is going to have an emotional breakdown rate that sort of part of every wedding but the wedding was the person getting married was her pal. Laura DOC real Who was a a childhood friend? She was getting married to ex Maccabi Guitarist Hugo white Okay and the venue of this wedding was the Mason's arms pub in Battersea in London right so I I consulted my Some of my London sources Maggie about the The venue and I was like. Hey you know. What is the Mason's arms? Is it like a hot spot or is it just kinda like Kinda random And it turns out it just kind of random and so I have a theory actually about why Adele had this meltdown. Part of it is. She's she's in Battersea Right. That's where the pub was. It's like a little more of like you know her. Her old stomping ground or something. I think she just went. Totally like street like went back to her roots. You know leaving the pub and just kind of you know was like feeling it well. It seemed to be the perfect venue to announce that her new album is coming out in September. I liked that she leaked her own. Yeah so she told fans outside of the pub. No she you know. She performed at the wedding as well. She got on stage. She Sang Rolling in deepens mother songs. There's very cute video of one. Be Beyond taste on comes on. She's like screams and a super excited. She's all of us at a wedding beyond say comes out and you're like this is why. I came to dance with my friends to beyond right so she performed Some of her hits she also performed a Spice Girl Song Apparently Florence Welsh from Florence and the machine was also at this wedding at the Mason's arms pub and she got on stage and performed quite. I was well up to have attended this wedding. This would like an amazing native music. I don't know sounds like an expensive cab. Ride home towns off the beaten path. But I mean we're seeing so much of Adel since she has reportedly lost all this weight and we're finding out more about how she did it. So do you recall. Are you familiar by the way I love? Also that there's a staple of any sort of British tabloid report unlike. There's always like the husband or the boyfriend is always from some vague band That you probably don't even remember like it'll be like getting married to former KLAXONS. Bassist like Steve Hucknall or whatever. And you're like Indie rock name generator for that. Otherwise we'll do that as a service. So the weird thing about it is the Mac. Abe's like usually I'll be like Oh. Yeah that bands like I forgot. When is Passover? Exactly what I think. The you know. So Hispasat Goodwood Maggie Little Hebrew. School humor there. I'm impressed but you know we're like bands like Maximo Park or whatever. But the maccabees did not ring a bell when back into. They'd have to reviews of two albums on pitchfork running from twenty twelve and one from two thousand seven their their last album which was reviewed in two thousand twelve. Got A four point. Oh out of ten and a great grade. Point average. A terrible review. Pitchfork said of the maccabees. There's nothing especially remarkable about them and at this point they feel like a reflection of the stalled state of British India. Music in general. So there you go. Wow so I guess they sort of stalled out but I mean I guess it's cool if then you have like Adele and Florence Welsh playing your wedding but do you think also Adele. So we reported when she was on vacation. Saint Bart's There she had told the fan like a young fan had asked her about her dramatic weight loss and she had mentioned that she lost over one hundred pounds right and there have been reports right of how she did this. She's on I think pilates and ask some diet that I had never heard of. It's not the Kito Diet and it's not the it's the pizza diet that's the died. I'm on what is it. It's called the cert food diet cert- so you just search it's basically a focus is on proteins in your body that specialize in cellular health and metabolism. I don't have those. These proteins can be found foods like Kale Extra Virgin Olive oil. Buckwheat Macho blueberries and Rula these foods are supposed to boost muscle growth and activate people's quote skinny Jean Unquote which allegedly mimics the effects of diet and exercise. Yes so Adele mentioned that she has this new album coming out in September but also besides this wedding she has not performed live since twenty seventeen so this was like her only. If you wanted to see Adelle play show you would have had to have been a guest. This wedding the Mason's arms pub. I'm super excited to see what her new album is all about. She's gone through so many changes in the past few years and her last album was what twenty five it was called and now she's thirty one so I'm imagining. This album will be twenty nine or thirty. You know she. Titles the album's right. Yeah I don't know if that trend is gonNA last like I don't know how keep that is once you're in your thirties. It's very seven up. Seven up documentary. Check you yeah. I you know I saw did you ever see Adele's NBC special. I was at the I. City Music Hall thing. But it's funny because I'm not really an Adele Fan. I mean I follow her career. But I'm not like pumping Adele like in the car. You know but I I was actually really impressed. It was it was a really kind of an amazing show aftermath. I got actually a bit. Vic limped. I don't know why this this segment is turning into our yiddish segment. You've got the maccabees. Everybody but you know what's interesting? I do remember one of the takeaways from that show while I did an attend but what I had heard from. Some people with that Adele's image of being this kind of presence onstage in so glamorous and the boo fought in her hair in the winged eyeliner and the gowns is kind of in conflict with how she really is between songs because she swears a lot and like maybe the real Adele is coming out. Here we're starting.
"adele" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Back to coast to coast Robert does sake with this Ted's Adele with us as well as we talk about your money your retirement and the crisis you would you say Robert that this crisis is impending is about to collapse on us I DO and as had such as global I just got back from hungry and Italy and there are our pensions are in worse shape and Japan you know I'm fourth generation Japanese Americans and those idiots a still saving money okay Sunday's printing it yeah exactly and one of our god collars and called in these truck driving and they can't speak too much on the on the phone wanted to know about airforce or military pensions are they intact I really haven't looked at those so I I wouldn't be competent to comment on them but the general rule is what I call gross malpractice generally tractors there are I have never encountered a pension fund that is managed as well as it should be so I I would be concerned I'd look into it but I have not looked at that one yeah okay let's take some calls here for you let's go to Linda in south haven Mississippi Highlander welcome to the show hi there yeah good to have you with us go ahead well I wanted to add that on my website thank about where we're out retirement real world retirements alright which one of you wants that how bout you Ted that's another one I have in fact I have a little more loans and I would have to to to get back to you on that one okay but again gross malpractice generally practice is the is the key thing to keep in mind that all the fences including corporate interests are generally mismanaged and generally the people in the case of like state local pensions these boards the boards overseeing the pensions our police and firefighters and sanitation workers who have so financial training at all and there's there are there are no laws that require state and local pensions to have their board members to have any financial background and in fact state local pensions are governed by our wrists the comprehensive federal law that protects corporate pension these people can't be stupid though and he are the greedy well the people running the pensions really have no idea most of the one of my close friends with the kindergarten teacher in Chicago and he was on the board of the Chicago teachers pension and he said that I don't know the difference between a stock in a box and he didn't so the board members are I mean it's a terribly unfair game he's boards that are made up of late and they're being sold for stuff by some of the you know smartest guys in the room the Wall Street hucksters are coming in and pitching products the school teachers and cops and firefighters so it is an unfair game and the the state workers are the ones who get end up getting screwed at the end of the day well now whose fault is that the shouldn't they Robert and Ted shouldn't they have some representative on that board who understands the financial world I why I mean I like I would pick people like you well it it it would make a great deal of sense you would save into dollars a year but that's not what the law is the law is that better that corporate pension are subject to risks a comprehensive federal law and state local pensions are are not exempt from Russia and they're only governed by a patchwork quilt of state laws which generally don't provide answers like whether the pension fund and Albuquerque New Mexico weather can invest in derivatives there's probably no answer to that in the state law Chris in Columbus Ohio hi Chris go ahead yes I work for twenty years for a company that went under bankrupt and my pension was there Jeez twenty years I was young enough man to change fields but it's wrong that these CEOs can bankrupt the company and then walk away with millions and what I did I was a young man smart enough that at forty years old I went back to school to become a aircraft mechanic and I put the next fifteen eighteen years sent the ace in and and broke even when I got done I didn't have any pension with aviation as you said with the airlines because this was the regional it's wrong with these corporation could do the government is not doing their job Leslie when corporations like Amazon don't pay any taxes and then of course is the fact that this one little town in Switzerland controls are dollars they say your dollars with that and that but he said that he played monopoly as a kid well one of the things we did back years ago thirties forties fifties sixties was we were able to break up these monopolies there's so much power there and I want to get his views on that because we can't get anything because the rich don't pay the taxes they should the monopoly so they're taking over they don't give us a raise and you have to work as hard as you can I was lucky that I did what I did and is hard to go back to school forty but I did hi Robert I'll give this one to you well a lot of people want to change the world I always suggest changer self and we can talk about us and the state attention for all this but I just rather take care of myself and my family and that's why I was us a question what does our schools teachers about money and the answer is nothing nothing affects schools is so obsolete by now so rather year isn't it public pension or private pension like a four oh one K. still it's up to you exactly as Ted second even a look into it and the average person is hoping somebody be at the corporation or the government will take.
"adele" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"What separates out of the mouths of babes my son said the most honest thing to me yesterday full watch you'll understand Adele ninety seven point one wash FM. they. they say if you want to know the truth.
"adele" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"Where everyone else is like, you're gorgeous and rat, and you seem like super fun as well as insanely talented. But you know, the real deal is, you know stars. They're just like us there. But I. Yeah. I've got a friend. Who's dudes really good-looking? Just does not know it. And you're like man what two of those friends? We have you know, one of them, you probably know both them to be honest with you. But both of them just like man, what are you doing? What are you doing the wheels are spinning in your mind? Think of who it is if you're watching the video show, you can literally see wheels turning inside jails mine right now, can you give me the first letter c. Yeah. Yeah. The other. And yes, and just can't can't doesn't see it doesn't understand this. It's crazy. So I do like I do kind of understand that part with girls. It's even worse. I mean, she can be the most amazing thing. And then you'll still see on on, you know, I'm sure on Twitter and all this fucking bullshit of her way, and whatever, and it's got to get to you. And she's probably before she was even famous. It was probably in worse. She's going to drop a banger of an album. And that's why the internet was rejoicing of like, hey, could we go could she actually make an album without a break up? That was the other thing that people were asking online, but she did hallowed. And she what do you think close about? Yeah. But she was a relationship when she wrote. What do you think? How it's about a girl who just won't give up on some ex-. That's we end is. Yeah. How are you? I know yours saying. Never mind. I'll find someone like you. Look I could go on and on every song for and I love Adele for that. And absolute life thing she needed it. Which is why the internet rejoiced this guy. Got pounded to on. Social media was just like, bro. Fuck that up. How do you? Fuck that up either way really looking forward to this new album. Sure really wanna dig my Matik into it. Can't. Gonna be juicy. It's going to be gypsy not way. I'm still look. I'm adele's one of the best artists on the planet. So I'm still whenever she comes out the new album hope it soon. Yeah. No, hope it soon too. Kid. I don't know if she writes music. I'm not sure. Must. I dunno. She's on that level of the beyond say level where people are just tuning like turning in the greatest songs. So I'm not sure actually, I'm not sure to find out even on the internet though. They wouldn't tell you that would they? Yes, they would just whether she wrote you betcha. So if you turn this thing on if you actually had access to the button for the World Wide Web that you turn it on. I think for you. I think for new for you. We just need a giant globe installed on your thing that just stands for the worldwide web. And you just press that and then you're in there that would be great could do that. We could we could why don't you look that up. I'm gonna go on my I'm gonna go my my sermon here, I'm gonna get my soapbox for county. Real quick. I wanna to talk about Kanye. I he. No you do. Oh boy. No. You do man. That was magic the Sunday service that county put on at coach shallow was pure..
"adele" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"They called me up, and I went into a room, and she was sitting on the edge of the bed or in addressing gallon feet. Dangling off the band. And I went into Santa quantum because that's my way before we jump into help. Look and see his anything really needed. You know, and sitting on the bed was a home healthy with her very nice woman. And Adele was tough cookie. You know, and and homo Fayed said there, Adele, you know, you don't have to be frightened. We're right here with you. And Adele, turn to her. And she said, Honey, if this was happening to you you'd be frightened. So I stayed in the corner. And then little while later this very well. Meaning attendant said there, you'll cold, you know, would you would you like shawl or blanket or shoulders and they'll shot back. Of course, I'm cold almost dead. And I thought, wow, I wish I had half the task any of this woman, you know. And if I die when I die, rather, I hope I have some of that kind of energy. But I noticed a couple of things sitting that one is that. There was struggle. There's always a struggle often struggle and dying. And in this case, it was manifesting into breath. Every in breath struggle every out breath struggle this, despite the fact that we've made all the correct interventions right occupied in and morphine. But there's a labor to dine just like there's a labor getting born, you know. The second thing was that. She didn't want any nonsense and went talk about tunnels of light there Bartos or she just wanted honest human relationship. Yeah. Something reliable. So I pulled my chair really close to her like you, and I are sitting here. And I said would you like to struggle the less and she said, yes. And I said, okay. I noticed something right there. You know, at the end of the exile before the next inhaled is that little gap. I said wonder what it'd be like if you put your attention there for just a few minutes. I'll do it with you. Now, this is an eighty six zero Russian Jewish lady..
"adele" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews
"Depp's rented somewhere. There's a cluster of villages in areas all call chipping Norton. But it's not it's like a little cheer in great chew and all the others at Abry, you know, the rest. Guys. I'm nice. It's it's an interesting area. There isn't much to do. I will say that Saif farmhouse Adele in fall lovely walking. They won't don't. Yes. Great places to work. Great hike said beautiful area the walking dogs. I think. Yes. I mean, that's one of the reasons that they picked that. We know that they went with more in the end because it is a great place not just for children. But also a great place to the dogs. I think everyone was so focused on the time. This is a lovely place to raise children. I'm like they already have two in the in the shape of teeth talks. All kind of children. So obviously had Christmas at Sandringham. We saw Harry and Meghan state Sandringham house Kate and William of ama- the Middleton family didn't stay with this year because they were in symbolics more lease. They were buckle brief, no. We're gonna talk about these pictures. I made I I'm sure you saw the pictures of Pippa and her husband James Matthews, James Middleton, lots of GM's going around confused, James Middleton, and his new French girlfriend Elise. Thank Nate and Carole Middleton spent Matthews and his wife vote Williams. There were a lot of brilliance advertising Aiden rock. Is that or you're gonna say? Tuppence-worth three. It was interesting that. Very very private hotel where I can't take pictures. If you're within the confines that the party Middleton. Murphy chose to leave the private confines of that hotel to go onto public beach. I'll just speak just generally in terms of celebrity in general. It does bother me when people expect Bill to turn on and turn off. I've seen this celebrities in the past where there are times where they once yet photographers coming and taking GE's and then on I'm not suggesting this is the case for the Middleton's at all. But and then in the other and then same breath. They don't want to the next week because it doesn't see them anymore. It's a it's a it's a dangerous game equally. There have been situations in the past the I know about where particular set of pictures that looks like it's being staged has been printed in one publication with approval given. And then when a privilege asked for if by other publications, it is said that that they are claimed that the picture Tate, totally taken aware, and they didn't realize his outrageous that privies bit faded. It's a it's a dangerous game. It's a dangerous game. So the Middleton's didn't go to Norfolk because they were booked breath, and there were some barks, and but we did see because normally we see the Middleton's Goto and Mer for the weekend before or after Kate's birthday, which is known for January. And so we saw Kate and William church law Sunday because they had a house party case birthday. Yeah. I think Laura it was a collection the collective noun, by the way, I made for collective go. Parents got parental whatever the collector now for go parents that was it for Kate's birthday house party. I mean, she does every it doesn't. She looks really fun. I mean, I'd love to be wall. Sadly, we can't be. There was Laura and James Meade. Now, Laura is Louise godmother James Meade is Charlotte's father. And there was a media, Jordan Patterson and her husband, David, Amelia's, kite scrape might from school, and she is George's. Got mother. So if free Cambridge childhood, what are they? Nice way to end the holidays are now back in London. Georgia's back at school in this first day back yesterday. Who's always the thing hates it about the Christmas. Holidays comes crashing and. Yeah. And then of course, Kate returns to work. She does she'll be at the king Henry's wall garden and is linked to. To see how the community project brings people together through gardening and growing food. And it'll be a number of activity said we built helping Bill bird boxes that is outdoor pizza oven or something like that making pizzas. It's kind of very much in theme with this outdoorsy kids..
"adele" Discussed on Pop Shop
"I always play that people who say, oh, but you know that you'll you and it's like, no, you do have to stop in the beginning. I imagine the first interview that you did pretty exactly night night night, but if it was if it was, you can listen back and be like, I've improved so much, but you don't just stop being good at something. So yeah, I hope people watch this and just wanna get inspired to write songs. Yeah, we'll speaking of aspirations. You have a fantastic line in the movie where you say, I don't want to be the male adult. I want to be Dowa which I really enjoyed. Of course, this is probably talking cheek but divide did and make you the biggest selling artists of last year. The top. Oh, board artists of last year as well. And if felt like you really understood how big this album could be before it was even out, I think with with the with the. A lot of people kind of see that phrase is an arrogant thing. I want to be the. I think it's the way the way explain it is, you know, if you if you, if you're a basket will play, you wanna be LeBron James you, you don't. You don't just. Yeah, and I'm not saying I'm not saying that cadaver be bigger than that. If you don't the then you wouldn't have to get them. So yeah, and she is the biggest setting onto since fucking Alanis. Morissette. So like in like twenty years, she's the biggest sitting on, so you should aim. You should aim to be as big as Adele, and if you don't want to be as big as its Elvin on a major record label, Dale just be independent and be happy. Just playing gigs. Yeah, I think if you signed to a major record label and you want to be the biggest in the world, you should aim to be the biggest, we'll. Yeah. Sorry. What was your question. Basically on artistically, not just, you know, album sales wise, you you in the film. Also, it's it's the peak of my songwriting and musical abilities. You still use believe that are? No, because things son's. Yeah, no, because you you'd think about multiple? I when I made most plausible, this is this is this is a man comes out and you'll maybe it wasn't then you make the next thing. So I think like I have that with every single song we knew is song I've written is the best one I've done and then and then over another song, then I listened back and be actually, that's not great. So yeah, I think like you just always always think the thing you working on the time is the best thing to your point about LeBron and Odile. Like if you're if you're not thinking you're making the best music that you've ever made, then why also like with the liberal in doubt, if aim for the for the mounts and you won't get halfway up and if you get if you get Hof way to being Adele and half way to been LeBron you good, I do. You get an MBA contract. Sunday released divide. You still have done a ton of song writing or at least songs have had your credits on them five songs that have hit the billboard hot one hundred, including Liam Payne strip that down at just done another one very much the, no, it was off to. Yeah, it's kind of like it's kind of like the big brothers to them skits relocate tease at the start of the film you mentioned, we see you writing love yourself, which of course ended up with Justin Bieber. What what is the major difference between writing these songs like when you're writing them or you always writing them for you or do some of them feel like this is another because her quite soon off doing love yourself. Baby did it quite like very, very seen off. So like I don't think I was ever intending to do that. It's that. I mean, obviously, you said also that that was the impetus of the movie basically like him filming that scene..
"adele" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"adele" Discussed on Channel 955
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"adele" Discussed on Natch Beauty
"Oh no way yes no no very way okay i'm sorry i'm gonna tangent really released so she looks so much like a dow that she like they made they made a fire to the rain music video and she played a adele at adele people they went viral and adults people contacted them and said that you have to change the title 'cause they had they didn't have a video at the time for that song they have to change his head say to say adele impersonator everyone thought it was adult sent me a link when this is done to see that baby and then a second one there's a lot of fun once the second one is she was also impersonating adele on conan oh that's my girl google all happening when we are done weird time in my life hey we got bills right hey do you sing to i it's not easy no one is not and i always have to provice until people like if i could if i really sounded like adele i would have a regular meal yeah i mean i can carry tune and when i got the hair and the makeup and the dress on people will it's surprising what people believe despite i had i had a can you an english accent that's the most fun part she is a really specific english accent too yeah i'm i mean it's not as strong as it was but i used to i had to do prom once and san bernardino.
"adele" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"And and as we're talking about what to do this spring hemlock woolly adele jade application of tree and trump to your hemlock trees in the springtime is the second best time that you can make an application of and trump to control adele jet the first time is last fall and the second best time is right now and that has to do with wendy wendy adult female hunters down on the leaf and settles in for the winner and turns into an egg sac and releases a number of more adele jets to reinvest the area so now as winter leaves us as we really get into spring so we don't have any waterlogged soils or frozen soils you make an application of tree and trump to your hemlock you'll control the existing adele jets on the on the plant keep it clean for about a year and to go a long ways to keeping your hemlock alive because this is a this is a pest that is killing hemlock all up and down the appalachians this is really simple thing to do also you you you you walk up to the tree you measure at chest height the circumference of the tree and that number in inches is the number of announces of liquid tree and shrub you put into a gallon of water and poor at the base of the tree and let it soak in let the roots take up the pickup the chemical into the into the treaty and kill the adel jets i liked the dike around the base so that the so that the one gallon one gallon plus of of of mixed comical really soaks in right where you need it but that's all you have to do.
"adele" Discussed on Z Talk Radio
"Go both ways it can be helpful in it can also be harmful depending on how much we want to take and surrender to the outside adele at come inside two influences what are you guys think of that this is my mark i mean you absolutely correct abdur a good ways to use hypnosis and of course like anything else stairs is ways that it could be used for for evil offer bad you know some we talk about mk 'kolchuga my control programmes hypnosis and by the way hypnosis is not my control my controls not hypnosis and not synonymous uh hypnosis is one of the tools in my control toolbox right so but some but hypnosis can be used sides very beneficial to many people uh from many things quit smoking lose weight distress uh help with pain and so on and so forth so uh that's the thing i think in in tv and in the movies they depicted and if our dark way many times and it's just not an accurate depiction of uh what hypnosis can be used for plus it would also take many sessions a d in it may take an depending on the individual it may take even more than just many sessions it could take years to to take and do uh because even in oh i have friends and other folks that unconnected to in the va that actually of tried to this in it's a it's helping them rough further needs but uh you know is it a tradeoff mike is it is it a trade off for uh.