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"adina" Discussed on Analog(ue)
"I actually made a video that people wanted to see. I can't believe it, but I'm super happy about it. I thought it was really, really good. I thought it was well done. I loved the scene with Adina. And as you were talking earlier, I was like, man, why? In what way am I supposed to glean that Adina is the boss in this? And then as I'm like, just have it on in the background as you're talking. I see that during that meeting, you're writing a lot of to dos. Which is my direction. Just point at me a lot. And she's like, as a lot of pointing going on. I like that scene and my other favorite scene is the one where shot, I should say, rather than seeing where I've got the desk mat, like the leather desk mat and all of the things around. Yeah. Like the color, like this is samples of paper and stuff. That was so complicated. So I am behind a tripod. Oh, that's not fun. I'm reaching a through. At that point, I was inside the tripod. That's what I was doing. So I raised the tripod to its maximum and then pulled it up to the top and then had it hanging over me on the slider so it's going from left to right. I had to climb under and inside of the tripod, so I could write and use my hands, right? So that was that was actually quite a lot of fun. This was the part that I enjoyed, of there were things I wanted to do and I did not know how to do them. So I had to just work it out. Like, oh, I want it to look like this. How do you do that? I don't know. And so I just had to kind of just like, that's why it took me so long. Because there was so many things that I would do, and I'd be like, and I'd look at them and be like, that looks terrible. And so I'd have to go back and start again. There was a lot of it. I also got bit by HDR as well. So like I had some shots on my iPhone of the production process, like I took some videos and HDR video in an SDR project that doesn't
"adina" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Adina stallions set the gold standard all number one in their category. Point of entry, the number one stallion by black type and greatest stakes winners standing in Canada. All the classy point of entry would not be denied. Shaman ghost, the number one second crop sire standing in Canada. And shaman ghost and overwhelming force on the last 16th of a mile. Signature red, the number one stallion by percentage of black type winners standing in Canada. Signature red when his second pilot are in a row and silent name, the number one stallion by percentage of black type performers standing in Canada, a list that includes grade one winner, silent poet. Silent poet in front at royalty pier out the ground but silent poet has won the highlander stakes. And don't forget Adina's new sire American guru, his first crop are now yearlings of 2023, American guru, the son of unbridled song whose family have already set their gold standards around the world. You're listening to the equine forum on HRM, presented by twin spires. Carmel road has got to lead at the top of the stretch up on the outside it's eyeing clover who's ready to challenge. Iron clover to the outside of Carmel road and they are lined up here on the grandstand side up on the far outside general banker and from out of it ray's Kane has taken the lead. It's raised Kane who's come from the back of the field is now passed them all, ray's Kane is well clear inside the final 16 Rey's Kane is gonna draw away and win the Gotham. It's ray's Kane over slip Mahoney who had a late one as well, then a photo iron clover is there with general banker. A woman at 38.0. 9 seconds. In the Gotham. Welcome back to the equine forum presented by twins fires on this Saturday morning, Mike penna baron of the backstretch with you until 11 a.m. eastern. That
"adina" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm using command Adina Dubai And I'm ascribed by the long side you aluminum aluminum aluminum aluminum we have that debate on a bay daily basis but have a look at this because it is thumping it out It's at a 13 year high to close at a record And the question is this is what's really driving this is that the molecule crisis that Goldman Sachs talk about but there's a backwardation in this market The Titus since 2018 There are shortages and outages in energy in China and in Europe There's exceptional demand This is all the view from Goldman Sachs They're preventing a they are suggesting that you could get a melt up in the aluminium price These are the futures not the LMA And of course on the Alameda they're talking about $4000 in copper Just also on the move on or down 2.6% this morning as we're seeing again China trying to constrain the information that you get on the iron or market Matters where you look at some of the stock market action you might think that the fed may not hike rates at all Come march but this is what we're seeing here is an improving sense of investor confidence across the board especially with small caps getting a lift in the last trading ses in the United States On the S&P 500 many were looking to extend that optimism to the upside by about half of 1% It's a similar story for some of you in NASDAQ futures The folks at Bank of America have looked at some of the EPS that is out there And they're saying the S&P 500 is tracking a 6% beat and it's ahead of the historical average of 2.5% but it's the smallest since the pandemic Corporate sentimental is deteriorating and it's reached the lowest levels since the third quarter of 2020 I want to fit the board and get to the energy space as well because Brent steadying a little bit as a result of some of the following U.S. stockpiles the American petroleum institute basically reported that another drop at the key storage hub at Cushing signaling that nationwide inventories shrunk by 2 million barrels and crude could I a $100 not in India stepping in to buy some supplies Let's get to our top story and a bit more detail because the Chinese state backed funds have stepped in to support the nation's battered equities For more on this we're now joined by our executive editor for markets in Asia Paul Dobson We're also joined Let's join the Italian Singapore Paul So give us a bit of a better sense of the mechanics of this undertaking that the Chinese have initiated Yeah so basically the market was looking particularly worrisome This time yesterday more or less in fact you know a big sharp move in today taking us lower erasing the bounds that we had seen when the Chinese markets reopened from the lunar new year And our sources are telling us the authorities have decided enough was enough Ordered some buying of securities to help stabilize the market You know not necessarily to turn it around not to send it flying higher but to provide that kind of a floor or that circuit breaker in there to sort of break up the momentum of that downward move allow time for people to reassess and really kind of the effect that we're seeing today is a reflection of that people are in a much more positive mindset with those gauges up across the region now So it'll be interesting to see where the market goes from here Normally based on based on the recent years when we've seen the so called national team coming in the initial effect has been at least to reduce volatility not necessarily always to stop the market from falling further But on a longer term basis on a 6 month basis the market tends to pick up sometime within that time frame after we see the authorities starting to starting to intervene in the market Well let's take it to Juliet and see how the markets have actually responded And whether that will endure as well as it comes down to the statistics doesn't it Jewels good morning Yeah well as Paul was saying man it's good morning We have seen a little bit more action coming through as we see the afternoon session kick off here The CSI 300 actually went in on the lunch break by just a quarter of 1% so showing a little bit of stability But you're certainly seeing the bias come through a little bit more in the afternoon session So be interesting to see whether or not this index rallies even further It's certainly underperforming some of the other gains that we are seeing in the region we're looking specifically at this big rise coming through in tech players We saw Alibaba when Paul was talking there It is a big contributor to this This after SoftBank denied it's trying to get rid of part of its stake in Alibaba Things have strength coming through to in the Japanese equity market and of course it's all about the bond sell off abating to after we saw the yield on Australia's ten year yesterday at its highest since March 2019 It is dropping today Let's have a look though as well at what we're seeing in the Japanese bond market because the BOJ held pat today despite the fact you've got these biking yields there too The tenure of course is we know that highest level since around January 2016 it doesn't look like the BOJ may intubate until we get to .25% That's what market participants are saying but of course leaving bond buyers guessing given they stood pat with their bond purchases and we've got yields inching around 2.21% menace Jules thank you very much In Singapore Paul Dobson with the very list from the M life team Well the tiny restrictions come into force in Hong Kong And we have a top adviser in the city's leadership there telling Bloomberg he hopes for reopening within the next year We all want to end this thing as soon as we can And so I'm hopeful I'm still very hopeful that in the next couple of months we can achieve all those targets Optimistic or pessimistic that this could open up within the next year I am very optimistic But because I think once we achieve as I said we have fully we have a fully vaccinated community as well as we have a better knowledge and how to deal with all the con and perhaps other variants Let's get to our chief north Asia correspondent Stephen angle who conducted the interview he joins us I don't know to us sitting here and to buy a year sons like an enormously long time.
"adina" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg world Hank water is I'm Charlie Palmer We've got a broad base rally on the way on this Thursday after yesterday's decline the Dow the S&P NES deck all gaining as the global sovereign bonsall pauses and investors remain focused on earnings to assess the recovery S&P up now by 36 points up 8 tenths of 1% the Dow up 232 were off session highs but up by 7 tenths of 1% as stack up 151 higher by 1.1% Ten year of 8 30 seconds ten year yield 1.83% gold up one tenth of 1% 1841 the ensemble spot gold West Texas intermediate crude up one tenth of 1% 87 O four barrel on WTI Bitcoin up 2.7% 42,865 NASDAQ CEO Adina Friedman says NASDAQ's pipeline of new companies planning to join the tech heavy exchange was almost doubled from last year Friedman provided the update this morning in an interview with Bloomberg television In terms of the capital markets and what that means in terms of raising capital we continue to have an incredibly strong pipeline of companies that will be seeking to tap the public markets If you look at last year we had about no there were about a 133 filings at the SEC for companies looking to come to market on NASDAQ And when we look at that same number at this time this year it's double that It's about 250 NASDAQ Sabina Friedman peloton interactive shares are now lower by 15 actually 16.5% on a report that it's temporarily halting production of bikes and treadmills the latest sign that a star of the pandemic has lost its shine that report coming from CNBC Peloton shares again Lauren out by 16% After earnings we've got Alcoa shares up 5 and a half percent American Airlines down 6 tenths of 1% Netflix will report at the bell That's a Bloomberg business flash This is Bloomberg businessweek Inside from the reporters and editors who bring you America's most trusted business magazine plus global business finance and tech news as it happens Bloomberg business week with Carol masser and Bloomberg quick takes Tim stench on Bloomberg radio In a very good afternoon everyone lied from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio we are streaming on YouTube We are also in my home It is Friday's eve January 20th 2022.
"adina" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Is not normal. This is new after kovic is that it is that it. That's shit talking. I'm annoyed with it and it needs to stop. Get it off your chest. I love came along compassion right there. I have another thing too. And i'm rachel. Is people do over. They say things right and then they make sure that you understood them right and so the to the next topic right and then they won't even to focus on what they're saying right. Podcast i say the word right after everything. I don't need to like imprint. i heard it right. You understand though but listen they right and it's insane oral okay. What do you want to understand. okay. I love this. Well i have shed talk. I talk is Buckle up buttercup. So it's about the new sit version of cinderella wall the new versus cinderella nikki. Murray there's gaw sissy neighbor. Oh my god. I have seen ga. You have seen that. Oh my good fee for far be. Oh my god. I really want to watch that right now. I mean what would you me about the new cinderella. Well there's a new version of cinderella been driving around. I've been seeing the billboards for it and all the advertising they're doing another cinderella now this cinderella stars this pop singer actress type girl. I call her. Ian cabello because the little lgbtq center center. That was next door to me. Remember my the young kids that live next door the nabors. His name was ian cabello. So i call this girl. Ian camila cabello. 'cause i don't know it's cabello. I know that it's cabello. Yeah maybe it's camila cabello convenient. I love kobe. Oh i loved. You have nine well. She's the new cinderella. Now let me just. Just can i start off with the positive things. I'll make this quick the to positive things. The things that i loved about it was that made the fairy godmother of drag queen. it was was. That actor's neely porter billy puerto reporter. He did he. I think it's great. They the fairy godmother driving they also made this cinderella strong like the print. Said i choose you. I love you. I want you to marry me. Please choose me or whatever she goes. No i can't. I'm gonna choose i'm choosing me. She goes my career's important to me. Because she may dress in the dungeon senator out so it was nice that they made this cinderella strong. But let me just tell you you know how i hated christmas on the square parton. Donald parton movie at christmas christmas. It was the worst movie. I think i've ever seen king. This is probably the second worst movie i've ever seen. They missed the mark on this cinderella. It was so bad that i was angry. I was so angry. I wasted my time on it guy. They were going. Well they were trying to make it like glee slash high school musical slash moulin rouge and it was just so bad and in cabello was so bad on it like she was so unappealing and they made her kind of bitchy and unappealing and adina menzel. The girl that seems wicked and frozen on all that stuff. She was the wicked stepmother. And what is i'm john. Travolta call her adele museum trying to remove that earlier but she she She plays the wicked step mother and she's kind of good but his just the songs they picked they opened with janet jackson janet jackson's rhythm nation. And then they do this whole bad musical number and then at one point adina menzel seems material girl girl to her daughters whether hanging clothes. And i'm like 'cause she's trying to talk them into having the life of marrying a prince. The whole thing was so got an i swear. Prince charming gay hit the whoever played them has to eat so gay. I think general prince charming is is gay. I mean listen. We goes all over town trying to find another glass slipper. Hello i never thought of it like that. Most guys would be like. Oh that chick lost her shoe. He's like chick that's funny. Roz you know. The prince. Charming when i worked at disney land. The prince charming that would be in the parade and the sets and stuff. They were all gay and i have a lot of stories about them. One had his pants when time in the parade on his pants. Did you ever hook up with one of the prince charming. I think i hooked up with one of them. Yeah was who was the hottest disney characters that you hooked up with when you worked at disneyland. No god i it was probably that prince charming if i can remember that guy. The pd durable prince charming. Yeah peachable prince charming. My friend pointed out. I was like oh my god. Look fedral actually. Don't think it was impeachable. You're scalp waste your time on cinder loan. Own my god. I really wanna watch that right now. It'd be right. You're listening to straight talk with ross. Matthew looking back to the program everybody thinks for the love. Let's bring bring in gary back on. Bummer he land talk. You want to get off your chest. Yeah i can do what. I don't think house plants grow. I think he can i. I will touch a plan and it will die the next day. It'll be kidding. Do you water at every day. Over watering ask uttering it with boys to you smother on my god article a little bit little of and then you let it go make the plant earn it. It's gotta therapy. Yeah because if you over water something what does it do it. Drowns so much attention on something they do. You're gonna get killed. The relationship hain understood. Sometimes what you need to bloom. it's a little distance. Bella hard to get with your house. Plants step aside let the players get a little sunshine and then let that leaf reach out to you. Custody the to hear that loss. Good shock came. I want you to be rooted in love. But i need you to branch a little bit. Okay just leave them alone. Go out on another seed..
"adina" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Our three at 11 30, we're gonna be doing slow jams. This is where Rocco essentially he takes one of our segments that in the moment we thought was good. Radio, and then he slows it down to half speed, and it really really tells a story. It sure does. And generally, the story we sound like morons is what it comes down to. Do You think some people Think that we sound stupid in real time. Yes, I do. That's a bummer. Even after the juice. Was that supposed to help? Yeah, yeah, I think we're guilty of being big dummies. Well, that's a little bit of a bummer. Let's remind people about new listener rewards for the month of September. Well, you can enter to win one year of a can of pet food. That's cool, though. That's the good stuff, too. That's like the legit stuff. Yeah, there's also a yeti cooler up for grabs, courtesy of AARP. Just get registered for rewards. If you're not already and then listen on the stream, where the app and enter to win. And just go to my took one of 71 dot com. If you want keyword is rewards. Okay. All right. Now, listen, if it if it sounds like we're trying to be on our best behavior, it's because we are because you know we're going to be making our Radio show television debut. Many of you watch us on YouTube. Don't forget Follow my talk on YouTube if you don't already, But if you're near a television right now, you can turn on Channel five. They've got a new show called Minnesota Live just kicked off this week, anchored by Chris Haggard and make a new quest and on Fridays at about this time, they're going to check in with us, and we'll be able to share with them a little bit that's going on in the world of Of my talk 171, but we have to be. We have to be on good behavior. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Sit up straight. Don't be. Don't say anything dumb. No, no, no. We have built a cameraman here, making sure Bill do we look good? He's given us a thumbs up here, which is going to be great. Who looks better? No, no, no, Donna, No, don't. Don't make it like that in just a little bit. After we talk with Kristen Megan, there's an opportunity that dawn I'm going to want to run by you. Okay? Could make you $1300. Oh, if you would like to make $1300. I've got a way that you can do it, Don that frankly, I think you would be really down for and Donna and I would absolutely not be down for Oh, Oh, I can't wait to hear them willing to listen. So this is this is something that I think is going to be right up. Don Sally and I legitimately 4 $1300. I don't know if I do it because I'm thinking of the torment that it would cause me so we'll have to get to that. So don stick around for that, because we have a question for you a way for you to make some money. Love it. And here we go. It's our moment. Our moment is coming. Everybody stand down Patterson of the Don. And Steve Show on my talk one. Oh, 71, and And if all this is going correctly, which why wouldn't it? People on the radio can also hear us right now. You know, Steve, That's how you guys what they say. I think we can hear you. I don't even know if this has been pre taped. We don't know if we're in the studio right now with you thinking right now we pre record here. What's going on? We pre record all of our stuff That was on your show. Months in advance. This was shot in February of 2020. So don't tell us what happens. We're sort of late on our DVR. No, we are talking about a story this morning. Production is definitely in A story this morning that I want to run by you guys, and I would like us all to be vulnerable if we could if we could, because I think we have all had a John Travolta moment in our lives. Let's all go back to 2014 Remember John Travolta bless his heart was up there on the Oscar stage, and he was about to introduce Adina Menzel, who is going to be singing. Let it go. Adina Menzel is her name. We all remember that. This is how that went. Take a look. There will always be a special place in my heart for the movie musical. And for the songs that create the most memorable moments here to perform the Oscar nominated, gorgeously empowering song, Let it go from the Oscar winning animated movie frozen. Please welcome the wickedly talented one. And only together, does Oh, man can't handle. There's so there's so much good. I don't know what my favorite part is. There are two parts to that. Of course, there is the Adele Dazeem and.
"adina" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I'll tell you. Good afternoon. Happy Friday Eve. Oh, yeah, it is. Yeah. Third year Thursday, Alright, A Tina Menzel. She is admitting That her nickname Adele Dazeem was actually the greatest thing that ever happened to her. Really? I believe she got so much publicity. I feel like her face looked like she was passed at the moment. Yes, Laurie. Okay. When that happened at the 2014 Oscars. That was when John Travolta was on stage, introducing a demon's L and I believe that she was performing Let it go on the Oscar stage her big moment now. Idina Menzel, a Broadway star, You know she has been in. Uh yeah, Oscar. She had been doing things but this was like she's on a global stage, performing one of the biggest hits of the year. John's got a new fresh pressed, wiggle it on that he had styled for that head. And it looked great that wiggle it. It really did. That was actually one of his better oppressed Widlitz. Yes, And so then he introduces. Adina Menzel as Adele the wickedly talented Yes. He did disease, So we loved it. Oh, my God. We were going crazy on Twitter. Oh, well, the world would I mean because I backed it up. Everyone reversed. You were like what? Because we had a tape and we're like, What did he just say? Fucking lead, talented adult, but either, he said, I tell this you It was so dramatic, so like he couldn't really He didn't have his contacts in or something. He couldn't read your name. Yeah, and so mad was mad when it happened, but now reflecting she's had some time. That was seven years ago. She's doing a little carpool karaoke to do some press for the Cinderella movie that she's starring in. I Love That movie You love Cinderella. Did you watch it? No. Oh, I'm going to the It's so cute. Oh, really? Oh, it's so cute. Is that the modern musical mash up so much problems story loved it. So you loved it again. Julia did And I've heard it from other people. They really loved it. Fantastic Now, Julia, Did you like the soundtrack? Did you like the Camilla Cabello song? Yes. I loved all of it. Well, fabulous. Well, they're doing press doing alot carpool karaoke, and that's where Adina Menzel is, like. You know what this is Probably the best thing that ever happened to me. The greatest thing never happened to me. Yeah, because I still have to pause when I say demons, elves, make sure Don't say Adele Dazeem, but you know, he said, she said that John has written so many nice, apologetic emails sent flowers. You were so kind to make up for it. He would fly wherever at this point, and Adina says, I would just say no worries because it's the best thing that ever I totally believe that it was one of the best cringeworthy Funniest things ever. Oh, yes, very much so so. That's all. And you know, John Travolta is always quite funny when he I mean, he talks about it, and I mean, he was He handled it really well. And it was just like, you know, when you make up a new name, Julia, I do today. I made up a new one. Yo know, because today 50 years ago today Imagine the album came out in Yoko did the cover, but I called her Yo know we love that one. It's not a good one, not speaking. Fused with pro. Yo, right. Exactly. Yeah, Correct. Uh, let's get awkward with Jennifer Aniston. Oh, thank you for process. Thank you for posting this because I had watch the whole thing. Oh, my gosh. So this is an interview that Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon did on British television to promote the morning show season two. So they were talking with what they call over in the UK A British breakfast show. They were talking to the one show. It would be like a G m A. Yes, of course. Uh huh. And Jennifer Aniston. Really just couldn't be bothered doing press for this. You know what? Even she's terrible at press unless she is sitting down with, like Ellen or Jimmy Kimmel. Someone she knows she is a very She is just an actor who is awkward with the press. And she always has been. She talks with her hands. She kind of has a bitchy resting into like I'm interested in the question, but she's really not. She's not perky. He hasn't like. Recently or you are Julia. Like you would sit like I would be more like Jennifer Aniston. Like on that situation. Julia would be reached. She can't hide her her feelings either, Can you You're so right about that Lorries through. Yes. So Jennifer Aniston was asked about what it was like. Reinterpreting a morning show acting in that, and she talked about it as being that it was a slow burn. She called working on a morning show a very vampire state of life. And she said in mind that you guys live in. Everybody comes alive in the middle of the night, and it's a slow moving train. Which you could get What Jennifer Aniston was pointing out. Laborious way to say something to follow. Here's the thing. Did you watch the morning show? Holly? I didn't. Okay, So one of the things though that really comes across on this great great show and that they do make a big deal about But Jennifer Anderson Yeah, is the time that morning show people get up, which is three a.m., and they make a point of showing the alarm and just how do I And everybody's got a car. So like reset had no problem answering this. Jennifer Aniston cannot answer a press question about a project she's in. Unless it's Eleanor. Jimmy. She just can't do it. Maybe she can sit down with that. She's just a terrible interview. Well, bright. It's interesting because it's like, huh? You think that you would have been coached a little bit about the questions that these people were going to ask? You know, even when she was backstage in the media room, you know it, and it's a refreshingly real thing about her. She doesn't try and make it pretend she doesn't about it. You know, like she'd go like even a couple of people say, I don't really know what you're asking me here, right? So in that way, I mean, I do like that. But thank you for posting it because I was just like, yeah, She doesn't like doing these interviews..
"adina" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Most mostly when I talked with boomers, you know, friends and family, they just look at me like that's a scam. Can I buy anything in the store with it? I don't understand. It's on the Internet. Sounds like a scam, right? But that's exactly what I hear all the time when I'm trying to talk boomers into our tell boomers about Mitt Coin don't want to say talk rumors into it, because that's not my goal. But yeah, Bitcoin. I think the older you are the harder it is for people to wrap their mind around the whole concept of Of money are Internet money, or is my wife calls it magical Internet money? It's just hard for me to wrap their mind around that. What do you think? The reason is because we're so older. Yeah, I think you know if you grew up in an era where there was Let's say, like, you know what computers were cradling in your life and the mid nineties, right? So you would have been in your forties ish. Uh, it's really hard to come to grips with something that just lives natively on distributed Internet servers, basically right. So I think that's the big disconnect, and it's a lot of it is an age thing. It's much easier for Gen. Z and millennials to Intuit Bitcoin because we've grown up on the Internet and so to us. You know, things that live on the Internet are real things. They're not fake. Just like you know, I was talking to someone yesterday about, uh, e games. And they were saying, I don't understand how these kids would pay money to watch people play video games. They just couldn't conceive that. So there's a lot of things besides Bitcoin. That boomers just have a hard time understanding that younger generations take for granted and really don't see how they don't understand it, And I think that's another example. And that's a booming business. I mean, that's a huge business. Well, it's also you know, people, boomers have the problem that everybody has right which is like None of us understand money. We'd be lying if we said we did. I mean, we spend our whole lives in pursuit of this, You know, piece of paper in order to get the bigger house of the better car or whatever it is, And we don't really ever ask ourselves like what? What is money? How is it constructed? We just take it as a given. It's just you know the government. This dollar is worth a dollar because the government says it's worth a dollar, right. And when you were a kid, you know the money was back to gold. And then in 1971 Nixon closes the gold window, and suddenly the money is totally untethered. And so we're just surviving on the fumes of the gold standard now, and I think I wish more people understood the Bitcoins, actually not that progressive of the technology. It's more of a regressive technology because it restores what we used to have. And it institutes a new digital gold standard. Meaning you know your money is actually scares, so it's actually worth something. Somebody is willing to give you something, because scarcity is the bedrock of all, you know, value, right, Whereas if you look at the actions of the Fed what the Fed has done recently during this economic crisis and this pandemic, you know, sending stimulus checks that every Americans and they're talking about sending another round of stimulus checks. Every Americans. I think most people just don't ask themselves. Where does that money come from? Just where does it come from? They printed out of thin air. And when they do that it devalues all of our savings right. This is why it's becoming harder and harder to get ahead in America. It's why wealth inequality is growing like crazy like, for instance, the difference between your generation and my generation Is when you were at my age, your generation known 21% of the global occur that the American economy my generation owns 2.2%. We're 10 times poorer than our parents were. And that's sort of fundamentally against the laws of nature, right? Like you want to do more for your Children. You want to leave more for your Children then you had for you and I do know that individual baby boomers obviously have done that and are doing that. But in aggregate that has not happened, And so when you see the rioting in the streets, you know the social unrest, everything that's going on right now. This is all the response to the money being fundamentally broken. And people need to wake up to that fact. Well, I think you made several good points there. First of all people, including myself. I had no concept of what money was. I mean, I really didn't know what money was. I thought I knew what money was. But like you said, it's a piece of paper. All I really knew until actually until I read the Bitcoin standard from safe Adina Moose. Which I recommend to anyone. If they want to find out what money is that really goes into it from the time of seashells till now, So you need to know what money is. If you're going to try to understand what Bitcoin is, I think in our reality But you know your your other points you made. I know it at another point, but your other point you made about the amount of wealth. That one generation has compared to the other generation is a huge, huge deal, and I think that's partly one of the reasons we see what's happening in society today. As people are fed up with it, and I know I know a lot of people in the big The big meme is, you know the boomers screwed everything up..
"adina" Discussed on WBUR
"For you could be so pretty. He took even a second to comb that hair of yours. Uh, nice thing to start the interviewer. Oh, this modern take on the classic fairy tale from Amazon Studios comes complete with a soundtrack bursting with songs from Queen to edge, Suren. It's written and directed by Kay Cannon, who joins me now Welcome to the program. Hi. Thanks for having me And also, of course, the wonderful Idina Menzel, who plays that crafty stepmother. Welcome to you. Hi. This is a Cinderella that's trying to find a different kind of happy ending one on her own terms. You wrote this. Tell me why you wanted to re imagine this story. Well, I really wanted to modernize it in a way that I felt was maybe a little bit more relatable to what girls and how girls and young women In particular, are viewing themselves these days, and I would have never, ever thought about retelling the story had James Corden not come to me and said, What if we re told the story using contemporary songs and then I said to him, I was like, Wait, I could rewrite the story and take all the things that we love about it. But then give Cinderella drive and make her active and vocal and going for something and pursuing her dreams within a society that isn't allowing her to and Cinderella's stepmother, Vivian is, of course, such a driving part of the story. And you know what was your reaction when you were offered this role? I was relieved to know that we were going to explore this this character with more complexity and giving the audience uh, Bird's eye view into this woman's pain and her experience in life and why she acts the way she does. So I just I owe it all to K really because as an actress, she allowed me the opportunity to bring levels to the character and player in a more realistic, organic way. I mean, you've played characters before that have been vastly misunderstood the week Which of the West? Of course, Elsa from frozen. Would you say Vivian also falls into that category? Totally. I'm I guess I I gravitate to those kind of misunderstood characters. What I love about Vivian for me, and she's not singing. Let it go or defy gravity. Everybody just rise above it on fly. She's sort of She's sort of the voice of the patriarchy to me shoes. That voice saying No, you can't do it and And she is their opportunity to kind of rise above that and rebel and give voice to their their rage and their passion and their anger. Would you agree with that? K? I would absolutely agree with what you were just saying Adina is that like she represents The structure in which she has been grown up in her past experiences represents why she is the way she is and why she mothers the way she mothers with tough love because she truly believes that the only way you a woman improves her lot in life is to marry. And the Cinderella teaches her like No, they can be different. I got to talk about the music. Um,.
"adina" Discussed on Daily Pop
"You should that of having children. I'm so tired exactly. Children make you relax. They make you understand life and twenty six in ten years. She'll be thirty six that you know she'll be she has more children and whatever. Yeah and it's good to get it out the way to me about the way i agree. I'm happy they did. I'm happy they did to. I'm happy day. Our sound with their decision and anybody who doesn't like it can kiss her about okay. Thanks looks amazing because next adina menzel is telling us all about how she really about john. Travolta filleting her name. John you should probably change the channel for this one. Yes you shop dina. Mozelle is all about the silver lining. We'll never forget. When john travolta botched her name at the oscars but she told victor cruz. It was actually a good thing. Please welcome the wickedly. Talented one and only attended does the my life. Why was that the greatest day. Please tell us. I'll tell you why. Because i i was very insulted. Eight seconds apply had to open my mouth and singing alana speedboats though i got over that really quick and then i realized it was a really happy mistake because all the people that near means in the theater world loved me more and and all the people that didn't know me were like who is. That girl was helpful. That's amazing i can't believe he had seen. He sent me. Flowers policies stops something very nice man that i love that adele disease. And i'm telling you sometimes on live. Tv you're gonna miss pronounce especially like an david. I can barely. I cannot read an ultra on this show to save my life. For whatever reason i mean it happens and i think it's very classy then. He sent her flowers. That really speaks to who class. By the way. I remember when taylor swift and idaho. Konya thing happened and every single person in the press was like kinda dust halo wrong yada yada yada in all. I could think from a pr. Standpoint was this is going to not only elevate this woman to a new level. She is going to be submitted in history and she is going to rise from this. Yeah bigger and better than she did before. Yep and say what you want. And maybe maybe taylor swift is really mad at conway. But there is a tiny part of her. Maybe even a bigger part thanks has asked for doing what he did. A great yeah. She's forever grateful. I mean you have to be because what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. And she's definitely survive many scandals with that whole family and she really is still top of her game. People are obsessed with taylor. There's no turning against and i know. Look i look at kim. I'm sure she's like. Oh seventy today marriage. You wouldn't that marriage. I've been seventy two days. You would never married. Connie and you would not be re career it. Kim is laughing all the way the bank. she's got a massive career like everything is always something. Yeah and you know what this show is something because last week we were talking about ten last so and we were complaining about them only showing one episode and then the next friday. You gotta get the other episode girl. They put two episodes out. Thank you they do. Listen thanks for listening. I'm catching up on last. So now can we get free next week. Can we get apple. Tv members tomorrow you guys. The is showing us her amazing new line and telling us how she embarrassed her daughter. And we're hitting the cinderella carpet with communica bail. Adina menzel and billy porter got the name check up tonight at eleven thirty and join us every wednesday at eleven. Set your dvr. Follow us on instagram. We love you guys..
"adina" Discussed on The PoorMansPoetry.com Podcast
"Joe. He sees killing verse. Mrs why i chose to break this down as going to the bar. Just of gp. He's off the he put on like cheesy. If need be. I'll let her dina howard freak mec- don't just give it a balls. I in c. p. three all right. Let's start back up with the first bar just of gp. He's off the. He's that's an example of astronauts as i explained earlier. Aznar's is the repetition of the same vows using different continents. His choice of vows. There were the eastbound. Gp h- easy next he says put on on like jisi. If need be if you guys don't remember put on was off of jesus third album that was released in two thousand eight and it featured kanye west. It was one. Jesus biggest singles. The song is called put on. So as joe button says in that verse put on like jisi if need be he continues to say. I'll let her adina howard freak mec- don't just give it a eye in c. p. three all right let's break up a little bit freak me with a song by adina howard that was released back in nineteen ninety five off her debut album. Do you wanna ride and also if you guys don't know you guys watch the nba nowadays c. p. Three aka. Chris paul or cliff paul no from the state farm commercials. He's known for dishing out his assist in the nba. He's won the league leading one of the all time leading assist in the nba. He also has the same initials as his brother and his father. That's why they call him c. P. three so he does less joe biden said early. He just doesn't give them the balls. He's not c. p. Three you get the breakdown now all right. Let's keep it going the bar. Cushy felt the drink. Mike jerry nap and the stop right there. Joses she says you from jersey homes. You not a baller. Assist knob snapping chick you a new yorker all right. The consensus back in the mid-2000s was that the rap scene was kinda shifting towards the south and Back during that time there was a lot of snap and pop music mainly from the south making a lot of dance music from the cronk air from lit- from the little john's two year a d. Foils and fable. Who actually came out with the song. The laffy taffy the snap and pop dance but The consensus was there were a lot of new yorkers hopping on the south wave by doing a lot of the trendy dances such as the ones i stated earlier from fable in defoe. But i'm joe. Button was basically saying that since she's a new yorker she stop hopping on their wave and stay riding with our people. I let's keep going with the. It's almost over off with something like this. Call me to track everything. But a chick ever got off a dead white chocolate all right. But if a chick ever get out of order enor- got offer deta white chalker. That's an example of a double entendre. He said offer dead her white chalker. Some people would use lee use. The slaying of you know. I'm a dead person or basically when they say like the didn't them is just like they're forgetting about him they they don't want to associate with that person anymore. They don't want to have anything to do with them. But joe button is using his double entendre here to show her that If she ever gets out of order you know he got off a dead her white chalker so that saudi using them little meaning of actually denting her making are actually dead and putting the white chalk around yeah man so that actually concludes our emperor of the woman's coachie cloud episode forty seven now. Is that local breakdown over job addiction. Once then please make sure. They comment on australian platforms. Also in if you really really really please go back and check out earlier. Gado news thanks..
"adina" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Right, But this baby not to tell you, baby. He's also on apologies Album the song. It's called Party Life. Big, so good. Even when it's due to play my item in this weed prescription drugs. I had it all in my pit one in the head of my lepisto make the biggest case to get low shooting on stage are turning. So it's good. So yeah. Hate. No baby from the get Go for the student kids. You're my man, Your snow so win by the other party with them lanes. I read the Keep backing my people. Family matters like the window hearty like the mansion. Yes. Yeah, he ain't playing like we were coming out of this and he going full force can't wait to see him at festivals and concerts. When we talked to one of the pandemic, what's going on? You know, he was our guest a few times, man. He's ready. You'll stick around when the pandemic was going on. When we were more in zoom and things where you know we're really and you'll stick around your radios. Big boy's neighborhood, baby I o Mint. There isn't Quando Mary. I am. Then I dig out. Sorry, day or day. And why did he make get it Barren? Get dwelling me. Maybe also throw King by lives, You know, not they I more bad. Your culture's a bull Got little body like, you know, a lot of them are the champions will die. So that's our body When I'm not by your level, but all incoming lower salute on maybe Adina my bungalow. He's a bread that a bungalow is he doom Indeed, I shipping me to Lubango. The gambler Total thinking by onto me, Woman Thought, mother. You don't learn my girls are gonna be my gut Got about blood?.
"adina" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Yesterday by way, had a huge press conference with University of Louisville funding Cardinal coach Chris Mack. It's like an hour and a half. They covered it all, man, so trying to get the off season ready to go. So two new assistants and a new trainer because Fred Hina, which has been around you don't even know anything about sports. And you know Fred Hina, right? Of course. How do you know? What's he do? What did he do? He and his He's the laughing high five. You know. What's his name? Freddie? No. Yeah. The laughing for Adina lets a magician, not a circus. Always not know. Actually, Louisville basketball's biggest circus. Every once in a while. There's a new ops guy basketball ops guy because Fidel is now an assistant coach. He was the ops guy might take out a yesterday was basketball was getting stale. Yeah, I thought offensively they were very stale. Last year, it was Carly drives to the basket. Everyone knew he wasn't gonna pass. So if anyone else was going to score, it was gonna be an offensive rebound and put back on. I think you had Dino Gaudio. Has been with Chris Forever. They've known each other forever. There run similar systems not challenging each other. You had look Murray, who's learning under Chris Mack, not challenging him. No new ideas, and Chris looked at it all and said, we're not changing. So he grabbed a couple of different guys, and they mentioned the offense and the pay's on the tempo and I think he wants to change some things and he needs guys that have some new ideas. That's what I was going to say. Right, Dave. I'm a thunder stealer from way back. Do I had all that in the holster? Dude? Right here in my No, My gosh. No, they needed to put something up to. Plus. They've got somebody new players. Kentucky's gonna have six new They have up to six. I think transfers coming in to play. And then Louisville is gonna have 4 to 5. It's gonna be really difficult. I think it would be. Who them to make sure that they put more buckets in the best. Oh, thank you. That would be good. Yeah, I would definitely would help. If with the winds Yeah, thank you. So, you know everything. Really? It s so if Freddie has been around forever through Denny, Rick, I believe And then coach Mac, So he retired, s O. He is moving on. So they went a little younger. On bliss. Just be honest, The budgets aren't what they used to be around the University of Louisville, so I'm not sure what they're paying all these folks. Well, and how is the change? Being a trainer used to be you'd get a skinny little freshman right on as their body developed. You have a program and get them stronger every year. Now you get a kid for 45 months. Well, that's the workout guy. That's different. They have a different person that does that. That's the trainer is the getting The ankle, uh, healed up taping the ankles, making sure the knee once you twist to get it done. The fitness guys the whole don't look, they get a person for everything. There are more people supporting the team. Then there are teammates. No, there are you look at the team photo. There's an equal number of coaches and players. That's exactly right s. Oh, yeah, It's a little, uh, It was definitely in depth. They didn't run from any of the questions, and the media, of course, loved it. Right. Uh, let's check in on our bit going. And the real markets on NewsRadio 8 40. W. H S o.
"adina" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Motoring out to center ice. Opposite offer. Military Phil Poor Drag it across the lightning line. Right points fetching. I was checked by Sara Lee. Thoroughly A steel. Oh, Lord doesn't see it. Now He's got it across the blind, logical Cirelli open shoes and off the outside of the post. I think That of the goalie got a piece to deflect their wives. Chance there for Cirelli Caloric shorthanded one. Philosophy and other rush. All kind of stutter step his way to the Red line. It sanded in, but played by circuit Judge behind that, for David's have already turns with it has time Bouncing down the ice Grace is gonna leave this for erotic. Shot credited on that witness. A really so I guess it just went wide up the outside of the post. Here's the dean off the feed, deflecting it in from center, right? Savard, first to it up the far boards held in Joe Vellano. The point. It is Sam Gagne. Chinese Strides Love Circle. Idea chips across a stew Judita top of the right circle, a little pass deflected off. Slide area. I think Gord was standing there hit him and a pin balls back to the Detroit Ed. Was moronic, launching it for Medina back for Philip Erotic 11 seconds left in the penalty ironic strides into the lightning and CenterPoint Nice feed Less ago, Gagne. Aussies. Adina Dangerous here, Right Circle Right corner of Rana Steps in front for shot Save made back Lenny. Time winds out of the penalty. It's now off. Gagne keeps it alive, right circle. Process. Feet knocked away by Yanni, Gord Hill Motor Out to center court busting free across the blind, right circle. Just a pope. Check office stick. The last instant by the Kaiser otherwise scored, would've had a shot on net. Here's turn, Act following up right point. I've got gored wings are now over to win the game of the power play, Gore drops a low point in the gun up. Nice five point shoots. Block Point Has it again Left Circle rated point. His exact to the left corner point drags it by that. Point back of the right circle. Pass off a skeet Glendenning, a steel and it clear down the I spotted pursues it. In point jostle. What it comes up with it. Richard Panik Love Circle to the Left. Point. Mark, stall shoots, Mr. No wide, Right. Want rebound plot Still no score in this game. A lot of clear to set our eyes good steak lives from knocked it down and rolls it back in. Annihilating a.
Bodycam Video Shows Chicago Police Shooting of 13-Year-Old Boy
"Video has been released of the shooting death by police of a 13 year old boy in Chicago and officer is heard yelling. Drop it at Adam Toledo before he was shot. A still frame taken from the jumping nighttime footage appears to show Toledo wasn't holding anything and had his hands up or partially up. His family's attorney, Adina Weiss, Ortiz says it doesn't matter if the teenagers a choir boy or involved in untoward activity. The fact of the matter is that he was walking in the street, and he was shut shot unarmed before the video was released. Chicago Mere Lori Lightfoot choking up a times call for calm. We can't have that be. What are young people experience in our city? It will take all of us to turn this around. The mayor's in Chicago is traumatized by a long history of police, violence and misconduct. I'm Ed Donahue
Family demands answers after Chicago police shoot 13 year old
"Of a a 13 13 year year old old shot shot and and killed killed by by Chicago. Chicago. Police Police wants wants answers. answers. Police Police say say Adam Adam Toledo Toledo was was killed killed Monday Monday in in the the Little Little Village Village neighborhood neighborhood after after what what the the department department called called an an armed armed confrontation. confrontation. Adina Adina Weiss, Weiss, Ortiz's Ortiz's attorney attorney for for the the Toledo Toledo family, family, says says they they don't don't have have all all the the information information at at this this time. time. The The mother mother wants wants to to know know the the truth truth of of all all facts facts surrounding surrounding the the death death of of her her son, son, and and we we hope hope that that this this time time that that should should be be able able to to get get it. it. This This time. time. We We understand understand that that she'll she'll have have a a meeting meeting next next week week In In reviewing reviewing the the video, video,
Chicago officials call for release of video showing fatal police shooting of 13-year-old
"Of a 13 year old shot and killed by Chicago. Police wants answers. Police say Adam Toledo was killed Monday in the Little Village neighborhood after what the department called an armed confrontation. Adina Weiss, Ortiz's attorney for the Toledo family, says they don't have all the information at this time. The mother wants to know the truth of all facts surrounding the death of her son, and we hope that this time that should be able to get it. This time. We understand that she'll have a meeting next week In reviewing the video, Police Superintendent David Brown and Mayor Lori Lightfoot are calling for release of the body cam video of the fatal shooting. Copa says it's researching all legal avenues. Agency policy is to release all video within 60 days.
"adina" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And nurses. Stay safe with extra Jin traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1 kfbk. It'll be chilly tonight under clear skies Well, ceelo tonight 42 44 Tomorrow Plenty of sunshine will see a high tomorrow 62 to 66 cloudy skies Thursday Thursday will reach a high 61 to 65 I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shannon News 93.1 kfbk. It's 61 engulf 55 in El Dorado Hills and 63 Elk Grove. Ended for 22 at KFBK. It's time for your business and money News. Genevieve's Burford and brothers is now Cap trust and here certified financial planner Kelly Brothers Market Day, rocked by bond deals that are moving up on the reflation trade and bond yields going up. That's good for banks, but not so good. Or other parts of the market. So that kind of kept the market in check Today. The 10 year government bond yield is now backward was pre pandemic, believe it or not energy. Also moving around today is Of course, you have a big swath of the country shut down in some cases, rolling power outages of specially in Texas. So that was pushing energy prices around a little bit today. Final numbers doubt 64 5 31,022, NASDAQ Down 48 of 14,047, the S and P down two points. Gold Down. 24 10 Year bond Yield 1.31% All right, and that's Kelly brothers. There. It's 4 23. That news 93.1 kfbk building a better Sacramento kfbk afternoon News with Kitty O'Neil's well, A new mural is being created in Sacramento, Gen. Moore's the senior youth development director for the Y M. C A, and says it came out of necessity, really, and through working with other nonprofits. Super excited. I wanted a mural here forever, and it all started because I made a post on Facebook about the vandalism that we keep experiencing with graffiti and such on Whoa! And I took a picture and I'm just like this is so disheartening. And right now we can't afford to keep paying someone to cover this up and everybody is like you need a mural and then enter my friend that works for habitat, and she's like, Hey, I have just the thing. I've got a great team through AmeriCorps that has your list. So let's get this going so more has been working with an artist named Adina Hopkins with AmeriCorps and She tells us about the design of the mural, basically geometric, and it has these beautiful butterflies. The dog faced butterflies because that's our state butterfly. And the message is our future depends on you, which I thought really spoke well, because this is The child care center, and it really does depend on everybody out there like how they grow up and how their future evolved. And as excited as she is for the wine, sees Child development Center it 20th and W she hopes it's a gift to the community to I'm really hoping that it brings a nice message to the community and just visually appealing and things like that. Walking down. The train tracks aren't exactly ideal and pretty and and now it's going to have this beautiful mural for people to see if they go by on light rails. They walk their dog by things like that. Love to make it a nicer, beautiful thing to look at for all of sacramental. Now that again is Gen. Moore, and she's a senior youth development director for the Y M C. A. And she was going to send me some more updated pictures of this afternoon. Of the mural, but instead, unfortunately I got this message, she said. Vandalism was done to our child care van Over the weekend, someone tried to steal the catalytic converter and cause several $100 worth of damage in the process. That vandalism and all the rest that we have dealt with more recently is exactly why I chose the message. Our future depends on you. I want that message spread widely and hopefully people will stop and realize this is a child care facility. And their lives are impressionable. The community truly is responsible for their future. Make good choices, People..
"adina" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In breaching the U. S. Capitol. The FBI naming names 37 year old Kyle Fitzsimmons of Lebanon main 33 year old Brian McCreary of North Adams, Massachusetts, both arrested yesterday. ABC is Erica Turkey was on with us earlier today. He talked about the charges McCreary is facing, and he ended up. Uh uh, kind of Climbing a metal barrier and then ended up you know, right in the middle of this right. He's now facing charges. He was one of two people arrested in New England yesterday around along with a guy from Main court documents allege Fitz Simmons assaulted police while trying to get inside the about the building. Rather, McCreary was captured in photos already inside the Capitol. Well. Yesterday, House Democrats called former President Trump to testify at next week's impeachment trial. We get the update on this from CBS is Kris Van Cleave, who's on Capitol Hill, House Democrats surprised many here with a request for former President Trump to testify at his impeachment trial next week in the Senate. Former president's legal team called that a public relations stunt and said Mr Trump will not be testifying. Democrats say that could be used in the trial as an example of how the president has not taken responsibility. Out of the controversy surrounding a freshman lawmaker, Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene. Republicans say that Democrats voting to strip a lawmaker of their committees. Is playing with procedural fire never before in the history of this house as the majority abused its power in this way. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy also added that Democrats were opening the door for a tit for tat escalation where the majority party is free to punish members of the minority party with whom they disagree. Democrats say that Republicans had stepped up and taken action against Georgia lawmaker Marjorie Taylor Greene themselves as both parties have previously done with Aaron members, yesterday's vote would have been unnecessary. Area 11 House Republicans voted to strip green of those assignments as well in honor of black history Month a group of black Republican lawmakers want the National Museum of African American history and Culture. To honor Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Freshman representative Byron Donald's of Florida, wrote a letter that was signed by numerous others saying in part that the current exhibit at the museum falls short of representing Thomas Donald wrote quote black history transcends political correctness and partisanship. Overall, he says the museum honors its mission, but It is unfortunate to see pitfalls likely driven by irresponsible bias. A Celtics legend gets his covert vaccine or just arrived to get my Coleman shot on this one shot. I will block Celtics Hall of Famer Bill Russell, releasing a video of himself getting his cove in 19 vaccine. Dressed up with the Celtics, masking a Kobe Bryant tribute, hat number six was shown on Twitter, rolling up his left sleeve and getting his shot. Also harm doing, Marsh are Where's do this together? Russell is 86 years old. It is helping out the MBA with their vaccination outrage. Jim McKay, WBC Boston's news radio, Jim Mardi Gras will look different this year because of the pandemic. Crowds have already started to gather in the French quarter in New Orleans. That's causing officials there to consider implementing some tough restrictions. CBS is Mike McDaniel reports that could include closing the city's famous bars. Just a few steps off Bourbon Street. Adina de Felice is trying to prepare for an unpredictable Marty grab at the Starlight because of the pandemic. The bar, which caters to live music is struggling.
"adina" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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Adina Hoffman: Ben Hecht: Fighting Words, Moving Pictures
"I'm Michael Silver Blah this bookworm arm and today I'm very pleased to have as my guest. Adina Hoffman the Dina has written a life of the great almost mind boggling screenwriter Ben. Hecht the book has the Subtitle Fighting Words moving pictures this Ben Hecht had his. Oh would you say finger in so many tries He starts out now having moved with his family to the mid West as soon as he graduates from high school. He realizes this is. The college is not for him and he high tails it to Chicago where he becomes a very well-known newspaper this paper Man Song well known that his adventures in the newspaper business but come perhaps the most is famous play ever to be written about newspapers that he wrote with Charles MacArthur. Yes called the front page. The the front page becomes his girl Friday with cary grant and Rosalind Russell and thereby hangs a tale every the time Ben Hecht turns around. There's a revision of something. He's done a new who've version of it by someone else that he in turn revise right even his own memoirs has multiple versions of what happened to him in his own life life. He's kind of astonishing. This came from the days when face at a writer wrote right. These were people who wrote all the time there's also literary life that Hecht has in Chicago and actually this was one of the fascinating things for me is where his kind of the big city You know newspaper world met the world of the Chicago Renaissance and a lot of the people who were in that newspaper world. People like Carl Sandberg. who was a really good friend of Heck's you know he was also a reporter and they were sort of Newspaperman by day and then by night they were writing their poems in their novels and Hecht was not only hanging around with people like Sherwood Anderson Jason and he was also publishing in the little review which is unbelievable magazine? Push some of the first chapters of James Joyce's ulysses and they felt. What was her name? Margaret Anderson Anderson felt that Ben Heck was every bit as much a member of of the little review says dream straight. And he's there on almost every single issue. He was a kind of a pet of hers. He was sort of in love with her. She was unfortunately Very distracted by high art and she was also a lesbian was not interested in in that way but she loved him and she published him. Ben Has a great fiction writer. I mean he was. He fancied himself self novelist But he was very devoted to that calling but at the same time that he was writing. These very heavy breathing stories for Margaret Anderson. He was also writing he. He was whipping off these commercials stories for Lincoln at the smart set. HMO MINKIN was one of his heroes. Mencken was a cynic cynic and a sophisticated and he had every bit of hostility toward the dumb aspects of American culture. He was trying to make America smart op. He wrote fascinating essays sason books on the American language as opposed to British. We don't get an American writer per se until until Mark Twain who's writing the Mississippi River. Talk that he learned when he was a boatman. Well by the time you've got the middle of the country Chicago you've got gangsters you've got prohibition you've got flappers you've got an American language wood jr that was invented here and Hecht loved. -actly yeah and I think for me. That was one of the wonderful things about spending time with him. I was reading. This book was spending time with his language. I mean whatever you WANNA say about. Whether his books are wonderful books or not so wonderful books he was a wonderful maker of sentences and paragraphs graphs and just terrific wit on top of it and he and Macarthur wrote the front page. which was kind of Valentine to that newspaper World of Chicago? You go where they've both been cub reporters you see. He comes in to the newspaper office. Writing these things. In Extreme Telegraphy Telegraphy as as you quote them right they are made of twenty three delight phrases. He's putting them together hurling them together and eventually he's going to have some fame as the newspaper Komo's rining calms every every day made up of just what he heard some Hobo say right or what some very wealthy people were saying in a casino no to be a writer then will start out as journalists. That's where Hemingway starts. He proposed this idea of. But this daily column that you've mentioned which would become known as a thousand and one afternoons in Chicago and they're kind of remarkable pieces they're just little snippets and there's a sense that the news is not just test the news of the grant headline it's also all these sort of marginal lives and people. You know the guy who runs the laundromat and the woman who works as a manicurist and has to fend off her lecherous clients. There's a way in which he's tossing this stuff off in a very casual way reading them daily. They're published on the back page of the newspaper next to the to the comic strips and he's not taking them too seriously or taking himself too seriously and there's so much better than the fiction into which he was pouring his all of his artistic ambition. That just is not the effective whereas these things that he was doing kind of on the fly as you say they're wonderful and they're incredibly generous and sympathetic. You feel him identifying with all of the city of Chicago In a way they kind of anticipate the work of later colonists people like beat Hamill and Jimmy Breslin. Who would become more famous in a way for doing doing that? who may also by now have been forgotten but act. was doing that early on. I'm talking to Adina Hoffman about. Don't her book Ben. Hecht its subtitle fighting. Words moving pictures and it's published in the Jewish writers series series published by Yale University. Press you mention that a lot of these people have been forgotten even people more recent Jonathan head so why Ben Hair. Well IT'S A. It's the question that I get all the time. And it's a good question and I mean basically at some level I feel like I've known Ben Hecht before before I knew Ben Hecht if you grow up watching American movies. He's his words are in your head even if you've never heard his name and so and I used to watch a lot of old movies as a kid but it was only when I became more conscious conscious and started to read about film history I actually worked as a film critic throughout most of the ninety s Then I was very aware of who Ben Hecht was and I I read his wonderful memoir child trial of the century. And I thought wow you know okay the movies he's known as you know. Pauline Kale called him the greatest American screenwriter Gianluca Dard said he invented eighty percent percent. Of what is used in Hollywood movies today called him a genius and all of that is true but the fact is that for heck the movies were really just a piece of it and in some ways they were actually may be one of the smaller pieces pieces of it in that memoir is full of all these other lives that we've just been talking about so I was first of all fascinated by that multiplicity of his the fact that he could contain multitudes dude but I also was drawn to heck in terms of his relationship to Jewish things. And here's a place where he basically an American Jew who claims not to have really paid much attention to the fact of his Jewishness until his consciousness was sort of raised by the Holocaust there. He's been in Chicago. He knows the woman. Editing the little review he knows call Sandberg. He knows Sherwood Anderson he moves to New York becomes friends with Herman Mankiewicz Herman Mankiewicz and also the roundtable tape Dorothy Parker and Benchley and S J Perelman and the Algonquin New Yorker Gang. He he moves to Los Angeles. He does what's so many do he has nothing but contempt damned for the people who started the motion picture industry. You say that you're interested in Hicks. Judaism with those were hits Jews. He didn't like them. There are a lot of Jews in heck's life he was actually born on the lower east side and he spent the first few years of his life. There and I don't actually think that that's Unimportant I mean. He grew up in Racine Wisconsin. which is this pastoral American American place etc but there is a way in which those tenements were in him in a very deep
Adam Sandler shows his serious side in the manic 'Uncut Gems'
"Adam sandlers back. Apparently he's playing a dramatic role. So I will. We'll read the synopsis that Cynthia so kindly added to the podcast for me. So from claimed filmmakers Josh and Benny Safdie we south die comes an electrifying crime thriller. About Howard Ratner. Adam Sandler a charismatic New York City Jeweler always on the lookout for the next big score when he makes a series of high stakes bets that could lead to the windfall of a lifetime. Howard must perform a precarious high wire wire act balancing business family and encroaching adversaries on all sides in his relentless pursuit of the ultimate win? Sell the movie's called Uncut cut gem jeweler. Yeah and this movie is also set to release in a couple of days December thirteenth. Okay yeah and it's labeled as a surprise Christ Thriller Film Now when I first saw the trailer to this movie I actually saw at the movie theaters. Watch joker okay. So they played this film and Uncut Gems and to be honest. My initial reaction when I I saw the trailer. I wasn't impressed I was. I was confused. I was like what exactly exactly. You're okay so let's break this down. I think this film is going to be in my opinion. I think this film will be trash. ooh I think this is going to fall into the trash from genre really daily honest okay. So here's why one actor who is on the tail end of a successful career. who used to be in comedy? Who is trying a more serious role to one of the main stars is better known for her music than she is for her acting. Right which is Adina Menzel right. And and what did we learn in deep-sea. Ll Cool J.. Right T I in that movie that we talked about last week where it ended up being really awful right. So we've got two two out of like the three elements that we need. The only thing that we're missing is a director that nobody's ever heard of who is really passionate about this project also. We have a trailer that makes literally no sense. But okay so I would not have gleaned anything in that description from that tree right okay. I'm glad that you agree with me because uh when I first saw was like am I and I saw it twice right so I wanted to. I had to watch it twice. I was like am I like Nagaland by like what am I not grasp rasping because I can't understand apply just like drawers and like there's money and guns and vaults that he was a jeweler until I read the synopsis. Just now well I kind of put two and two together because I mean he was walking in a jewelry store. And then the name like uncut gems like I don't know that's just my thoughts but I don't understand like what exactly doc is his role like who is who is he hiding from running from what's going on. He's hiding in running from everybody. which is yet another reason why? I think this movie's going to end up being really bad because like in the trailer he says I'm GonNa make a bet on this over under and they're like there's no way that you win burr and he's like yeah but like like that's just part of the game and he's got this smug thing gone and like this is family friendly podcasts. I'm not gonNA reference all of the jokes in the language that there's some base level bad like race oriented jokes towards Adam Sandler in this film that they're like putting into the trailer as as if to like try to force you to think that it's trying to be this like edgy. Dark comedy but also is like a thriller and then like Adam Sandler's performance wants is just like so over the top smug than it looks gross. It feels like his acting feels like it belongs in a fake documentary right like a spoof documentary where he's playing like Borat like the character is just so outlandish and then you've got all these other dudes who are like these serious gangsters gangsters and Dina Mozelle. She's the one the woman who's playing his wife correct. I don't remember what she looks like. Actually playing somebody like definitely in the film Tom. She's playing she was she's she's playing Adam. SANDLERS girl I don't know why so out of place like the whole time time. She looked so out of place. You're just like even in her acting. It looked like she felt uncomfortable with what was happening in front of her. And he's like he's like you know I've made my decision vision. I'm leaving but I love you baby or something I don't know there's there's dialogue was weird like I don't I was just like left with a big question mark the whole time. I was watching the trailer and I'm a fan of Adam Sandler I love. I love all his comedy film. Fifty first date Zohar is just so so ridiculous. Oh it's so bad but so good so yeah I just. I don't know I was confused. I was a little disappointed because initially I was kind of excitement. Adam Sandler sound like what is he doing now and I just I completely missed the whole point of the trail or the ply and I don't get it yet. Judging by the trailer this movie is not going to be good but in the show notes you wrote something about what the critics say show that. Yeah so this was surprising saw was looking through different sides of talk credits who are who raided the movie and it surprisingly they rated this movie very high. Ninety five percent. Tomato made to- meter score on tomatoes. which that's like incredibly high for rotten tomatoes and one of the reviews from the top critic said uncut gems was my most stressful cinematic experience of twenty nineteen it was also one of the best and then another critic said Adam Sandler deserves an Oscar for his riveting performance uncut gems? He's absolutely brilliant here. So I don't know because he's all the most of the reviews. I was reading pretty pretty good highly praising the movie so so like the trailer just isn't doing justice. Not The point of the trailer. Are they try Giardi. And so it's like how you said it's so trash like you have to go see it because you're entry on what it's about well. What happens quite often with things like this right? So you've got this movie. That's about this like drama and this guy like a wolf on Wall Street is a great example right and this feels kind of like. It's trying to do it. Wolf on Wall Street did with business but with like betting or gambling dude who lives his high flying life but also trying to be this family guy and ultimately he's not gonna be able to do both so he has to make a decision and then there's all these as other influencing factors that people who are trying to get him and wolf on Wall Street it was like the International Trade Commission or the Federal Trade Commission. Yeah there was the FTC. So they're all trying to get him the whole time trying to catch him for drug possession embezzlement and fraud and all this other stuff and so but in this movie. It's it's Adam Sandler who's trying to play this system in the gambling world. And he's got all these people who are like illegitimate after him so it's like not cops or anything like that. That are going after Adam Sandler. It's like gangsters is what it seems like an bookies which does seem like these fight scenes. Were Adam Sandler. Just like he looks looks like woefully unequipped to be had. A fight with any of these people Just doesn't make any