35 Burst results for "Allegra"

"allegra" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"allegra" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Available. I think it's fantastic. I'm just championing one word responses to your picks this week for dead. It was anthemic for this it was ferocious. And you said, for us, we should interview these young women because that is a fascinating story, Greg. And we certainly hope they're continuing or able to continue to make noise. I'm going to Brooklyn now. Indie rock central. But for a group called mama that is led by two young women who first met in high school in Los Angeles. They have just released their second album. Household name. They are not. Maybe they will become that. They deserve to, because this is angry, but super melodic alternative rock pop of the early 90s era. You know, I hear a lot of veruca salt here. There are other heroes include the breeders. You know, I'm just going back and forth, back and forth back and forth on whether to illuminate at all who these young women are. One name Allegra weingarten. She is the daughter. Now 20 something of Mark weingarten, one of our old peers. I love this pan. I don't care that the hell with you. I'm sorry Allegra. You mentioned dad, because she had gone through what she calls a really messy breakup. So on top of the disorientation and disruption and pain of the pandemic was this heartbreak and she just said, I channeled it all into motivation to make the record as best as it could be. I love this whole album. I'm going to play a track called medicine. The music is the

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"allegra" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"allegra" Discussed on Native America Calling

"That's also one eight hundred nine nine native and we were just talking about Next station and what actually happens to the corn during this really scientific process but You know folks still do today with hardwood ash. Raw corn water rinsing All kinds of awesome stuff that Really transforms corn into just this. You know other whole other kind of product. I mean corn tortillas I've done this process before my own kitchen. And this was part of research for another project. That i did a couple months ago with america's test kitchen They have a podcast called proof and a produced a episode for them about next mutation. And if you're curious to Listen to that one it features naphtali. Who's a guest today. It features a dave smoke mcklusky who is also a guest today. will posted on our website. So you can listen to that and here a little bit more about next position. But i like to actually go back to naphtali. I know we were Kind of getting into the The nutritional part of everything and you mentioned just before the break that europeans Seem like they just this hold. Next mutation process the Entirely when they got a hold of corn. What happened after that. i mean what. What hard lessons did They have to learn when they got a hold of corn but completely forgot about next position. Yes so if there's the this call allegra The the you can get from eating for meeting corn without molestation and that was the effect for a european sprat cord back to europe and a bring didn't bring a mix molestation with them. They got sick. They they got seeking a basically Basically a turnstile. They indigenous peoples noah more than than europeans gave him credit for. So that's that's one example..

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"allegra" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"allegra" Discussed on ESPN FC

"O. Reilly indeed event is taking the lead with boys king then obviously spades declining back if you get to see the highlight. I think the celebration for jaws equalizer will look familiar familiar to fans of a certain cr seven not going to go out and guess who inspired who but then in the end you've pulling it out and i think it's significant that it's equal ks scoring a great goal and and monetize the link because remember those three guys keen keys and especially delinked. Those were guys who people thought. Well these kind of overlooking them does not trust them. Why don't they get more playing time. They did so mid week against. And i think they gave. They gave a very very strong response. And i think they certainly staked claim for why they should be getting more playing gun. certainly delinked. so you've got perfect nice win from behind. Turn the corner down off. We go no not at all because it's been five games and they have five points. A game is is barely avoiding relegation. So no they need to go on and they need to do better. There's no question about it. there are positives to take. Obviously they showed the reaction allegra came out and said what would he likes to say. I thoroughly disagree with is like oh i like the way the team suffered been show that they knew how to suffer which i never see as as as as a good thing but obviously he does but i think it does remind you all attorneys to guys who are playing I think he will have some selection headaches. Possibly going forward look leglise veteran guy. Maybe this is what he wanted. A reaction from the lake but i think certainly it's going to be hard to keep these guys out of the lineup. Let's take a look at how things stand offer. Those matches.

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"allegra" Discussed on The Mom Hour

The Mom Hour

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"allegra" Discussed on The Mom Hour

"And that's a bummer. 'cause i think school plays are so fun. Drama at our old school was left up to the teachers so in like third fourth fifth grade. If the teacher was really like into that they would put on a play but it was. It wasn't there wasn't any real drama at school but visual and music and then there was a little bit of band opportunity at our old school and there is a little bit of that at this school so i think we're i know we're very fortunate as as it goes middle. School allegra is at a private middle school. And it's just it's just sort of a different model I don't know what the public junior highs are getting here. When i was there you chose choose band orchestra. Drama and i chose drama but there was a little bit in at the junior high not a lot. Okay yeah here at the elementary school kids rotate teachers rotate through to do our music. And then there's like a performance every year like the elementary school kids put on a performance. And it's always the same for that grade so i got to see. All of my kids do the same performances. Ito like the third grade. They're all do the nutcracker so that's kind of but not really. The music teacher teaches a dramatic thing. Right jim so they have. Pe which is considered a special and actually learn kind of a lot of different sports and things and peace kinda cool and then thinking for that might be it in elementary and then middle school. I'm it's interesting. Because they rotate through select clara. You can choose between band or orchestra choir and jim and then they also rotate through art industrial. Tech- okay just one of them's like woodwork. They don't call it woodshop anymore. But it's basically woodshop and other metalwork and things like that. And i think there's one of their maybe it's health. It's kind of silly did high. But even less i don't think choir was. I don't think choir was an option. And i don't i think art was an elective but i don't i don't know yeah. That sounds like nice. Great yeah they do in high school. It's all electives and that's right. Things get a lot more specialized narrow down so right. Yeah yeah yeah Well we've touched on this already so we can probably be briefed. But i did think it would be interesting to look at with our kids. These ages did the pandemic stop. Start or reset anything that your family had going on and did it change at all and for me. We moved and i mentioned that at the beginning so literally the pandemic habit and then we move so we were starting fresh and that was actually really good. Because we didn't do anything. And i wasn't forced to be like okay. Let's do dance on zoom like we just we had quit everything with the move and we only re entered very slowly and i think that was kind of a blessing. If we'd stayed. I guess we would have kept. We probably would have done some virtual. Taekwondo i guess and like tried to figure out some other things but so that was. That was how it changed for us about you. Well it's.

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"allegra" Discussed on The Mom Hour

The Mom Hour

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"allegra" Discussed on The Mom Hour

"You don't join them before school. Starts you wait. You find out about them. Join him during the first week or two so right. That's where we're at. How you nice. Okay well allegra is thirteen and in eighth grade and she back in late march of last school year. So the kovic. Although by spring things were looking kind of optimistic here and she decided she wanted to take dance and she kept telling me that she had a friend at school. Who was in dance. And i in my mind. I'm thinking well. You guys are turning thirteen like this friend has probably been dancing since she was five like. You're not going to be in her class or level and she finally said mom no stella is also a beginner like she's in a beginning teen jazz and i was like okay really like honestly that was like my preconception of starting dance as a teenager was like okay. Well you can do. But that's going to be hard because so many kids have been doing it forever. Well turns out her studio has. It's almost all teenagers so they don't turn through a lot of little tiny tights leotard. Three and four year olds It's more tween and teen and there are a lot of opportunities to start as a beginner. Which i thought was awesome so she. She started in jazz last year learned. The choreography performed in a in the spring concert. She's literally had not really even taken any technique because by the time she joined they were just working on the dance every week like they were really just in rehearsal and in my mind again. I'm like like you've never even. You don't even know technique and you're like performing to get hurt anyway. So now this fall. She is properly enrolled in teen ballet jazz and teen hip hop all at the beginning level. And she's loving it. And i just think it's really cool that there is that there isn't the stigma that you have. You know you didn't start when you were six years old so i think that's pretty awesome..

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"allegra" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"allegra" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"I'm just fascinated by the the the business story behind this movie because its smashed the box office this weekend right i mean in the midst of the delta varian in the midst of this summer where movies like black widow have been real disappointment at the box office. And where you know. These big corporations can't decide. Are we gonna do simultaneous streaming. Are we going to stream only. Are we going to show in theaters. Only nobody has been able to solve this riddle of how to bring people back to the box office and suddenly there's this movie with a completely almost completely asian american cast right. There's very few characters in this movie. Who are not either asian or asian american The first marvel movie that that's been true for one of the first movies period in crazy. Rich asians is another that been a few more but really one of the first blockbuster movies that's been all asian cast and it absolutely kills at the box office Domestically of course internationally it will. It will well as well for the same reason. So i'm really really interested in in that part of the movie as well and i hope we can talk about that a bit your allegra before we get there. Just tell me what you thought of it as a movie. I've really enjoyed it especially coming in with lower expectations of this is a new character. I've no familiarity with i. You know i saw. I've tapped out of marvel. I enjoyed black widow enjoyed and game. But it's it's been a minute and there's reasons to not be as being stoked for this one but i think the the humor's there the storytelling is really smart and as dana said the haves all meet up in the threads tied up nicely and it does a good job of connecting itself back to the mc you with while also being real standalone. And i think it's just a lot of fun. The action was great. And i really appreciated that. It was a predominantly asian cast So yeah i had a whole blast with it. And i think you know the the good reviews it got and the excitement of it being such a unique property in the Mc you generated interest and this also being very slow weekend in the theatrical release schedule being quite empty i. I was really happy to see that. This movie in particular has done so well because i think it's great. I had a great time. I was lucky to and as we all were. We were able to go safely to theater and for those who have the same privilege. I'm glad they were able to even though i feel dumb feeding into marvel's capitalistic schemes. Here but this is a movie that really benefits on the big benefits from the big screen. Yeah well i mean another part of my experience of seeing this movie i. It's not the first movie. I've seen commercially in a theater since the delta area since the pandemic but it was the first packed one and i really appreciate that theater i saw it at..

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"allegra" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"allegra" Discussed on Trumpcast

"Calls guys out all the time and ultimately you will get to answer the questions that women have been asking themselves for decades to good guys. I deserved always finish. Last and do f- choice. Always have to finish on our face. And so i think she really helps the show feel more progressive. But at the same time i feel like we are still stuck in. The whole mythology are narrative that it is up to women to save men from themselves from their fuck bojnice and all of that so before we go to our next break. How did you feel sort of as feminist watching the show. Do we have to turn in our cards if we enjoy this show. Well it's interesting because my original answer was i mean no. I believe we should be able to enjoy what we want to enjoy. And i think our reaction to this show the fact that we're having this kind of conversation. It suggests that we're not just taking away. You know the lessons they're trying to impart upon us. Which often are the problematic. We can fix men or we can't like some men suck which at that. I mean some then suck is a much better lesson than if we put in the time. Yeah the man yes. We'll be better right. So i think it says a lot about us the two of us mostly you for educating me here. This is what happens when you when you've been married to a really amazing man for a very long time see still. I'm still too young for that. I have a very loving lovely partner. But i am not far out of the you know the crappy guy phase or history of it that i i still. I'm like i mean. Maybe if i stick around logger but i think i think the fact that we can have these conversations and we're not totally watching just buying into the the crap that it is sort of pedaling. I think that you know. We don't have to shame ourselves. But when i was watching and i was like a little bit like come on. You know you don't choose this guy because the work you're putting in is not going to do anything like i was still watching it for what it was too. But i think that's fine. We can still enjoy show like this and not hate ourselves for it. Totally we just want to have are guilty pleasures. And i don't think there's anything wrong with wanting guilty pleasure as long as you go into it sort of with your eyes open and occasionally listening to allegra and i chat about it so we're going to take a break here. But if you're enjoying.

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"allegra" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"allegra" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Before we had out we want to give some recommendations allegra. What are you loving right now. Okay so i am obsessed with this new video game. It is a free to play video game on the nintendo switch. I will preface this by saying anything. Poke on does i will follow blindly so maybe take it a little bit with a grain of salt..

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"allegra" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"allegra" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"So allegra i have a confession to make a boy my freshman year of college. I was obsessed with what i now know is a god. Awful show called the pickup artist. Are you familiar with this show. I remember the show was remind me was the host's name like mystery is nameless mystery. Yeah horror these terrible hats and had goggles and his wing man was named matador so for people who have not had their eyes and ears tainted by the show allowing catch up the pickup artist. Start this guy who takes a bunch of guys that are you know. Awkward around women and in his own way teaches them to be jerks around women with the promise that if you're a dick to women they will inevitably like you. I mean looking back. I don't know why watch this show is very hard to find clips of the show online. I'm pretty sure that each one is rightfully trying to forget this ever aired. But i did find one and i think it gives you a pretty good idea of what is going on with the show. Take a look at matador. Nine showing the boys how it's done mystery and matador went into the club to show us how it's done. And we got to watch it all surveillance game rotate out. Where are you right off. The bat like mystery was talking to the bartender. Matador talking to another girl. I mean before they even got into club..

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"allegra" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"allegra" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Say fuck boy. Now every episode you get a new pair of women to talk about the thing. We can't get off our minds and for today. You've got me. Shane roth producer of this. Show the waves and all around podcast producer for slate. And you've got me allegra frank. A senior editor for sleep culture team..

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"allegra" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"allegra" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

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"allegra" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"allegra" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"And i guess more spoilers it was kind of revealed that maybe not everyone is who you think they are the end of the most recent spiderman movie that some people are scroll so some people think that maybe it's this going on. I personally have my doubts but it could be very well could be so this kind of gives me this feeling as does a lot of face for that is the new world and what it was when a lot of these heroes got their start and that we need to adapt which in some cases could be good and others could be bad the way she speaks sounds very that ends justify the means to me the business cards she gives to john walker as a whiteside and a black side press meaning she sees good and good and bad his like ultimately the same and or she is willing to cross lines to be on whatever side is winning or search her best at any given moment are maybe she just thought it looked cool as possible that i'm reading too much into these things. The writers have said that this character is going to have a bigger part to play. So we'll see and speaking of marvel villains definitely planning on coming back and talking about rivonia translator from loki soon. I know probably a lot of people have questions after that season finale because it just got renewed so yeah definitely. I'm ready loss of things. All of the so many things that will i ever get to them all. That's a great question. It is an excellent question and listeners. If there's somebody you want me to move to the top of the list. If you've got questions about some fictional women please let us know you.

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"allegra" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"allegra" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"She went onto secretly infiltrate hydra the evil organization. That for those out of the loop. This part i knew becoming madame hydra which is not how it goes in the tv version. Arvo batum hydros like title so multiple people have been madame hydra but also. I'm pretty sure. I just read while i was researching this that yes the show might not be cannon anymore so i don't know they always things out of cannon okay. We turned that she's actually a russian triple agent who originally was for leviathan. A top secret soviet sci and spy organization before being recruited into shield as a sleeper agent. And then hydra lord. One of her bangles was helping leviathans leader. Recover the ability to create superhumans. She convinced hydra still a powerful object called the box and install it for leviathan before turning herself over and being imprisoned and then italian noblewoman thing an identity given to her and her family by leviathan leviathan recruited her as a child after her parents also leviathan ages were killed by russian ages. What yeah less. She's clearly very smart. A great liar and great. Reading people knows a lot of languages you know on that agent and of course she old nick fury she defeated him in hand combat to which he's getting older and i'm pretty sure this leviathan reveal that she was still working for the leviathan happened in twenty twelve. Kind of recently. I could be wrong but this was like an ongoing weight. She's an hydra. Oh wait leviathan. Though time yes very messy and speaking of. Oh my goodness relationship drama. Aside so when. Valentina gets jealous fury for flirting with an x she flirts with steve rogers aka captain america which gets her in trouble with her superior at the time. Share and carter and you can see our previous fictional women episode for more about her and fury confronts captain america.

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"allegra" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"allegra" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"This is annie as mesa and welcome to stuff. I never told you. Production of iheartradio so welcome to another episode of our segments sub segment sub sub segment fixing all women around the world. And i'm going to start off right at the top that spoilers. This is a spoiler alert for recent marvel stuff. Even telling you what it is would be spoiler. I think but any recent marvel thing not going in depth but the topic itself. Yeah it's kind of a spoiler. In fact for samantha who you have not seen black widow you have you. Oh no. I have not yup. It's very brief. it's very minor. I'm not. It's not really giving too much away. So here's a pause. You can come back later if you absolutely don't want any spoilers of any kind okay. I'm leaving the you're obligated to be spoiled by me for those who are still here today. We're talking about contessa valentina. Elrick gra day fontaine who goes by vowel often. But she says don't call her val recently portrayed in the falcon in the winter soldier and black widow by julia. Louis dreyfuss interesting to think that black widow was supposed to come out first so that should have been our first introduction to her but obviously thinks it play out that way so most people saw her in the falcon in the winter soldier..

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"allegra" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"allegra" Discussed on ESPN FC

"This job and work with these planets again. If you're allegra stevie how hard would you push to get an extension to announce his contract. I said telephone because there's a huge difference between no into our montaigne physically right. You know things can go quick when you start getting pasta. If i things get how the things go quicker stamina disappears your balance leaves you. I mean the so many things can happen to boarding the next year but the thing is fairly six goals in five assists. Yeah you can't. You can't not respect and if and if somebody came to yoon said by the way allegra i've got a guy who lie shia and syria school goals and five assists and fall on games. Are you interested in randolph. So there's no question. He absolutely deserves what he's getting right now for next the next season common here again you have to look at it again. Two months time and he's not just a year round he wouldn't be happy with just tension so that obviously plays into the hands of the negotiations. Just ponding you think. Mls yes but then part of me also says enor- for that to work. There's got to be a pay cut. She'll thirty million dollars after taxes. That's not in play. And i was not even close not even monopoly money. Say close to that. Look you push if you're a negative of course but if you're juventus and you're looking long term you almost have to. You almost have to look past the thirty six goals. You almost have to say to yourself men. We can nod do a multi year contract at this sort of money. It has to work financially for us. And there's gotta be a major pay cut and he's got to take a major hometown discount and this would address ronaldo an address it directly with him and from what we know of renaldo. Does this look like a guy that would take a significant pay cut. I don't think so and so at what point does he say to himself..

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"allegra" Discussed on Mo Egger

Mo Egger

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"allegra" Discussed on Mo Egger

"I'm allegra this is. Espn thirty thank you. Thanks so much for listening Hopefully your weekend is off to a great start from a weather perspective In worrying kenwood. Which i don't know what's it like. Seven eight miles north of downtown cincinnati. It ain't good. The tarp has been on the field since about two o'clock. A great american ballpark. And i follow a lot of local meteorologists on twitter across a.

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Eureka O'Hara: The Drag Race All Stars Season 6 Winner

LGBTQ&A

02:43 min | 1 year ago

Eureka O'Hara: The Drag Race All Stars Season 6 Winner

"So you've talked before. About how before drag race you lived as a trans woman for five years and then you decided that that's or you realize that's not actually who you are. Can you just talk about your early experience gender and what led you to think that you might be a trans woman. Oh yeah of. Course why i to reiterate into the versus me figuring out that i'm not. I think it was more of like discovering that. I'm like all of these things you know what i'm saying. Expansion the weirdly. Like i think the trans person that i was is a huge part of who i am now. It's just like a more elevated self perception and then also like some description as far as like gender goes that's where gender neutrality i think comes in right. I just remember growing up. Well i i grew up with all women. So four women I remember being younger. And like the little gameboy and we always like wanted to be a girl. Because it'd be easier. I think we'll have those thoughts a little bit at some point in our life like oh like dealing with the persecution of it or likes negatively or like the self inflicted ideas that we put on ourselves because of other people's opinions we automatically assume that it's a bad thing and how much easier beats like. Just be a girl so then you could wear pretty and for things and you could like boys and you know all these things that you want. Do play with barbies etc. So that was kind of a star. I think and then i met a guy when i was like eighteen. Who was really interested in eureka and i clicked with him really well so then like i was already doing drag and i was living with a trans woman at the time so it just seems like so many factors of my mind mike. My thought process was adding up to this like okay. You're not leaving your authentic self. Maybe this is something you should discover and then the boy comes in. Because and i call him a boy because he turned out not to be a man. Okay reading like in allegra boswell sands so the boy was also there for like that. Validation i guess my having someone to support me through it because he was more interested in eureka. So that's why. I kind of brought that up because the thought process was more from like growing up and then living with the transvaal man and just having those ideas kind of for a long time anyway dating him he he really isn't do eureka. Your drag character and so it's like you're getting all the validation about the feminine side of noon that an interesting. It was interesting but it was like. I really liked him. You know and he was like the first time i ever had like had a guy that could consider like a real interested in mike relationship type situation and saddam was just like you know fell head over heels really quickly so i would have done just about anything but i was already thinking these things. I can't really say like. Oh well i did it. Because i met this guy no i had the quote unquote balls. Elevate or the lack thereof to push myself to do it. Because i had like this validation from the opposite sex or however you want to describe the gender of that situation. I don't know how would talk about that.

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"allegra" Discussed on The Mom Hour

The Mom Hour

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"allegra" Discussed on The Mom Hour

"This is a much more gradual but the intense years would have been five six seven inflexibility. Looks like a lot of things. And i know we have a lot of listeners. With kids with this with the struggle for read. One of the biggest triggers was expecting a plan and having it change at last minute especially if that involve fun so plans getting cancelled or like arriving somewhere and it being closed or having to adjust like know we thought we were going to order pizza for dinner but for variety of reasons. We decided we're going to go out for burgers instead it doesn't matter how great the burgers are it's the it's the removal of the thing. He thought was going to happen and again. I've told many of these stories on the show. But i'll just tell an anecdote from just the other day which was another one of these moments where it's like. Oh my gosh. This is like such a game changer. we went to. let's see. I told we picked allegra at her like camping. And then i told them i was gonna take them to the downtown library where he had been once this summer already. So we knew it's like we knew it's kovic rules and we knew it was back open. We're we're gonna go to the downtown library and we went and we parked and we walked around and it was closed and they close at two on tuesdays. And we hadn't known and you know he's eleven so he's not going to crumble into tears but he he could still be pretty like it's almost like he demands a he demands a refund on life. It's like it's like this today. Then we have to come back tomorrow. He'll still get a little bit like that. Even at eleven and i just kind of looked at him and he took it he took it really well and i said well we'll go to the little branch library that's by our house on the way home and he kind of just took it inside and then we walked around the corner and there's this new space called it's called the crafters library. I'm very intrigued by this. And it's like a pop in craft studio where you can go and pay by the hour and use all their cool like crackup machines and like three d. Printers unlike these cool like contraptions or you can bring your own..

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Ancelotti's Real Return

ESPN FC

01:24 min | 1 year ago

Ancelotti's Real Return

"Big news today of course in spain carlo ancelotti back in charge of real madrid and he is left. Edison and pulls this is a man who's had so much success with real madrid over the years said we discussing yesterday. A lot happened in twenty four hours. Sunny is not is very much a left field choice. He's very much surprise. I think from almost everybody's perspective. I guess it suits in. I think really and truly row madrid's options were relatively limited. Of course they thought they had allegra in and that wasn't the case he went to the event. They thought they had a chance of getting project. Tina of power sanjay man. That's turned out to be very difficult. The contact question. I must confess are not fully. I don't fully understand why that has become a more plausible option for them in angeletti becomes a choice but man they know very well. Amanda will accept some of the difficulties that go coaching around madrid. Who's been there before. Who's been happy about it before as accepted it as well. you know. it's just something to be up to coach at club madrid. I why this is a kind of a comfort choice now. Of course the question mark is for how long. How long does this remain a comfort choice. Whichever one is happy with but for the time being at least this kind of puts out the fires. And i think that's the main the main way to interpret.

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Ben Okri Reads Franz Kafka

The New Yorker: Fiction

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Ben Okri Reads Franz Kafka

"Hi ben. Welcome so when we started talking about doing the podcast. one thing. That was very clear to me. Was that you feel an affinity with kafka's work. What is it that makes what he does important to. You is hard to say the more you read kafka the more confusing it is actually He's someone who gets more mysterious with more. Acquaintance is very strange. And i think it's the deceptive quality. Has i think. Actually i think is the way. His mind probes reality. It's a universalising quantity that his mind has. He's trying to himself either because of some deep trauma in his life because of what he felt about life at trained himself as a storyteller to constantly allegra allies while at the same time being deeply particular and nobody no other writer developed it to the degree That he had and also like his voice is voices. Most peculiar of course. I don't read the german and the same german. His voices peculiarly plain sometimes bureaucratically plane but all translations into english and michael's we saw most beautiful while the best he. Has this voice that. Tom manages to bypass your your brain and it goes straight into your psyche. He's found this tone this very normal tone that just slowly shifts Into completely unexpected places without any without any striving

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Exploring Gender With Dr. Gee

Therapy for Black Girls

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Exploring Gender With Dr. Gee

"Thank you so much for joining us today. Dr g and q. It's a pleasure to be in conversation with you. yes it is. I'm so glad that you were able to squeeze into your schedule. And i would love for you to start bunches telling us a little bit about yourself as well as your practice. And what brought you into the field of psychology. Sure allegra-d delight to warm first generation afro-caribbean gender queer being and i am a writer. I'm a psychologist public speaker of british chaplain. I always tell people if it's something to do with women as if it's about liberation than that's what i center and that's what i do so. My clinical practice focuses much on the liberation of by poc and lgbtq mines and so that will look like somatic work. Existential work afro-centric work when i do a lot of trauma or work and they've been doing backer last over fifteen years at this point. We just stopped counting after ten. Yeah so a lot of people who find their way to me seem to be change. Makers activists men people who really appreciate the process of growth and transformation in their own lives but intergenerational. You know i'm always so inspired by how people in psychology how to just make their own spaces in like figure out how to use what we've been taught but then transform it you know we're communities that are not typically what we're trained on so i would love to hear like how you've been able to kind of do continuing education or other work that has allowed you to like expand your practice in this way. I feel like a was really blessed for the school. That i went to i went to the chicago school professional psychology and chicago and they were so community based and so from there. Learn to just go to the community to learn about whomever and what what wasn't covered in school.

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Living an Interference Free Life with Essential Oils

The Essential Oil Revolution

04:06 min | 2 years ago

Living an Interference Free Life with Essential Oils

"I'm here with dr greg barnes. He's a chiropractor. A doctor of natural medicine functional medicine practitioner and has his doctor of pastoral science. He loved helping patients. Get to the root cause of their health problems even more. He loves helping. Families prevent illness symptoms and disease so greg to the show. It's great to have you here. Thanks so much for having me. You have such an interesting background with so many different experiences. So i'd love if you could give the cliff notes version of your story and how you've got to where you are today. Yeah absolutely Well i was helped by a chiropractor at a pretty young age and That's sort of what set me on my journey. I think probably from your experience to you. Know that's one of the best ways to get into something especially the natural. Health world is by personal experience. And when i got to school i just really became obsessed with all things natural health and living in the lifestyle and You know upon graduating and moving to raleigh and open up my own clinic. I mean i really just feel like I i love learning so one of the easiest ways to kind of have a structured Way of doing that as just keep going for more degree degrees and certifications no That's kind of you know how that goes in and really to. I mean my in my practice I never i take you know learning very seriously in from the standpoint of i can't tell you how many times i've i've watched an hour to hour lecture and You know spending. That won that time helped me figure. This is exactly what this person's name little pop into my head and like this. I needed to listen to this for this patient right here so it just became obsessed with you know that and and you know. I'm grateful that we live in a world where we can access information so easily so so much information and it can be a little overwhelming to them via. And that's why it's so wonderful to have healing practitioners like you out there who can work with patients on one and sort of be that buffer between all the information in the world and that patient right. 'cause you that's your job you get to take it all in consume all that information and then you know help help. Your patients find the right path for them. Just based on all that knowledge base so yeah so glad you do what you do You said that you you had an experience as a younger child. Was it that you were the middle school. Yeah i injured my neck Playing basketball and After failed attempts from you know muscle relaxants and ib pro finn and you know stretching. An ice didn't really work. Finally my parents survey well. We've tried everything else i. We'll go to a chiropractor. And i literally not even heard of one at that point and you know i it you know he was able to help my neck You know which. I thought was cool but the cooler part for me was as i was. I was under care longer I suffered from debilitating allergies. I mean we're talking. Ib shooting naser. Next all day every day. Carry a bottle in my pocket. I'd be slamming allegra claritin throughout the day. You know on top of all that. And i vividly remember waking up one morning And i like reached over from my nightstand. Grab my nays next. Because i would always do that right before i got a bed and i could breathe and also i'm like what the heck is going on here and over time. I was able to really link that with chiropractic. And and i you know i was like well if it can help neck pain and allergies. There's like people that suffer from those so That that seems like a good business to get into. And then it really. Does you know evolved into this much more comprehensive understanding of the body and health and all that

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Black Man Dies After Beating By Security Guards, Sparking Outrage In Brazil

Not Too Shabby

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Black Man Dies After Beating By Security Guards, Sparking Outrage In Brazil

"Guards outside a supermarket the incident on Thursday night in the southern city of Port Allegra was caught on video and witnessed by many people, including the victim's wife. They said the guards used the same controversial knee in the neck hold that killed George Floyd in the U. S. Earlier this year. The case has caused outrage across Brazil, occurring on the eve of black consciousness, Day or holiday in many states. Zimbabwe's high court has granted bill to the journalist Hopewell

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Interview with Ace Aura

Back To Back

05:26 min | 2 years ago

Interview with Ace Aura

"Are you out in Dallas as Iran, Yemen The Dallas area technically in Richardson right now I go to school at the University of Texas at Dallas and Richardson, and I met my apartment which is like right next to the school. It's not technically an on campus apartment, but it's like very heavily marketed towards UTD students, right? Yeah. Yeah. What what's I mean? What's going to college allegra now? Are you? Guys are there in person classes like what is even happening? So UCD did a really interesting thing. They made it where the professors could decide whether or not they wanted to do their classes in person or online, and almost all of them opted to do online classes, which makes sense because of like health stuff, and so all of my classes I'm taking our online this semester it's Kinda weird 'cause like. I never realized how much time that will spend inside if I'm not like forced to go outside and I even like being outside. So strange that like I've spent so much time in my room and I'm like I need to be intentional about like getting out and doing things in not larum. Yeah man I mean the the out from screens is very real, right? Yeah. I mean especially for what we do you already spending your free time in front of a screen. Exactly. Yeah, and so getting outside I find that I think. Way Better when I'm outside just walking around, it's also a chance to kind of unplug because like it's less of like an is drained thing for me than it is just like being constantly connected and feeling like I'm always like my attention being drawn to something when I'm inside with my phone with my computer and stuff, it's like I could be doing anything like even when I'm working on music I could be working on music I get a notification open it up I'm texting friends since I'm already on my phone I'm, GonNa check twitter. All my time has gone. It's gotta be such a weird experience. What Year in school are you? A senior kind of Weird L. explain a little bit behind that. So this is my Fourth Year Utd, but my first semester of this year and I'll be done after the semester. Was I was ahead of my degree plan because I had taken like AP classes in high school and was kind of a head, and so I was like I'm GonNa fill in an also got a pretty good scholarship and so I wanted to make full use of that As far as getting the whole four years worth to add a psychology minor to my degree plan as I did that last year and was taking a computer science, major psychology, minor classes, and then this semester I signed up for fifteen hours of classes and I just saw the workload as soon as the first week of school started like this is not going to be fun if I have a music career that I have to keep up as well as. and. So I was like Kinda Weird, I was talking to my girlfriend about it for a while I was like, I, have no idea what I'm going to do because like I wanted to take on the challenge of having that much work legs I would like for me to push myself learn how to balance things, which is a skill that I feel like I need to grow in weren't to have later in life but I was like this just doesn't seem right I knew. I felt like if I continued what I was going to be doing that semester with how many classes I was taking I just didn't feel passionate about lot of it. Like I chose psychology minor because it was interesting to me, it's something I like to look up in my free time but I had to sit back and be like do I really want to spend thirty hours a week on this? I. I was just talking to a friend about how sometimes you know we all we all have our interests and like when I I'll give you an example when I was in high school I did a ton of theater like I just tons and tons of theater and so when I went to college, I just sort of assumed I was like I like doing theater. Of course, I'll keep doing it in college and you know maybe this'll be a thing for me because I I was always pretty good at it in high school and it was always fun and then I got there and I saw the people who are really serious about theater. Really. We're going to go on to be the pros and you know immediately it's like, Oh, well, obviously, this is not for me. I had that kind of realization when I was an insurer neuroscience class hours. Yeah. First Week and I was like, yeah. I like learning about the brain neurotransmitters and things like dopamine and how they affect award system and that kind of thing but I don't want to memorize all these terms. So. I dropped my psychology minor after the first week and at the time of that worked out perfectly. The deadline to add new classes to my schedule was the Monday of the week after and I'd like just talked about this with my girlfriend and I went back home to my parents house. That's not too far from you like twenty five minutes away. I'M GONNA get my mom's opinion on this before I dislike drop it just to see what she thinks. She was like yeah. If it's something you don't feel passionate about go for it. Cool and then as I was doing that process I realized that I only had just a couple CS classes left in May like major and so I was like if i. Pull this off but I do is take all the psychology stuff off of my. Semester semester because they don't have to fill that space up anymore, I could just graduate after this one as I like, put all the classes that I needed into this semester and then had to like catch up on the first week of stuff but that's not usually that bad. But now on track to graduate after this semester. Man Yeah.

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The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

05:36 min | 2 years ago

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

"Hey to everybody. This is your old friend Dr. Grant and I just wanted to let you know that you are about to hear a classic voicemail episode of the Radio Adventures of Dr Floyd. Now one thing you've got to keep in mind is that the voicemail number mentioned in the show is no longer operational, so please do not call it other than that. Enjoy the show, golly Dr Floyd. It sure is hot out today, isn't it? It sure is Dr Grant you know. It's hot enough to fry at eight on the sidewalk. Yeah, sure. Sure. You who would do that? I'm not sure really well. Look I a popsicle. Thanks, but wait a minute. That's just a stick in a cup. Yeah, well, it started melting right away so I put in a cup, and then it was just so hot, that evaporated completely so here you go into great story. Thanks well, just stick all right well. Don't get a splinter, okay? Hey, you know we've had some more people. Call Eight, one, eight, three, three, two, three, zero, five three and leave us voicemails. You WanNA. Hear one. Too hard to do anything else you know it's hotter than a billy goat in pepper pech. You got that right? Okay, here's the first message. Hey, Dr Floyd I'm just wondering why you have. It posted an actual episode in a while I mean it's been like a lot of days like twenty five I, think that's almost a month and on my podcast things and Make sure to post one every single week on Saturday? You used to do that on Sunday but You've kind of laid off a little, so if you could please get back into the rhythm. That would be great. Thanks I well. One of the reasons we're not recording is because it's just so Dadgum Hut. Yeah, every time we try to record, the hard drive just melts right away. Yeah, it's hotter than two cats fighting in a wool suck sure is Har-. I here's the next voicemail. I am inviting you to my birthday. It's August eighth, two, thousand six. I'm Allegra and I'll be five year olds. And I'll be five year old. And I'll. Be Fix so having nice time at the party up on my grandma. It's ten Spring Street. That was very nice. Allegra invited you a birthday party I know, but it's just too hot to go to a birthday party. It's harder than steel. Playground slighted high noon. Well, that's true, but is that going to be your excuse for everything well? She also didn't know how old she was going to be five or six. What's thank God do with anything well. We won't know a birthday card to buy four well. I guess you're right all right. Here's the next message. Sorry, I managed. I made a mistake. I'm going to actually be. Go Dr Floyd She's going to be six. We can by rick hard for a six year old. Do Son. It's even hard to go to the store. You know it's hotter than a two dollar pistol on the fourth of July. Do you have like a whole list of these or something? No. All Right? Here's the next voicemail so numerous for Nicole. He synnex. You're not oh. Then you. Might Illuminate. Our now. Monarchy. Our Oh goody. We WanNA praise here. Let me press one. Now like well I don't know I. Guess we just wait for the price well I. Hope it generic conditioner because it's so Dadgum hut. It's hotter than high noon in Death Valley. Yeah all right. Here's the next message. I just wanted to find out since Dr Steve is a robot who built him and why? Also wanted to find out why Dr. Grant has speed large head. Thank you. Oh, snap your look. He's right. You do have a large Ed. Floyd, no, you have never seen anything so magnificent before in my whole life. Well, it's not really no grande. Can you hear me your ears you? Say to your head there. Can you hear me over there? Floyd I. Don't Understand Wyoming Oh. Would you manage? Did you bother you the challenge dog about your head might. Ono It, no. Big You know you shouldn't. You shouldn't make fun of somebody shouldn't make fun of someone's head. No, it's not especially on a hot day like this two hun- to make fun of someone's head. I see we're here. Why don't you just move over and block their selling with your freakishly large heads so I have some shade? Produce, an next voicemail, big head, boy all right. Yes, Hi, DR, Floyd! This is Ed and Jacqueline. Who is my wife? We're from Beaverton Oregon and we listened to your show on a regular basis. We think that building a third time machine could be very hazardous to your health. Just wanted to let you know that have a Nice Day golly Dr Floyd, that sounded like a threat. Yeah, what's Kinda scary, but don't worry. We'll be safe. We will. Why well if he comes over here I'll just hide behind your freakishly big head. Being head. Oh well. Here's the next voicemail. Hello, this is Marcus. SACRIMENTO. On the learn day, president, learning gate, past and learning days future episodes. They. told us, how Dr Floyd Ted was so small, he created just a shrinking machine. Talked Floyd might be able to go back. and. Do that to. Have such small had. I've wondering why he doesn't do that once he gets to. Think back That's all. Well now that's a fantastic idea, but I'm just worn out from dancing around singing songs about Dr Grants freakishly big head, and I'll show which. Way Too hot?

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We aren't paying enough attention to the impact of the pandemic on the arts

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

03:38 min | 2 years ago

We aren't paying enough attention to the impact of the pandemic on the arts

"Elizabeth Alexander Thank you very much for coming on the PODCAST To talking to you today, so we know the devastation, the corona virus has had on the economy on health care and healthcare workers, but not enough attention been paid to the impact of the pandemic on the arts. has there no there really hasn't did? I think it gets very fundamental. Questions are artists apart of our economy is the arts sector in or in part of our economy. That's one question. Another question is. The Arts why need support the arts? How can we live without the arts and the need to be helpful to not only the arthrit- large you artists when our friend for foundation president, Aaron Walker was on the podcast a a few weeks ago. He mentioned a daily phone call. He's on with philanthropists trying to figure out how to buttress nonprofits during this time. Are you on those calls or involved in similar efforts? Yes and it's so wonderful to have Darren as a comrade and partner and brother in this work because he keeps us moving forward always, he keeps us. Weighed in is I is always on seemingly impossible? That is a very important for us to have in our field and Jerry for me also. In he brought me into this world to. So? Yes, loan philanthropist! We are talking of regularly New York Allegra Piss national groups of art, Philanthropists. Finding out what is going on, people's Randy's because that's our connections you around. What we're seeing and how we might think about being helpful and also bringing other people into efforts to be helpful, so for example forward and Bloomberg gathered US and led an effort in your city to put together A. Included private donors and this is very important when you know the the philanthropy money. Is there one senate well, but the private could go anywhere or at all? You have a lot of wealth. You don't necessarily have to spend it and you certainly don't have to spend it on the arts, so you in court. Consortium, which of two hundred million dollars. For granting in the arts and also social services in New York City, which we felt was so important, because we are really really really really. In, the heart things in this pandemic and that overlaps. On the Earth Front with. Their own are everywhere but New York has the arts is a crucial part? Is Identity any highly among? So with that effort the. Community Foundation of New York City was the administrator, and we have representatives from our foundations. WHO looked at opposes? Coral went up late in a week. Money have everybody were almost at the end of that money on which says something about the need, but also extremely proud of the efficiency with which we were able to collectively make decisions, and he helped all

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Beastie Boys Made a Movie. We Made a Beastie Boys Podcast.

The Big Picture

09:03 min | 2 years ago

Beastie Boys Made a Movie. We Made a Beastie Boys Podcast.

"I'm Shawn Fantasy and this. Is the big picture a conversation? Show about Beastie Boys. That's right beastie. Boys made a movie beastie boys story which is directed by Spike Jones and available to watch right now on apple. Tv plus. If you're like me and worship Beastie boys you need to watch this movie later in the show. I'll be talking to add rock. And like diaw Beastie boys about their movie history their favorite fruits. How they're doing in quarantine. The New York Knicks documentaries that they want to see a bunch of other stuff as I tried to keep them focused on our conversation. A really love these guys beastie. Boys are my favorite band ever and it isn't even really close so to talk about them before we get to them. I asked the VIC Ferrari to my Alessandro Allegra. Join me it's Chris Ryan. Hi Chris. I've always seen myself more as a Nathan Wind Guy. I've been waiting my whole life to do this. Podcast so let's go. I'm very glad you're here with me. I can't think of anybody else. I'd WanNa have here other than you. Except maybe Mike the Inadequacy and they're coming later. So when I say beastie boys what's the first thing that pops in your head Chris? Probably the invention of cool so I think one thing that we've talked about a lot over the last twelve to eighteen months. We've had a lot of Quentin Tarantino podcasts. We've we celebrated a lot of his movies on the watchable. We talked about them on. Big Picture Podcast with him and something that comes up. Ally is kind of how he gave us a vocabulary or language to through which to understand culture and understand the world and I think the Beastie boys are equally responsible for that in both of our lives in terms of introducing us to so much music and so much other culture that wound up becoming just part of our like way in which we relate to the rest of the world through these like Kung Fu and exploitation movies through rap Reggae punk rock weird funk like all like it just basically made collectors and fans out of out of us at the risk of stepping on music exists. I wanted to ask you why you think you. And I to some extent to are so interested in figures who are all about basically like recombinant culture. You know who take all the disparate parts of stuff that they love and smash it all together because that is the thing that the movie and then returning to all of this music that I listened to over and over and over and over again in my life that I have thought about is like wow they really just jammed all the stuff they liked together to make something new like. What is it about that? The second part of what you said is the most important thing. Do you think about the people that we really respond to. Wu Tang clan quitting Tarantino. Beastie boys it means we're very basic very and B. It's the most important part is finding the second thing the thing that you're GonNa make out of all this shit. And that's what makes me so excited is when someone uses all these postmodern tools in these reconstructs. All these things out of this of Cultural Ephemera to say something else. Wootten Klan took all those Kung Fu movies and took all those samples but made something that could only have been made in Staten Island. You know back could only have made the music. He made with the experience that he had. And the Beastie boys could only have been the beastie boys by combining bad brains with run DMC. Yeah and I feel like it's not a mistake that so much of what we do at the ringer and so much of what you and I have been trying to do in. Our lives is basically celebrate and be enthusiastic about the things that we care about and I feel like these artists are the same way if you if you think about Beastie boys and you even look at the way they tell their story in the movie. It's just we really liked was the clash and grandmaster flash and Cheech and Chong and we were trying to find a way to make all those things make sense together and I feel the same way about what we do every day I feel about you and I love the NBA and we love Top Gun and we love. I love deb's I don't know how you feel Dad's but You know just trying to find a way to make all those things fit together so I feel like I have aped and tried to copy a lot of what those guys do. And I feel like a kinship to their their mission their creative project. Absolutely I mean like you and I don't mean to make it sound like you. And I are the Beastie boys here but you know. I think that we use the Internet the way other people would use a sampler right and we draw in all these different media. We'd take youtube videos. We take a picture and I think it was probably more the case before we started working professionally together in an editorial capacity but we would have like tumblers and blog spots and you were just kind of like throw a picture Steve McQueen up in an article you were writing about those face and it would have some sort of relationship and I think that that was our way of continuing along this tradition of mixing and matching different pieces of culture to say something about yourself. The thing that you said that I think is probably one of the most important parts of the movie that will nocco very remarked upon because a lot of it is going to be spent talking about. Yok and it should be because this is very much I think an image to him in a real moving tribute to their friend but when Mike D says in the beginning of the movie that he was just this weird kid who found the clash. Not only is that like. That's the origin story for a lot of people. Who like they find that one band? Whether it's the dead or the clash or you know run DMC. Whoever it is that makes them think that they are now. All of not alone in the world the clashes like a really really important. Template for the Beastie boys because they are basically A Crossroads Group A marketplace. At Crossroads Group. It's where all these different cultures are coming. And they're setting up their wares and you can pick and choose off these tables and then you go home and you make something out of it. And that's what the clash did too. I mean you can make a lot of arguments about appropriation. And whether or not the people who the clash were taken from or or paying homage to properly compensated for the work that they did And the same thing could go. For the Beastie boys but I think a lot more people know about Lee Perry. Because of the Beastie boys did not you know and and that's like a really really important act in culture. Everything is about timing too I think about when they hit the scene and who they were working with and on the one hand I guess there's an appropriation question. I think they've moved past that so effectively because they were just literally there with Russell. Simmons and Rick Rubin and run DMC making music together and they were a part of something that was essentially punk at the end of its first true like lightning rod phase at the end of the day and and rapid the Dawn. You know I mean. They weren't there necessarily in in the parks in the south. Bronx but you know one thousand nine hundred. Eighty three played on the radio. Yeah Yes yes. And there's that great moment in the movie where Africa is asked about cookie. Post by one of the members of the Beastie boys and you can see like they're they're they're they're in the moment and they're going to dense area and you know performing for white people introducing them to wrap it away and that couldn't have happened if they if it was just five years earlier five years later. The same is true for the class. You know it's like they arrived at a time when the world was ready to hear rock and try to play reggae. And what that means for the future reggae. There's something also about this specific approach to the world though that jumps out to me. Which is it's not. Just this is what we like. It's this is what we like and I don't care if you don't like it and I don't I actually don't care if you don't get it because when I think about the things that I knew when I first heard the band it was you could fit it inside of a very small box. I just did my cultural reference points. The music that I knew about the the records the comedy everything that they were throwing in. I wouldn't say that I discovered them because they were sampled for three seconds on a on a record on policy boutique but they were a window. You know I had never heard of Sadaharu. Oh until I heard the beastie boys rap about him you know like there's so much in their music the sampling the lyric writing even if it is in their songs are very rarely like high minded. They're not necessarily pursuits of big ideas. But they put big ideas in front of you. Just by dint of what they were interested in and I I liked that kind of take it or leave it quality they bring to it and I feel like that really comes out in the movie too. Don't you think yeah? It's only a couple of people are lucky enough to have other people care about the thing that they care about. You know you can. You can play the game and you can try. Ride the wave of what's popular at any given moment. But it's so weird because what the beastie boys did especially once they move to La. I think wound up having such an incredibly profound formative effect on all the culture that comes after it but it so it winds up being underrated as as to what a zag that was how crazy it was for those guys to be like. Yeah we'RE GONNA LEAVE NEW YORK. We're GONNA leave behind rapper. We're going to go to capitol from Def Jam. And we're GONNA work with these two producers that basically no one's ever heard of an assemble these like really out there incongruous samples to build together a new sound that we're gonNA use to define us for the next couple of decades. The only thing I wanted to talk about because I think is probably also a reason why you and I like them. Much is that and this comes across very much in the movie much

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Luis Venegas on Print Media in an Age of Uncertainty

The Business of Fashion Podcast

05:18 min | 2 years ago

Luis Venegas on Print Media in an Age of Uncertainty

"Kind of Dream. Save like well someday. I will like to do my own magazine. And since the first one zero seven that was that was in two thousand four. I mean it's like a sixteen years ago and even blocks back event. Where can starting seeing so I mean for me? There was no option. Maybe if I was thinking about when amazing today new I will start with digit or something but at that time I mean black from that the next stage to remain starting little by little. I mean he wasn't something I am not also he wasn't the thing that I will related to the time so yeah. I tried to start and I made them less now. You see you say that if doing something now you imagine it might be digital but I think what I've always loved about what you do. Is that you you honor the magazine as the Phantom jet. You know when when when I think about the magazines that I when I left New Zealand in one thousand nine hundred seventy four. I had three suitcases and one of them was full of magazine and it was. It was like my favorite magazines. It was the life magazine. Charles Manson on the front and it was very the very first issue of Fabulous magazine with the Beatles on the front and it was a David Bowie. God knows they're actually the only ones that are in plastic. I mean everything else Everywhere but the actual physicality of magazine is something that you ana That you very deliberately set out to do with candy. Which was to take your subject. You'll the marginalized people that you wanted to focus on and give them the absolute multi Vogue Treatment Make Candy as glossy and gorgeous and in disposable as it possibly could be guests douglas. The the I mean I I the I mean. When I started to plan the Doing Candy I felt like it was. It should be something white up the opposite of Dr Magazine I wanted to be glossy on his DS huge celebration of all the subjects and although modest that I was hoping to treat in China amazing show. It's not about them. Tell us about. You'll you'll subjects yet. Well as candidate is focus on what I call the transversal. A people People many people I mean the people who know can be maybe often they think is a trans for transgender magazine. But it's not only about trans or transgender people is also an Rajini stays gender nonconformity people drag queens and also The gender people who suddenly go for transformation for one day for a shoot for fun so for me but was the. That's what Games Branka exactly. The BEBOP Franco puts on the coat. Or like it's for Spanish versus kind of ask you about that is so the thing is like I. I said All of those manifestations basically everything that was like Okay go fuck. Gender Denver doesn't matter. Let's celebrate everything. Well if matters of course but it doesn't matter in a way you know as like Let's focus on everything that has to be. Celebrate the around all those many stations. And that's how it came with bursts of grants because it means going from one place another transitioning going you know and then universal transversal. It felt like okay. Maybe this is the word in a way and That's the magazine focus on. I felt like fashion was for a long time taking inspiration from all the transversal world but never pay back. You know it never it never. I mean that was very all of these aren't by Conde. Dining was something about. The people didn't really know many people who can deduct it was maybe it wasn't obscure subject before especially the younger generations. Sheds Allegra K. Let's put it all together in a magazine. Let's see what happens. Let's see he's going to explode or survive? I don't know but you don't want it to be like a political steam or something like a political statement. I want it to be a celebration. Actually a celebration of style. A celebration of awesome intelligence way on humor and everything that's related to fashioning to celebrate the although stinks and indefinitely broad broadening. The concept abuse. See as well Just making beauty side much more of an inclusive idea taking the traditional fashion magazine approach to beauty and then just In

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Uganda: Queen of Katwe star Nikita Pearl Waligwa dies aged 15

Gurvey's Law

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Uganda: Queen of Katwe star Nikita Pearl Waligwa dies aged 15

"The kit a pearl Allegra a young actress who appeared in the role of Gloria in the Disney biographical drama queen of Kabwe has died at the age of fifteen she had been diagnosed with a brain tumor in twenty sixteen and seem to recover a year later but last year another tumor was found the BBC reports that the film's director Myron there helped organize efforts to find Wally was treatment during filming well they will love Chasam one three you get in women's junior championships and has represented the country of for international chess Olympiads she was in her senior year of high

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Looking Back at N64's 'GoldenEye 007'

The Polygon Show

10:50 min | 3 years ago

Looking Back at N64's 'GoldenEye 007'

"GONNA talk about a little unknown gain. That came out for the end. Sixty four called go goldeneye double. Oh seven you look so excited. I'm I'm I'm excited. I think this is the first time where I've been able to talk about something that I was like. Have like very strong memories of Because like I remember like a cold wind dark winter morning and and I was I was probably like ten or so and I would be in the basement playing Goldeneye and and shooting shooting poorer Russian soldiers in the army and then they'd like wave their arms. You I got him wave there are. I'm I'm very strong. Golden Eye Memories and generally aren't mostly about multiple though I did multiplier It's mostly about the single player but I know we're alone. Must Lonely looney child boy. Did you guys play golden eye at all. Have you ever played only grow before your time. Honestly I have never ever in my life played it but I was in like a used game store. Go like two or three years ago and they had like sixty four games sure and I saw Goldeneye for ten bucks. So that's a bad and I bought it but I haven't in sixty four. Yeah Okay Cool. I still have never played it though but I owed it plant. I can't imagine I'm going and playing it now. If you didn't before I I love that game. I was obsessed for that game some games. Just don't hold up. That doesn't mean they're not important but holy cow playing shooter on Nintendo sixty four controller. We have to like with the CBN's and also the right trigger. It's it is a messy messy game. I don't want to Brag but I may have been defendant like I was. I'll just say I was the neighborhood. Champion of Goldeneye. How many people how many children were involved in? Probably about eight so like deal. Sure I'm and also like looking back on it kind of unfair because weight is not only no. I didn't do that. And I let people pay his job. But we only only played Complex shot with either remote minds approximity minds as you do and that really is a mode that once you learn how to exploit it it. Nobody has a chance of beating you. Yeah that's true you kind of get into a rhythm and and let's just say I was. I was really good really really early. We're in that rhythm. Chris Plante Rhythm Rhythm plan is what. We're getting a little ahead of ourselves though because I wanted to go back to the beginnings it's as we might know golden eye was developed by a company called rare rare is known for many many games conquers. Bad Firday today is one of them although the ear rated podcast that is certainly not an easy rated game but they also made donkey Kong country and that was their big big big success of the S era and so they decided okay. We've got this bond license secured the bond license we are going to you make a bond game and their initial idea for this bond game was to make it just like donkey Kong country. They wanted to make a AH side. scrolling Tutti James Bond game so you would like play as James Bond. Yeah but you'd roll around in even Pretty Pretty Authentic Komo essentially like that arcade game where you shoot aliens in the face. The side scrolling on. That doesn't really narrow it down but you are a spy and you start with the parachuting remember the anyway. We're supposed to be that. But but the Martin House who is the game director decided that he wanted to take advantage of a new piece of technology and that technology was known as the ultra sixty. Four ooh ooh now people who know their nintendo history know that the ultra sixty four became the Nintendo sixty right like Mike. I'm not sure what that became like. Ultra sixty battle out the cooling about the ultra sixty four was specifically its name because later development in development nintendo platforms included Dolphin. Yeah and what was the switch called and the AH the best one was revolution. Revolution was very good for the game. Cube right the week. Oh the way. I'm sorry Gamecube is Dolphin so they knew this. This platform is coming out so they decided to build a team that would take advantage of this new incredible to really generation. That was on the cusp of happening. It wasn't just face ball anymore. More Three D. was going to be everywhere so is to make a three D on rails shooter inspired by Virtual Cop Chris Plant. It's a big fan so I'm sure he has. Virtually top is a masterpiece. Yes Richard Crop for people who who don't know imagine virtual fighter back in the early days so characters made out of about twelve polygons all together and then you go around like a building that is just barebones architecture. Maybe Yeah Square's in and you shoot them in the face. The aiming is not especially good. It's also also perfect because it was made by Sega so evenings not good but it was also part. Listen that's what you learn as say fan. The game doesn't work. Sonic the HEDGEHOG. Yeah it's a mess. It's the best game ever made. So they had this very ambitious plan again early days of Three D.. They wanted to a shooter. They'd never really done that before as a company so in order to do that they built a crack team of ten people. Eight of whom had never made a professional video games It was a massively massively. Inexperienced team ga They brought on some people that had made done some modeling work. Some You know a little bit of like Hacky Games that they've done on their selves. But in but as an actual professional product eighty percent of the team had never made a professional game before so this was their first time and it sort of seemed like it was going to be a disaster from the outset. They out of access they were able to visit the sets of the movie Goldeneye. Great film by the way really holds up they were able to visit all the sides but as they were starting to develop they realize. That's how long this project was gonNA take the first year and a half. They didn't even have the specs of what the four was going to be like. Oh I had no idea so. There was a lot of X. factors that they didn't really know how to fill They basically just as they were developing it in that first year and a half they just took a stab. They guessed it what it was gonna play can and what the specs we're going to be and What they came up with essentially a hacked together piece of hardware controlled ruled by Sega Saturn Controller? So that was all they had unfortunately when they finally did find out what the specs were from Nintendo Intendo it was about seventy five percent less powerful than they thought they were going to have owned a big disaster. Carl Hilton was one of the designers. He spoke to a now Gamer in actually a really good retrospective which no longer online but you can read it on the way back machine He basically said that Color textures external costs a lot more in terms of processing power and because they were trying to cut down all the high Processing power stuff just to get Jan onto onto the end sixty four. They ended up making almost all of Goldeneye in gray scale and then using like a little bit tweaks to like ads him green for the jungle and stuff like that. But when you think back to Goldeneye it is like a lot of blacks and whites and grays like all of the maps are very simple and that's just because they were like super super super easy for them to actually get them working. Unfortunately that didn't really Ended up great for the frame rate. which again I know? You haven't played allegra point you you remember it. It does not run great. No but that's again a thing of back then. Nothing ran great. So yeah. Yeah that's true you like frame rate was so far from our minds it was just like Oh this is just how games feel Gamesville slow. Unfortunately when you go back in you like is like you tasted like true coke zero. I'm trying to play till like and then you go back in you. Try like diet coke. But why would I want this. I have the greatness. I never had either but I just feel like I'm connecting with the youth right here you are. I completely understand now. I am since devastated. I'm glad we could connect things for people The so obviously things are working great. They're also running to an issue with delays specifically that they are risking the potential to come out with Goldeneye. Wfan the game after the next bond movie comes out tomorrow. Never dies. Came out after Goldeneye in Nineteen ninety-seven and and at this point because the game had been delayed about a year and a half. They were really getting close to the point. Where like the new movie was GonNa come out and then this game was going to happen? That was like for a super old bond movie that really members at that point it was it was bad but something saved them. And that thing was Super Mario Sixty four. I guess it was just call. Maria's sixty four Super Mario sixty four it was called super to be clear. Mario Mario Super Mario Sixty four. Got It perfect. You know before that came came out obviously for me off. Other people is a kind of a revelation. Mary's it was like a big deal and even for the Goldeneye developers who was a big deal because they realized Oh we can make. Hey speaking of great frame rate by the way Chris Plant in Mary's sixty four just just saying but they saw this game and they were like got him. Oh we can make a three game. That's like a little more involved than just like wow like a like a gimmick of while you can explore three d environments so it after playing that They started adding things like objectives and like ai that you would follow around and Oh she's GonNa have this thing while you defend her stuff like

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Later Alligator

The Polygon Show

05:19 min | 3 years ago

Later Alligator

"Allegra I WANNA know about this game later alligator that you've been playing with that so our good friend Geoffrey MOSS FROM POLYGON DOT COM engagement editor he was starting to send screen shots to me of this very cute game and I was very curious because it was like these very funny screen ancient what's and he kept saying Oh this. Is You like everyone I knows in this game and he sent me one of this little girl alligator with like curly hair and a shirt that said Anna may how old guy and she said something like Oh really into crane games it's taken over like for my anime and horse of session or something like like this is you and I was like what is this game. This is so funny and cute and the art style is great and he told me he was called later alligator and I decided you know what I'm going to just buy it because it looks so cute. All the screen shots are funny and yeah. It really is both of those things. It's cute and funny. It's a game it's like a point and click kind of mystery. Adventure sure game where you are. Some faceless beat person. I guess you're probably an alligator in a world full of alligators trying to solve a mystery for this very very anxious neurotic alligator named pat who every year on his birthday goes to a hotel and just has a day for himself to like get zone room but he's anxious because he heard that the quote unquote family is planning a quote unquote event for him. He's sure that that means. He's going get murdered. Even though it's pretty apparent that it's just like his family's during his Friday so you're supposed to go around and collect information for him about this event which means you get to meet all these. It's really funny characters who are related to him in some way going throughout the city and it's just like really silly and it's not difficult colder anything because it's just like you talk to any alligator you see the maybe give you a little mini game. Yes Z. U. And then you talk to non alligators. There's only alligators. I only alligator whole world is to talk to everyone. you should not all of them are like going to give you information but the ones that do they're like Oh. Let's play this little crane game and then I'll tell you that information so there's little mini games but the main draw here is the writing is very funny. All the characters have very defined personalities. He's like Pat. The main guy is so neurotic and weird. He's just like this nerdy anxious dude like there's a part the so funny where yeah. I know we're all. We're all thinking about pat. Oh yes Patrick Yeah. Literally Jeff was like and even pets in this game literally pats his game guy. There's a part where you have to help him. Unlock the gigantic lock for his hotel room mate bought because he's convinced someone's going to try and break in him and the way you do it is he's like like Oh. I wrote the PA- I save the password somewhere really safe the password for my lock. Just go to my website alligator dot fund so you have to go over here browser and go to alligator adopt fund and it's literally like do not read this. My Password is this but do not read this stupid and then you put in the password. It's just like really charming and silly amazing so if I go to alligator dot fun you go to alligator fun and you'll see it's patsy having really God generated by Geo Scales. Yeah it has a blue sea background. This is this is pats home page at the top in two different fonts mixed within the same sentence surrounded by animated. Smiley faces. You know I love a good mixed fought. Oh my God and it's got a beautiful sorry under construction Gift Yeah I would put on my live journal. Profile when I was not quite finished building it don't click pat only and it's the code found his password yeah. How can I read it on this podcast. I respect hats privacy. It's really cute though my God this is so cute so cute nor kind of soundtrack because the whole game is like doc in kind of CPO tones not exactly black and white but you know kind of green and Brown and it's just that so the music's really fine on an animation so fluid it looks like a cartoon it's animated by the people who did if you guys ever saw Batman and Pied Herman. Was this web series stories that was popular when I was a freshman in college just about like a dumb. Batman hang out the dumb spider man yeah but like they were very well animated so yeah. It's just like a really. It's like a fun to our kind of experience. I was just lying in my bed clicking and laughing and yet it's not on switch. It's not on switch so I kinda like big. Do I even want to buy it's on Mac but I just bought it because I was like. This looks really cute. I want to support a little India studio and it's true it's actually we like very simple and not very taxing so I don't mind playing on my computer like I was playing it before. It went to bed yeah. It's just a point and click kind of thing and and yeah yeah usually I only play things on switch too but this does not take a wad of energy so I don't mind playing on my top.

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What Pokémon Are You Based on Your Birthday?

The Polygon Show

02:39 min | 3 years ago

What Pokémon Are You Based on Your Birthday?

"Wanna talk about this birthday. Thing that allegra found yeah i meant open the show with it and i was gonna talk about it but then we did that and now i'm going to talk about it. Allegra are you found on twitter. I did this beautiful thing from <hes> tweet tweet user great macau and it is a calendar of the year with pokemon. Come on for each day of the year birthday pokemon. It looks like it looks like this calendar only cover of condo through hoan which her jen's one controvercial yes so i already take issue in that <hes>. I'm not exactly sure how it's part i. I don't know if it's i think it might just be one through three lisa five. Maybe that's why oh yeah so. I guess whatever your birthday that make sense or response to the number of folks on a number of days. It does that mean. If i was one day earlier. It would have had a better poke him on yes. I mean yes show with your pokemon. Goal doug gold chelsea's were they as july seventeenth and that corresponds to golda now looking again <hes> and my birthday is december third. Wait july seventeenth. No year actually mirko chelsea elsie. That's horrible. I hate mirko. Oh okay so you would have been happier with mold. I just keep catching macos and pokemon. Oh come on go and i'm like your ugly little witch hat. I guess that's a little which honestly not tell you like that that picture. It's so freaking small. If i had been one day earlier i would have had hombre on which is a much all dang that <hes> my birthday this december third and that is luna tone on the calendar. I wanna luna tone so badly. I don't know how i feel about it. I don't know i mean luna tone and soul rock there the sun and the moon poke them on. They're just not cute not that. I should be acute. Poke them on. I don't know i feel like everyone wants to be at ebay lucia yes. Why wouldn't you want to be an evolution. That's like the best one fourth starter something i mean. Luna tone is is better than you know. I mean this really favors early birthdays 'cause if you have your birthdays a few months year you get a gen one pokemon and if you're like january yeah i use frequent bulbous or you blessings well. I suffered my own disappointment because i also mis read the calendar and i thought i was looted colo solo but actually i'm a long way move the worst version. Oh i was so excited and luda

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Progressives at Netroots say this year, it's anyone but Trump

All Things Considered

01:20 min | 3 years ago

Progressives at Netroots say this year, it's anyone but Trump

"Activists say this is finally their time many of the Democratic Party have embrace their agendas several presidential candidates are promoting parts of it like college at forgiveness and Medicare for all progressives though are focused on another candidate vice president Joe Biden they do not sing because more sent dance is the way for Democrats to defeat president trump and our political correspondent reports just bad says he is not interested in hearing about electability because exactly four years ago right now there was a messy crowded primary with too many candidates people were totally unelectable and Donald Trump was one of them and ended up winning crabs works with the advocacy group MoveOn I met him at the annual netroots nation convention in Philadelphia this past weekend it was a huge gathering of some four thousand progressive activists the folks at netroots pointed out that many Democrats thought Barack Obama was an electable until he started winning they see this word electability is used to scare voters into choosing a C. candidate and nowadays it's being used to promote former vice president Joe Biden Allegra dangling in activists from New York actually shudder when I asked her about bite and what is popular days like a corporate Democrat from Delaware which is like the corporate headquarters of

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Juve will not rush Ronaldo back into action after injury - Agnelli

ESPN FC

00:58 sec | 4 years ago

Juve will not rush Ronaldo back into action after injury - Agnelli

"That's twelve days away on Cristiano Ronaldo's injury his clip manager. Allegra had this to say you started moving again, but caution is needed. He'll return when he's at his best. And there's no longer danger of relapse. So let's bring in Dr Makoni show, we gab I know you don't, but you aren't good at reading between the lines. What's your suspicion willy be upon that first leg in twelve days time? I would tend to lean towards no in the sense that the word coming from from event is that obviously they're going to assess him closer the time. But they're very clear on the fact that Ronaldo's happy to play through pain. He's done that before. But what he won't do is said this as well. It's better to base one game than one month's. They're not this is a two legged affair. They would rather. There's even the slightest risk of re-injure they would much rather.

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Man United's comeback stalls Man City's Premier League title win

ESPN FC

03:43 min | 4 years ago

Man United's comeback stalls Man City's Premier League title win

"Have to start gentlemen. Don't we insure in a game at steeped in history with be echoes of that history tonight for Manchester United up against you vent as well. Certainly didn't look like it for let's say about eighty minutes of the game you've into bossing it leading. Should it be further in front you? Brunell, those sublime volley all they had to show for those twenty three shots and lo and behold, Manchester United storming back to win one not with the freekick and then the own goal near the end giving Josie muni owes men an unlikely victory Josie Mugniyah reacting to the game by cupping his ear to the tour in grand. After the game Josie Moreno on his actions at the full time. Whistle I was in. So for nineteen minutes. I'd probably shouldn't have done it with a cool head. I wouldn't have done it. But would my family and sold it including might into family. I reacted like this. Filet changes the game? We didn't have him in the first lake we introduced one to not for the free-kicks. But the crossers into the lady who always dominates in the air. While listen what let's clear one thing. Right. And my experience pleasant coaches, abused nineteen minutes in most games, right? Is pot. It's not right as part over. But once again on the first point once again, he stealing headlines from please. That's what he's doing here. It goes only cups. His ear comes on many goes in has an argument with Benicio who comes over. So it's all about Marino. Good visit Chauque sick. Secondly, a great result. As a great result. But I'm not buying. This was a great United performance because I use the what again that Stevie Lopes profligate. The only reason would end this game is because event this profligate in the final felt so decrepit United hanging against the team that appear in the final finishing other credit for coming by. So Allegra made the change Sheely off brought Bezeq Leo. Yeah. Anticipating the Fellini bowls into the box and all that. But it just made a little bit. But it might have been a great footballing performance. But this was a great marina performance. He has made a career by Britain renew performance twenty Chinese and some of the game show hope because they're messing China sees nothing. He said so bogged vengeance keep it you keep yourself in the game. Because you know, if you over extend you. You leave all kinds of pieces at least at least you keep yourself in the game. I you get this keeping yourself self in the game because you've vent this are messing Cianci's. Not because that's you. Tonight is set to be United set of defensively that workout when having all these chances United set of defensive you gave themselves in the game on and then bring on the likes of really later and only only because event is for profligate. I got nothing. Sits on the difference in quality between Manchester United, and you Venter's is is you. I kinda what marina does where he has teams. Second best was as some all you keep yourself in the game show. Don't you shut? Shut up show. He tries to shuttle. He did not show up show. They gave up numerous chances. But not because they were trying to get followed. No because because. Pick them apart with some good.

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