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"amati" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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The Other Big Apple
"Well i was kind of. I guess in inadvertent midwife that we at the at the fellowship that we did back in what year was two thousand thirteen although we agree time has ceased to have any meaning. And that is michael pollen of michael palin fame. He is indeed the advert midwife of guest or pod. Because nikki and i were together at uc berkeley that year in two thousand thirteen out of fellowship. Run by michael. That's how we met. And you discovered your shared love of science slash food. yeah it's one of the happier offspring of that fellowship. Obviously if you're into the stories behind food and farming as we both are michael's writing is pretty much at the top of your list. We've wanted to have him on the show for ever and this episode was the perfect excuse to revisit one of our favourite of his books. The botany of desire in the botany of desire michael traces the stories of four plants and their intimate relationships with humans. One of those plans is the apple tree. And i don't know about you. But when i think of apple trees the first person is of is johnny appleseed. This is a very american thing to think of. I'd never heard of until. I moved here so for our non american listeners. This is what americans are thinking of when they think of johnny appleseed well they would probably have the walt disney image johnny appleseed which is of this you know barefoot guy on the frontier bringing goodwill sweetness to people when people hear johnny appleseed. It's it's very wholesome. It's very Uncontroversial he's a disney character right very soft. But actually the the real. Johnny appleseed and i use that word advisedly because there's so much we don't know about him is much more interesting in his book. Michael traces janis path planting apples across the us. And we're going to do the same here but i. There weren't actually apple's growing here. Before europeans arrived there crab apples that were here in the sixteen hundreds but native people did not have sweet apples. This is amy traverse. Oh she's the author of the apple lovers cookbook and senior editor at yankee magazine. So apple's are we think of apples as this american fruit and american as apple pie and we identify closely with apples americans but it turns out. They're not they're from kazakhstan around town called alma mata which means father of the apple. I'ma autism now called amati and it's the largest city in kazakhstan. I've never been there but if you go. Apparently you will see whole forests of apple's fifty foot tall apple trees. Apple's coming up in the cracks of the sidewalks. It's like a weed there and these apple's most of them look nothing like our image of the apple. I mean there's some the size of there's there's big brown ones there's just this incredible range and they're apple trees that are kind of prostrate and grow along the ground and ones that grow vertically ones that have canopies. I mean it's just incredible diversity but a lot of apples weren't particularly sweet or delicious. At least not to humans. They were dry and hard so did survive the drop to the ground and often the flesh was kind of bitter acidic and tannock because these chemicals were preservatives that would also help to fight up worms and insects and that was all useful because the apples needed to be eaten by bears to spread their seeds. And if you would like to hear what the delight of a group of bear cubs that has just come across the pile of fallen apples. Sounds like which of course you would you need to be on our special supporters mailing list gastropod dot com slash support bears. Yes there are a lot of bears and kazahstan. They love apples but like humans they also prefer sweeter ones and larger ones and even retro ones. These big red sweet apples sometimes appeared in all the different ones that grew wild and bears chose those and help spread their seeds and so the bears hopes for just the kind of apple's that we wanted the large sweet red ones and so then people who tasted these bear approved. Apple's turned into apple fans to and not just the locals because that area of kazakhstan was right in the middle of the silk road. An incredibly important trading route that stretched all the way from china to europe magin stumbling across. I mean you're living in a world with no sugar ray or at least it's a very rare. That kind of sweetness is extremely rare and very fleeting and you stumble across a forest where you find these fruits that are sweet and that actually keep well. I mean not a lot of fruits that you might find in that same forest like apricots will rot very quickly whereas an apple would last for weeks or maybe months and so people would pocket them and bring them to the next trading ports or the next trading town and they really spread that way and they flourished wherever they spread. because apple's have a couple of botanical superpowers. Apples are unique in that they easily enter. Breed with the native crab will species of whatever region. They end up in. And so those crab apples within s- place in the genes that allowed to survive in their climate. So that's super useful. Those local crab apples had jeans. That would be perfectly suited to the local environment.
"amati" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Which is what I asked for. That's not almond milk. Okay. Is the IT looks like if you took if you made a very thin soup out of a tiny piece of chalk, that's what it looks like. It looks like something that would leach out of my bone marrow I tried I poured all of it and it didn't change the color at all the ice. Coffee. that's not my fault I. saw them take out a container head starbucks. What you don't like starbucks now just think when there's that many of us of something. How could it be good? Well, okay. I'll go somewhere else next time I. Guess you want to go to a small guys place to get iced coffee like Oh there's old man you know Amati. No He's a ghost SONA. How are you go? I guess we have an O'Connor Alexa thick golden. You're going to starbucks they don't care about me. This is an omen milk it close by it's close by Oh. That's how you pick your surgeon, right? Okay. He's urging the end of the street. Yeah. That's the same up I needed that thing removed from my cerebral cortex go. Did you go to? The Best Hospital in La. There's a guy at the end of my street So close by and don't say that they're not on the same scale. Something wrong with your cerebral cortex and needing surgery and me getting almond milk from my Oh, you think they're on the same scale brainwash. Matt what do you think I disagree yeah. Everyone would disagree. Does that stupid? Premadonna here I think you all million. This is like they took someone's dim memory. made it into a juice. This vague memory of a picnic long ago did a very old old man had, and then somehow they turned it into a broth tasted take us through that memory I'll take a little SIP. Nineteen twenty, two Na very unremarkable picnic nothing really happened. At one point he did think he saw the love of his life, but she was killed by an asteroid..
Understanding Early Muslim History and Sectarianism, with Dr. Ali Ataie
"Elliott I. It is a rental student in researcher WHO's been involved in interfaith activities for over two decades. He holds a Master's in Biblical studies with a focus on. New. Testament and Biblical languages. He also holds a PhD in cultural historical studies in religion from the graduate. Theological. Union his doctoral work focused on Muslim Herman UNIX of Biblical texts especially, the Gospel of John. And he lives, in Santa, cinnabon California with his wife Royer and three daughters. So welcome to the show Dr Ali tight. Thank you because local good to be back for a third time. Yes. We're always excited and I know in the past we've had you You know on the show to Kinda talk. About Christianity. Were of sort of interfaith conversations in the audience as well as US. We benefited him immensely from those on. So I thought this would be a little bit different. I know something that you would probably consider a little bit outside of your wheelhouse or area of expertise perhaps but I would contend that you know i. if you are perfectly suited in a sense that not only given your background that you touched upon on the first episode but to really kind of have a conversation a, that is related to an intra faith. Issue of between kind of the she and the Sunni tradition and I say that. Because Dr your background actually your family background has something you had mentioned the first time we had this conversation you come from a she background your family is or remain or is still short she yes might my parents or practicing Shiites to use the Latin sort of suffix please them or she I guess we can say. So Yeah mink growing up. We were like I don't typical sort of Iranian so. No religion really anywhere and freedom to do whatever we wanted. Think. However, we wanted but as my parents got older, they rediscovered their. Roots their Shiite woods. So there you know they may have two, thousand, six and they're. Very, devout Shia now. so for me growing up however. I actually, never really considered myself. a Muslim until I got into. College. and. Then the brothers I met initially were so knee and they sort of against to enter the wing and and copy. Islam. In an over the years, of course, with I've had. Great conversations with my parents on on certain things and. What's the significance of this event in history you? How do you interpret this verse? What about this Heidi Eve? Things like that So that's that's where a standard now. Yeah, I mean you off air you made the caveat This isn't sort of an area of study or expertise for you on, but not only just given the family background but I would I mean as someone who is really a deep student of history I think that a I think some of the the touch points that we wanNA focus on in today's conversation on it'd be really nice to hear your thoughts on because essentially couple I wanted to make to clarifying points and then kind of dive right in, and that was related to the last episode of the two parter we did with the amount weenie. Is that for the listener someone some heard my question or my line of questioning as. Kind of questioning Sunni orthodoxy around some of these historical issues and I wanted to clarify that wasn't the case I mean I'm not I wasn't sort of trying to place. Any doubts on the Sunni narrative were the Sunni approach to these the historical events that we touched on but rather it was really as I said at the outset of the conversation with the Amati 'cause Weenie that this was not meant to be a debate. We weren't there to debate a Sunni points at the allergy were a Sunni the Sunni approach to some of the historical of historical events that we talked about. So it was more of being able to be deferential. To our guest and give him the opportunity to really essentially lay down the narrative of early. Muslim. History according to the cheese sources. So I, wanted to clarify that from some of the questions that I asked not for you professor Italian but rather listener Number two with regards to this particular conversation where things more meaningful to you is that the purpose of this show is not to have you on to serve offer the Su Ni reputation, right to the points that were raised in the last episode. This is not a polemic, a polemical conversation. Again, we're not here to sort of do that. That's not the approach that at least i WanNa, take I imagine all three of us don't WanNa take it's more of a deep dive or as deep as we can get given time constraints and so on on into kind of the Sunni perspective on some of the issues, there are some of the events that we focused on last time. Good. Bremer. Great. Great. So I think or if you had any thoughts or any comments you wanted to make otherwise I'd be happy to kind of dive right into it with. A tiny. No I just want to echo that like I decided emptying Irwin Cup of understanding and just trying to understand and learn in that conversation we weren't coming with their own. Ideas to the table. They were not that we were undermining ideas. We just put them to the sites we can learn.
"amati" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Hello word nerds welcome to another episode of the dictionary i am your host spencer an if you were in america the day that this episode is being released is are independence day from those rotten english people no i don't mean that seriously i'm just trying to be silly but yes back in seventeen seventy six we got our independence and so today there will be lots of parades an fireworks a speaking of fireworks though if you have any animals please make sure they're comforted in some way a they don't like the loud noises usually a i think i heard that the of the fourth of july has the day that has be most a escaped animals the most the most lost animals that day a because of all the activity in the loud noises so please make sure that they are safe and they are comforted as much as possible please do that and also assuming you will be celebrating today be safe be smart and have fun end when i recorded this before i four got somehow to mention that the fourth of july is also my grandfather's birthday a so he will be turning ooh ninety two years old on foreign on the fourth of july the david this episode drops all right back to the rest of the episode first word for this episode is a monte capital eight am am eight t i plural is a mouthpiece with an ssd end this is in down from eighteen sixteen violin made by a member of the amonte family of cremona next we have a motive i hope that's how it's pronounced eight am eight t i v e this is an adjective from sixteen thirty six one we have these synonym morris one no probably amorous one eight m o r o u s we should be getting to that relatively soon to is another synonym for these same word amorous three am actively is an adverb an emma tive miss is they now know next we have emma tori am eight t o r y this is an adjective from fifteen ninety nine of relating to or expressing sexual love as in emma matori adventures next we have emma roasts this eight m h u r o s i s this is amy down from sixteen fifty seven partial or complete loss of site occurring a specially without an ex turnley perceptible change any i am erotic is an adjective this is from the greek morose this which literally means demean d i m m i n g and that is from aimar rhone which means to dim a that's from morose which also means damn next we have emma roddick idiocy a yes i think that's what it's telling me eight m h u r o t i see second word i d i o c y this is down from eighteen ninety six any of several recessive genetic conditions characterized by the accumulation elation of lipin containing selves indie viscera or visceral and nervous system mental retardation an impaired vision or blindness a specially we have these sending them taste sex disease t h y hyphen s h c h s i have a feeling part of this definition might be a little bit outdated a so i'm just reading what it says apologies if that was offensive to anyone a but there might be better definition out there somewhere next we have the word amaze eight am eight z e this is the first form of to its verb from before the twelfth century three one is obsolete we have these sending names be wielder end perplex to just filled with wonder synonym is astound now we have in transitive a definition to show or cause astonishment end i think i did forget to mention that those first two definitions word transitive we have a synonym for this word it's the word surprise surprise them about reid tamala g a this is from the middle english msn old english a must see on pronounciation is terrible a this from my a must see on am eight s i s n which means to confuse views and there's more at the word abide amazing lee is an adverb second form of amaze is down from the fifteenth century and we just have descending in amazement which is their next word it down from fifteen ninety to one is obsolete synonyms are consternation an bewilderment to the quality or state of being amazed three something that amazes next we have amazing this is an adjective from fifteen ninety three causing amazement great wonder or surprise that is amazing next we have amazingly this is an adverb from sixteen ninety three one to an amazing degree as in amazingly low price is come on down to the store and get these cheap cheap prices to as is amazing as in amazingly she wasn't hurt by the fall next we have amazon this is they now from the fourteenth century one is capitalized member of the race of female warriors of greek mythology to is often capitalized eight tall strong often masculine woman three is also often capitalized any of the genius of tropical american parrots typically bigly having green plumage marked with other bright colors next we have amazonian with capital hey this is an adjective from fifteen ninety four one relating to resembling or be fitting an amazon or an amazon the first time amazon was said there was with capital lay andy second time was what they lower case say two of or relating to the amazon river or it's a valley next is amazon night eight m h z o n i t e this is now from circa eighteen seventy nine an apple green or bluish green variety be of micro klein or micro clinton m i c r o c l i n e i'm not sure what that is next we have amazon stone all one word this is they known from eighteen hundred and we just have these synonym amazon night which is what i just read next we have eight m b all lower case this is an abbreviation for the word ambassador we will do one more word for this episode it is embedded george h m b h g e this is they down from the fourteenth century one is archaic we have these synonyms ambiguity an circum circum location see i r c u m i l o c u t i o n circum location i think is the correct pronunciation a usually used in the plural.
"amati" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"At five nine. So. Might be able to make some plays now on defense to get that office the ball back. We did grab some receivers. I wanted to do that we got an offensive lineman. So far. I'm kinda starting to get a little bit of hope back. Yeah. Right. Well, and I can understand why. Because look you've got some sin. Thank you for the call their Brandt. Look, you got some pieces in place that would definitely work. Now again is this. I love I'm gonna choke you Ahmadi. That's a great line. I think you should roll with that. I think it's Google Tchoukou Amati but close enough. Here's the thing is he a free safety is he a nickel is he a hybrid to me. It's a cover guy and you're drafting cover guys in the fourth round or people that you wanna put in position to say. All right. Can these guys cover absolute I like it? I like here's the thing for me. I will admittedly fall in love with certain players. I'm no different than anybody else. However what I want to see is the strategy behind. Why someone is doing something for example? For the life of me. I cannot understand why the Oakland Raiders used their three first round picks on the players. They did when they clearly didn't need to draft them in those spots. That's the part thing. Now, maybe there's no trade partner. Maybe they say to hell with it. We liked the guy we're going to take him. You know, Jonathan Abraham. Abram was would have been a solid second round pick. Solid. Second round pick. Jumped up to high on the guy in my opinion. I don't quibble, you know, look, I'm not one that says do not draft a running back in the first round. Okay. I'm not one of those people because just look at Barclay and Todd Gurley and look at their production their freedom players their beasts, they're belco house. That's what you love to have. And then you draft some people where you sign a couple of veteran free agents behind them, and that position in theory should be said, and it will be highly productive. So I'm not completely out on Josh Jacobs at running back but twenty four. They probably could have done something else there or. Slid back a little bit and still ended up getting the player and just shake is an amazing story out of Alabama that I think is a part of the appeal of having someone like that on your roster. You know, my best friend in life grew up in Newark, New Jersey, and when I did my internship in New York City, I would go down there a couple. Well, it was only one day a week that I would stay down there. But I remember driving over to Newark. And you know, memento lived in a. A ratty high rise building that was across the street from a strip club where they predominantly spoke Spanish. And I was like man, I do, you know, if we go walking around, I was nervous, man. Here's what you do. Now learned a lot of life lessons from Nelson. One of the things he told me was remember when Michael org drafted remember? He said to me. That's most dangerous player in the draft. I said what said guys most dangerous player, Jeff, you know, why he knows what like to be broke. And ain't got nowhere to live. That's people you want on your team. I'm like, you know, what? Now, I didn't even think of that inner city kid would think that way right? Not some on key from western Pennsylvania who moved to New England. But that like I can get behind Josh Jacobs and his want in his will to stay in the NFL because he comes from nothing. I would put some extra poop dose on that kid in terms of ranking him on my draft board. But I still don't know if I would have taken twenty four overall because of the philosophy about it. Let's go to Aaron in Colorado Springs, next on the gresh show on CBS sports radio. What's up, Aaron, gresh? How you doing, sir? I'm great brother, Choubey, some info, man. What do you have today? Definitely a big Bronco fan down here in definitely happy to raiders what they did since. We gotta see them a lot throughout the year. But you know, I won't I won't admit though are trading away. Our ten pick definitely surprise me. But then I like, I don't know where we're going to go with our twentieth pick. But after they got fan, I said, you know, what I did not mind that pick it all with the tight end position that were even help with especially with injuries and whatnot. But my biggest thing was still having drew fall to us at number forty two which was huge and still able to pick them up and did what he did to make it happen, and he's been getting a lot of flak lately. But I think he's doing a good job force and were very. Happy to have through with us. That's my. I'll be honest with you, Aaron thanks, man. I'm not a not a huge fan of John Elway some of the moves that he's made. But I think he's run his draft brilliantly this year, they slide down. They still get Noah fan who will help them in the passing game. Dalton reisner is a guy who was a borderline first second round pick. You know, he was a college tackle like a Zack Martin or Brandon sheriff with the that inside starting ability, and he's a three time captain. So means you've got a leader. And I like that especially in offense lineman. And then he drew lock who. I mean, you know, the value there there were some who have locked the first round guy. You know, he was a one to to me. But you really don't have anybody in the pipeline. And to me this was you know, you arguably God the third best quarterback in this draft. And he got him early in the second round. So I look if just the one and the twos hit this is a pretty damn good draft. And I think one that will be impactful for Denver for years to come eight five five two one two four CBS eight five five two one two four to seven. This first our has full moon loan by we're going to take all your NFL draft calls anything on a particular player. I wanna hear about your team. Is there a strategy that you didn't like is there a team that you look at it and say, well, that's why they suck because they did X mines.
"amati" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And now State Street is ready to stare down the artist who designed and made that sculpture claiming she selling and making money off replicas and that is in violation of her contract. Fearless girl was supposed to be a temporary fixture outside the new York Stock Exchange bought it quickly became a selfie phenomenon. Now two years later, it's still stands in a more permanent location. The Federal Reserve is out with minutes from its last monetary policy meeting this afternoon. But is there a hidden message inside the numbers that will move the markets. Oppenheimer funds. Christian Amati tells Bloomberg don't look too hard fed is basically the US economy slowing down to a pace where no for the rate hikes. Needed. The fed held interest rates steady in the first meeting of the year. There are seven more to go. Drugs giant Merck is trying to find ways that it's blockbuster drug key Trudeau can be used in other cancer applications. It's been aggressive in recruiting companies to take it for a test drive. The latest being with Cambridge biotech torque therapeutics torque lead treatment is in early stage testing and Merck would like to see if keep Trudeau helps when paired with its drug or on its own no financial terms on this arrangement released. That's New England business. Jeff Brown WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Not a lot of movement on Wall Street today. The Dow is up eleven points, the s&p five hundred up about two and a half and the NASDAQ gaining just about fifteen points right now. Eleven twenty seven coming up in the news at eleven thirty. The very latest on another.
"amati" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Call five five nine eight two seven eight four eight five. I'm Ed horrible. And this is the kindness revolution. I heard a good idea about goal setting for the new year. And it's to take the time portion out of your goals. For example, if you goal is to lose twenty pounds. Don't put a time in just over losing the twenty same for running a five k you're completing a project leave out the time, but just move forward. Up setting some goals. But my objective is going to be to keep moving towards those goals without concern as to the time it takes what do you think? Check us out of the kindness revolution. And let us know. Now back to Ray Appleton on KM, Jay. Get it. Something you want is pay in other words money. Honey. Hey y. That's keyword shoot. It tonight five eight one nine texted now and good luck to you. Next hands coming up just after three with Chris Daniels. Issues a pay big today on KM J with Ray. Issues of gender equality in pay big with Nancy Pelosi and OAC as we call her. Now, Andrea, I know excuse me, Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. We've that's Amati with that coming up getting back to state prisoners and their need for medical attention and play paying a small copay. That the legislatures would like to get rid of at least one of them would get one of the reasons why we had that in the first place was to keep down.
"amati" Discussed on Farm Small Farm Smart
"Those types of things and a part of my decision making for deciding what was important going into twenty nineteen with I and now gotten past this hurdle of financial sustainability like over the past year two years because I quit my job in two years ago in December. It had been kind of up in the air financially. Like, I was living off some savings, and I had definitely income coming in but expenses outweighed income in twenty eighteen was the year where I went income positive in. I felt like okay, everything here fields staple is stable as it can realistically feel and I I no longer kind of had to worry about. Scrambling as much because when you don't. We don't have enough in calm. You know, there's a there's a few things you're doing right. Like, you're maybe trying to build one thing. Which in my case was a paper pot. But eventually once you're building it like there's only so much. You can do to turn up the volume or pushed the accelerator to make it go faster like you can't speed up growth past a certain point within reason. So I was kind of trying to fill in the gaps and do other things and in shoot it other little targets to try and make income. And then I started looking back in two thousand eighteen and say, okay, what what am I doing to make all this income? What all these numbers? Look like, where's the future? What do I enjoy here? And let's just focus on that stuff financially. It can be comfortable not extravagant at this point in cut stuff. So for me finally kind of getting past that income bar is one of the things that allowed me to take a more designed. Approach for twenty nine teen that I hadn't been able to do in the past because it had to be a little more grinding helter skelter in previous years because I just had to try a bunch of stuff to get to something that works. So I definitely empathize with the new startup. The new entrepreneur somebody who's trying to work the side hustle and do a bunch of things. But once you finally get traction, it's nice to see like, okay, we're outside. The storm is clear. Sailing ahead knowledge, really decide Norwich islander we go into here. That's again, a very brilliant observation and result. And I think the the main thing here is understanding that we really do have a finite amount of attention and a finite amount of energy that is one of the most important things that I have learned over the last couple of years. We have a finite amount of time. You have a finite amount of energy. We have a finite. Amount of inspiration. We have a finite amount of enthusiasm on a daily on a weekly on a monthly on a yearly basis. It's really true. And yes, you can supplement with stimulants, but it's artificial for anybody who's ever worked on something passed when their body said, yes. And they moved to caffeine or they move to something heavier. You are you are boring from your health to do that work. And I I've been in that place before I pulled all nighters I've I've done big nights on caffeine. I've done big nights on her Amati. I've done you know, I I've worked through that. Or I've I've amped myself up to move past. When my body is saying, no, what's interesting is that as we take a look at that idea. And there's there's this beautiful. This is beautiful way of of charting, and it kind of looks like a a split octopus. You start with a a total full amount one hundred percent. And then there's splits, and I see them a lot on read it, they're they're they're usually in. The data's beautiful sub read it shows, how income is split in. It goes all the way down to the nitty-gritty to start with one hundred percent..
"amati" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Fan New York City. Amount Miami till. Can women playing got to kind of gauge deal. A. Hyphen tests known twenty five Neil, I'm in the Mazda. Mazda tease, MAG gray. Okay. Halloween. Oh, really? Ron has glancing empty molasses. Amati ma. Later. She know even really. Is really nice. You are rating you only once model? Payday. Already play twin anybody say the money and away risk. Colin. Almost. We would. That's my. I'm chris. Hey. I'm so young. A finding plenty how sweet. Mike huckabee. This guy. But she thought you already. The model. When we bought it day. Sitting on a bench. Hey day win. Anybody say can't stand the money in a way. All righty now should be canceled in twenty nineteen. We're going to speak on it. I don't locked and loaded over there who's to be canceled in twenty nine hundred this person stresses us out all the time. Mad cats spell.
"amati" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"Think I screen the UN a bunch of friends, and you guys really enjoyed it. It's also Vince Vaughn Fred Claus. I I so this poem came and Wednesday. It was like a box office flop. People. Don't remember Toji Amati plays cenacles, his brother and Vince worn basically is like his cynical brother who doesn't really believe in Christmas or the Christmas spirit. And it's not even funny. It's got some loss. But it surprisingly, very sweet and very, heartwarming. And again, it's all about the spirit of Christmas. And I really liked Poggioli Amati as well as as Santa Claus and Kathy Bates plays them mother. Anyway, it was it was just charming. I've seen it three or four times. It's very it's like a hidden gem look at some of the greatest movie, but it's quite charming, Bella new expectant, especially for Christmas. You know when there's all the traditional classic movies. Fred causes a film. I think people should check out. I agree. Okay. Is that all this? That's lists. That was so snapping pop. They gonna give us a her ho ho ho ho much now of machine gun. All right. Well, that's it. Look happy holidays everyone here at Tony in the movie guy. We really do wish you guys a very happy Christmas. Yes. An very happy new year. But hopefully, we'll be able to get one more episode that before them we'll see the idea, and then we'll be into two thousand nineteen. I can't believe it. Crazy. Right. Okay. Well, that was fun. And you know, we actually I'll list quite different. I like lost you good. Who knows what what happened next year? We'll revisit Christmas movies again could just be tradition. Tradition. There you go. All right. Well, good night everyone. Goodnight seeing time. Thanks so much philistine to another episode of Tony the movie guy, the podcast are friendly reminders to please follow Oliver social media, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at Tony the movie guy, you can also keep up with Tony's most current movie reviews on Tony the movie dot com, and most importantly have a fun and safe Christmas. And you will see you in two weeks. But by.
"amati" Discussed on First Take
"So that's not there the same way anymore, obviously, he not good anymore. But so that's what we're thinking about. But it will not stay with him. The way the Weber moment stayed with Weber because the fact is they weren't the best team. They had no shot to win. It didn't cost them the championship. And no one believes. That it did let me say this. I don't mind JR Smith Amati. First of all, let me tell you set the right now J is not a bad guy at all one of the nicest guys regardless and listen, he's really really is one of the nicest guys he gets streaky gets hot. He could geek and make some happen happen as a perimeter defender. I'm not trying to say that what I'm pointing to is the indelible memory that won't escape people. You're talking about what it should be. I'm talking about what it is people when you bring up JR Smith that's gonna come to their moms famous moment of his career. Yes. Nice to end our Twitter poll question of the day. We'll the fans give LeBron a standing all the results are in seventy six percent say yes, I don't know what the hell out of the twenty four percents is thinking about what pilot what could Cleveland northeast, Ohio possibly complain about any left. The man came back into you had you had a fifty two year drought in in professional sports in the city champion earlier in the back to fulfill a promise earlier's charitable area everyone's gonna due to the area earlier this show. I said LeBron's not most as he can't part the sea. Let alone bring the Pacific Ocean, thousands of miles away to clean them to Cleveland, Ohio. But he kind of is Moses in that. And then he grows to the promised land. And not even he may not get there with him. He got there with them. He took them to the promised land. Cleveland Ohio with the center university ready for this. He'll be forever grateful, Dan. Gilbert is the owner for the Cleveland Cavaliers you had damn well better have something special planned for LeBron James tonight. You Dan what he listen. He they owed that man. That's right. I think he'll get prime mortgage say oh that man. Yes. They do. How you because guess what we're doing tomorrow? We're going to be right here for you. Thanksgiving morning, me and my tooth. Football. All that good stuff. Celebrate thanksgiving with us in the morning time for coast to coast. Thanks for listening to the podcast gets. I dig weekdays ten AM eastern ESPN..
"amati" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
"And do you have to pay the royalty fees and stuff like that? And and what kind of team worked on this book? Well, the the NBA owns the copyright and everything that we've shot that goes both you guys. And that's the way it's been. I mean for a couple of decades now, right, right? And across the board. That's pretty much the way it is for all the major sports. So getting images is the licensing partner for the NBA. So any photo that anyone needs worldwide that net Nyerere any photographer were to NBA shot. They they I go to Getty and look on Getty images on the site. And if the photos not there, then they call Getty or the NBA, but the NBA Getty had this contractual relationship where Getty has the rights to license worldwide. Right. So in doing the book the publisher had to come to an agreement with Getty, actually to license. My photos for the book is a specific use. Right. And you know, getting was very amenable to making a good deal. They, you know, everybody wants to work together. They weren't certainly weren't going to stand in the way of the book getting done. And it was important to to the NBA an NBA photos for the book to be done because it's a nice showcase of what we do is group, you know, myself, but also, you know, went NBA photos can do. And so that you know, everyone worked together. And and luckily, we have a good a good small group of of researchers and editors and NBA photos. You know, led by our boss, Joe Amati who kind of Joe took this under his wing because he really wanted to be part of this project. So some photos Joe actually remembered that I didn't remember or you know, Joe is busy. He got one of the guys back there to kind of help. And like I said about ninety five percent of what we were looking for we found, and if we didn't find it, then it probably didn't exist or we were able to something else. That's kind of told the story that he was trying to tell from your film days. How much of that is digitize right now, you know, what percentage? I don't know. What would you think that you know, it's tough to say because it's been it's always difficult to go backwards. Yeah. You know, and there's tons of stuff that still needs to be skinned. So it's almost done on a need basis. Correct. Right years ago. We did a project NBA fifty right? And that was all done on film. But going back to look for Bill Russell shot. You would then scan at you need a project to initiate going backwards and probably half of Kobe's. I think we. Yeah. I wanna say two thousand three issue because we were just talking about LeBron earlier it was sort of. I was a last hold out. I was still shooting film. Lebrons career because the film was just so I was definitely a whole day was just so beautiful. Yeah. Yeah. Socially, you need a project to go backwards. But the Kobe is a perfect example. But it is hard to put a number of of percents. Is there an ongoing digitizing thing regardless nerve, which obviously it's project driven. But when there's nothing really needed. Is there anybody in their downtime, just saying, okay? Let's get another few hundred images. Zillions? There is the keyword there is downtime. Once the season starts, we're busy. We're busy in the summer with WNBA. There's an Olympic project going on in the summit. There's not a whole lot of the quote unquote, downtime talk about NBA photos a little bit like what the how big the organization is. And the number of editors and photographers, and even how they managed the the workflow amongst the various games go on, you know, it's a pretty it's a pretty involved gr. Group. It has changed from film to digital. But essentially at every NBA game there is a quote unquote team photographer shooting for NBA that that evening, and what has changed in the last couple of years, which has made our job a little more time, consuming and difficult. Everything is considered live now with digital the cameras were all tethered, we hit I hit a shudder in at a Knicks game at MSG those images appear in Secaucus four seconds later on around rather entry, whether you're in Minnesota LA, Chicago..
"amati" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Go around the room and say what we're grateful and another relative after this big moment where this confession happens. This didn't work for you this confession happens. And then a few of the people splinter off to the kitchen to argue and another relative gets up and decides he's going to take his turn anyway. And it's a weighty admission by him and. I thought that was actually really fun moment. But then what I didn't love is when the sequence goes back to the poor guy to tag the scene where only like three people are still sitting there, and he's obviously gambling it on. That's when it then. Push that joke just a little bit too far for me. Oh that was the exclamation point did now because that's taking it to a really dark play. Yeah. It is. Because it's making you feel bad about laughing earlier, if it had just wanna go they just done it once you could laugh and feel okay? Then we return to it. And you're right. The guy is making a really heartfelt confession slash admission expression of gratitude. I no one cares really gonna balk. But that's not the spirit. That's not Representative of the spirit of the movie overall. It's it's one tiny little jet over to dark humor to really black comedy that. I appreciate it. I laughed so much in this movie. I'm really surprised you use the word theatrical because it did not strike me that way at all everything. I just out that was well it gets loud. If it gets loud and big and Hans performance in particular. But every time it was so rooted in a real situation, and I want to get back to haunt because right now, she's on my list among the best female performances of the year. I just loved this so much her character Ed talented, we're going to get back to her. But let me talk about the visual wit a little bit more the very first shot where we see her. It's really just her midsection reclined on a bed on her side and a her torsos exposed, and and immediately we anti lost in translation. Yes. I thought of lost in translation and that and decades of other films. We're conditioned to think something sexual is at play. Right. And then, of course, a man g Amati comes into the frame pause. And then he just jabs her with a needle of fertility drugs. Yeah. And it's funny. It's disorienting also gets at the the notion that the mood..
"amati" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"That coiled potency bad feel WAM potency is coiled William Buckley. I mean, you know what? I'm going straight to the punishment. He's already receiving it in hell right now. That honestly looks like it's like it's like that. Vince McMahon mean only he's watching like quad Amal and nuns get murdered. You know, here's that you and q.. I never put together luckily, and I know we're running short on time, but you Buckley always wanted to more European style conservatives. Right? Sort of a educated style blood and soil nationalism. A high high Tory litters. But the one thing he really took from Europe, he took from Britain and it certain activities you do with students. It's pedagogical. That's the pedal. It is strictly pedagogical folks. He's in hell right now having a hot poker shoved up his ass by the devil. Okay. For sitting through that countdown of twenty two, you're twenty three twenty five of those incredibly evil. Shitheads here's your reward. The most blessed Yale alumni Posey Amati. Beautiful. Look at him GM. In the world. Glowering share of books. It's not all bad is what I'm trying to say. It's mostly bad, but maybe policy Ahmadi will be there. And it's like mobile financial crisis happened? Yes. But then a few years later, there was a movie about it and guess who was in it. Paul giamati. So when there's the next crisis, we're all made homeless and living in Mad Max hell world will be one billionaire psychopath with a movie studio, projecting films onto the moon's surface and guess who will be in it. Paul giamati sometimes beautiful flowers grow upon a pilot down. Okay guys, that is the yield countdown. And I think I've got to the end of my cue for the evening. And then Connecticut you guys have been an amazing audience tonight. Hinden. Space ballroom. If you give us just five or ten minutes, we'll be in the back signing books. I hope to see you there. Once again, we are shop trapped house. Thank you guys so much. Good night..
"amati" Discussed on Stick to Football
"We got drew tranquil safety of notre dame and ugo amati the corner from oregon maybe the top ranked player outta my list and that i wanted to throw in a dude for twenty twenty because i started watching him i pulled a mellow started watching it was like this guy's good and then it was damaged he's not eligible and that's byron murphy the corner from washington he is going to be a stud when we start talking twenty twenty all right i got a pretty long list as well starting at the cornerback position newsreel good and yeah i got a good list man greedy williams the long physical corner at lsu our guest for this week levada taylor fsu one of my favorites he's got a lot of dens award in that game and i can't wait to see him in the fsu defense the andrea baker another freakishly talented corner at georgia you're right matt this list and the acc an sec is really insane michael jackson at a miami and miami's also got a safety on this list kwan johnson so miami a talented secondary this year mark gilbert out of duke insane ball production and he is long six foot to about a buck eighty all he does is make plays on the ball with those long arms and tracks really well so an exciting corner prospect to watch out of duke this year trayvon mohan a guy in the same exact mold only he plays for clemson and i think he's going to see a lot of interception opportunities with that front seven in front of him getting after quarterbacks to more safeties onless chauncey gardiner johnson from florida listening you know i love those gator db's so this is another one to keep an eye on and then a smaller guy that play safety lucas dennis from boston college he's he's tiny guy safety live ten one eighty five all he does is make plays he was tied second in the country i believe it's seven picks last year along with gilbert i think he can cover out of the slot at the next level one of those kind of versatile safeties as we saw buddha baker where this guy i don't care how big is he just knows where to be he knows where the ball's going and boston college another program turning out db's year after year man we might have to get to a miami game that secondary is going to be loaded i want to i want to go to miami fsu this year ooh that would be good yeah what's our travel budget ooh has zero dollars listening to this who would like to sponsor i travel already texted friends that i have in every state where there's a game i want to watch and i'm like just letting you know kind of looking at this maybe like who knows if we have a travel budget for hotels but it's something to keep a four man tent jeep wrangler we're fine anywhere it looks pretty sweet even take walker with four people fit in that jeep fine it's a bore man tent we'll be good list is we get a four man that is simple sure like i was just going through deep prospects like whom i get drafted there's no one in the big twelve worth talking about today ohio state dominates the list because they have half my players as jalen arnett who is that we looked at last year along with his other corner kindle sheffield those are two guys that are big on my list another one i added out of penn state a mani a warrior a i said that wrong the big physical corner out of penn state i like what i saw him and then the safety i'm watching out of wisconsin dakota dixon not a whole lot of guys coming out of the big twelve or big ten to play corner and safety this year no there are not in it's kind of that way like even with receivers this year when we get receiver preview it's it matches up weird in the big ten big twelve the shareware paris campbell's really really fast whenever ho state kendall sheffield's really really fast coming off how how state otherwise i just kind of waiting yeah i mean there's good running back predict production their offense and defensive line is going to be loaded but as far as cornyn safety there's not much going.
"amati" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"But she she is a fan of goodell because she's a fan of bloodless soulless flax for corporations and billionaires which is what she is that's how we got her start that is in the coke brothers institute for humane studies that is an awesome type of person just like i don't really like the games is kind of boring but roger goodell he just just really he just knocks out of the park every time there's just a fan of leadership she closes here saying fervently supporting free speech doesn't necessarily imply that everyone should have to listen to that speech every waking moment which is why you can support what the athletes are kneeling for and their right to speak forcefully for their opinions without retaliation or censure and yet still recognize the wisdom of goodell style compromise that leaves americans at least a few arenas where they only have to root for one team at a time oh roger you lifted by the way you'll without retaliation or sensor like capper nick still doesn't have a job in the nfl because the owners literally colluded to keep one and or even sponsorship deal yeah hey so roger goodell player of the year though he left it all at the field to keep the nfl article real bluecollar commissioner shows up the commission every day he's the first guy in his office last guy to leave his office every day real him eggs type of commissioner he's not one of those showboats and that you'd get in other leagues guys like bud seelig like flashy sexy players like archie amati.
"amati" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"In amati experience and the the best thing about this is that is what's mar is about cinema is about thing of going to see some we like earlier on in the email wrote in about going to see you know the guernsey film in a particular circumstance and thinking the film did exactly what they needed it to do and in this case the people who are invested in the event are going see and he's giving them exactly what they want and if we're in a position in the twenty th century when film when cinemas still has the ability to do that then things are a lot healthier than all the naysayers it's all it's all finished all going to be it's all gonna be over five years time and virtual reality is going to take everything else you're going to be watching no there is something about the scene which is still working it's exactly the same experience that people have when they were going to see beggars of life on polian before the advent of sound of beggars of life and ministry that these films getting quite crowded but one of the reason i haven't seen this yet one of the reasons i wanted to see it is that i've been doing a bit of work with this screenwriter jackson and his brace tabbies knows what he's talking about and he was saying that to work of its he went and absolutely marveled go into phrase because of the way you keep track of so many different characters they all have their moment and you are following and tracking so he he thought it was work about so i think i think that's absolutely true when you have that many stories in the symbol tiniest or all this time and what you're having to do is that that is just from a logistical point of view quite headspinning we're gonna talk about lean on pete with andrew hague it's rising directed very shortly mark has this first.
"amati" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour
"And you would think they were speaking for language i will say that having had some exposure to uh law enforcement side as somebody who worked in the on the counter terrorism uh part of the house of the on why pd and so you deal with you know the various prosecutor's offices there the notion of prosecutors who make decisions based on how much they like or do not like a particular target of investigation what it will look like for the prosecutors career that is very important for everyone at home watching to understand uh because it is true wh one quick question for buck and and and maybe maybe this just you know wall street conspiracy theory but it's interesting how we the financial collapse happening two thousand eight and then with with all of the insider trading boss know like fit to some people it feels like that was the low hanging fruit and and that's one of the reasons that they went after starting with my former voss rajaratne but that's why they really we're going after insider trading has nothing to do with the collapse but it was good headlines do you have any thoughts on that oh absolutely it was because they they were getting all this heat for not taking people who were involved in the in the mortgage meltdown of wall street's and frog marching them out of offices in many cases because they no longer had offices to be frogmarched out of it out but because that didn't happen they were looking for a political win and you mentioned your boss roger rod dumb look who went after him pre berrara look what free per are is now he is a guy who is a cnn contributor on his way to running for higher office in new york state and who knows how far that guy's ambitions go and he is a partisan and has been all along who's looking to increase his own profile so that is reflected i think in the show billions with the character that paul g amati plays and that is very true to life.