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The Next Great Quarterback Prospect Is Someone You Never Knew
"Tim thank you for joining me man. Hey good to be here bobble. So i'm bringing you on for a specific reason and that is i don't know anything somehow still about trae lance. I feel like you could walk into the room. Sitting in right now. And i would not necessarily know if that is in fact trae lance. So how did you start your profile of this guy. Tim pablo it's interesting. You'd say that because you know it's it's almost like he was created to torment. Nfl evaluators. tim. Q. is a senior writer for. Espn whose profile of trae lance is on espn dot com. Right now. he's from an f. School even though he won a national championship he only had seventeen starts competition. He played against wasn't at the level of an sec. Or or a power five. So they're all these questions about him and yet the talent is undeniable character. Everything checks out and yet he is still this relative unknown. Just because of all these circumstances that include pandemic related cancellations the fact that he played one game in the last year. He's really a fascinating study. Because somebody's gonna take him very high draft and you get the feeling that they aren't going to be completely sure what they're getting. Yeah he is one of the top five quarterbacks in this year's draft him. Let's just start at the beginning here with young trae lance in marshall minnesota with his parents carlton and angie lance. What was his football career lake at marshall high school his football career at marshall high in a town of about fourteen thousand people at three hour drive west of minneapolis was very under the radar.
Don't Have a Seat at the Table? Build Your Own Table
"I hit the woods diversity equity and inclusion part of me is immediately skeptical and by the way. I am. Not a skeptic. I'm a very optimistic person. But not that. I don't believe in diversity equity and inclusion. I wouldn't be doing this podcast if that was the case for me. The skepticism is aimed at the corporate or even institutional settings that it commonly exists. Saying for one i think that many companies and institutions used diversity initiatives in tokenism way and. I'm sure those few were listening. May have experienced this somehow in some setting and if you have please share it with us let us know your thoughts on it. The other thing is that. I can't help but wonder how long are we going to continue to measure any progress As getting a seat at the table that were never intended to include us in. The first place is getting the seat at the table enough in my opinion. No it isn't so what we are really celebrating when a person of color gets a high position at historically resist institution is the fact that the person is acknowledged but what we don't realize is that sometimes it is done in an unfair and dokan amazing fashion. And what does it mean if a company is angie btcu plus inclusive but doesn't treat its workers fairly. And here's the thing i feel like. Our current administration is the biggest example of this sorry syrians for the bombs. But don't you feel better knowing that are vice. President is the first woman of color now. I'm not pretending to have all the answers. But i cannot ignore these questions.
Aligning Your Money & Values With Kathleen McQuiggan of Artemis Advisors
"Women are known for spending their money focused on helping others and the community as well as making more money. Men tend to just focus it on making more money. Women have always been values based investors. I remember this. When i worked at bear stearns and american express deloitte by the way i did campaigns on women and well women have always been values based investors and now the rest of the world is catching on it's called. Espn investing for environment society and governance focused investing basically designed around the un development sustainable development goals or the sdg in fact the sec the securities and exchange commission now has its first head of es g an investing is outperforming other strategies including even in this economy. So how does it work. I'd like you to meet cathleen mcguigan. She is a wealth advisor at artists financial group and a woman. Who's been in my world about these issues for several years. Previously she was in the packs. World investing as head of global women's investing and ran global women's index fund and prior to that. She spent thirteen years at goldman sachs welcomed green catches radio kathleen. Thank you for joining us. Finally thanks for having me and it's great. It's great to finally have this conversation. I appreciate it. So let's start with defining some terms so that people are were were were not losing people define investing for people who aren't familiar with it and talk about the power. Sure angie investing. And i i should do the disclaimer. I feel like you know the financial services industry we use so much jargon acronyms and you know i think sometimes people just get overwhelmed by not understanding some of the inside lingo and you know. I think it's important that people realize that you said earlier right you. Your money is power and women need more of both and sustainable investing which is how we refer to it at artists. And i think this is an emerging sort of language. It isn't bit of alphabet soup. But if you think of sustainable investing what back in the seventies was known as socially responsible investing what is sometimes being referred to now as impact investing. You these things are starting to mean different things. But i'll use sustainable and responsible investing is kind of a general framework for explaining how in the investment process in addition to looking at the traditional financial. Metrics that most organizations would use in making investment decisions sustainable and responsible investing ads. On what i say as an additional layer and it adds on looking at a accompanies in mental. Which is the social. Which is the ass and governance. Which is the g so these. E s g factors as are commonly referred to to be incorporated in the overall investment process or Analysis environmental social and governance factors are additional things that get analyzed and looked at for people to make decisions as to where they want place their buddy so i think of this and i tried to explain it to people as think of it as adding more of the things that were looking at to decide what is good company that we may or may not want a purchase or use an additional set of factors in analyzing investments.
House prepares to pass $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill, and Biden is expected to sign it this week
"The senate passing present. Biden's one point nine trillion dollar stimulus package over the weekend. It now heads to the house. And he'll have more joins us now with more on that. And she can also weigh in on oprah in the world of two as well. good morning. well angie. I didn't get a chance to watch the interview. Because i was so busy. Following all the ins and outs of this relief package as you would've now headed for. That's my drama. That's my job. The bill is now headed to a final vote in the house. After some last minute. Haggling in the senate over the weekend. Democratic senator joe manchin held up this process for nearly twelve hours as he pushed scale back that boost and jobless benefits the amount will now be three hundred dollars a week instead of four hundred dollars but the last one week longer ending on september the six in addition the first ten thousand two hundred dollars in benefits will be tax free for households. Earning less than one hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year. Now in the end democrats did hold the line. Pass the bill saturday afternoon. Republicans they also stuck together with every gop. Senator voting against it at the white house later. President biden acknowledged that the politics weren't always pretty but he said the relief was urgently needed. This plant puts us on a path to beating the virus. This plan gives those families who are struggling the most help and the breathing room. They need to get through this moment. This plan gives small businesses country. A fighting chance to survive at the house plans to vote on this package on tuesday. Guys i give the president plenty of time to sign this into law before there's unemployment benefits run out at the end of the week back to you Ilan well here. We have a deal here. We have a deal after all this time right. If the first time you get the check if when you start checking the mail for the check okay so i. The house does have to vote on. The president does have to sign it but right and said over the weekend that he expects the checks to be able to go out sometime later on this month what we saw in december once the last relief package was passed was that it took about a week for those first. Texas are hitting bank account so that seems like a realistic timeframe. it could take a little bit longer. If you're actually receiving a check in the mail though
Brittany Higgins Files Police Report on Parliament House Rape Claim
"Almost a not. Australia has been transfixed by the story of brittany hagans. The former political stuff who alleges she was raped in a minister's office inside parliament house more allegations against the same men have followed along with ongoing rounds of recriminations about how badly brittany higgins case was handled all giving rise to the clear impression that something is very wrong in parliament house on stephen smiling. And i'm angie lovelock and today on the signal the case that might just trigger some desperately needed reform women in australian politics. Okay so it's it's been a couple of weeks. Maybe you could take back to the moment when this story broke. Yes so it was the first monday of this sitting fortnight around eight o'clock the morning. This is clear armstrong. She's the national political reporter at the daily telegraph newspaper based in parliament. House in canberra. An article appeared on newstalk today written by a journalist code cement the maiden and she Published the allegations of brittany higgins question of where the parliament housing camera is a safe workplace for women is again in the headlines following allegations that a young government staff member was raped in minister's office in an interview with news dot com dot. Au higgins claimed. She felt forced to choose between reporting the assault to police or keeping her dream job. Britney alleges that she was raped by a maiocco lake in the office of now defense minister linda reynolds and The instant reaction i would say was one of complete and utter shock. This abject failure to provide a safe place of work here in parliament and in politics more. Broadly has got to come to an. I think there is. I called for problem inside this building. I've spoken about it many times. I think for far too long young. Women have copped the brunt of the culture in this place and it's time we cleaned it up often beak political scandal type stories us saved until the monday of a sitting week. Because of course you have all of the politicians in cambra unable to escape the issue which was pretty much exactly why that story was published when it was but then quite quickly became apparent that this was going to be a really huge issue. More than i think what people may be realized at that moment because of course she was also booked. This brittany was also booked to appear on the project that night and give a full kind of unfettered account of what she was alleging. And that's really how it kicked off really starting the week with the most possible drama. I think i've had since. I've been camera eighteen months. Welcome back to this special edition of the project tonight. Claims of ripe roadblocks to a police investigation and a young woman forced to choose between her career and the pursuit of justice. And it all happened right in the heart of our democracy as you said clear. It broke on the monday of the start of this session. But the details of britain higgins allegations relate to twenty nineteen. What does she say happened in. What happened back then when she first talked about it. Yeah absolutely so her. Her allegation dates back to sort of the friday. Saturday of of twenty dead of much in two thousand nineteen And brittany alleges that when she was out at a with colleagues drinking at one point The the man she alleges raped her. She says through the night he'd hurler drink. She realized she was quite drunk. Wanted to home. I notice that he was buying meal out of drinks. And i was just sort of job. Well done kind of broadly being rewarded in a weird way. So would you say you were drunk when you decided to go home obsolete. She says it was suggested that because they lived in the same direction. They should share cab when she was in that cab he said i've got to pick something up from parliament on the way i and she goes along with it ends up being signed dean to parliament. Neither of them have their passes. It's quite light after hours. They have to sign themselves. Will he. signs. Both of the men go into the office. She says she would feel well. She laid down and she alleges that she wake up with with demand on top of that i woke up mid ripe essentially. I don't know why i knew. He was almost finished. But i felt like it had been going on for a while or that. He was done. He was sweaty. I couldn't get him off of me at this point. I started crying fast. Forward to the the the start of the workweek she. She comes to work and immediately. The issue is initially traded as security breach because obviously Linda reynolds was defense industry minister at the time a lot of classified important information potentially in that office so she learns pretty quickly that the male stafa involved in these instant has already been had their employment terminated over these potential security breach and she's brought into a series of formal employment meetings to discuss. What is that time. Believed to be a security breach felt like a disciplinary meeting. It was we've been made aware of the events in that. You guys were here after hours. And you know that's not acceptable She of course then disclosed to her boss when reynolds what she alleged happened to her and that also then led her going to the afp.
Tax tips during the COVID-19 pandemic
"Main bridges. Tech season is underway. Experts have some tips to avoid fees during the covert pandemic, Angie Norville reports, experts say those who are on unemployment will need extra cash on hand as it is text income stimulus checks, however, a tax free If you work from home during the pandemic, you can claim a write off, but the criteria is specific. You can claim it if you were self employed or a business owner and comm prove a dedicated space for work. But if, for example, you work at the kitchen table where he dinner, then you're not eligible for that write off for those who trade stocks. As we have seen many new buyers this year be advised. There are fees. If you sold stock during 2020. Also, you can take advantage of the look back rule this year. Americans can report 2019 or 2020 incomes when filing to qualify for the highest benefits and earned income tax and
Aunt Jemima brand's new name revealed: Pearl Milling Company
"Oats is indeed releasing a new name and logo for. Its angie mine and jemima products. We knew we knew. That was coming retiring stereotype. That is adorned. It's pancake mix and syrup support decades the name and jemima long criticized as racist caricature of a black woman stemming from slavery. Well they've finally made the call. It will be replaced with the pearl milling company name and logo on the former brand's new packaging according to parent company pepsico. I wonder if you can find the old end. Jemima packaging for example on ebay. I wonder what that selling for these days. Pepsico spokesperson said. We're starting a new day with pearl millet company new day rooted in the brand's historic beginnings and its mission to create moments. That matter at the breakfast
'The Hate U Give author Angie Thomas on the importance of humanizing Black men
"Andrew. Thomas is a thrill to welcome you to washington post live. Thank you so much for having me. Listen we'll talk about the hate you give in in a moment. The movie is superb. We'll talk about why i think it's superb in a moment. But why did you decide to write about maverick carter. Who's the father of the main character in the hate you give in your new book. Concrete rose maverick. Is the character that i was asked about the most which you know kinda surprising since. We're talking about a young adult novel and in the hague if he was the father. You wouldn't think the father would get that much attention but my readers from the young kids at telling me that maverick is one of their favorite characters to the moms and the dads who were just in all him in inspired by him on. It was very apparent that there was a lot of love for this character but there were a lot of questions to and something that my readers wanted to know. How did he become the man and the father that we see in the hate you give when we know that he was once in a gang he wants sold drugs even once went to prison. And those aren't things you always line up with. Wonderful father filler community So it was. It was their questions that led me to decide. You know what. Maybe i should explore this character. His story to give a bit more perspective and understanding and show that. He's not so much a unicorn as people think he is. I have. I have a an a confession to make an admission. I didn't see. I didn't watch the hate you give even though is red. I saw all the reviews and people are raving about it. I didn't watch it until a couple of days ago. And i didn't because quite frankly suffering from ptsd. I could not take. I thought another movie where we would see something. Bad happened to somebody black watching it a couple of days ago to your point. Maverick was just this character. That i just drew. I was just drawn to him primarily. Because i'm looking at a person. Even though he's in a gang he was in a gang. He went to prison even though he did. All these things that i personally couldn't relate to but the man was someone i recognize and is that part of what people were reacting to. In in maverick in the hate you give absolutely absolutely. I have to say the movie played a role as well in me writing this book. Russell hornsby's portrayal of maverick was phenomenal. it was truly a gift and i was able to have conversations with him once set about the character that made me dig deeper into maverick. Who he was and what led him to be who he was so The character has as has gotten his big fan base. And i think it is because there's something about the quality of the man that really draws people in and his the fact that he did do all of these things that there are a lot of people who can't connect with that they can't connect with you know going to prison or being in a gang but they can't connect with wanting to protect your family. They can connect with wanting to improve your community An empowering your children. So i hope it goes to show people that There are some aspects of all of us that we can connect with once we get to know each other as opposed to making quick judgments and another confession. I was tearing up in many places primarily because of maverick that opening scene talking to his kids but especially the scene after the run in at the at the restaurant in the parking lot with the police he lines them up in the in the in the front yard so powerful and i bring that up. Because there's another thing about maverick and about your book and the movie and also i was thinking about the last black man san francisco a movie from twenty nineteen. You're about humanizing black characters in the emotion that maverick brings to just to the story and the fact that you allow him to be to be an a moat and emotional person but also a a complex person talk about. How about how you wanted in this way to humanize black masculinity. That was so important for me to do when i set out to write the hate. You give with maverick. Just as a minor character it was important for me to show this complex man This complex father who is not only active in his children's lives but he shows a full range of emotions And now with writing historian concrete rose in so important for me to show a black boy who shows a full range of emotions. There's this idea that black men black boys don't cry and society has made them feel as if they can't cry. I'm black boys would tell you all the time. I'm not week be week. I can't cry cry yes you can. It's it's a part of the white supremacy of this society to make black men and black boys fellas. If showing emotion makes them week when in turn it also be humanizes it makes them seem like they are emotionally roots. Who you know it's okay. It's justified to to hunt them down and kill them. If you don't see somebody as human it takes away that value on their life and you will find reasons to justify why it's okay that they lose their life so it's all a part of that is all a part of that ecosystem and for me as an author a specifically as someone who has dedicated ourselves to show him black children mirrors that are authentic that empowered them is so important for me to show black boys. This tough hard black boy who also cries who's also vulnerable who's also sensitive so that it will normalize them but also so it will normalize it for others as well. I'm in this world that they step into
Harris Shot In Final Seconds Leads Philadelphia 76ers Past Los Angeles Lakers 107-106
"Lakers and the sixers play the game for the night last night. Lebron james lakers was there and of course. It was a night of solemn remembrance for many in philadelphia including joel embiid who was remembering kobe. Angie bryan with his custom shoes and it was a moment of silence for kobe. Philly native bellamy take into the third quarter with the sixers. Five with this very scary moments. Look gillette who go up and come down hard scary anyone be that but worst of all for embiid and it is lebron who makes the contact there and beat goes down hard and was in obvious pain afterwards. He said this you look at it a very dangerous player. Not guaranteed dining was may i would have probably been ejected. Maybe one way or another thankfully he came back and he was like fourth quarter. Pick it up a little over a minute. Left the lakers are down four. That's contagious. Caldwell pulled for three in the corner lakers within one lebron by the way had thirty four afterwards stop fifteen seconds to play. Lebron anthony davis yes. A at twenty three lakers the thirteen. Nothing to take the lead with eleven seconds left sixers last shot. Where are you going to go. Tobias harris for three to it's called he knocked it in twenty four points for harris twenty. Four embiid the lakers first road loss of the season. Sixers take it one seven one. Oh
How is the market responding to the passage of stimulas relief
"Is Hillary Kramer, president, chief investment officer to Angie. Capital research, author of Game changer. Investing how to profit from Tomorrow's Billion dollar trend. She is on the phone in New York City. Hi, Hilary. How are you, Carol? I'm very well, Thank you. Oh, good. Well, it's good to have you back on. Interesting day. I called it kind of a moody day, which is maybe just cause I'm in a mood. Um, It's just that kind of a day, but I think you know we're realizing I think watching the pandemic we got You know another round of relief. But folks are saying it's really just not enough. Even though we got it done. How do you see the market environment right now? Hillary like again actually hit the bingo. Which is that In many ways, it is a moody day. I mean, this is the This is the pre Christmas slowdown in terms of volume, of course so Mean that that's kind of the foundation. But at the same time we have the vaccine priced into the 2021 numbers. We have the end of Covitz president into the toilet 21 numbers and and even amount market bounced back very quickly. Yesterday. Once everyone understood the virus mutation news that it But it doesn't make the vaccine void and it still could be very effective. Um, it just it just to mark it didn't really liked what it heard and had a chance to really digest. Um and that's what you will see my dirty down modernist down today and usually that stuff. Is that all the time, but expectation and realization is setting in the stimulus. Carol. That's another important point that you bring up when it comes to the stimulus. If you really take a look, I mean, there's there's money for food international there. There's money for new car. I was looking at 5000 pages, but we're skinning to know it. We're joking about how long it is. Yeah, there's money for new cars for the Agriculture Department. I just There's just stuff in there, and it's very disappointing on even the summary of it. Anyone you know who doesn't want to read the 5000 pages? It's very clear that, um there's just a little too much port. There's a way too much pork in there, and and then there's also some fatigue. You know, there's There's been a lot of anything that had the name cloud to it. You know, those stocks have gone up in the Amazons and apples. I mean, you know, and they hit their peak a while ago. But still the markets trying to find its footing since September that this small wrestle small cap is up 35% September alone. Uh, that's the mood of the market. Yeah,
Reddit Post Inspires Airbnb Cleaning Service
"For. Neil patrick the decision to start a side. Business wasn't just so he could quit his day job and travel the world while still having an income and that was part of it but it was also a decision guided by his desire to provide for his parents. You see for thirty two years. His parents owned video rental stores. Do you remember those. But of course the industry was on its way out in this was the mid two thousand. Ten's whatever you call that decade the mid two thousand ten's. I'm not sure but those doors weren't doing well around this time. Neil who was working fifty to sixty hours a week decided. He wanted to start a service to help parents as well as himself. He tried a number of paths as he tried different side. Hustles creating an ecommerce. Site blogging about pet hair vacuums and more before stumbling across a post on. Read it from someone who started cleaning company in that post the author laid out the detailed steps taken to get going after reading through the post carefully. Neil decided to give it a try himself in early two thousand thirteen. He established made this in los angeles cleaning. Service that specializes in airbnb and residential. Cleanings his first step in doing so was creating a website tall task because he had no technical background. You'll bought a template for about one hundred dollars researched how to host a website and published. What he said was initially pretty crappy looking site. Hey we've all been there. Y'all needed to determine how much to charge for cleaning services and find a cleaners themselves. He started by contacting local people with existing companies and asking them how much they charged and with their cleaning packages. Were looking at the competition. He was able to make sure there was enough margin built into his service to ensure he could operate successfully he puts it from the reddit post to the pricing scale. He essentially started made this by copying what other companies were doing at least as a way of getting things up and running although he had software to charge customers. You'll didn't know how to pay the cleaners at first. So after they got done with an appointment he would have them come to his office where he'd run downstairs. Get cash out of an atm and hand it to them eventually. He figured out a better way. Overall it took two months to get up and running to find customers. Neil focused on digital marketing. He says local marketing a gem because you're competing against local businesses only not the entire world. So it's a bit easier to manage. And it also cost less as i customer came about july twenty thirteen which he remembers because he snuck outside from his full time job and started dancing. Another advantage to local markets is that there are many third party platforms. Like angie's list or thumb tack and neil would charge a low price at first to attract initial customers. You also tried posting flyers and using social media although he says that wasn't an especially useful marketing tool for him since people don't usually by cleaning services that way. These days made this mostly generate sales from a combination of sco yelp and paid digital ads. Because he wanted to eventually quit his full time. Job and travel. You'll established made this so they could be operated by a fully remote team of employees which includes his parents. Total investment cost was around two thousand dollars which included his website. Those digital marketing ads and advertising for cleaners operated the business part time gig for two years by two thousand fifteen. The business was doing around thirty thousand dollars in monthly sales with twenty percent profit margin so six thousand dollars in monthly profit with a success. Quit his job and booked one way flight to colombia. The business doubled that year and he's since traveled to more than thirty five countries while scaling. What was once his side. Hustle looking to the future neal is aiming to be the millennial franchise disrupting the old school cleaning franchise industry.
A Conversation About Cloud Gaming
"So continuing some discussion about playing computer games. I thought it would be good to revisit a discussion. We had some time ago. Which is cloud gaming. And i suppose before we get into a discussion about cloud gaming. We should probably sort of just define what we're referring to here for the benefit of people who haven't experienced they saw try to or heard about of which i am one okay so this is going to be an interesting conversation of it later. So alan how would you summarize what cloud gaming is. It's tricky because you could argue. It's the hits. The modern way to stream a game from you know a fast computer this remote and that might be a modern thing but actually it's been around a long time there. Let's people play web gangs and those games and not installed on your computer eager to a url and you play a base game so there's a lot of about but the technology is very different these days and so you're streaming these days a video feed of what's going on on the remote computer whereas in the past you might be getting java script. Html images or it might be flash or something like that. I think all of these are cloud gaming because you're playing the game. I game resides on somebody else's computer. Basically i think for for this topic. I think we're talking about the modern incarnation right. So these are the ones where you launch game. Somewhere on the internet. Angie effectively interact with a livestreamed version of that game. So there there are two models of this occurred to me in my head. Where when you describe that. So the first off is basically your you're renting vm. With a with a powerful graphics card and then you can play you you you basically log that remotely and you play your games on it and the other one is something like spotify for games where you're subscribed to a library of games and you're using an application to launch and play those games which one of those is the more common scenario here. I think they're all functional. I don't think you're talking about two different. The one you're talking about the technical aspects of how you the game and the other one you're talking about the the the business model and those are two entirely separate things okay. It really doesn't matter what the business model is. That's how the technical side is in the tentacles. implement the the businessman loving the different things. one may be subscription while maybe paper play one. Maybe you get to your in games another one. Maybe you renting games or something like that. I think very different. And i think there's there's a couple of options and you'll discover the limitations and the benefits from them. If we go through and i think well then let's discuss the options so it was the one that you've been playing a lot or you've had longest martinis you had invidia grid be mentioned in awhile back. That was what it was cooled when we first started using it. We access that through. Initially through our nvidia shield and we enrolled into the program for that. And that's now become g force now so we've had that for. I think maybe three years maybe a bit longer than that even and it's pretty impressive stuff. I've i have played some games on that. As part of the beater. I had access to a load of games. I didn't have to buy which was also kind of feeling so. Is that a subscription service. You pay it is yet where it doesn't have to be so it does have a free tier but when you request to play a game you'll put in q. As to win. A vm is going to be allocated to you. But if you're a subscription member than you will waste will have a machine allocated to you right but that's artificial scarcity to get you to upgrade to a plane adver feed in in spotify is annoying enough that you'd wanna pay right right and it's four pounds ninety nine a month And so you're basically holding a tablet computer in your hands and the game is not running on. That thing became running out there. Somewhere on a machine Doesn't really matter what the technical details of that machine is remote machine and the game is running on that and you'll seeing a video feed basically of what's going on on that competes in your inputs are being sent to that computer. Yes exactly say
The Other Side of Grief with Angie Smith
"Can you take us back to audrey. he's pregnancy and talk a little bit about about your story. From last season it was twelve years ago. Which is really hard to believe. You're talking about that the other day but the basic stories that i was pregnant with my daughter audrey she would have been our fourth daughter in. We found out during the pregnancy. Just like a regular at our twenty week ultrasound that she had many issues that made her incompatible with life and the term that they used and we ended up carrying her for several more weeks until she was passed viability. We just want to give her a shot. You know even though we were just praying for a miracle. We did not get the miracle that we really wanted but sheila for about two and a half hours and it was absolutely one of the hardest times of my life but she still so much part of our family. I feel like so in fact all the little neighborhood girls are designing they call us the sleeve or they somehow combined oliver. The smirks for they've mind are lasting of there's adorable mansion on us to all league compound firstalec giant house and they give audrey room held me so yeah it's still i mean it's so tender now but yeah it really beautiful to see him and other people remember her include her so so. Let's talk about that. That my one of my good good friends. Just walk through this. And i was actually there with her the day that her baby died and it was just you know and it reminded me of of you because i feel like you have given so many people picture into something that is often private and often not talked about in in so just in that season. We're talking about you know being fragile in this time. And i know since then because i'm your friend i know more and more horrific suffering that you've been through since then and i want to know just what that word fragile means to you and i think even back angie to your book cover of a broken china page. That was piece that together. I mean this is really something that an image for you it in your life. Yeah i think fragile is a really good word to describe this. The last season of my life. Like i sort of almost used that term with my general life like there's always like a little bit of i think for me right now and in those situations what i'm seeing is that even when i feel like i'm doing really well then i could still kind of take turn quickly where it's like one of those things that this is the dumbest example but i was at ulta yesterday and i i mean i've been out but not like probably as much as some people have in june okay with the whole pandemic like i mean. We're my husband's best friend who's here said on. You've been training for the soon. Like i like being home like so we i go to ulta. Everything's just take down like everything just feels like. I think everyone's got masks on all of a sudden. Like i just feel like i'm always sort of teetering on being in the hall. Just feels like there's a shift that i don't feel like i ever expect it. I mean even might. I mean my dad passed away. Which is part of what you were referring to and i was in the store and i was okay and then what actually broke me was. I saw this bottle of allure perfume. Which was the first Data ever bought for me and like the cell. So it's stuff like that where you're i think. There's just a different tenderness right now. That even in the moments where feeling we're kind of holding it together. It feels like most people i know are also like but this could break at any time right. Looks really solid right now. Right in an hour yet. I get a totally different answer. So it's a good word for it. Yeah i think you're right. I think i wake up some mornings. And i'm like i don't have any bearings i i feel. I don't have time and space like recently. I kept talking about our staff meeting tomorrow. I'm talk to our meeting tomorrow. And they're like it's friday. That's four days away just like i don't even know what to say it. Looks like a senile eight five year old but i cannot. I can't play it. Put my feet in time and space very well. You know which does make it just all feel like what secure in what's in what is all it it absolutely and i feel like i mean i. What's funny is. I think everyone is forgetting the days of the week. It's just these crazy. Yeah i do all. I did it today. I mean i like i thing. Is you know. yeah no. I think that that's part of it is just it. It's what you said. There's this like sort of like were lost in space and time and everything looked so weird and you know. I'm watching my neighbors. One of my dearest friends put her kindergartner on the bus. And he's the most lake shy in will mask and she's like i've never seen this classroom. I've never talked to the teacher like in. She's like a note. she looks like right here. She seems really nice. But altman dat. I tend to have depression anxiety. And i always have in so in this season. It's been extremely difficult. And i know. I'm not the only one but it's you said it's just kinda can't get your bearings in it makes you feel so unsteady in that revealing feeling to me is like it goes to panic. It doesn't it's not absolutely you'll uneasy here like so. Yeah we what we we right. I mean navy but then it's it's it's like it's the same as suffering all the things that you've been gone through lately it's like that that's that's also a grief does right is it puts you kind of in an alternate reality and and i wanna talk. 'cause i know there are so many women listening right now i mean i just i specifically think of my dear friend cathy who is just you know it's been one year anniversary just happened and so i want you to talk to them that those that have lost a child looking back on that journey. What do you wish you could tell yourself back then. I think i would probably talk about the fact that so funny. You ask that right. I said it regarded pandemic but that there is another side to this. You're you're not going to be in this place forever. So free i would say at the time it just felt like it would never end. Yeah fell it. would never recover in. Grief is weird. I'd probably tell myself that to you that it's again like it isn't the steady like okay. I'm better now. okay. I'm it's it's unexpected
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Why Do We Seek Comfort in the Familiar?
"The band's. I love the books and movies of already read and seen the poetry that i love etc i wonder if there is existing research that explains that is common and also whether the need to find comfort in the familiar increases with age and conversely whether the desired try out new things requires both a positive outlook on life and the physical energy to do so. So let's start there. Angie what say you to that query. This is such an interesting and deep question. There's actually a lot of research on the idea of finding comfort finding enjoyment in things that we've done before so one early finding that's relevant here is called the mere exposure effect. This is the idea that merely experiencing something was second third or fourth fifth sixth seventh and eighth time the more you're exposed to it the more you like it without anything really changing so even if it's something that prima facie you may not have thought you'd like or maybe even didn't like that exposure makes you like well. The original psychologist is robert science and he would show people in his studies in nonsense syllables. They didn't really have any meaning. And the first time you see a probably have more of a neutral response but then the eighth time the nighttime it's like you like it and you like it more and more with more exposure which is really remarkable. It is remarkable. It's interesting question to me too because in a way it's obvious why. Why do you think that is well. Because if you're feeling uncomfortable you would seek out the opposite which is comfort and the familiar is more comfortable almost by definition than the novel right. I guess i was connecting familiar and comfort in a way that maybe is an obvious but to me it felt obvious but on the other hand you could also imagine that during tough or unsettling times you'd want to stir things up to read or watch or explore new ideas that may help you get into a new frame and take your mind off what's distressing so i can see both sides but i have to say i totally identify with masha and i do the same. I'm curious if you do angela. Yeah i mean. I like most human beings in times of stress tend to seek the familiar and the comfortable and the lower risk. Love actually probably the greatest film that's ever been made and every time i see it and i can't even tell you how many times because it's been so many i feel comforted. It's like a warm cinematografica hug. Is it a romcom what you've never seen love. Actually i've heard of it. You've never seen love. actually. I don't see a lot of movies. Maybe that's why i'm so uncomfortable. The gist of love actually. It's like several intersecting love stories. You had me intersecting. Okay that says and each of them has aspect which is bittersweet and get a humorous. But the thing about this movie is you know what's going to happen. You know that you love what's going to happen and instead of that making it a diminished experience. It's almost better the team at the time. I don't know if this is just a pandemic coping mechanism. Actually i think there is good research that suggests that's pretty universal so somewhat argue that emotions like fear and also emotions like sadness. Get us to withdraw a little bit to that which we know is going to work and conversely happiness and safety and contentment tend to get us to be a little more venture. Som what's called broaden and build theory. This is work. Barbara frederickson and others. So i think we're all in a kind of state of uncertainty. That makes us want to retract a little bit. Even if you're right even sometimes trying something new might be exactly what we need. Can you tell me a little bit about this. Broaden and build theory which. I've never heard of yes so well. We know why we have fear like if we didn't have fear we'd get eaten by a tiger and we also know why we have the cousin of fear anxiety. Like oh i'm anxious about this test or i'm anxious about this thing is going to happen so i prepare for it more. All the negative emotions had been catalogued understood in terms of their evil lucien airy function for survival. So barbara. Frederickson is a psychologist who wondered. Well why is it across culture that we have certain positive. Emotions like happiness contentment surprise. Like aw and so forth. And that led to broaden and build theory which she's spent the rest of her long and storied career studying which is basically the idea that when we experience these positive emotions they are assigned a signal. That things are going well. And therefore now is the time to broaden and
Machines as kin or the new colonisers? Indigenous tech revolutionaries rethinking A.I
"Consider the machines. We make the robots we build the artificial intelligences the way programming. They're all designed to serve us rush. We have dominion over them. Not over us will follow a woman and technologists. Angie la believes this way of thinking about machines. It's like a computer bug in the program of western civilization and it's been programmed into all manner of things when we think about the different types of some call aji or agriculture or and then when we think about humans we can also refer slavery this the million over protocol comes from this understanding that men not women or not animal but man sits on top of all things in has priority over all manner of things within our world be and so what happens then is that we've got serious problems that are evolving within west and technologies. Mike technologies much critical technologies and cyber. Come out of the wool machine and so when we think about the origins of most of western technology. It's really problematic. The bias that we're finding in these systems. It's not a bug feature right. it's a feature white supremacy right. it's a feature of a worldview that understands the world and the people in in a particular way and so it. It shouldn't be a surprise to anybody that we're running into these problems and also why we keep running into them and we're gonna keep running into them. As long as we keep designing out of the same mindset which is a nicer mindset jason lewis as director of the initiative for indigenous futures and koterec's. What's called the aboriginal territories in cyberspace research network. He's professor in design and computation arts at concordia university in montreal. He's hawaiian and samoan but grew up in california. After he was adopted at six months. Old angie abdulah is found 'em boss woman of an indigenous consultancy called old ways new and on science fiction. I join you may natasha mitchell. For nine quakes. Celebration of aboriginal and torres strait islander. Culture always was always will be is the thing this year recognizing that first nations people have occupied and cared for these straddling continent for over sixty five thousand years. But jason angie want to extend that thinking to digital continents. Dj land as well and ask. How could the future of artificial intelligence look different. If more indigenous people are in the driver's seat what happens. If we actually consciously tried to take indigenous worldviews and use that as a starting point for building the systems thinking hard about how the technology we use as they're being constructed you know come out of a very particular sort of philosophical lineage. You know that sort of like kind of post enlightenment. Scientific revolution sort of like this emphasis on parasitism post cartesian of like you know the world is dividing these two to the physical world and then the spiritual world and they don't actually really needs you know all these things actually kind of inspect our assumptions about what technology is and what it could be. So what happens when you sort of take a different worldview rice or what happens if you take saying. Indigenous worldview a hawaiian worldview mohawk view. That doesn't have that clinton's duality right. That thinks about things in terms of their relationship to each other including if not in some ways privileging the non human right because that's also part of that intellectual lineage. Ride is the no man literally man not human. Man is the heightened center accretion that everything is sort of judged a comparison to him and also. He's only person really. Were talking to. But that's not the indigenous. Fosse's that i know of you know where there's the sense of relation even not only my in relationships are all other humans around the and i need to sort of be responsible to that and be reciprocal with that. But i'm also relationship with the non humans and i've been relationship with from the from the western context. We call things. So how does that change your approach to designing technology to extend this idea. You and colleagues explored the idea of making keen with machines. This idea that we have kinship relationships with non human entities like machines like artificial intelligences like robots. I mean tell us more about that because it it's one thing to incorporate a bird or a river or a tree or like haitian into your idea of kinship. Wouldn't miss shane bay. In a different category altogether. The machines are part of the natural world right so one of inheritances from this western monotheistic way of looking at things. Is this idea that there is something that is artificial in the world right. But they're made out of minerals in things drawn from the earth. It's just that we've crafted them in a particular way but they didn't come from some other real. They're not not part of the natural environment. And so i think that for me. That inside is one of the key insights. Okay we're creating this category which is really about separating ourselves from the things that we make out of this desire to use them and use them as we will and not have to worry or think about them and harrison to be provocative. Save them if we're talking about strong artificial intelligences that idea that artificial intelligence might one die possess will be designed to have consciousness. Then right we will necessarily be enslaving them. So yeah. what do you do when you've created a conscious being and if your mindset all along has been this is a tool. This is a tool the tool. I made it. I get to control it. Then you're going to run into some real problems right and we we already know. Western science has been used over and over again to justify labeling other people as non human. That's part of how the colonization of the americas and the pacific happened right. that's part of the justification is that they're not really human so we don't really have to worry about them. It's part of how then slave limit of say. Black people in the new world was justified. Because they're not really human so we can treat them however we like so we've already laid down a template. Many templates of you know making these judgments about what is worthy of our relationship is worthy of being in some kind of conversation with and there's a danger that will replay that template again with these machines.
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How Will Stan Van Gundy Fit With the Pelicans?
"Was a few weeks ago in the ringer NBA show that at the very tail end of the show I recall you saying. Keep an eye out for Stan van Gundy and New Orleans and since we last spoke That came to fruition Stan Van Gundy was hired by David Griffin and the New Orleans Pelicans I think when this all started with the pelicans ouster of Alvin gentry. Through the. Face Tyler had a former relationship with David. Griffin, we talk about my Tony possibly because he had a former relationship via the Phoenix Suns with David Griffin but they do land on Stan van, Gundy as their next head coach when you saw that news come across the wire, would you think great I'm happy I think he could bring some accountability to the team in terms of how much they need it on the defensive end of the floor they were horrific. On defense this season in San Andy. Of course, infamously famously I'm not sure once said build an effing wall and that the Pelicans need to do and I look forward to see what he can do now that he's back in the NBA but by the way like he failed in Detroit because he was coach. Angie 'em now he's just a coach right and he was always a good coach. He was good basketball coach and it was one of those cautionary tales of. It is two different skill sets number one it also in many cases can be two different motivations right if I am if I am the general manager and the coach now let's say I make a poor signing or a poor usage of money will sometimes I may want to use that guy to prove that I was right about this guy right and I know that you Still get into that with with a front offices and coaches anyway, right in in everybody wants to be responsible everybody wants to be right about the move they made. But when you then you're not doing the scouting of every other team on a regular basis, I know you have scouts you're certainly not doing that with college, but it's just a very hard job to do twofold and. Another cautionary tale of taking that over I mean everybody wants that power but I think we've seen two of these guys. Now fact three of these guys. Now, all of which I think you would say were subpar to very below average in that role but. We respect them as guys that are on the sidelines as basketball coaches. That is their expertise in that is doc rivers who took on that role Tom Thibodeau who took on that role and Stan Van Gundy who took on that role and yet got hired as coaches though it didn't go well at their last stops. I mean doc better than the other two but we thought. Hires because these guys are good basketball coaches who were miscast trying to run everything for sure absolutely and ultimately it's another good opportunity for him when New Orleans area there even though they have Zion, they have ingram granted these a restricted free agent. He'll likely back matched any offer sheet or whatever This is still sort of A. Team right now that can go in many different directions depending on how David Griffin wants to build it out and I look forward to seeing the ways in which Van Gundy, Utilize Zion and the ways in which he tries to get him going off because remember you know before all the three point shooting, we've seen the last ten years or so that has. Exploded with the warriors and the rockets and all these teams shooting lot of threes, the magic, Dwight Howard at center and four shooters around him in the late two thousands with anti head coach and they went to a finals. We're going to be lost to Kobe and the Lakers The had some good run they some really strong teams and in with Williamson. With the New Orleans Pelicans, I know they want to add another they don't want to go like all small Wall. With Zion at the five all the time it's it's just went to work but I, think van Gundy's pasts and what he could do now with this roster, it's kind of exciting to think about the possibilities with the different ways in which they can use ion but most importantly though and again, this is like with all the coaching hires we talk about I am more interested in the personnel changes who they draft, who do they try to trade for? Who Do they try to sign I am WHO's coaching the team, but you know I'm excited to see if they're able to get. Zion, going and creative ways that they weren't able to do as much during the season despite his success he posted up a lot man I. WanNa see some more pick and roll with Zion I wanNA see some more creativity with him, handling the ball and running pick and roll, and that will largely come from other personnel changes that come to the roster that allow that to happen. But Hey, man SVG had success with some different types of teams in the past and I look forward to seeing what he can do here with him, and that team has a good roster they under performed badly. Made sometimes teams underperformed because you look at their roster and you go man aol have the goods like that team underperformed I. Think so too. I think of course it I mean look I mean Lonzo I think Lonzo hit one shot in the bubble well, even though they're young that defense was bad even though they had good individual defenders, they've jrue holiday one of the best perimeter guard defenders, Ingraham and Lonzo. They were good defenders of the Lakers. They were the last two years. They were good. They were not good defenders last season with New Orleans. And Zion I, mean he was horrific. He was so bad on defense. It was it was really sad to watch. This is the guy who is blocking three point shots closing out from the opposite side of the paint at Duke just a year prior, which is why people wonder how much of it was fatigue coming back but season how much of it was the injury limiting him how much of it was effort I? Don't know I don't know what it was but regardless. He stunk on defense, and all of this needs to change next season for this team to be anything that have any chance of actually getting into the playoffs it can't be all
"angie" Discussed on 5 Things With Angie B
"Hello and welcome back to five things. I'm your host an GB and as always on so thrilled that you took a little bit of time out of your day to turn into the podcast. This is a bit of an update. So not an interview and I'm excited to share some exciting changes on making to the podcast. Since the last interview, I've had the opportunity to speak with some incredibly creative and inspiring and wonderful people that have given me some great ideas on how I can bring more value to you the listeners and be able to create content that's going to have an impact and change those conversations. I decided that each month. I'm going to pick a theme and Center all the interviews that month around that theme. This way I can do a bit more of a deeper dive get some more perspectives get more insights and really spend time exploring particular topics or themes that I hope will bring you value and inspiration and new knowledge. And so I'm still going to bring the iPhone 5 questions to the gas. Hence the name of the podcast that I want to Center each conversation each month around a theme. I'm also going to be working on a new newsletter. So I do hope that you will go to the website. It's five things with Angie b.com and sign up for the newsletter because I'm going to be providing insights and updates on all of the guests and the themes each month as well as the various perspectives that I want to tackle with each one of these themes and that will give you a heads up on what you can expect from each episode. And of course the Instagram page is growing. So think it's all of you so much who have followed the page. It's just on five things with MTB on Instagram. So, please also follow their check in because of course, I'll be posting more updates on the Instagram as well. Some of the themes that I want to explore on this podcast include data to. Which we've touched upon a little bit in previous interviews, but I really want to do a deeper dive on the topic of gratitude, especially around the holidays and especially because it's just been such a weird year and a lot of people are out there hurting and it's just a challenging time. And so I think it's more important now than ever to do a much deeper dive on the topic of gratitude and what it means in today's day and age and how we can bring more practicality of gratitude. In our everyday lives other topics that I want to explore include sustainability. This is a huge one for me. Obviously, there's so much going on in the world as it pertains to the environment and climate and sustainability is something that I'm going to be exploring a little bit more in my blog. You'll have to follow me on Instagram or get the newsletter to get a little bit of insights about what my blog is going to be but it does touch a lot on sustainability and that's a topic. I really want to do a deep dive on and explore how we can be more friendly more environmentally conscious in our everyday lives very practically. So breaking it down in ways that we can make changes in our everyday lives that collectively will have massive impact in the world. And I also want to explore the topic of relationships and this is an interesting one because I dead I will be sharing a very special podcast next month in November and the guess specifically asked to wait until November for me to publish this job interview. And we do tackle a little bit of relationships in this topic and I thought how interesting would it be to tackle this into the new year as it gets close to Valentine's Day. When a lot of the media starts focusing a lot on these types of topics. So this is just a preview of what is coming up and I have some great guests lined up and I can't wait to publish those podcasts. But until then I just want to say thank you so much for joining me on this podcasting Journey. I've been on a few podcast during this time self, and I will be sharing those interviews with you guys as well. So, thank you again so much for tuning in again. Please sign up for the newsletter. Please fax on Instagram, and please visit the website five things with Angie be where there's going to be a lot more updates and insights of coming episodes. So, thank you again so much. Take care. Bye..
"angie" Discussed on 5 Things With Angie B
"We all need to have at our disposal at any time during a trip. And that is bathrooms. So there is the APP flushing toilet finder that will help you find. A toilet basically anywhere you are when you have to go you have to go so that's a fun one that I was also looking at very fun very handy. You just never know especially if you are going into a new city, a new town, a completely other state and you're just don't know where the bathrooms are on your journey. This is the opposite is going to help you find those. So I would love to hear what apps travel APPS. Any type of resources you have available. Like I. said it earlier I. Did it include any of the flight related APPs there? So many of those and there are a lot of great international travel APPS as well. These are mostly focused on US domestic road trip journeys adventures. But I would love to hear what APPS. On your on your phone that you rely on you love for travel. Please comment on the blog post for this on the website. Or you can also send a message to the Instagram, which is five things at with Angie be. I hope you will subscribe to the newsletter. We one of the first to know of upcoming episodes and other fun things that I have planned. So thank you so much for tuning in I. Look Forward to hearing from you. Definitely state please check back next week and I have a very special guests and I'm really excited on and I think that you'll enjoy that as well. So keep an eye out on instagram page on the website for updates about this. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much for tuning in. For next week until then. Take care. Bye..
"angie" Discussed on 5 Things With Angie B
"Accepting them, and then finding something positive that we can't say while we're feeling what we're feeling is that is that. What you're saying Exactly Angela you nailed it I think they words or phrases for twenty twenty needs to be self compassion give ourselves that permission and the self love. To be in, that space. I love that. That's so good. That's easy. I can do that I can pick up in the morning and say, okay, I am feeling just some way today and. There are challenges, but I'm going to focus on this positive thing. I'M GONNA, get some sunshine on the ticket deep breath. I'm going to collect myself and I'M GONNA just go about my day. I think that's very realistic and practical. So thank you for for sure for ticking off the pressure off a lot of people right now. We need that. and. So I think this is this is a good segue in terms of self compassion into this next question because this is something that. I've I saw a facebook group I'm a part of several facebook groups. I'm sure a lot of us are and a lot of people are venting on social media now and in one of these groups. this woman she posted that the. The News and just the things that are going on around her and in the world at large. Are bringing out the darkness and her and I think based on other responses and some other follow up things as she responded to some other people. It's like she skeptical she's jaded by everything that's going on. And that really. Woke something up in me because I was thinking wow, you know this. It is one thing to say or you know to to struggle with positivity and things like that but it's another to say I am feeling. This darkness towards things or how I'm F- looking at the world's dirk than it's ever been. How do we work like how do we recognize that in ourselves and what do we do about it and and so I guess some follow up questions Salat is do we create Bhandari's that we're watching too much television too much. News were were absorbing too much social media what what's your thoughts on? What so we're going to address that by looking at what the research says. And it's really interesting Michelle Gallon and son Acre. They conducted a study people watching the news and they are finding showed just watching the news three minutes in the morning. Increases. Our chances of reporting an unhappy or depressed mood six to eight hours later by twenty seven percent. And they also call this of frontal assaults on the cerebral CORTEX. That almost I- Harvard Business Review. Yeah. They're not messing around. Tell me what you think. About happiness and resilience and optimism it's a science and they're studying it with these.
"angie" Discussed on 5 Things With Angie B
"Hello and welcome back to five things I'm your host Angie the on as always I am super thrilled that you are here and then you decided to take a little bit of time from your day to tune in. Today's episode is all about. Optimism positivity and how we can bring more of that into our lives especially when we're facing challenges. My guest today is Alex George Hugh She's the founder and principal consultant at the resilient pathway. And she is on a mission to innovate with individuals, community leaders, businesses, corporations, and government entities to create change that impacts our overall wellbeing as a community. I am so happy that she is the guest today and I am excited about the conversation we're about to have. Please make sure you. visit the website that you can read her bio, and of course, I'll make sure to include any links to anything that we discuss. Alexey thank you again so much for. Coming on podcast this it means so much to me. Angela great to be here. Thank you for having me. I just thought you would be the perfect guest to because today's episode is about resiliency. It's about positive positive thinking putting yourself in a good place to tackle challenges, and of course, the world's is a bit upside down right now because of covid are going through so many different challenges in their own lives and I. Really. I'm so excited to talk to you about. These topics today. Wonderful. So, let's start off with the elephant in the room. Cove nineteen has presented people with so many challenges whether it's financial. Meant or related to their mental health or relationships in their lives. How do people stay optimistic on a daily level when the bills are piling up? There is no work or work as super stressful interest interpersonal relationships or stressful. How does someone stay positive? In those moments throughout the day when there are so many challenges right now. And Selah, there are a lot of talented and I have been so. Challenge, during this time with my optimism and resilience and happiness. and this is an area that I really explored and I teach on and to watch bad happened and myself has been really interesting because I've had to dig deep. What do I really believe about this and what truly works? And so it's helpful to look at the research on happiness and the findings on multiple studies including. Harvard's eighty year study unhappiness says that connection is the key. and. So when we think about that with the pandemic. This social distancing. has compounded the pandemic of loneliness that we had before the COVID nineteen virus..
"angie" Discussed on 5 Things With Angie B
"That's the it's beautiful that you do have those memories with her and and that you got to know her on that level. That's such a gift such an awesome blessing to to have known her, and that's why I'm really excited that you are going to be honoring her during this award show. Now, I did see in the release that there's GonNa be some giveaways. From some sort of. You. Because a lot of that stuff off line of line going to be giving away some meeting. Of Different things, we're gonNA be doing stuff like offline because time is of the essence when remains virtually so I have an. Sixty seven. So I've got a lot to pack in within that. Our you know. So yeah, that's smart actually. Doing things off line if you will because you also have to account for safety for Kovic to make sure that all things her our plan logistically properly. So I think that that's really fantastic and those of everything everything's open up outside but still Kobe is still there of the NATO. A lot of people are not like you know they're tip toeing. Let me look me choking come back inside is still that you know at Waverley like you know my dad is in a circle that we're honoring him and he's like you know man you know I I'll be watching it. Right my bad. Exactly it's good that things are opening up but you know we ease back into things right? With precautions and and hopefully things. Will get back to some kind of normalcy in the near future. You for your support, a hundred percent and the other lady was. I'm. Sabrina. The brain and what's the name? Natasha magazine. Now I WANNA. Thank you so much. Could you guys have supported more than anybody else here, Miami I wanNa Tell You I. Thank you for that. Don't think that goes unnoticed. I very much appreciate it so much. It's it's we love what you're doing. We love who you're honoring. We think it's important and you are a trailblazing you you are. Well known in the music industry is. Really in the hip hop are B. Space and the reggae space, and I know that you're always very forward thinking about music genres what's hot and what's coming, and of course, your marketing agency. So you're always up to doing really cool things and I know I can speak for Sabrina on this. When we say we of course, we fully support you what you're doing. We think it's wonderful. We want nothing but the most success. For this project for all projects coming up. So we're really really. Awkward, Tuesday night jams going to be having A. every Sunday night. From ten to twelve. PM. Going to be having a local music show for local artists. In going to be interviewed, going to be on a show and talking about. A lot of stuff. So you know going to be a great day, Sunday. My voice shows from sixty seven and should be ninety nine jams that same night you know want to give shop Jill Estrada or reaching out in the and making me a part of that. You know. That's at the Pasta. Yeah I'll make sure to link to that as well, and of course, any other marketing stuff you have about that particular interview, you're going to be doing share with me because I'm happy to to push that out and again you know we fully support you and what you're trying to do I think it's really exciting and we wish you the must much much success on on. This Labor Day weekend for the element, which is very good. I like that elevate men first annual. So everybody don't be judging US next year we're going to do much much bigger without code. Our first annual. So just rock with US and understand we're doing we're going to local television network Not a run to no other place trying to keep it home team actually help build and grow is network also. So we have more outlets here my in you know the problem is outlets. You know what I'm saying like. New York outlet for local artists may have pointed tons Midwestern Miami. The grow it more by growing that we have to work more of our own local television own loggers like yourself our own local magazine advertised and just reach out don't be it's not always you know take care of homeless the bills you know I'm right there with you a hundred percent right there with you I think it's fantastic again, everything that you're doing it's wonderful. I can't wait to tune in for the as I. That's such a fun way of calling them, of course. And I wish you all the best. Thank, you have a great day man. Let me know. The. Blackest Flashes interview for you molest Goldman she's a good girl. Yeah. Follow her bitter. Thank you. Think he's so so much. By by. Being, you are the best. Thank you again so much for coming on to. The show greatly appreciate it and a special. Thank you to all the listeners for also tuning in. Please visit the website to get the latest information all of the updates about the upcoming launch music awards this Labor Day, weekend. 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"Hello and welcome back to five things. I'm your host Angie be, and as always I'm so thrilled that you tune in today. I am really excited because. This is a special bonus episode for the week. We will have an an additional episode, this week and. The reason for that is because I have a wonderful opportunity. To talk about the upcoming launch music awards this is really exciting. This is happening on Labor Day weekend and the founder of the launch music awards or LMA's is on the show today to talk about what the Elmes. All about the special guests, the performances, everything, the maze, a happening for the first time this year and they're offering flow rider pit bull digital. The late iconic betty right inner circle. To live crew and so many more, and I'm just so thrilled that it'd be be Lewis is going to. Be On the show to talk about this but I a little bit about a Lewis. A B.. Is Not just the founder of the launch music awards. He has also an entrepreneur and music mogul. He's the owner and operator of Circle House Studios, which is a legendary recording studio in Miami and is also the founder and owner of the Abebe Lewis Marketing and branding group. I've linked to BB's full bio in the website. And, you definitely want to check that out because he is. Amazing. So let's kick this off. How did the idea for the launch music awards come about Will the idea came to me? I've always loved award shows a longtime ago they about.
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"Thing was on the side I met a colleague. Who had this? After school enrichment Approach Center that she was running and she needed an English teacher. For support and she's like have an English derogate please some healthy. I don't know I. Don't know I kept kind of loan it off going off in finally wind dams like. Fine, I'll come help you because she was working with international students that were predominantly Korean and and I was like, okay I, know what it feels like to be international students. So sure Joe she she got me there and that ended up being an eight year long working relationship. What's out of Wim as one of my colleagues asking me, it ended up that ended up outlasting my public health career. Isn't it fascinating when that happens? You Go into a situation like. This is I am no problem and then years later you're like Oh wait. Right what you think is just a minor. You're doing somebody a favor. Not. Really you know this is just a little. I'm just helping you out helping you out not realizing that a part of me was coming alive in a way that. wasn't happening in my nine to five world. Powerful. Stuff right there now. Our full stuff yet does transposed transformations that happen. When you're not paying attention in the sense that you show up to something like, okay this is I'm going to help. This is going to be something and meanwhile it really ends up. A profound, experience? Exactly, exactly. It was so much more about what was happening in our our little classrooms. It was the relationships that were being built. It was really being immersed in this other culture. That was very different from my own. But in many ways, we had some strong similarities in terms of the. Valued. And so just having that rich vine got mean. Spending Holidays in with my students in their homes with their families because we had major deadlines to meet for college applications. Ever the meltdown that those conversations but in the midst of. just so that shift that was happening me. Angie I didn't see it coming, but I would not trade those eight years for anything. I'm curious as as far as would you say that taking that? Helping, helping to teach was a meaningful risk because it was not necessarily something not..
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"Hello and welcome back to five things I'm your host and DB and as always. I'm thrilled that you decided to tune in. This week. My is Marissa Langmore. Marissa is a Sierra Leoneans American writer. In High School Teacher. She writes articles on mediums and the witness BBC. She's passionate about issues such as violence against women and girls. Protest literature race and gender equality. And on this episode, we are going to be talking about meaningful risks, what they have met in her life and how we can all take more meaningful risks in our own lives. Mercer also holds a Master's in public policy. And so I'm very much looking forward to. Talking about a couple of topics particularly around covid and education and students going back to school. Please, make sure to read her full bio. And all of her social media handles are also. On the website. Marissa thank you so much for coming on the PODCAST. It means the world to me It's always lovely to talk with you and catch up with you but on free to be guest is very special. So thank you. Angie. Thank you so much for having me in creating the space I'm looking forward to it. And I just feel like the our the listeners are just GonNa, have so many takeaways from this conversation because you're you know you're so interesting brilliant just. Off. Things and it's just wonderful to be able to talk to you about a couple of topics that I have really been sitting down with a lot and thinking a lot about and just I just think your insight and your perspective on these topics are going to be. So so powerful under super helpful. And To kick things off I wanted to. Write off the bat talk about meaningful risks. And? That is something that's resonated with me. I so many years in very recently in my life as I'm taking some other meaningful risks in in in my life. So I wanted to talk to you about what? What are meaningful risks? What is that? Where did that idea come from for you? what does that process..
"angie" Discussed on 5 Things With Angie B
"You know these these kind of unpredicted and unnecessary time. I just want people to stay inspired, not turn off that light or not turn off that. Inspiration or the enthusiasm just stay hungry, and just you know, keep loving life and keep on doing things that bring you joy, and just practice mental health wellness than you know self care. The do that. How in whatever way you find that works best for you. Right on, thank you so much for. Being on a guest podcasts such a nice conversation. You know it's it's. It's tough out there it's it's sat out there, but there's a lot of good going onto and finding. Positively through the arts. And finding positively through people that. Are Sharing. Beautiful. Pieces of themselves through the performance arts I. Think is so important during these times. And necessary to. To keep our spirits up right. So I so appreciate you coming on here and you know just sharing your perspective, and and all of your insights and all your beautiful. Words of positively because I think it's just so important that we all listen to positive things and that we all remember that there's still so much good. And that the performing arts just brings us all so much value. And really enhances our lives so. You, taking the time to come on, really means a lot to me my heart, my hardest full like I have no words. Thank you so much like I. Honestly Love This I. Appreciate You. You're an amazing person and you know. Keep on doing this is this is what people need to hear? People need to see so thank you for doing. Thank you all again so much for tuning in. Please stay engaged with everything that's going on. Look for ways to get involved. In your communities. And look out for each other. I hope you will tune in again next week and until then take care..
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"Hello. And welcome back to five things I'm your host. And I'm thrilled that you tuned in. This week. Over the past several days I've seen beautiful artwork created in support of George Floyd and the black lives matters movement. And it got me thinking. About Art. To performance arts in general. In how the arts have impacted by. defunding. In schools across the country, and of course now, because of the corona virus. My guest this week is Christian. Hernandez Aka. The Miami God. Christian is a vocalist dancer choreographer, an art director that highly active in the performance arts community in Miami. He is director of Communications for the revolutionizing or Leading with love. and. He has a full on advocate for education female empowerment human rights and community engagement. On this much needed lighthearted episode Christian, and I talk about this organization, the importance of the arts in our lives, and we can all tap into our creative side. Hey thank you so much for coming on my podcast. This means a lot to me. Hi Angie. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited to be here with you. I'm thrilled that you're on here with me. Obviously I just always of course. When I have you on 'cause, you're awesome. Are there are some. There are some topics and things that I want to cover that I feel are important, but of course they're not getting the coverage that it should be getting because rightfully, so people are talking about George, Floyd and movement that bats launched as well as you know, of course, corona, virus and so. You know the the topics I wanted to discuss such as the arts. Are Important. and I would love kind of your insight on that I'm I've been you know ballet dancer for ten years not professionally, but very much. It was it's you know it's been a part of my life and I've been in choir for. Years as Mongolian quieter. So so the arts are extremely important to me and as a know as as a vocalist as a dancer choreographer as somebody who's very much immersed in the in the performing arts community. I thought you would just be the perfect person to have on to talk about this, but I, I would like to know how. The name the Miami God came to be. Okay Soda Miami Guy Came to me as an apparition of instagram caption was. Party I was in the backyard with this luscious landscape at was just you know palm trees in all these tropical trees, and you know just kind of like a like a backdrop.
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"The Ones Vat I pulled. Were more around. Some static static bursts that occurred And one of the crew members reaches out to Houston control to show that there is a problem. It's a little bit difficult to hear. But it's fascinating that this is the actual recording from that from that space craft and the fact that it's available publicly is such a treat Apollo launch control t minus one hour twenty nine minutes fifty seven seconds in county finishing up at this time or the checks of the emergency detection system. Skip Jovan the supervisor now. Also making some space bath test supervisor. Making some checks with the various members of the team launch crew inside the space craft the boost protective cover has now composed cover which will protect the spacecraft hatch both from the jettison of the launch escape and also as it Develop some friction and it goes up through the heavy hers Atmosphere Crew. Now have as they prepare. The boost. Protective cover will also be going around the white room. Doing what call breaking up the white room or generally preparing for retraction. Once the closeout crew departs the white room area. That white room will be retracted to stand standby position. They will remain in that standby position down through the countdown to the t minus five minute mark. At which time it will come back to the fully retract physician now t minus one hour twenty eight minutes fifty two seconds and counting this Kennedy Launch Control. I really enjoyed learning so much more of the details and the deeper backgrounds of these two missions and I hope that it will inspire you to listen to the. I think it's probably hundreds of hours of audio There are some true gems in there. A lot of it is also just weird. Sounds from the spacecraft but super interesting nonetheless and such a wonderful part of our history. The next thing I wanted to share is more along the lines of literature and a poem in specific. I've been catching up on meetings. Amazing books and other poetry it During this lockdown and I found this really short the powerful poem by Wendelin Brooks Wendelin Brooks was the first black author to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize. She was also the first black woman to be a poetry consultant to the Library of Congress. Miss Brooks pulled from her life and the injustices happening around her. During the civil rights era I do have This poem linked unfortunately I couldn't find audio. That was public domain of her reading this poem but I thought I would give it a try and feel free to listen to other people. Read this poem Because I think there is power in how the poem is read as well. There's there's meaning behind the tone In which the poll Palmas read and I listened to it a couple of times and hope that I did it. A little bit of justice but still highly recommend you go and listen to it. We real cool by Gwendolyn Brooks the pool players. Seven at the Golden Shovel. We real cool. We LEFT SCHOOL. We lurk late. We strike straight. We sing sin. We Thin Jen. We Jazz June. We die soon. It is such a loaded poem and I did provide a link that provides a little bit of analysis of this poem said that site is also linked on the website. The next thing I want to share is about opera. A lot of cultural institutions have been sharing download a downloadable files videos streaming of some of their performances and. I was googling to see if I can find one interesting about opera. I came across an article titled Five Minutes. That will make you love off opera in the New York Times. The New York Times asked various artists and performers like Patti Smith John turturro Renee Fleming and others to pick the music that moves them. I do have that article linked and I couldn't find public domain version of the song that moved me. The most among the ones featured in this article and that selection is the one that Patti Smith chose. She chose Puccini's Tosca which in her version is performed by Luciano. Pavarotti as the main tenor. I found a public domain version of that music and I am going to share just a bit of it here but have linked to the full version on the website. I would love to read the article. Listen to the options that these various artists and performers selected and. Let me know what you think did that article convert you to love. Opera? I would love to know in the comments for this post. Here is a bit of the version that I felt.
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"Hello and welcome back to find things on news and as always. I'm thrilled that you are joining me this week. I hope you're all well. I hope you're still hanging in there. I know that there is still a lot of uncertainty around. When things are opening I know things are opening Across the country many different cities so I just hope that all of you are staying safe I had to reschedule some guests and just move a couple of things around and so I thought I would try something a little bit different this week. I do not have a guest instead. It's just me talking but I'm joining that with some incredible sound that I've been able to find that are in line with the five things I want to share with you today throughout this lock down. A lot of things have been catching my attention but a few things in particular have really inspired. This week's podcast. The sound that I will be sharing along with these. Different topics are public domain which means they are available for use without Copyright infringement which is really exciting to me because I've discovered so many websites that provide public domain resources. So the first thing that I wanNA share with you is in relation to a story that's been circulating for the last couple of weeks and not is the UFO stories. The Pentagon recently released this footage of unidentified flying objects and if you can imagine. The reaction has been out of this world and has really captured our imagination. And all of this talk about you. Foes has really got me thinking so much more about the mysteries of the universe and how much we just don't know how far we are from really truly understanding on all of the mysteries of the universe and even if there is a extra life out there and with Nassau getting ready to do their next big launch on. May Twenty seven. I started looking around from sound of NASA and it turns out that NASA has a lot of public domain.
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"Hello and welcome back to five things. I'm your host. Angie and I am so thankful that you have tuned in this week. I am super excited. About my three guests today and they are an embodiment of the joy of evil and they were incredibly kind and generous and amazing for taking time out of their very busy schedules. Be On the show today and they come from drink. Tv DOT COM and drink. Tv is a new streaming network that celebrates all things wine spirits beer cocktails from around the world and they are like the WHO net flicks of the wonderful world of drinking culture and for them to be here today as such an honor and I'm super excited and the first of three gases Chris Burke whose Co founder and G. M. Chris is an emmy winning producer who is created content and shows for networks like TV ame and Discovery Channel. We have Jerry cotton whose CO founder and head of creative also actress TV. He is also an emmy winning producer and just content creating genius and then we had Zan Lampley who is a world traveler and the star of shows on drink. Tb So thank you guys so much for being here today. I know how busy you guys are. And this really means a lot to me And for listeners their full BIOS will be on the websites. You can go on there and read the full details of how unbelievably impressive. These three men are so. Please definitely check that out Guys thank you so much for being here and we can get started if you can just tell us a little bit about yourself Sure I'm I travel and drink for a living in and these fine gentlemen have Enabled me to continue that journey. I started back in. I think around two thousand six doing a show called three sheets which went for for four seasons and then was taken off the air when the network went off the air and the fans have been clamoring for a reboot for for many years And and thanks to Chris Jared and drink. Tv We've had the opportunity to do that and One of the things that that the fans of the show have been a little bit weary of is was the magic still there from the original show and if we tried to improve it will be takeaways. Some of the character of the show and some of the fun and information in that everything that people like from it and the overwhelming answer has been. Yes as these guys can attest to I mean I think it was Chris Jared had seen our very first episode before the network had even launched long before the network launched and they said that they wanted to renew it for a second season. So it's it's it's been exciting journey. We shot six amazing episodes in six behind the scenes episodes which are all on drink TV and now we are preparing to shoots season to This summer and We're also starting a Late night talk show Weekly late night celebrity. Talk Show on Dream TV which I'll be hosting as well so a lot of amazing things that are currently during TV in an amazing amazing things that will be on the network in the very near future. Zane. I think you're just envious everyone You know that you get to do such a cool thing and and and in many ways I get to do some of that as well so it's great to cue have you here. Thank you on and can't wait to your little bit more about those adventures And then and then Chris on your co founder and GM and your anyone producer You have you know your background documentary. Sports production and I so I guess you know I wanNa talk about five things but one of the things is An or maybe jared. You could speak to this as well And I'll get a second to is on. You know how how how drink TV come about like how did you know? Since you're co-founder how did how did this idea come around and it happened it. Did it happen over drinks? Yeah I guess you could say it did you know I think if you WANNA go back to really the beginning. It's about ten years ago. Jared and I were just starting In with our production company That we've been partners in for a dozen years or so right now. and We saw show called three sheets with a guy named Zane labory on a network called Mojo. Hd that no longer exists but in the brief time that it did exist it did some some very fine work including bringing three sheets into the world and and in so doing bringing Zane to our attention and we were. You know jared and I were fans of cocktails and craft beer and and travel and all those things that everybody loves at the time and we were like who is this guy. How did he get this show on the air? This is awesome. You know if if he can do it then we can. We can create shows about alcohol as well. And let's give this a shot and you know some short. Several years later we managed to do that. Turns out it's pretty hard to to sell original shows but we did And we we did. Three seasons of a show called grew dogs on. Nbc's Esquire Network And that was a travel. Show we we kind of described it as top gear. Fear these two. Scottish brewers going around the world brewing beers in ridiculous increasingly ridiculous ways as we went on through season. Three breaking the land speed record for proving improving on a boat and all that kind of stuff is just a you. Know a love letter to craft beer and all the community and people that go with it and Three sheets and Zane had been a big inspiration for us and getting into that through the course of that show. We actually met through mutual friend brewer in Hawaii and And then when NBC decided to shutter the esquire network we realized that we had an opportunity to create something of our own. That would be a network that could be really devoted to telling the stories of the beverage alcohol world and all the great people in it and a network. That wouldn't all of a sudden decide to you. Know no do shows about wine cocktails beer. Just because they didn't want to anymore if you put it in the name during TV then you're planting a flag and telling people pretty clearly what you're about and so that's what we did and it's been just awesome to to be able to collaborate with. Zane as as closely as we have and bring four sheets the fans that that's incredible and I I love that and I love that you guys can came together to to to make this a reality and I'm Jerry. You're you're the CO founders. Lawn head of creative and your background is also an emmy winning producer and co-founder retail media and so. I'd I'd be interested in hearing a little bit more about read social media but then also how did some of the? How do the ideas her? Some of the the shows that are on income he come about. Those definitely happened over drinks as you can tell you. It's just you know it's a. It's a shared love of of drinks culture of Having your favorite bartender at your local bar a bar that you discover when you're traveling in the friendships that you make over drinks the experience that you have when you have drank in your hand always just seemed to sort of elevate the moment and an aunt the memory and I think that we wanted to create drink. Tv In a way that reflected that and the way the red till sort of fits into the grand scheme of it is. We're sort of the in house. Production Company for most of the shows We just have such a love. Affair drinks and drinks culture and bartenders and travel and good food that we really do our heart and soul into everything that's on the screen so this is one thing you'll know when you watch TV and this does not look like your typical digital network. Everything we shoot to broadcast standards. We want this to sit on netflix. Or on travel channel or on food network or wherever And you know we really really char best to make sure that everything we put out there. lives up to our standards. And if it doesn't make you thirsty it doesn't make the cut. I love that. That's a t-shirt by the way. And if you do make Joel send you thank you so okay. I guess As on a last three questions. But there's there's two more things In one thing that I that I would really love to know and this is for the three of US Zane. Christened jared is what is for each of you one of the one of your best stories that have happened overdress. I'd have one on thinking you've gotta be one or several. But what's one that you the three of you could share? Well so guys. It's is it something that's happened with the three of us together. I have one into together individually or I have to. I have it together. One in in case but if there's individuals that works as well so you know we. We started our journey over a year. Ago Chris Jared. I decided to go to the WWF which is a wine and spirits wholesalers association where a Lotto Burgeoning Rans Arner come to to To meet a distributor as a lot of industry people are there and last year they had it in. Vegas. We're in Los Angeles so we decided to spur of the moment. Let's just let's over there and check it out. I mean it was amazing. And apparently jared has. He has a superpower which doesn't involve anything at the BLACKJACK table by the way we learned that hardware. So jared superpower is that he's able to catch any food item in his mouth from unlimited this's The distances are only by thrower. So in Caesar's palace there is called the circle bar where everyone meets and And I think the only the only thing we had available with was half a line. I think someone's tranquil and and jared at the other side of the Serb of ours so throwing the lime over the bar and an end. Jared catching it to to Applaue us from everyone. There is a is now one of the The new news that came out. I think he's the five hundred third richest billionaire in the world so Tito from Tito's vodka was witness to it so you could ask them. You can ask him if it really happened. And I think the distance we measured out something around. Forty seventy yeah. I am the Odell Beckham Junior of catching things in my mouth. Oh my goodness is this on video. 'cause bats epic. That's a pretty stark in there. Yeah it was a casino. That's definitely on the casino security video. Exactly right that's exactly what those those videos catch a lot of things so I'm sure the other is that okay other stories One of my favorite moments over drinks was probably when we finally met up with day at a bar called Bono. It's a Tiki bar in Hollywood and the mutual that brewer from Hawaii Garrett Moreira Wounds Maui Brewing Company You know Said Dan. These guys are legit producers. They make great content and they're real fan. They're real people. You should meet up with them and we met up over drinks and we sort of shared our vision drink. Tv with Zane. We told him we want this to be nothing. But a love letter to drinks and drinks cultures and you know established brands new brands an adventure food. And all the things that you know are tough to get on your traditional linear cable networks. Because for whatever reason even though we're all adults My goodness alcohol still scares the Legal Department and the Business Affairs Department and the Ad Sales Department at some of these traditional networks and we just said no no no we want to share the fun experiences that all three of us have had over the years traveling and drinking and having fun and we want to capture that in creative and entertaining ways and we just sat down drank in shared our love of adventures and stories and travel and it was kind of a big moment for me and Chris. Because you know not the fan boy out in front of paying too much. Although I know he loved and It was cool because he was one of the reasons that we got into making travel series on for TB. We've now had shows on. You know food network in history and things like that but it was really because of three sheets that we said you know we do this we could. We could make a show like this. That has our own special twist on it and so to be able to bring four sheets back to. The people has been a really really huge accomplishment. So that's probably one of my top five favourite members of drink. I mean yeah I would just go go ahead. I agree with that one. I was GONNA say the same thing about finally getting together and drinking tiki doing Solano The only thing I would add to that is just that at the end. We were doing a little bit of promotional filming as well for the title sequence of for sheets and Zane had this idea to light a Scorpion bowl on fire and get some slow mo shots of those flames and he had to do it about a dozen times and every time. The flame somehow got larger because the bartender kept pouring high proof. Rome into the ball and we were all sort of like watching with a mixture of fascination and terror and wondering when it was finally going to catch his eyebrows on fire. It never did and the footage looks great. It's in the title sequence so that one is definitely memorable for me. Yeah you can. You can see The the end of the night in in the title sequence for four sheets for people going go to drink..
"angie" Discussed on 5 Things With Angie B
"Yes, you're moderation moderation. Angie? What's your favorite cocktail? Well, you're still missing two. And then I'll show mind. Oh my goodness. Oh, look the class. Yeah. Oh my God. We'll look I love Docker decorations, probably my favorite room cocktail. I think it's simple. It's refreshing. It's perfect for any occasion. Really? I mean, you can have it at a finding restaurant. You could have it on the beach on boat. You can have it in a box the FOX if you want. Ryan something. 'cause if I was about to die. From. To plagiarize, Dr Seuss. I'm glad I'm glad that you did that and one more. Martini. We're gonna say classic MARTINI housing. Along with that rate. It's in. Oh, two. Thiel? So. I would have to say actually on the wine person. Okay. I'm a big red wine fan in terms of kind of what I what might go to is. But like sidecar MARTINI. Yeah. It's it's, you know, the sidecar it's kind of you know, old timey throwback moment. But I really love a delicious side carnitine, actually like it's such a treat when I have one. And there's a please. I'm I'm currently in Miami. And there's telling Miami that makes them perfectly. And so that's why when I got him. So what is the name of that hotel? The we'll have to we'll have to try out that bar next time. We're in Miami this tie hotel the Marin the lobby must try. Well, we have phenomenal their eight an Asian vibe there. So they have all kinds of spicy interesting. Drink with flowers and loaded at the bartender. There is fantastic. So that's just a great place to try all kinds of all kinds of great great things. So very cool. And you know, that's that's worth mentioning to hotel bars. Get a bad rap because a lot of the time. They're just sort of, you know, there phoned in a little bit in some of the, you know, some of the less inspired hotels. But it has to be said that there are some absolutely outstanding hotel bars in the world with creative bartenders and food and beverage programs that are happening these days, and when you're traveling and you find good one. It's an absolute treasure. So hats off to all those good people out there making that I agree. I had I I was in Singapore last year, and I had a Singapore sling at my hotel bar, and it was absolutely delicious. And so I agree with you. You know, I think there are a lot of hotels out there. Doing wonderful things of cocktails. I think. Yes. So just we're going to wrap up, but I just wanted to kind of guess asked three of you. What do you hope, you know, for for viewers to to take away from when they drink TV? You know, what what what do you want them to experience kind of tape away from from from all of the different shows just from the platform in general. I hope inspires them to go out. And try new things I think what we really wanted to be. We want to be the food network for drinking, and we want there to be as many celebrity bartenders as there are celebrity chefs in the world, and I want them to be inspired to go to a new bar or go back to their local bar bartender. Ask them what inspires them ask them. What's a cool drink to try? Try new things try drinks when you travel try and seek out, you know, better experiences through the lens of a really nice really nice drink. I think that's that's really what we hope to do. And we hope that our content reflects that. And we hope that we can bring more people in more brands can come in and find a a friendly place to come and sort of shared their stories with people that'll potentially go out and seek out the product after after they watch our original content. Excellent. And so it's drink TV dot com..
"angie" Discussed on 5 Things With Angie B
"Broadcast standards. Like, we want this to sit on Netflix or on travel channel or on food network or wherever and you know, we really really try best to make sure that everything we put out there lives up to our standards. And if it doesn't make. You thirsty doesn't make the cut. I love that. That's a t shirt, by the way. And if you do. I will send you thank you. So I guess so. I'm ask three questions. But, but there's there's two more things in one thing that I that I would really love to know. And this is for the three of us Zane, Kristen Jared is what is for each of you one of the one of your best stories ever happened overdress? I have once I'm thinking you've gotta be one. I'm sure there's several, but what's one that you the three of you could share. Well, so guys it's something that's happened with the three of us together. You know what I have one? She got her individually or I have I have it together. One in case what if there's individuals that works as well. So, you know, we we started our journey over a year ago on Chris Jared, I decided to go to the W w which is wine and spirits wholesalers association. Where a lot of burgeoning rans offer. Come to to to meet, a distributor is a lot of industry. People are there and last year they had it in Vegas. We're in Los Angeles. So we decided to, you know, spur of the moment. Let's just let's head over there in check it out, and it was mazing. And apparently Jared has. He has a superpower which doesn't involve anything at the blackjack table. By the way, we learned that hardware. So Jared superpower is that he's able to catch any food item in his mouth from unlimited distances the distances are only by thrower. So the Caesar's palace. There is a called the circle bar where everyone meets and and I think the only the only thing we had available with was half of a lime. I think someone's trinket. And and Jared at the other side of the circle bars. So throwing the lime over the bar, and and Jared catching it to to applaud everyone there and one is is now one of the the new news that came out. I think he's the five hundred third richest billionaire in the world. So Tito from Tito's vodka was witness to it. So you can ask you can ask him if it really happened. I think the distance we measured out something around forty seventy. Yeah. I am the Odal Beckham junior of catching in my mouth. Oh my goodness. Is this on video? 'cause that's that's a pretty I think I wanna be rainy and stark in there. It was. It's definitely on the casino security video. Exactly, right. As exactly that'll let well those those videos catch a lot of things. So I'm sure. Owners that. Okay. Other stories. One of my favorite comments over drinks was probably when we finally met up with day that a bar called Bono Tiki bar in Hollywood, and the mutual friend that brewer from Hawaii Garrett Moreira wounds now brewing company, you know, said Zan guys are legit producers. They make great content, and they're real fans there real people. You should meet up with them. And we met up over drinks, and we sort of shared our vision for drink TV with Zane. We told him we want this to be nothing. But a love letter drinks and drinks cultures. And you know, established brands new brands and adventured food and all the things that you know, are tough to get on your traditional linear cable networks because for whatever reason even though we're all adults mine goodness alcohol..
"angie" Discussed on 5 Things With Angie B
"Yeah. Hi and welcome to season two of. Of five things with Angie, b formerly known as five things, you didn't know over the last couple of weeks. I learned so much about podcasting for variety of reasons, which will talk around a lot more about this season. And realized that I wanted to widen the structure of the show a little bit to allow for conversations that can inspire an enlighten. And I wanted to give a little bit of more room for how those conversations happened still within the frame of focusing on, you know, this structure of five and so I'm really excited about that. Because I really think it's going to. Open up the space for deeper more engaging conversation that isn't necessarily around things that listeners didn't know. But around. Conversations topics issues that perhaps we're all very entrenched in all ready, but just need a new perspective on some really excited about that. My podcast journey is been so fulfilling so eye-opening inspiring challenging and it's been a journey and one of the things that I had the wonderful privilege and opportunity to do was go through this podcast fellowship with Seth Godin win, which I learned so much about the technical part of podcasting. But also, the storytelling part about podcasting in how those two things merged to create really beautiful content that is really gonna capture audiences and provide value. And so I'm just really excited for what? This season hasn't store. I have some wonderful interviews lined up. I can't wait to have these conversations and want to invite all of you in to join on the on the conversation on the dialogue still through the website. Which is now five things with Angie b dot com. You can still go to five things didn't know dot com. It will just redirect you to to to the site. And we have one amazing interview with Christina webbie's. She is the founder of growth feel and I'm thrilled that she took some time to do the show because she has a lot of incredible and amazing things going on. And then there's a few other really fine. Really, amazing talented brilliant people also so it's been a blessing, and I can't thank you enough for tuning in. Please feel free to. Tell your friends to listen in. And as always you can comment on the website. And I look forward to really bringing some great podcast to you this season. And thank you for being on this.
"angie" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"And angie three five shifts fm hey makola pay the thanks very natapei good.