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"anita loos" Discussed on PASTOR LUCY PAYNTER
"In prison the name of the lord this is yet another Through you're talking about vision. And i believe that that we are learning a lot even as we learn about The vision of christ even as we continue to prepare ourselves to go out there and win souls with christ we would be equipped out of good and i believe that we are getting to learn. I am also a lot. And i believe that we are. We are becoming so winners in the name of jesus I want us to look at the good. We will continue looking at different scriptures that he's talking about salvation and i always encourage that you're it from your own translation. You can read from different translations and you'll get to understand Better about what we're talking about. And i believe that god bless you so look nine twenty three i will say i am reading from an iv new international novus from its any say to them or if anyone would come after me he must deny himself and take his gross daily and follow me for whoever wants to save his life. We lose it but we ever loses. His life of me will save it. The name of jesus verse twenty five says what is it for a month to gain the whole world. Anita loos is very own self reports talking about the decision following. Christ now we have been talking about who salvation is meant to Meant for we stayed autism of salvation. We say this time of salvation and we see that jesus is the source of salvation in here looking at wash would follow christ and the bible is telling us very clearly that we ever want to follow him. Must do this on this in. What other requirements of following. Jesus now that you have become a disciple of christ. Now that you have received the free gift of salvation now that you have believed in you heart now that you have confessed with your mouth. That christ is the lord that he died. Here's erased erected and he's now seated at the right time of god the father. What is expected of you know that you have become a follower of christ. This is off. The bye was telling us that we're now come to him. Must deny himself and dick up his cross daily and forelock. Jesus this means there's so many things that you used to do when you had not received christ in your life there are so many places you used to go. When you had not confessed christ their associations you are in there things you could do. You know they're they're they're they're vis- company you could you could out with but now for lobby. Christ is costly following. Christ means you leave everything that the old self was doing because now you have become a new being in christ jesus the bible says when we receive him that we begin we begin new creation we become we become new creature so that is to say that now because you have become a follower of christ. You are supposed to do that. With christ do if he was in your place if jesus could not hung out with non believers if jesus could not go out gossiping if jesus or jesus who do on these the son of god and he.
"anita loos" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Seven seven four dot e x three six zero seven certificate number one eight four six one. The mimics promoting the information superhighway vice president gore on wednesday said the pursue the day when a youngster just home from school given a choice between nintendo and the encyclopedia britannica choose to access the encyclopedia if that is so that might even greater accomplishment and the technologies now given the fact that You have not slept very well. You're about to do a math episode. There will be no but it is computer science. Which is famously. Something that you scorn. Believe that something trade. That's something that. I disliked so much that i went to the effort of going on a game show to try to get away from it and yet probably what would you say. Thirty percent of future links or computer scientists and a surprising number of Entries in this reference work are related to the computer revolution of the sensory in which we were born. Yeah despite our deep suspicion and dislike everything related to the science. But i think future ling's are going to look back at this time and think of it in in two ways the computer revolution and the social revolution because you came into the twentieth century with a lot of habits that were like eight eight wealthy white guys. Pretty much running everything. Yeah people still being pulled around in ox carts and and you came out the other side where it's like well you know. The world is a global place and People are completely intermixing and also now they no longer touch or talk to each other because they all have heads up displays. They're they're looking at each other through google class. People also probably talk about produce. Getting better produces a lot better even from when we were kids because there were like three fruits. That's right the msci red apple. The machine green apple are the banana the banana and sometimes of the year you could get some citrus. Bananas were better. We cover that. I haven't been in in my bag right well. Apples were better to. They weren't good in january But we this is a episode requested by future league named mark. A contemporary fuelling. Thanks mark i guess. Everybody is in somebody's future. Time is a flat circle. We spoke to mark recently. He was the former engineer who got in very early on him. Fairly evil tech company and through that success was able to. I don't know where he retires in sales or something he's he. He doesn't retire in sales but he retired from sales like our parents and grandparents did. He's a sailor. Yeah he's a north westerner northwestern as north western. He's a he's a but no. He lives here in seattle and he's actually only one kiss away from me right. He is close friends with someone that i'm close friends with so i'd heard of him. I'd heard telam. But when we spoke to him giving him his his little lies zoom chat with us. He was in what florida for the winter. Because that's where if you work for tech company and retire at age fifty. And that's where the votes are and he had gone back and forth on some on some show ideas he wanted to recommend. He had donated the patron at a level where he can see just a topic and he's super computer science. Oh yeah all. His ideas were extremely technical. Except for the ones that were about musical theater it turned out it was it was twice in a row. We chatted with somebody in a technical field who was thinking of a dumping it all for his first love. Community theater is. Isn't that a future link thing it's like it's like oh you're a computer really must be but it's not that you want to be in a rock band. It's that you wanna do like a travelling version of our town. If you know a certain number of c plus plus libraries and you know all the words to the first number guys and dolls. You probably might be future lane. A he had a suggestion about like early newsgroup culture early nineties net culture right about the magazine hundred which i am an episode. Oh that's right. he was. That was your idea. Not his right. Yeah he was trying to like get illicit. Some like hacker bad image with him like wanted to talk about phone freaking. I did i did and he was like. Oh yeah i was aware of that but not it's not really i think maybe he's a little too young for it to me. He's older than me so he was. Maybe you think he'd be the right age for the cap'n crunch taking so i just love that whole culture so much but it's not that i ever understood it but just the idea that you would you would wargames. Somebody's games. ma belle. Some dial up connection and it will loop and he finally settled on when he was you. Were kinda back on the call. And he had many thoughts about anita loos who wrote I always call it diamonds. Or girl's best friend who wrote gentlemen prefer blonde right and But he also mentioned a technology name. I had never heard before. I'm sorry to say van navarre bush and that was the part of the call where i started to get very lost. Oh yeah you wonder what you came. Back with a hotter coffee and a weird hat But it looking at the life and times of any bush possibly one of the most influential thinkers of the twentieth century and great omnibus fashion. Mostly even though he had bazillion accomplishments largely through one article in the atlantic You want of course you want. The seminal text. Yes the atlantic ends up being the. It's the it's the record right. I mean it before the omnibus. Yeah the atlantic magazine is is the platinum record before omnibus because it's got to run a storied history. It does right through all the way back to the to the early early mid nineteenth century. I bet there was a newsletter called the atlantic aboard the mayflower. What should we call us. And they looked around What's what's one of the primary features have you have you read the new atlantic it got and do stuff on the captain and we saw another whale. The cockroach went up. But you know. It's one of the only magazines i still subscribe to it It's just the right amount of amount of smart Bush before his remarkable atlantic article of nineteen forty five his dates by the way eight thousand nine hundred nineteen seventy-four died a month after my birth and he was almost alive for on spanish-american war statehood of washington. That's a that's an eighty four years. He saw a different world. Those are almost exactly. That's the life span of my grandmother. she was born in eighteen. Eighty nine and died in nineteen seventy two. It's good to cross a century. That's something we're going to have when we're old right but not everybody gets. Oh remember back in the seventy. It just means you can remember a year where the second number is different and that impresses young people. Yeah i had a friend from high school right me yesterday. And she said. I'm doing graduate work on the seventies and i wanna talk to you because you remember the seventies do i do. I love to talk about the seventy yeah. I'm sure you didn't resist. Thank god. Bush was young Inventor engineer researcher During world war one he joined the national research council you know. He had an academic job. I think he was going from. Maybe tufts to mit at the time. He joined the national research council to do scientific work for the war. Effort and his great discovery was a way kind of a theoretical way of detecting submarines via changes they would make the earth's.
"anita loos" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"anita loos" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"And we're back. Thank you and we are back with huge when it comes to female revenge women getting revenge on men who cheated on them or or who weren't loyal to them right so the women a nineteen thirty nine film inspired by Clare. Boothe looses play directed by George Kuchar with a screenplay written by Anita Loos En Jane Murphy and starring Women For all one hundred thirty speaking roles including by Connick Joan Crawford even all the subjects in the Super Glitzy Manhattan. Apartments are almost all of women. However though men aren't present they are much discussed. The PLOT FOLLOWS MARY. Who after finding out? Her husband is cheating on her plan to get revenge on the other woman in a divorce from her husband largely at the encouragement of her friends on a train ride on way to secure her divorce. She meets several other women doing the same thing gossip backstabbing catfights and winning back husbands. Oh my gosh watch this to for this did you to classic happening for someone who loves the transatlantic accent. I have trouble understanding. It's it's like wait a minute. Well you saying definitely those timeframe one of the quotes. I really loved Don't confide in your girlfriends if you do. They'll see to it in the name of friendship that you lose your husband and your and that's from Mary's mom. The movie's Tagline was see them with their hair down in their claws out during the cat fights but one of the actresses she gets bitten that was real and she has a scar from. It was such a big thing that not too long. They just did a whole little mini series based on their relationship. I was when I was watching. I was thinking that in this world the all these wing growing up in again have jobs or it's harder to have a job. You can't have property years hard own. Property and money can't open lines of credit. Is it really so surprising that all these women are competing with each other and tearing each other down? I don't I don't know right. Also of note. This did spawn several remakes including the musical the opposite sex which I watch. I'm an old person. And of course. Our New fave first wives club so nine hundred eighty seven fatal attraction Michael Douglas's character teeth on his wife with Glenn close who does not appreciate what he tries to step away from the relationship she goes down a path of increasingly intense acts of revenge including sending an audiotape listening all the ways he's a selfish piece of garbage and Yeah broiling his child's pet bunny which is one of the more iconex scenes that everybody remembers the bunny seen the buddies and this one is a great example. One of the main differences between revenge with a male protagonist versus a female protagonist. Because you're not meant to root for Glenn Close. No you're meant to see her as over your acting crazy and to be fair. She does a lot of things that weren't that. If a male protagonist had done the same thing I'm not super convinced audiences wouldn't still be on his side right because then you also look at. The fact of his wife is barely their barely present in the movie. And she's just oh sleep with them and no one really sees the bottom line that he's an ass cheated right right and then. Oh this won the nineteen ninety nine film cruel intentions which I also watched directed by Roger Gumbo and starring Sarah Michelle Gellar. Have you not seen it before nope? Oh Wow yeah reese witherspoon or I in Philipe and Selma Blair. This movie is based on the seventeen eighty two novel. Li Liaison Who's written by appear Choctaw? Nawroz debt lock lows. This is set in In Manhattan at large but in a prep school specifically and it's dark comedic with an at the time rare Onscreen female kiss. They won an award named sexiest kiss. That's right of course killers. Br Character Catherine tries to enlist full Felipe as characters. Stepbrother Sebastian. Tell her get revenge. X. BY SEDUCING BLAIR'S CHARACTER. Cecile the girl. Katherine ex boyfriend dumped her for okay as very convoluted but basically she wants to help her get revenge so Bashan has different plans though including instead to seduce the virginal daughter of the headmaster net played by Witherspoon. So they make a bet it's the bastion fails that seducing a net catherine gets his very fancy. Jaguar cars specific model. If he succeeds he gets to sleep at the only person he's failed to have sex with after he set his eyes on them. Catherine but follows is a massive debauchery and vengeance. Sebastian actually falls in love with an IT. Of course he wins the bet but no longer desires to have any sex with Catherine and Katherine is mad at this. She manipulates him into leaving a net ultimately he dies and he gets revenge posterior against Cathy. I was watching this like wait a minute but I did want to include this quote from Sarah Michelle. Gellar his character Catherine and this is when he's kind of like questioning how she behaves. She says eat me Sebastian. It's all right for guys like you in court to everyone but when I do I get dumped for innocent little twit six seal God forbid exude confidence and enjoy sex. Do you think I relish the fact that I have to act like Mary Sunshine? Twenty four seven so I can be considered a lady. I'm the Marcia Brady of the upper east side and sometimes I wanNA kill myself. What a film. It was the up and coming rebellious film for sure. I I can see if I had been at the not that I'm didn't like it or anything. It was enjoyable. But if I'd been at the right age I would have been. Hello look at this I think. Also just to remind reese and Cecil's character Selma Blair get their vengeance. The whole thing like everybody gets revenge and then GET REVENGE. Dove like double winning all the things all the things except for re drives away with the actual. Roy's yeah is it jeter Yeah how does as Jaguar? But she's loving with the glasses and all yeah so Chicago. The nineteen twenty s musical. That has been made into movies. The two thousand two best picture winner and Broadway shows the second longest running show in history is a story rife with female revenge. Bell mckelway kills her husband for cheating on her with her sister and Roxie. Hart kills her lover for attempting to break it off between them and lying to her about being able to make her famous both are Degel where they meet several other women in there for killing women who did them wrong resulting in my favorite song cell block tango. You gotta come and my favorite song. When you're good to mama which by the way there's a viral video going around with foreign pugh doing a great rendition of the. Somebody's sitting at our holiday. Karaoke party here or there were other things happening but someone saying I really yes..
"anita loos" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"And we're back. And we are back with huge. When it comes to female revenge women, getting revenge on men who cheated on them, or or who weren't loyal to them right so the women, a nineteen thirty nine film inspired by Clare boothe looses play directed by George Kuchar with a screenplay written by Anita Loos en, Jane Murphy and Starring Women For all one hundred thirty speaking roles including by Connick Joan Crawford, even all the subjects in the Super Glitzy Manhattan apartments. Apartments are almost all of women. However, though men aren't present, they are much discussed. The plot follows Mary. WHO, after finding out her husband is cheating on her plan to get revenge on the other woman and a divorce from her husband, largely at the encouragement of her friends on a train ride on way to secure her divorce. She meets several other women doing the same thing gossip, backstabbing catfights and winning back husbands. Gosh. Watch this to for this. Did you to classic? laughing. For someone who loves the transatlantic. Accent I have trouble understanding. It's like wait a minute. Well, you saying definitely those timeframe one of the quotes I really loved Don't confide in your girlfriends. If you do, they'll see to it in the name of friendship that you lose your husband and your. That's from Mary's mom. The movie's Tagline was see them with their hair down in their claws out during the cat fights, but one of the actresses. She gets bitten. And she has a scar from. It was such a big thing that not too long. They just did a whole little mini series based on their relationship. I was when I was watching. I was thinking that in this world the all these wing growing up in. Again have jobs or it's harder to have a job. You can't have property years harder. Dome Property and money can't open lines of credit. Is it really so surprising that all these women are competing with each other and tearing each other down? I don't I don't know right. Also of note, this did spawn several remakes, including the musical, the opposite sex which I watch I'm an old person, and of course, our new fave first wives club. So, nine hundred bagel attraction Michael Douglas's character tease on his wife with Glenn..
"anita loos" Discussed on Bookworm
"DOT com. I'm Michael Silver Blah this bookworm arm and today I'm very pleased to have as my guest. Adina Hoffman the Dina has written a life of the great almost mind boggling screenwriter Ben. Hecht the book has the Subtitle Fighting Words moving pictures this Ben Hecht had his. Oh would you say finger in so many tries He starts out now having moved with his family to the mid West as soon as he graduates from high school. He realizes this is. The college is not for him and he high tails it to Chicago where he becomes a very well-known newspaper this paper Man Song well known that his adventures in the newspaper business but come perhaps the most is famous play ever to be written about newspapers that he wrote with Charles MacArthur. Yes called the front page. The the front page becomes his girl Friday with cary grant and Rosalind Russell and thereby hangs a tale every the time Ben Hecht turns around. There's a revision of something. He's done a new who've version of it by someone else that he in turn revise right even his own memoirs has multiple versions of what happened to him in his own life life. He's kind of astonishing. This came from the days when face at a writer wrote right. These were people who wrote all the time there's also literary life that Hecht has in Chicago and actually this was one of the fascinating things for me is where his kind of the big city You know newspaper world met the world of the Chicago Renaissance and a lot of the people who were in that newspaper world. People like Carl Sandberg. who was a really good friend of Heck's you know he was also a reporter and they were sort of Newspaperman by day and then by night they were writing their poems in their novels and Hecht was not only hanging around with people like Sherwood Anderson Jason and he was also publishing in the little review which is unbelievable magazine? Push some of the first chapters of James Joyce's ulysses and they felt. What was her name? Margaret Anderson Anderson felt that Ben Heck was every bit as much a member of of the little review says dream straight. And he's there on almost every single issue. He was a kind of a pet of hers. He was sort of in love with her. She was unfortunately Very distracted by high art and she was also a lesbian was not interested in in that way but she loved him and she published him. Ben Has a great fiction writer. I mean he was. He fancied himself self novelist But he was very devoted to that calling but at the same time that he was writing. These very heavy breathing stories for Margaret Anderson. He was also writing he. He was whipping off these commercials stories for Lincoln at the smart set. HMO MINKIN was one of his heroes. Mencken was a cynic cynic and a sophisticated and he had every bit of hostility toward the dumb aspects of American culture. He was trying to make America smart op. He wrote fascinating essays sason books on the American language as opposed to British. We don't get an American writer per se until until Mark Twain who's writing the Mississippi River. Talk that he learned when he was a boatman. Well by the time you've got the middle of the country Chicago you've got gangsters you've got prohibition you've got flappers you've got an American language wood jr that was invented here and Hecht loved. -actly yeah and I think for me. That was one of the wonderful things about spending time with him. I was reading. This book was spending time with his language. I mean whatever you WANNA say about. Whether his books are wonderful books or not so wonderful books he was a wonderful maker of sentences and paragraphs graphs and just terrific wit on top of it and he and Macarthur wrote the front page. which was kind of Valentine to that newspaper World of Chicago? You go where they've both been cub reporters you see. He comes in to the newspaper office. Writing these things. In Extreme Telegraphy Telegraphy as as you quote them right they are made of twenty three delight phrases. He's putting them together hurling them together and eventually he's going to have some fame as the newspaper Komo's rining calms every every day made up of just what he heard some Hobo say right or what some very wealthy people were saying in a casino no to be a writer then will start out as journalists. That's where Hemingway starts. He proposed this idea of. But this daily column that you've mentioned which would become known as a thousand and one afternoons in Chicago and they're kind of remarkable pieces they're just little snippets and there's a sense that the news is not just test the news of the grant headline it's also all these sort of marginal lives and people. You know the guy who runs the laundromat and the woman who works as a manicurist and has to fend off her lecherous clients. There's a way in which he's tossing this stuff off in a very casual way reading them daily. They're published on the back page of the newspaper next to the to the comic strips and he's not taking them too seriously or taking himself too seriously and there's so much better than the fiction into which he was pouring his all of his artistic ambition. That just is not the effective whereas these things that he was doing kind of on the fly as you say they're wonderful and they're incredibly generous and sympathetic. You feel him identifying with all of the city of Chicago In a way they kind of anticipate the work of later colonists people like beat Hamill and Jimmy Breslin. Who would become more famous in a way for doing doing that? who may also by now have been forgotten but act. was doing that early on. I'm talking to Adina Hoffman about. Don't her book Ben. Hecht its subtitle fighting. Words moving pictures and it's published in the Jewish writers series series published by Yale University. Press you mention that a lot of these people have been forgotten even people more recent Jonathan head so why Ben Hair. Well IT'S A. It's the question that I get all the time. And it's a good question and I mean basically at some level I feel like I've known Ben Hecht before before I knew Ben Hecht if you grow up watching American movies. He's his words are in your head even if you've never heard his name and so and I used to watch a lot of old movies as a kid but it was only when I became more conscious conscious and started to read about film history I actually worked as a film critic throughout most of the ninety s Then I was very aware of who Ben Hecht was and I I read his wonderful memoir child trial of the century. And I thought wow you know okay the movies he's known as you know. Pauline Kale called him the greatest American screenwriter Gianluca Dard said he invented eighty percent percent. Of what is used in Hollywood movies today called him a genius and all of that is true but the fact is that for heck the movies were really just a piece of it and in some ways they were actually may be one of the smaller pieces pieces of it in that memoir is full of all these other lives that we've just been talking about so I was first of all fascinated by that multiplicity of his the fact that he could contain multitudes dude but I also was drawn to heck in terms of his relationship to Jewish things. And here's a place where he basically an American Jew who claims not to have really paid much attention to the fact of his Jewishness until his consciousness was sort of raised by the Holocaust there. He's been in Chicago. He knows the woman. Editing the little review he knows call Sandberg. He knows Sherwood Anderson he moves to New York becomes friends with Herman Mankiewicz Herman Mankiewicz and also the roundtable tape Dorothy Parker and Benchley and S J Perelman and the Algonquin New Yorker Gang. He he moves to Los Angeles. He does what's so many do he has nothing but contempt damned for the people who started the motion picture industry. You say that you're interested in Hicks. Judaism with those were hits Jews. He didn't like them. There are a lot of Jews in heck's life he was actually born on the lower east side and he spent the first few years of his life. There and I don't actually think that that's Unimportant I mean. He grew up in Racine Wisconsin. which is this pastoral American American place etc but there is a way in which those tenements were in him in a very deep way? These people used to be smarter sales right they they were the makers of clothing right opened Bertel movie parlors and eventually come out to who was angeles. Why because you can make movies year round? They're very practical minded people right. It's not raining all the time they can make movies and heck goes to work for them and he has the ability of a newspaper. Man He can turn into story overnight absolutely he can read it on the back of an envelope famously. which is the one he turns in? Well there are a bunch of stories Anita Loos says that he just scrawled something on the back of an envelope and send it in and it became this double trouble. I mean that's Apocryphal. But in general it said that he whipped off movies like scarface in a matter of of like a week maybe ten days he gives different versions at different times and double screens. When you think of how long it takes for kids who've graduated from films grey to finish one screenplay in the time he'd have written four or five and written treatments before five more and it's interesting because I mean his contempt? The contempt he claimed to have for the movies was very intense. And I think in a way that contempt almost made it easier easier for him to be Working at this pace and not to be sort of so caught up in the great the art of it because as far as he was concerned it wasn't art. Will you see. It's all so I think that he didn't know his own gifts. His own gifts involved the movie scripts he. He wrote his writing. Insofar as I've read it sometimes it's very funny sometimes. It's very scab race but it's very rarely any good food their pieces of it that I would defend but I don't think that that's what we're talking about. He's not that's not what he should be remembered for his fiction. At least I do think that his memoirs are it really is memoirs of a lot of fun and they'll be a new addition of John of the century which is perhaps his very best book And he comes out and he writes the text for a silent movie now. A lot of people don't don't realize Anita Loos the woman who later wrote gentlemen prefer. Blondes was writing subtitles. MHM for silent movies on. This wasn't an easy thing to do. Either but hat writes nights a silent film for Joseph on Sternberg Underworld right and you surprised me. In this revelation relation we discover that heck script takes place most of it in bright daylight very bright thing and Sternberg. Burg's movie is early Noir. It's very dark. It's very cloudy. It's very moody. Heck takes a look at it and doesn't like it at all right yeah. This isn't my script. Yeah it's one of the reasons he says he doesn't like Hollywood right. They don't tank the writer seriously enough. But it's one of the Great Silent Movies of all times even one of the great great movement but I actually think that it's a film that draws its power from the meeting of these minds of Sternberg own sort of this very moody Rudy Dark Sensibility and heck's ostensibly hardboiled one. 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"anita loos" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast
"It's wolves home burnley in third place by fifty percent chance each man city away at bournemouth in second place they fifty two percent percent chance is she not home to palace and then in first place this week they fifty eight percent chance of a clean sheet. He spurs against newcastle so we'll actually obviously gonna happen. His name will so if you've got the fenders from five teams. You should be looking good for clean. Shays i think i need to what do i have one now. I have to yes. I've all car and when be well less segue into it than your same for this week. What's your plan. Transfers will show plank captain. I i saw you free transfers yeah. I've got free transfers so no popular opinion. I'm gonna suggest i've been thinking of downgrading saleh tomorrow night. Upgrading silva dived suv as to deploy known but then on we'll meet an extra mill. I need an extra meal so do i get rid of wilson and get someone else but who because i leave a baby but he's got hard fixtures right. He's tone says yes that will get you debris winner as a win on do i wanna in state do a downgrade uh of silva to an upgrade of an straka who you want to take you straka to rochford wilkerson to rush foot could bake fake nessie lubar tomorrow shell state marshals more by about point one yeah so yes i can a- could do that could go to rush vote from loosen but that's i point. Six is an ambulance six yeah so then anita loos of sleigh point. You haven't really full frame era. You're supposed to be prepared and what you're gonna sigh. Hey what was your worship plans. You could do as an adult new look but do i want to give it a sell out to get money or read about that. Well let me talk about more team because it's help you now every guy. Is this year wildcard or yes a carbon leave you the long hard he's on. The wall called called a company. You've done this job..
"anita loos" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast
"It's wolves home burnley in third place with a fifty percent chance each man city away at bournemouth in second place they fifty two percent percent chance is she not home to palace and then in first place this week they fifty eight percent chance of a clean sheet. He spurs against newcastle. Oh well. That's the obviously gonna happen. His name will so if you've got the fenders from them five teams. You should be looking good for clean. Shays i think i need to what do i have one now. I have to yes. I've all car and when be well less segue into it than your same for this week. What's your plan. Transfers will show plank captain. I i saw you free transfers yeah. I've got free transfers so no popular opinion. I'm gonna suggest i've been thinking of downgrading saleh tomorrow night. Upgrading silva dived suv as to deploy known but then on we'll meet an extra mill. I need an extra meal so do i get rid of wilson and get someone else but who because i leave a baby but he's got hard fixtures right. He's tone says yes that will get you debris winner as a win on do i wanna in state do a downgrade uh of silva to an upgrade of an straka who who you wanna take straka to rush foot wilkerson to rush foot could bake fake nessie lubimov shell st marshalls more by about point one yeah so yes i can a- could do that could go to rush vote from loosen but that's i point. Six is an ambulance six yeah so then anita loos of sleigh point. You haven't really full frame era. You're supposed to be prepared and what you're gonna sigh. Hey what was your worship plans. You could do as an adult new look but do i want to give it a sell out to get money or read about that. Well let me talk about more team because it's help you now every guy. Is this year wildcard or yes a carbon leave you the long hard he's on. The wall called called a company. You've done this job..
"anita loos" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast
"Can have great impact on your hormone. Absolutely hey down on your on men's number one hormone which is testosterone. That's what you know just makes us feel like men. What makes us man that's what makes us man and scientists proven that after thirty we're on the declined line yeah some faster than others but lifestyle has a great amount to do with this? Absolutely you know if you're eating processed foods if you're getting awful sleep if you're drinking lots of alcohol if you add all these things up it's only gonNA lead down down that road of your your testosterone is going to go away faster than Gary. cuss Gary's doing it the right way right. He's trying to optimize hormone production now. People have the idea of carb cycling cycling competent eating eating more carbs are on the days where you're working out basically right so you're on more of a three four like three days of yeah. That's if you've got fifteen pounds okay all right now here. Take take somebody that has I'm training somebody now and they've got fifty pounds. Anita Loos not to get lean but to get healthy yeah okay so they've got one complex car meal a week. Oh Wow okay. They're doing lots of veggies so that's the thing with carpe cycling and you can structured around what your goals are. <hes> you know and he's doing one big but he'll have five hundred carbs in one day and guess what he feels amazing. He's losing weight light crazy. He's doing awesome and he's been on eight weeks and he's lost awesome about thirty two pounds. He's a man he's close and either different person. I spoke to him on the phone. We were discussing how I do things and he was down to press. I mean you know different person. I talked to them now an Omegas talking to his brother or something you know he's pumped up. He's motivated excited in completely different person wow yeah so he's really excited and he's you know what will probably end up doing here in another four weeks because I do everything living in four-week phases is we'll give them a two day carbon feed so he's on a five to right. Now is what I call six one and he'll be getting today's Wednesday Sunday church days Wednesday Sunday go out have good food food and so he's looking forward to that and it's motivating as well yeah absolutely yeah you gotTa have those little bright spots. Oh Yeah your week you know you start looking forward to like fruit or potato absolutely noser. Those are still oh good healthy. Foods is just about you know. What's your goal you know?.
"anita loos" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"How or even if it intends to honor the decision the British people talk in a referendum parliament decided to hold the size of the defeat means many of May's own conservative party MP's voted against her the opposition leader. Jeremy Corbyn has tabled emotion of no confidence in the prime minister's government. It will be debated and put to a vote tomorrow at his Senate confirmation hearing today, President Trump's nominee for attorney general William Barr says he won't bow to political pressure on the special counsels Russia probe or any other Justice department matter. I am not going to do anything that I think is wrong, and I will not be bullied into doing anything. I think is wrong. By anybody, whether it be editorial boards or congress or the president. How many do what I think is right though. The Russia probe has dominated the question and answer other legal issues. Also came up Barr says he favors strong enforcement of US antitrust laws. He says he would not go after companies that sell cannabis in states where it's legal, and he's generally supportive of President Trump's policies for tighter immigration, which include funding for border wall. The wall is now at the center of Trump's showdown with congressional Democrats that threw the country into a twenty five day old partial government shutdown. The highest ranking Republican woman in the US house is calling on Iowa Republican Steve king to resign. Kingsman getting backlash from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle after he was quoted in the New York Times questioning how the term white supremacy had come to be deemed as offensive. Here's NPR's Susan Davis House Republican conference chairwoman. Liz Cheney was one of the first lawmakers to condemn kings remarks last week as racist. She took it a step further Tuesday calling on the Iowa congressman to resign. This wasn't the first time, but his language questioning whether or not the notion of white supremacy -fensive is absolutely abhorrent. It's racist. We do not support it or agree with it. And as I said, I think he should find that a lot of work king has denied all allegations of racism and says the pushback is politically motivated Republicans have been unmoved by his defense on Monday. They voted to strip king of his committee assignments on the judiciary, agriculture panels for the new congress. Susan Davis NPR news the capitol. The Dow is up ninety five points SNP's of twenty one and the NASDAQ is up ninety seven points. You're listening to NPR news. And Jamie Floyd for WNYC, a federal judge in New York is striking down the Trump administration's question about citizenship status that was to be added to the twenty twenty cents is New York. Southern district court today said the question would be constitutional. But that commerce secretary Wilbur Ross did not follow the proper procedure to add it several cities and states, including New York had joined immigrant's rights groups to bring the case against the new question last year, arguing it would discourage immigrants from participating in the census. The supreme court will address the issue next month and the actress Carol Channing whose career spanned decades on Broadway and television has died Channing is best known for playing the lead in. Hello. Dolly a role. She performed nearly five thousand times she said there are two ways of doing this monumental character of Laura Liley, one is to get the prettiest littlest. Girl in town, little flapper or the other way is a comedian comment on the prettiest littlest girl in town. And she should I want Carol there. She was talking about her role on Broadway in gentlemen, prefer blondes speaking on WNYC. She said playwright Anita loos had her play the role in a comedic way. In a stage adaptation, Carol Channing was ninety seven years old. She died of natural causes just after midnight this morning in Rancho Mirage, California. Mostly sunny this afternoon tonight, mostly clear, we'll have a low around twenty seven degrees. The wind will make it feel colder currently thirty four degrees under mostly sunny skies.
"anita loos" Discussed on Here & Now
"But I think the remaining fear as we are now several years in the aftermath of that phone call is that maybe President Trump would use Taiwan as a bargaining chip that he might actually throw Taiwan under the bus in order to get something from siege. In paying may be in a trade deal. And I think that concern still permeates a a lot of people in Taiwan. And how does the rest of the region feel about this? You're just back from a trip to Singapore is the tension between China and Taiwan playing out in other countries in the region. Well, people in the region are certainly concerned about the possibility of China using economic coercion against its neighbors. Taiwan being just one of them. We've seen Chinese economic coercion against countries like South Korea for deploying a missile defense system or the Philippines for taking a case in the South China Sea against China. So they they're worried about that. They are worried about any potential use of of military force. Yeah. The people of the region see that China is rising in a way that brings them economic benefits. But also potentially that China wants to have its way ensure its interests are protected at the expense of the interests of other countries in the region. And so what Beijing does against Taiwan? How it deals with its differences may say something about how China might deal with some of its differences with southeast Asian countries that have disputes over the South China Sea, or maybe even with Japan over the East China Sea that. Is bunny Glaser director of the China Power project at the center for strategic and international studies. Thanks so much for joining us. Thanks for having me and this note, Broadway musical legend. Carol Channing is gone hard to believe she seemed infinite she was ninety seven and we fully expected to see her mouth the stage again as she had for years to reprise her Tony winning role as Dolly Levi in nineteen sixty four's. Hello, don. Are you will? Louis. It's so nice to be back home. Carol Channing was born in Seattle in nineteen twenty one in nineteen forty nine. She got her first big break on Broadway. As Laura Lee in gentlemen, prefer blondes owning diamonds are girl's best friend. As girls grow own. And he. Charms in the. Square hot or pear shape. Fees rocks. Don't lose their shape our girl. This. In nineteen ninety five Carol Channing recalled getting that part from playwright, Anita loos. She should Laura Liley can be played by two ways. One by the prettiest cuties littlest girl in town, or by comedian's comedy comment on the produce. Cutest little as girl in town. And that's how I got it got the part, and I'll forever be grateful to her. She's my spiritual mother. Carol Channing also appeared in films. She played Muzzy van Hoss. Mayor in thoroughly modern Millie in nineteen sixty seven thing two days, then they Maden check your personality everything to day makes yesterday slow bed. If as reality. It's insanity says vanity. In fact, eat stylish to raise your skirts in Bob, your, hey. Stars are tweeting out there applause. Bernadette Peters says Channing was show business and love personified. George decay calls her one of Broadway's greatest lights. Sandra Bernhardt says she changed my DNA Lin Manuel. Miranda tweeted the lyrics to before the parade passes by I'm gonna raise the roof. I'm going to carry on others. Just simply say goodbye. Dolly again, Carol Channing died early this morning at her home in California. She was ninety seven. I gotta carry on give me no Shum phone if John before the phone. Have. You're listening to here. Now. Patchy..
"anita loos" Discussed on Here & Now
"And how does the rest of the region feel about this? You're just back from a trip to Singapore is the tension between China and Taiwan playing out in other countries in the region. Well, people in the region are certainly concerned about the possibility of trying to using economic coercion against its neighbors. Taiwan being just one of them. We've seen Chinese economic coercion against countries like South Korea for deploying a missile defense system or the Philippines for taking a case in the South China Sea against China. So they they're worried about that. They are worried about any potential use of of military force. Yeah. The people of the region see that China is rising in a way that brings them economic benefits. But also potentially that China wants to have its way insure its interests are protected at the expense of the interests of other countries in the region. And so what Beijing does against Taiwan? How it deals with its differences may say something about how China might deal with some of its differences with southeast Asian countries that have disputes over the South China Sea, or maybe even with Japan over the East China Sea that. Is bunny Glaser director of the China Power project at the center for strategic and international studies. Thanks so much for joining us. Thanks for having me and this note, Broadway musical legend. Carol Channing is gone hard to believe she seemed infinite she was ninety seven and we fully expected to see her mouth the stage again as she had for years to reprise her Tony winning role as Dolly Levi in nineteen sixty four's. Hello, don. Are you will? Louis. It's so nice to be back home. Carol Channing was born in Seattle in nineteen twenty one in nineteen forty nine. She got her first big break on Broadway. As Laura Lee in gentlemen, prefer blondes owning diamonds are girl's best friend. As girls grow own. And he. Charms in the. Square hot or pear shape. Fees rocks. Don't lose their shape our girl. In nineteen ninety-five Carol Channing recalled getting that part from playwright, Anita loos. She should Laura Liley can be played by two ways. One by the prettiest cuties littlest girl in town, or by comedian's comedy comment on the produce cute as little as girl in town. And that's how I got it got the part, and I'll forever be grateful to her. She's my spiritual mother. Carol Channing also appeared in films. She played Muzzy van Hoss. Mayor in thoroughly modern Millie in nineteen sixty seven two days, then they Maden check your personality everything to day makes yesterday slow bed. If as reality. It's insanity says vanity. In fact, eat stylish to raise your skirts in Bob, your, hey. Stars are tweeting out there applause. Bernadette Peters says Channing was show business and love personified. George decay calls her one of Broadway's greatest lights. Sandra Bernhardt says she changed my DNA Lin Manuel. Miranda tweeted the lyrics to before the parade passes by I'm gonna raise the roof. I'm going to carry on others. Just simply say goodbye. Dolly again, Carol Channing died early this morning at her home in California. She was ninety seven. I gotta carry on give me go shopping bone. If John before the phone. Patchy. Patchy..
"anita loos" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Or something like that. Probably not really though, what are some? And we can always send some mortgage. One of them is Anita loos, some some LB's and easily to lose some pounds. Man. I'll tell you what marriage of gained about twenty solid pounds since we were married about four years ago now, and I gotta get this off. So this is a big year. I turn forty this year, and I need to get this weight off. So what I'm going to do? Try to help is back to my running. Marathons and things before. Yes, I took twenty off because in two thousand seventeen I did the Marine Corps marathon, but I'm going to run two half marathons in two thousand nine hundred and I'll declare that right now to the DC metro area. Yeah. Big deal. I mean, a lot of us are thinking about making a few changes in the new year. And we even asked a few listeners their resolutions for two thousand nineteen are spend more time with my kids and grandkids saving money. I want to play more tennis. So I can get in better shape this year. And I wanna save more. Oh, gosh. I would love to retire with full benefits. My New Year's resolution is to rebuild our savings. We just remodeled our house. So now, we need to focus on saving lots of money. That's a pretty common one there in what you mentioned to a, you know, losing a couple pounds getting healthier. That's always very common to. So let's talk about some financial resolutions. I'm Shelley you're on task with that. But what about clients people that call in from the radio show and come to your dinner events are any of them mentioning any financial resolutions. Absolutely. You know, it's it's interesting whenever we have a certain amount of time to get things done. How if we're pushed up against? Headline you know, how much faster people work to meet that deadline? And so what we see is towards the end of the year, our educational events and our phone and our office is so full and so busy the phones are ringing off the hook our educational events packed same with the start of the year because people are trying to wrap things up in a good way financially at the end of the year and start the year off with a bang financially getting their financial house in order and making sure their retirement income plans are set up. So if you have a plan, if you have a retirement income plan set up you want to come in and review it for those that don't have those setup they wanna come in at the beginning of the year and do so and it reminds me of a lady who just called in. She lives in Waterford Virginia. And she's actually not a regular WBAL listener, I believe in divine intervention, and I think this been the case, perhaps we'll see, but she never listens to the station, and she just happened to have it on. And she's also not one of those people that will call in to a show, but she went as far to do that. She called into our show the other day because she felt led to I guess, and she was like, you know, what you guys were saying she has a financial adviser a retirement planner. And she was like, you know, what you guys are saying just make sense, and I felt led to call you. And she also said her husband is pretty slow to address financial things things in general. So she wants to be the leader here. Get them in for an appointment to have a complimentary second opinion. Yep. Great. You know? So I guess what you're saying. Here is it's a good excuse to get that second opinion starting the absolutely there's there's taxes we have coming up, you know, tax planning we can do and for those people that are just about to turn seventy or just over seventy years old are MD's do perhaps for the first time for those people that are just turning sixty two or reaching retirement age social security is right around the corner. And so all these types of things we helped we help our clients with if you would like to know where you stand now at the beginning of two thousand and nineteen and where you will be standing in the future of your retirement, get that second opinion that where do I.
"anita loos" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Every single month or something like that. Probably not probably not really though, what are some. And we can always send some mortgage. One of them is Anita loos, some some LB's to lose some pounds. Yeah. Man. I'll tell you what marriage of gained about twenty solid pounds since we were married about four years ago now, and I gotta get this off. So this is a big year. I turned forty this year, and I need to get this weight off. And so what I'm gonna do to try to help is get back to my running. Done marathons and things before. Yes. I took two thousand eighteen off because in two thousand seventeen I did the Marine Corps marathon, but I'm gonna run two half marathons in two thousand nine hundred and I'll declare that right now to the DC metro. Yeah. That's a big deal. I mean, a lot of us are thinking about making a few changes in the new year. And we've been asked listeners what their resolutions for two thousand nineteen are spend more time with my kids and grandkids saving money. I want to play more tennis. So I can get in better shape this year. And I wanna save more. Oh, gosh. I would love to retire with full benefits. My New Year's resolution is to rebuild our savings. We just remodeled our house. So now, we need to focus on saving lots of money. Yeah. That's a pretty common. One there in what you mentioned to a losing a couple of pounds getting healthier. That's always very common to. So let's talk about some financial resolutions. I'm sure you and shell you're on task with that. But what about clients people that call in from the radio show and come to your dinner events are any of them mentioning any financial resolutions. Absolutely. You know, it's interesting whenever we have a certain amount of time to get things done. How if we're pushed up against? A deadline. Much faster people work to meet that deadline. So what we see is towards the end of the year, our educational events and our phone and our office is so full and so busy the phones are ringing off the hook our educational events are packed same with the start of the year because people are trying to wrap things up in a good way financially at the end of the year and start the year off with a bang financially getting their financial house in order and making sure their retirement income plans are set up. So if you have a plan if you have a retirement income plan set up wanna come in and review it for those that don't have those setup they wanna come in at the beginning of the year and do so and it reminds me of a lady who just called in. She lives in Waterford Virginia. And she's actually not a regular WMA listener, I believe in divine intervention, and I think this may have been the case, perhaps we'll see, but she never listens to the station, and she just happened to have it on. And she's also not one of those people that will call in to a show, but she went as far to do that. And she called into. To our show the other day because she felt led to I guess, and she was like, you know, what you guys were saying she has a financial adviser a retirement planner. And she was like, you know, what you guys are saying just make sense, and I felt led to call you. And she also said her husband is pretty slow to address financial things and things in general. So she wants to be the leader here and get them in for an appointment to have a complimentary second opinion. Yep. Great. You know? So I guess what you're saying. Here is is a good excuse to get that second opinion starting the absolutely there's there's taxes we have coming up, you know, tax planning we can do for those people that are just about to turn seventy or just over seventy years old are MD's or do perhaps for the first time for those people that are just turning sixty two or reaching retirement age social security is right around the corner. And so all these types of things we helped we help our clients with if you would like to know where you stand now at the beginning of two thousand and nineteen and where you will be standing in the future of your retirement, get that second opinion that where do I.
"anita loos" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"Reflects her ethnic and cultural background when that can help her understand what it means to be Chinese and Chinese American and should a birth mother be disqualified from parenthood because she gave her up in what was possibly the best decision for the baby at the time. I, I read it very quickly and I haven't been able to stop thinking about it since I highly recommend it. And I'm so excited for Celeste to be on our podcast next month. And if you're in Miami, please come to our show. It's part of the Miami book festival, my God, I'm like in tears. Okay. My recommendation. I read this book like every two weeks is your art will save your life by Beth Pickens. It came out from feminist press in April, and it's all about just trying to create and stay grounded in this era of ridiculousness that we're living in and it what's beautiful about it. It's both practical like how to wake up and still tend to your creative projects. You're writing. And it's also just very clear about. How in the times that we live in like this is not the time to abandon the things that really feed and nourish nourish us in. So you know, this book is short. It's really clear just in the spirit of full disclosure and actually mentioned in it, but that's why I'm recommending it. It's really about, you know, the ways that I think after the election for me in a lot of members of my community, how we just felt like, okay, this is the moment we stay in bed, never get out. And it's a reminder of the thing that I think we were talking about at the top of the the podcast like that would be show up that is a small victory that we have to save her and we have to share in our communities. So your art will save your life will do exactly that. Well, that sounds really good. Yeah, it does. And I'll sing copies. I will love to Ray. Okay. I need that. So I guess I have. I have three and and one is very generic and I'll just keep it brief because it's very popular in many of you probably already know it. But one of my favorite shows about masculinity is peepshow the UK comedy, starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb, and it's been an oddly nourishing text to return to during these times in part because it doesn't operate on ambient contempt for women while going pretty deep into like the foibles of masculine concerns. So anyway, I love it. I think it's hilarious, and I really enjoyed that in its it has been a little bit of a refuge. I have also been just out of curiosity, revisiting. Some of these memoirs from women who have lived in Hollywood before any of this happened. And so one is Carrie Fisher's chocoholic which is a memoir about, it's it's such an interesting formal experiment because it's literally about her receiving shock therapy and losing her memory as a result of it. So she's writing the memoir kind of in real time knowing that parts of her memory are going to be raced in the process. But among other things, it details this really striking dinner that she had with with Ted Kennedy and Chris Dodd, where they were just. Absolute monsters to her. And it's an big extended scene and there. There's a nice couple of present at the dinner to, and it's one of the most vivid articulations of how standard this was of how she recalls it of how she behaved in the moment. It actually has a moment when she starts directly addressing her own vagina at the table. It's incredible, and it's a useful little time capsule I thinking about what women had to put up with just to kind of exist in that world and how you know Carrie Fisher for one responded on the other one is Anita. Loos kiss Hollywood, goodbye, which is a memoir. I think it was published in the seventies maybe nineteen seventy four, but she was a screenwriter who wrote just hundreds of of movies, including gentlemen, prefer blondes, and she is so funny and so odd, and it is in large part about her relationship with her much older husband who was kind of a failed to. Actor, it's very star is ish in a certain way. He's resentful of her success economically dependent on her cheats on her. It's a harrowing story and a lot of ways, but her approach to it is a just fun to read and be..
"anita loos" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Toolbox is available now wherever books are sold. Saudi Arabian stocks and Brent trading with the strongest link in fifteen months, the rising oil price could boost economic growth for the world's biggest export join us tonight to talk through the issues. Marie Salem, director of FFA Privatbank Marie. We squabbled this morning about who could use this chart, but I got there first. So I'm gonna get it up there. Not TV library, raise you. This is the relationship between Saudi and oil were bid higher important is this to us an equity manage when you look at this. Do you look at this correlation coefficient make this chart sing Murray? We definitely look at the charts. But to us it's not just related to all the prices. So we need to link the chart some other charts till get the clear idea of how things are heading there. We definitely want oil prices to go as high as possible. But would that be healthy for the whole Marquette's that through means a question, we would prefer to have some sort of stability around these levels before we kick off just to avoid any sort of drastic drop in the prices similar to those who witness in the past years. Are you look at what's been happening with the Dowell and returns, you know, compared to some of its peers in emerging markets have been well they've been all right? I guess it's been average. But the real standout has been with some of the particular names in large cap and some of the financial stand out there as well, including a rachi Bank would returns of thirty seven point four percent. So far this year. What are you telling clients in terms of getting exposure to the Sony market, given the anxiety? We're seeing any now we cannot just blame the whole market for a whole the whole socks in the markets for the market as a whole now if we look at at index the volume have declined since last year if you compare. Quarter-on-quarter, but still we do see certain stock certain sectors that are doing very well. And we do the commencement Aric lines. It's not like we're staying away from the Saudi market. And specifically at this stage in time, I believe NASDAQ is recently going to be launching the futures. Futures certain stocks in the Saudi market, and this will actually give more benefit to the investors where they can actually go along with ever they would like on low margins. Get more exposure on the Saudi markets from a different perspective. So we're not just staying away from Saudi markets where just being selective with the sucks that who pick and that is one of those definitely because we're expecting very good earnings for them for the fourth quarter coming you have a little bit of wariness Iran Qatar. Of course, we sent the crew to Connor we have that we had that engine view two billion dollars apparently is line run by someone to help them become the financial center, but the banks there I the moment in terms of them versus the rest of the now, let me tell you one thing we've been extremely bullish on the banking sector across the EJ. And we still are but included in particular, you have M B and C B. They are the two major banks over there, and they both have huge exposures to the Turkish leader. So we do not expect them to be booking losses or anything. In this quarter. But who would see some sort of weaknesses due to the depreciation in the Turkish theater that witnessed so where should investors be getting exposure in the Gulf? I mean, you talked a little about Qatar just know you talked about the lenders theme the extend to you as well. Performing significantly so far this year. It's not just underperforming. We believe is undervalued as what? And we do see a lot of potential in the local markets in the we do have some calls on some dealers states. Companies are mod is a very cheap these stages. The banks are still doing very well. We do have some mergers coming up in the future, and these are very interesting to look up because when we look at ABC NBC, which has which are the two banks that recently gone to the emerging. Hopefully, we would come up with a very interesting structure across the region, not just locally. And now we had our Bloomberg with Mohammed bin Salman last week and a raise many many issues about the IPO. And that's why I want to bring it back to the IPO because that's about the of money we've touched on it several times when you've been in. What did you make of his confirmation at twenty twenty beginning in twenty twenty one? I think the timeline makes a lot of sense. If you read the story done by Riyadh an ally. And Stephanie the timeline really does make a lot of sense. But is it too tight time line for the flow of money? Not now twenty twenty one it's a long period if want to look for investors looking to invest for the short term, but with Adam if we look at it, they even announced the contract of nine billion dollars with Tatan recently. So it's not just like they're not doing. Well, this is why they do not want to actually go public. But they just taking the time the scheduling things across the pipeline to put in the right time to with the lifting. Marie always a pleasure. Thank you very much for your insights. That Marie Salem. She's a director and if a private Bank to buy all, right? Let's stay with the region and talk about shares in Saudi consumer electronics Taylor United electronics. They rose almost two percent yesterday after earnings beat estimates, however adjusted net income was down almost twelve percent year on year for the company also. Ona's extra DC over. How says the next quarter will be good? But different to last year to find out. Just how different he joins us now live from Maria. Welcome back to the program. I want to get a bit of a sense of where you're seeing Saudi consumers at the moment in terms of their spending habits and more importantly, what that means for what's possible in terms of growth in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. Actually. The more. We do that. We are blessed and present them on trails. The whole market is down by seventeen percent. We believe that this is. Because kim. My time. The. Lifting. The subsidy. Leaving the country until there is a lot of activities. Wouldn't come together? Next section of the year. Percents. We've from let's say. Indication. The market up and. Double digit growth on its own until we hoping that. Specifically, the first half will be stolen. Good morning. It's Mattis what is that going to mean for margins? If you're calling the bottom of what's been a tough time. What does that mean for margin? But would you define it as expansion single digit expansion give them some guidance? The company that we do. Digit growth for the year. Actually, the monitoring of the industry you make money from product this year. Anita loos next Peter so on how to with the product mix. Understood would you do productivity services, and we do consumer finance. Also. So we are still bullish monitor. Overbid? Civilization and improving for the.
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"That. It's then start to make sense. Why? Where at the place where at today, a women because we, we've never tracked that her story and for younger readers especially seems silly, but it's important that they understand where we've come from and where we still have to get to to shift the balance and even things out that that women are still at a very deplorable percentage within the entertainment industry today. And yet when you go back to the very beginning. They were out of sixty to seventy percent with Al. Keep who say Lois Weber Dorothy, ours are Mary Pickford, Mary Francis, Anita loos many of women of violent film which women who established the narrative storytelling, tenant, that we still use today. Women who has damaged visual referencing as filmmakers was very with the wild west, but women were right there and yet for some reason, they're written out of the history book. So this is a way to balance that. I love all of that context because it makes the story seem a little less quaint in a little more weighty, which I really like about it. And one of the other things that I've really enjoyed is there's a section at the beginning of your book where you feature a bunch of different women that all influenced Walt Disney's life in various ways, and there's some really good stories there. Do you have a favorite among those early influencers? Well, I was intrigued and I certainly knew about his grand. Mother and and how she owned, whose grandmother hasn't had influenced for those of us who have been blessed with grandmother's. She really instilled this love of story and narrative and imagination. And for me, it's certainly has been early relatives and educators. And when I think back on the influences that they've had on me as a writer and they'll maker storyteller and educator, they really there have been people in early stages of my life and career. And I think as hopefully listeners are thinking back to people who help that influence on them, and it's an important part of what builds the tapestry of who we are and what we bring forward in our own experiences. Some for me, it was really fascinating to go back and get an understanding of where these seeds were planted in people like Walt. Disney and their impact on how they shaped who they were, the person, and then ultimately their career and their impact on our life. And when you get to like, daisy bec, his his teacher, I love the fact that she made education against two. That's an important part of what I utilize when I'm teaching rather than a half to. So when I think back to the influences that certain educators and relatives and friends and colleagues have had on my life and career, and I'm sure listeners can do the same. There were certain people who stood out and we hold in a special place and I found it fascinating like aletha Reynolds. But when wall establishing his very tiny laugh grams to do, you know it was a strong statement that there was a woman in there as well, and that it wasn't this all male world. And when I in. Looking at this industry through a woman's lens looking for the women. They were there rather than this sort of unconscious bias where we just assume women were not there. We don't even look for that. So that's what's been challenging to get people to sort of wake up. I realize that the very fact that procreation commands that we have women on him throughout our society. Right? Of course, women are there. The numbers may not be as strong, but it's important that we look for them. So I've been doing a lot of speaking to researchers and students studying history and research to actively search actively look for the women in the room because they were there in some capacity and and contributing in some manner. The other thing too is that we don't. Aren't. They said, there's this sort of natural default where we, we just automatically default to the mail. And I think by shifting being more conscious about it and actively seeking out, it's a little more challenging to find women because of name changes and multiple marriages. Or oftentimes they make go by nickname more so than men. It does make it a little more challenging, but not impossible. I really like that many mentioned that women can be harder to track than men in the historical record even in the last century just because of things like marriages and name changes that maybe aren't always super well-documented, but then they are a leader a little bit harder to find coming up. This interview turns to talk of studio romances and I, we're gonna have a quick sponsor break. There is so much noise out there these days, right? The new cycle is just off the rails, and sometimes the best escape is just putting on some music music taps into our emotions and inspires us. 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