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"anka" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:42 min | 6 d ago

"anka" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Go away. i'm talking to paul anka. Have i mentioned that trip. Put your hand on my show folks. Dr paul anka have. I mentioned that i have. It's so much fun. Paul anka god bless you just a joy to talk to you about your extraordinary career and now of course you just seem so young. So i'm imagining that. You've got lots of ideas and things popping in your head. The new thing is this album ted. Tell us about the new album when covert hit us all. Unfortunately our lives changed obviously and was at home. You know. get closer to my family if that was possible. But what am i gonna do with myself. I sat garnished i writing. It's what i do grassley. I write and i started writing a different way. Because you know. When i was a kid i had to write a live rock and roll henry our turn out albums all year but i've had the luxury of sitting back writing when i want now all of a sudden that's all i could do. Stay home and right. So i started writing and finished about you know thirty songs and i realized i had an album beer and i started just writing eclectic collectively observation. Socially relationships love strongest emotion. And i said wow you know a done something here. I haven't done a long time. So i just made a big effort to get it out. A made a very quick deal with company related to primary wave and it was just cathartic and it was rewarding and is not a duets album. You know you. Graciously mentioned my friends. brutally had no. I spent a couple of summers ago. It's been we've always wanted to do this. michael boulay. You worked with his first album. I've been friends with longtime we had dinner. I said look. Gotta do my way. And i don't want to do it alone. I'm sick it here. Myself daughter reflect minutes. I said come on board and they said yeah one then ticked off. I've got a whole new fanbase. Understanding i do. I like take talk the one day. A bunch of kids show up at my door. Fifteen sixteen year olds because my son is sixteen starting in jemma shoulder. I don't know. I don't know why my house and they said dick dick dog. I'm gonna diktat not talk your anyway. I jumped on it. I look dick talk like we all have and to this day i would tell you it's here to stay And i get it now. You've got put you on my shoulder that i wrote seventeen eighteen and these kids have discovered it and they're doing everything with the silhouette they're singing. Gojra cat has a hit. And i don't believe it. But i'm taking it and i got kids coming in grocery stores. They started showing up with my show before the nineteen and a while. I gotta do perjure my shoulder. I don't wanna sing that for myself. Not to so now one thing to another in through a friend. Olivia to john was available. And i called her up a gracious woman a great artist and a courageous person. And we talk. And i've known her through the years fade out fade in this woman with everything she's dealing with goes into studio Mice shoulder and it's one of the tracks and what goes to number one in amazon so that was a big hit. I get l. devoted do destiny with me. The rest are just all new songs. And it's out there. It's doing very well so now. We're going to put out a christmas album. Valentine's album based on that and away you go you know you sit back and be grateful is my number one occupation through the years with covert number one. Just staying healthy. Just stay healthy. That's all it was about for me. You know i had worked two years with this. You lose a lot of money so what he keep your health together you know and play with the house money you want. Listen you always look healthy principally because you've got that amazing tan. What part of the world you live in are you in la someplace. I mean california. i'm outside beverly hills by choice Live out kind of in the mountains in a cool area. Which i like and yeah. I played tennis. Still play desert my son. I'm always outside. Cary grant years ago was an idol and a friend who was a cool guy and i loved the way dress and i love the way the ratpac dress. So i've always been a dresser. Get my clothes mater barras in your diet And he's my boy he said. Don't wear that mega-bombs stage. He's gotta tan. You go on and dean martin. And i a couple of others. We were in the sun twenty minutes. Whatever it was we always had the tan and no makeup always and that's the way along with everything else. I eat a certain way. Have a lifestyle and i keep tan. I i love it i remember. Actually i've gotten to know pat boone. And he was telling me a story of being on one of the lots. I don't know which one it was paramount and and being next to cary grant and how cary grant will sit out and get a tan. When he had time you know when he wasn't Needed on the set or something like that and it is all is almost funny to think about it because who doesn't look good with a tan. Some irish people. Let's be honest but you look amazing with tan. Trump always has like three tan. I don't know where he gets his hands from but it is so funny. And of course pat. Boone always is glowing within. I think living in the beverly hills area helps though. Let's be honest. Well california helps playing the look playing to hear vegas vegas forget about it. You get you get it in about thirty minutes..

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"anka" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | 6 d ago

"anka" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Renewed for a couple of years. A jimmy music. i want a new theme. Is it schumer you know so. I had this malady. I've always got something hanging around. He said it. Just for about fifteen twenty seconds so i went in the studio and put my vision down bada center do because i love it cosby back. Two days later said Call we can't use it is a guy had spend with the show sketch anderson and he doesn't want some kid taken over forever writing this all. We can't use it. G. jon stewart. Is it by the way john if you want. I'll give you half of the rating loyalties. I'll give you half the publishing. We'll split the song together. Fatal faded nick. day called. said you got it. it's unbelievable. I met sketch henderson. Not too many years ago new york. What a legend. The idea that i mean. It's just so funny people who aren't in the business when you start seeing how these things work and why this was done. But i mean it's just an amazing thing. Nobody dreamt he'd be doing this for thirty years. He kept doing it I assume you've got to know him better over the years. Yes i did look. Nobody did it better than johnny. Obviously also very well He was very smart guy. Very smart guy wasn't socialist. One would think very careful when he went out who he hung out with but he was good song debris will for both of us when we come back. Can we talk about your new album. Is that gonna be okay. Oh absolutely no rob. We're what's up as long as you want. Okay so folks. hey. I'm talking to paul anka. I don't see any reason to stop because it's fun. It's informative when we come back. We're going to talk about the album. Hard to believe you've hit eighty but you said hey. Let's make an album. It's called making memories. All new connection of reimagined classics with a lot of names That we would recognize olivia. Newton john michael boob way andrea bocelli. A lot of great stuff folks. don't.

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"anka" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:15 min | 6 d ago

"anka" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Use it. It works sports fans. I don't know about you. But i'm talking to paul anka so if you don't mind i'd like to continue paul anka. It's so great to see you. I wanna ask you. You're sitting in front of a zillion gold records Where they happen to be your gold records for the most part of my keble michael jackson elvis presley other artists have been involved with most part a lot of those that are from nineteen fifty seven on. Now you worked with the folks. You you've mentioned. I mean i should mention this upfront. If i were better my job recently you've worked with drake the weekend Michael boob lay andrea bocelli. Olivia newton john. We were talking about your time with sinatra. How did it end up that you were working with what we today. Call the ratpac. No greater fan of dean martin than yours. Truly amazing that you knew these men. Well we have to go back to the beginnings you know the record business and the business that i was in was primarily run by the boys the boys mafia whatever and that was cool. There are great work for we knew what a position was but they ran everything they own the clubs the only record companies etcetera so when i started beginning success for young I realized who was working for. I realized you know how i was to be myself and i started working to copacabana. Which was the testing ground in new york city. I was successful. And i got the word that now that new york went very well. We're sending out to vegas to the boys and you're gonna work in vegas. So what year are we talking about. Big apartment what year we talking about. Fifty eight nine hundred fifty. Started sophie tucker. Which was i guess. My audition did well with her. And then it evolved into the sixties started working sands right from their youngest kid. Never worked there and here. I was with all these guys. Were my idols realizing that. Bobby darin frankie avalon still these kid idols. But we knew this at the end and we realized that we had to evolve survive into something else thus we had these guys that we looked up dean martin sammy and break so i like to sand started working and guys mentored me. They took me in. Because that's making money for them indirectly directly. The boys ran the place and we became very very close and all my early life from then on was working the copa working in vegas. I did a lot of international travel but every time we went to vegas because it was vegas it was the only place we weren't ready for beatles. We were ready for hendrix. We were ready nor did we know so. I go to england where i spent a lot of time. I go to paris. And i went to see a friend of mine olympia theater and i was embraced the whole french culture at a very very very early age and i went to see my friend at the olympia and the announcer at mazing theater called the olympia. See ladies and gentlemen please does. And he's four kids came on and it was like your date did not be so. Watch these four kids and they're doing covers of jug berry the dollar and i am fascinated as a kid in musician seeing what i've never seen before so i go backstage. Take a lotta pictures etcetera. And i said you guys are amazing. Now we need to realize we were not no media driven society back then. We knew nothing that was happening over there. You know. I mean it would be if cnn or whomever were around in the forties. Hitler never gets out of germany when it wasn't that case right metaphorically so no one knew the beatles over here. I come back to my agents in new york normalize bernstein. I said guys. I just saw these guys. Beatles of the beatles nobody wanted to know any loss to short my agent flies over in sixty three sixty four meets with the manager. They were the ones that brought the beatles over. I mentioning this. Because that's when the industry change. Madison avenue opened up and now started to embrace pop music and the culture where they didn't before so now. I've got vegas going for me. The beatles of opened up and still writing which was my gravitas. And which i wanted to do. Because i felt it would have been over because a lot of my friends were the business after back with division vision. So i'm writing. You know tonight you the longest day a writing for buddy holly and connie francis and i think that was my savior to get to the next level but in the middle of that is vegas. And then you've got this growing music industry evolving under the british invasion then you've got hendrix goes from there. Why it's so crazy. When you think of the clash of of these cultures i mean when you think of sinatra the rat pack in that kind of music and then suddenly you have the sixties. It's it's it's a strange thing to think about it Because they sort of. Don't go together and i know that Sinatra tried a couple of times to go in that direction doesn't seem to have gone well for him it just looks. It doesn't look like it's him. It looks like he's trying to be somebody else but sort of go back to this moment you write my way for him now. This is a real writer. You're a real writer because you're able to put yourself in the mindset of someone else's voice. How do they phrase how do they. What do they use. And you wrote my way and it was. It was a ballad that you had bumped into. I don't remember how you came across this. Yeah i was vacationing every year. Lucia in france. I'm listening to the radio when you're a musician you hear certain things you hear differently What back to paris. Where i was living and i went to some friends of mine. Who owned it. I said this song. What caught francois. While you guys can have is. We're buying the pyramids. But i heard it differently and stuck in in the pocket and i sat with it for about six months after we got home from asia and only when sinatra inspire. Me you know in. He was leaving. Did i put it all together. When i rock swings which was older by for me. I heard it differently and they put on piano. And you're absolutely correct. You know. I had the framework from a french melody. Well it's just it's just an amazing thing because the art involved in that You said you wrote for connie francis you tell us about the tonight show theme because many of us is the wallpaper of our lives. We cannot imagine a world without the tonight show theme johnny carson. How did that happen. What was the professional relationship in any event that leads you to the possibility of writing something like that. And what year was that interesting early sixties. I'm doing a tv special granada tv. And i realized that the production pre-production we know comic value. No comedian about it. And i said to the guys we need we need and they started sending me a lot of film so i get to about twelve film and i see. This guy was drinking all night and blitzed to morning. He's gotta get up at eight. He's got a kiddy show. He's gotta go. Take care of these kids on So it johnny and he walks in and he has to deal with all of the sport five sexual screaming and is that of course is ear and it was a very funny bit. I said that guy. Johnny flies over england. He's on the show. I get to know a little bit. Giant was not the guy you get to know fast. We go back to new york. I run into two months later. A johnny doing fine. What's up. I'm to do this show..

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Paul Anka Recalls His Time Working With the Rat Pack

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:24 min | 6 d ago

Paul Anka Recalls His Time Working With the Rat Pack

"Paul anka. It's so great to see you. I wanna ask you. You're sitting in front of a zillion gold records Where they happen to be your gold records for the most part of my keble michael jackson elvis presley other artists have been involved with most part a lot of those that are from nineteen fifty seven on. Now you worked with the folks. You you've mentioned. I mean i should mention this upfront. If i were better my job recently you've worked with drake the weekend Michael boob lay andrea bocelli. Olivia newton john. We were talking about your time with sinatra. How did it end up that you were working with what we today. Call the ratpac. No greater fan of dean martin than yours. Truly amazing that you knew these men. Well we have to go back to the beginnings you know the record business and the business that i was in was primarily run by the boys the boys mafia whatever and that was cool. There are great work for we knew what a position was but they ran everything they own the clubs the only record companies etcetera so when i started beginning success for young I realized who was working for. I realized you know how i was to be myself and i started working to copacabana. Which was the testing ground in new york city. I was successful. And i got the word that now that new york went very well. We're sending out to vegas to the boys and you're gonna work in vegas. So what year are we talking about. Big apartment what year we talking about. Fifty eight nine hundred fifty. Started sophie tucker. Which was i guess. My audition did well with her. And then it evolved into the sixties started working sands right from their youngest kid. Never worked there and here. I was with all these guys. Were my idols realizing that. Bobby darin frankie avalon still these kid idols. But we knew this at the end and we realized that we had to evolve survive into something else thus we had these guys that we looked up dean martin sammy and break so i like to sand started working and guys mentored me. They took me in. Because that's making money for them indirectly directly. The boys ran the place and we became very very

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"anka" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:24 min | 6 d ago

"anka" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Your host. Eric metaxas folks. I tried to get a big star. And i couldn't get a big star. And then they said no. No no eric. We got paul anka. I said well. Come on. Not be paul anka. They said no. No no really the paul. Anka i said i don't believe it. I'll believe it when i see him. And here's the thing i see him. Now welcome paul. Anka illo there. Eric it is. I how are you it is i see. I'm an english major. And i say it's me and that's wrong. It's so good to see you. Thank you for coming on here. I wanna talk to you about everything. Where do we start. First of all embarrassed you wearing a sweatshirt. i'm embarrassed. I'm not wearing a sweatshirt. What is wrong with me what you shouldn't be. I wasn't as big pretty much dressed like you. What i'm away from my home. I got it all down sharply shirt the guests. The tights either terminal. Or you know what. Let's see this one. Is there actually harrods. Men's shop so it's not really a fancy it's harrods you know from england but i listen. I don't know where to begin with you because you've had such an amazing career for people. Now there are a lot of young folks who might not be familiar with you. And i thought boy. They're in for it here. But where do we start first of all. You were huge teen idol. That was a little bit before my time. A gigantic teen idol. How did that happen for you. You're from canada born canada raising canada. I was in school on to be a journalist when father would be a lawyer. Put me in an english class. A class with forty girls to learn how to type in shorthand hated the shorthand got thrown shorthand which was fine. Took up music that i started writing. I want some awards for my couple of my essays that i wrote but while taking music i became a big fan of music back then and it devolved into me just starting to write at a young age Kind of had a crush on a girl. Zoldin i was. You know back in the fifties indigenous to lat time. If you're older shorter fatter you really didn't get the score. So i wrote this song. I'm still young are so old. I sang it at parties. And i said now what do i do with it. Well all have to realize pop music was in its infancy stage back then thus i I'm going to new york. Because that's where the action is. So i read a newspaper. Said collect soup rappers. You go to new york. So i got a job with i. J food stores. I collected soup rappers. Campbell soup one trip with forty boys and went down. Got the vibe in new york. What baco blogs of money on easter vacation The following year. And i went down when it went off scot. Abc paramount records dot cost. Was the in. Our director looked at me at my little t shirt on jeans. Pulled out my song started. Singing said Was your parents as back with candidate. Is you better get him down here. Because we want to sign you up in believable. I love these stories. You as they say you can't make it up it's first of all. Don't you find it amazing looking back now. You're you just turned eighty. You'll look back and you think who was that young guy with that ambition. Who somehow knew he wants to do this. And he goes to all of these great lengths to get to new york to get in front of these people. How old were you when you met the producer. Don cost of fifteen years old. Fifteen fifty fifty. You say fifteen. That's it's it's a little bit amazing. Are you amazed now when you see fifteen year olds. I don't get the impression that they have to get open. Go you did different scenario. You know you have to realize. Today's works totally different with the technology. These parents pushing these kids out. Because of these talent shows They don't have they don't have to have the The kind of passion that those that started with me you know we were the small little culture people. We all got lucky with all had a gift. We were pioneers. You know today. it's real easy. Yes not easy to get the popularity but back then. I was very confident. is very focused which you had to be and i can still remember the vibe that i had when i left home What i was thinking how focused i was and then i realized what had happened for me that everybody around. It was sophisticated at all from the brothers. Buddy holly you name of chuck berry. We're just a bunch of kids. We have talent but we were not sophisticated most people. Aren't you know you start getting into some kind of journey where you're successful in your crawling along joined to deal with it but you know you don't have any wisdom to deal with it and ultimately hope that you do so that you can deal with it so back then Yeah we were just driving little teenagers. You know right and these teenage songs annoy talent and we had a choice yet. Choices screwed up or not to screw it up and i just decided to stay focused. Whatever came. I was ready for it. It's beautiful now again. They're people that. I don't even know where to begin in your career. I mean i know you from the seventies. As i was growing up you had a gigantic hit in the seventies. You say it. The title was.

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How Singer and Songwriter Paul Anka Became the Original Teen Idol

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:02 min | 6 d ago

How Singer and Songwriter Paul Anka Became the Original Teen Idol

"I don't know where to begin with you because you've had such an amazing career for people. Now there are a lot of young folks who might not be familiar with you. And i thought boy. They're in for it here. But where do we start first of all. You were huge teen idol. That was a little bit before my time. A gigantic teen idol. How did that happen for you. You're from canada born canada raising canada. I was in school on to be a journalist when father would be a lawyer. Put me in an english class. A class with forty girls to learn how to type in shorthand hated the shorthand got thrown shorthand which was fine. Took up music that i started writing. I want some awards for my couple of my essays that i wrote but while taking music i became a big fan of music back then and it devolved into me just starting to write at a young age Kind of had a crush on a girl. Zoldin i was. You know back in the fifties indigenous to lat time. If you're older shorter fatter you really didn't get the score. So i wrote this song. I'm still young are so old. I sang it at parties. And i said now what do i do with it. Well all have to realize pop music was in its infancy stage back then thus i I'm going to new york. Because that's where the action is. So i read a newspaper. Said collect soup rappers. You go to new york. So i got a job with i. J food stores. I collected soup rappers. Campbell soup one trip with forty boys and went down. Got the vibe in new york. What baco blogs of money on easter vacation The following year. And i went down when it went off scot. Abc paramount records dot cost. Was the in. Our director looked at me at my little t shirt on jeans. Pulled out my song started. Singing said Was your parents as back with candidate. Is you better get him down here. Because we want to sign you up in believable. I love these stories. You as they say you can't make it

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"anka" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | 6 d ago

"anka" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Old were you when you met the producer. Don cost of fifteen years old. Fifteen fifty fifty. You say fifteen. That's it's it's a little bit amazing. Are you amazed now when you see fifteen year olds. I don't get the impression that they have to get open. Go you did different scenario. You know you have to realize. Today's works totally different with the technology. These parents pushing these kids out. Because of these talent shows They don't have they don't have to have the The kind of passion that those that started with me you know we were the small little culture people. We all got lucky with all had a gift. We were pioneers. You know today. it's real easy. Yes not easy to get the popularity but back then. I was very confident. is very focused which you had to be and i can still remember the vibe that i had when i left home What i was thinking how focused i was and then i realized what had happened for me that everybody around. It was sophisticated at all from the brothers. Buddy holly you name of chuck berry. We're just a bunch of kids. We have talent but we were not sophisticated most people. Aren't you know you start getting into some kind of journey where you're successful in your crawling along joined to deal with it but you know you don't have any wisdom to deal with it and ultimately hope that you do so that you can deal with it so back then Yeah we were just driving little teenagers. You know right and these teenage songs annoy talent and we had a choice yet. Choices screwed up or not to screw it up and i just decided to stay focused. Whatever came. I was ready for

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How a Young Paul Anka Got His Start in the Music Industry

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:39 min | 6 d ago

How a Young Paul Anka Got His Start in the Music Industry

"Old were you when you met the producer. Don cost of fifteen years old. Fifteen fifty fifty. You say fifteen. That's it's it's a little bit amazing. Are you amazed now when you see fifteen year olds. I don't get the impression that they have to get open. Go you did different scenario. You know you have to realize. Today's works totally different with the technology. These parents pushing these kids out. Because of these talent shows They don't have they don't have to have the The kind of passion that those that started with me you know we were the small little culture people. We all got lucky with all had a gift. We were pioneers. You know today. it's real easy. Yes not easy to get the popularity but back then. I was very confident. is very focused which you had to be and i can still remember the vibe that i had when i left home What i was thinking how focused i was and then i realized what had happened for me that everybody around. It was sophisticated at all from the brothers. Buddy holly you name of chuck berry. We're just a bunch of kids. We have talent but we were not sophisticated most people. Aren't you know you start getting into some kind of journey where you're successful in your crawling along joined to deal with it but you know you don't have any wisdom to deal with it and ultimately hope that you do so that you can deal with it so back then Yeah we were just driving little teenagers. You know right and these teenage songs annoy talent and we had a choice yet. Choices screwed up or not to screw it up and i just decided to stay focused. Whatever came. I was ready for

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Pain-Free Meat, Is It Possible?

Science Friction

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Pain-Free Meat, Is It Possible?

"Bobby's on welcome to science fiction. Natasha mitchell here. With belinda smith on so hungry you and me both. it's smells so good. What's on the menu okay. So it'd be here on the lips. We have some lamb which i've marinated overnight in lemon garlic and rosemary now domain to be rude. But you know. I'm not going to eight that well. Luckily for you. I have accommodated your vegetarianism and on the rights. We have some halimi bed. Oh yeah loon me. I love live me but look miss meal that we're preparing on science fiction this way. It kinda presents a dilemma for you. It really does. I look at these shops. And i think yum but also i love animals and the photo of them being pine really. It's my heart. So i spoke to write your anka ni. Who's a professor at the university of adelaide who researches this kind of thing and i asked am i alive now so there's actually a name for it. It's not just about pain but even knowing that they had to be killed to become your meat right. And so it's known as the meat paradox. Something we've done some research on my colleague who's a psychologist also does research around what's the cognitive dissonance. In fact that many of us create to be able to be meat eaters and so in some part what we find is people either. Don't think about it when they're choosing to buy prepare consumed me or they they in some sense how themselves stories about the humane conditions under which the animals have been kept now here in australia. You know there are very high standards of animal welfare but there are still some puzzles around how we could make practices even more humane and pain is one of those areas. I think that presents a lot of opportunities for trying to do even better.

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How capitalism profits from an epidemic of loneliness

The Big Story

02:01 min | 6 months ago

How capitalism profits from an epidemic of loneliness

"This is the big story ryan. Bethune is a freelance journalist. Who dug into the loneliness epidemic for mclean. Hey brian was jordan. Why don't we start. Because i know we're going to probably talk about the pandemic In a few minutes. But why don't we start before the pandemic ever happened. Loneliness has been on the rise for quite some time. Yes right you can start at about eighteen hundred if he wanted. According some cultural historians it's connected to increasing individualism. Both sides of this is We live alone a lot because the world forces us to but also because We want out of our families away from since arias neighbors. We try to walk down the middle. Can we quantify In any way over the past few decades may be just recently. how it's been rising. Yes you can because people have been trying to track it since Since the eighties. And you'll find Answers to Social sciences surveys where people keep giving a fewer number a smaller number of people they can rely on and trust It's down to pretty much wide now as a lot of it is marriage. I my spouse. That's it and when that breaks up or if there is a doesn't exist at all there's more loneliness There's an anka's read survey and canada. V perhaps two years ago can't quite remember now in which you get large number of people who would be say there were lonely and isolated it and substantial numbers would say they're isolated but not lonely lonely but not isolate it. Those are the ones that really stick in your mind who are surrounded by people but yet feel apart. Those numbers have been increasing too. I was

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What Is Your Back Catalogue Worth?

You Are The Media

08:33 min | 8 months ago

What Is Your Back Catalogue Worth?

"What's asiapac. A low worth has an intrinsic value to you as well as the audience. You're creating for go back catalogue is when you create work. This not just focus on what's current but takes account of the longer term. It's content that pertains fairly because there's something universal and perennial about it in this way. Not only is it valuable to others. It also helps manual position in the marketplace. Currently there's a flurry of music. Artists alina back catalogs. The lives of bob dylan new young secure of done it even dolly parton thinking about pissing beat to be head so if you build an audience share content defines. Its home of your audience. Your back catalogue can also become something. That's desirable catholic. A work is your audience can always access. It's worth the grows and evolves alongside your audience. You can become a self replenishing goldman in times of new clients have improved that you'll someone who does the work and potential clients getting comfortable with your approach. A website that shares one or two articles every now and then feta video and if you four-page e books does not come across as high value however one of the back catalogue of regla audio writing and video content posted over a period of time suggests is a place of value to us on a u. at the media online in two thousand and twenty joe pelosi said to everyone but anyone michelle content if it went tomorrow. If not your content you have a problem a back cutler means you invite days that you share today but also track record that shows. You're someone who keeps and has kept on giving me never become irrelevant by choosing to rest for used in the past with touring on home to the ever-growing increase in streaming. We're seeing a trend for music. Artists selling the rights at back. Catalogues artists unrealized by a cashing. In on the value of songs they produce david as uk based rotea fund. Hypnosis is obtaining the rights to artists from blondie to mark ronson in the sky article musical journalist. David sinclair said. If you're talking with the idea if you're a rockstar. If you bob dylan you're thinking to yourself. This might be time. He's getting twenty using comp one year right that in a lump sum in sakir who sold the rights to one hundred. Thirty five songs to hypnosis. I'm humbled that songwriting. And given me the privilege of communicating with others being a part of something bigger than myself autism now handing over the word ridden and shed over the years for fake off certainly does not mean tied in this context. This story of selling bank catholics chimes with how we in the beats a bass bass produce work for an audience. It proves that when you work is relevant to others this more reason to keep going the blog articles you produced back in two thousand nine nineteen. Maybe didn't get many views when they were first published. But that doesn't mean the not value sitting within your overall bank of work similar to music artists. Your job is to keep plane so that you keep developing your audience when people find you they can then join the dots and get a more complete picture of y you share is relevant to them. Those articles that received little traffic into nineteen are important in the context of your overall efforts. A moment in time should not be your only anka booting up a back catalog of which shows in your work over time making it easier for people to make a decision on whether to buy or subscribe. Starting the a space that people can visit but also record of how you've developed in the music industry return longevity. What about you. How will you know wherever you're back catalogue is where something it won't be. The same. ballpark is bob. Dylan's three hundred million pounds. When he sold his six hundred songs universal music for how we find out. If what you share has worth you would. Immediate has been around every week apart from some short breaks since october. Two thousand thirteen almost eight years. Now here's why building a back. Catalog of content provides vani in both the short and long after the first one. Is this over time. People see the value provide be prepared to play. The long game is so important. I wonder where ought be now if i hadn't been producing content every week for you at the median. I reckon it would be somewhere where i am today when people recognize. Your work is something that they can get behind you have a license to develop momentum secondly it can support your wider efforts. Your back catalog makes it easier to introduce for new initiatives. The one thing that has remained constant from me has been my writing. This was the tree. I planted back in twenty thirteen and new branches of grown. It made introducing in person and then online live events easier. Don't think of the word you produce in isolation look at it as a way to connect your intentions and third lake is greater use beyond the immediate space producing a back. Catalog extend your scope by this. I mean what stance a piece of work in one channel can extend into other formats. For instance blogs have become talked topics for other people's podcast. One single article became a webinar in april. Twenty twenty on your first ten email subscribers the next point is that it becomes and it brings people closer or from people. The proof of the work. You've already done helps you by helping them. Make a decision go back catalogue in contrast to say tha that competitors whose output may be more sporadic demonstrates perseverance. Next point is that it contributes to sales while message of this. You the media online. That i'm talking to you now is not around selling your business based on your content. Your work can be indirectly related to revenue for instance. The world you produce can also present a way to sell products and services but in a way that isn't merely emphasizing for instance being a trusted business increases the impact. You can make and this links to one of the aspects of what the month of learning represents a recent podcast looked at the impact of trust. Next is your were becomes a reference and search to your back catalogue can become a place for us to take from an somewhere. Search engines recognize websites. We've over three hundred and eleven index pieces of work c. Two hundred and thirty six percent more traffic than no sign of not too many pages and this is ups ball. What this means. Is that the better. Your ongoing work is indexed. There is more for a search engine to look through and support your search rankings ultimately ultimately want visit us to stick around on your site for that you need to offer work they will enjoy and lastly grow from it. The more you practice delivering something the better you become by learning. How the audio space works. I've become a better speaker by sharing a short video every week for the of the media weekly email. I think become a better presenter by writing every week. I've become a stronger writer. Whilst as an emphasis on creating roughness never forget this contributes to your own personal development. Let's roundup similar to writing and sherry music. You just put all your effort into a once a year christmas. Oh you have to keep introducing new material. That can stand the test of time all comes down to having that ability to keep going is what you're creating talking to be worth. Something is what you're producing contributing to your overall message actions in commercial delivery to give you the freedom to play an experiment. Why if your entire back catalogue disappear tomorrow but people let you know what they show concern. You're back catalogue is your commercial worth directly and indirectly and it's important to keep on playing for the audience as you show up to it

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Building a Grassroots Movement From Scratch

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

05:44 min | 8 months ago

Building a Grassroots Movement From Scratch

"Two thousand and four memoir guidebook called looking for a few good mom's how one mom rallied a million others against the gun lobby earned her the could spoil award from oprah. The book was also cited by the atlantic in two thousand eight as one of the best books on female leadership in two thousand fifteen her daily beast essay. How to organize. The mother of all protests led to a nationwide grassroots effort. The following year called the concert across america to end gun violence in which she served as co chair also in two thousand sixteen co produced and co directed the award winning documentary five a week about the women of louisiana who reform the state's domestic violence laws by getting the nra to stand down over the years. She's promoted gun violence prevention and grassroots activism in hundreds of media outlets including meet the press face the nation the today show and the nbc nightly news in addition to her activism. Donna has spent most of her professional career in new york city at the cbs network. On its communications team. She has represented numerous high profile talent. Including dan rather david letterman and bob schieffer. I'm also joined by sheikha hamilton. She is currently the national organizing and chapter development manager for the brady campaign to prevent gun by violence. She's been working on the issue of gun violence prevention since the year. Two thousand one while living in detroit at the time she helped organize million mom march the largest protests against gun violence in the us history until two thousand eighteen in the march for our lives. She's worked on this issue every day. Since then held various roles from chapter leader the state chapter president to the first elected million mom march leader elected to the brady campaign board of trustees to the national spokesperson for the million mom march. Rally to renew the assault weapons ban. She has also appeared on cnn msnbc and a host of media outlets. She is a licensed attorney in california and michigan. Her boots are on the ground and she has worked for decades to pass gun control legislation in her home. State worth noting all of those credentials. Both of you donna. And she thank you for having to stone who anka joan. So we've all sat in front of tv news and seeing the horrors of gun violence. We can rattle off the names. Columbine sandy ok- oklahoma city. Pulse las vegas and those literally just came off the top of my head in a hot second. Some of us gas cry others write checks. Many don't do much of anything. I'd really like to hear what you believe. It takes to get off the couch and do something can start with donna. And then she got great well. I didn't really have foot. Spur right off the bat. It took me about a week to actually hall cap without police to get an application to march on washington i. I tried to volunteer of one of the many noble and fabulous gun violence prevention nonprofits in our existed. But what. I didn't realize at the time that they get death. Threats constantly get harassing phone calls and so there are a lot of. It's very hard to reach our back. Then you know one of these nonprofits. So i tried for about a week to volunteer and i got very frustrated or mike okay. Here's a problem. I know there must be lots of people just like me who wanna volunteer and they have nowhere to go. I did what i think. A lotta women. Do i picked up the phone. And i called women friends and i said i applied for permit to march on washington and i need of your help and get it was on a seven day says from being outraged by that shooting to actually plans to the permanent. So i i wanna put a pin in and come back to something. You said that. I want my listeners to really attend to. Which is that. Donna tried to reach out to nonprofit organization. Say hey i'm here. I'm outraged and i'm available and i wanna help and i'm not sure. The donna is the only person that has had an experience like that she got. What did it take for you to say. I've had enough. I want to do something about this. Well i i know i feel like it's a build up I grew up in california where there were a lot of shootings right back in the eighties and early nineties. And i didn't do anything about i. Stockton schoolyard shooting. There was a law firm shooting right across from where i worked. I didn't do anything. I was a young mom holding my baby when columbine happened at endure anything but then that mother instinct kicked in when i saw little blip on the news saying million moms are marching in dc. I called up my friend who worked for my congresswoman and said what are you going to do about it. And then i went to the million mom march website in. This is the key thing i went there. It was very simple. It said the problem and the solutions and how to get involved. I emailed the purse. I it just email. I emailed and would i don't know maybe in an hour i got a response and they asked me to come to a meeting. Me was like that i was

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New Aircraft Spy Opportunities Amid Aerospace Woes

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

03:18 min | 10 months ago

New Aircraft Spy Opportunities Amid Aerospace Woes

"Here's a headline item de that kind of threw me off a little bit. I thought we were gonna talk about spy. Airplanes spy-planes says new aircraft spy opportunities amid aerospace. Bows that spy is a verb in this case so new aircraft by opportunities amid aerospace way. But you know does he. Aircraft actually spy opportunities or do the people making the aircraft And working for these companies y- very successful looking for a newspaper. Just like what's understand. You remind me of bill. Clinton depending on what the word the word is right. That's a good point all right. Michael survey anka traces his interest in engineering back to. That's an interesting way to start a an article talking about this dude. Who owns the company. I think or at least he's in charge there. He's the boss of bristol based vertical aerospace and has progressed to electric vertical takeoff and landing e. v. t. o. l. machines with potential to be quiet and economical and on these. These machines don't seem like you're that quiet to me. But i guess a quiet more quiet than a big giant helicopter. These erc have been touted as the next big thing and passenger aircraft verticals working on the. Va dash one acts and aircraft intended to fly between regions which regions that retail through the region of your place another regions that reach that regional emphasis you see. He mentioned his grandfather. Who was apparently an organ builder interesting. An organ builder. And we're talking about. I see where. I think we need to carry that. Regional emphasis matters as e. l. machines have been often promoted as air-taxis whizzing around our cities Under the banner of urban air mobility Some even suggest these vehicles could scoop up passengers and whisked them along prearranged flight or doors without pilot. Vertical dismisses this as a fantasy thank goodness. Our aircraft will be heavily. Automated says mr survey data both But both regulations and the public will require a pilot for years to come an automatic response to an obstruction on a landing pad below paul via one x up and away from a collision but people still want to see highly trained aviator in charge of their flight Using multiple propellers point skywards for takeoff and them rotate to tilt forward to fly horizontally. The a one x aims to carry four passengers and pilot over short distances more cheaply than a helicopter. That's kind of a neat looking machine. Looks like a helicopter but instead of big rudders just has some of the smaller Lectured him road trend cutter. Yeah exactly drunk after

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Serena Williams upset by Victoria Azarenka at US Open

The Tennis Podcast

04:55 min | 1 year ago

Serena Williams upset by Victoria Azarenka at US Open

"So. Niamey's soccer took place in the final and that point. ENACT COVERAGE ON BBC radio we switched from our digital station sports, extra five, which is the network station and. We went big on Serena. Williams against Victoria as a Aranka. Which I have to say I started to think well, it can't possibly live up to what we've just seen in you just Kant. And the first point of the match. Serena. Williams on leashes a four hundred. The almost didn't. It couldn't be tracked by the the camera because it went so fast and it just went out but it felt like such a statement immediately, the I am going to just destroy every tennis bullet comes near me. And I felt like that my of slight rattled as a Aranka just the the shift force integration that was that was hit with. An immediately to breaks of serve to. Serena. Four games to love she led. Won The set six one. and. I don't know about you. But my name was it feels like we've just got an a time machine and back ten twelve years to when Williams was in twenty. It's the way she was running the movement. She was all she was moving right now soccer she's nearly thirty nine and she's hitting the living daylights out of the ball an and it really wobbled as Anka who started just Tara what did you think? Katherine Oh. Yeah it was blistering utterly blistering and I think it was a a mock of the respect that Serena Williams has. Victoria as rancor because her starts Serena have been Radi. Ready. Sluggish. And she's played some really good plays and she says improper tests but I think she needs she simply could not get away with that today. I think a mindset shifted completely. Am I don't know how I don't I genuinely don't know how you can just sort of decide i. I can't get away with doing that today. So I won't. Thing why you why couldn't you trick yourself over into thinking that every day but overseas? Just doesn't psychology doesn't work like that but. She. Yeah. She couldn't afford to give Victoria as. That lead and take her time to work her way into the match as she has been doing. and so she went to completely the other end of the spectrum and made. Pretty much as blistering start tennis match as I have seen as I've seen Serena making in recent memory, it was. It made my eyes Bogle out of my head. At moments. Really did it was like she? Convinced herself that Seraing was Sharapova. I mean how many times we've seen Serena come out with that intensity and that that or against Charipova and just make mincemeat of her certainly within the first set, and that's what she did to as their income in the first set she was. Unbelievably good as you said, crunching the ball moving fantastically and not allowing as incur any chance to set or what. So ever because she was serving well. So kind of dominating the points on her serve and then she was returning as in cassette could serve so strongly and. This was the Serena that I've kept expecting to see this tournament but i. I was beginning to doubt whether she had that level of tennis in her to be honest because I thought I thought we might see Sloan. Stevens I, thought we might see it against Zachary thought we might see against Perron Covi-, kept expecting. To raise her level in this tournament and. She was saving it for today it seemed and as you said I, don't know how you can turn that tap on and off and have control. Today I just. Will be extra. Mom is lengthy. It was like the very revealing candid. Enlightening. pre-match interview with Victoria as Aranka. where she was asked about her poor record against Serena in grand, slams, what do you need to do to get the win tonight? Play better. or or I? will she treated about for match interview with the contempt? It deserves it was. It was great.

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38 percent of Americans listen to podcasts to improve their mood

podnews

02:01 min | 1 year ago

38 percent of Americans listen to podcasts to improve their mood

"Thirty eight percent of Americans, listen to podcasts to help improve them mood that's according to new research from Deza, the music and podcasts streaming company founded. Americans are three times as likely to use podcasts to combat loneliness compared to some European countries. An update from anchor following our story yesterday that I could automatically delete your account without warning Anka. Say they do not have an algorithm that automatically deletes duplicates. Instead, the company's is a combination of automated and human detected signals to assess potential infringements and tell news podcasts always elevated to human before any action is taken. In the case, we reported on the podcast hat quote, similar contents to the lipson hosted spotify enlisting. Their return one has subscribed to Nielsen's podcast buying power service. They'll have access to podcast insights spanning eighteen genres and over one hundred and fifty individual podcast titles Bubba. The love sponge a radio personality in the US has launched the Baba Army podcast, which is to be reps by crossover. Media Group Sales Bubba calls it a guests driven podcast that's fresh current relevant, and will become a daily destination for folks who want to have a little fun. iheartradio and Sean Dylan's media announced new podcast with more on the way sean to land media's. AWARD-WINNING TV writer and producer Shonda rhines and you APPs shuffle looks interesting promising that you swipe for the top podcast highlights. Stati cast is a new simple static podcast website generator. If your idea of simple uses composer and markdown, that is now one in five creative jobs are expected to be lost during this pandemic diversity podcast greater than eleven percent is marking twenty thousand downloads. Downloads with crowdfunding efforts to raise twenty thousand pounds for small grants for those in need of support

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"anka" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

Frankie and Jess

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"anka" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

"You know, but they tried for years to work on their marriage. They were together for about a decade a little over a decade, and he obviously struggles with addiction, and she helped him quite a few times. Get Sober and she just got tired. She was like I'm I'm your wife I'm not your mom, not your babysitter and I can't do this anymore. That can kind of like. If you're having a doctor Burton talks about that like if you have kids and you're going through stuff. He said the take a moment and think about you know if the worst case happens. Really try to work on your relationship. Because if you get divorced that what you're talking about is a reality, so that's kind of almost like a scare yourself straight kind of thought to have you know if you guys are having problems, you know somebody like. Maybe you're like I just want to get divorced or you meet your spouse. Think about it because what we're talking about I mean that's you know. Dr Burton says that I mean. Mean that wants it had like if something like that happens, that is reality and there's not a whole lot you can do when you have a problem with your spouse, and they have your child, and it's their weekend or time, and there might be a another spouse that's involved I mean there's not a whole lot you can do with that is very true. It's like one of those kind of chilling. Thought like you know, it's very. Very sobering I told you that was my friend Jessica who actually just became a doctor. She was a realtor when we bought our house a decade over a decade ago. Kevin I've had problems throughout her marriage, which most people do have been together for twenty years and married for almost fifteen and she said that to me. We're having some hard times, and she's like okay, think deepen heart if these are real big issues that you can't. Can't live with you know. She said because you know coupons younger at the time. She said because that's going to be another woman around your kid. You have no control of her. No say over and if you don't like this person there around your child, fifty percent of the time and I was like, and it did it shook me. I was like okay. She's right. These issues really aren't as bad. We can work on these. These with some couples therapy and figure some stuff out because he I don't want that I don't want the alternative and then these. This is a lot of crazy stuff going on, and I've got a lot of pigs posted on the Hollywood headlines page of Franken, just dot com so four Warton, so you might not know his name, but he's been a part of the MTV family since two thousand fourteen. Corey Warton is his name. Name Morton Yeah, so he's been on I. Think he's been on, and not only the challenge, but I think he was yeah I think he was on ex on the beach. We've been on a couple of different shows, and so his baby Mama, Taylor She's part of the teen mom like franchise, and they have kid or kids together, and so she was fired from MTV this week as well for comments that she's made. Made that we're very racist I think it was old social media tweets than resurfaced, and so they were asking Corey about this 'cause corey obviously still has a good reputation with MTV, and they haven't sever ties. And he said one of my favorite athletes of all time is Kobe, Bryant and he said control what you can control what I can't control though is the decision that MTV has made and They were gonNA have this special..

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"anka" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

Frankie and Jess

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"anka" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

"Was Brand new eight that caller off? Did she did she swallowed her. No, no! I'm new here. I'm bored. And that funny had an underwear fetish, mostly MOMS underwear, but any kind of underwear that he could get his hands on. Yeah, sounds like yeah. Yeah, anyway good time years ago, the retriever shepherd mix. Let's see an entire bag of Hershey. Kisses pooped out foil for days. Sweet Little Niece Labrador. I think it looks like a bag of grapes including the bag, and of course know grapes are fatal for dogs racer her to. The vet ended up staying for a few hours. They helped her throw up. She didn't have to have surgery and she's been good ever since, but man that is scary with the chocolate and the grapes. He never that anywhere near your dog. Well I think the grapes calls because renal failure failure with the dog thing I'm pretty sure, but yeah, those are those are dangerous, and some people probably don't know that grapes are bad call. Growing up our little mutt named Paul Anka. Pause on my show. Underwear anything lying around, and so there were constantly buying underwear destroy everybody's underwear in the house. He never needed surgery, but they said that nasty little..

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"anka" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

Frankie and Jess

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"anka" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

"That you do? Nothing around the house like Oh. Yeah, it's crazy. We were talking about that a little earlier in the week. As far as just like who who who says certain things I. Think most people think most people you get comfortable man to what was it the one woman that was pregnant and then I think it was her mother-in-law that when she got out of the car or something. You know she's pregnant, having a baby and I guess she gave into the maternity clothes. which you do, I mean as their point where you're like. Yeah, give into that your belly showing. Can I, say giving because there is a point where you're like okay. I. Don't need them yet. I don't need them yet and then boom. You start where you need them. And the mother in law was like well. Aren't we embracing this or something right? Didn't she? A something along those lines? She was psych, either halfway or a little over halfway through her pregnancy, and yeah. Her mother made a comment about the maternity clothes and said something about how you're embracing them. What does that even supposed to mean? Yeah, you shut your mouth. This extra agent for five or selling home after seventeen years and moving from magnetic vernal me, my husband had been arguing on what to pack now, and how should look for the showings and deciding on the new house oh? Yeah, moving stressful to and all the way verbal, so yes, let us know how that goes, and hopefully you take us with you on the iheartradio APP. Seriously I mean you can do not play vernal we'll. Know it's three hours away. You're not going to get our signal there so hopefully you take us with. Yeah, you're not gonna read. Vernal, Joe. We'll know. Vernal is three plus hours away. Never Been. You'RE NOT GONNA. Get us. There S Justin Bieber. Listening to Iheart when he was. A Long Distance Utah of versus Virginia. And just how scary the world is and being that far apart that would be really hard. Yeah, biggest issue ever since I got pregnant, and my husband does not want to have sex he refuses, and it's been six months, and I'm going crazy, so yeah, ooh, wow, so and that happens I've heard about a lot of couples that either the husband doesn't feel comfortable, and so it's like nine months of like okay, and the or the sometimes pregnant ladies are like really like raging to go. Sometimes they're not I. Know. It. was like she was. She was good to go, and we I was all about it. Man I like the practice. Maybe. We'll get some more this coming up in the nine o'clock hour. Let's set this up because it kind of hits close to home, and you know I had some experiences with this, and it sounds like our boss Infringe Jeff, McCartney so he has some experience with this and his family right now and that is the dog eating something, so it sounds like his son's dog. It's a golden retriever I believe that the golden retriever. It looks like a golden retriever eight. It sounds like it's. Eight his girlfriend's panties. Yeah, so they had to be. I, did he go in for? The surgery the the. Do you. Remember Saudi he it did in the past there was yet yeah they were waiting for. They couldn't tell what who's panties. They were I, thought Oh. Actually I can't remember if because he did mention that because I said Dude. I've been down there. I know exactly. You know the surgeries anywhere from two to three grand. And I think he said that's what I thought. They had the emergency surgery to remove the panties because something bad is going to..

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"anka" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

Frankie and Jess

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"anka" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

"Be Back on the show, but they just said you know he's just exhausted, but he definitely plans to return to New York City. He's not leaving live with Kelly and you know he's just been working around the clock for so long and it just a sheer exhaustion, so we talk about you know. Know like especially now with the pandemic. What's the best thing you can do for your immune system? One of the best things you can do is getting sleep, so if you're not getting sleep, you've got to get more sleep. and that's the. That's the sobering conversation that I had with that neurologist. It's scared. The bejesus out of Sierra told me he said if you don't and that was the whole thing, he's like you've been doing this for forty nine years. And if you don't change where forty eight years I think when I'd seen them but if you don't change your your body, you're GonNa die? You'RE GONNA die. Yeah, he said this is what's happened. Your body is breaking down and I immediately changed my you know he said you have to make a lifestyle change and it needs to be incorporated has to be like a new. New Habit that you're doing and I did I went through. He gave me he's I. Don't expect you to do everything but I did most of it, and that is getting more sleep. I go to bed now because before I was going to bed at eleven o'clock at night and now I go to bed I'm in bed by not up by nine. o'clock I'm in bed. So it's an but I. noticed within the first few days. What my body starting to heal itself and I haven't had knock on wood. One of those episodes since I noticed with my neck. You remember I was talking about when I went to the spine guy and I had some stuff that I have some stuff from snowboard injury from nineteen, ninety eight, and that's something. Something he goes. That should be really bothering you, but it was this other thing that's up like the C one and C two, and it's just stuff that's breaking down. He said it's the equivalent of you needing knee replacement, but we don't have the technology for that, so you're kind of screwed. There's three options they can do. One was fusing it. The other was something. Something It was like the cortisone shot he said, and that you know could last for a couple of months might last for a couple of weeks. Yeah, and he said it in. That's going to be temporary. And then there was one other thing with the sound wave. There's something he said. That could cause you some sense of relief or give you some sense of relief. Relief but getting that sleep, man I haven't had problems. I was going to this This chiropractor dry needling guy, so he was a Jew. He would do a lot of adjusting in more of just kind the stretching and then the dry needling in that area, but as soon as I started getting more sleep Oh yeah I. Don't have the. It's not unbearable pain like. Like. You said it's healing. It's the body healing you gotta get. The benefit doesn't kill you. Like your neurologist, said I mean? My Dad worked three and four jobs most of his adult life. He started working as a teen any as terrible health issues. I mean the guys in his early sixties and some days. It's sad to say, but he wishes he was dead as he's. He's in so much pain and he can't sleep. He trained his body not to sleep semi data. I'll get three hours here and there. Three hours.

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"anka" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

Frankie and Jess

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"anka" Discussed on Frankie and Jess

"Here. Clip what we're talking about Matthew mcconaughey. Here we go. You have to acknowledge that there's a problem so that you can take more ownership for the prompt. The first step to managing sitting in this chair. Right here across from a black man, and being like okay I may not be talking about you. Emmanuel show, but I may be talking about people who look like individually. You have to acknowledge implicit bias. You have to acknowledge that you'll see a black man, and for whatever reason you view them more of a threat than you will. The white man probably because society told you and I think that's important we've been. been talking about that, you know you got to acknowledge that there's a problem there have to acknowledge it. I mean the fact that if you don't, it's like okay. That's that's that's a big part of many different facets to this problem, right? That's a big one. Yeah, and they with this white allergies that applies to all white people. The math McConnell hey, said even people like me who grew up in a diverse setting I've had black friends. My whole life and Emmanuel was saying you know he's listing off these white allergies and like I, said they go into more detail on the on the clip that hello. Hello, get posted. It was on instagram yesterday I. Believe and he listed him off, and he said you know these are racist microaggressions and disguise like he was saying you either just grew up with it, or you know what I mean, and you don't even realize it, but it's not appropriate. It's not okay, yes, with Matthew mcconaughey uncomfortable conversations with a black man, so we'll have that posted Franken just dot com, and then let's see let's do this. There's a lot of people that are getting fired. We've talked about some of them, so we watched the challenge last night on MTV Amazon Wednesday nights and me and my. My husband and my son usually save it for Thursday Friday but we ended up watching it live. It was on at nine o'clock last night, and so d one other cast members. Who's been on for quite some time. They're cutting ties with her. She said some very racist things online, and they actually had a disclaimer before the show started last night because they were going to scrap the rest of the season and people were like. Oh, my Gosh! Fans that we've been with us since day one. We're like well shoot. You know that sucks if they get rid of the whole season and so they decided to. obviously is. No longer welcome at any MTV events and They won't mention her. She still on the show. They already had everything in the can and they just obviously you know, said which we, we all believe that racism is inappropriate. It's wrong, and then they had some You know places that you could call and find out more information, but she's. That's messed. Messed up stuff so the disclaimer thing I think is important especially with with where this might be going in that is everybody is talking about gone with the wind yesterday and Hbo Max Pulling it because of the controversial you know like the context within that movie and Whoopi brought up a good point yesterday from the views..

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Blue Mountains charity feeding 18,000 daily

Correspondents Report

05:15 min | 1 year ago

Blue Mountains charity feeding 18,000 daily

"The ripple effects of panic buying that grip distractions at the beginning of the corona virus crisis. Still leaving some supermarket shelves empty. A supply lines catch up with themselves. Solutions more complicated for the people who rely on donated food to get through the week. Social distancing measures have robbed many charities of the human connection so crucial to already vulnerable clients Jeff Thompson reports on one remarkable charity network which is still managing to fade eighteen. Thousand people a week on a beautiful bright blue day shrink wrapped pallets fruit. Drink the being stacked along the age of the Wide Wooden Dick in front of Cottam Lighthouse. Church cars are starting to pull up into the U shape driveway and as a step up onto the the big wide balcony. Here yeah gotTa wear. The reelection is and there's boxes of Calcutta pups there's I think like pringles and toutes saw some juices desserts and a whole lot of frozen ties and fruit. You're really focusing on the traffic this week. Because we don't want to get in trouble for council for having punchcards of cars backed up on the road. What used to be face to face and highly social is now a drive through service we used to we had it in the pocket everybody just queue up and we give them a little ticket and a number and then we assume as I came. Come up and we'd have gazebos and everything in the park up the road there. It was started by pastor in battling because of the restrictions. We decided to do this so we keep them in their cars and they just drive through the handbags out of the car. We feel bags and let me give it back to the moon. I draw com up to the wooden dig and pastoring in hands the woman inside some roles and a couple of loaves of grade. You're welcome anytime. Do that. Wonderful really really helpful. I haven't been working for three weeks. We have right and you lost a job because of current avars cited and up. That wasn't a lot of money anyway. So this really helps Pasta in Bodley his head to pivot his relatively new charity to meet the rapidly changing needs of his local community. So we've been doing this for the last three and a half years and we do it every Wednesday. From about this time to at one we can be giving up to about sixty families in the area On a regular basis thing now with consumer of course ninety percent of its economy is wrecked because laws on tourism so we're expecting a philly high influx of more people to come in but just as demand is going up. Donations are running out and volunteers. A staying home and that means charity like Aliens has list capacities to feed a growing number of hungry people. These emergency to pass to enes work. We've noticed last week getting Chris and who you clientele typically the people mainly on fixed incomes. And they struggle. You know there's that many benefits typically get benefits. Pensions these young people who are not able to work. Some of them had disabilities and so forth and a lot of victims of domestic violence. In fact we work at supporting victims of domestic violence in the area and so they will come and get food and because side them money. We just helped by now the driveways fool and across the way I noticed pass to een speaking softly to a gray haired woman wearing a face mask and she's just dipped out of the com- relating that Lost a husband a Wednesday night last week. I'm providing here now with Some counselling support so he just update on Wednesday night. She was sitting on the brand with him and he just died. She suffering from shock. She's come here to die and she's she'll I'll call her and we'll just follow her up and everything and then we'll just make sure that she's okay because of the Anka that they've got a hell of a thing to go through losing your patent suddenly at the moment when there. It's hard to to get comfort from other people. That's right is when you go through situated. I'll give you a hug but I can't you know so she won't even my children can't hug me and my grandchildren can help me moments. She's really feeling she. She had the funeral yesterday and He was promoted. She's the only one was the anyone could go. So it's an it's pretty upsetting for you. Come here today food or or to see you came here today to say she doesn't take a lot but she she takes for herself and her daughter

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Anchor adds remote-recording features to its app

podnews

02:54 min | 1 year ago

Anchor adds remote-recording features to its app

"The latest from user at news dot net nine to five. Google is claiming that Google is to release a google. Podcasts APP for iphone. It's based on a piece in in gadgets. Which has been removed? Ninety five Google notes because of a quote broken imbargo how the things. According to the pace of the redesign for the android that will be fully rolled out by the end of this week. And there's a redesigned for the web version quotes soon. Well now. We have the full release from Google but we always respect embargo so we're reporting solely on public information from the ninety five. Google piece here since others are too but once we can. We'll give you the official information from Google has that Anka's Iowa and ANDROID APP is being updated with new remote recording features dumped record with friends to point to make it easier to record guests or multi hosted podcasts. If you're stuck at home because of a stupid virus Kyri has launched podcast landing pages for podcasts. They offer discussions direct messages to podcast hosts and away of joining a mailing list designed to foster community of listeners. Diese has redesigned. Its podcast experience. We linked to that today. Mcgowan has looked at which podcast advertises a spending more and less because of the stupid virus. Travel Advertising is down seventy three percent which shouldn't surprise anyone. Meanwhile Triton digital says that news and Talk Radio Show of streaming has grown by fourteen percent the global player run by the. Uk's largest radio broadcaster has added a set of third party podcasts for children and stressed out parents the UK has temporarily suspended school for all except essential workers because of the stupid virus. Radio as Europe's podcast day has been postponed. Its now on October. The twenty six. I'm speaking the New York. Times has purchased autumn service that transforms long form articles. Audio terms of the deal were not disclosed the independent Podcast Virtual Conference Two Thousand Twenty has published its program it's on March twenty eighth to twenty-ninth an IRA glass is seemingly recorded this week's this American life in his closet having taken the time to get dressed in a suit but having forgotten to wear shoes or socks you okay Hon. And Cost News and his Cooper's vintage volt is a new podcast from the shock. Rocker Cooper's been doing a radio show and it's coupon nights of the past sixteen years. This is a compilation of great interviews from that show. Fast fiction is a short story fiction. Podcast recorded in Brisbane in Australia. We would recommend the latest episode white noise to you and survivors guide to Corona virus as a brand new podcast from Australian comedian. Nazeem Hossein asking fellow Comedians and personalities. How to survive this stupid virus and there's plenty more and all the links in our newsletter subscribe that called News Dot Net.

Clyde Butcher: Photographing the Everglades

B&H Photography Podcast

09:53 min | 1 year ago

Clyde Butcher: Photographing the Everglades

"Butcher but she was known primarily for his dazzling large format black and white photography the everglades glades and Florida environment regardless of your photographic background or your tastes photography. There is so much you can learn about his story career good example. How many photographers August do you know who actually made money? Selling thousands of prince through the Amazon of the Stone Age. Or as we sometimes call it the sears catalog he did it anyway. This episode is going to be a little bit different than normal because it's just a simple conversation between John. Inclined they touch on a number of interesting subjects including Bush's work in the swamps with large format cameras. His recent foray into Sony digital cameras paired with cannon tilt shift lenses and is mind boggling doctrine with vintage in lodgers. They'll also discussing the business models that he and his family employees to market is images his thoughts on black and white versus color and of course his relationship to the Florida landscape escape for which he will be forever. Linked Klein is a true American master. And it's a treat to have him on the beach photography podcast. Let's have a listen. You work the worth almost known for his kind of a process. Heavy work Invasions time working in large format. But let me ask you. Do you feel photography Is is more of a ways or means whether the means be adventure solids money whatever happens to be. Hopefully photography is the adventure through life that you bring happiness to people through your images in my work. I'm trying to bring the environment out the to the public because people big Zoya heavy idea where oxygen comes from yet so we you have to try to convince people that the earth is round round. Last I checked it worse worse spaceship and so we have a finite number of materials here so through my photography people see the beauty mhm Have to get into it too. We're looking at pictures a lot. Lotta pictures not really early Pictures of things feelings of things. Try to draw you in pictures of the really Nice Center. The interest is on the sides. Were you in the reason I might pictures you know. I guess you probably seem into Israel silver prints. They're up to five foot by eight and a half feet. Nine feet in. Nikki showed me the space in the back of the documentary. Yeah and the rinsing in the chemical tables. That's thirty eight foot long sink. Yeah five foot by four foot. Trees actually betrays sinking itself discussion. The jumping ahead. There's so many questions about that. Space that you create in the photo and what you want people to do in that space but while we're there are you know over the past twenty plus years now. We've seen this going away from from analog film photography and Printing when that first started I mean how did you ask yourself any questions. Like how am I gonNA sustain this helmet in a supply myself with these as Kodak shutting down as you you know Ilford is pulling back now. Little resurgence in that but at the time was ever questioned. What you're GonNa do well with digital came out in Kodak's at all we're we're out here? It was getting older is you can't. Is that thirty five millimeter. We're talking about you know why should up to twelve twenty negative Majority the five seventy Enjoys five seven eight by ten some love. Fourteen twelve twenty twelve twenty seven fourteen really silly information. Yeah but it's like it's like when you take a twelve or twenty hours like ticket television set out there ebbing subside down colored collar but at that time. Did you know what I must take my guns. This is what I do is what I love to do a mock going back because you know sales I dunno sales took a hit or whatever or you know those kind of things but it was it ever a conversation to have with yourself or or was it. When I was a little nervous I think it was in nineteen ninety eight? We start doing books. So we've always general books but I was doing that my own scanning my negatives okay so I had to learn photoshop so I could If the picture of the book I tried to teach me photoshop I went to a couple of courses. It was pretty today's picture here so I said I got underway doing this in analog so I figured analog way of doing now I can do ten minutes yeah and what would that. What does that analog method ended? Basically we you like when you burn something you burn. It ingredients a lot with the burn tool okay so in in that. Gradient can change the contrast in that gradient. Okay that's interesting so might have to race a little bit around say on a burning tree. I just raised a little bit around. Make a circle around contrast less contrast. I can do that with a gradient so I could just like what I do now. In the printing we have verbal contrast paper Blue Green Bulbs so I need less contrast the blue off in a burden with green more contrast bring with blue so do the same thing thing a digital album that interesting and what's exciting to me. I finally got the I think I got the right camera to now. I got the new the Fuji F G X one hundred year about it's got sixteen bit. You'll realizing advantage of sixteen bit gradients of it becomes smooth. Yeah Woah and you can't do that fourteen bit again sixteen. This breath camera to me is to automatic. I like the I have the fifty s Has got a little dials here. This was all trying trying like so so but I've had to figure out how adapt my Kansas to it because the apertures is done by the camera so actually Cambo makes an adapter the cameras the Fuji that actually controls the Iris independently of the camera. Yet as he worry about the camera anymore. Tanaka used by lenses. And I can't shoot without having I think this is the poodle relies the the difference of getting four gram laureate Liz. The tilting tilting. The camera down more foreground yet. I lower the landscape. I don't tell camera. Yeah okay so the perspective is correct and it's also different in perspective Natural I'm kind of surprised a little bit to hear the the embrace and the deep dive into you know from the Fuji in as you mentioned the Sony All these things in the digital world. Was this something that you brought to you based on the fact that you needed to physically. Well I'll I tell you the reason I starting bracing. It is because the camp there came out with INC ARCHIVAL PAPER EGO. So unless you have a media that she can print on this going to be around for awhile. I Media Irish printer. It was good for at at least good two months. There was dead because it was used for proof. Lean offset printing needed to so the client the through the weak- Anka in your mind's eye of the print. Maybe excuse me for even asking. This is the final product. I mean when you see what you're looking at. Did you see through the Lens through the landscape to the print at the medicine. Well I do you know you said to see through the Lens I actually everything I do is point shoot. I do not compose the camera. You can't a a little bit. More digital. But with a large format view us a widening the lens of Orange Arch format. You can't see the composition the ground glass to you WANNA to see if it's Focus on the edge have moved over to the left and then yet lowered the riot. So you really can't see the competition so I've learned about the first retro focus. Twenty millimeter lens came in the country in nineteen sixty two. The first Retro Focus Lens was made in East Germany but the flag on Appeal Roy. Milton reflect to got. So I've been using that in wider wider angles ever. Since then I've been wide-angled I mean I've got maybe half dozen shots were taken with different lines. Really I I go from if you relate to Full frame thirty five I go from about ten millimetres twenty

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"anka" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"anka" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"From the hearing. this. WFLA. to. the. from coast to coast and worldwide on the internet this is coast to coast AM with George Noory Paul Anka one of the best as any wow. still going.

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On This Day in History: Igor Gouzenko Defected to Canada

This Day in History Class

04:41 min | 2 years ago

On This Day in History: Igor Gouzenko Defected to Canada

"Was september fifth nineteen forty five soviet viet- cipher clerk eager goozeica left at the soviet embassy in ottawa ontario carrying more than one hundred secret documents during world award to canada and the soviet union became allies. Ottawa was an important site for the g._r._u. Which was the main intelligence directorate of the u._s._s._r.'s general staff whose anka was an intelligence officer working at the headquarters in moscow in nineteen forty three. It was sent to ottawa. His official title was civilian employees of the soviet embassy at ottawa but he was actually a cipher clerk on the staff. After the military attache colonel nikolai voted it was gonzaga's job to deal with transmissions to and from moscow his wife spent lana moved to canada with him a few months after he arrived in ottawa. Zanka was impressed with life in ottawa where or he found that his quality of life was better than it was in the soviet union in canada. There were democratic elections freedom of speech and better better living conditions in comparison life under soviet rule and conditions at the soviet embassy were oppressive. Kuzinca also found out that at the g. argue and the people's commissariat of internal affairs which also led intelligence activities were using the embassy as a headquarters from which they conducted conducted espionage activities against canada. It's about inhabit ordered to keep his firing secret from the soviet ambassador. Georgi zarubin in the soviet union was not simply an ally of canada in nineteen forty four the boat and expectedly told gazeta that he and his wife and his son were being sent back to moscow he had his departure delayed but he knew that the reasons for his dismissal could not be good and and he feared the situation he may return to in moscow disenchanted with the soviet union and attracted to life in canada gazeta began planning his defection he copied or took documents that he believed canadian officials would be interested in on september fifth nineteen forty five five he left the embassy carrying telegrams sent to and received from moscow and many other documents that day and the next he took his these documents and story of soviet espionage to the minister of justice the ottawa journal and the ottawa magistrates court but they turned him away on the night of september six. He and his family hid in a neighbor's apartment. While soviet agents raided his home another a neighbor called the ottawa police who confronted the soviet agents and got them to leave with the help of norman robertson who was the under secretary of state for the department of external affairs kuzinca was taken to the royal canadian mounted police headquarters the next morning for questioning zanka good gave the r._c._m._p. Documents detailing the soviets espionage efforts in canadian government departments and in western atomic research project prime minister mackenzie king was initially hesitant and unsure of gonzaga's motives but just two days after he defected kuzinca anka and his family were given political asylum and put in protective custody where they continued to be questioned. Gonzaga's documents revealed field that there was a large scale system of soviet espionage through which the soviets provided moscow with classified information news of the zenko. Thank affair as it became known went public in early february nineteen forty six a royal commission was called to investigate the accusations which lead lead to the arrest of thirty nine suspects eighteen of those people were convicted in was sent to labor camps in siberia. The soviet government admitted that it obtained certain secret information from canadians but said that the information was useless. The kuzinca affair encouraged distrust of the soviet union and inspired anticommunist intimate in the west. The affair has been credited as an inciting incident. President of the cold war zanka lived under police protection with his family and canada for the rest of his life.

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What kind of president would Ukraine's comedian candidate make?

FT News

11:17 min | 2 years ago

What kind of president would Ukraine's comedian candidate make?

"Floods. Alinsky a TV comedy actor pays to be on coast. Unseat president petro Porsche Schenker in the second round of Ukraine's presidential elections this weekend Casey Martin discusses how he got there. And what kind of president he would make Roman audio audiology. Glue. We've just had a clip from a campaign video of Mr. landscape taking selfish with his team what kind of character does he play on TV, and how did he go from acting into politics? Let me start off by saying that Mr. Zielinski is a very funny and talented comedian who strikes the basic emotional courts with average Ukrainians, and I think it's very important to put this into context the country is into a six year of war in far eastern regions where Russian backed separatists, and it's gone through a lot of economic pain during these past years and his performances, including his comedy performances where he mocks politicians is sort of escape a release for the population. That has a lot of anger on various issues from lingering corruption to the economic pain. They're feeling in his popular TV series called servants of the people where he plays a honest schoolteacher who becomes president unexpectedly. He plays a. Character who combat's the oligarchy, it's a very popular widely watched TV show in the country, and it presents sort of the ideal president that the people would like to see in contrast. The current president who has a patchy reform record is an oligarchy himself and in the TV series of until the people. There are episodes, for example, where Mr. Dolinsky playing the role of this on a schoolteacher walks into parliament and imagine himself with automatic guns shooting in killing all the politicians in such scenes are scenes that many Ukrainians who are fed up with corruption. I'm sure would like to see perhaps maybe not in real life. But they would like to see someone who comes into power that really changes the way the system here works. I mean, he's clearly struck a code. But how did he make that transition into real politics in real life? He hasn't made a transition to a sort of a conventional Ukrainian politician Ukrainian still to this day. See him as the character in the TV show. They haven't really seen the real Mr. Lansky in neither have Ukraine's western backers nor even journalists because he hasn't really given a lot of face to face interviews. In depth interviews. He hasn't appeared on the streets doing traditional campaign rallies. And so you cranium seeing him often what they want to see is sort of character, who is honest who is just an average person who is fed up with the system in wants to change it, and that's really the unorthodox campaign that he's run his campaign is focused largely on two fronts mobilizing the youth. Electorate the young generation who see him as one of their own and he targeted them specifically through social media. Meanwhile, we have the television series, which a lot of elderly Ukrainians watch. Is he young and south Hello to say he's forty one years of age. So he basically grew up in independent Ukraine and is not Butte as the same as the current political stablishment. Who are all Soviet born and developed this people partially in the Soviet Union. And during the crony nineteen ninety s where a handful of individuals, amass massive amounts of wealth. So he's viewed as this anti-establishment figure by population which desperately wants big changes and a change from the current establishment with fresh faces. Recent polls have shown that sixty or perhaps more percentage of the population. Want a new face as president and new faces in parliaments a complete overhaul politically service really isn't extraordinary situation, a new sort of campaign, but what his policies how do they differ from his opponent? Petra parish Anka, you're right. It's a very surreal situation in many respects, and it's just astonishing. How popular he's become in a very short period of time since declaring his bid for the presidency on New Year's Eve, which was just several months ago. But in reality, we don't really. We know who he really is in what kind of policies he would bring in how different they would be from portion goes because he has been very short on detail. He is avoided as I've said in depth interviews on foreign policy domestic policy giving very general statements in many ways, the general statements that he's given since a group of several former fficials had joined him as advisors have been along the lines of the current objectively that Ukraine is going on in terms of foreign and domestic policy, which means sticking with the IMF program and with the western-backed support, countering Russian its aggression. So what are the achievements and shortcomings of Mr. putter Shankar as president has he done thing to tackle the corruption that seems to be the biggest concern in seems to be fueling so much enthusiasm for Mr. landscape. Let's remember that Mr. Persian go took power when he was elected with fifty four percent mandate. Just a couple of months after the my Don revolution sent a pro Russian president. Fleeing to Russia and Russia at that time after the revolution. Swiftly annexed Crimea and fomented a war in the far eastern regions of the country since taking over Persian go has rebuilt the army, which was caught flat-footed in the early days of the war under his leadership. That government has achieved. A macro economic stability creating the foundations for a healthier economy across the board. There have been significant reforms in removing the room for corruption in rent-seeking in various sectors of economy, including bringing market level prices to utilities and independence to the central Bank. However, the major shortcoming of Mr. partial go, his political achilles heel has been his foot-dragging on reforms that are needed to punish corruption in forming. A functioning court system to give a little bit of context the court systems in this country. Have traditionally been used by presidents and other top officials as a form of leverage over other politicians. They have not been independent. So it sounds like fuse. Yeltsin for his campaign is rather low for Mr. portion goes, yes, it's been rather low. However, he has made a remarkable comeback though. His chances of reelection seem distant his poll numbers about a year ago were in single digits in the first round of elections on March thirty first he came in second behind Mr. Zilenski, he mustered about thirteen percent support that is a significant increase from the single digit numbers that he had prior to that said gang back to MRs van ski his career has been backed by another oligarchy lives in exile. But owns the TV channel that screens his shows. Tell us about eager Cowboys we ski and why he had to leave Ukraine. Yes eager. Komo's ski is. A very interesting character we had to find out your times interviewed him a couple years back. He was camera shy for many decades, but came out into the open of Ukrainian politics after Russia annexed Crimea. He accepted the job as governor of a region that borders the Br. Takeaway regions in eastern Ukraine that Russian-backed forces in separatists took control over he played a big role in repelling further incursions into the country, and we interviewed him shortly after that and found him to be in some ways of very candid figure, but impulsive and obsessive in clearly one who seeks influence, and he had a big grudge against portion cone, those days what we've seen is that Mr Hallam Whiskas channels have been giving a great amount of airtime to misters Alinsky and his TV series in particular, and this has increased support for misters Alinsky. We also see. There are reports that lawyers that we met in the presence of Mr. Colin Moise are playing a sort of backroom role in advising, Mr. linski. There are reports that bodyguards of Mr. cola Moise have been hired by mister is Alinsky to protect him and other evidence of links. So there is a lot of concern that Mr. linski could be a puppet of Mr. cola Moise as Mr Puerta shaneco claim. Tmz Mr. Zielinski, however has denied this and promises that don't be no special treatment for Mr. cola Moise, who by the way promises to return to Ukraine from Israel where he's in exile, currently after the elections. So he may have some practical backing from Khulumani scape. But if we'd have situation where for example, he wins what sort of policy input. Does he have what kind of backing does he have in that sense much of what we know about Mr. Alinsky is potential policies going forward? Come from a group of former government ministers in officials that have become his advisors. They include the respected former foreign minister of Ukraine Oleksandr done. Luke who was a key official in relations with the IMF. And a former economy minister deliver wanian born Ibarra Abramova choose those two along with another individual who's advising him are saying that the policies will be consistent with the IMF program. And that Ukraine will remain on a pro. Western course, however. What really will happen under his presidency remains a bit of a question because he has not formally announced who will be members of his team who will hold what positions in the government and doubts are big. Because in some of the first comments that misters Alinsky gave to the media after announcing his campaign. He said a lot of things that raised eyebrows. For example, he described IMF loans as to expensive when they are actually some of the cheapest sources of financing that Ukraine can get nowadays. So what's at stake here for Ukraine? Why did he's elections matter? There's an awful lot at stake here for Ukraine Ukraine is on the front lines of Russia's broader war with the west which started in two thousand fourteen with the annexation of Crimea. There's also an awful lot of steak for the west here unpredictable leadership in Ukraine unclear governing could complicate Ukraine's relations with western backers including the multibillion dollar loans that are needed from the IMF their key to propping up this country as it faces. P conformed debt payments this next year. So there's a lot at stake for bondholders in Ukrainian debt, for example, questions about Ukraine's leadership under misters Alinsky. And no one knows very much what to expect for him could also test the transatlantic unity behind Ukraine and Russia sanctions over Moscow's, continued aggression in Ukraine, a vacuum of power in Ukraine, should it occur under his Alinsky leadership or more infighting could also lead to instability that could make the country more vulnerable to further Russian aggression. And let's remember that Russia really seize the moment, tactically annexing, Crimea and formenting a war in eastern regions in the post revolution period of Ukraine in two thousand fourteen when there was no strong vertical of power. So high stakes in a very unpredictable situation. Remers thanks very much. Thank you.

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A new radio and podcast conference for Asia

podnews

01:52 min | 3 years ago

A new radio and podcast conference for Asia

"The latest from pod news dot net podcasts and now live on Pandora the US. Only music service. We are now. Introducing hundreds of podcasts the official blog post says the bottom of their blog post. Also contains details for submitting yours. Google is trialing News Radio station. Kind of on your smart speaker. The company is planning an equivalent to NPR one which lets you flick between individual news stories. It's unclear what this means for short form podcasts currently available on Google's news briefing. And it may be where the sixty team ended up. Spotify has published the most listened to podcasts on the platform focusing on Spotify exclusive content. Any Schumer's much promoted podcast only reaches number four most popular fest on flou- Schick, a German language podcast. Meanwhile, Canadian public service broadcaster CBC Radio Canada have announced that selected podcasts from them. And now available on Spotify. Anka is a divisive podcast host rebel base. Media's Mark asquith says in a blog post that they aren't the villain in the podcasting story that the podcasting elite would claim they are globals Dax assigned to rent present omnibus media's something, you should know. The BBC has announced box sets on BBC sounds, including a slew of new releases some content is exclusive to the BBC sounds app, which is only available within the UK a win quite sure which the Begnaud collective have published. Their one hundred outstanding podcasts of two thousand eighteen also Nick Kwa has published his top ten in culture and Sarah. Larson's best podcasts of 2018 are in New Yorker and visual podcast app. N tail has added bookmarks to their app opened the white list for their Android app and announces that then ninety one percent funded.

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"anka" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

HANNAHLYZE THIS

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"anka" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

"You can do I use one years three years or life. You take a commitment for and I've come to the end of one comedian. I was going to take another commitment and I- genu the night before remember sitting down with one of my teachers and saying I just don't know whether it's due threes life because is a really big difference between the two. Massive difference. So I in the end, I said, you know, what I'm gonna leave it. I'm gonna leave it up to the. So that the guy who was doing the ordination I really had a huge amount of kind of trust in him. And I kind of had a sense that he may be new my mind better than I did. So I just left it up to him. And he said, I think you should do three years. And then see how you feel. I'm really happy Guys that that he way. wrote the dice. Many people have greatly benefited from you not doing it for. Glading your children. What kind of Buddhism or because I know there's different strands different types of styles of meditation. So what did you learn or practice through all that time? So I started I the first five years, I really focused and it was important. So it wasn't a monk for ten years, you try, and I as a layperson then as a novice monk, and then you so you build up to taking full ordination for the first five years. I was kind of studying the Burmese tradition, which is terrible Buddhism. It's kind of easy way to think about it's the orange robes if you just think about like Thailand Anka Cambodia Vietnam, those so that tradition and the focus is very much on developing a foundation of concentration and awareness, but also a loving kindness. So they try and kind of it's it's quite a. Of course, specific environment is not a lot of joking around. I know there's no though, I was looking for that from a Mona street, but I was hoping for a little more king around told me that I'll cross that off the list because I feel like copying. There was definitely know what parliament its in house. I mean, this one worked kinda over voice. Imagine mindful hugging. Sloth rabbi. Very very slow. You take off at day. Like the had. I thought that would like I just I think that that's what like scares me. Or like, you know, obviously, the curiosity and the intrigue is more than curiosity the poll like held to do it. But I don't know that if enough of my own personal Ness has been I guess processed enough that I could it's exactly what you said about, you know, learn to swim before you jump into the debate pool because the comfort is very important to me like I love to hug I and I I do too. And I think over there were aspects of that trainings. I really liked and I really admired. And I mean, it's an incredible thing kind of just being knows paw. This two thousand five hundred year old kind of in, you know, but well, I found when I went to the Tibetan monastery was as she there was there was there was a little. Fair hockey, Nola hockey as a as a monk or numbers a little bit. But it was more than that..

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Packers trade safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix to Redskins

Our American Stories

04:56 min | 3 years ago

Packers trade safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix to Redskins

"Mandich. I'm excited about. Thanks. You know on Chinese is this a week ta where there were conversations with you and your agent about potentially getting moved was there any talk in the locker room. It was it was both. There's a lot of trade talks throughout the weekend. You know, even before the game. I was hearing about trade blocking. No one. Half one in LA. I knew that, you know, coming into Monday and Tuesday that you know. Everybody else's court. You know? Now. Only member of the Packers to be traded time Montgomery sent to Baltimore for a seventh round pick. What can you tell me about this deal? Ha-had seem strange in that there were some infighting in the locker room did tied defy coaches orders and returning a kick. Boy, don't really seem to blow up in a short amount of time. Let me I wouldn't call it a strange. Person. Most time Montgomery is one of the most humble are working to win passing the players on the team. Well, you know, do you know wash his hands and start over? Game. Family. No. People from making a mistake. I heard about it. But. We we we we've ever done. Your was talking yesterday about there being some sort of divide in the locker room that his character was being called in question. He wasn't sure who he could trust anymore. Did you sense any of that at all? Respectable guy was speaking speak his name. Not. You know? You know, who said it. No. But. You know? A lot of passion. Thank you. Former Packers safety former pro bowler Clinton Dix on sports central earlier this week with Gregg magic shortly after he learned his trade from Green Bay to Washington coming up a look at today's scoreboard. And we'll get you set for today's question of the week. Very simple. Do you believe the Packers are a playoff team? You can text in your answer now on the accurate mortgage talk and text line four one four seven nine nine one six twenty me up on Twitter at Doug Russell or you can call in coming up in ten minutes. Also, we have the news coming up in just a couple of minutes as well. We'll get you caught up on the day in the NFL. WTMJ? Opening drive presented by Potter. Wada me hotel Anka's continues. After this on six twenty WTMJ. When it comes to heated and AC problems, you shouldn't just call anybody. It's to call a company that's been around long enough to have seen almost every

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Apple helps with podcast marketing; Anchor adds smart background music

podnews

01:37 min | 3 years ago

Apple helps with podcast marketing; Anchor adds smart background music

"The latest pod news. Apple have published podcast marketing best practices and you website on how to get the word out its glossy website with hints and tips. Podcast up anchor has announced smart background music for their service. You can choose music by style or keyword, and it'll be edited into your podcast with auto dipping. Google podcast is adding support for chrome cast allowing listeners to play a podcast from their phone to connected speakers and televisions, it's still in limited release. This functionality was first spotted a mid June, and it's one of the features we considered crucial inaugurals recommendations. The guardian is getting into daily news podcasts. Again, we link to a story of what it learned. The first time it tried, prioritize is a new platform highlighted by Forbes blogger that calls it self platform for hosting production and done for you service. His for individuals and businesses that would like to podcast and we linked to month of podcasting. What I've learnt article from the host of coffee with craft the excuse. He says that podcasting is too difficult was immediately gone. Once I realized the resources that were available, he hosts with Anka. We'll have to listings for you the fourteen best documentary podcasts from discover pots reminder, cereal returns tomorrow, white and six podcasts on the future of television. For all the links stories anticipate gripe to

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"anka" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"anka" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"This is okay. Radio. Say sprang Michael's very lucky. He has f s on his license plates for Frank Sinatra. This is written by the total Anka yes. Why are we doing this on Dono. Chilly, somebody has to team. Joe tell you story about Francis Alvin Sinatra place on this date in nineteen sixty seven Frank who's playing at the sense casino in Vegas and got into a fight when he is denied credit as part of a policy put in place by the new owners of the sands in the fight Sinatra breaks to teeth drift, and then takes his talents and his money overseas of his own teeth or someone else's his own teeth. Got what somebody will pay that somebody, they'll be accounting for that because as I found out in the when I was researching the origins of my way, as you said was written by Paul Anka based on French pup song called come Debbie tude by Claude, Francois Scher, and great the late great. So anchor was in Florida, having dinner with Sinatra, and I love how they say this and a couple of mob guys. John which Sinatra said, I'm quitting the business. I'm sick of it. I'm getting the hell out. Then back in New York Anka rewrite this tune and said, this is for Frank Anka's record companies. Why writing its own. You should look at the lyrics vicious Sinatra to become a big hit later in life, though he said, I guess his daughter Tina said he hated it. He didn't like it real song stuck and he couldn't get it off his shoe. He always thought that the song was self serving and self-indulgent Jess oppose. It is a bit by the way. I don't usually do this. I had an idea in my head. I think it was my idea. I don't know that I heard it on television radio. I think it was my idea. Seven new NFL coaches this year. All seven law. Seven. That's okay. Frank Reich at home loses Matt, Patricia. Last night at home in Detroit gives up forty eight Oakland at home, Gruden loses Tennessee, Mike Gabel loses on the road giants. Pat Shurmur loses at Homebrew..

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"anka" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"anka" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"To you however morally ambiguous let's that like in terms of i think sometimes when you like you said around you everyone's doing one thing and you're like i should just sit down but i wonder if because you're again you're not drinking and you pretty clear headed and you really actually mean it can you see some of your male friends telling me like hey you should totally sleep with it can you see in their face you don't wanna do either or am i making that up like can you see the difference between guys who want to do it and are doing it and guys who don't want to do it but are frayed to look like what you're looking like yeah yeah well i think the i don't like i don't wanna do it i think if you don't wanna do it you generally not in situation you don't get pushed to do it as a as a dude you don't get go home with women you don't know guys who go home with women when i suppose usually people don't put themselves in that situation i'm only in it because i'm a comedian and i'm there and i'm being sociable talking to the show but usually you wouldn't you wouldn't be in that situation a guy where somebody's like if you're out you're out for a reason i guess or you drinking so okay bye i don't for for me i don't see i don't see many men in that situation but i will see men with a real women to without rails tonight i'm gonna sleep with somebody that's going to happen but it's a bit wade if your place if work which is the way thing about anka made because your place to work everybody else's often drinking and you'll on like i mean there are some people that can drink perform but i don't know many people kind of on it in.

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"anka" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"anka" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Look so good robbie the last trailer for it looks awesome thing well there is movie mike or mikey likes it music my anka mike on the mic anka that's a bad number one terrible to rally watch the trailer you'll change your mind it's looks the premise i mean my leyla i think they try to like get rid of all the dinosaurs all the movies but this one was room interest pratt on this one yeah okay i may check deadpool two though chantelle does look really good hollywood amy's thirty seconds skinny mirren moore's has joined the performance lineup at sunday's billboard music wards she instead we'll sing their song the middle the show airs live on in these see so walker hayes is saying that he and his wife laney they're going to have a home birth for their seventh child and it may even be a water birth the baby's due next month but he's thinking that maybe we'll come out before memorial day i'm any vector thirty seconds skinny amy so this girl amy murphy got married and then they went onto the reception you got to the part where you throw the bouquet and then somebody catches it all this is where she steps in and helps her brother propose to his girlfriend so instead of throwing whoever catches the became that's who gets married next super cute she goes over and just hands it to her brother's girlfriend like on you and then the brother gets down on me proposes and like boom so it's like a special day for the whole family they get to walk their daughter get married and their son get engaged gonna say this too i think a little more light should be shed on the fact that it was her special day and she allowed someone else to come in and make it part of their special day to yeah how and selfish that is jesus she loved it she wouldn't have had it any other way like she loves her brother and it was perfect.

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"anka" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"anka" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"The reward was so good when he started praising phillips you've more hopping and this relationship with himself i think that in terms of world class houses really only one got to recognize that several blows the academy award for best supporting actor for free billboards i said i mean missouri why are you talking so fast and then all sides just i i was going because you cut me off i was known as it isn't that for how that's a damn thing we like you saw with another we like you so much effect you will save the show today okay we like you so much that what i want next that dan is a full segment for you movie base paul anka canada are you go with that i'm great with that and i've got he ermo put it on the pole i'm apple jim right now in st louis i'm here career tournament all choir mobley we're your here with me what exercise equipment this paul fivebomb first attack when he's in the gym put it on the fall laugh tables while he's a cables guy so he was there working out i thought he was just like spotting you well i was gonna say i go to press hard you're right about that guy that gets out of the way first let me explain this movie questions baseball questions and canada question and find bomb questioned five bomb questions is that fair i then yeah i i don't know what we conversation with paul cook mike right when we wanted over five all i got it i'm doing this next you could take your time we're not gonna cut you off we love you without laboratory we love you we want you to understand that it can he's yourself when you speak around here runcie got some me okay that's a danger gone of milk again norway after you're right on two hundred miles like locomotives electric car that none of it.

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"anka" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"anka" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"This is your emotions know that i'm not using that to defend myself like the goal is to get to as a place where we can fix this and so to close you have shown in the past that you don't defend yourself what you always admit when you alone you admit if you've messed up or if you've said san things or whatever like you very open and you've proven that in the past so if i know that about you and white now in this discussion about how white i feel about my emotions i need to turn around and knowledge that maybe it is my and the chemical imbalance in me and then i have to let go and when we had that discussion even though i gain i felt like no this is real to me it's real and what my brain is telling me is what will versus what actually is happening and so yeah i walked away from that discussion and i just said okay well i know he loves me right the questions i always ask myself i know he loves me i know he cares for me i know he was once the bet what's best to me and what's best for our relationship and i know he never defends himself when he knows he's wrong supporting with these together it was really weird and heart go you know what it must be my emotions and it must be light now some chemical imbalance that i'm going through it and and that kind of just let me bring my defences down and i think that you then saw that i was willing to fix it and willing to open up and be vulnerable and anka's that becomes very vulnerable when you do that were you to say like oh i contrast trust what my brain is telling me like that's a very.

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