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Discovering the Elements of the Periodic Table

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:51 min | 10 hrs ago

Discovering the Elements of the Periodic Table

"Very first elements were discovered by early humans. The very first ones were all metals. Copper lead iron silver gold. Where some of the very first elements that humans recognized. They had no clue what an element was or an atom but they knew it was a thing and they knew that one thing like copper was different from another thing like iron by the time the end of the eighteenth century rolled around america was a newly independent country. And there were a little over two dozen known elements at the time in seventeen. Eighty nine a french chemist by the name of antoine lavazza made the first systematic attempt at trying to list all of the known elements. He came up with a list of thirty three elements in group them by known attributes. He primarily divided them into metals and non metals unfortunately many of his elements weren't really elements including things like light and heat which weren't even physical things however he did get one thing pretty much right. He defined an element as something which could not be broken down any further. Today we call them adams as the nineteenth century began in chemistry became more sophisticated analytical. There was a rush of new elemental discoveries. Dozens of new elements usually rare ones were discovered in the first half of the nineteenth century in eighteen twenty nine german chemist johann wolfgang dover. Reiner got a little closer. You notice that. Many of the elements that displayed similar properties could be grouped into threes and that the atomic weights of the elements. Were all next to each other over the next few decades as more elements were discovered chemists. Notice that there was a pattern with how elements bonded to each other. For example carbon could bond to four hydrogen atoms or could bond to two oxygen atoms however all the attempts to try to organize all of the known elements didn't work. It seemed to make sense in bits and pieces but when he tried to put it altogether. Nothing seemed to make

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‘Night Court’ Actor Charlie Robinson Dies at 75

Gary and Shannon

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

‘Night Court’ Actor Charlie Robinson Dies at 75

"Uh, Charlie Robinson died at the age of 75. You don't know the name actor Necessarily. But, um, you know, Night court? Yeah. He was the clerk on night court. Another great show of your 70 ran from 84 to 92 Most recently was on another CBS show called Mom with Allison Janney, Um, grew up in Houston. I guess he appeared in Sugar Hill nowhere to hide the river, Antoine Fisher. And a bunch of TV shows also,

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An Update on The Trial of Brice Rhodes

True Crime Garage

02:35 min | Last month

An Update on The Trial of Brice Rhodes

"We have three individuals in custody three being charged with murder and the police are hoping that one of them will turn on the others and talk now under question captain. Bryce roads denied any knowledge of what had happened to larry maurice. He did tell cops after talking to them for several hours quote. I need a lawyer man. If you're going to keep all in my face now taylor. The other individual in custody also initially refused to talk and tell detectives what he knew so police are going to turn to this antoine carter the youngest of the three and he decides to help out do the right thing and he tells police. Exactly what happened to maurice. And larry ann wan said that on the night of may twenty-first leading into the twenty second he and bryce roads and the two brothers and jacoby taylor were all hanging out at prices. Rhodes place now remember captain. I said that it was important that bryce roads mom said she was out of town when whatever went down went down ray price as successful and famous rapper guy that he claims to be in. The neighborhood lives at home with mommy. Of course that's because he's spending too much money at the job every stomachs right. So taylor in maurice get into a fight at prices place this is. What's being told to police that. Marie pulled out a knife. Bryce roads hit murray's and took the knife away then an also maintained that larry and maurice had stolen some money from bryce roads. This all these actions leading up to their murder. Now i want to be perfectly clear here captain because it's not clear to me. How much of this is true right. There was an altercation that these two boys stole from bryce roads while since chance at none of that's true but also makes it seem like they pulled a knife and then bryce took the knife away therefore it being some kind of act of self-defence right right because the rest of what an would tell. The police is basically what you mentioned on yesterday. Show that bryce roads afraid that he's going to be implicated for murder by these two young box the he decides the best way to get them not to talk to shut them up permanently and kill

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Will Smith Movie Pulls Out of Georgia Over New Voting Law

Morning Edition

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Will Smith Movie Pulls Out of Georgia Over New Voting Law

"You're listening to NPR news. Good morning from Whv News in Atlanta. I'm Lisa Ray. Um, The filmmakers of a movie about a runaway slave during the Civil War have decided not to film in Georgia this summer because of the state's new voting law, The movie star Will Smith and director Antoine Fuqua said in a statement. The Republican back law is designed to restrict voter access. This comes 10. Days after Major league Baseball moved its All Star game out of Georgia for the same reason. Governor Cam derided baseball's decision yesterday when he spoke to the Cop County Chamber of Commerce. And I want you to know that I've spent the last two weeks on the road and in more than 60 interviews standing up for our business community. Letting the world know just how

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Will Smith Movie Pulls Out of Georgia Over New Voting Law

BBC World Service

02:04 min | 3 months ago

Will Smith Movie Pulls Out of Georgia Over New Voting Law

"Of the South. But is this Hollywood verses? The South? Will Smith's upcoming movie Emancipation is canceled. Filming in Georgia in protester law changes being made by Republican politicians there. The newsroom's Jonathan Savage. Tell me more It all stems from new rules that affect how elections air running Georgia Nick No. One of the controversial provision is the 81, who wants to vote in elections by post will need to provide identification, such as a social Security card or a driver's license, then, until no identity checks have been carried out by providing two matching signatures. Republicans who run George of the state. See it will reduce the chance of fraud. These changes. But Democrats who won the state in the presidential election for the first time in more than 25 years, say the new laws will restrict voting on disproportionately affect black voters. Now, the will Smith film in question is called Emancipation. It's based on the true story of a slave who flees a plantation. And joins the northern Army in the American Civil War. Of course, the synergy between the subject of the movie on the dispute over the new laws can't be mistaken. In a statement, will Smith on the director Antoine Fuqua said. We cannot in good conscience provide economic support to a government that enacts regressive voting laws that are designed to restrict water access. And Jonathan. How was it that Georgia, particularly as a state became so important in the film, and it's a very simple answer. Nick Tax breaks up to 30% filmmakers saved money Georgia gets valuable jobs and investment and it works well for all parties. So movies like Ju Manji Contagion. Black Panther TV shows like The walking dead and stranger things all filmed in Georgia. All in all, in 2017 alone, the industry has an economic impact in Georgia, off $9.5 billion on the cost of the state, estimated to be somewhere north of $100 million would open up the absolute figure on that, but clearly there's a lot of money in it. Indeed,

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Will Smith Movie Pulls Production Out of Georgia Over GOP Voting Law

Clark Howard

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Will Smith Movie Pulls Production Out of Georgia Over GOP Voting Law

"2.5 weeks after Georgia and extra restrictive new elections law appear of Hollywood heavyweights changed their plans to film here. Will Smith and Antoine Fuqua are seeking a new state for their production of emancipation, citing Georgia's new law, stiffening absentee voting rules and allowing the GOP controlled state election board to take over county elections. Emancipation was set to begin shooting in June, with Smith playing Peter Horrifyingly whipped Louisiana Man who Escaped slavery. Georgia has enticing studio tax breaks, but Pu Kwan Smith say is the nation is trying to achieve racial justice. They cannot in good conscience provide economic support to a government that annex regressive voting laws designed to restrict

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Will Smith's Slavery Film 'Emancipation' Pulls out of Georgia Over Voting Laws

Clark Howard

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Will Smith's Slavery Film 'Emancipation' Pulls out of Georgia Over Voting Laws

"2.5 weeks after Georgia and extra restrictive new elections law appear of Hollywood heavyweights changed their plans to film here. Will Smith and Antoine Fuqua are seeking a new state for their production of emancipation, citing Georgia's new law, stiffening absentee voting rules and allowing the GOP controlled state election board to take over county elections. Emancipation was set to begin shooting in June, with Smith playing Peter Horrifyingly whipped Louisiana Man who Escaped slavery. Georgia has enticing studio tax breaks, but Pu Kwan Smith say is the nation is trying to achieve racial justice. They cannot in good conscience provide economic support to a government that annex regressive voting laws designed to restrict

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Will Smith Movie Pulls Out of Georgia Over New Voting Law

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Will Smith Movie Pulls Out of Georgia Over New Voting Law

"New voting law. Will Smith and director Antoine Few quill have pulled production of their runaway slave drama emancipation from Georgia because of the state's highly controversial new law restricting voting access. The film is the largest and most high profile Hollywood production to leave the state over the measure approved by the Republican controlled Legislature, CBS correspondent Jim Crow Sula, supporters of the law state insures fair elections. While opponents argue it's designed to reduce voting by minorities. The 21st annual black Real

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Will Smith, Antoine Fuqua Won’t Shoot ‘Emancipation’ in Georgia

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Will Smith, Antoine Fuqua Won’t Shoot ‘Emancipation’ in Georgia

"The film Emancipation, starring Will Smith will move production out of Georgia in response to that state's recently enacted voting restrictions. NPR's Bob Mondello has details. After weeks of talks between filmmakers and Georgia officials director Antoine Fuqua and actor Will Smith issued a statement. We cannot in good conscience, it reads provide economic support to a government that enacts regressive voting laws that are designed to restrict voter access. The film Emancipation bought by Apple after a bidding war is based on the story of an escaped slave who was whipped so severely When a photo of his scars was published in 18 63. It shocked the world public figures in Georgia, including Stacey Abrams had argued against moving Hollywood productions from the state. But the optics for this film struck the filmmakers as untenable.

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The History of Animal Trials

Your Brain on Facts

07:16 min | 4 months ago

The History of Animal Trials

"According to author ep evans in the criminal persecution and capital punishment of animals. There were two types of animal. Trials are strengthen and their process. Their straw phin were for capital crimes. Which would warrant the death penalty. I e homicide usually committed by pigs horses and other larger domesticated animals which were presided. Over by a secular tribunal. Their processor were judicial proceedings in ecclesiastical courts against vermin like rats mice locusts and weevils the object being to spell the vermin from the orchards. Vineyards and croplands. They were eating by means of exile extra schism or excommunication in sixteen fifty. Four sentences were handed down against of locusts in a spanish obvious. Santamaria the last sentence calling for the locusts excommunication and in order for them to leave the region in the next fourteen hours bishop alonzo de madrid excommunicated another plague of locusts condemning them to confinement in a cave and a bishop in cordova excommunicated a flock of swallows that had set up shop inside their parish. These were at best here. Eric victories just to make the people feel better. While evans's book lists nearly two hundred such cases the animals in their process cases never really seemed bothered by the ruling domestic animals. Barely listen to us. What do we expect. The wild wants to do either way. It was thought to be important that the animals have day in court. Why not just exterminate the offending critters. We're pretty good at that. Since even weevils and rats were considered god's creatures the destruction they caused must also have been part of the plan so destroying them would be an act against god's will but if the animals were tried in a church court and excommunicated or otherwise condemned then it was kind of okay for example in the fourteen eighties. The cardinal bishop of autun in france ruled against some slugs that were ruining the estate grounds under his purview. Ordered that for three days announcements be made to the slugs that they were to leave the area or be cursed. They didn't leave so it was game on for the gardeners to get rid of them. On purely legal side of things were the cases against livestock typically for murder. Apparently pigs are just mad for murder at least when it comes to humans and most cases involved them eating the victim whole or in part. This was a time when both animals and children might freely roam through fields and streets and accidents did happen. Pigs may not eat everything as people think but they will taste everything and god help you. If they find out your made of meat it reminds me of a bit from zora. Neale hurston story where the family sow gets into the kitchen where toddlers zora is alone and her mother panics. Even though the sal was less interested in eating. Mrs hurston baby than the other way around evans describes one fairly typical case from thirteen. Seventy nine in which two herds of swine were feeding together. When suddenly three pigs became agitated and charged the swine. Master's son who died from his injuries. All of the pigs from both herds were tried and fort after due process of law were condemned to death on appeal. All but the three instigating piggies were later pardoned. The courts really do seem to have put effort to try animals in the same way they would humans which is less woke than it. Sounds when you remember how readily the death sentence was handed out in those days. I've never tried to hang a pig. But given their incredibly muscular necks. I imagine it doesn't go easily. Also high ranking in the crimes animals could be charged with was bestiality. Although those cases were usually known to go in the animals favor both the human and the animal might be put to death but sometimes the case could be made that the animal was not at fault as it didn't consent to participate in the act so it wasn't punished if they were convicted. The animal might actually be imprisoned with the human who got them in the mess in the first place. In those cases the owner of the animal was charged for the animals care and feeding as a sort of second hand punishment for as much as. I'd like to say that animal. Trials are brutish fossil symbolic of a decayed era gratefully forgotten and i've got stickers for anyone who can identify that movie quote without googling it cases persistently pop up even in more recent times in tennessee in nineteen sixteen. An elephant named. Mary murdered her trainer. The strangest verse of the cell block tango ever and was hanged with crane in nigeria. In two thousand nine a goat was arrested. After a mob of vigilantes told police it was a shape shifting car thief no word on how that case turned out of all the creatures critters and creepy crawlies that plagued late medieval france. None could hold a candle to the weevil ricochets artists not to be confused with the palmetto. Weevil rinca forests fabricius the largest weevil species. You might say are. Eras is the lesser of two evils. Working the first complaint against the insects was made by a group of grape growers in fifteen forty five which resulted in a proclamation for the public to atone for their sins in hopes that the weevils would leave and it worked a generation later though the weevils returned and the town was forced to take them to court lawyer. Antoine filial was appointed the weevils public defender after all. It's hard to carry cash in carapace. So they reason. The weevils wouldn't be able to pay for representation feel argued that his clients had been placed on earth by god along with the food that they needed to survive. And it wasn't the bugs fault at that food happened to belong to some local farmers. The prosecution who i will picture being played by sam waterston and his glorious eyebrows contended that animals are meant to be subordinate to man and the weevils towing the line. The villagers believed their sins. Brought the pests. But the pests were part of god's plan but but humans are supposed to have dominion over animals so they should be able to do with them as they darn well please this back and forth. Stalemate is the central theological paradox of animal trials. Maybe i'll recast the da as linus roache.

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"antoine" Discussed on Discomfortable

Discomfortable

05:25 min | 5 months ago

"antoine" Discussed on Discomfortable

"Did did they do this or am i feeling this because of xyz no in search trauma here because there is a distinguishing. If there's something very important about not confusing authenticity. Four lake shock factor. Almost or or. Just you know saying the hard thing because you think it's like everyone's thinking and again. That's there's a place for that. But i think that compassionate. Or where's the compassion empathy in the authenticity. Trying to share all the time because it's not as black and white as as we try to make it. Yeah exactly like it's great. The people who have that courage to just be like this is my truth but i think the key. They're just as you're saying it's like well that's your truth. Not maybe the truth and if it if it is constantly being forced onto other people that serve that can be really impressive liberating for them but oppressive for everyone else executive opportunity for all of us to meet in the middle and be like. I don't even know if this is true. But this is what's coming up for me. And i just wanna be clear about it. This is. this is what. I'm feeling interpreting. Maybe it's not even true for you. And i want more of the courage to say stuff and it sounds like on the other side. There's room for like you said more of the compassionate and self awareness that this is just one opinion one process and it's hard right especially with what's going on in the world today there so much. There's so much nasty in politics and in business and they're so much just it that it's very it would be very easy And sometimes is easy for me to jump to the conclusion that someone perspective is just beyond They're just i don't like i. I wouldn't even know how to deal with that. I don't even know how to engage with someone who's james at wing right but again. I think that that's why curiosity here is only still poor..

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"antoine" Discussed on Discomfortable

Discomfortable

04:21 min | 5 months ago

"antoine" Discussed on Discomfortable

"Feel lighter. I feel lighter time. I really step into my courage And i feel more like like just more whole if that makes sense does kill again fragmenting myself. Yeah yeah i resonate with that so much like there's this line and and shame and fear are saying don't cross that line. Don't cross that line on the other side of that line is disconnection rejection pain all this stuff and so like it's so hard to cross the line and it's uncomfortable but then every time i do it i get to the other side and i'm like wait. This is not that much spine so it just as you said it's like i'm i'm reconditioning my body so that it's like doesn't fear that line as much anymore because it's convinced gradually like remember. We stepped over that line. Big time the other day and it worked out well so yeah. It really is like kind of like training. Almost it is our brain. Crazy are breaking just like routine so much information and i use that word crazy in. I don't mean to lake you know. Use it in the derogatory way. But it's just like there's just so much happening and so much that we're pulling from that we are in aren't.

"antoine" Discussed on Discomfortable

Discomfortable

06:34 min | 5 months ago

"antoine" Discussed on Discomfortable

"And I got a text message from someone who essentially which is to give me feedback about some copy. I had shared about event coming up that i have And if she was in docker. I'm talking about because we had this whole exchange so the bacchus shared my response is the attack message. Never good idea by the way like don't have real conversations about things via text ever. that's just a rule of them but was tart. Because i the way the question landed on mir the way the feedback landed on me. I was feeling fear. I was feeling anxiety right curious as my baby so often i have to remind myself to separate myself from the thing i'm creating because it's not me. It's just this thing. I put out into the world that i hope is helpful but it isn't me as a person So whenever anything about it is Critique you know i'm sensitive. I'm sensitive about it just like anyone would be. I think course. yeah so my response was tar. You know she could pick up on it via tags and then kind of still gave me the feedback. And then i had to process and then i came back and had to be like. I'm so sorry. I was tired. I want this feedback to be clear and then explain everything. I just shared with you about like. Here's where i'm at like mrs. Why responded this way but again. Just to be clear lake. I apologize and always want feedback. So don't take my response as indication that you did anything wrong. I'm just sharing with you kind of how this landed..

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"antoine" Discussed on Discomfortable

Discomfortable

05:44 min | 5 months ago

"antoine" Discussed on Discomfortable

"I'm imagining that. There is a delicate balance there of company choosing certain values about or certain boundaries. I guess like were you know were. Maybe sex is not going to be a topic. It's comfortable here but we do really want to promote like on. Its sharing and stuff like that. So i wonder how that plays into your thinking. So that's interesting. You say that. Because i was just sharing So for example. And that's why to me the community aspect so important and especially so that. I can stay authentic to want to do this. I wanna talk about corn. And i wanna talk about coop. I wanna talk about again. The thing that we've kind of put in corners of our society that we're not really supposed to share. I wanna talk about those weird things in the workplace. Do i want to host. An event that i hosted an event last february that was entitled porn and puppets and it was about you know sex education and ethical porn Consumption what that means for some folks No like maybe not because you don't want right and there is kind of a this this idea of How far how far do we want to deviate from professional environment. I definitely that's a fair question. So the community aspect of curious is important to me. Because i want i still want to be able to talk about those things i still want to be able to talk about the things that everyone has sex. Everyone poops everyone. You know does does something that we assign a lot of scenes. You talk about those things that curiosity driven with with consciousness and really being constable were coming from But in the workplace. I think that you know what we need to be better at is be emotional relationship. We have with each other. And i think that for me. That's what i bring in two. Or that's what i've i've been bring into teams and organizations is really creating experiences. Let's say a team Not for example. I had a client recently. Their team struggling with Intergenerational work is is is kind of a part of the deal so you have different generations working together that have very different ways of Navigating communication especially with technology being as prevalent as it is now an older done ration- so much so how'd you come to a space where you have to work together. Your work is interdependent. But you kind of view communication very differently and i curated experience for them. I was like a two session workshop.

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"antoine" Discussed on Discomfortable

Discomfortable

04:00 min | 5 months ago

"antoine" Discussed on Discomfortable

"I fell in love with be study and the kind of complexity and the multidisciplinarity of communication and also business and i got those too because international business because when i grew up when i was growing up i remember my mom or someone in my family asking me what i want to do. I grow grew up. And i always said a teacher and Still to this day. That i will never forget the reaction which is basically what you going to do like. What are you going to do with that. What you mean you wanna be a teacher and it was instinctual. I think kids know. I think kids have sense for like what they're good at or what they want to do what they can bring to the world but we kind of lose that and that's a whole different conversation but for me the communication. The business together was like okay. I am going to pursue not necessarily maybe education per se. But i'm going to pursue communication always interested me probably because there was maybe lack of communication growing up and that's a whole nother story but i got goes dual degrees. I didn't end up doing anything. Right out of undergrad. That had to do with any of those and actually went into higher education administration which kind of beers knee back towards the education. That i always knew. I wanted to be kind of centered in and then Weil at san diego state university. Where i got my first professional role in first full time professional role in higher. Ed i actually also pursued a second masters in communication. And i think that's partially because i knew that higher ed had served so well so far. In terms of my undergraduate experiences was student leader involved etc and in graduate school it paid for my graduate schooling and i was able to kind of again like learn so much but also like not have. I didn't have the means to pay for college and graduate school at and those and higher. Ed really provided me with that..

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"antoine" Discussed on Discomfortable

Discomfortable

04:58 min | 5 months ago

"antoine" Discussed on Discomfortable

"The training wheels to me means of Introducing and providing an opportunity for us to kind of not be so careful. Like i think train i think of training wheels as like you. You put them on on a bike. Typically when you're a kid and you are just you know you need that to like he steady and i think we start to knee. We we need to start learning how to balance kind of all of the varying nuances of communication in such a way that we're not afraid of falling falling his. Okay you can get back up. So that's kind of the the big metaphor there. I mean i resonate with your mission so much like it's it's so connected and juicy for me to all the things that that i love and i think that that's such an important point that you can make a mistake in conversation and that in fact that can be a better conversation in a way is that right. Yeah exactly and i mean you know just to keep it to the bike metaphor. Because i actually don't think i've ever thank you for asking. I've explained this before. But i don't think i've ever shared it with the bike four so vividly like riding tip of my brain and i think when we fall off bikes as we learn a lot from that fall. And you know if if we're gonna get lake meta about this. I mean there's very cliche. I guess to talk about like backup you fall and you know The kind of resilience that teaches us. But i think that we don't crack this that resilience often enough in communication in interacting with each other. We kind of assume that or maybe not a student but we we kind of operate with the sense of. I have to say the perfect thing. It has to be packaged in this way and i just don't think that's very realistic. So i i'm curious is really about moving away from that and and trying really hard to focus on what we can learn even if we don't have the training wheels on I love that because of course shame is so connected to making a mistake and shame saying don't make a mistake and that becomes perfectionism and one of my mentors at the center for healing shame. Brett lion talks about curiosity as being one of if not the opposite of shame it saying the opposite. It's saying like accept things and move deeper into them rather than hiding things and being perfect so it seems so like curious. It's almost like your whole brand is the opposite of shame. Does that fit. Yes yes yes yes and it feels so good to hear Obviously i've read a lot about curiosity and about communication which is kind of my is which not kind of it is my educational background and i have just been trying to find the right words to kind of bring together to get people to understand the the true depth and importance of this because i think your mentor. Mentors one hundred percent right. I think that curiosity and if we start to question the things that either recos uncomfortable or on put us into pockets of shame or did bring up really any quote unquote negative emotion for us. What can we discover from matt curiosity and get that to me. That's the goal. yeah totally it's almost. It's it's both like ever present conversation and yet not something that people focus on as much as they could. So i'm i'm so curious. What has your journey been. That led you to this being passion ho boy where we even start right. I mean where has where. What has the journey ben. I'm still on the journey. Ray and i think that's just important to say because for.

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"antoine" Discussed on Discomfortable

Discomfortable

01:46 min | 5 months ago

"antoine" Discussed on Discomfortable

"I want to be or creates or be a part of a movement of folks who are saying but thing that needs to be said even. It's uncomfortable even when it means. Knee be being a little bit at risk right or maybe even when it it. It brings up a lot of emotion for us. I want that in the workplace. I want that in my personal life to me. That's the goal and getting comfortable with michelle antoine. Our guest this week is the creator and founder of curious consulting. Their tagline is taking the training wheels off of talk michelle. Thanks for joining me. Thank you so much for having me. So i'm so intrigued by this phrase. This tagline taking the training wheels off talk. What does that mean for you. Yeah so taking the training wheels off talk to me. And as the tagline of curious means to give room for become flexibility and nuances of conversation and communication. I think often we try to give the perfect sound bites. We try to package what we feel what. We mean What we care to say. And that's in the works in our personal lives. In such a way that it kind of dilutes it and removes true meaning and drew may be Discomforts some the unintended From.

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Storylines galore as Brady and Mahomes hook up in Super Bowl

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Storylines galore as Brady and Mahomes hook up in Super Bowl

"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers continue their week of preparation for Super Bowl fifty five with another practice session at their facility Thursday offense of tackle Donovan Smith explains how he and his teammates have improved in protecting quarterback Tom Brady over the course of the season we talk about every day it's only got there on the field in which we know as long as you know we will establish we also you know at the beginning we were just trying to brings together all of us where we would go group go slow and judge were Syrians said safeties Antoine Winfield junior Jordan Whitehead and wide receiver Antonio brown all practiced for a third straight day but any determination of whether they'll play Sunday will be made until after Friday's session Steve Carney Tampa

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Buccaneers get ready for Super Bowl

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Buccaneers get ready for Super Bowl

"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers held their second practice of the week in preparation for Super Bowl fifty five Wednesday at their practice facility for defensive lineman and Donna can sue this week is all about trying to finally reach the pinnacle of his profession this is the second time around in I look for to have an opportunity to close that out because I've been very blessed to be able to have individual career that has many accolades but ultimate goal is to have the team accolade less liberty trophy head coach Bruce Arians said wide receiver Antonio brown safeties Antoine Winfield junior Jordan Whitehead and linebacker Lavonte David were all limited the Buccaneers will again practice Thursday as they get ready to host the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs Sunday at Raymond James stadium Steve Carney Tampa

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Meet the Media

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Meet the Media

"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers began their week of preparations for Super Bowl fifty five by sitting down for media day held virtually this year because of the covert nineteen pandemic head coach Bruce Arians says wide receiver Antonio brown and safety Antoine Winfield junior who both missed the NFC championship game in Green Bay continue to progress toward possibly playing this week the box will be the first team to play Super Bowl in their home stadium when they take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Raymond James stadium Sunday evening Steve Carney Tampa

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"antoine" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

05:57 min | 6 months ago

"antoine" Discussed on Drum History

"Look into the drum history podcast. I'm your host bartenders. E and today we're joined by. Thomas antoine in france thomas. Welcome to the show. Thank you bought and happy new. You're happy new year. It's it's great to have you here. This is There's there's certain shows that are very Unique because they're more like scientific and they're more on their about drumming but they're they're really a little different than the the average Show about the history of the company. So yes so today. We're talking about the history of acoustics And really how it relates to drums and all that good stuff which you have a background in and are kind of an expert on acoustics so That being said why don't we hop right in and you teach us The amazing history of acoustics. Okay well thank you for for hosting me on the on the social but and A prepaid some some some some kind of timeline. Talking about the high story. If i could sticks and you'll see you'll see by the end that that eat. It's really Related to to history of drums. It begins at the same time in history and the latest developments are ready contemporary. So well as our instrument is so when you take a look at at the other the global history or history starts the sixth century bc and the engine greeks and namely a tiger is not that the set of some set of strings with rational length ratio. would lead to pleasant sound that this was probably the first connection between an observation of of a sound perception and a math and and and the geometry and the length of strings. And things like that and then later on aristotle to to to center after Concluded that the sound would be about motion of air and there was you know link between sound and motion and then Thirteen to reduce e some academics assumed at the time that the sound will propagate propagate like a wave with whatever perception we could have at the wave of a wave at the time which would be a ripple in the on the on the top of what a face on which you in which you throw a stone you know and then the probably a fought for wider structure. The the history of of Textural acoustic stoute's.

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"antoine" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

02:12 min | 7 months ago

"antoine" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

"Are sitting on the sidelines. So it's kind of open up. The doors for a lot of these deals that most of the time i have competition now have very little after a perfect are so let me ask antwon does will do. You have like so. Let's say so. I wanted to any type of information. Do give you know maybe by from you or look or anything is a mighty house. Some people are listening to their life. And i want more. I want to be able to learn how to sell turnkey properties. You have anything that the education that you offer any by. Yeah so. I have a book on amazon in pretty much. It's called a millennials guide to investing in cash flowing rentals. You can go to search my name. Ansel martell on amazon is a couple of bucks to buy the book. Pretty much explains. it's there's no bullshit in his the very directed very short and sweet but pretty much. Exactly how i did everything how. I built my teams on the ground to do it again. How do everything mimic everything so please feel free to go. Buy that book and also my instagram. I post a lot of content and always like publising different things. I'm doing so probably the best thing. Follow me on instagram. At martell antoine pose a ton of content. And then if i'm doing special things or stuff like that all about as well. Earth are will definitely guys era to bach as make sure you follow as one on instagram as well to amish reichler at least that he mentioned as well his amazon to appreciate you coming on this absolute on a game share people. Don't think that one building play monopoly life more have you have. You played the cash flow board game monopoly on steroids. My favorite game leah. Yeah absolutely thanks. Amount of show was being here. Guys my Liga out see you. On the next of thanks. For listening to escaping the rei newbies own podcast at www dot escaped the newbies zone dot.

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Washington DC man charged with killing man driving car with baby inside

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Washington DC man charged with killing man driving car with baby inside

"Shooting death of a man who was shot in a car with a baby inside. The victim, identified as 35 year old Antoine Pierce of District Heights, crashed after being shot Friday afternoon at 21st Street and Benning Road in northeast. The baby was not hurt, and NBC four confirms the baby's been returned to his mother. Today. 26 year old Jamal Thornton of Northeast was arrested and is charged with second degree murder. The state

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Suspect Arrested in Shooting Death of Washington DC Man

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 8 months ago

Suspect Arrested in Shooting Death of Washington DC Man

"In a shooting death of a man who was shot in a choir with a baby inside. The victim, identified his 35 year old Antoine Pierce of district tights crashed after being shot Friday afternoon at 21st and Benning Road in northeast The baby was not hurt and NBC for confirms the baby's been returned to his mother Today. 26 year old Jamal Thornton of Northeast was arrested and is charged with second degree murder.

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‘Random Robbery’: 18-Year-Old Charged With Capital Murder In Connection To Eddie Hassell Slaying, Dallas

Donna and Steve

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

‘Random Robbery’: 18-Year-Old Charged With Capital Murder In Connection To Eddie Hassell Slaying, Dallas

"Texas Police have made an arrest in connection with the murder of actor Eddie Hassle. Dallas resident John Antoine 18 was taken into custody Wednesday on a capital murder charge, according to the Grand Prairie Police Department. That's a town in between Dallas and Fort Worth. Investigators say that he killed Haskell while stealing a car belonging to the actors girlfriend. So this was like a robbery gone bad. Early in the morning, he was on the surface. The kids are all right. He played a role in that Oscar nominated film and a bunch of other films. If you look at design, Devi, you're like, Oh, yeah, yeah, I'm just one of those actors that it's very sad because, you know, he was very young, only 30 years old, and I bet his girlfriend is just devastated. So terrible,

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Steelers' Maurkice Pouncey wears name of fallen officer on helmet amid team drama over decal

Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Steelers' Maurkice Pouncey wears name of fallen officer on helmet amid team drama over decal

"Has been benched. After wearing the name of a fallen police officer for Sundays Week two game against the Denver Broncos. He wore the name of Kelly in the back of his helmet. Kelly, one of three Pittsburgh police officers were killed. The steel is about the team had already decided to wear the name of Antoine Rose Junior on their helmets. Hey, is killed by Pittsburgh Police in £2018. He said he would wear the fallen officer and that has got him a seat. On the bench of our leading team rules story three.

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18-year-old arrested in connection to cold case murder in Oklahoma

Rush Limbaugh

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

18-year-old arrested in connection to cold case murder in Oklahoma

"An 18 year old already in jail for allegedly killing an elderly Oklahoma city woman and setting her house on fire in May now also accused in a cold case murder. The story from Jacqueline Scott Antoine Thomas is now accused of killing 82 year old Cuco George in March. 2016 At her home when he was 13 firefighters found 78 year old Sara Cleveland's body May 22nd. The two women lived just blocks from each other. Police say a man has admitted

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"antoine" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths

Discovered Wordsmiths

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"antoine" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths

"A is a large reason why I adore that movie. Well. I know. Looking at again I. Haven't read your books yet. But just looking at the covers and what you described of it, it sounds very different and i. that's I'm like man that sounds something. I Really WanNa read. It's funny. I was just watching another video talking about tropes in fantasy and named all these tropes. It's like Yeah Lord of the Rings and Sanderson stuff in Huila time and Harry. Potter, they all have all these tropes. tropes and agents are bored with it. Agents don't want to see it anymore. Everybody's read it. They all know it. It's kind of a joke and and looking at gone. Yeah, every single one of these is like white characters with white writers. No wonder turns out the same. You know it's. It's so boring, and that's one of the great things of our country is. We have all this culture? We have all these different. People from different lands come together, but we still have the same boring stories coming out, so I find it exciting. When I ran into your your books, I saw him on reads as like. The Sky is the one I saw and I'm like that looks like a cool. Book just looking at the cover, and that's why I searched you out so for me. I think it's cool and exciting to be able to see these stories that you know who wants another. Harry Potter who wants another Lord of the Rings. We've got enough of those. Do. You think that. That's one of the things keeping you go in right now. And do you think your future books are? Go go along the same lines keeping that definite cultural focus. Might you veer veer off of that a little bit No, definitely a beverly books, as my imprint is a Pan African brand, so that's not going away I. I don't think ever but also what? My has more meaning than that, too, because my last name Isn't actually my birth name I was born Antoine Bailey of..

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"antoine" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths

Discovered Wordsmiths

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"antoine" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths

"You may not know, but authors did have gotten their foot on the author career. Path here what they've done to get there and where they want to go now settled back. It's time for a bid of inspiration and advice. Come listen today's discovered wordsmith. Hey welcome to another episode of discovered wordsmiths. This is upset ten, so glad you've come to this one today's talk with Antoine Band delay and a great talkie, and some great stories out there and he's really an inspiration. He's been doing this on youtube for a while. He kinda got. Out on his own big because of star wars, and now he's transitioned into doing author while work in writing, but he also has a web page. Where has posters and t shirts? And he bases his folks on his family's ancestry in African history, and it's really great talk with him. He's really exciting to listen to it. If you would like to check out his books, you can find him. Anton Antoine Band Les. Dot Com. please. Take a moment. Listen to this. Check him out and here's Antoine. Antwon, thank you very much. I appreciate you taking some time to talk to me today. I really loved your cover your book. I haven't gotten it yet to read. but I've just had to find out a little bit more about you and talk to you so before we delve into the writing and publishing told me a bit about who you are your background in some of the things you do besides writing. How far back do you WanNa? Go online high school back. Are we going? Back five years. Whatever you think is relevant. That's fine. I mean you don't look very young, or you don't look very old in your pictures. I imagine it shouldn't take too long. Well so I would I'll maybe go like six years back. In the reason for that is because that's when I first. Went self employed so I used to work for apple retail, so I was one of those guys who you would come in and ask questions about your new phone or why you know, the battery is dying in US having to say like. Oh, be because you know this and that, and then it later coming out that like yeah, we actually do you know hurt your batteries intentionally for the technology part? Right right. So I left there in twenty fifteen, and the reason for that and the catalyst for that was star wars and. So that's the basis of it, but the reason for it was because I started, or I had a youtube channel since two thousand seven, almost like you came out, but I was at that point pudding like short films and and skits, and like gig reviews on there, but not necessarily much else, but then star wars came back and I was like kind of like. Actually, I was into star was in high school to get back into. It now is doing this thing called the versus series where I put two fictional characters together, and that started expanding out in with the popularity of star. Wars my channel kind of like know with it, and I was like hey. I. Don't need to be here anymore at Apple, so let me. Let me just. Do this youtube thing, and so I did that and doing freelance work for other channels like editing and graphics. Expanded to like average, hard less air bender, which is now my my biggest thing right now. in that taught me over the past. Up until two thousand seventeen publishing taught me how to work for myself. And just you know how to be my own entrepreneur, and in that I think I was watching game of thrones at the time, because I was part of one of my channel, things.

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"antoine" Discussed on The Current

The Current

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"antoine" Discussed on The Current

"He calls the Tuba the underdog of the orchestra and it's a role that he can really identify with given his own life story. White grew up in Baltimore the son of an alcoholic mother. He was often homeless and in documentary about his life called Raw Tuba. He returns to the local park that he went to as a child. And this waterfowl has got to be just as old as me. Because that's where I would drink and bathe if I needed to. I can barely reach this. I would be like this step on this in the water with and we do this. Still words deaths emotional my bad through man his bathroom in a public park. That childhood did not define the rest of his life. And that is where the Tuba comes back into the story. Richard Antoine White came to Ottawa. This week to speak at a screening of that documentary about him. It was hosted by the National Arts Centre Orchestra. Richard Good Morning Good Morning. What is it about that moment? In that documentary at the Old Water Fountain. That was so emotional for you. I think I had suppressed a lot of my pass and the film directors actually had some credibility issues. Because I was so young. They're like four. How do you remember all this? And it's like I don't know maybe if you drive around this neighborhood I'll just tell you to stop if I recognize something. I recognized the park. We got out the car and went to the Water Fountain and what really broke me down. As I realize how small I had to be I could not reach the spout so I would have to climb. The water found threes. And then unfortunately when I got to the top two dispoute couldn't reach the pedal so and that moment I realized. Oh man that's why I ended up in the fountain because they couldn't reach the war couldn't reach the pedals so I said to heck with it. I'm going in and all those emotions came back in. I was flooded with memories of a past that I had forgotten. What do you remember about as you mentioned your your four years old? So there's a lot of things you don't remember. What do you remember about life than every day was about having fun finding my mom and finding something to eat? I often shared a story of. I learned the technique of chewing food and in putting it into my tongue. Because I know when I would eat again what I remembered most is that I was unaware of what I had and didn't have. It was just me and mom and all I cared about. Every day was being kid in finding mom. What do you mean finding mom while my mom had her issues with alcoholism so I would have to search the neighborhoods to local park the hang out spots and find her and some nights? I was unsuccessful saw I would crawl into an abandoned house wherever I could find shelter sometimes even just under a tree on a piece of cardboard. What do you remember about your mom Wow now I remember and I hold dear to my heart that she was actually a hero. It must've took a tremendous amount of carriage and embarrassment for her to give me up. She realized that she couldn't provide for me. So she may wanted to hottest choices. Anyone with a cat out there understand and gave me up so that I can have an opportunity to have a better life. Tell me about the family that you ended up in because this is a huge part of Your Life. Taking a different path It's extraordinary when I first got there all. I knew I was angry at them because they took me away from. My mom is shown to be. My mom had all kinds of issues. I didn't know what a bid was for. I built a makeshift tent. One day and my adopted rich Mcclain freaked out. He's I think he can't breathe. He built some breathing device. He said Lord Richard. He just sleeping because I would take a bath. They will put pajamas on. I know pajamas were. I'll put my dirty clothes on asleep on the floor because that's what I was used to. What did music mean to you? I mean how? How were you first introduced to music? You know a group of people came to my elementary school fourth grade with a whole bunch of instruments. I nudge my friend Dante who plays trumpet and I said. Hey man we should trump and I got three thousand. You can't be hard boy. Was I wrong so I've picked trumpet and I was GonNa Repeat Fourth Grade. They thought I was too big to fail again. And so my parents had to brilliant idea to take the trumpet and they just told me if you want this trumpet back either. Turn things around. I've never failed since that's trumpet. How did you end up at the tube? I was number eighteen and falstaff middle school. I was not happy because it even after number eighteen there were still about eight. More trump is to go. I looked back and saw sousaphone is that what is that. I WANNA play that because it was only one. The rest is history. I played to be there and I got football injury. I broke my hip so I was like well. I guess football is over. Showed up to Baltimore. School yards a day after auditions director. Just happened to be there and he looked mean faces. What are you doing here? Additions were yesterday and I said but I'm here. Now he thought that was the boldest thing ever since the story that's told in this film it's amazing because as you said the additions had already passed and you just kind of waltz in and thinks that you can audition for this prestigious art school I did. I don't know a one in a million. I don't know how that happened but I did. Why did they take you? He said there were something there he said you know. We went upstairs and he said. Do you know what note this is like? Yeah this and he said. Yeah but what is it called? I said this pushed down. The I vowed and said wait a minute. You can't re music. I had learned to read music on a cassette tape boob. Stop the tape when you have mastered b-flat moved to see Boop boop so that's how I learned to play Tuba in a practice room He heard something special about me or maybe he saw will talk to the other brass faculty and I was admitted into the school for the arts out of every six hundred they may accept thirty five. Kids what is it about the two that you loved even when you started playing. What was it about that instrument that kept you there? No one notices the Tuba and all across the world. We see homeless people or children in need and we go about our business. The tube is much like that. Everyone thinks that its own part on par. I'm just like Tubby the Tuba Man. I just WANNA play the melody. I want to show people that the Tuba can do whatever instrument can do so. I think I actually relate to the Tuba and I'm drawn to it because I think it's a phenomenal instrument. And it's just getting started and that's why you see an underdog kind of instrument is because it's tucked away and people don't notice it puts in many ways A core part of of the orchestra and it has a great sound to you. Can't you can't avoid. You can't ignore the sound of the Tuba? Oh so glad. You said that you just made me smile. That's awesome so you're sitting in a studio next to Powell of Yours Chris Lee. He is the principal Tuba player for the National Arts Centre Orchestra in Ottawa. Chris Good morning to you. Good morning how did you meet? Richard Richard and I met in my first week. Dumai Masters at Indiana University and we quickly became friends close friends. How does that happen? I mean what was it that drew you to him. Oh we have. We had the same goals so and they were very unique and intense ambitious goals so we would push each other. We became quite competitive In Tuba and basketball video games everything and it was a sort of a family. He's like my brother so it's very competitive but with a lot of love competitive how I mean what? What are you competing for? Well what we do is is very difficult. goal to accomplish to get into an orchestra playing. Tuba like when I my first job in Canada was in Winnipeg symphony. And when I won that audition it was the first to position that was open in thirteen years in Canada. So they're sort of generational positions. They're very difficult to come. By and We both knew that what.

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"antoine" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"antoine" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Golden diamond source Antoine. How you doing buddy Antoine doing? Yeah. How about you? Antoine Galvin is the guy in the bunny shoot. All right antwon. I thought when I saw the video that it was fake. I thought that the they just did a some of the on a suit and tried to east again and go viral. Yeah. Wasn't the case. Do you feel like you're here today? That's what I'm being called today. But I wouldn't say I'm loopier, I would just say I was doing the right thing. Hey. Just sent me something. From Tampa Bay dot com. This is the guy fighting the Easter bunny suit who is being herald as heroin. Orlando him turned out to be a fugitive from New Jersey, the Pasco we a criminal on this. County show days six to ten and on the phone five. Now back to drew Garoppolo live my life came to pay says, this is my ways. Tuesday. On Friday for our four twenty spectacular. I would suggest checking out social media or the vote online dot com for the visuals that went along with the Klanbake dude you to one.

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"antoine" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"antoine" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"And I just wanted something that's becoming more important few to tell stories like this. There's is elements of exploring racial strife in magnificent seven as well. Is that something as as you get older homemaker that you went to explore a little bit more. Absolutely. I mean, seems like we're seeing more division in the world. Seems like a lot of young people are lost and confused about where they stand in a world, especially African Americans. There's a tendency to feel like you don't belong, and I see a lot of young people making bad decisions going down the wrong path. Getting involved with gangs? Yeah, things like that. And that's only going to end badly, you know, not gonna. There's no, you're gonna get buried alive, buried in prison for the rest of your life. And I'm trying to find a way to speak to them to movies or whenever I meet them, give them some insight. Some direction miles was really important because stores close to my own of, you know, one bad decision could win another way, you know been in those rooms with those guys, they'll use, you're paying the anger suffering and get you to do something, you know that you should shouldn't do. And then then they throw you under the bus and you're sitting in prison life chains, and they're fine, and they're good over there having a good time. So I'm always trying to find a way in and and also what I'm trying to say, movies as we got to help each other. If you look at the movies southpaws different because it was about a father and that movie was about, you can't be a half author. You got to be a full father no matter how successful you are and life at what you do. You still. Got to be a day if you got children. Right? And if that centerpiece the mother and for that movie was taken away from you, you got to step up your game. You can't be absent dead, right? There's no, there's no excuse for that. And so I. Going around in circles, but I'm. I guess what I'm trying to say as we got to be accountable and responsible. Yeah, as a parent and as people at society, we have to. Help each other more. Right. A lot of people can't help themselves. They just can't. They're not in a position financially. Arches emotionally are Bill, have the knowledge or the connections. And sometimes I just feel like we're in a society where people just don't give a fuck if it's not affecting you, they don't care. And that's just wrong and magnificent seven. Is that seven samurai? Was that equalizers that even when I did tears of the sun the it was about that. Yeah. No, it's always coming down to helping people that can't help themselves somehow and is not always money. It can just be some people just need somebody to fucking talk to man or somebody a kid just need somebody to say, you have talent. You're going to be okay. Yeah, simple things you can paint. You can direct you can do. Yeah. I mean, that's the whole point one as director for me the whole point back to king quickly, but not to step on it was of course. It was more for kids. It was more for kids in ghettos just, you know whether success for not that I did it. I did a film about something outside of my comfort zone completely different. From my world, I come from kit. May wanna make a movie about being on the moon, you need a reference. Sometimes sometimes they need to be able to say, well, Antoine did film about this or that, and he's African American. So why can't I? Maybe they'll do a better, but so what? Why not? Right. Why not try it at a shot. So that's the whole point. I don't know. Vagit has a question and I think he did. And then some I could talk to you all this. Have to let you go people banging on the glass whiskey away from here. Thanks for the question three and a couple of years time give me two or three years..

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"antoine" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"antoine" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Com and CBS sports in Callaway golf, and that was great with Antoine few Kwa tomorrow shows all about the kids. Okay. I mean by that, I don't know. To children's books have been written new children's book series. The authors will be here in studio tomorrow. Their names are Tony and Lauren Dungy, right? And man who's new comedy. Special noble ape is in theaters and also in theaters hotel Transylvania three, which my daughter at age four is nonstop talking about wanting to go see every single times and you see the Dracula character which as you know as voiced by Adam Sandler while the movie posters. That's all she wants to do. Jim gaffe again will be here very, very funny on Friday show. We haven't had the last time he was here was when von Miller was here. It's a couple years ago he put on von Miller. Put on von Miller. Can't take gold chain had to been damn near seven figures. What's the final poll results on today's show? Looking at how you think Tiger Woods is gonna fair in the British Open or the open championship makes the cut fifty. Two percent top ten finish thirty six percent. What optimists out there missed the cut thirteen. He's not missing this. I just watched t off right now. They just showed another stinger iron off the tee. I mean, he doesn't even need a gravel what I haven't seen him hit would the whole day the apex of the ball flight was seventy six feet. That's it. All right, that'd be near the do and it was center cut, and it was rolling like the day is long which it is because it's almost eight o'clock right there and it doesn't look like the sun's about the set. Man, that's the open championships, Kevin Kisner as we go off the air still leading in the clubhouse. He's been sitting there for quite some time at five hundred four. So we'll keep an eye on that tomorrow. The Dungy's will be here and so we'll Jim gaffe again, hashtag scoops four, Stu Stuart, Scott would have been fifty three years old today and his daughters remembering their dad and his love of ice cream. Go grabbing ice cream with your loved ones by yourself, self it, put it up on Twitter or any Instagram hashtag scoops for stew. We'll see you on front. Shut it down John Taffer you probably know me 'cause I've rescued thousands of bars, hundreds of them on TV. That's your future. I'm also a best selling author and I've owned and operated a bunch of other businesses by now. I'm here on podcast.

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"antoine" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"antoine" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"It was you know how much can i get you to do for free kind of a thing and i you know and i and i got that and i did as as much as i could do i couldn't travel to to promote but i you know i did i did a couple of wj things and but it was it was you know he was very supportive of the movie and look antoine's a friend of mine we you know there was a lot of negotiate you know the rewrites on that movie that that southpaw that you know didn't work and so it was you know was this sort of creative covert op that would have been i would get home from sons and i would sit down with him at like from ten till two in the morning going through pages writing stuff for the next day and and that basically i think just became an outline because my whole argument for arbitration when it came down to who got credit because there was like they brought in two or three other writers my wholehearted my whole argument victory was they didn't follow any script so by default that you go back to me and that were and it's true so you got so out so credit and it's an it's true like there was whatever it was it was the heart of basically the original draft which is would antoine loved and wanted to make but as far as actual words on the page it was be like i'd be where's where's where's that these this but you know that and it was like one of my and my agents and my lawyer you know they've not had great experience with arbitration for clients and they're like look don't you know don't expect you know and.

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"antoine" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"antoine" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"That was those onestorey had very dubious one that's not in his biographies but antoine love aussie a in seventeen ninetyfour apparently agreed stu trying blink for as long as he could afterward yeah he was a french chemist around the time of the revolution right eso he is reportedly blinked for about fifteen to twenty seconds ya but there's those also another murderer neemeh a larson air who said all right i'm gonna wink at every one after my heads cut off if i can right he didn't wake ya um there is want there is an account that is not dubious it's probably the um most scientific observations onslaughts of a consciousness following the capitalisation ever um it's very famous now and it is verified as far as i know in a nineteen of five a guy named dr borio right uh basically got permission to study the decapitated head of a murderer named anri long wheel right and um so he was right there right at head level when line we'll had came off at his plan in place i saw him he immediately picks up the head and starts experimenting on it and over the course of twenty five to thirty seconds the physician basically he said lung queel in lung will opened his eyes and focused them yeah his head just as head focused them on dr borio and then kind of like faded out again in the doctor said lump will and longuet opened his eyes again in focused on he says undeniably focus them on the doctors is again and then he tried to the third time in the nothing to that was his plan was yellows name yet because it work but it did work he said that he his observations where that this that this this decapitated head went from its eyes closed or glazed over to you know consciousness coming back into focusing its eyes on him because as a response to his name being called.

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