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"arlo" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Need perpendicular pressure. You need to coming in from the sides and so to have a true hydraulic pressure. You have to have a closed system in other words has to be closed and the pressure. Now if you had a set of teeth in the middle and you do that scientifically the pressure on any part of that. Hard structure in there is perpendicular to the structure. So if it's a round ball it's like this. The pressure is exactly perpendicular. Which is exactly what we want so to me. When I'm taking impression the only thing on my mind is am I going to be creating as much hydraulic pressure as I can everywhere? I want it so when I take impressions. I only for credit bridge. The implants things like that. I only used to face impressions and I choose to go the PUTTY WASH and the actually. I hold patents on to slightly different techniques for creating hydraulic pressure. I don't know why bother to get the the past but I did But anyway the whole idea is that you wanNA create hydraulic pressure. How do you do that if you can after you take your base impression? If you when you take your wash impression can create a seal up. At the depth of the vestibule all the way around and on the lower both lingual and facial. Now as you're pressing on that you're creating hydraulic pressure on the wash. That's now going perpendicular to all surfaces. So you're not going to get any bubbles you're not gonNA get any polls so how do you do that? Well when you take your basic impression you and if it's putty you don't put it in and push it up with your mouth. You're not that strong. You have the patient bite down on the trade because the muscle mass decaffeination way stronger than your fingers pushing up and you have them by all the way down until they hit the TRAE. What does that do number one? It creates so much force that pushes it up there. But also when you're talking about the depth of the vestibule when I go like this my fingers there what happens when I opened which is down. So if you've closed you push that way up against the the vestibule now when you take your wash impression you're going to a by hand now you have these long vestibules you go in and you push up. And it's not very long before the edges of the putty impression go is deeply as they can into the vestibule. His mouth is open now. So vessels pulled shallower and you create that hydraulic pressure and man. You get you get an impression that there was a heart. Arlo Guthrie used to say. Can't beat remember the Thanksgiving Dinner? That can't be beat. Alyssa's restaurant job is trying to predict what she's thinking she's twenty five and she's thinking You don't need to do something that good. For a bleaching trae this is what you would do for a crown and bridge or an implant case.
"arlo" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"And any and the sun changing sure well we finally rated musically anybody New Orleans offense not on Arlo Guthrie self this is Johnny rabidly peer music those years or nineteen sixty in nineteen seventy two nice to see they came O. X. microphone flag on the front page and the picture of the post dispatch on Saturday probably Kevin Colleen was holding the microphone maybe afterwards he had a little stand was I think it started to sell Kevin Killeen bobble heads I'm not a hundred percent sure that's true but if he would indicated that it might be well let's go to the movies now this time of the nineteen sixty four our late friend Richard Heyman but I miss and then miss introducing all those concerts at Powell hall with the Saint Louis symphony the movie the theme is from its ruby is the name of the son I was nineteen fifty two the movie was ruby gentry at star Jennifer Jones and Charlton Heston Karl Malden was also one of the big stars this is a really big here but it was performed in the movie by Larry Adler noted harmonica player but they had was by rich our vision is going to do the honors here the next two minutes and route sixty six also like that song from but another thing to be from nineteen sixty unless you will have heard of that will go back to fifty two as well we got a song from seventy to sixty eight you got the idea of playing music from Willie peers of the rock and roll era are the kind of the beginning a rock and roll in fifty two just getting started let's say a place we got started that forty eight years ago Midwest money isn't cash in the bank think of that statement is in cash in the bank drawing interest better than scrapping the draw are drawing dust and then what do you do with it what's going to happen end up at a garage sale yard sale or something you have no idea what what it's worth find out what it's worth what it could be maybe down in the basement you had a whole box of stuff that you might think I don't know they may not want to how do you know they don't want to they let you take it there the Midwest money it could be silver played a lot of people say oh they're going to buy sterling crucial by sterling but they also buy silver plate and Midwest money maybe native American jewelry that was so popular in the nineteen seventies musical instruments of a mandolin or a violent they will know what it's worth they know the value of all these things and they are going to give you top dollar for them he got a shorter a war relic of the have any short drive from the civil war on or before and they know what they're worth this is the big thing they know what they're doing and they are they by just about everything man dies see just about everything I'm sure there are things that they don't get into even up by comic books are starting a comic book collection or not today it's Sunday it's the first of the month first of March across the street from Midwest money at fifty nine hundred Hampton but right across the street on the west side of the street in Hampton in Holly hills which is right between loft Berlin Eichelberger it's the model train layout that you're you've really got to see it to believe it and now you don't worry about any money take no money absolutely free and you'll do you will love it it is bigger than you can ahead in it that said their old location only open ever the first Sunday of every month and it's from eleven to four today still not just go there but cross the street gets a free refreshments and look around at Midwest money you don't have to buy anything you don't have to do anything just show up and have a good time that's what they're about taking care of people Midwest money because as in cash in the bank better than scrap in the dryer St Louis is morning news total information the morning skate five on KMOX and K. M. O. X..
"arlo" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"I've never been like all right. There's definitely taper something. That's a good that's a good way of putting it right. The maximum that tomorrow there is a tape. I wouldn't be like dying of surprises like wow okay. It wouldn't be right. It wouldn't be like if there was an elizabeth warren tape. I i liked that. I would be dying surprise yeah i would. I would literally dive surprise for days right yeah and i don't it. Just there's so much what is is our politics that this is what we have to disc- yeah right whereas this country gun anyway opening arguments is brought to you by blue apron folks. I use blue apron every single week lydia and i do it is my favorite. I love it for so many reasons. I can tell you that without blue apron we would be eating so much worse than going out and spending winding way more money because it's just so hard with kids but we love blue apron so much that even when arlo was born and we had a newborn and a toddler what what we would do is kind of switch off so someone would watch both the kids and the other person would cook blue apron and we love it so much that we we made sure to keep doing it even though the kids were were yelling at us but it was that good and it was that worth it to us to be able to eat delicious different fresh meals every single week. I'll tell you this. I've also learned so many any new cooking techniques from blue apron. They helped me discover my inner chef and i it turns out. I kinda liked cooking up. Blue apron exposed me to who delicious recipes that i never would have thought to dry every week. There's a new ingredient that i i. I'm not familiar with every time it's good and i love it because left left to my own devices. I'm just personally. I'm not that creative..
"arlo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Up to twelve thousand off two thousand nineteen barber leftovers clearance priced one day Monday at by bears on the Boulevard in the K. by W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm a complaint after the third no check of eyewitness weather here's C. B. S. threes Tiffany Simona patchy fog will be possible once again in spots this morning then we'll see a mix of sun and clouds this afternoon another hot and humid day on tap with highs around ninety two heat index values around ninety eight and a slight chance for an isolated shower thunderstorm this afternoon overnight warm and muggy temperatures drop into the middle seventies and then on Monday a heat advisories in effect for the hot and humid weather high temperatures around ninety five the heat index of one oh three and the chance for an isolated shower thunderstorm in the afternoon right now the broadcast center mostly cloudy seventy six degrees heading up the ninety two with the possible storm or shower because of the humidity you are never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on KYW news radio good morning of John oft covered Connor Barth conoce at the editor's desk three things to know at seven forty five dozens of north Philadelphia residents aired their frustrations in the wake of Wednesday seven and a half hour standoff with police in nice town tie over which left six officer shot in the accused gunman facing a long list of charges with the innocent though it's the trauma of having violence and the police response so close to home the ceremony later today in Iceland will mark the end of a glacier there ice land a little less I you see as the effects of climate change reshape our world we're also celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the Woodstock festival in New York and here's a bird's eye view of its start like just about every musician at Woodstock Arlo Guthrie got there by helicopter accompanied by to New York state troopers and the big one look at the little one and said there's a lot of hippies down there and little one said yep and then the big one said out but they're doing lots of the legal staff the little one said yep and then the big one said but I am going down there nothing or you know the ones that nope and that's when we realized we were gonna have a pretty good time at that festival to be at a historic event were you know it's historic and it's not a disaster is one in a million and Arlo Guthrie says.
Arlo Guthrie, Tory And Carlos Santana discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"Fifty years on and Arlo Guthrie was back on stage at the side of the original Woodstock and then the Woodstock festival was celebrate Tory and up in the air I think it was the it was the end of something it was the end of it time that was also very wonderful got three Carlos Santana and John Fogerty
"arlo" Discussed on WLAC
"Fifteen ten wwl. As e. Heart radio station. Not. Notes accurately czar this land is your land was written by Arlo Guthrie because he hated the song. God bless America. Bernie's bunch was singing the left's national anthem was. Woody Guthrie wasn't was it are low. Why I thought this land Israel. I thought it was. Woody. I it doesn't matter. I do know. That it was written. As sort of a communist screed. It was Woody. Okay. I like to be right. Mitch in Santa Fe. Go ahead, sir. All right. Hang on. I'll come back to you. Please don't do that. Our our audience is not wanna wait on that. Drew in Dayton. Go ahead. Yeah. It was Woody. Hi, michael. I'm just wondering where Roe v. Wade differentiates which Wayne, Bob, -bility and states, right? I've got some friends that are libertarian, and they say that if one state wants to kill babies as one thing and another state doesn't want you. They, you know, that's their choice and. I got so much. I want to ask you and not hold. I kinda lost strength off. It happens. Don't don't sweat it. There are issues of federalism. The tenth amendment to the constitution. The final of the ten the twelve that were proposed the ten that passed that came to be known as the Bill of rights. Leaves these things to the state. However, we've been very clear there's certain things the states can't do the states can't authorize murder, for instance, the states can't create their own immigration policy. Even though California has has done. So the point at which. You can rule that abortion is murder. Of a human being. Point at which you can get that ruling is the point at which states can't allow abortion. But you gotta get that ruling. Dr Anthony levity Tino. Is a board certified obstetrician gynecologist with forty years of medical experience. He is both a lawyer and a physician he's taught as a professor of OBGYN at Albany medical center. He also served as the medical student director and residency program director. In the early part of his career, doctor Levin, Tino, performed quite a few abortions over twelve hundred of them in the first and second trimesters, he has practiced obstetrics and gynecology in Florida, New York and currently Pat practices in New Mexico..
"arlo" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Get to the next one. This is the London musician Arlo parks who is just eighteen years old. This is the song cola. I'm always surprised when I hear people and find out that they're just eighteen or seventeen or whatever and have a voice like that. It's incredible man as you mentioned just eighteen years old of British singer who's actually half Nigerian half Chaldean. I believe is how you pronounce it. One of her parents is from Chad. And I have to admit I literally just discovered her last week. Maybe just mere hours before my show and the song in the content. I would say is evidence of someone who's had experience that goes beyond just the eighteen revolutions around the sun. You know, she talks about a conflicting feeling of a cheating lover. And that's what this song is all about. Okay. So Harlow parks. You heard it here. First unless you're listening to Aaron shown.
"arlo" Discussed on Computer Talk with TAB
"So she with devices such as a let's I've been doing some research into some of these home base internet monitoring systems such as Arlo Nath, rain, apps others, and which will allow me to monitor my home from afar. My question is do these devices introduced the same invasion of privacy issues is lots and if they do or ways to prevent this happening. So yes, any kind of camera in your home, technically, you gotta be careful with as far as how you can figure it most people don't configure. It securely. Right. So they don't set up any any proper passwords improper configurations. So they use defaults. And before you know, it anybody's looking at your cameras cameras all over the world that you can just they have a whole list of people who have mis configured their security cameras. So people can look at your look at your home, or look, whatever you're wherever you put your camera. So the answer is yes same exact privacy concerns. If you haven't. Figured him properly. If it happened include a microphone even further concerns, right? So the answer is. Yes. And also it gets creepy. You know, putting cameras within your home too. You know, there's a issue of even your guests being aware that you've get cameras in there that you may want to say, hey, guys, by the way, I've got like fifteen cameras in here. And they're watching everything we do. There's some issues there. I think when it comes to having people in your home, and you get cameras pointing within the home pointing externally same idea. Good great for security to see what's going on in your home. But there are issues if you haven't configured properly and a lot of people don't they just plug it in even professionals. Sadly, don't they'll use defaults and everything and not even bothered setting it up properly through firewalls and improperly. I think having all those cameras in your home doing the security and all that that might be good protection against like college front party. Yeah. It's good for that everything being recorded. It's good for that. But yeah, you should have those same concerns Bill. So you have to read the instructions of your of your video camera systems and make sure you secure them. They do have the instructions people don't read them. They just plugged your rapidly set up the are sit here. Oh, that's always going to have a corporate. Anything can be correct. There's always me quotes around it. Because you're still hoping that the provider of the cameras don't have back doors and improperly configured systems themselves. So there's a lot of cameras out there that were manufactured badly. And the manufacturers didn't even realize that even though you thought you can figure it properly. There's still back doors in ways to get these cameras at the manufacturer wasn't aware of so yes, you don't even know if you do it. All right. You could still be wide open and not even realize a lot of these cameras were designed as close circuit television cameras, and the firmware doesn't have the privacy built into them now. So when you buy them, you have to go to the manufacturer and download and install the latest firmware, which most people don't have the technical technological know-how to. Yeah. So that you know, you can get this security firmware implemented, and the reason they have those. That farmers because they realized they didn't have an update in the first place, and then had they had to do it. So keep it in mind. It's definitely an issue, and it will continue to be an issue. The more. We connect internet connected devices to our to ourselves in our homes, the more security risks..
"arlo" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Jack hess. It sounds so good. He's got such a great voice. I love that came on at midnight last night, come on. Let's get role and making number one today. Download it. Let's manipulate the numbers. What a great guy. Thank you. Jack Hess for stopping by. Now. What else you wanna do you ate each other? Scary scary was so quick to say. Yesterday, by the way, was national cream cheese frosting day. So our friend had Arlo cream cheese. Brought us breakfast. To celebrate also got these. These cupcakes from them from someone else. Oh, that's cream cheese frosting. I love our lock. Premji? I was I was putting them on everything out there. I'm just using the Mediterranean of vegetable and things called. Yeah. You weren't the only one people want ham on that cream. Teas. Arlen cream cheese is so good. There's something about cream cheese at turns me up they sent these cupcakes. Whoever did the art on them. They put our heads on the cupcakes. I mean, it looks just like us sort of kind of looked like some of them are spot on. Yeah. Daniels mad because her nose is really big money to get that nose made smaller. I to have a strong knows the cupcake, but the rest of it. I feel like is very accurate, my hair colors Taft nailed it. So I'm going to take the my cupcake and spread some Arlen Mediterranean garden cream cheese spread on there. Anyway. So look for Ireland this weekend. There's a reason we're eating ourselves. So froggy since you're not here. Maybe uncle Johnny can represent you eight foggy. Oh my gosh. That you were so fast. Tell you what give me some music scary. Like holiday eat, eat my. Fake. Eat my cupcake music. Right. That. It's not Christmas. Trunk. We really need to get going on this really funny radio wacky bait. Okay. Very nice. Danielle one's name and you have to eat their face off the co cake to describe what they taste. This is probably the most incredible bit we've ever. Yeah. Let's go. Here. We go. All right. So pick up froggy. Look, it looks just like frog. Eat froggy. All right. Probably what do you taste when you taste frog? Very sweet. And he is he's moist. He doesn't like that. Where great t go ahead taken name man who do you have to eat? I got myself. You have to eat yourself. Go ahead. Get in their ugly. Okay. Put it put you in your mouth come on where you turned off about eating you. Well. Well, it doesn't look like me. I know I know him ably. The ugly. Stick. No, you're having this cupcake look nothing like me. It's got hair on the Trent with. I have no hair. All right. Okay. How do you taste now that you you can finally eat yourself? I don't taste good. All right next to take eighty point name out Gandhi. Who are gonna eat eat scary. Oh, get ready for Garay. Malik might be. All right. Go ahead and take a bite of scary. Eating. You got a garlic. And every appetizer on the menu. That's weird. Eating scary. A little bit scary name Danielle. Hey, wanted then. Yeah. Share with great to you. Other Holly all day. Yellow a little salty abrasion. Sweet finish. Let me choose to eat Gandhi. Experience for you. Look it looks. Totally. Looks like them. But mine. Curry? Pot. Not good. A really good job on the stone will eating Ghandi. Friday, doesn't realize how delicious he is. So John who do you want to anybody? Twice if they let me guess, I can't who is it. Oh, Elvis on you. Let me see me. I didn't even see me. It's a cupcake with much Qaeda. I look better on the cupcake. After eight happy head Johnny put me in your mouth in eat. Do you want to take your dentures out? I I'm sorry. About very very Rick..
"arlo" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"Would it have been as interested in you for me? It would have I can't speak for Andy. For me. I'm still in shock at the opportunities that I have Robotech is a property that I loved I loved this series growing up. So yeah, for me, the creative would've driven me to do that regardless of whether maybe it was less financial situation. But I think it's something we're all going to face some developing more, original stuff. It's a big conversation with filmmakers. Do you want the ethical or not does it matter? Does it have to be the actual experience and every writer is gonna have to make their own choice. I'm kind of curious what you guys think just a heat to do the applause meter. But if you think that something means more because it's an theater as opposed to being on a streaming platform. Please applaud could means more. No. If you think you don't really care one way or the other whether it comes through streaming platform and television, or it's and theater, please applaud. Interesting. Now, you do that six years ago? That's everybody in the first applause. No one in the second. So so I'm here at the Austin film festival, but I'm also here at the Texas book festival which happens to be the same weekend. And so for Arlo Finch, I'm doing all the book events for that. And so this morning at seven twenty in the morning a van picked me up, and I went to grade school, and I talked to three hundred kids about our thin should slide show. It was great. I'm really tired now. But I asked the same question. And so there's been a lot of talk about so like really do arlift inches a movie or as a TV series? And so I pulled the audience I did the same thing. You don't let kids clap you had to have to raise their hand quietly. And so I asked them so should Arlo Finch B movie or a Netflix show, and it was really evenly split. So I'm glad that some of the kids knew what a movie was movie theater. A recurring tov it. We'll be topic on scripts for the next however long, we do the show is what is the movie is we talked about like a movie of a piece of entertainment. About two hours long. That is a one time story probably because right now, we have these definitions of what a movie is versus what a TV movie is for Netflix, which are just ridiculous. Don't bash reality cultural. It's not just the responsibility of the people making the stuff or the people distributing the stuff because you know, what I would say is as a person who is a diehard believer in the theatrical experience. It's just what I love. But to look at it and say that it's really the responsibility of people who write about movies people who talk about movies, for example, right now, I would say, and this may be changing really fast that I'd say right now a show TV show on net flicks. There's no difference in the culture between a TV show on Netflix on a TV show anywhere else. It is not less than it is not different than it just is for some reason. And I think it's because maybe the critical establishment or maybe the the press doesn't treat them the same a movie that's on net. Netflix is not quite the same. And that can change. That just takes the culture changing to kind of embrace and treat them the same way..
Arlo, Barlow and Microsoft discussed on Steve and Ted
"Is going to want to bring home Microsoft's mad. Barlow says the new headset is designed to work alongside its surface, laptops, and tablets and will block out ambient noise. So as not to affect users productivity when you think about surface, pro detachable keyboard and letting people work the way they want to work. That's all about staying afloat. Arlo says keeping that flow is so important that included a special dial for thirteen different levels of noise cancelling the biggest thing that interrupts flow is ambient noise to have a pair of headsets. They give you
"arlo" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"Absolutely. So the Arlo finches my book series. The first book came out in February the second, what comes next February? So it's a three book series. It's Harry Potter age fiction, and it's been great. It's been just so different to write books versus movies. There's just obviously more words and the sensitive kind of insight. You get. Worse more words, but things like we've all been screenplays. You can sort of plow through screenplay in two weeks of you need to if you can just muscle it and there's no way to muscle book just take so much longer. I'm still trying to figure out muscle the I've never written anything in two weeks really can do that if a half to God Franken with three weeks, really? Jeez, that's the thing that's possible cover to cover, take cover to cover, see, give solid month. So there is a solid much. There's the Nanno rhino the national novel writing month Jia where people write a whole book in November, and you can do. You can do that. If you're writing sixteen hundred words a day, I hate that thing. Tell me what you find it disrespectful. It's like it's like, oh, let's have a national surgery in an hour. You know, people have a profession. This is a craft. It's an art. Why are you jamming it into a month? It's a novel for God's sakes. What? How good could it possibly be? If you're like. I. And it's plus in November. They don't even give you the extra day. It's thirty days after a hate it, hate it a hit the way people claim have allergies. Oh boy. Yes, really suffer from you. You know, I I, I literally life threatening. Suffer from boring November insulting me. No. No, I know I am. I know it'd be pen just for Craig. I'm Brigitta. Yeah, it's called Clinton Arlo Fench though available at your finer. Booksellers goes everywhere. The second tier books next book coming out. The second book comes out in February. So the paperback of the first book comes out in January. Then the hardcover book comes out then, but in Europe. European listeners to one or two. If we have any listeners. You wanna podcast and company? They are. They are in Europe. The crucial because companies I've learned is to have no sense of listenership or analytics. That's that's central. I actually do have no sense of our listenership around lenox. So you can concentrate on the creativity about numbers. Do. Our friend, Sarah Morgan, listened to your show. So you're set really, that's the deal. From england. I love the English until recently that was part of Europe. Knowing hot us, bring it up with them. 'cause I've spent a lot of time with British people recently and will you know they get quite serious about that? Not funny. Funny doesn't play around the. Are you being served reboot set? No, it does not. Yeah. So I have European versions. I've German Swedish Danish versions of coming out of this next month to reading in Danish Finnish French, the original. Yeah, so I do there and do all that stuff. People I read in English and half Danish. Nice street raspberry, Dana. Full circle. With the side of pancakes and vibrator. Everything. Ramic in of Lou Baresi. There you go. They're gonna, lose her fict-, trim, fresh life. Is Brian sunny d. Fernandez. He's when you hear laughing through the window, it's not as fault how God made him. You can find us at maximum fun dot. Read it dot com on read it. You can hashtag tweets, hashtag JJ go..
"arlo" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Lifestyle, and this is where everybody kinda squish them together. It's not a TV VCR separate those two. You have a TV and you have a VCR. We all know the problems of TV VCR. When you have that, you have a really big broken TV if your VCR dies or if your TV dies, you have the ugliest VCR known to man. So don't squish them together because if one breaks they both don't have to break. That's exactly right. So if your lifestyle gets out of whack, it doesn't have to affect your expenses. This little Amac VHS you're still going to go on Somebody in just? Just pulled over. Going what are you saying repeat that again so here, it is, if you mess up your lifestyle you overspend you buy, a corvette because you had to have it. But you really didn't have to have it it doesn't have to affect your expenses. That your lifestyle that's part of, the budget you could have blown a, budget but you didn't mess up your expenses, which, means, that you did. Mess up food clothing. Shelter or your medical these are really important we're. Going to talk about this the entire show if you are trying to figure out what to do and. You're trying to figure out, what I'm saying give us a call here. Talk to the folks at the front desk they'll get you into talk to somebody in lay. Out the difference between lifestyle, budgeting and. Expenses, 401. seventy seven to, seven, two, seven, again that's, four zero. One seven two seven twenty seven twenty seven I think the cleanest thing that take away from that is if you, can understand what you're bare minimum expenses are that's going to give you the. Confidence to start dreaming big on your lifestyle so you have an idea. Of what you, are actually going to do what's your purpose which are identity In retirement. See you can set your budget to it because you're going to have a certain amount of money you. Know has to come in, every single year to cover your basic needs. And then you're going to have a little bit extra on top of that to do all. The fun stuff you're nailing, this when. It, comes to the budget, if, you, can, understand the, three types. Of income guaranteed predictable and flexible it's gonna make your budget make a lot more sense to by far so because, you'll understand what what's covering the expenses in what's covering that life and it. Gives you that sense of confidence because if you do screw up we. Will screw up, which it happens I believe. The phrase is the best laid plans of men in, mice often go, awry why I think the I think the other one is it's not it's not the destination it's the journey for retirement journey all the time kind. Of stuff so you wanna make sure as a baby boomer when you stub, your toll we just stubbed it stream Yeah Dr come. Back come. Back So the, idea to understand there's two. Two different things working here. There's a expense four things. Don't confuse it for things say it with, me if you're out there it's coming around. To get on the, tar, it is food. Shelter clothing and medical expenses those are the four things that are guaranteed for. The rest of your life, so if everything goes wrong you're still. Okay as the best cadence. I had a great job. I love, the, Arlo Guthrie that was yeah. I'm telling you. Alice's restaurant, I love Love it we're having way too much fun here. Today now everybody I mannerisms and it's, my pleasure to be part of.
"arlo" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"To the business and crafters chromatic it's getting easier positive categories Yahoo, like maybe death montage, right? You know, that was something the death of that's what you want. Yeah. So a little bit of news before we get into the other topics stripped says, now on Spotify, they added us to Spotify this last week, so that's great. So if you'd like to listen to Spotify, do we take Alex Jones spot? Is that what happened? Like they took them all sort of got rid of one. The l. he goes out, we go in per fail when our Spotify, have you like to listen to us on Spotify? That's great. You can leave a review for us there or stars or whatever the ratings are there, because that helps people find the show and also some updates on the Austin film festival. So that happens at the end of October, starts October twenty fifth and goes through the weekend. So in addition to our live show and a three page challenge, Craig judging the pitch finals, and I'm now hosting a career panel with Tess Morris. To Hobson Nicole Permian and Jason Fuchs on Friday, the twenty six at three fifty. That is a great lineup. Those are four, my favorite people in the world that's going to be spectacular. Yeah, I got to hand pick my people and man. I, it's gonna be great, fun handle, nailed it. Nailed it. So come see us an Austin if you're not already planning to come come and I can. I don't want to spoil it, but everybody who comes out and film festival, we'll get special piece of swag that they will enjoy including me. Do I get this? You get smacked you. Everyone gets one. I'm Oprah in this. Everyone gets and get a is a car. It's not a car. But we are shipping these business wag to Austin tomorrow. So you'll be there in time, holy to wait. You're shipping your pre shipping swag ahead of time. We're preaching swag ahead of time. Oh, my mind is working overtime. Do not tell me what it is I wanna be. I wanna be surprised with everybody. I won't express. Even if you did tell me, I would forget. So I would be surprised again would be amazing. We've put a follow here. Do you wanna take this letter from Chris? FU sec? Yeah, sure. Christmas rights. I am a longtime listener of the podcast and screenwriting procrastinator, extraordinaire. I have just contacted chevelle as bookstore about a personalized copy and thought, maybe I would write you a quick Email as well, personalized copy of what let's find out. We recently just welcomed our own Arlo into the world and just wanted to thank you for all that you do for the writing community as well as the creation of Arlo Finch. I think they're talking about you John a decisive inspiration in naming our new baby Arlo Li-fu sec. What an amazing thing. How about that? This is Xtra are low in the world's Chris Senate a little photo of a newborn baby. All babies are cute. Cute baby along with other babies. I hunted. There have could be plenty of Arlos being born independent of our Finch. I feel like the name that's gonna be on the rise, who has a good throwback quality, but I'm excited to have helped name one baby out there in the world. And Arlo to me seems like it could. Could go to gender-neutral. Yeah. Like I don't know if our Lee is girl because both of those names are gender, neutral? They are. So I look at this. I do know that this one is a boy because in little photo that was sent through the little things are low in Boyce differ on the the hospital card. But like Arlo you could name a girl out. Baby has a beard. That's the other giveaway to full beard. Yeah. Well, and that said like the full nude baby panther, I guess. No, not this time. Good. You know what? I'm glad they didn't do that. That's not appropriate. No. So anyway, that's nice attention. It's great another follow up back in our conflict of interest episode. We talked about how the j..
"arlo" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Features plume recently came under heat because as they do it now when you buy a plume you have to buy a subscription and you have to maintain that yearly subscription or the plume will not actually there's a debate over whether we'll continue to work at first they said it won't work now they say well it will but it won't be updated is there a charge for that yeah i don't remember off the top of my head and i use plume at home and you did mention a feature that plume has that i really like so and more and more routers are going to have this here's the problem you have devices on your network that are kind of dumb internet devices sometimes we call the internet of things are not devices things like doorbells cameras and ovens and all these stuff often these are not really secure we've seen over and over again cheap chinese cameras have hardwired passwords anybody got the net gear arlos i've got yeah those are you have an arlo that arlo is already a mesh router right the the others cameras i'm sorry i was thinking develop which is yeah okay arlo is a is a camera now those are secure because i think you know the neck years here yeah i think they on it off i'm not sure i'm trying to remember but in any event no other still nigger i think those are good but it but you never know with iot devices are they up to date and the problem is if an iot device is less than perfectly secure it can become a gateway into your network that's what you wanna do was trying to i was trying to get you know i've got these other choices to make let me let me just finish this i'll talk about so so the way the plume and some other routers will work the plume does this is they can create separated networks that only have access to the internet they don't have access to your network and so that you put devices on that network iot devices still work but even if they're hacked the bad guy does not have a gateway into your system so that is one of the i think very nice features of plume i don't think euro offers that bloom has three networks has a network.
Nancy Sinatra Sr., Frank Sinatra's first wife, dead at 101
"Ten pm kfi am six forty more stimulating talk michael should pay with the news the griffith observatory was evacuated because of a suspicious package for several hours lapd officer mike lopez says the bomb squad was called out the scene after the item was founded about one this afternoon the all clear given about three hours later at four earlier this week more than two thousand people were ordered out of the observatory and its surrounding park griffith park because of a wildfire a bus rolled over and crashed on the ten freeway in downtown la and chp officer roberto gomez says the bus with thirty two people on board rolled over on the ten at the one ten connector at about four this morning that were transported nonetheless considered major injuries that was point from palacasino in route to create most of the people riding on the bus were asleep at the time of the accident the says they're still looking for the reason why the fiftythreeyearold bus driver lost control of the vehicle frank sinatra's first wife nancy sinatra senior has died her daughter nancy sinatra junior says her mother passed away peacefully last night she was one hundred one nancy barbados sinatra was born march twentyfifth nineteen seventeen in jersey city new jersey she was the first of frank sinatra's four wives and the mother of his three children they got married in nineteen thirty nine in divorced in nineteen fifty one after frank had a string of affairs about six thousand people are celebrating what he this weekend in oklahoma akina oklahoma normally has three thousand residents but the population has grown to six thousand this weekend as music lovers gather for the woody guthrie folk festival that celebrates the singer best known for this land is your land reformers this year include grammy winner jason mraz and arlo guthrie daughter and woody's granddaughter antigun three festival organizers says people come from as far away as scotland and australia for the festival which continues through tomorrow land was made kfi new brady's of the world or going extinct marsha middle kids won't be around because millennials don't want three children anymore all the time women's lifestyle magazine the cut says middle kids are becoming a rarity as family planning trends from the nineteen seventies have essentially reversed pew research center says in nineteen seventyone gallup info showed having three children was the ideal in the late seventy s more than thirty five percent of moms between forty and forty four had four children are more.
"arlo" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"And and then our next stop was summer fest in in milwaukee and so here it is my dad's opening for arlo guthrie at summer fest which is an outdoor festival as my friend says which is like a you know an island of sausage surrounded by beer base there's a lot of drunk people there's thousands of drunk people in the audience and my dad's trying to do class clown bits bits from the new album that that isn't even out yet the album is not even out yet so the promoter doesn't even know what my dad's gonna do and of course my dad's using some language and he's dropping the language in here and there and there's some policemen there who decide that they're not happy with this language and so the pro so we're backstage at the promoter comes up to my mom and says to my mom the cops are here and they're going to arrest george the minute he gets off stage and now my mom knew that my dad had some coke and marijuana in his pockets and so she went on stage with a glass of water and we have the recording of it you can hear him like saying hey what are you doing out here and then they whisper to each other and she basically says you know get off stage left were we're going to you know this is what's going down we keep finally so the miniature tells them that that the cops are going to arrest him he doesn't just say to the crowd oh i gotta go now you know and and be you know a good boy no this is when he starts in with the seventy words routine he just goes for it and of course all of a sudden about i don't know a few minutes into it the microphone goes mute he walks off the stage we go backstage they're stashing the drugs in the drummers bass drum and and and.
"arlo" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac
"That'd be check reddit or twitter to grab it then i'll figure it out remember that you waste ten minutes tried to like figure it out you've described twenty five percent of each each of my days that's what i do or you go on your quick and then you realize now layer that you didn't even do it now you're on a complete tangent switched to like an half yeah so i think that an app show you exactly what you're doing aware would be pretty handy and then there was a new report out from the information and they were saying that they're going to open up nfc so that the capabilities will expand beyond just mobile payments and allow people to do lots of cool things like securely unlocked doors and interact with like security devices and buildings and stuff you know where i would love to see this implemented is with like the arlo cameras and cameras that activate themselves based on schedules and geo fencing and stuff i don't know about you louis i have set my arlo cams off inadvertently probably twenty times i'm sitting right next to the alarm and all of a sudden it just starts blasting the siren in my ear because i like sat there and i had them program to come onto certain time or the geofencing doesn't work very well so i'll leave my house and then the alarm will act date and then i come back and geofencing doesn't know i'm here so i'll be sitting here and then all of a sudden the alarm just starts going off because geofencing doesn't realize that i'm sitting here it's actually given me a form of ptsd i'm always worried that my alarms is going to start going off because it's so dang loud it just rattles you when it comes on and it hurts my ears it's going to give me like hearing loss or something so i would love to see them implement some type of nfc interaction where the alarm system does that you're sitting there and you don't have to worry about geofencing not working but it also be cool to have your front door unlocked when you approach it don't you think that would be.
"arlo" Discussed on No Agenda
"Pretty sure it's arlo guthrie but i could be wrong i'm afraid to use my now i'm just doing it to old school are you looking anything just waiting for me to do it where do you go three right it's woody guthrie okay fine fine fine fine all right give me one more got gotta get out of here other things to do watch the news here's the cuban sounded tack which is kinda yeah you put that in the newsletter i'm very interested what the latest state department says that a diplomatic staffer in china has reported what it calls abnormal sensations of sound pressure it happened at the us consulate in the southern city of guangzhou the department says the symptoms were similar to a mild concussion the same unexplained ailment affected a number of americans in cuba last year find this peculiar and that again not reported on so it's kind of the same thing that was similar similar symptoms dizziness and disorientated pounding the noise that concussion results when you go to go to the doctor they think you have a concussion brain damage what's going on here simple kale treve they employed that tactic yes well they're not the only ones who are good at stuff but now we got gina running the cia so what true ondeck thank you very much for being here thank you troll room it's appreciated that really is and thank you to our artists forgot to mention no agenda our generator dot com.
"arlo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"That was purchased by samsung and basically it lets you connect a whole bunch of different devices smart home devices right to this system some of them being smart home security devices you've got arlo cameras you've got some sensors for your windows and doors but you want to be able to arm those without using your phone and using a keypad which makes sense you come home and you you know you you turn off the alarm when you come into the house with a keypad versus going on your phone we have simply safe and our keypad was down for a week and it actually was a real big pain to turn on off the alarm when we entered an exit from our phone the entire time sometimes it's fine like when i leave the house off an arm it from my phone which is fine like getting my car but coming home and having to turn it off it's kind of weird so what i'm seeing on these smart things website is not many options i see an adt option but the problem with adt option is you have to add in adt home security starter kit which is three ninety nine and then you gotta get monitoring from adt which is at least fifteen dollars a month so you probably don't wanna go that route sheldon because you mentioned that you want to keep this cheap so i think i mean are you willing to send this stuff back i mean because you mentioned that you you might want to go with simplisafe instead i personally think simply safe is going to be a simpler solution at this point and you can still use it with the arlo cameras that you have so that right the event that you are out somewhere you forgot to turn on the system.