19 Burst results for "Bartok"
"bartok" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"So the end of the film, Martin manages to grab bartok, take him into the telepod and because he knows he's figured out that he can transfer his bad genes over to a new donor, basically. If they both step inside the teleport. And he manages it, comes out, bar top is as horrible, disheveled creature. Much like the dog in the beginning of the film that they keep alive and Martin has to put down. This is why I said, if you're a dog person, it's probably not the film for you. Might make you cry because it is quite sad. But it's done very, very well. And yeah, I think the performances are good, right, and it's good. Music is great. It's effects are great. Solid. I think it's very underrated as a sequel. Again, not a patch on the first one, but if you want more fly content, there you go. But yes, so we have that and bartok ends and he's just like this poor disheveled dogs kept alive and struggles to eat and just in constant pain. Bartok is now living that, so that's his destiny. So the fly outbreak picks up years after that, so I imagine the bartok industries kind of avoid it, but I think they basically say, all right, well just sweep everything under the carpet. We'll try and help mister bartok. The only person who can help him is Brundle. So let's keep him working here, I guess. But it's a really interesting story. The art style is very reminiscent of max Payne. If you've ever played that game, it's kind of, there's an edge of digital kind of painted artwork as well. It's kind of a mix of both. Kind of a little web comic in a good way in a positive way. Slots kind of like splattered.
"bartok" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist
"Me look big. And i don't really wanna stand next to s jp but also 'save you're listening. Can we do some clever photography. So you're in the foreground and cannot be in your show yes please. I love you when i said bitch next big job. That was a compliment. Absolutely also we were talking about college. You mentioned college before. May i say that one of the very good upsides of putting on full dress sizes which i have done since i've had a baby obama size. Six tire live now fourteen. All of my wrinkles are gone. It is fabulous absolute. I cannot recommend a little bit of white gain if you want to just i out the lines beautiful stuff. I'm forty one in two weeks. I mean it felt like. I really had to fish for that one. But i thought it mind will edit that out. I'm a feminist but a friend of mine was showing me his dating profile the other day showing the pictures. So what does your dating profile. Then your inbox. I was doing i was doing a consultation friend of mine from uni. Spit up with this gulf longtime girlfriend gone back out on the sides and shang picture so i said can differ from the suburbs like your photos and this is absolutely no judgment. I've been all of the waves. And i've looked different at all of the different weights and sexy and all of this is no but he doesn't look representative to his photos because he looks heavier in his photos than in real life and he went. Oh yeah i've lost. Two stones took all these photos. But i've just put them up on the dating site. But why why you know putting up. I if you now and he went. I just trust women to see pasta. My wait what any indian woman would never think that because we've been socially conditioned to think that smaller is better and take up. The space is better so if we have lost weight even if for any reason we think put those contemporary pictures upright. It was so interesting to me. He just went women to care about that. Men care about not women. Don't care about that. now. That is a bit of venus mars. I should probably not put this in the car. Should i will complain if i say this. I was just fascinated by that. It was like imagine having the confidence to do a reverse. Catfish do the leap in reverse. But it's actually. It's not heavy because different people look good heavier. If i'm honest. I think debbie talks in my life. Where i've looked really joan for ban very sold and probably i know too. Many people look xia then joined for madman than i am. Now madman was a tv show from the early two thousands of oh no all yes mocking thing. Recognize the how be is. My phone's having an affair pederson. Does anyone like do you love when you say your parents. And they've got mom text the text. That's like sixty five formed. And you look at the people in the knicks cock raid. That text is disgusting These i think is going to be taken badly. Try it anyway. I think it's gonna come across as main. I'm a feminist barbequed think lady gaga looks. We'd we'll though the shit she's putting vice. I'm sorry she looks very what she officially got stuff in a she's got stopping limbs. She's so talented. And i just look at our ongoing gonna float away because you face is getting a little bit but also true yeah. I wish we didn't feel we had to change our faces as a community surgically also join line back so if i had much money and fame and cap walkie up rather competent cheese lady gaga. I i can't promise. I wouldn't put a witch majola on trump. Promise i i've that kind of money or time i i was speaking to excuse me. That's just an open cop. I've never been able to drink soft drink for that. Reason shouldn't do it on microphones. But fortunately i have very little respect for you so i i was speaking to another comic recently. And she's like. Oh yeah. I'm gonna get talks in a couple of years. And she's like one of the alternative goal. She's like me and i know i don't know why. Feel ownership over people that don't have bartok's that don't have anything like i know. Can you believe it and again a couple of extra pounds. I don't feel any of my bills but that is beside the point. A bright still. There's still a bit of me that he's shocked by. And then i just think you body is so amazing. Your body is so amazing like a domain to bay one of those people. But i gave birth to a fucking person like my body bill. A person from a fucking sale from sale. And i'm like. I wish you went so flabby. I'll put some more in my lips. That's insane your body can make a fucking person and you like not good enough. Actually you'll shake the sad. Like i'd just i get it because we have been conditioned i know that we've been condition for years and years. I know that physical beauty is still buying lodge. women's currency that is part of capitalism. That is part of the patriarchy. And i know that we fall victim for good reasons but also when i say twenty two year olds at the back of a boss who are cabin crew for easyjet. Mona is where i'm like. Twenty two bad news. This is the best you get. This is the best you get like do it now and do the tops when it gets bad. Don't do a wall. It's good because the comedown is don type. Md two at once pace yourself. You know 'cause come. dan will be. There is not enough netflix. In the world that can as you through three. Md.
"bartok" Discussed on Look Behind The Look
"To say. Leveled hollywood is you know where iran yeah were. Popular is likely to gaga have brought in like sort of like glam rock and futuristic ideas for make up glam and her makeup artist. Sarah who's amazing. I think my what i do. And what i the way i think is hollywood. I think old hollywood. I think i have you heard of a. She's kind of an influence or her name. Susan yara and she has just a thing. I used to call mixed makeup. I transformed her into merlo run. An ally people don't even know who run. It's you know. And so i really enjoy Giving a little sort of history with these looks and all sort of techniques and shapes and application techniques of the way. I when i'm creating something. I just did a model by the name of wendy. Both as a gardener how i saw that So i really enjoyed that. That's what i feel i do. That's my strength. i think and how i see women. I see women in a in a category in my mind of of of iconic beauties. And you know seh. Perhaps you'll make a book for us all to enjoy. I know i've been asked to do. Books i just. I don't know. I feel like there's so many books out there and he's always you know i i. I don't know i'd rather have my own life story in film on the big screen. Ma yes that would be. What would be the most important aspect that you would want to reach people with of that life story That i'm a survivor of where i've been and where i've been and where i've been where he'd been. We're you know that that's you know It's that that mindset of you know when you should when everyone else is telling you're done and not relevant and mobile block and i say to myself you know what if you did this. I'm what if what would it make you happy if it's gonna make you happy then. Who cares what people think. Or don't think or like if they don't like it you know. Yeah so do you feel that you've gotten those messages before over. What kept you going through that my art and that is so i also especially now i self care is very orn to a an artist that You give yourself a chance to. It's not about what should i post. What should i post which read posts. It's more about what should create whether you post it or not. What should i create today. And sometimes it's it's It's something i don't even post it. Just something i do for myself. You know you know like if if we get shut down again. I mean there's those make mars disturb beating their own vases. You know. maybe. I'll do that very pretty face very pretty. Yes i know what are what care it has to. It's very results oriented industry. Of course and so i do feel that people are saying just what you said. What should i post instead of like. Oh wow i'm looking at this thing i just created and shirl posted jerkin i we put. We have a couple of companies to on the side with that. Have nothing to do with makeup. I i we started a a jewelry. Line jordin sparks. Finally relent maturing sparks. One brand with joint kroupa called krupa's and we got into distribution and product development. Whatever and that. I really love i would do the creative does the business. Derek business. That's so cool. I has gorgeous. She is she's a all. Oh my god was right about her. Is that you know we we do a lot. Were very to alive activism with pets and with the punk queen other bulldog in a frenchie charities and whatnot and we'll we have friends who shelter go to shelters in. We'll try and find these dogs. Were until you know they're gonna get killed the next day and they'll send us a picture like while post an i page which doesn't really do anything we send it to joanna and immediately post under pace and the dog gets adopted. A was amazing. She's a angel an angel. I love her so much. And she's in miami right. No she's here. she's here here. She's here yeah. She was in miami she was. She's not a housewife anymore. But were together before. I've shot her for skin. Care and all kinds of stuff you know. Yes we love your other. Businesses jordin sparks in. Its thank you with. Yeah yeah how did that comes to be a business partner. Basically the money percent. We put together a company and basically curing brands whether it was beauty jewelry fashion apparel all kinds of products with celebrities. Okay a man. And we've done some influencers but mostly celebrities so jordan. Being a client of mine. I approached her and said. Would you want to have your jewelry line. We put it together inch you know she Cured some amazing pieces. And yeah. Oh i gotta check that out because really that sounds good. Yes we've beautiful. thank you so much troy. I mean i mean we. We started talking. I'm a fan of yours. And i am a fan of yours marching you. Yes thank you as an i. You all right. How do you talk to you soon. Okay ch- for my hope. You enjoyed the episode. You guys and thanks so much for listening always following sharing and talking and engaging and all the things next week we are talking to liliana maggio and we were brought together to talk about the politician. We talk about so much more. of course. she's working on absolutely everything all the time. And she dialed in straight from steiner studios. so We we had a great conversation. I can't wait to share it with you. And i can't wait to see next week. Take care look by. The look is a vinyl put production written by knee. Your host tiffany bartok produced by jas. Bartok edited by nicole. Tucker with art designed by kelly. Reilly if you're interested in learning more find our video version on the youtube channel. Look behind the look podcast there. You can see rare photos and clips from our guests and please follow us on. Twitter at levine pod and instagram. 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"bartok" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"I was had my ears peeled for somebody to eject me. And then there's this place at the very end where the banjo breaks free from the rest of the orchestra and what that symbolizes writing in writing the piece. I was making a serious attempt not to do a Appalachian concerto i But it but by the end of the piece. I was really been trying hard. You know to to complete this piece. And i wasn't coming up with a big ending. And that's one desperately. I reached for scruggs. And he was there for me and not only that. I dedicated the piece earl scruggs and and got to play it for him before the premiere any came to the premier and it was the last concert that he came to really. Yeah and he passed away. Maybe a five or six months later so it was some closure there. He was very sweet. It felt to me like you know. You really have come full circle. I mean is there a song in your In your album together from bela bartok. Oh yeah yeah yeah say actually come back to your name thick really. When i started writing that piece. That was when i finally said look. I gotta get into this bartok stuff. It's people's keep asking me. Oh you must really be a bartok fan because he was always exploring folk music and classical music. And i'm like well i haven't heard very much of it and i think i would because of the complexity of my relationship with the person gave me that name. I wasn't eager to embrace it. But at the point when i was writing this piece it was.
"bartok" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"I can stop buying a hereafter of your banjo with you. I i sense that. Your mother must've Musically if not spiritually with music also is so fascinating. She named after not one but three central european complete. Actually that was my father. Who i didn't know and he named leave me. I got the better names than my older brother. I won't go. What are your three. Name's bela bela anton. Leo's flick. i mean if it was a boy he would name them. If it was a girl she would name. The girl i ended up being two boys bartlett after bartok janacek list janacek and anton burn so some some pretty out there stuff. Yeah but not banjo. Music differ out there in different. What could be could be what you've done. Yeah you've done that. And but i mean the banjo also wasn't your first instrument. You played french horn man. Not yeah what happened. Was everything read on the internet. I i was I took a test for this. The school uptown called. I guess it's the fame school this is in new york city called music and art. There's actually several schools that fame the fame television show and movie based on a music and art art and design and i think there was a third one but anyway i tried out for it and which i took a musical aptitude test and i played guitar at that. Time played some folk songs. I had a killing version of. Here comes the sun which place on occasion on guitar and i got into the school playing that and and i think i was rated number. I guess number two number three possible to with four being the most talented because we found all this stuff out you know we found out what your rating and that is pretty weird. I think they should've told anybody that. But anyway. When i got in the school there was no guitar teaching anything like that. And so they said we'll put you on a real instrument and we need a french horn really badly so they put me in a room and i tried to play french horn for a season and never got the i. I could never even get the f. Which is the. I know you play on a on a french word. I can never even make the first node until finally they said you know. We don't have very many boys in the chorus. And i was moved into the chorus where i just screamed all the way through high school. Meanwhile i was learning to play the banjo. The and you discovered evancho your captivated by early. Yeah earl scruggs the beverly hillbillies theme which actually people talk about. Come to god moment and for most banjo players of note in the bluegrass world. Hero scruggs is that moment and it. There's before and after so talk. Tell us about that. What is that. What is it that happens in that moment though awesome it was i remember. It was like lightbulb lights. Going off in my every note was like a light going off in my brain and was this was way before i got my span. This is before. I played guitar. I never had the ego. At that time to believe that that i could actually play the banjo when i finally found out what it was but it was just an amazing sound and i now i try to explain it as being a high tech yet primitive sound because it's not just like a computer can play fast but you don't get excited but there's something so earthy deep especially the about the way. Earl scruggs played Which which turned people into believers. What did you say a minute ago. He said something about real said this before that people talk about the banjo is though it's not a real instrument which then i guess gets at the question of how we define real right and i think both i think you're both really eloquent or i think it's fascinating that Neither one of your both actually came from the north. Neither one of you grew up surrounded by banjo. Bluegrass yeah you became believers as you said so. Talk about talk about that a bit. The reality like what what is real. What is bad music captured. You that just takes you away. Well my come to god. Moment in the folk music world was hearing an lp of doc watson singing and playing shady grove. Yeah this is where you want me to bust into the i do. I was hoping you shady grow ma shady grow. I don't love. I'm going back to when i heard that sound.
"bartok" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"And a lot of the things in religion. You know you can find in music to some hoping that that's going to work out for me done fine if there's a hereafter your banjo with you i I sense that. Your mother must've communed musically. If not spiritually with music also she is so fascinating. She named after not one but three central european composer. Actually that was my father who i didn't know and he named and and leave me. I got the better names than my older brother. I won't go. What are your three. Name's bela bela anti leo's flick. Really after bartok. Janacek and anton burn so some some pretty out there stuff but not banjo music. I mean differ out there and could be. What could be could be what you've done. Yeah you've done that and you discovered the banjo. Your captivated by earl earl scruggs the beverly hillbillies theme which actually people talk about. Come to god moment and for most banjo players of note in the bluegrass world. Here narrow scruggs is that moment and it. There's before and after so talk. Tell us about that. What is that. What is it that happens. In that moment i remember. It was like lightbulb lights. Going off in my every note was like a light going off in my brain and it was just an amazing sound. And now i try to explain it as being a high tech yet. Primitive sound like a computer can play fast. But you don't get excited you know but there's something so earthy and deep especially the earl scruggs played which which turned people into believers says about real. I mean you've said this before that people talk about the banjo as though it's not a real instrument which then i guess gets at the question of how we define real right. Also i think it's fascinating that Neither one of you. You're both actually came from the north. Neither one of you like grew up surrounded by banjo and bluegrass. So talk about that a bit. The reality like what what is real What is bad music captured you. That just takes you away. Well my come to god moment in the the folk music world was hearing an l. p. of doc watson singing and playing shady grove. Where you want me to bust into sidhu shady grow ma Shady grove grow the love. Own back to harlan. When i heard that sound.
"bartok" Discussed on Look Behind The Look
"Are the first costume designer. That i am speaking to on this podcast which i realized i usually talk to make up and hair and that was my first season. Because that's my world and you know so. This is super exciting for my listeners. Because we're diving into the epitome of fashion right now and so i can't think of a better place to begin in our costume. Design exploration with halston. None other than halston so just. I don't know where to begin. Tell me everything. How did this beautiful project come into your life. And how did it begin. I know killer films is The genesis of it correct correct miller films daniel manahan our director who has been trying to make this movie for twenty years so it was sort of this wonderful marriage between killer films and ryan murphy to finally sort of give birth to it and bring it to life on net flicks and mandy same. Really feel like it. I mean so. I'm so grateful that that this show was even thought of to be made. Truly i mean before even when it came into my lap. I just thought while this is the kind of show. I wanna watch right. So that's what really drew me to it. I mean at sides. In fact that it was halston and i am a halston fan. You know i love his work. Love elsa peretti's work. I love this particular time in session history and i felt like it really offered so much in would be such a feast. You know for me to be able to design and gift. So i really am was like a moth to a flame. Actress really wanted to be a part of ed's so i'm very grateful to have been invited to the
"bartok" Discussed on Look Behind The Look
"Lawrence. Thank you so much for joining me today. I am really thrilled to talk to you about all things aretha and j hud. I got an opportunity to see respect in your work. let me just. It was incredible. I knew i was getting some sneak. Peek some the instagram. And so i was really anticipating seeing it and was not disappointed. I want you to tell me absolutely everything. So let's start with. Let's start with how you came to the project This one in particular when john was doing jinnai. Transfer longtime edition is doing it. I just didn't know what it was about So just magically one day while working on another project Very those just about to about a month and a half into underground railroad. And i got a call from costume designer new york ramos and he was like i got your name from me. Neil for a furlough for the reader for like really so that was in his recall. That i kind of knew things we're bringing up after jennifer but just didn't know when it was done a happen right because these projects can take for ever and so you never want to get too excited until you get that call so on the the call came all blessed neat mea. That's amazing so so what was the timing of this. Was she on merimee was what was the timing of the projects. I don't think new mayor was on my rainy at the time. I don't think. I don't think that started yet. Okay whatever it was she could not do it and she definitely have furred me as a atlanta local which is and it was just disappear perfect marriage of course because i wanted to do i love doing period pieces and jennifer is one of my good friends so it just made
"bartok" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast
"This tool as a regular thing for you and then over time. We're hoping it's going to change. You have let me a little bit. I couldn't agree more with you. Mentioned that that like he'll close to the action in the run and then the that strike off the foot. I just posted on instagram area on night and run in nineteen eight or whatever it was and he is like i love. I like watching younger sprinters before. They've been really coached up. I guess quote unquote or they've got some of the more strength that might come in their early twenties. The physical strength. They're being in the weight room a lot. And i don't know he probably does lift and stuff like that. But you see this very like pie during bartok's about this all time it's like foot high in the back like it's coming up high behind the bun and then it's shooting down in the street collision to the ground. I mean his knees weren't like super high when he was running. And it's like how much is going right into the foot and up the elastic chain in that style versus people who are like you said like these athletes who are heel striking like they can run all day but if they're going to heal strike they're never really getting to that point where that that that high to low actions driving it right into the mid foot or the four hundred and i know personally for me. I've lost. i mean. I look at my training over time and every time. I've been the most athletic there's been a lotta sprinting or even tempo running the program. 'cause i still would run that. We don't even tempo still. It's still high to low. It's still off the forefoot so still good you know and and every time i kind of went racing people are running fast and every time i just even that was out and it just got replaced with extra depth jumps. It turned out that well like it was okay but it just never was as good.
"bartok" Discussed on Look Behind The Look
"Welcome to look behind the look. The new podcast that examines iconic looks in film television music and fashion history. I'm your host. Tiffany bartok hey everybody. Welcome to earth with episode. I have obviously slowed down a little bit over the summer. My family came together recently to celebrate the life of my grandmother who passed away at ninety nine. So i've been spending a lot of time.
"bartok" Discussed on Look Behind The Look
"Her for the movie. I was going to ask her about it but it was needed to to go out actually finish it. I was like one of those things. That was the last thing i wanted to do. And i just. I i feel like everybody involved in this was really gracious and It ended up being so beautiful. And i love that something. Beautiful came out of a day. That was so sort of sad and when search tells the story he's just so sad he's still carrying carrying that day around with him. But then you have this beautiful image. And it's just sort of a great back story thing. Yeah yeah obviously. I love kevin's work. And there was a million reasons why i was drawn to kevin like as a teenager Know i was related to beauty. And you know there weren't as many artists like him who were putting themselves out there. I mean bobby. Brown was and i love. Bobby spoke You know. I love her made book more so than teenage beauty. It seems like i'm not a teenager. Even though it was a teenager i was like i don't need this. I graduate. i could graduate. Thanks thanks fobus office. I was like bobby. I love that you did this for my friends. You know i can. I can do your normal book. You know But i loved you know a traffic trish a book at the same time yup But i loved you know. Love kevin for a million reasons but one of them is like i really love it. He was so in tune in like in the same world as like female artists. You know that. He was buddies with actresses that i thought were the cool girls in the world and he was really tight with like phenolic musicians and you know we know he was super close tori amos. I don't know do you know. Is he starting to be friendly. At all with britney spears. She wasn't for me. She wasn't for me but like i wonder what he would. What would have been. He made it look so people powerful in this and we all know that she. I'm positive that he wanted. I'd have to asteroid because he was on that shoot. But i would have to say that. He probably wanted her to look. Not like a target. Or you know like all right. She really looks. Classy and empower maze in achy. Looked at pictures. Look amazing so too. I think so too There's an ultimate respect and power in all of the looks for sure that was that was his signature for sure But we have probably no more time. The babies can wake up my my husband's getting her. Okay it's like. I'm just i'm so in love with how you've really kind of paid tribute but you also like make things so relevant for the moment. Your film was so beautiful and he's so much. Yeah thank you so. I love your podcast. Thank you thank you so much. I love yours jessica. And i'm i'm so honored to talk to you. And i i really i really will be watching every single thing that you do from out so is are on you. My gosh. they exhibiting. Thank you so much jessica. Things listening everybody. I hope you had a good time listening to our conversation and please share with me. Your favorite bizarre covers. They can be from the past of course but also what are you loving now what what really stood out to you in this year. Come join us next week. We're gonna be talking to bobby thomas which is super exciting. We're going to be talking about a lot of different philosophies in beauty and it'll it's a really interesting conversation. We just spoke and had an amazing time. Bobby and i go way back but it's been a very transformative for everybody. But bobby especially and she's going to touch on all of that in next week's episode so i hope you will join us again. See soon look behind. The lug is a vinyl foot production written by me. Your host tiffany bartok produced by jas. Bartok edited by nicole. Tucker if you're interested in learning more find our video version on the youtube channel. Look behind the look podcast there. You can see rare photos and clips from our guests and please follow us on twitter at look behind pod an instagram. At look behind the look. If you liked the show please rate review and subscribe and tell your friends and spread the word you can subscribe to us on itunes or any pod catcher of your choice. Thanks for listening to look behind the look..
"bartok" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"Right final moments. Gregg jarrett is with us. Think how deep this is so you have for three years. The country's lied to by the media. They're told trump. Russia collusion collusion collusion turns out the only collusion was hillary. Clinton paying for dirty russian disinformation dossier that the fbi knew very early was not true it was never Verifiable in january twenty seventeen the sub source said. none of. it's true. This was bartok. I for stephen admitted none of it is confirmed and yet they went forward. Used the dirty russian dossier. They committed premeditated fraud on a court. They spied on a presidential candidate transition team in the president. Nobody's been held accountable for any of that. Now i'm sorry greg jarrett. If if you're not held accountable for that how do we say that. We have a a justice system that's functioning at in a way that that dispenses fair justice. Because i don't believe it exists anymore. I don't believe it either as dysfunctional in you just nicely described myriad of crimes associated with crimes that approve it and then a complicit media that went forward with conspiracy theories on the lies with a meteor just too lazy dimwit. Says i call them in my latest podcast but it's really unconscionable that the department of justice is not taken aggressive action. The people behind the russia hoax that held hostage a presidency For nearly its entire for years That donald trump is in office. And you know it's not. Just hillary clinton pain for a phony dossier but it's christopher steele. Who sought to influence an american election through lives that he put him paper. And then pedal to the media and pedaled to american government officials including james comey andrew. Mackay peter struck and so forth and all of them joined ian this conspiracy. They knew that the dossier was ally They found the source and the source laughed. And said i. it's all collection of lies and deceptions and exaggerations. And yet that didn't deter comey's fbi from wine to the fives according to obtain surveillance warrants and and perpetuating. If you ride this we'd be in jail right now for life. We we absolutely.
"bartok" Discussed on Here & Now
"And i would love to change. That sounds like you're also saying you'd love to have the grace with other people that people have with you. Yes amen amen kristie. His new album is lay songs. Chris thank you so much. We'll see you on the road. Thank you can't wait robin pleasure to speak with you today reading with a little more from les songs. Here's chris performing bartok sonata for solo violin. It's here now. Include what happens to police officers who get caught stealing lying for tampering with evidenced. Each week we opened up an internal affairs investigation. That used to be secret to find out how well the police police themselves. Listen to on our watch. A podcast from and this is here now. President biden is unveiling plans to boost critical supply chains that have crumbled during the pandemic the administration wants to address shortages of things like.
"bartok" Discussed on The Free Agents
"Just wanted to show some love for the other. Oh actually one. More from kanye like this lilly ross. From friends good coach. The raptors duh. Yes go way to go. can you saved it man. I liked balch bartok. He would get along with all right. She had lots of greek vibes even though he was from planet. He's lots of greek. Lots of greek nece and there. He was a sheep herders. His name was balcony bartok must but his actual name bronson pink show. What a great name that is. Is he still with us. I saw them do comedy. show improv. show here in atlanta within the last five years. I think so okay. Good any other sitcoms. You'd like to see coach team really well. I may talk david brenner up already. Got it that my answer is the minnesota timberwolves head. Coach is fishy chris. I'm going to get the real crispy to him coaching. Mba wants a pinch. Bronson pinchot showed does. Yeah i love. All the jugs everyone get those tweets about anything anytime. He's names mentioned in like a word article or i don't think they were just lied top. We'd like finci quoted phychi lines so coach coach. Jason kidd and these rumors made me think of his Very infamous brooklyn nets moment where he got a player to bump into him so he could dump his drink onto the floor. Ooh so he could get a timeout. Made me think of that made me think of family matters stephen ercole he would be a great. He could try and pull off that. We're ups i under that. he can. He can try and be. That guy could be the airc- along the road and geeky urkel at home stefan road or maybe flip it cool at home geeky on the road. You have to travel with that weird machine. He had returned to the sexy. Oh then he turned into a robot. Version wants to a lotta articles at one point. Yeah on articles. I can't remember those dreams. Don't can't remember those actual plot poise like they were happening or are they draped it does but a tray with the evidence for this coach steve. I don't care coaches as long as they do basketball. That's all we need all right. Great great question chris. Both of them. That's a fun one for everybody to answer in the stream team. Leave your answer in the youtube comments below or tweet even at no dunks inc. All right gotta take one more break after these messages. Dude it it it it it will be back at the The first ad here. That's that's a lot of pressure. Attention is at its highest. I kind of keep people interested all right. We're all looking for something fresh to do here is things are getting back to normal. I know i. I'm thinking about buying a boat. Trae buddy. yeah you've been thinking about buying one right have been thinking about it more than doing it. Unfortunately getting closer every day tasks every ivory. We're getting closer..
"bartok" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Arrived on Sean's. What's her quickly admitted he was not an officer, but rather a former officer. That was probably a lie as well. Deputies arrested him and took his behind the jail. Yeah, And then the guy got to crank his music again. That's probably that approach. Now, Look, I do want to know. I mean, how mad I am at Jon Switzer depends partly on What was being played. That is a good point. You know, I'll tell you what? It wasn't Go ahead. I have a neighbor who on the weekends, he I think he must work out of his house or something like that. He plays the best music. And there are times when I want to be like, Dude, I know you're kind of down the street. But if you could, like, pump that up just a little bit. That'd be great. Because then I don't have to put music on in my backyard and tee off the people right next to me. I could just pick up on your stuff. But if that guy wasn't playing good music No, it be a drag for sure. We know what it wasn't As you've never been, say driving on the street in here, you hear the boom boom boom boom. Somebody obviously has their stereo crank, and then it gets closer and then Oh, that's Bela Bartok's third Symphony for cello and piano that never, ever ever ever happens. Never Mm hmm. All the guys in big trouble for allegedly organizing a new illegal gathering. But you probably can't guess what it was. You might be thinking. Rave Church service Banquet of some kind. Maybe an orgy? No. This guy's accused of.
"bartok" Discussed on Look Behind The Look
"The new podcast that examines iconic looks in film television music and fashion history. I'm your host. Tiffany bartok hello strangers. So we took a break as you can see and if i were to do a look behind the look of look behind the look i would talk about the behind. The scenes work of kelly reilly. Who takes my brain basically and gets it under control. She creates the graphics editor to episodes. And as you can tell from our content. I tend to be a runaway train that needs to make several stops. But i don't like stopping so she sort of Rains it all in and we went on pause to catch up a little and kelly created some new visuals and such and i love to get your feedback on at all so please take a look at our social and our channel and let us know what you think. You should always check out the youtube channel for the episodes by the way just so you can see the looks that we're talking about. I know i say that every week so it wasn't very good at taking this break. You guys so. I did a lot of interviews and i can't wait to share them with you. The one that you're going to hear today is with angie wells so we talked the morning after the critics choice awards and yes. She was nominated for one. And if you haven't seen promising young woman. I don't know what you are waiting for. It's fantastic and angie's role as makeup department. Head and personal to carry. Mulligan is extremely important to the film and part of what makes it so great. It's a really really really really cool. Innovative interesting Film.
"bartok" Discussed on Anime Podcasters
"As long as it's hit by it and as long as the opponent is either equal strength or weaker than you like. It didn't work with sal for instance but at the same time those kind of weapons. Obviously all the opponent could do is really dodge. If you have that kind of power in your president can't really block 'cause even if they block like say someone tries to block your fist. Her hand next thing you know they was. It is just kind of a kind of a way to give yourself a small weapon boost like i get dragon. Ball isn't exactly have disagreed. How you only one bro. Tap young disagrees. I was. I was gonna say i was gonna say the only ones that really come to mind with weapons are trunks. Thank you for letting me and I was gonna say in goku who the hell is tap younger. Wash those raga mosey movies. Bro that's all. I'm gonna say it's it's a good move and doku with the powerful but it it's just one of those small boost moves. I like it. I don't want anything obligated right now. I i you hit me at the right moment at the right time with the right move. Your wish is going to be granted bro. Yeah a destructor. Destructor blade destructive disk. Fuck my friends. Dish structure does not here here. You can't call it with this still. That's like super destructive destructive. I'm yeah all right. I am going to be following a bit of your steps. You're in i'm going to be doing. I'm going to inspire myself from a move here very myself with instant transmission. This attack is called instant switch. It's going to be only used by the yard rest but people who taught taught instant transmission goku and it's an instant transmission variant the user views whoever they want view once they are locked on. Okay they can teleport to replace the victims position with their own. Meaning if i if hot chai are in a battle against freezer and i use this move on hotshot. I will tell tour. Hotshot is an hotshot will teleport to where i am. Why would you do that. Example hotshot is closer to freeze than i am. I am charging up at or something. And i wanna blast result from up close. I can use this move and then boom komiya hotshots about to get blasted with a huge death ball and unlike the best podcasting buddy all times and i'm going to protect my friend. Hotshot i switch places with russia and i take the move kind of like a piccolo defending go hong kind of thing so it's a bit of a just like an instant transmission variant. The things that need to be kept in mind here is that you need to be able to see your ally out of you. I can't do this move. You can also do this against an opponent if you want for example hotshot fires a huge def ball just towards me and i was like. Why would you do that. And i switch. Prisoners were freeze. Freeze up boom that to the face bro. So super simple but can be quite effective. We see when you combine it with other moves. So it's just a Tagging move where. If you're looking at your tagging with me bro. Come on. I i i think that would actually be really useful in. Dvd fights if like they didn't result only on being fucking prideful. Like i wanna be the one to take this one down. Because i feel like regina would tremendously abuse this. Like say he's watching Goku fight sell for instance. And he's like you know what i wanted on this. And then he just does it and switches. Yeah exactly you now. It'd be like kind of that. Become yeah but in other moves like say or other moments like say bartok versus friesen in the asphalt coming and barred accused switch frees up. So i do think i i do think it has its advantages One thing but i think i would add like as far as Tagging in out and ally would would go would be the allies would have to be willing to switch kinda like they would be with the like bringing the dragon balls wherever they wanted to go like when when they tried to use Schenn rhonda where back from yard rat go. Who didn't want to return yet like that kind of if we saw that in. Then how does it work with the with the villains. Then it doesn't work with enemies. Yeah i don't know if that really because obviously the enemies you know attacks not working. No no no. Why won't you give me consent to destroy you. No no no. It doesn't work really but at the same time. If the enemy is like distracted by that then they're not going to see who's actually in front of them fighting. Yeah i mean. I disagree with putting that in honestly because that's part of the movie you're taking away the whole i'm going gonna take this attack and protect you. Now i get it. I get it. I honestly that was the only thing that came to mind. Just because like if you switch with your friend in the middle of a fight like fight. But he's focused on. Then it's just gonna be kinda w but at the same time if you same time if if you take like a strong blast like in place of your friend then yeah you save your friend the same time. Your friends watching you die. So here's the thing first of all switching with your friend when he's like super techie. Battling it use of the move second of all with the whole sacrificing yourself thing you could easily do a shield a key shield and then switch and locked move. So there's different uses here. It's very versatile fair. This is my vote. Most versatile move for sure honestly like the good outweighs the bad with this like it in my head. I do see ways around that. you can That you can avoid the bad. So i'm gonna go ahead and man you know you guys sean all right. Are you ready for a really literally. I want something really stupid right now. I'm craving something stupid. Okay then My next to you'll actually like by next to really stupid So when i said. I wanted to give the advantage to to characters like humans and androids like some not really focused on. What's sans these next. Two moves are not that at all instead. I wanted to kind of give moves. To one of my favorite fusions of all time gas tanks so just keep in mind the The next two moves. That i have no tanks moves. So this one's kind of of kind of a feint attack. Meaning you think he's charging for something really really big but it's just kinda mediocre but a definitely catches the enemies off guard. It's kind of a did you. Just and then. He punched him in the face. So this one. I'm calling mega supersonic rude belt. No oh so so..
Dennis Muilenburgs Bet on the Future
"Denis muhlenberg has kept a low public profile since he left his job. Ceo of boeing at the end of twenty nineteen. But that's about to change me. Lemberg has teamed up with air finance founder. kirsten bartok tau and other aviation luminaries to fund a special purpose. Acquisition company called new vista acquisition corp. They're aiming to raise two hundred and forty million dollars through public offerings to acquire businesses focused on transformational technologies in areas. Such a space defense and communications advanced their mobility and logistics. What does that mean well. We'll let you hear directly from denison. Kirsten who have joined today also with us on my side of the table so to speak is aviation weeks. Technology specialists and urban air mobility guru executive editor graham warwick. Just one no we will. Not be talking about boeing past or future. If you're interested in that i'd like to refer you back to our january twenty nine podcast so let's get started a dentist. Tell us what you're up to. And why joe the good morning and thanks for the chance to talk about new vista. We're very excited about this. New endeavor and that excitement starts with a tremendous opportunity that we see right now as you know i had the privilege of being the ceo of boeing back in. We celebrated our centennial in two thousand sixteen and we. We did some work together on the age of aerospace and when we look back on the history of aerospace the opportunity in front of his right. Now i think it's the greatest one in that one hundred plus year history harris face. We're seeing this convergence of technologies in a way that we've never seen before technologies that span artificial intelligence autonomy new manufacturing techniques satellite technologies new types of vehicles and propulsion systems that set of emerging technologies. All at once has never happened before. Combine that with mega-scale changes in the market. You mentioned air mobility new waste. People are moving Logistics e commerce capabilities the revolution in space in the build out of the lower orbit ecosystem and next generation defense systems that combination of technologies and mega skill. Market ships creates an unprecedented opportunity. And that's what we're focused on at new vista kirsten. Let's hear from you. What brought you into team. Up with dennis and How are you approaching this. Thanks joe and as you know. I've been pretty focused on advanced ever ability for the last four or five years Having been based in silicon valley and kind of live through the internet growth and doing venture capital back then realized early that this transition was going to happen and just from the basic technologies with your talk about them. Electrification greeted propulsion which then goes to autonomy and an ad in hydrogen which has come on the radar lately These technologies are going to completely change Aerospace so that the next twenty years is going to look completely different in the last twenty years and even the is you know. The aircraft designs will look entirely different. Lucky enough i been working on this trying to figure out the right vehicle to investment doing a lot of my own personal investing some through our finance and then was Got on the idea of a spec realized that could be the optimal solution to help. These emerging companies crossed the chasm of death valley of death that we call where you got early stage venture capital money but they needed at large amount of growth capital. These are deep company's hardware and software at their capital intensive and then added that they've got the regulatory component of the faa and. they needed some good opportunities. For large amounts of crossover capital groups. Like softbank could have been that or sovereigns but the spac product has really come in to help. These company cost the valley of death and make it to the next level where they're commercialization occurs and their operational so i couldn't be more lucky to partner with such an incredible operators dennis someone who really pushed billing to be more. Entrepreneurial created horizon ex and necks and We put together a great team here. And we're excited to make a positive difference in the landscape. So so what are you thinking. I mean how do you take these technologies that we write about all time. I guess our listeners want to know and apply them to be like a real product. What what is really exciting. Talk about this this change in the next twenty years. What can we see in practical terms. What are we going to see. joe. I think you're gonna see transformation in these four market segments that we're talking about that's way beyond what we've ever seen before i take what's happening in the in. The lower orbits space ecosystem and extraordinary the number of technologies. That we're seeing that are coming into places real applications now. The build out a satellite infrastructure nanno sats micro sats we see a market for fifty thousand plus additional small sets on orbit or the next decade. We see a number of companies who are working on breaking the cost curve for access to space new launch capabilities that are coming to bear and then new applications in terms of how to use those satellite networks to create information at useful data earth observation New kinds of reconnaissance and surveillance capabilities connectivity. In communications i think the low earth orbit ecosystem. Build out that we're seeing now is just one example of the kind of massive transfer transformation that we're gonna see that's going to create economic value. It's gonna create new companies new jobs. it's going to create a new technologies that are on the innovation edge that are now ripple out into other business sectors. So it's an exciting time to be working on this leading edge
Three ways to implement interfaith dialogue from top official of UNs inclusivity wing
"This is Natalie Hutchinson with you and news global communication understanding the value of religious freedom and a solid framework are all key in better protecting religious sites writes. That's from Miguel Moratinos High Representative for the United Nations Alliance of Civilisations U. N. referencing a Thursday announcement of a new plan to counter hate and violence around the globe he said that the main objectives are to raise awareness of the importance of religious sites and human spirituality and certainly it offers concrete ways that countries can come together to help achieve this. Mr Modena's spoke to you a newses Pascal Sim about UNCO Aziz approach to implementing the changes what I think of these action plan to safeguard release site the main objective choose to raise awareness of the public opinion about the importance of religious about imports and overly just city of speed the Detroit but a part of that we have of course identify a lot of recommendation Tara dressed to I'm Tony United entities. We have some recommendations on how the UN have to to to adopt some important step by tortured to member state governments also of course we have to address or religiously the society media and the private sector and I think the three main objectives that are going to be the one who are going to trigger the action of the of the plan is I is to really try to have a global communication plan in the to really get this semester of regard told the society that everybody seems the primary school to the jump people but also autour the whole society understand importance over DC shoes of important having places that you can go and Sergio Gripe to pray peace and safety and then sit con men recommendation is to have a mapping how to identify what are these for these aside how we are going to make the breakdown of the importance of certain site for study point-of-view for symbolic interview and finally we would prefer a conference a Global Conference Asami that for first time the leaders religious was legal and political leaders and she was so tired we'd be together. We are now going to have a very timely. Liam very important the the sightsee conference of Sammy Tha about climate change while we want for two to twenty twenty you too have a similar framework in order to address these issues and how will you be able to all countries accountable to actually act on the plane while governments are going to be the one who share a have the primary responsibility they are the ones who have to did they have some of them already some national strategy on really implement team. Bartok the recomendation. We had about some of the new recommendations they should they. They know they have not been informed about them so we can come with certain reporters and advice in other that they can't ameliorate and improve the way to examine the risk of threats how alert artem well or certain thread that can come to to decide how we involve everybody together. You know to really contact to save displaces so I think gover governments member state are the ones who have the main responsibility the by the UN and the UN or see I mean the United Nations of decision would be the one who could provide certain recommendation advice and support in order to implement the plan and how quickly do you hope effective changes can be made to religious. I think timers over for essence you know we cannot wait for goal to starting prevent the plan so we'd be very active and it is going to be a panel sequence. No we will reaping things adapt you know recommendation poteen developing in these action plan that can't really facilitate implementation process but at the same time we're trying to really come with concrete to support the twelve orient to mitigate this kind of act.