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"bela" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:18 min | 6 months ago

"bela" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"One of those things of like, it's not a bad thing. It can be a very good thing in a business to have to deal with a very hard thing like that in a very public thing because I think how you show up and who you are is it's a good, it's a good challenge, but I'm excited about around the world or sleep for the rest of the year and next year is so exciting. There are so many great things coming out and that keeps me super excited. I don't need to tell you you guys have more streaming competitors now than you ever had before. We see it just in so many different ways, including at the Emmys where there's now a zillion of these other places with stuff. If somebody is got a great idea, somebody's got a great idea, what is the best reason for them to take it to Netflix versus one of your competitors in 2022? So I think there's a lot of great people, a lot of great places that make great shows. And I'd say two things. One, we always want to be a great place to work for talent that they have a vision, and that gets supported and realized. And I do think that is something we talk about and really aspire to every day. I'd say the second thing is, when we make a very good, when we make a great show, the conversation and the cultural zeitgeist, the Netflix can create or has on the platform to a global scale. Is something that uniquely we have been able to do. And just finally, is there anything you can tease about what you were just saying, you know, exciting year or whatever ahead is there a country we should be on the lookout for as the next South Korea or a project that could be your next Stranger Things or whatever. Just anything that you are especially excited about that you want to get some other people excited about. Oh, there's so many exciting things. Okay, I will do a quick rapid fire. So Queen Charlotte, very excited about the watcher from Ryan Murphy, very excited about the lying life of adults in Italy based on Elena ferrante's novel is just exquisite. The emperor is coming from Germany. So good. Oh my God, I could go on and on. There's so many good shows, but what I love and I'm excited about just seeing just amazing storytelling, you know, around the world. And late late next year, we'll have the prequel to or the following soon, the prequel to la Casa de papel, which is Berlin, which I think will please many, many fans. So I just, you know, it's amazing to see. And again, for our members to get storytelling from all over the world with very easy answers. That's a good game too. Eventually, right? And Squid Game too. Yes, the story is so good for this next season. How soon do you think it will be on the service? I don't know yet because director Wong is incredibly talented and incredibly thorough and very, he's going to do, you know, every breath of it. So it'll take a while, but it will definitely be worth it. Well, thank you so much. I really appreciate it. And thank you for many. Thank you. Great hours on Netflix. Thank you so much. Thanks for doing this. Appreciate it. Thanks very much for tuning into awards chatter. We really appreciate you taking the time to do that. And would really appreciate you taking a minute more to subscribe to our podcast on iTunes or your podcasts app, and to leave us a rating as well. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, you can reach me via Twitter at Twitter dot com slash Scott feinberg. Until next time, thanks for joining us. We could we could fly. This is your summer. That means 6 flags in the taste of an ice cold Coca-Cola. We're talking thrilling coasters, delicious burgers, real moments together, and this. Coke is summer refreshment when you need it most, so you can hop on another ride or race down a slide at the water park. 6 flags in Coca-Cola. Come make it yours. Visit 6 flags dot com slash Coke to save up to $20 on passes, plus daily tickets starting at 34 99.

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"bela" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

07:20 min | 6 months ago

"bela" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Miles away to go see a documentary, but that doesn't mean you're not and that wouldn't be what you go to on opening weekend or Friday night, but that doesn't mean there's not the interest. And with you guys, the barrier for entry is so much easier, you just put it on. Do you think there's always been this kind of openness to this kind of content if it was easily accessible? And I mean, one of the things I think you've also done to make it more easily accessible, you guys, I think spend quite a bit of money subtitling in a lot of languages, dubbing in a lot of languages. Can you just talk about how has it surprised you that there's been that kind of a surge that you're talking about where 71% of people are doing this? So I look, I think definitely we subtitle and 37 languages and we dub in 34 languages. And Netflix is a service has made the access right there. So if you're interested, it's very easy, right? To your point, no barrier of entry, you're not driving into a movie, you're on driving miles. You really from your home can discover storytelling from many places. And I always think that has been there in most of the world because much of the world outside of the U.S. or outside of English language speaking countries have watched dub content for a long time. They have watched other countries content for a long time. So there was always this openness of just great storytelling. And so I think that has been there. And I think the one thing is that we have to remember these local stories that they may be very local. But those themes and things are very universal and they can connect with people. I think you can even look at something like in English, like never have I ever. Another show Mindy and I Mindy and I did together on Netflix, so it's so specific to an Indian American experience and it resonates with people all over the world because you don't have to be Indians obviously get it and just again that show specificity and how that really connects with people. And I think people because human beings in the end of the day, these are very universal themes, you know, are moved by that. And we've seen that right with parasite. And we've seen that with Roma and you've seen that in other places in film. And now it's really happening. You see I have a KPop. You've seen it happen in different ways and now it has really happened with Ceres. the biggest for sure of that, but also it's been happening for you pointed out those other ones, you know, through the years of discovering this amazing storytelling. I mean, unorthodox is mostly in yiddish. Right. I mean, by a lot. And it's a very specific, very specific story. Yeah. No, I think, and there's so many other examples I could have brought up here that happened under your watch. And I know that your focus brought in 2020, I guess maybe it was during the pandemic or right before the pandemic to. This new position VP global TV, which is obviously basically everything rather than just the local language of before, but went along the line did Squid Game first even cross your radar in some form. And would you ever have imagined when it did that it had the potential to do what it's done? So it's interesting. So I had I was doing I was overseeing everything outside of the U.S. and I had already done licensing and unscripted in the U.S.. So when I put in the U.S. scripted part of the job to make it global, the interesting thing was, at that point, I said to Ted, the U.S. crypto part is the first job you've offered me. I actually know how to do what I have experienced doing. But I'd also have done sort of the other pieces. And so it was great to have the one look at all of television in this way. Squid Game, so when I meet with all the teams around the world and I meet with the content teams and we're really looking at the slate ahead and big things or just strategy of what kinds of shows and what they have and what they're excited about or what we don't have and what kinds of things we should be doing. And early on, they said that director Wong and how the script and they were doing is a series and they were very bullish on it and very early on we always knew because each country and each region has their tent poles, right? They know the big shows and their country. And the goal really is to be very big in their country and it could be regionally things sort of travel and then sometimes they really break through in a bigger way. And Squid Game was always a temple in Korea and always a temple. We figured in Asia because a lot of the K dramas in Korean shows travel all through Asia and Southeast Asia. And so we always knew that. That was always one that was signaling that. I would love to say that I saw it coming. But I feel like sometimes when it's something has never happened in the history of entertainment or the world in that way, that you can't sort of see that coming. And what was really amazing also about it, we all thought it was amazing and great, right? It really resonated. It was so original, but emotional, and it was propulsive, but it had this memorable iconography at the same time woven in with the most nuanced character. So it was special definitely. But I thought what was really exciting and interesting to see, was that it was organic fandom that grew that show. It was fans and members who watched and shared on TikTok and memes and social media and really shared the show. And that's really where it started growing and pierced this cultural zeitgeist kind of in the way that it did. So in your view, I mean, just first of all, can you contextualize? Can you give people some idea when we say this is the biggest show in the history of Netflix? What that actually means in terms of hours or numbers or whatever, but also why. I'm sure you guys must do the same way that you do algorithms to try to use an algorithm to try to figure out what people might like to some degree. What's the post mortem here of why it did take off in the way that it did? So when we say big, so it was so we had 94 countries that have top ten lists, right? So it was in all of those 94 countries. And if you want to talk about view hours, which might give people some context, it was it had a 1.65 billion hours view in the first month. So 1.65 billion hours viewed in the first month. So that is enormous. And we don't use algorithm ever to decide what would work or could work. We'd go on judgment and gut and somebody hears a pitch because there's no way you could ever

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"bela" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

06:59 min | 6 months ago

"bela" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Again, I said, okay, you know, I'm gonna go learn this. And it wasn't, you know, I have to say I absolutely fell in love with that. Well, I guess maybe I'm maybe there's a marker that I'm missing here, but it seems like Netflix's interest in non English language content may have started around 20 15 and 15. With narcos, I guess, then okja 2017 Roma, big time 2018, almost one best picture Oscar. But I guess can you just describe for somebody who's trying to picture how big of an operation and a presence, Netflix is, how many countries around the world is Netflix streamed in and then also, how many countries around the world does Netflix have personnel in? So where, okay, so okay, so I'm going to bring this down in a different way. So we're in a 190 countries that were streamed in. We now roughly 60 percent of our members are outside of the U.S. and I think people sometimes forget that part. And we have country offices like local teams making local shows. We have 26 local countries, right country teams, local teams. And we make original series in 40 different countries. So that's like we hear Netflix Korea is creating Squid Game under your oversight, but they have a certain amount of autonomy, just like however many other countries. Yes. So there's a team in Seoul and a team in Mumbai and a team in Paris and a team in São Paulo and there's teams all around the world that make because when you really think about making authentic, great shows is you need very experienced production people and creative executives who speak the language who are from the creative community. They know who the writers are. They live and work in that and to be very local is very important to us. And I think sometimes people think we make global shows. And obviously, we don't want global shows. We want local and authentic shows that we then put on a global platform, but the things that are the most global are actually the most local and the most specific. And so that's why to make very locally specific, authentic shows has to really be on the ground with expertise and language in those countries. And what I think has been amazing to see is that, you know, when you talk about this of different, it's who gets to tell these stories on a global scale. And there used to be a time traditionally where Hollywood always exported stories and Hollywood makes amazing series and movies and will always continue to export them. But now you are seeing many very talented creators, writers, directors, actors, tallying their stories from all parts of the world, that now have a global platform. So we know the examples, I think, of projects from outside of America that have become international phenomena for you guys. I'll just mention a few that I think will probably ring a bell for people. Money Heist starting in 2017 or la Casa de papel. Barbarians and Germany, unorthodox, which won the directing Emmy, lupin, and of course Squid Game, which I'm going to ask you about more in a second. But I guess on average, given that you have so much going on around the world, how do the local productions generally perform with their local audiences. And what I mean by that is I'm a big sort of student fan or just great interest in Hollywood history. And I find that it was interesting after World War II, Hollywood productions where I guess basically there was a quota imposed in England where they said, you know, we're really going to cut down on the amount of Hollywood production here to hopefully boost our own industry. And in retaliation, Hollywood just pulled all their stuff from the English market. And they were very quickly back asking for Hollywood content because there wasn't a huge demand for homegrown product there. Obviously, you guys are not having to deal with exhibition of in theatrical exhibition in the way that that factored in there. But do you find that there is a great hunger from your statistics for this kind of content or is it actually the exception when it blows up like some of the examples I mentioned? So it's very, so I say there's a couple of different things. So one is that people in a country absolutely want to see their own stories, right? Their stories reflected in their language and their culture and specificity of storytelling. So the locals shows in those countries and their own local countries that are intended for do incredibly well and people are very excited. It's the, you know, the stars they know. It's something very specific to them. And it's very much of the mirror reflected, which is a very powerful thing. And that's great to have. On Netflix is a global service, which is amazing to see is that and and people like to go, oh, I love to watch Spanish content, so I also get to see that. Oh, and I love my Hollywood films and series, and I get that also. Oh, and there's this great trip from the UK, and I also get that. That people have are very open to watching many different things. And I'd say, first of all, there's amazing storytelling from all over the world. Secondly, they have access. You can scroll, you can watch Ozark and you can scroll right over and you can watch Squid Game, right? And you can scroll over and you can watch who kills there or from Mexico. The access is there, easy if you have openness. So if you think about it from 2000 19 to 2021, 71% of you as members, right? There was 71. There's 71% increase in watching non English things, right? So an openness, either you heard maybe la Casa de papel, Money Heist was great. Now you were going to watch it. And now there is an openness to do it. And so I think it's very important to always remember that the show is told in many different very locally relevant and that people also like to watch shows from different countries. Do you think it's a factor? I remember we had Lisa Nash more on this podcast talking about back when it was, I think, primarily documentaries and comedy was her focus that maybe you're not, if you're looking for, if you're interested in documentaries, maybe you wouldn't drive to a movie theater 40

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Jen Psaki Tries Explaning Inflation Rates With Another Excuse

The Dan Bongino Show

02:04 min | 11 months ago

Jen Psaki Tries Explaning Inflation Rates With Another Excuse

"Here's peppermint at it again I had a suggestion from a listener who was a good one again They said we should call her Pinocchio patty I gotta stick with peppermint I'm a loyal guy It's a great suggestion Thank you for the spectacular audio for audience feedback but I gotta stick with peppermint paint So here's peppermint just about a half an hour ago with Peter doocy Trying to explain away why the inflation crisis she said when they first took office the hapless Biden administration was going to be transitory for the liberals Listen let me temporize I'm sorry I should have cleared that up She said first it would be temporary transitory Then when it wasn't transitory she blamed was a truckers and then the supply chain and then the ports in LA and then she blamed Bela Lugosi and the Dracula and then she blamed the 84 bets and then finally she's now she had now she's she's done with the 84 bets And then she blamed Tim She said the tough will shuffle did it And then after that she's like no Vladimir that was for Jim by the way is always wondering why I'm throwing in weird sports That was just for Jim Now she's blaming Vladimir Putin Now when you are the leader of the free world then this is your spokesperson and they have 30 different stories for ten different events You probably know they're lying Here sucking again trying to explain away but no no the inflation is definitely Vladimir Putin now Even it wasn't yes yesterday was a supply chain thing here Check this out Thank you Jen We just heard you say again that you think inflation is going to be temporary We've heard you say that it was going to be temporary since last spring So how long do you guys think temporary is Well again Peter I think what we do is we rely on the assessments of the Federal Reserve and have outside economic analysts who give an assessment of how long will last The expectations and their assessment at this point continues to be that it will moderate by the end of the year There's also no question that when a foreign dictator invades a foreign country and when that foreign dictator is the head of a country that is the third largest supplier of oil in the world that that is going to have an impact And it is And so it's that point Inflation goes up today The president's statement blames the Putin price type Are you guys just going to start blaming Putin for everything

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Sen. Cotton: Vladimir Putin's Intention Is Being 'the Next Great Czar'

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Sen. Cotton: Vladimir Putin's Intention Is Being 'the Next Great Czar'

"The killing people they're destroying the infrastructure of Ukraine It's all out war against this country We have NATO countries right on the border Serious Eastern European NATO countries Romania Hungary Poland you've got the Balkan states You've got others And can you imagine Latin repute and he takes over Ukraine here he is sitting on the border and what's he going to do for the next ten years sit there and pick his nose What's he going to do So I think we should add that he also has de facto control of Belarus as well The main effort against Kyiv is coming from Belarus not technically Russian territory but I think now it's fair to say especially over the last year when he helped Alexander Lukashenko to Bela Russian dictator still the election that Belarus is de facto now part of Russia once again And this is part of Vladimir Putin's long-term ambitions Mark As you know this is nothing to do with Ukraine membership in NATO that was not somehow approaching There is no relevant deadline There's no plan even for Ukraine to join NATO It wasn't about military exercises on Ukrainian soil We don't conduct those If you just listen to what Vladimir Putin said Monday night in that speech Well for that matter Mark as I'm sure you did read the essay he published last summer which is entitled on the historic unity of the Russians and the Ukrainians You can see that this is all about reassembling the greater Russian Empire that he has the ambition to become the next great Tsar in the mold of Peter the great or Catherine the Great And he can not in his mind be either Russians are have greater Russia without Belarus and Ukraine

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"bela" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"bela" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bela Fleck is one of the greatest living banjo players. He's followed What many experience as this quintessential American roots instrument back to its roots in Africa, and he's taken it where no Ben Joe has gone before. Abigail Washburn is a celebrated banjo player and singer both in English and Chinese. These two are partners in music and in life, recovering something ancient and deeply American all at once, bringing both beauty and refreshment to what they play and how they live. And deepest. She On pierced by you. But when I heard Doc Watson, I felt like I heard the beauty of authentic American culture and I wanted it so bad. I've been looking for it so badly. And I finally heard it when I heard Doc this high lonesome, searching, struggling, suffering, hopeful voice singing this ancient melody and the old old words for me what? I think the word I thought of when you when you're talking about that what you actually heard? Was the truth. It just sounds so true. Even though it's it's just notes. You know, this is something more about it. What you gotta do what you can do. What you gonna do What you gon magic? What you gotta do what you gonna do when the land goes under the water? I'm Krista Tippett and this is on being As this show approaches its 20th year, we are resurfacing some favorite shows that have delighted and shaped us and resonates still, and this is one of those.

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"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"So lame sweet. Okay your turn. i didn't bring any tissues. They left flick. What you've learned about what it means to be human that you couldn't possibly have guessed growing up in your favorite song. You like chocolate. All right come on. What was the question. What is the banjo. Teach you about life. Well you know i. I don't know where. I put my energy and i feel like everybody got a certain amount of energy in your life to devote to various things and i've been putting most of my energy into the banjo for most of my life. And actually what's interesting learning much about life right now from having a child. Abby and juno is a great teacher. And i'm what you call type a psychotic musician. I've lived that way up until now where i could. I could make music thing the most important thing in the world and and in a way that it's my job my job is to and i know it's not make believe that the banjo and what happens with the banjo is like the most important thing in the world. And that's why i'm that's what i do. That's my job. I the experience is like just like a great physicist has to believe that's the most important thing in the world to do the kind of work he wants to do but once you have a kid all of a sudden it's clearly not the most important thing in the world and so there's a lot of growing up comes with that because it's you know it's a different world so the challenge is now are how to keep the commitment that i made this guy while keeping the commitment that i made to this girl and the guy who is the little guy. Yeah so the holy. The holy badger emperor. Yeah so that's a challenge but you know we're figuring it out together and i'm finding that it's okay not to wake up and go know work on hard musical all day and to stop and spend all morning with the watching this little kid full of wonder at these things you know as best i can do well. It's great it's been a real joy and an honor to To dive into what you do and who you are. And i'm glad you're on the world and Thank you thank you for making yourself available for this and thank you all of you for coming. Now they're going to play some music for us again new. Hi guys. would you guys sing with us. Yeah all right. This is an old song that was recorded on a porch in merle's and let south carolina in the nineteen thirties. And i you know. Maybe we should try to learn it. I think you're gonna learn it really fast so just warm up your voices. Aw get the lipscomb. Come on life is so much more fun. When you do that i to the kingdom out can do the key. Can you do me. No the trump move on down down. You sound that trump to you hear from me. I got the key. Wild to the king down world can do me no harm john on. I'm a caddo gave from heaven. Oh i got the keys. Kingdom ki the king down can do you. Her yet spoke in they zimmerman. Jam came from an ellen down deputies in.

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"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"So i get to get to have it. I get to feel it. I get to be with her. But then it's okay to let go. Yeah we did it. And it's a container but also it. It touches other people also as the hope that actually was kind of an amazing demonstration of something that i was going to read to you. Bela this was somebody. This is from a blog called the rabbis pen. Have you ever heard this. My crack producer lily found this for me. Spiritual reflections on bailiff deflect tones by a rabbi. I didn't. I couldn't find the rabbis name. Music is a language away. All right we'll take it with a grain of salt. Music is a language a way of communicating vehicle for bringing greater peace tolerance and humor into our own hearts and into the world. Music is a spiritual discipline and a great teacher. Great musicians like bailiff lake and the flick tones are also great teachers. Think of yourself. Everything of yourself. As a teacher i dunno. I know there are people that have that. Learn from what i do. And it's exciting to see people that have taken What i what. I what i do and built on it just the way i built on earl scruggs and tony trish trashcans so many people that i learned from. But i don't formally teach very much and and in the past mostly. Because i was just so busy trying to do what i what i've been doing. You know and but i actually love teaching. I think actually that active teaching and that spiritual discipline was also send you know in that music you just you just shared. It's like it was an embodiment of this. This person also said At the rhyming auditorium. Bela fleck took a few moments to honor one of his teachers later. Scruggs there was a palpable sense of reverence and holiness throughout the auditorium. As many of us understood the great love that emerges when true teaching and learning have occurred. Well there's a lot you can do with instrumental music. And and sometimes we. We tend to sideline it and think of it as background music or support for vocals a lot of times. I can't tell you how many times i've been playing with somebody for an audience and the singer sings and then as soon as we go into the instrumental part people start talking and doesn't matter who it is going to be with some of the greatest musicians in the world. It's like a a go to. That's not the main thing but you know go to india. You might have a very different experience of spiritual experience listening to music. Doesn't have to india wherever you wherever you hear it or even people hearing the great german classical music or chopin can have a pretty ecstatic experience through the works of human beings. But i think the the great ones are trying to access this feeling when they play and and the pieces that i've come up with it. That have a strong mood or that kind of a component. I couldn't explain to you what i was going for. When i was trying to write them. I might have found a sound that that expressed a feeling or mood that I tried to write a piece around. And i couldn't explain what that mood is even but there but if someone who listened to it would know exactly what i was talking about we Joined to a close. And we're gonna hear a little more music from you. I advocate one of. I often will kind of circle around to this question of What you've learned through the life you've lived about what it means to human. And how how. Perhaps that has evolved since your your early days things that you know now are believe now that we're experience now. That would've surprised you. Then i felt i feel abigail at. You've been really are about your wisdom. In the commencement address you gave a colorado college and also this beautiful. Ted talk that gave and i love for you to reflect on that question. I would also love for you to tell that story that you told in the ted talk The little girl because it seemed to be kind of a moment that crystallized that for you how you how you think about this big question of why why you're here and why you live your life the way do. I was in china after the the big earthquake in two thousand eight. I hope i'm right about that. The years are fine by now. I have a baby and they will continue to and with a friend of mine. We were making. David liang the shanghai restoration project. We were making a a record with the kids And this actually happened before. We came back to make the record. I went there just to see what i could do. Because i had spent a lot of time in sichuan My great teacher who taught me my tremendous love for china old lady wong is from sichuan and so i felt like i really had to go back to citronen see what was going on with people there and how they were recovering. Eighty thousand people died are the estimates and it was a lot more than that and a lot of people affected so i went around and joined a for a couple of friends who are doing a quick relief project and they said why. Don't you just come a music for for the kids at these relocation schools. They had been taken away from their families at at home because many of their homes were destroyed and they had the parents had to stay there and rebuild them so the schools move to other places and the kids were struggling so much they were not only taken away from their homes but they had lost a lot of members and they were living in these Temporary trailers in place. They didn't know at all with just their teachers their their their fellow students come play for the kids. And maybe maybe it'll relieve their. You know their their minds for a moment and just thinks music. So i did and had so much fun with the kids and at the end of my performances. The kids would always come up to me and they'd they'd say you sang for us now. We want to sing for you. You know and so most of them. I would listen to like ninety pop songs. Chinese pops on bill would it and it was very cute and fun But this one girl came up to me and she said Long bad year which means big sister..

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"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"In the years ago and my grandma was a part of that and her ashes are spread her ashes. They're know really. It's a very important place for abbie's family. And i have to say you know. It's enviable out to think about this. Being part of your of your marriage your your friendship and relationship in a way that you can celebrate you know you can literally make music together. It's great i mean. We're constantly amazed by our our situation. Is we get to travel down the road with these very special people that that richard and and and bebop and My mom's mom and helen support team. That help us do these concerts and and make it all happen. You june goes to bed before the show usually and sleep in the bunk and it takes a lot of people to make all of that work. But it's really we'll get to go out and play music so sweet sweet situation. Probably the hardest thing to do is to find time to make new music because we wake up in the morning with juno on the bus and the first thing we wanna do is just go play with them and be with them and so we do that. We spend several hours together with do know until he falsely for his nap. Been we're wiped out and then we're tired. Yeah well. And i do have to say because i have been watching. The tv show nashville. Oh yeah i am mutare that this juggling music making music and and a relationship can be challenging. I don't know how does it factor and now juliette. Oh my yeah. I thought maybe i'd try to go visit deacon in the hospital..

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"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Of who was kind of an amazing demonstration of something that i was going to read to you. Bela this was somebody. This is from a blog called the rabbis pen. Have you ever heard this. My crack producer lily found this for me spiritual reflections on bela fleck and the flesh tones by a rabbi. I didn't i couldn't find the rabbis name Music is a language. All right. we'll take it with a grain of salt. Music is a language a way of communicating vehicle for bringing greater peace tolerance and humor into our own hearts and into the world. Music is a spiritual discipline and a great teacher. Great musicians like bela fleck and the flick. Tones are also great teachers. Think of yourself of yourself as a teacher. i don't know. I mean. I know there are people that have learned from what i do. And it's exciting to see people that have taken What i what. I what i do and built on it just the way i built on earl scruggs and tony trish ken so many great people that i learned from this person also said At the reimann auditorium. Bela fleck took a few moments to honor one of his teachers. The late earl scruggs there was a palpable sense of reverence and holiness throughout the auditorium. As many of us understood the great love that emerges when tru teaching and learning have occurred. Well there's a lot you can do with instrumental music and and Sometimes we t- we tend to sideline it and think of it as background music or support for vocals. Like a lotta times. I can't tell you how many times i've been playing with somebody For an audience and the singer sings and then as soon as we go into the instrumental part. People start talking and doesn't matter who it is could be with some of the greatest musicians in the world. It's like a a go to. That's not the main thing but you know go to india. You might have a very different experience of a spiritual experience. Listening to music. Doesn't have to be india wherever you wherever you hear it. Or even people hearing The great german classical music or chopin can have a pretty ecstatic experience through the works of of human beings and the pieces. That i've come up with it. That have strong mood or that. Kind of a component. I couldn't explain to you what i was going for when i was trying to ride them or i might have found a sound that that has expressed a feeling or mood that i tried to write a piece around and I couldn't explain what that mood is even but there but if but someone who listened to it would know exactly what i was talking about. We are joined to close. And we're going to hear a little more music from you i I often will kind of circle around to this question of What you've learned to the life you've lived about what it means to be human. And and how how perhaps that has evolved. Since you know your early days things that you know now are believe now that experience now that would have surprise you then. I was in china after the the big earthquake in two thousand eight. I hope i'm right about that. The years are fine by another. I have a baby and they will continue to and with a friend of mine. We were making delaying the shanghai restoration project. We were making a record with the kids And this actually happened before. We came back to make a record. I went there just to see what i could do. Because i had spent a lotta time in sichuan My great teacher who taught me my tremendous love for china old lady wong is from sichuan and said you know. Why don't you just come place. A music for for the kids at these relocation schools and the kids were struggling so much. I mean they were not only taken away from their homes but they had lost a lot of family members and they were living in these Temporary trailers in a place. They didn't know at all with just their teachers their their fellow students and at the end of the my performances the kids would always come up to me and they'd they'd say you sang for us. Now we want to sing for you. you know. And so most of them. I would listen to like ninety pop songs chinese pops up. You alien debut would it. And it was very cute and fun but this one girl came up to me and she said one bad year which means big sister. Wong washburn is long. Geelong dodgier was young. Gainey chung iguchi. Should mama gerald good. Big sister wong. I wanna sing you a song that my mother taught me and my mother died in the earthquake and so she sat down on my lap and she started singing to me and tears started coming down my face and she started to cry too. I had this moment. Where i just saw this light shining from her and from me i felt so very connected to her and to everyone and i just knew that i wanted to live and i do want to live in that light as much as possible with her and with you and with everyone and that's how i try to live. My life.

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"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"That's kind of a century them where my mind went. Yeah let's let's and we got to do these state department tours. Us is usa which basically they call them propaganda tours but we got to go to india and bangladesh. We got to go to a lot of amazing places and at a certain point. I realized that we had like an ambassador status so I started cabling ahead and saying find me musicians. I want to get there. I wanna jam with somebody and and started They people would show up. We get to a country and get to play with these these people and we'd start out like what is what is this like abbie. What is why. Why am i here. Why do i have to do this when we start to play and the whole room would change. it was like almost the color changed from this dark to technicolor. You know like the wizard of oz you know when you landed is and so it was such an exciting thing that was part of what made me feel competent. That going to africa could be that way because it had that experience over over and over again and when the flood tones got the opportunity to do a trip like that to the pacific rim. We made it a point that every country went to somebody from the local culture would come on stage and perform with us and it broke the ice like like nothing. It felt so great to do but that was favorite part of the show obviously for the locals because we were celebrating their culture and we taken the time to learn something their music which was really Great thing we both came to the separately and it's one of the and then we found each other that That aspiration that very kind of american ambition you had to go to law school and make policy change the world. This is a whole other way in to the same thing at a different at a human level they let you have said and i do again believe you really said this that the first time you heard abigail music. You're listening in the car and you've got stopped for speeding. it was out out franklin. There was just so caught up and she gave me in fact i. It's not really the first time. It's been slightly sanitized story. But what the first time i heard her. It was at a party and she was playing these very very sad slow songs with a bunch of girls gathered around her and i was going. This is just not for me. You know it was really. It was really slow and it was beautiful. But i was like okay. She's good you know. But but then she gave me this. This cd at this party. And i started listening to it. And i had a completely different experience because the banjo is upfront. There was this group to it and she was singing like you just heard her with this. Ancient sound very connected to traditional music. And i just started driving faster and faster. Wow i really like this. I was even talking to myself. And then i got pulled over and had to walk the line. Well i'm going to do my radio thing now. I'm krista tippett and this is on being today with musicians. Bela fleck abigail washburne in a public conversation at belcourt theatre in nashville tennessee him. It seems to me. Bela that your story is also about kind of not as much as it's about traveling through places it's about traveling through genres kind of i dunno as old star trek lever. Taking the banjo or no banjo has gone before.

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"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"We cut that out this one. Maybe i'll decide later. And he showed up and he saw me in this wonderful band of musicians from america and He just didn't look happy at all. he he looked at me said john. Goran her warren boone. Et t. hoods will americans and chinese cannot simply cannot play music together. Two different and i looked at him. And i was like. Oh okay Would you just play for us then. funding gay woman teeny sherry. Go an eat me. She wandered drago gershon and he pulled out his our who started playing this breathtakingly gorgeous melody from tibet. Actually and And the band as we were listening we just started to tune up our instruments to match his tuning in. We started playing along with him. And you can see this. It was barely there but you could see just corner of his mouth kinda turn up ever so slightly and that night. We performed that song that we created in that moment for fourteen hundred people in a theater in that town and at the end of the show he came up to me and and he so was Didn't want sean. We'll fauchet ally tonight. Discovered something butcher magwar aunt who doran boyhood so. It's not that americans in chinese can't play music together. Seen hushing hoods. It's just that music is actually the communication of hearts and that to me became whole. But that's not you get it. Ironically distant best interest and i have had parallel experiences back when i was in new grass revival in the eighties nine hundred eighty s. And.

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"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"bela" 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.

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"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"And she won. She wants but she was the only contestant in her age group but she finished she had a wonderful sense of humor as she was getting very old and and not remembering things and she'd get in the grandma loop where they say the same thing again and again you know did i order the omelette. I want the omelette. Grandma you've ordered four times You know she would laugh at herself. She laughed at herself until the moment she died. And we We love her so much. And so when. Juno was born which was just about a year and a half or two after she died. It was actually bela's mother who thought of the idea of great. If you're gonna write name yeah well and so think to this idea of reality and the truth in this music There's a story you told the first track on your new album. Which is your first or your first album together Is i've been working on the railroad. Would you sing in a minor key. But i love this. This story that you've told about how maybe this isn't true either. Correct me if i heard this on the internet or publicists rights alone so so that so you maybe you were traveling. Abigail your home. It's you know. And do know his banging on the table. Yeah and you got really about that which you know. This is a life lesson for other parents. Were not musicians because you thought. He's learning rhythm soon and banging in time. It was consistent time. Are you sure it's a fair question. But i mean what. I remember to somebody when i was learning to cross country. Ski in minnesota. Somebody taught me how to keep my pace by singing. I've been working on the railroad and the thing. I think a lot of people might think. Oh bluegrass music or folk. Music is not my music is not my taste and yet some of this music is like woven into our lives in ways that we don't ever don't even reflect on. Yeah i i. I don't think we'll let me put it this way. Some bluegrass music might not be your taste but some other bluegrass music might be. And if you just let the name bluegrass repel you because you just heard some bluegrass. You didn't like you'll miss out on a bunch of great music. And i think whenever we decide we don't like kinda music We're the one that loses because there's always something in every field. That's beautiful that that you would like. Yeah yeah and i it was just. It was kind of revelatory. Firming it to think about this when i was getting ready to talk to the two of you. This is not folk music. But the first thing i thought it was when we were learning baby. Cpr they taught us to sing staying alive. Actually stanley standard really does.

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"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"bela" 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.

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"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"bela" 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.

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"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"bela" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Abigail i know. You have a habit of bursting out into song spontaneous. Encourage you to do that tonight. Did you can dance anything that if you want to grab your banjo okay you know. We're we're i always start my conversation whether i'm talking to a physicist or banjo players they'd like a little bit about whether there is a religious or spiritual background your childhood and advocate. I'd like to start with you. You grow up in a few places chicago washington minnesota a little bit. I forgot that you were going to study than i. Oh my yeah. Well my grandmother who was in evanston illinois. Most of her life raised my mother. There unitarian universalist and i was raised from three to eleven years old in montgomery village maryland and the religious education. In that you you church. We actually went to everybody else's church. We learned about what it was like to go to temple or synagogue or mosque all kinds of different churches. And i was the kid in high school at instead of having band posters on my wall i had martin luther king jr. gandhi the united nations mural and instead of going to my senior prom. I decided to go to the united nations youth disarmament conference in canada. And i ended up coming back in time for prompt. Because a cute guy asked me but I actually did think that was more important. You know go to the un youth disarmament conference but So that's that was my my childhood as much as i should probably say and by the time i was leaving high school and going off for all the different adventures next chapter i i would say that i was I believe that my faith and my spiritual path was about cultivating myself for good action bela how do you think about the well. Would you think about the religious or spiritual background of your child. How do you think about that. Now you grew up in new york. I was raised a harmless heathen.

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"bela" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"bela" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Professor lecturer and owner of longtime established record label anyway records if it doesn't spoil his credibility too much. He is also an old friend. That eric and i have known for many many years. Today and eric discusses new book love death and photosynthesis bela welcome to the show. Hi eric thank you for having me. I appreciate it. It is a real pleasure. Your book is called love death and photosynthesis and it is really really good. And we're gonna get into all that in a minute and we're going to talk about how you and i know each other in a minute but let's start like we always do with the parable in the parable. There is a grandfather who's talking with his grandson. He says in life. There are tools inside of us that are always at battle one is a good wolf which represents things like kindness and bravery in love and the others are bad wolf which represents things like greed and hatred and fear and the grants stops and he thinks about it for second. It looks up at his grandfather. He says we'll grandfather which one wins and the grandfather says the one you feed. So i'd like to start off by asking you what that parable means to you in your life today in in the work that you do you know. We've known each other for a long time. And when you first were telling me about the podcast and the parable over the years. It's changed for me as i listened to this show and i hear it and i hear what you know other guests have have talked about. I think they're just connected. They're part of the same animal right that you can't have one without the other and as we live in these bodies the bad wolf in quotations is just as much as part of us as the goodwill what i think about when i hear it now though is discipline of being able to not fall back into the laziness that comes from feeling overwhelmed or tired of looking for a cure again quotation marks that what we feel eliminates the tiredness or the monday of life. I work in serving people as a social worker. And there's so much shame attached to the bad which clouds any sort of change because people get stuck with it. So i think for the good of is learning those practices and being mindful of them in finding people who help us be involved in those practices. You know and buddhism they talk about the songa like how important that is nephew. Somebody like me who really likes time alone. It's really easy to separate myself from that. So just like a wolf living among the pack. That is something that i think for myself..

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Activist Bevelyn Beatty: Black Didn't Go on the Cross for Me

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Activist Bevelyn Beatty: Black Didn't Go on the Cross for Me

"To my audience because you new yorker what happened like a year ago about a year ago more than with the blm to talk about this well Everyone knows me for facing the quote unquote mural placed in front of the trump tower on fifth avenue. Okay so in front of trump. tower's gone fifth avenue. there was a b. l. m. mural like on the street. Yes so how do they shut down fifth avenue to paint bela mural they shut it down and then afterwards they put barricades around it and they put a police officers directly there to protect it to make sure that. It's not defaced. And if it is. They had a the city. Come out and repaint it. The next day on y'all okay so you're that crazy woman and that's why i love you because we need way more crazy yes And we very people. Most people are timid. You what made you so bold. That i mean. Look that people are listening. You know just to be clear. Yes you are black so you bring a different Perspective kbia because so many white people are just like they're afraid to say anything like i'm not qualified to speak 'cause i'm white which is stupid but I can get that a little bit but most black people who think the way you do and there's zillions of they're afraid to speak to. I mean i'm gonna be honest with you. My walk with christ and who i am as christian identity in that is first and foremost before black. Black didn't go on the cross for me so any type of ideology organization that is pushing a anti christ agenda. It is my due diligence to come against it as a christian so it doesn't matter whether you were a white christian and asian christian black christian indian wherever you came from if this is your ideologies. Christ what you believe in your foundation. You gotta fight.

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"bela" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

Music in Motion Columbus

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"bela" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

"Jenny may and hope which right here. On the cac for podcasts. Bela legacy disagree beginning to show. It was a song. I i thought it would be the perfect kind of. Wrap everything up with your book. Love death and auto synthesis. But that that song i mean it just wow lyrically i mean. She's she's a songwriter. But i think his dare i say been criminally underrated under looked yet. I think if i touch on it in the book i probably do. I've been telling some people. I think one of my purposes for the book was was to tell her story Not only as somebody who was a friend and somebody. I cared about but her art the way she lived her life Also you know. I think jenny was somebody with her talent if she had been a man Certainly some of her vices would have been forgiven or morally more accepted so Y- a lot of people to kinda crazy jenny on high street But she was so much more than that. Yeah so i mean she was she she was. She was like a a a an explosion. she can either marvel y-you or startled you y- you didn't know what you're gonna get So i think part of her story is here's somebody within a mensa amount of talent Who she could be very lazy with talented. She wasn't ambitious and But also in the sense that the system that she worked that she lived in in terms of her her battle with mental illness and homelessness. You know she was homeless for a number of years This system you failed her. The the safety net that were supposed to have in this country failed her and I think her life was tragic and that somebody who is so special in so many ways died because some of the resources were not there certainly. She had a responsibility in her early death by her choices because she didn't need to die she she certainly could have had help more help along the way i mean somebody like that. Should i mean i for years. I worked with the homeless. That you know we shouldn't have homelessness in this country shouldn't exist in her plight when she was homeless was certainly avoidable but i also her navigation through The record world the record industry could have been better as well So but you know it. It is what it is. It's it's not a that's just the way the world is i'm i'm a realist with it so But i thought it was important for me to be able to tell her story as truthfully as i lived it and is truthfully she lifted and she knew i was writing the book to and so She was happy about that. Well i mean to me. it's it's it's. it's a tragic story. Obviously with her death and not only the like like you said the the the way the.

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Moving Machine Learning Into the Data Pipeline at Cherre

Data Engineering Podcast

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Moving Machine Learning Into the Data Pipeline at Cherre

"Hi by us on tiles on a data scientist cherry. Do you remember how you first got involved in the area of data management sites good of interesting routes in my career first and foremost physicists. In my condemning track originally was aimed for working in optics tonics when i finished my started working as a tonic designer for not to go communications company and then one day one of former post. Docs invited checkout chevy's office. He started working there at school. People come to get health and it was really kind of an immediate hits so jerry really met all the criteria that i have where it's still again. Perspective projects specifically the working on a really challenging problem defining domain model for bela states. There were working on high impact issue and it was work with smart people really smart people right so type. Problems is very challenging. And then what you're doing really to think about the real estate industry state as it is right now so the would be kind of what speed trading or is dead for the stock. Market's really changing the way the real estate market's looking at tech. So all that looked good. I joined sherry and they learned about the domain afield state so then who is one of the founders and learn about functional and object oriented programming test driven design micro services from medicine. Sterling is a senior engineer i learned about. Nlp knowledge grass from the awesome john madden or head of machine learning engineering. Who you've answered before. And zoya from ron beckerman bizarre. Cdo in data science professor. So it's been really great working all these people. It's been an awesome learning experience

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A Crash Course on The Business of Fashion Sustainability Index

The Business of Fashion Podcast

02:11 min | 1 year ago

A Crash Course on The Business of Fashion Sustainability Index

"Last week b. o. f. was proud to release the bureau f. sustainability index the combination of more than one year of research and analysis led by sarah kent our resident expert on sustainability and big business for the past year. Sarah has been leading our efforts to structure our thinking around. How fashion can reduce its impact on the planet and improve working conditions for its millions of workers. This week on the podcast. Sarah breaks down the thinking behind the index and shares. The key findings are report. The sustainability gap. How fashion measures up. But if you have yet had a chance to download the more than fifty pages of analysis or if you want to understand how we put the index together. This is an episode. You won't want to miss i. I asked sarah why the industry needed an index like this in the first place. I wanted something like this. I write about sustainability for bela. And i get all of these emails from companies telling me about this new sustainable initiative. They were doing committing to some amazing new ambitious target. And i want to really understand one. How did this combat what other companies in the industry doing and two is it really making a difference and it was so hard to figure it out comparing one company to another was almost impossible because they're all doing slightly different things or you know moving towards a similar doggett but talking about in a slightly different way and then understanding whether that really moving the needle on these ambitions are setting was equally difficult to establish so i wanted a tool to help me understand this data and i think when we kicked off. I was quite naive about what it would take to get this done. But i'm really glad that we kind of set out on this. Johnny because this tool now exists which is great for me and hopefully really useful. Ask the industry But also you know in discovering how challenging it really was to do. I think we also really did some valuable research in work to create a benchmark that doesn't allow you to make these comparisons and does allow us to understand the industry going. And that's so

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NCAA Tournament East Preview

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

05:58 min | 2 years ago

NCAA Tournament East Preview

"Welcome to coincide with greenberg dockage in the south bracket where the number one seed is. Bela number two seaters iowa states. Let's get right into it. John gallagher wild and i like john gallagher. Head coach at hartford neighborhood. Man the neighborhood who here west hartford the neighborhood as the ultimate philly guy. John gallagher is the ultimate dilly guy. I've already got the text from. I've spoken is tipped off banquet a year ago. The dude is certifiably insane in a good way. What he no one is going to enjoy the ncaa tournament more than it. So as soon as they won they immediately went to indianapolis and starts to quarantine and have experienced john. Enjoy it. we're gonna say nice things about you. You're a good guy. And ballard dance so nokes no trepidation about baylor's performance against oklahoma state. Oklahoma states really good people are losing their mind. What at at baylor games. They're playing in the big twelve. They're not planning west coast conference. You're playing in the big twelve. You're planning against other teams that have good players. You're gonna lose games all right. The next game is interesting. Opening round games wisconsin. Why i think he's just not right against north carolina who depending on the day is not right. I mean real simple carolina. You can take care of the ball. Are you gonna make your shot if you take care of the ball and at least get shots up. Then you have an advantage. Except that as we know wisconsin wisconsin's analytics over. Like if you just look at their analytics you would think they'd win every game. They don't give up second shots that will turn it over. They get pretty good shots but they don't play winning basketball. I know that sounds weird. But there's something not right. I think carolina find a way to win that game except the carolina. Jecklin hide reminds of this game. Would you like i like carolina. And this and i look whatever's happened to nate rivers whether it's kobe whether it's whatever it just hasn't been good. I expected more out of him. They don't run their stop nearly as well as they didn't pass they rely too much on one. And frankly they're not a one on one team. And you know what would those big garrison brooks bay. Come and all and bacon's and everybody else you can get into wisconsin. Guards make them drivers into traffic. I think this is a pretty good match up for north carolina. I just think they're better. And i think they're going to win the basketball game and i think they're going to win it fairly big. So if you wanna bet on a game this probably going to have tyke spread. That's gonna move it out a little bit. I think this is the game i think. North carolina wins by double digits. All right to winter is the sexy upset. eco nova plant without conquests. Be justin moore play the other day but wasn't good. They started the set a little bit. You know this is. This is a winter key. May play really fast. I've got a low post lower burns at play him about fifty minutes game. he's really productive. Obviously they got a very good camera. Badran the big six seven kind of point guard because they run the show through a tuck this about. They're extremely aggressive. Pat kelsey really likeable dude. Winter months play fast was gonna try to get into half court who you like. Well i i agree with everything you said. I think winter got a hell of a team. But if this was any other organization other than j j rights organization i would say the winthrop's gonna win the basketball game but you still have robinson hurl. You still have samuels. And if healthy justin moore. You've got three guys. You've got the best three guys on the court. And that always bodes. Well now the point guard situation okay. It is what it is. We all know that point guards at villanova stuff are important. It is the sexy. Pick the five twelve upset all that kind of stuff. But i'm not betting against jay wright and his organisation they just seem to overcome things that need to be overcome when they need to be overcome. I great i agree all right. So now this is an interesting north texas by gurus helmi north texas guards. The crap you absolutely flat can guard you an elite defensive team. They put great pressure notable they then eyeball reversal on play. Two man game with javon Handle it let the point guard and that they are really really good solid defensive team. They turn people over there really aggressive. But you've seen teams like that. Purdue doesn't beat themselves. You pretty has probably i i do. I think this is going to be right down to the wire south because what. I've talked to people today actually. Starting last night couple guys. I was surprised. North texas beat western kentucky. Not because i knew anything about no taxes. But because i saw western kentucky for three games and and they're really good athletic on the wing. Strong tough. I think what you said about the all of the defense bits. Dramatically bad against purdue get up into. They're not the quickest. Get shot team jay nineties really the only one that can i think this is going to be. I'm going to bet against purdue because i think produce offensive analytics put them in the top ten. But nobody's really pressured purdue nobody's really got into them and under wings. Don't take this game for granted. North texas is going to cover whatever the point spread is pretty wins. It the end. Are you got another big time. Texas tech utah state and utah state. Pounds that thing in pain name is cadence a big physical that play a four round. One run actually pretty good motion and so pretty good actions to me. The kid just being an interesting precedent. Don't shoot it as well as they happen to pass but they really defend the top five rebounding They're a very good offensive antiques. Keta against texas tech doesn't have a legitimate big tonight. 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An Encyclopedia of Betrayal

Latino Rebels Radio

03:39 min | 2 years ago

An Encyclopedia of Betrayal

"Let's go don't know. Smu joe. Chris gregory debate e Doris is a little dino would only own alpha nine son if that won't be down though on a backup it again. Mce bill is when bela vicar. Betas in that it had done in order to make your own goal pessoa mesa copper double room. They're hanging on yet. He sloppily meta in my hangul. Vn element is when people if folder they offer sina but put the rico so significant will be neutral mass basil money left for non michael montero on say look ego getting kinda hinted comforting for monta delegates. When i got paid that is history. He lancia program are illegal. Carol gobierno parapet. Cdl moving into independent developer. Tha rico alwyn off the super meter mowing until they susan issues increasing quinta for him blow bully aca paraiso paul simply actively on their own and pottery regain los achieve asleep state but obama valencia. Dutton the quaranta extending stellar search. Inte- local really sacred della policy. Gareth three oh amass this cintos in quinta mill personas etc extensive. Expedient this nasty ass. He sees me christly. Gullo mutual diem boy yet. Betas is photographer. Espn comments local mental red zone. Havoc dallas Don catala gutless feed us again and killer the you and commissioner you then you. I had to gasoline hinton. Alessia really. he's to sweat on compiler official policy local collaborative chairman. John zarrella policier. Meena not naughty. I'm in the locker. Peter informacion e compelling whose propia chievo sober independent teeth does less achieve narrative Dante christly your him for him. Most ulta milan synthesis anti-seizure aura. Numale say so. Check your aura. Bonsor alumna she took over our. I read that he can for more focused as implicit. And like i say those amelia where we started super the solar outerwear informa- in fire and people the saw from us young complimentary announced via area. It's analysis knock gassing get blue blue santaniello free anti if the program affoil another loss masic stencils that he got a healer through stephanie. Then says you've ottawa. Kabo put su propia galeano. You've got chris when undergoes masterly left. Ama- it Kenya cpr angeles owners. Al assad but alycia forming donald price. Yoenis then throw if amelia's in cameos if they thirty other bahia lands. Yes that myth. Eli concern secretary. Kenya copying borough pius variables got bet the ad or said that at the

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The Last of Us on HBO: Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey join cast

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

The Last of Us on HBO: Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey join cast

"Pedro. Pascal joins bella ramsey to star in. Hbo's the last of us. I'll be reading two paragraphs from deadline but from two different authors because they put them out in two different stories because of the way this all time doubt nellie andrea line writes in one of in one of the biggest tv castings of the year. The mandalorian star pedro pascal is set to headline the last of us. Hbo's high profile series of the sony playstation franchise firm chernobyl creator. Craig masback and berkman then alexandra day. I'm sorry alexandra. Del rosario at deadline rights. Hbo has found one of its leads for the upcoming Last of a series deadline confirmed that game of thrones breakout star bela ramsey known for appearing as the pugnacious but brave leanna. I get that right more and more kevin. You watch that show warm on. We'll play l. e.

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Gigi in Wonderland - Vogue's March Issue Cover Story

Vogue Podcast

09:26 min | 2 years ago

Gigi in Wonderland - Vogue's March Issue Cover Story

"She's perfected the art of living in the spotlight. But motherhood has opened digi hadeed up to a new world and a new set of priorities. I'm khloe mao evoked contributing editor. And this is g. G in wonderland knew that i have that animal in me says gee hadeed relaxed. In bright. from december cold the twenty five year old model is astrid colored quarterhorse named dallas. And telling me about the birth of her baby in september here at her home in bucks county pennsylvania following a fourteen and a half hour labor at her side. Were her partner zane. Malik her mother yulong to her sister. Bella and a local midwife and her assistant when you see someone do that you look at them a bit differently. I probably looked crazy actually. She says a giggle tinged with pride. I was an animal woman. Mallet cut the baby. Click that she was out says gee gee gazing forward through dallas alert ears as we plod through the upper fields of harmony hollow. The farm owned by longest boyfriend. Joseph goalie a construction firm ceo. I was so exhausted. And i looked up. He's holding her. It was so cute. She's in a cropped long as puffer stretch. Czar jeans and warned black riding boots and looks like neither a harried mother of a ten week old nor paparazzi ducking supermodel with her hair roped into a smooth bun bear face and tiny gold hoop earrings. She resembles mostly her teenage self. An equestrian who showed jumped competitively while growing up in her hometown of santa barbara. California what i really wanted for my experience was to feel like okay. This is a natural thing that women are meant to do. She planned to deliver it a new york city hospital but then the realities of covert hit particularly sequestering here ninety minutes from manhattan and the limits on numbers in the delivery room which would preclude yolanda and bella from being present. Then she and malik watched the two thousand eight documentary the business of being born which is critical of medical interventions and depicts a successful home birth. We both looked at each other. And we're like. I think that's the call. Gd says they placed a blow up bath in their bedroom and sent their three cats and border collie away when the midwife expressed concern that the sphinx and maine coon felines might puncture the tub with their claws. Malik ask gee-gee what music she wanted to hear and she surprised him by requesting the audio of favourite children's novel the indian in the cupboard. He downloaded the film because it was one of his favorites too and they spent the early hours of labor watching it together. That's something we'd never talked about. But in that moment we discovered we both loved. Gd says bash family. She then tells me that malik. The former one direction star turned solo artist. Who has famously press shy and declined to be interviewed for. This article likened his own experience of her birth to align documentary. he'd seen in which a male lion paces nervously outside the cave. The lion s delivers her cubs z. Was like that's how i felt you feel so helpless to see the person you love in pain. Doom dula malibu high classmate carson. Meyer had prepared her for the moment where the mother feels. She can't go any longer without drugs. I had to dig deep. Jichi says i knew it was going to be the craziest pain in my life. But you have to surrender to it and be like this is what it is. I loved that you'll monda and the midwife coach through the pain there definitely was a point where i was like. I wonder what it would be. Like with an epa darryl how it would be different jichi frankly. My midwife looked at me and was like you're doing it. No one can help you your past the point of the epidermal anyway. So you'd be pushing exactly the same way in a hospital bed so she kept pushing. I know my mom zane. Bella were proud of me but at certain points i saw each of them in terror says she ducking under a leafless branch. Dow also who've sucking in the muddy terrain afterward z and. I looked at each other. And we're like we can have some time before we do that again. The baby girl named kai digi revealed on instagram in january from the arabic for the chosen one was a weekly. She was so bright right away. Gd says adding that. The baby's heart rate stayed consistent throughout the labor. That's what i wanted for her. A peaceful bringing to the world. Kyw's world has so far remained small. Her mother rarely leaves the bucolic corner of horse country where the hadeed put down roots in two thousand seventeen. Malik bought a nearby farm. The shoot for this story. In early december at a studio in manhattan was the first time g g had left her daughter since birth yolanda took over caregiving duties even bringing her granddaughter along to feed the miniature. Ponies mama and mccoo. Gee-gee has no nanny no baby nurse. None of the traditional celebrity crutches of new motherhood during our interview the baby stayed with her father and zan's mother tricia who is visiting from england for a month to help she decided to completely take care of the baby alone says yolanda odd. And i think that bond is so important. The dutch former model turned real housewives of beverly hills. Alum was my welcoming party. When i arrived at the farm booming. Hello her arms wide on the threshold in. Camo print puffer and boots. I'm proud of her face on magazine but seeing her give birth was a whole other level of proud yolanda says you go from looking at her as a daughter to looking at her as a fellow mother. The natural transitions and generational shifts of new motherhood are at play in the household. It is a family happily influx on the sprawling. Thirty two acre property. The handful of cottages are designated for different siblings. But this summer. When g g moved out of her cottage into zan's house bella and brother anwar graduated to larger cottages leaving. The smallest is a guest house. We're still close by says she but we have our space to be our own little family. She hosted thanksgiving dinner for the first time this year with zero mother cooking the turkey g g. A prolific home-cooked herself made banana. Pi and baked yolanda favourite tatham. Bella occurred over stuffing and spiked apple. Cider in the kubota tv g g got her christmas tree early for the occasion dressing it with personal ornaments. That she and malik have exchanged over the years. The most recent being glass nintendo console a reference to a favor quarantine activity. I decorated fully. Without my mom's help. And i think i did her. Gd says they are tribe publicly known for their closeness yolanda the doting den. Mother gee-gee the fresh-faced protective older sister. Bella the edgier veronica deejays betty and aloof baby brother on war joining g g and yolanda in the kitchen for latinos and cinnamon rolls before a horseback ride eyewitness. These rules confirmed. Yolanda has the sink drinking a smoothie and finishing gee-gee sentences when she grasps for word g g threatens to have a connection if anwar eats her cinnamon roll when he ambles out of his cottage. But motherhood is a new phase and it will be up to g g to decide whether it belongs on the silhouettes of social media. I think she wants to be real. Online's as bella twenty four by phone from new york city but until her child wants to be in the spotlight and can make the decision herself. She doesn't want to put her in that position. Bela who splits her. Time between her. Soho loft and the farm and facetime with her niece and sister every morning says she already enjoys reading books. Aloud that jeeves to read to her including the rainbow fish and the very hungry caterpillar. It's pretty nostalgic. Bella says it could be argued that we are all hungry caterpillars this year cocooning and comforting with hope of emerging bright winged vaccinated g. G wants split her time between her condo and no-ho and the first class cabin of airplanes when lockdowns began she had just returned from walking fashion shows in four countries and discovering. She was pregnant on the other end of covid. She will emerge as a mother. Happily headquartered in rural pennsylvania. Still a supermodel. But one determined to lead more secluded less peripatetic life. I always want to be here fulltime. She tells me. I love the city but this is where i'm happiest furious. Speculation and countless think pieces have attended the question of what this time will mean. Will we slow down flee cities for less frenzied. More mindful life in many ways. Gee-gee the bodyman of such ideas. The sheiks glamorous version yes but also a person drawn to reassessment. It feels like now. 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World Reacts to the Bill Belichick news

WBZ Overnight News

01:49 min | 2 years ago

World Reacts to the Bill Belichick news

"Head head coach coach Bill Bill Belichick Belichick will will not not be be accepting accepting the the presidential presidential Medal Medal of of Freedom Freedom in in Washington Washington this this week. week. WBC WBC TVs and a reduced Rodriguez days before he was set to receive the nation's highest civilian honor. Patriots head coach Bill Belichick says no thinks he made the announcement by releasing this statement that reads in part recently, I was offered the opportunity to receive the presidential medal of Freedom, which I was flattered by out of respect for what the honor represents an admiration for prior recipients. Subsequently, the tragic events of last week occurred and the decision has been made not to move forward with the award. The rejection puts to rest days of speculation and chatter from fans and Fox borrow. He shouldn't take it. You know, it's what this country is going through. I said, distance myself from Trump by all costs. When you're asking a Patriots fan, I'd say he's pretty deserving to ranking members of the Massachusetts delegation in Washington. I would refuse it if I were Bill Belichick earlier today, Congressman Jim McGovern said Coach Bela check should stay away from the White House. This president is not fit to be in office so anything that he would be stolen. Anything on anybody to me is meaningless and to accept it is disgraceful. Trump and Bella jak have known each other for years Back in 2017 Fella check traveled with the team to the White House to celebrate the Patriots Historic win against Atlanta. This is what Belichick had to say about their relationship. During the 2016 presidential election. I think anybody that's spent more than five minutes with Mae knows I'm not a political person. My comments or not. Politically motivated. I'm a friendship and loyalty of Donald presentation of the presidential Medal of Freedom was expected Thursday

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Boston-area Patriots Head Coach Belichick won't move forward with freedom medal

WBZ Overnight News

01:49 min | 2 years ago

Boston-area Patriots Head Coach Belichick won't move forward with freedom medal

"Will will not not be be accepting accepting the the presidential presidential Medal Medal of of Freedom Freedom in in Washington Washington this this week. week. WBC WBC TVs TVs and a reduced Rodriguez days before he was set to receive the nation's highest civilian honor. Patriots head coach Bill Belichick says no thinks he made the announcement by releasing this statement that reads in part recently, I was offered the opportunity to receive the presidential medal of Freedom, which I was flattered by out of respect for what the honor represents an admiration for prior recipients. Subsequently, the tragic events of last week occurred and the decision has been made not to move forward with the award. The rejection puts to rest days of speculation and chatter from fans and Fox Burrow. He shouldn't take it. Um, you know, it's ah. What this country is going through, said distant place myself from Trump by all costs, and you're asking a Patriots fan. I'd say he's pretty deserving to ranking members of the Massachusetts delegation in Washington. I would refuse it if I were Bill Belichick earlier today, Congressman Jim McGovern said Coach Bela check should stay away from the White House. This president is not fit to be in office so anything that he would be stolen. Anything on anybody to me is meaningless and to accept it is disgraceful. Trump and Belichick have known each other for years Back in 2017 Fella. Jack traveled with the team to the White House to celebrate the Patriots Historic win against Atlanta. This is what Bella check had to say about their relationship. During the 2016 presidential election. I think anybody that's spent more than five minutes with Mae knows I'm not a political person. Uh, Comments or not. Politically motivated. I'm a friendship and loyalty of Donald presentation of the presidential Medal of Freedom was expected Thursday later. State Covert

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Patriots Coach Belichick Refuses Presidential Medal After Violence At Capitol

WBZ Overnight News

01:49 min | 2 years ago

Patriots Coach Belichick Refuses Presidential Medal After Violence At Capitol

"Not not will will be be accepting accepting not not be be accepting accepting the the presidential presidential the the presidential presidential Medal Medal of of Freedom Freedom Medal Medal in in of of Washington Washington Freedom Freedom in in Washington Washington this this week. week. this this week. week. WBC WBC WBC WBC TVs TVs and TVs TVs a reduced Rodriguez and a reduced Rodriguez days before days he before was set to he receive was set to the receive nation's the highest nation's highest civilian civilian honor. honor. Patriots head Patriots coach Bill head Belichick coach Bill Belichick says no says thinks no thinks he made he the announcement made the announcement by releasing by releasing this statement this that statement reads in that part reads in part recently, recently, I was offered I the was offered opportunity the opportunity to receive to the receive presidential the presidential medal of Freedom, medal of Freedom, which I was which flattered I was flattered by out of by respect out of respect for what the for honor what represents the honor represents an admiration an admiration for prior for recipients. prior recipients. Subsequently, Subsequently, the tragic the events tragic of last events week of last occurred week occurred and the decision and the has decision been made has been made not to move not forward to move with forward the award. with the award. The rejection The puts rejection to rest puts days to rest of days speculation of speculation and chatter and chatter from fans from and Fox fans Burrow. and Fox Burrow. He shouldn't take He it. shouldn't take it. Um, you Um, know, it's ah. you know, it's ah. What this country What is going this country through, is going through, said said distant distant place myself place from myself Trump from by Trump all costs, by all and costs, you're asking a and Patriots you're asking fan. a Patriots fan. I'd say he's pretty I'd say deserving he's pretty deserving to ranking members to ranking of the members Massachusetts of the Massachusetts delegation delegation in Washington. in Washington. I would refuse I it would refuse if it I were if Bill Belichick I were Bill Belichick earlier today, earlier today, Congressman Congressman Jim McGovern Jim McGovern said Coach said Bela check Coach Bela should check stay away should stay away from the White House. from the White House. This president is This not president fit is not to fit be in office to be in office so anything so anything that he would be stolen. that he would Anything be stolen. on Anything anybody on anybody to me is meaningless to me is meaningless and to and accept it to is accept disgraceful. it is disgraceful. Trump and Belichick Trump and have Belichick known each other have known for each years other for years Back in 2017 Back in 2017 Fella. Jack traveled Fella. Jack with traveled the team with to the the team White House to the to White celebrate House to celebrate the Patriots the Patriots Historic Historic win win against Atlanta. against Atlanta. This is what This Bella is check what had Bella to say check about had to say their about relationship. their relationship. During the 2016 During the 2016 presidential presidential election. election. I think anybody I think that's anybody spent more that's than spent five more minutes than five with Mae minutes with Mae knows I'm not knows a political I'm not person. a political person. Uh, Uh, Comments Comments or not. or not. Politically motivated. Politically motivated. I'm a friendship I'm a and friendship loyalty of and Donald loyalty of Donald presentation presentation of the presidential of the presidential Medal of Freedom Medal of Freedom was expected was expected Thursday Thursday later. State later. Covert State

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Reports: Trump giving Belichick Medal of Freedom

WBZ Morning News

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Reports: Trump giving Belichick Medal of Freedom

"Head coach Bill Belichick has been selected to receive the nation's highest civilian honor, The presidential Medal of Freedom from President Trump Reports are. There are plans on Thursday for the president to award the Patriots coach the award. But the big question with all that surrounding the White House right now, will coach Bela check be going to the White House? Two of a long standing relationship. However, it's been more quiet publicly in recent years. Now the Patriots communications team so far, telling WBC news radio they have not spoken to coach Bela Chick yet about any plans. Now this week, the president today plans on a warning that same honor Presidential Medal of Freedom to Congressman Jim Jordan, someone that's been in his corner for his entire presidency. And then tomorrow he's visiting Alamo, Texas to see a section of the southern border wall. Well,

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People Fear What They Dont Know

Casual Fridays REI

04:53 min | 2 years ago

People Fear What They Dont Know

"People being afraid of things that they don't understand. Yeah that's that's a great topic because in industry when you're talking to other land investors you've you certain types of jargon and a lot of times we don't remember that the public doesn't understand that type of jargon so we can use that to our advantage in some situations but it hurts us in more situations than not for instance. I know you're like okay. What do you mean by that. I could see the look on your face. After i was just i was gonna ask her an example exam so like on a on a by side. Yeah we've got to do all the paperwork for that affidavit airship you know. It's going to be really tough to get this through. But you're working with the pros. This is what we are made to do. We can get that taken care of because getting a title were cleaned up and everything. It's tough but you're working with the right team to get this done. Let's signed a purchase agreement. Let me get it done well. It's laugh at airships. Just a page They just gotta know somebody. That's not making money off this and they can sign it. Not a big deal. But they don't know that they think it's as big ordeal to get all this stuff done and we know it is what it is. Yeah yeah i mean. I feel like the more you know about a subject the more you can talk yourself out of a cell okay. I'm a big opponent of less is more like i want them to be the talker. If i'm trying to sell some land. I'll just give them the bare minimum. I don't wanna be if. I catch myself talking too much. I feel like i'm losing it already. Okay and so. That's why like the best ads. i've ever run or just just enough to get them excited. When i'm selling land. I'm i don't know man go check it out like don't ask me. It's the same like when you're trying to get someone to join the education you want someone to sell themselves on a basically right and so i don't know sometimes you see these. Ads like listing ads or whatever they're a mile long. I'm bored halfway through it on. Probably moving on at that point. Yeah no i get that. And so the flip side of that. When i when you say that i think of ads where we put so much information in it and you start using terminology that in like oh shit as an investor. I'm scared because i don't know what it is and i don't want to seem dumb for asking. I'm not gonna ask them. Do you just said and move on. And that's the that's one of those things for me that there's a fine balance in what we can provide. You wanna be knowledgeable topic to talk to it to make sure that they're they're comfortable with it but also in a way that you're dumbing it down to the person's level of comprehension. Yeah if you're talking about things that only a land investor or i don't know anything real real estate professional real estate consultant If you're talking about the things that only those people can relate to than you've missed your target on people's is already glazed over you know and you don't want that you want them to stay excited about it. Let their imagination run wild and in my experience. The only way to let that happen is just give enough information feed. Don't lie to him and don't leave things out but you're leading them in a direction to let their mind wander beautiful forty acre property. It's got. It's got a nice meadow in some trees. There's a perfect place to build your cabin. I do see this a lot to with them when you talk like say for example. While i'm i'll use our education that goes ample right someone. We talked to hear it. They sound great right. We're obviously we're not lying about the stuff we're doing it every day. it will. Then they tell their friends who have never heard of. This are never done this now. The sudden they're friends start talking way down. There's no no way in hell. This works or scam artist. Right that happens with land to buy forty acres out in the middle of nowhere for fifteen thousand dollars. Nah no way it has to be. Nobody's going to tell you that. That's and that's like you hit the nail on header. Go look at it. Tell me what you think. Let me know when you're ready to make an offer. You just did that. I did it on the phone goes. Hey man you got this. This differ seventeen thousand dollars a year. It's up next to some. Bela is gonna hunt on it. Yes you can. It's yours to hunt on. Plus you got the land on all right next to you. Okay cool well. Can i make an offer. Have you looked at the property. It will no. But i was thinking about going but i i want to know if the owner will make an offer while i'm the owner telling you go look at it. Make sure what you want and then shoot me an offer. Let's talk about it. Okay actually made an offer right then. Yeah yeah we'll take that let's go. Let's say money on a deal. I was about to jump in now. He he doesn't have any land there. But i do say size. Do you have something here right now. I've got someone who's defaulted. They'll make the payment. They've i find the my most default for the entire year are october-november really. I don't know people are trying to save for christmas. Save or they spent that money on christmas stuff. But i mean. I've got a maybe a third or late right now. Wow i don't have anything late right now but i did give my people that were a little bit trouble. People i gave them a breakthrough kovic so already know that they were three months behind. I have one guy. He's starting a business having a shift bank account so he asked me if you could send me he. He only had cash for some jobs did and he is like. We're gonna send me cash birthday card. You want to send me a check from somebody else. So he was doing that. And then Going back to of the bank account. I am way

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EU leaders seek to ramp up pressure on Belarus president

Morning Edition

03:32 min | 2 years ago

EU leaders seek to ramp up pressure on Belarus president

"In Belarus? The pressure is growing on the country's authoritarian leader, Alexander Lukashenko to step down after nearly three decades in power protesters. Say the recent presidential election he won was rigged. Neighboring countries are watching this very closely. The European Union held an emergency session today. NPR's Lucien Kim is in Moscow in another country watching this especially closely. Hi, Lucien. Morning, so President Lukashenko says he's now mobilized the army on the country's western borders. I mean, we've seen massive protests. We've seen the crackdown. Is this even more escalation in all this? Well, I mean, he's escalating the situation. President Lukashenko is because he's refusing to talk with the opposition. He's basically said over my dead body. The opposition has formed what they're calling a coordination council to facilitate dialogue. But Lukashenko says this is just a front and he's already threatened to deal with members of this council. Appropriately. Today, he ordered his internal security officials to bring calm back to the country. And he's also playing up this idea of a foreign threat What you were asking about since Belarus borders three NATO member states. This, of course, could be one way for him to draw in his only ally. Which is Russia, Huh? Ok, So you say that obviously there there three European countries on the border here. European leaders held this meeting today T sort of address this whole tense situation. What action is coming from that? The EU leaders decided not to recognize the results of the August 9th presidential election, and they also said they would sanction Belarussian officials who are responsible for vote rigging, but also the violent repression of demonstrators. Charlie Michelle, who is the head of the European Council, said the yew stands in solidarity with the people of Belarus and their right to elect their own leaders, he said this is not about geopolitics, and that seems like a direct response to the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, who earlier said Europeans were playing geopolitics. I think it is important to mention here that Bela Rose, Belarus inhabits this. Kind of gray zone between the European Union and Russia and has never really expressed any interest in joining the European Union. Well, I mean, we saw another country sort of caught in the Middle Ukraine and how Russia addressed that after there was political political protest there, talk about what the Kremlin is doing reacting as they figure out what to do with Belarus on on its on its border. Well. Belarus and Russia have very close political, economic and military two ties. And a Russian President Vladimir Putin. Very much views Belarus as being in his sphere of influence. So far, he's been keeping his cards very close to his chest. But today his spokesman finally broke the Kremlin silence on Belarus. He said international pressure on Lukashenko's unacceptable but he also said an interesting thing, he said Russia does not see the need to send troops into Belarus. That's something that Lukashenko had hinted at over the weekend. And what about what about the United States? Or are we seeing any reaction from from the US at this point? Well, the U. S has been pretty absent in Thiss whole discussion. Even though Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was traveling in Europe last week. He did say the US is working with European partners on some kind of response. And it does look like the Trump administration is letting the European Union take the lead here. All right. NPR's Moscow correspondent. Lucien Kim, Lucien, Thanks so much.

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Roger Bennett (Men In Blazers) on the Return of the Premier League

ESPN Daily

06:41 min | 2 years ago

Roger Bennett (Men In Blazers) on the Return of the Premier League

"We Win Stadium you will be at home. I can promise you will feel you support. Stay safe. We are still with you and. You'll never walk alone. That was liberal F. C manager Jergen KLOPP in a message released yesterday. That will bring a tear, not just the eyes of his supporters. The dare I say anyone who cares about the most popular sports league in the world. That's right folks. After a three-month hiatus. The English Premier League is back today. Roger Bennett from men in blazers fills us in on these frantic few remaining weeks. So grab a pint and US as sub optimal tour of English soccer. I'm sorry, English football. I mean it comes. It's Wednesday. June seventeenth. This is ESPN daily. Presented by marathon. Roger! Kim's. Are you relieved? Your any skin daily and not my NFL pod, talking about your beloved quarterback Mitch Trubisky You Know God Love Mitch. trubisky is an incredible pressure to be knowing that your whole life is just destined to pan out to become the answer to a trivia question in about ten years, who was taken ahead of Deshaun Watson Patrick Mahomes. Roger Bennett is suffering bears fan. He's also the CO host of men in Blazers on the NBC. Sports Network and the men in Blazers podcast by just braced for him to end up with the green. Bay Packers, leading them on a fourth quarter drive two feet, my beloved Chicago Bears, and I can't wait for that movement. They'll probably deserve it. And we're not talking about bears football today. The wait is over the English premier league. The most Popular Sports League in the world is back after a one hundred day hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic Roger I'm sure you've been getting your fix from Bundesliga but I have to imagine the return of English. Soccer is hitting a little different for you. One hundred days feels like one hundred years to be candid. I've been staring at squirrels running up trees in the park, and feeling the adrenaline burst of a run through midfield, watching raindrops charge down my window and feeling just an incredible wing-play into play of missed from the primarily, but yes, it's back today with its global ratings I mean in Britain for much of Europe for much of the rest of the world outside of the United States, it's kind of a seismic as the NFL and the NBA rolled into with the Pantheon of heroes and villains to moments of glorious ecstasy, searing dispath fuse with dodgy haircuts snack tattoos. One hundred days off. When are going to have ninety two games scattered almost daily over the next couple of weeks. It's coming back because we love it because we miss it. It's coming back for. Hard news commercial reasons ultimately to an economic decision. It's going to come back and ghost game situation where it's fabulous. It's going to be different. The lack of an audience will have an impact on the football. We watched, but most importantly it is going to be good enough. It's GonNa. Be Great enough to connect us to a ruling global conversation and that's ultimately I think. Think we will miss about sports as our calling them. Ghost Games I hadn't heard that got left the Germans. They have a name for everything. Lay. They Call Them Guy Bela. And that is what they will be. Sam Darnold knows a thing or two about those back to English premier league, so we hit positive with most of the season done with exception of Liverpool they're. They're still to be decided. The top half of the table. Seven teams vying for five spots determine who will qualify for Champions League and Europa League which for those who don't know are the midseason European tournaments to be held next year. Roger Liverpool have clinched Champions League. Spot Manchester City has of course been banned from Champions League for Breaking Financial Fair play rules so that. That spot remains open despite city being second in the League. Right now. Arsenal wolves Chelsea Menu Lester Tottenham Sheffield all in the mix. What are you expecting to see from the top of the table? When the race for Champions League qualification, which is a bit like football's march madness, it's big tournament in which the best teams in the world. You're rail, Madrid, your boss Alana's. Para Sanjay Man's by Munich's compete all. Big English teams won't be in that for brand reasons for competitive reasons for commercial reasons and is. And completely wide open at the bottom of the table. All say English football has some Incorr- ellegation, which is if you watch game of thrones? It's a bit like the moon door. Teams get flung through that in baseball, the worst teams every year like the Orioles in the mall in which is flung out of the major leagues, the mooted, and in that place. We had the Tulsa drillers around rook. Rook Express and that is, it's a searing. It is a haunting. It is a savage palm of the global football tradition, and you have six teams at the bottom who are fighting to avoid what can be economically devastating their revenue roughly hauls flung out. The Premier League is savage for the fan base. One Minute. You are watching your team. Take to the glamorous fields, Manchester United and Arsenal the next. Round Brentford Luton Barnsley barring a miracle the Jewish using Norwich canaries will disappear, but there's five teams Aston. Villa Bouma th what furred and West Ham amongst them, two of which will go with them for the big story line. Meena is Liverpool Football Club. American owned little football. Club owned by the Boston Red SOx owners, F S J and their yearning. They're dreaming of a return to greatness that was once titletown by when I was a kid growing up in Liverpool. Just six points away from lending the title that they have dreamed of then. That is the great storyline of the season. On that note. This Sunday. The team that you root for I'm sorry. I'm getting a producer this side you support. Everton, we'll be squaring off against Liverpool. They are twenty five points clear off the other teams in the League, and there's possibility they can clinch the title at Goodison Park Against Your beloved Everton on Sunday

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Northern California city struggles with coronavirus mystery

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Northern California city struggles with coronavirus mystery

"A case of the corona virus and a woman in back of bill California marked a new escalation in the worldwide outbreak don't know where the patient was exposed we know that the patient can ill was hospitalized at a local hospital in our county this means the virus could spread beyond the reach of preventative measures like quarantines county health director Dr Bela Monty S. says people should not worry health risk for acquiring corona virus transonic county remains very very low the the disease has been evolving since it was first described dozens of people who have had close contact with the woman had been quarantined mafia says of fuel have shown symptoms I'm at Donahue

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Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot agree to merge in giant auto deal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot agree to merge in giant auto deal

"Chrysler and Peugeot makers among them dodge ram jeep and Alfa Romeo's well as Peugeot situation an Opel have announced the final terms of their merger. A company were fifty billion in dollars. The number four carmaker buy cars sold in the world which is big. But let's get back to that making money thing shall we the automaking business right now. Now is expensive. You gotTA figure out electric self-driving for starters but car sales are lukewarm and more people are sharing cars. Every day so profits fits marketplace's Mitchell Hartman gets going. Consumer demand for autos is soft from North America to Europe to China. They're global trade tensions since and says Garrett Nelson CF RA research. Automakers are really looking for a way to increase their scale to share the enormous cost associated. Did it with electric and autonomous vehicle. Carmakers now have to make massive investments in research and development and engineers says Carla Baillaud at the Center for Automotive Research to produce for both the current and future market an internal combustion engine many times hybrid and now many any customers are demanding a pure electric. Then there's the vehicle of the future is brain. The software says Ned Hill at the Ohio Manufacturing Institute. A two and that's the autonomous driving systems. There's no vehicle brand the wants to give all that money to Google or apple and in the future. A lot of people may not even buy cars Carla. Bela says the whole industry is moving toward usership rather than ownership with fleets of electric an in autonomous vehicles shared. Or least I think nobody knows right now. Really if they're gonNA be profitable with these new business models we certainly haven't seen many of the Guarda be profitable yet. There is one potential bright spot with this shift to to non fossil fuel combustion engines and non human driver's says David did wisden at Morningstar. I do think there's potential for better margins at least for the firms that survive in the New Paradigm on electric vehicle has a lot fewer parts arch meaning the cost of materials and labor. Should eventually go down leaving more money in the pockets of

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