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From immersion camps to podcasts: Innovation attracts new Indigenous language speakers

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08:30 min | 5 months ago

From immersion camps to podcasts: Innovation attracts new Indigenous language speakers

"I've just arrived at Nikki Osborne Kong. It's an initial language and culture camp located in the woods north of Elliot Lake in Northern Ontario. About two and a half hours outside of submarine. The name means village of Thunder Mountain in Schnabel. Someone started in June two thousand seventeen to create a lance base camp to give youth in others an opportunity to share their language while learning traditional. And this not be activities like harvesting medicine and food in creating art artists Christi Belcourt and Isaac Murdoch created the project with funding coming from grassroots initiatives throughout the year people speaking this shop emlyn while making Maple Syrup. Tanning deer hides and more gathering sap wobble not the global yes to South Yemen and so Naro B. A. B. I'm quite thing. Sapper after taking the state which features ceremonial lodges dining cabin gardens residences. And more I sat in on a language. Chat Mary Elizabeth Guan's and Linda to our elders from the communities of crime calling and Segma- including me was is a language learner from Serpent River first nation. I started by asking Quinn about what it means to spend time at Osborne. Kananga go Each and everything that we know we're doing here is Get your piece ten dogwood. I guess it's important. They you know so you know me as well so You know I think it's really important that you know we. People have an opportunity to learn language Sometimes outside of the classroom as well so you know doing a lot of lands base stuff. I think is really cool Learning about you know how you can tie in space activities and learning and kind of a lot of the vocabulary with it. You know often You know is is something that we want to document. You know we feel. It's very important. You know wanting a place where language and culture ten be practiced all the time. Not just one conference here. One event there but somewhere that is just continuously practiced and you know encouraged right so and for you. Why is it important to work on the language into speak it and to make sure there's a place where Well for me as I started to learn my kind of whole worldview started to change you know how I understand my relationship to one another how understanding my relationship to the land. You know my responsibility to kind of you know my relatives to the land and you know to those that are not here yet right. It really kind of grounded. Me In my Niche Nabi entity money. What do you think about Young people who are on this journey to connect with their language. That's a great thing to do and I really appreciate appreciate them speaking the language. I think it's important that they should learn the language. What do you think about happened to the language over the generations with people becoming disconnected with it? I think that's because they didn't want their children to be to be left alone. Left behind like click. The late they did with the I don't want to speak about Residential School. But that's exactly what happened. People didn't want their children to be to be subjected to that so they wanted them to succeed. So that's why didn't teach him their language but now it's going back and all the schools that are teaching they do teach it but the kids aren't able to to connect the the words liking sentences. Let's what I like to see them. Doing is connect. The words in Quin. Same question had for Mani like when you consider the history and what's happened to this now. Bam Win reflecting that way. How does that make you feel what goes through your head? Yeah you know I think My family there isn't much you know. Speakers left in my family. I got one anti who does speak but In my community there aren't many speakers so you know I feel like I've a big role in responsibility to do what I can't bring to do what I can retain the language in my family and in my community and you know so I that's something that I feel passionate about so hopefully that I can be a part of the broader movements as well in the region. There's a lot of really pockets of really cool. People doing really cool things. And it's a nice little network of like a Learner. Community that very supportive and they help each other out Making lasting friendships and relationships through that too so I it it comes down to community building as well. I think you know it. It brings our communities families together young and old ones together and it really promotes like you know really positive positive community. You know wellness. What would your message be to people who want to learn their language? Go to Go to the people that do speak it and asked him questions or or joined. The people that are that are speaking it. I know it's hard to do but I think that would be not the only way but It's a good way to to start. Ken Auburn Gingell on shoveling. Dick one begin want inch number. What does Asia? She'll now the dock Nawaf Wanda Of Children in Douglas. Monda Noga initially book. Don't Yanking Sean Joke Gay. Go the Kenji onus. She'll Watt Shnell British dolman nope Doppler and under should not be a lot to do with. Linda was saying. Don't be scared Quin. We're you scared when when you started out. Yeah I was but there. There's a lot of fun into it right. You know just like learning anything new. You're learning how to skate or learn how to do something new. There could be a little bit of anxiety. You feel a little bit nervous when you're trying something new but you know national Bam on and so gives you got to know every single day you you know you just use what you know And kind of build on that every day right and if you see no activities happening in the to go Know really make an effort to attend and like I said that is awesome. You know speakers learners. You know Out there that are very supportive and so You know there's a lot of resources out there as well so if you don't have access to speakers right away or classes or opportunities you know there's there's some pretty cool language resources and kits and audio lessons that can you know help you if you WANNA study on your own so there's different opportunities and it's an how fun with it. I think. That's that's really important. How do you stay hopeful? I had this thing happen so I was at a ceremony and to know or even just a feast the Feast and you know. We have a A speaker in other blessed food and give thanks and I understood like almost everything that was said and you know that really made me crying makes nearly emotional just thinking about it now because it's as feels like You know you don't seem like you won't have any gains right away doesn't see Michael. I'm not getting anywhere but then slowly. And surely you get there and those little little moments that you have and you celebrate them like you know like I did a little bit of baby talk and I was able to converse back and forth. I understood what they're talking about over there. Why not why they're laughing right? It's cool it's a lot of farm source. Never never be scared. It is a scary thought in the beginning. When you're don't you are? You're you're lost. We want to get all these kids back to older spirit. Gingrich Spirit back getting all that their shabby in the language will come with it

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"belcourt" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"belcourt" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"And you lost this job. Oh well wow that would really suck most of all but you know I first of all I have a set of skills that are applicable in other arenas. I've raised a lot of money. I've organized a lot of people I've built teams And I've overseen an institution that has grown a lot so I have skills that I think could could move over into other areas of the economy that being said I am an almost fifty year old woman and I have heard from friends who have been in that situation that it's hard to be a a woman who's almost fifty out in the job market right now so I you know well. I have a lot of confidence in my skills and in the things I bring to organizations and I think I have a track record of being good at what I do I would not I would not be excited about having to go out and sort of you know vulnerably search for a new job that was Stephanie Silverman. She's the executive director of the Belcourt Theatre in Nashville Tennessee. Coming up tomorrow in our series different city. Different Line of work. Same love of the job going up like seeing buildings get built and I'm finally being a part of one is what got me most excited about coming to work. We got more about the United States work. And all the people we are telling you about and how we found him on our website marketplace dot org slash.

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"belcourt" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:26 min | 8 months ago

"belcourt" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Of seven catches for one hundred seven yards long what's not shall pass your first the Chargers but I've struggled no members like you for twenty seven you ordered regard Belcourt what you're going to your he does have you one yard touchdown run so right now we re thirty two remaining all might be the last one workers charters or by yeah right now all the Bob he the story is the story of what a great order there all the black hole but it's not be located this one day all three thirty it is rare or the talkers working thank you Chuck let's head to Bruce Morton in Denver where the Broncos had the lead now of extended it Bruce yes they have rich five nineteen to go on the fourth on the Broncos have gained a little separation they now lead twenty seven seventeen Denver when in front twenty seventeen and three are trouble pass from drew lock to dish on animals and then after forcing a punt the Broncos added on when local products Dilip linsey bolded twenty seven yards to paydirt the rock because of just forced a punt so they're getting ready to take over and they'll be putting them on a play first and ten from the twenty three by the way ninety six hundred no shows today not as many as the last game but by Denver standards that still quite a few we have five nineteen to go on this one Broncos lead lions twenty seven seventeen thank you very much Bruce Morton looks at the gym Bernard the U. one upset going on right now still go on but a lot of time left almost midway through the third quarter here's Jim with more on the cards the Seahawks yes seven fifty seven the on the third errors on a leach twenty to seven colonels have a bit of an injury situation developing on their hands those two as Kyler Murray has a hamstring injury his return is listed as questionable Brett Hundley Brett Hundley is now the quarterback for the cardinals the cardinals extended their lead it early in the third quarter a forty six yard field goal by Zane Gonzalez capping a six play thirty seven yard drive to capitalize on a C. R. turnover as David more fumbled after catching a pass in Arizona Territory Candler Jr Chandler Jones who has three of the cardinals for sex because the formal Jordan picture covered it that Kenyan Drake yes a hundred twenty five yards rushing on twelve carries the clinic eighty yard touchdown run Murray before he got injured he was eleven of eighteen for her new eighteen yards passing with a touchdown a twenty one yard to Larry fitzgerald he also rush the ball forty yards on six carries so again seven fifty seven to go in the third quarter in Arizona twenty Seattle seven hard last but not least the most important we save the best for last of Michael long ago the eagles have just extended their lead over the cowboys years Michael the details it it was a one yard run by reviewing it back miles Sanders to give the eagles a sixteen six they put in the extra point on this when they captured temple play eighty yard drive one of the key plays and that was a thirty eight yard pass from Carson once the Greg ward to give Philadelphia first at ten aside Dallas territories so we mention will war before for taxes for the young man from Houston seventy one yards in this contest VS sixty one last week in the win against the Redskins and now open in the extra point against one X. all time all these what we get out what's a guy who's going to do on this from the very simple English trying to keep the division of the live with the wind the wind next week against the giants at cowboys loss next week will give a lot of the division and right now it's to the left it's fixing with with six seconds ago in the third quarter it's a seventeen six label the eagles the eagles have extended that lead to eleven so the cowboys haven't done much today offense of Lee and still struggling as they will go into the fourth quarter with an eleven point deficit again there in seven games trailing at the half this year so it is not a good trend for the cowboys and it looks like it might continue at least through three they are down by eleven coming up tonight will be the chiefs and the bears it should be a good one for Kansas city which is rolling right now and joining us from chief digest dot com is bent Derek Matt welcome back to the show rich and Jody how are you I'm doing well how are you gentlemen doing this evening doing just great you know as we look at teams going into the playoffs you try to forecast which one is really the team to look out for obviously Baltimore and one eleven straight today what the chiefs has seemingly had that rough patch in the season that they've now overcome and the way they've looked the last month how encouraged are you is they might just be the team to beat because they can they can win anywhere well you're right they they're sneaking up on everybody won four in a row in the way that they've done it is the tricky part they have been just doing it with explosive offense that was both racing people under to beat that you either given at like eleven point the game the last four weeks in put together a peace and to go along with what you know this off this case will go on yeah I mean if they're feel pretty good about the change what would you say about the defense has been upgraded changed tinkered with could you write the numbers just tell you the defense has improved over the course of the season what do you think the main reason behind it is definitely a couple of reasons one is I think certainly just all these guys **** insane page was these Bagnall twenty coordinator she in the news lately he brought the town and you don't go to a four three and a lot of different moving parts and early in the season you know it definitely looks like everybody was trying to kind of steal their way through it bill and now they they look like they're on the same page they also like a flying around with for you to play a lot faster but also getting healthier you know Frank Clark was battling to nerve pain that you know nectar paying back to was talking to synchronize hand to go numb sometimes it wasn't himself shut him down and you know now even though he's had a had a stomach bug bothering him last couple of weeks he looks like a different player and that coupled with you know the play the beginning from tyrant ask you Sir when playing it probably I get decent even the T. type level all those factors together I think what's really kind of making the defense gel to write down and they've been its role Suggs who would didn't show much in Arizona but he's got just a short time to go here before the playoffs it's almost by getting up to speed for the post season and maybe he can make an impact of some sort there but I how much are they realistically or what are they expecting from him what kind of a gift to someone to their laptop you know getting the way that caliber come in this late in the season yeah that you say they will look at the tape and they say this guy still comply you're still some something left in that tank change I think the challenge with the younger the cardinals are playing like fifty snaps the game and he is thirty seven years old that's a lot doesn't use I think we're gonna let him play as much as you comfortable with but wouldn't surprise me if you can tonight you know when to stop twenty thirty snaps that and maybe a trend bomb come up once we get the January but they just need him to be a part of the rotation they lost that works okay for last week's arrest the piece that we just need another Pete said you're getting that kind of replacement player at this point this evening it's a gift from heaven because that means I think that they could not have replaced doxo because work any other way understood that where do you have you're not gonna get that by in the first week what are you going to finish with the port but third best reckoning coppered fourth best record you know you can be home your opponents can be your phone's going to be that's not something I think that you would spend too much time worrying about but when you can still potentially get that by the purge week and to keep win tonight when next week and New England somehow seems to Paul terror in weeks it is seventeen they could jump up and get that bye week is that something that Andy Reid has push this week have they mention it all a big talked about at all to use in it as motivation or is it just narrow focus bears on Sunday night well I think any re was trying to keep the focus just on this game but you know the players leave and that they were all watching that week one game yesterday open the window would crack open a little bit and it didn't but you're right they still got a chance to win the last two games in the aisle knowing consultant X. week they can get that first round bye and that would be pretty big deal for them they could certainly use it but you know and it read it is not showing any let up he's trying to treat the people was going in the Christmas is just that I all regular week trying to keep the team's focus he he would like to go ahead and close this game it will close with peace now two more wins he doesn't want to seem to have any type of a let down going into the season or playoff talk with Matt Derek of cheese dot com is the chief getting rid of the take on the bears tonight and there are a couple story angles on this one obviously met Nagy is familiar with Andy Reid from being in Kansas city with them but you also have the two quarterbacks drafted in the same draft in boys metric for biscuit feeling the the wrath of the bears fans because of the success of Patrick malls how big is that story line tonight I I think for a bigger story line nationally and outside again thirty because you know frankly she's kind of got the prom queen I mean they got hit their guide there's no looking back I think there's definitely always gonna be that question it and Mister but we got it this week mad make you got it this week you know about comparing the two we even talked the patrimony about it he understands that there's always going to be that connection between the two of them you know here's the thing the competition took up in competition with Mister Bates yeah you know they don't feel like that there's that big of a connection between the class so it's not that big of a deal but I think yeah definitely that's always going to be the question fall around Stravinsky and it even had a guy that draft class or to show what's in there too they're always going to be connected through that group in yeah I mean it's it's it's still the Stravinsky follow through I think he's always unfortunately to get those questions and certainly the bears have been a Jekyll and Hyde team that's what you expect from a team it's it and it's seven seven going in week fifteen or game number fifteen but when they've been good they've been pretty darn good when they've been bad they got beaten god awful has any read been able to figure out what makes the Chicago Bears either doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde I think that it's been kind of a mystery and I think she thought simply what their game plan this week has been been really not talk about that there's that much to really worry about themselves and and make sure that they do what they need to this often had a couple of pick up this year they've struggled to move the ball on the ground hi Lamont solution on the court you're going to be a healthy scratch tonight not to be out there so they've got something to work through ostensibly to try and get you know really I think because it will last week against the Broncos you know this off and had been kind of pondering along in defense of been dragging along so I think often simply for the cheese the most important thing for them if they want to get themselves right they want to make sure that the offense is picking up a move in the right direction finally Matt how do you see this one playing out tonight well with the role that you have been on and effectively as wealthy when playing it the card following the game I think they're going to win somewhat comfortably maybe about ten point spread but it could pose a challenge and I would not be surprised if you know the team the big game here in Chicago there deftly hyped up for it and they might catch catch up with the.

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"belcourt" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"belcourt" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Competition series single. Remaining singers. The monster who many believe is t pain to be according to online buzz Gladys Knight, and the peacock coach internet sources say is former child star Donny Osmond, we'll all be revealed in the two hour. Finale. The first season included Joey Fatone as the rabbit Rumer. Willis is the lion. La- Toya Jackson as an alien and Terry Bradshaw is a deer. It's hosted by Nick cannon with judges. Nicole Scherzinger, Ken, John, Robin Thicke and Jenny McCarthy. Michelle Pollino, Fox News, seven twenty-seven. Newport, daily news reports that the reality TV dating game. The bachelorette is planning to film some of its two thousand nineteen series at multiple locations around the city from March twenty first to the thirty first they're going to ask permission N Z K production sets the L company behind this running reality series. They're requesting the city council's permission now in the show, if you're not familiar with it bachelorette her bachelor's, shooters and other. Cast members will stop by the black Pearl and the Clark cookhouse walk around Bannister's wharf and nearby streets. According to the letter asking the council, the stamp this thing people will be eating and having a drink at one of the bars in the Clark cookhouse apparently. So filming on Newport harbor would take place around gurneys Newport resort and marina the interior of the bell mirror on goat island and on their against bay. That's the request other city film locations include the cliff walk Ford, Adam state park in top of field as well as possibilities such as the white horse tavern in Belcourt castle each season of the show, by the way, usually starts with the bachelorette standing in front of a mansion, we have plenty of those in Newport and greeting each of the twenty five to thirty bachelor suitors with the rose as they get out of a limo. But at least one contestant doesn't receive Rosen goes home, the pool of contenders shrinks as the season progresses with multiple rows giveaways. The bachelorette has to decide between the two favorites in a final rose ceremony. That's the way that show works at the bottom line. Line. Here's the requesting the Newport city council say okay to this thing. That's what they do. You know, any kind of exposure that we can get particularly as tourism state. It all adds up. You know, we just copped what three Academy Awards this past weekend for green book and the fairly brothers. Let's keep the ball rolling here of successes rubber-stamp that thing there. Newport city council. It's a good thing. They're very kind of push back though, you know, with when it comes to this kind of stuff, you know, what's what's what's the adage? The only way of empire gets new homeless if you invite them in, but guess, and I think for tourism sake. It makes makes a lotta sense that they would say yes to this a lot of things to worry about these days when you're a parent of a team while many will worry that things get all mixed up and sometimes kids get involved with drugs or alcohol. New poll reveals parents are actually they're worried about something else entirely in it comes down. A Pew Research poll found the teens themselves seemed to be most worried about anxiety and depression amongst their fellow teens. In fact, seventy percent of teens in the survey by pew say anxiety. And depression is a major problem, which is a lot more than those who consider bullying fifty five percent drug edition. Fifty one percent or drinking alcohol at forty five percent. A major issue and again this is coming out of teens in this pool. They were asked the question so pay attention because that stuff's sometimes very difficult difficult to determine majority of teen seeing Zaidi and depression as the biggest problem facing them. It's now seven thirty NewsRadio nine twenty four.

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"belcourt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"belcourt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To what they play and how they live Nashville public radio brought us together in their hometown in front of a live audience at the Belcourt theatre. You have said a first time you heard Abigail music. You're listening in the car, and you got stopped for speeding. Yeah. Yeah. Franklin. Just so caught up, and she gave me in fact, I it's not really the first time it's been slightly sanitized. But what the first time I heard her. It was at a party, and she was playing these very very sad slow song with a bunch of girls gathered around her, and I was going. This is just not for me. You know? It was really really slow and it was beautiful. But I was like. Yeah. Okay. She's good. 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 up front. 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 think I was even talking to myself, and then I got pulled over and had to walk the line. You know, it seems to me they live at your story is also about kind of as much as it's about traveling through places it's about traveling through genres kinda I dunno as it all Star Trek lever taking the banjo or no banjo has gone before. Or at least maybe we don't all know that it's gone there before. Could you do that? I can't remember it. How's it going?.

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"belcourt" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"belcourt" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Would thirty. like FBI that that response doesn't teams diminish are at the the scene sincerity of last night's mass of shooting the people at who a bar are thinking in southern of California. wishing well for and FBI praying for assistant director, the Paul individuals Belcourt emphasized in the situation that the itself. evidence they The find the reality will be followed is people wherever want to see it leads. He things says cruiser happen like also they wanna processing see movement. They the home want to see and vehicle things change. of the suspect They want to marine, see corvette. things like this So stop, far. There's right? no They indication wanna see shoot. on He's what was like behind this stop the attack. the reality President is Trump when you have is somebody changing talk about rules thoughts to and prevent prayers some immigrants from you getting show asylum me in I'll the United show States you a person current who is law. Let's an individual immigrants who apply prey for asylum, strong, regardless who's a prayer of how warrior. they enter the country. But now President We'll look Trump at is that changing type of person. the rule And I'll show you say somebody if who you can enter move mountains the country illegally, the person you who spends cannot their request time in asylum. prayer the person Trump who administration straight into saying that only those who can apply move in a mountains port of in entry a lot of times, will we be considered. want Mr. to Trump move expected things to and sign make things that proclamation happen immediately. Without Friday, having that Thomas that's tobacco ABC's say Andy may. Yeah, Field let's pray. if you don't And identify then from there. as male or female, Colorado will soon allow you to choose the symbol x to appear on your driver's license or ID card. The new designation becomes available at the end of this month. Colorado is adding the X. Option following some court decisions about gender identification new rules for sex identified as our driver's licenses require person to present a change of sex designation form, and so when they bring that form to driver license office. That's what they will need. Those forms will be available on November thirtieth department of revenue spokesman Lawrence for Chaco says the new designation prevents potential lawsuits, but it's also the right thing to do for people who are known as gender non binary. This news brought to you by belco credit union. Our next news update is at five o'clock. I'm Karen, Trinidad on KOA NewsRadio. Eight fifty AM and ninety four.

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Breaking down the Pixel 3, Pixel Slate and Home Hub (The 3:59, Ep. 471)

The 3:59

04:21 min | 1 year ago

Breaking down the Pixel 3, Pixel Slate and Home Hub (The 3:59, Ep. 471)

"Through fifty nine. I'm under Jiang and with me, our special guest, Dan Ackerman and just Doku art alot. Google had a busy day adding three new prostitutes harbor family style straight into the pixel three first chess, what stood out most for you? What stood out as really the lack of what stood out and this is definitely the most refined of all the pixel devices. It looks kind of the same. The Spar shrunk on the back a little bit that glossy like they called the two tone? Yes, colors are pretty neutral. It of looks more like an iphone. It's running the Android operating system, the latest one which is Android pie. So that's really interesting to see. Because of course, pixel represents Google's vision for what an Android phone really should be at its best. So it is interesting to see that there. I have some problems with the operating system. One thing that's notables there are two cameras on the front. Yes, in a taking a leaf out of el-jisr playback and that. So you can take like group self as we took when last night that actually had thirteen people in it. So. It works notably is that there is one camera lens on the back when you buy companies like LG and ralway that are putting three cameras on the back. So I'd say what we're looking at is a refined duration. It's caught the hardware specs that you expect for a flagship phone, but there's not that one killer feature or someone saved maybe a gimmick. Those interesting to me that the the larger XL was the only one with the notch and they kept with the standard. The standard smartphone designed for the small version. Is it because they're made by two different manufacturers again, like they were last year on who's making these two. Well, it should be there in house team. They brought over from HTC as part of that deal last year was what they, she c l g I talked to them about the hardware built, and they said it was just a matter of not being able to fit the components into the smaller version and making the notch look, fine. Look, you know work, I guess, because if you notice the notch on the bigger phone, it's a lot bigger than some the other notch is out there. So the reason why is because it's making room for those two front facing cameras? Exactly. Still like three d. face sicker face in like unlock the iphone house. All right. Moving onto the pixel sleigh which is kind of like a surface chrome OS powered even has an expensive keyboard accessory, Dan, would you think it's a Chromebook meets surface pro from Microsoft. They had an expensive thing last year. The pixel book, which was very nice high end Chromebook, but high end Chromebook is a bit of an oxymoron. People think of those cheap laptops, but give you could. A case for one. The problem with this guy is it's it's the slate, and then you click on the keyboard, but just like the surface just like the ipad pro, they show it to you. If the keyboard writing, they give you a price, but then you gotta buy the keyboard separately, like two hundred dollars. That's crazy. It's a keyboard when you out at all together, we've got even like nine hundred dollars. Yeah. Sixteen hundred. You're paying eighteen hundred dollars surfaces. The same problem for Microsoft. But if this thing is starts at six, the keyboard is to it's a thirty three to one third premium to add the keyboard hundred bucks a style is I don't know why Stein loses from everybody. One hundred dollars seems crazy to me. All right. Lastly, there was the home hob. We saw just saw the Facebook portal as well as the echo show come out two weeks ago, those two touted video chat as a core service. But this one interestingly has has no camera. I'm just curious what you guys thought about, say you can put one in the bathroom, right? Yes, that's true. In the future devices that don't have cameras that's going to become bullet point feature. No camera because no one actually enjoys video chatting. I think something we talk about love. One person on my my tablet can move around and we still have laptops. So people still use Skype. I think what's interesting about it as of course that it's bringing Google services into the home in a way that obviously is meant to destabilize Amazon and the big wins that Amazon his, you know, one so far, the gains they've made, I want to do. To do less than talk to you on the phone is video chat with people. There you go for full coverage, all things go chick sound seen it. I'm under Jane. Jessica Belcourt Dan. Listening.

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"belcourt" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"belcourt" Discussed on Channel 33

"Know Brisson as there, those are the keys that they talk about and they have a certain cynicism towards America's obsession with accumulation of wealth like in what it's doing to the art form. And that's a very interesting conversation. You know, this form is incredibly young. You know, it's one hundred people have been acting and playing music in telling stories and writing stories for thousands of years. You know, I got to perform in the oldest theatre and implant. Earth in in Greece in EPA Davos in it, you know, we're we're. They would do like Electra and stuff. I mean, this is an old form movies, its infancy in the problem with it is it's so appealing. It takes so little work to watch a movie in reading. Anna Karenina is pretty hard. It's very rewarding, but watching a movie is really exciting. There's music. There's things in these. What would big businesses discovered is that the more they do the work for us, the more money they make will that is going to have an impact on the development of this young art form. Right? And that's what I was talking about. You know, I have four kids under the age of twenty. Right? I've seen every superhero movie that has come out. Okay, I've, I've seen them all a some of, you know, Logan is one of my favorites. I picked that one to talk about because I thought it was unavailable as doctor. Strange is another one of my favorites. Dark Knight is another one. I'm geek for the Tim Burton ones. I love talking about them. What I wasn't doing was being disrespect some of the best artists musicians, set designers, costume designers, actors are working in this form. It is sucking up a tremendous amount of energy in. It's very hard for other kinds of movies to compete when there's one that is so much of the work for us. And that is an interesting thing to talk about. But to your point, one of things that would happen to me is I would have one friend, shoot me a text gone. Thank God. You said that in another one said, why would you say that you're, you love that movie like you like Jesus were engaged in a. A national dot? The internet is this amazing it is so the tower babble, you know, and you have to do this. And I, I was still sort of blown away by that particular comment. Just kind of going to clear because it seemed about harmless. It was. It was just it was different conversation that people are having closed doors all the time, and it's certainly not radical even last question. Yes. I ended up show by asking filmmakers, what's the last great thing that they have seen? So what is the last great thing that you have seen the blues according to lightning? ABC can. Oh yeah, that's it. Lists film lessened links film. I just I got asked. They were showing blaze at in Nashville sommes Ingham Belcourt movie theater there, and they asked me, like, would I program a double feature? You know, since I was doing in, so I showed the blues according to lighten Hopkins and badlands in badlands just because. It's such to cease ac- serious basic that performances. So remarkable Morton there. If you know if a movie is a fist in five fingers, come into the acting, the writing, directing the photography, and the music come together in badlands to punch you in the face. And it's it's my favorite kind of, you know, quote, unquote art film because it's so much fun. You know, it's not. It's not going to cinema school to go see badlands. It's so fun. Now the the blues according to light and Hopkins, as you know, I feel I dare you to watch. It's the sexiest it's so lighten Hopkins so hypnotic, that music is so beautiful less Mike, such great filmmaker, and I highly recommend both. I felt blazed was just as hypnotic, even thank you for doing this for shoot. Thanks again for listening to this week's episode of the big picture. If you want to hear more about movies, might I recommend the rewatch Ables podcast this week, Chris, Ryan, Bill Simmons, and myself talked about Tony, Scott and Quentin Tarantino's true romance. It truly was white boy day. And if you want to read some, I wrote a bit about Michael Moore and his new film Fahrenheit, eleven nine, which I found to be incredibly bracing and powerful in a way that I didn't quite expect. So please check that out at the ringer dot com. Thank you again for listening.

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"belcourt" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"belcourt" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"I'm forty seven and I feel better than I did when I was twenty after sort of doing all of this now. Yeah, we're, we're almost the same age in both of us are like, oh my God as amazing. And so, and so we gotta go all the way back to the womb. Tanzer this question. So I said, there's stem cells all over there themselves and fat and bone marrow. And so there's also stem cells in the umbilical cord. And there are some cells and the wall of the umbilical cord. And one term for that is worth jelly. Wait, explain Wharton's jelly collections of stem cells that are in the Belcourt wall, and some people call this Warton's jelly and it's and there are stem cells both in the wall of the book who are. But there are also stem cells in local cord blood. Just like when we process PRP and we isolate the platelet fraction, we can isolate the. Himself reaction from Bellcore blunt. And so then we harvest stem cells from Bellcore blood. Now, these are some cells that are doing it. And so imagine a woman has a baby and there are some stem cells that happened to be in the umbilical cord blood. Now, these stem cells have the possibility of going back and forth between the mom and the baby. And so it's a result, they tend not to express the protein that says, mom are baby, and so because they don't express that protein because they're sort of neutral, they're like the Switzerland of stem cells. And so we can take an isolate those stem cells. And then we quarantine them while we test them mother to make sure there's there's no infections. And then we can give those stem cells back. And there are a whole bunch of brands on the market right now and. If someone is talking about stem cells in the United States, and it didn't come from bone marrow and it didn't come from belly fat than it proper probably represents one of one of these Amdahl cord blood products for the most part. No, that means that someone's going to spills and they're taking Bill cords and then getting stem cells out of them. That's how do you know who's umbilical Gordy gone. So it's actually a fairly robust program because a woman is on boarded onto this. And so there's like a two hundred page questionnaire that they have to fill out. And then there are medical information is tracked the end of their pregnancy and and they're in a hospital getting an elective C-section. And so there's anesthesiologists that are monitoring them and and so these in terms of donating patient population, we probably no more. These people than any other group of people that donate things to these only come from c. sections they come from elective c. sections. Exactly. So they're, they're scheduled, they harvest these and then they quarantined that product, and then they continue to test the mother afterwards for for the they test for the exact same things in terms of testing infections that the blood Bank is testing for him. Okay. So they're looking for the same kind of infections, but there could be other infections that are not tested in blood banks. Things we don't know about just things that are like Lyme disease or something like that. Yeah, absolutely. Okay..

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"belcourt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"belcourt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The iheart app download it for free and newbury porter woman and baby are doing well at anna jakes hospital after three firefighters helped deliver a baby boy yesterday at the firehouse it started when a man from 'have real pulled into the parking lot yesterday blaring his horn saying his wife was in labour nuba report firefighter and emt bob morse says it went well for the most part we get out one up belcourt would wrapped other baby knack but i was able to uh get the unbuilt accord i bought on rapid out shoulder and now we sucking eighty we clamping cut the court and warned the baby up to try to get them to cry and mom and baby were transported bought the healthy baby boy weighs in at eight pounds six ounces the judge's daughter at the center of a report altering scandal that led to the resignation of the two top officers of the massachusetts state police has appeared in court on heroin possession charges ellie bibo admitted to sufficient facts for a guilty finding today and was sentenced to six months probation the charge relates to a traffic stop last may and not a crash in november that sparked the state police shakeup in the november case two troopers involved in her arrest alleged in lawsuits they were ordered by superiors to alter their crash report she was sentenced to fourteen months of probation on a drunken driving charge but drugged driving charges remain pending boston is getting millions of dollars from the government it's in support of the city's homelessness programs as we hear from wbz's carl stevens a couple of years ago mayor walsh announced the plan to address.

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"belcourt" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"belcourt" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"This past tuesday only seventeen of the one hundred members of the virginia house of delegates were women now the number will surged to nearly thirty women one big election day being credited with the democrats big night overall mary jordan national correspondent at the washington post says it's a testament to the remarkable explosion of women candidates who have entered the political stage in the past year mary explain your story look at her kanada what happened there happen pretty much everywhere in the country that there was an election we had eighteen taped at plitt republican democratic column and eleven of belcourt women and most of them had never ever rent to opt for while we prayed studying while what's a did they did they give reasons as to why we've swee saw the his wave well i think when you look at the background was they were immigrants two of them were immigrants on several of them said that they had been angered by comments that trump had made our actions he'd done two of them were latinos one of them said to me you know i never thought about running for office but when i heard kids say our president doesn't like people that speak spanish and this woman was born in peru i decided to run but so i mean even as far away as like a montana ruth eugene light burillo the first black mayor and helena incredible actually and some people are saying that that trump's election could be i mean there's still a lot of time to tell the four of course the big elections next year and um then the next presidential election but was this last lastgasp of white privilege some people are saying when they look what happened we had refugees and especially after this administration has been talking about decreasing the number of immigrants to this country and taking in refugees to have a refugee from liberia become the mayor the first black mayor of elena the montana first black female was elected in charlotte north women for the first time in a century of woman is now the mayor of seattle and many of them were carrying messages that we're directly opposite what's coming out of the white house was also jumped out of be to during the correct me if i'm quoting the.

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"belcourt" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"belcourt" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"We are six seventy kboi boise a cumulus station a six o'clock kboi news starts now terrorist attack hotel tropical storm pummels florida i'm christopher cruise at least twenty three people were killed overnight in an attack on a hotel in the somali capital mogadishu before security forces killed or captured the fly live terrorist attackers the terrorist group alshabab being blamed for the nightlong assault on the hotel tropicalstorm felipe is bringing heavy rain and strong winds to southeastern florida meteorologist dennis felt gallon belcourt and the keys could be looking at two to four inches of rain but isolated amounts up to city sanchez and that kind of rain may produce some flash flooding especially in the urbanised areas storm is expected to drench the mid atlantic of the northeast later today into tomorrow monday will be amiss and arrest is likely as soon as tomorrow after special counsel robert muller filed the first charges in his investigation and got the approval of them from a federal grand jury correspondent kim hutchison the federal grand jury has approved muller's first charges in the investigation the former fbi director has been focused on possible russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election potential illegal cooperation between trump's campaign and russia as well as possible obstruction of justice by the president who is charged and for what use not noon yuli guru will of the houston astros has been suspended for five games next season for making a racist a racist gesture at dodgers pitcher yu darvish during a world series major league baseball commissioner rob manfred didn't hesitate to take action mr gurria will be suspended for five games without pay during the offseason he will be required to undergo sensitivity training and the houston astros in a gesture of support have agreed to donate the look foregone salary to charitable causes some white nationalist gathered in shelbyville tennessee saturday to protest the resettlement of refugees in there our state there were no reports of violence i'm christopher cruise.

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"belcourt" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"belcourt" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Greece mark levin show thirty seven one one john solomon of the hill newspaper how are you sir i'm doing very well mark 'cause the drawing of a hot breaking story right now you're on top of this uranium scandal what is new so we have obtained documents that were really fed report of a show that bill clinton sought permission from his own eight department whether we're nuclear fifth home bad on the very company on the board of the company hillary clinton boohbooh fiving the fate of with uranium won the home wrocklage dumb with big russian nuclear wanted to buy uranium after they've hillary clinton coming back from a meeting with putin meadow in march whom bannon just a couple of days later bill clinton get an offer from five hundred thousand dollars good them for him and he's gone on that turkey decided here maybe it's a good idea i'll throw a meagre this guy who happened to fit a rock with problem board the righthand man of the russian president dmitry a better and barbara say hey guys bigger by me guy big department fo not a good idea and voted for perth what we abbott belcourt moved earlier you know near dumped him to do if you're in your mom isn't it evidence said john solomon that the clintons and others know exactly what they were doing in other words they knew how much was at stake for the russians they know how much was stakes at stake for the united states the russians with this half million dollars for him and his foundation and so forth that looks like a very welltimed payment may i put it that way and hillary clinton has always denied knowledge about most of this hasn't she wrote the out how can she not have knowledge about most of this one her state department is at the centre of every peace well the who have bill clinton tempo editor anything i'm to go meet with his russian hookers if you don't mind if you don't have to be picked learn were were hillary quit after energy foreign policy adviser cheryl mille big problem and pretty high in the state department of knowledge our work going on and you are prepping mark of if you go back to the clinton in the 80 to buy arkansas there isn't that guy named james mcdougal that had built before the state and they're they are they going to bogus donations at the moment in the 1994 we have.

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"belcourt" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"belcourt" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Is part of it it's pretty well hasty goes from beef needs to be harm crews plagued kind of this befuddled every man hyde character who has just on a happy to keep getting these opportunities dumping laugh even though he realizes there something hey kennedy about the uh the cia on trapping with him to uh to run guns all over the place e e e looking a as always reading my review though you know i i there are about the movie it just it is very very weird tone ole shift you you you have this guy to clearly understand what he's doing is wrong but also is not really being judged or it in any way if almost do you remember walker ball three yes yes you remember you remember the at the bit there were a bunch of arguments about wall street about whether or not it was lying hyping the character center of jordan belcourt and i always thought he these arguments for silly because the grotesque hurry with which he is laid on the screen like making very clear that martin scorsese does not find that ira him worthy craves are and i don't think the same is true here i think doug lyman is much more sympathetic to the very she'll character and that this eight bears like there's like a a weird an of moral void in the middle of film and i don't quite know what can make it frank not you've got to ask question rob child of the huffington post tweeted i've read your review sunny bunch and i still don't know if you want me to go to see the movie turn of question what do you say why look this is something i am grappling with myself obviously i i i would say look it is a pawn in the moment movie i don't think if a month the if you like tom cruise if you like on cruise this you know movie start ariza matic and funny but but also you know hind curious mode then i think you'll life that movie it got a great after above all.

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"belcourt" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"belcourt" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Judge just one of the best performances of the year how about american made that's what year reviewed an i'm going to go see tom cruise whether or not this movie as any good tell me it was because american assassin wasn't yeah so americanmade is kind of a lo let that they'd mostly fictionalized hail of bobby the okay theo who was a pilot who quit his job to start buying cia he failed a break in the movie either you know and in the course of spying for the cia kind of comes into contact with an bell running drug for them get in a little bit of trouble bailed him out so long as it though long as you promises to run done for the ondrove so you get them to the whole cycle of anti drug two guys we're running down through our brain moneyback blah blah blah it probably make accent alive retelling of the beginning of the irancontra affair um i i i'll be out i liked this in the moment in the moment almonzarya smoothly it is it it pretty well paid to goes from beat the beach to be i'm crews plight kind of this befuddled every man hyde character who is on a happy to keep getting the opportunity dumped even though he realizes there's something we shania about e the cia on cracking with him to uh to run all over the place e e e looking a as always writing my review though you know i there think about the movie bit just it is very very weird honal you you you had the guy who clearly understand what he's doing is wrong but also is not really being judged or it in any way if almost do you remember walt compulsory yes yes you remember you remember the at the bit there were a bunch of arguments but wall street about whether or not it will lie in hyping the character in jordan belcourt and i always thought these these arguments for silly because b d grow puffery with which he is displayed on the screen like make it very clear that martin quickly does not find that at our area worthy graver and i it's true here i think doug lyman as much more sympathetic jiro bariseel character and at all i just ate bears like it the weird kind of moral void in the middle of.

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"belcourt" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"belcourt" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Bad thank you for all your listeners and again i wanna do is teach people educate people about finance educate educate people about training and again we're located right here and bloomington el this past week is pretty crazy obviously the fed was in town but nine straight for the dow four straight for the sp 500 all three record close on tuesday at sp 500 the dow and nasdaq all traded up the dow now forty two record closes for the year and so it you know it just keeps going and going you in the vicks what really scared me the volatility index this week popped below ten again and again instead volatility that really scares me in this market here but you know you know the thing about these record close allah can only go for so long before we start having a pullback here in the volatility a comeback rate you know one of the things we teachers students is in the same thing with anything anything you buy you want to buy it low by low prices and sell at high prices right now the market's at high prices it's it's valued level the we haven't seen says 1929 two thousand and two thousand seven and following those years we had an when eighty nine percent retracement of the market in to 50 percent retracement so yeah the market is high it's overvalued here's the here's the thing to to consider we don't know for sure when the market is going to correct you will correct for sure in in i don't think there's anybody out there that will disagree with that because it's a normal it's actually a good thing for the market to go through occasionally but when it does make sure you're protected you cannot decide at the point when the market starts to correct that that's when you're going to learn how to take advantage of it it may be too late there but you know and and there's some misconceptions out there right now that i think we need to address about we call it trading when when we say trading we don't want people to get the image of like jordan belcourt in a wolf of wall street id that's not the way it is a most of our students are are are just putting maybe an hour so.

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"belcourt" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"belcourt" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Thank you for all your listeners and again why do his teach people educate people about finance educate educate people what training and again we're located right here in bloomington now this past week is pretty crazy obviously the fed was in town but you know nine straight for the dow four straight for the sp 500 all three record close on tuesday at s p 500 the dow and nasdaq all traded up that the down our 42 record closes for the year and so it you know it just keeps going and going you're in the vicks what race scared me the volatility index this week popped below ten again and again it's they've all till they're really scares me in this market here but you know you know the thing about these record close ally can only go for so long before we start having a pullback here in the volatile your comeback rate you know what one of the things we teachers students is in the same thing with anything anything you buy you want to buy it low by low prices in sell at high prices right now the market's at high prices it's it's valued at a level that we haven't seen says 1929 two thousand and two thousand seven and following those years we had an when eighty nine percent retracement of the market in to 50 percent retracement so yeah the market is high it's overvalued here's the here's the thing to to consider we don't know for sure when the market is going to correct you will correct for sure in in i don't think there's anybody out there that will disagree with that because it's a normal it's actually a good thing for the market to go through occasionally but when it does make sure you're protected you cannot decide at the point when the market starts to correct that that's when you're going to learn how to take advantage of it it may be too late there but you know and and there's some misconceptions out there right now that i think we we need to address about we call it trading when when we say trading we don't want people to get the image of like jordan belcourt in a wolf of wall street it that's not the way it is a most of our students are are are just putting maybe an hour so.

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"belcourt" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"belcourt" Discussed on WLAC

"Drivers may be much better but still slow coming down from the south loop sixty five southbound had a crash that has the blocked there just just ecu four quartey so let's get that around the time still slow from an earlier crash lee westbound is gould bogeys down his lowest says they'll have a crash with injuries when cui vanocur island therefore 124 westbound rally parkway of two one western town of hollywood hendrix in the traffic center israel 50s hand that would you only see forecast from the accu weather center enjoying a little break from summertime heat and humidity and once again in the '60s for low temperatures tonight mid 60s in the suburbs upper 60s in town your ninety degrees again tomorrow thunderstorms wednesday powered by the accurate more discreet scott our with whether gm absolutely on asheville charter school teacher is arrested and charged with domestic assault 26yearold dame's carney was arrested by wilson county officials early yesterday morning karni is currently teaching at mealey's band which is a fifth to eighth grade charter school in madison police haven't released the specifics of carney's crimes police are investigating a deadly stabbing in north now spell on saturday thirty seven year old michael cook was killed during an altercation in the parking lot of the quality in on brick church pike the person who stabbed cook says it was in selfdefense no charges have currently been filed that's wola sees robert wine visit tation four max berry the senate nashville mayor meghan berry will be held tonight at the blair school of music the 22yearold died from an apparent overdose in colorado over the weekend a memorial for the berries only child will be held at the belcourt theater at ten o'clock tomorrow morning get the latest national and local needs on demand now at w l e c dot com nbc news radio i'm ap herald.

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"belcourt" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"belcourt" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Have a few i can send you an episode the pilot script that we wrote for this series as well it's similar it it santa comedy in los angeles the 1970s based on the comedy story ah although the whole kicked little based on the line until he finds a twitch i have sown no i have not seen the series everyone sexy me about including our very own next gilio the moment he saw the pacific you got to watch this every time he sends me something i'm like i there these are no these are greats rate pieces of art i don't know cowboy cowboys and what can you say for trash talking about ever yes all right than his rogers which no fear here with you and tell ra thank you so much to eric elk to todd belcourt elliott's serano to our friend derek men seaney and tammie from god as a baker here with your news is roger bash right now cloudy seventy seven at o'hare seven year old boy clutched his mother's arm and she described the shooting at her school yesterday is blue eyes and lead he's long before all all blurred students were outside and playground warner elementary school enjoying an end of year picnic when the shots were fired two girls aged seven and twelve were who they are now in stable condition two men charged with manslaughter after a deadly warehouse fire in oakland california appeared together in court for the first time the research people died in the december fire the go ship warehouse that had been illegally converted into artist residences dirk amina and match here's where operator the residents are charged with thirty six counts of involuntary manslaughter versus french attorney hold a press conference friday were they read from a written statement by here heartbroken to be both someone who witnessed the horror will the base lost love waters but julio is on trial for something i never would have imagined possible in this week's address on behalf of the democrat south carolina congressman dreams clyburn discusses his party's position on health care reform he criticizes republicans from that along with their repeal and replace build up you reviewed by any congressional committees and that their work king in secret congressman clever ensures republicans don't.

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