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"bob ross" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:52 min | 3 weeks ago

"bob ross" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"While the kowalski's were satisfied in helping an artist they had sensed was special. Later through ross's work the kowalski's helped to create bob. Ross inc through which they sold painting supplies and offered instructional videos. The company continues through this day selling much of the merchandise. That has cemented. Ross's a popular modern figure but things grew sour over time as the documentary posits that the kowalski's became motivated by earning a profit off of ross's fame before he died the kowalski's pushed ross to give over the rights to his name. According to the film the battle grew uglier after ross's death in nineteen ninety five when the kowalski's filed multiple lawsuits against the ross estate and family as part of an effort to exert total control over his name and likeness according to both the film and at twenty twenty one report from the daily beast. A business relationship gone sour here. The documentary veers from a tale about ross's life and career to explore the ramifications of the kowalski's assuming the rights to his legacy the couple declined to appear in happy accidents betrayal and greed and the film depicts them as a litigious pair to the extent that many people who worked with them and ross refused to speak to row fe out of fear of being sued guiding. The story then is ross's son. Steve who appears in multiple interviews in the documentary according to steve a painter in his own right who also appeared in numerous instructional videos. The millions of dollars bob ross. Inc has earned off. His father's name has only ever benefited the company and not his family. The film claims that steve has never earned any money off his father's likeness. Although it alleges that ross prior to his death had wanted his son and his half brother to be in charge of his name. Steve ross has tried to regain control of the bob. Ross name in two thousand seventeen. He joined a lawsuit attempting to get control of the name and likeness but lost the fight to get sole rights. When a judge ruled that bob ross inc was the owner because it is missing accounts from many people who knew both ross and the kowalski's and could have provided helpful context the claims that unfold in happy accidents betrayal and greed can feel a bit uneven though neither the kowalski's nor representatives of bob ross inc appeared in the film. They defended their actions in a statement to vanity. Fair ahead of the film's release. If not for the efforts of the remaining founders and their dedication to this mission bob's artistic and cultural relevance and his expressed desire to become the world's most beloved painting teacher and friend would have been lost decades ago with his passing they said in many ways happy accidents betrayal and greed is a classic tale of a business relationship that started out strong only to fall apart due to bitter divides over money later on. And although it does not tarnish our collective view of bob ross he remains as ever a symbol of calm of accepting your mistakes as happy accidents. The film's claims might cause some to pause the next time. They consider buying a bob. Ross t. shirt walter. Wellman the owner of woman's autoparts. Everything was fine until his calibration system took a turn for the worse critical failure failure failure. He needed a new one a sample.

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Painter Bob Ross Is Subject of New Netflix Documentary

The Boxer Show

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Painter Bob Ross Is Subject of New Netflix Documentary

"Phone line. We welcome our good friend, Dr. Bob Thompson, professor of pop culture at Syracuse University. A Bob Good Morning. Good morning to you. So let's start an excuse me. I almost started coughing here, so I have not seen this yet. But I must say By this new documentary with Bob Ross, because I feel like this is going to really complicate the legacy of the artists that we all know, painted happy little trees pretty well. It doesn't so much complicate his personal legacy comes off pretty much as the usual Bob Ross with a couple of little revelations, an affair and a number of other things, but it certainly complicates the Legacy of who controls Bob Ross. His name and all the rest of it. I will think twice before ordering a Bob Ross mug after I see this stuff after I saw the documentary So the the back story behind this is you have the and I hope I get this right. The his family, the Kagalovsky family. Is that close to how to pronounce it. Okay. So you've got you've got Bob Ross, Uh and Annette and Walter Kowalski. Who were the ones? Of course. Who, uh, kind of helped him too. Become more popular with the T V show, which, of course, would then lead to the sales of his stuff in his seminars, his painting lessons and all of the rest of it, But then Bob Ross also has a son. So Bob Ross dies. This Bob Ross Inc kind of takes things over Bob Ross, his son loses control of, you know the name Bob Ross and all the rest of it, And mostly this documentary is the revelations of Ross, his son of things that happened after he died. But in the course of all that, there are also a lot of great clips of our Bob Ross's TV show and all the rest of it. And if you have not yet discovered, and there was kind of a renaissance of this show after he died, If you've not yet discovered it, it might make you go and take a look. He made television like

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"bob ross" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

08:22 min | 3 weeks ago

"bob ross" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"You didn't even know he was dead. I did some further digging last night's because i go. What the fuck did he do with all those paintings. What did he do turns out. Bri owns all of them and they're treating them like diamonds which is really interesting. But what would you know the diamond situation right. Plenty diamonds out there then when released every year. That's what they're doing and kind of leaking these out a few a year and they're getting top dollar for these bob. Ross paintings fuck painted over thirty thousand paintings. But even on top of that member of the kowalski's this sweatshop where they were having people paint bar. Yes yeah and then signing it so that kind of makes it lose its value if you can prove it but how do you prove it. He's dead right. Yeah so do they have thirty thousand. At who will bob. Ross himself claims that he has over thirty thousand that he did. Okay over thirty thousand if you're just looking at the tv series alone. He's got at least four hundred. Because i was like four hundred episodes so maybe i don't know. And then he painted every single day. All over the world doing these workshops and shit so all of those he had to do and then just give away or somebody has them or whatever but even the three that are inside that original office and studio kid isn't have them which is crazy to me. Yeah yeah i would. I would have like looking at the dock. Last night bob ross. Dying of cancer young. I didn't yeah. He was like fifty two. Yeah i was like therefore he looks the same and everybody party with his fucking dead body and all that shit you know. Put him on trinkets and water bottle caps and things like that. But if i'm the kid looking back at it right now. I think i just changed my name to bob. Ross junior and do the same paintings fucked on money. I know that's weird. I don't know why. I didn't do it but i think he tried. I mean you got to watch the duck because there's a lot going on the kind of brush over cia a great pun. Oh yeah yeah no. I meant to So they just brush over the stuff and there's an weird affair and then there's like the whole thing with the name the kid the deposition that you see at the end is him actually trying to do that. So he was trying to start a paint brush or paint company One of the names in the company was ross. It wasn't bob ross. It was his name and then his last name and they sued him for trying to use his own last name. Shit i didn't i thought okay. He couldn't even do that now. Right so the kowalski's and then the other part of it is. It was almost like a christopher guest dock in that they made this like pbs. Art world seem like gangsters. In like dude. I made where it's like ono was jenkins versus the raw versus jenkins. Go fuck cheese and then it was like i was painting flowers. I and they stole my whole technique. They were they were. I know it just got a little bit funny. Now i wanna say free bob. Ross and free the jenkins as well. Yeah i want them all free specifically the jenkins husband. If you've seen it the leather hat guy. That was like everybody was fucking everybody. In the wife was like khawaja. They asked at one point they were like. Hey did you have. Was he having sex with the older broad or whatever and he goes. I don't i don't know how to say this and the wife goes. Don't don't let's move on. And he goes no goddamn and this was the seventies. We were all fucking each other. Just get back to the interview. Those older couples that look like in interviews like their bickering back in the day. I still harbor jealousy over one night and whatever right he's just like on. That's a our secrets on the floor. Somebody's gonna have to clean them up. I'm going to clean them up. God damn it. Talking about swing days are swing days right. You can tell those motherfucker swain dude swang. And weren't they. Yeah yeah a lot of pineapples around the house when we still wearing a leather cowboy hats have their seventies know you swang back in the day Swang tear looking forward to tonight james Oh yeah gonyea. They're doing it. There's so they are going to live streaming on apple tonight. i'm all in obviously. Obviously the reason why i bring it up i know we just chat about on the last show we. We do have some breaking news. He has filed the paperwork to legally changed his name. She's going to be now and i like that. I'm a big fan of that. Just a one word to letter name. Yeah i can't think of one thing that i care about this right now. I can't think of one thing. I care about less than what the fuck crazy thing conyers dense. It's crazy just cliche and Delco i want to ask you this. It's not crazy Sweet some extra drinking bros. Tickets dot com by the way is full of all the tickets. You need in this life for everything across the board. Now that everything's back and go see whatever you want about ten dollars cheaper than stubhub reason. I'm saying this is extra tickets over the weekend. Ask nick in the famous era. Heller if they wanted to go to the chris stapleton show. I hit you up. You were playing golf in one hundred four degree heat which was not not fun about an hour away. Awful and i said. Hey it's chris stapleton. You go no i wouldn't i don't like chris stapleton anyway. Who do you like. Who is who do you. Listen to then because i don't get it. I don't get it like who's when you're driving to work. Is it podcast and now find with answers. Not no okay. Well is your guys. No i liked kanye until a certain point. That's fine but now let's just kind of like whatever a i mean. If we go with the gym playlist a lot of money baggio lot of future the future get down on. Who else moneybag yale. Okay well new album. Pretty good all right. I mean classic. Two buck biggie. And that's why i asked right. I listen. I love new music. I love new. Shit that comes out underground metrics. And that's fine. Are you an asher roth guy. By the way now really no. And like why billy guy great guy but we'll dickey's fine. Yeah i'll claim. I don't want to claim that you were you in college in two thousand. I love college. Yeah were you in college career where you went college for that song right near oh man fucking to. You didn't like that song. Well why he doesn't like anything that everybody likes. That's not true. So i think at that time. Wasn't everybody fucking singing. that song. That song was on five times a night. Yes yeah yeah so. I could definitely see dan. We put out that good. That was exactly like him on. I like it was played in college to kick. Kelly was pretty big like you gotta cut. I love cucuta all right. I'm just wondering who your people are because everybody else we name you're fucked those people including shit because i'm always looking for new music just because i just created a pablo is like the cusp of where i stopped following. Okay like i liked pablo and then after that was like now. I understand the gospel albums. I should the first one half of them were bangers but the rest of the socks and the rest of that and then the best album..

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"bob ross" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

08:29 min | 3 weeks ago

"bob ross" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"How i have to admit. I don't know any of the other song would kill you to play a little little like the city full for the city seeing me. A bar can't don't know it okay. Third time lucky. Lucky iron and our off time. I'm not ready for what third league on. Yeah love that. Fog hat. Food fan interesting. Thought there was more. Maybe there is in cat. Play allowed began. Used tubes will shut the channel down and we can't but we gotta pay fog at. Yeah but like if we know the song and sing it means recording quality. So that's why i was like looking through. Is there another one. Eight days on the road crew. Lovat one and the ninth day. Well it'd be home with my family for sunday. Mass don't know the rest of that song. Don't even know that song to be honest with you. Hammer the like button. If you're watching on youtube sometimes shapes. When i get home at nights. We put the children down on nestled in their beds. You and i will throw on something on netflix. Or whatever streaming the ninety streaming apps that you have a subscribe to any welcome. Yeah yeah so. I was like. Do you have any interest in this bob. Ross and i said yes. I just read an article on jobs yesterday. Intense intense when he kills all those people at the end. It's nuts to kill anybody but it was a dark turn that we knew right away where it was like the whenever you start off with kind of a white trashy looking dude in the fall. Smoking a cigarette around leaves on the ground. You're gonna be you're like orator. Do you know what i mean. You're like oh we're stage. He's the one that you're wise. Say this gonna tell us what really happens. Story or stories story was was kind of dark. So old bob. Ross aka robert ross Robert n ross. I don't know what the n. word was in that you know people smile. What's the end and bob. And ross. bob. Ooh bob there. We used to doing multiple. bob's norman. Norman robert norman ross. Weird man never pictured him for a norman rockwell a guess to painters to amazing painters the to to most amazing painters of our time. The the name. Norman in their names coincidence. I think not any who's as it goes along turns out. Oh bob ross was found by this couple. Older gal older lady The off skis and net. A net co wall ski kowalski. It felt so. I put this on twitter. I said the kowalski's of the new baskin's for twenty twenty one where it's just like. Hey dude. let's free bob. Ross here and find out what happens bob. Ross had his own weird shit going on why he fucking old broad. I don't really know i mean. come on. I think he she was in a major position of power and she was in love with him. So what i'm just saying. I don't know how you could get it. Welcome to our world out dudes with the with the ugly old rich lady. Sorry i she fucking owned his name. Sorry it happened. Here's the difference though between men and women okay. I don't wanna fuck asleep. I'm not feminine shit on this. i'm the opposite. i'm just saying welcome to the world. Where if an older mon- attractive lady with money that is owning your likeness and name wants to have sex with you. What do you do you intern saying. Here's the difference. Okay a man has to get a boner right you physically have to get an erection to have sas heart you yes oh yeah Boy yea shaves especially that age because it's not like they were pumping them full roman against roman dot com slash ringer. Both they weren't doing that. Fifty dollars off your first order. They were not pumping him full of roman or anything else so yet it he was an older man who had to get a boner with his old lady and then to completion. Because you're going to know if he didn't fucking come so old bob. Ross said to get that old paintbrush up in the bedroom. And that's a tough one with that. That old broad. I don't know how he did it to completion and less of his and obviously we don't shame here never have never will right. Unless king for him was older women he ends up boning the woman who discovered him and then bob himself was married. This woman was buried. Yes to another man another kowalski short. They live together. I guess but here's the cia. The the kowalski's top phone conversations. Everything else if he's tapping every phone conversation you don't think that he knows bob. Ross tapping his fucking wife. I think he was fine with it where he was just like. We gotta get this money so if you if you want to do this and you know we got a coercive in signing some shiites go out and bone bob ross and then we can say on the beep and only get his signature on shit and then kind of move on with their lives and get rich and so. I think the husband was fine with it and bob. Ross got the well not bob. Ross himself the kids. The kids got the short end of the stick in this whole thing now Either because bob ross was grooming him to take over the thing and he said fuck you dad and so what happens in that. Is that the gotta. You can't just wait around for the inheritance what we're talking about here. Is this all right. So if your dad dies that's famous mom or dad and then someone else owns all of their life rights. They're making on average like sixteen million a year off a bob. Ross shit little trinkets mints Pillows paints paint and brushes. All of it at can't all of the classes everything anything with bob. Ross his name likeness or image on its is owned by. Bri which is Bob ross inc and it is a fucking massive corporation that is worldwide. I did not know that. They went out to all these countries and so the show and products and vans and all. That other shit's just recently got on netflix. As we know they don't pay like a bunch but all of that goes to mean. Yeah so for wall skis. The the long and the short of it is this It was the kid he had one kid and then his brother and other brothers signed off all the the rights because he was the kowalski's were suing and everything else. The uncle owned fifty one percent. The kid had forty nine therefore the uncle was allowed to sell everything. Keep got nothing off of his dad. So now he's seeing his dad everywhere and lose get nothing from it now. well yeah. Does he deserve fifty percent. Maybe i don't know because one could look at the story and say all right they've utilized bob. Ross the back catalogue everything else. Got him out everywhere and made him so popular. That people don't even know he was dead.

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"bob ross" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

09:00 min | Last month

"bob ross" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Another. I'm jonathan coleman. Here's your host fear eisenberg. Thanks jonathan. we've had couples on the show before but today we have a true hollywood power couple. Melissa mccarthy has started movies like bridesmaids and can you ever forgive me. Her frequent collaborator and husband. Ben falcone is a producer director and writer behind movies like the boss and superintendence. Their latest project is a change of pace a documentary about the host of the long running public television. Show the joy of painting. It's called bob. Ross happy accidents betrayal ingred and it premiers august twenty fifth on net flicks. Melissa benn welcome to ask me another well. Thank you very much happy to be here. Delighted to be here. I'll i'll i'll one up that start this by saying we're traffic so you both match in nine hundred ninety eight while taking a comedy writing class together we we. Well not really. Oh we you're of. We kind of sort of met Ten years earlier at a party in carbondale illinois. i went to college where he was in high school and Once we matt figured out. I was like oh my gosh i college in the hometown you grew up in and then we came fast friends and after a few weeks he was like i knew who you were. I know who you were when you were there. And that was super super gothic acuity. Not recognize me and he goes no no no i remember i was afraid of you and i was like yeah it was. I mean i swear. I think it's where. I kind of started loving characters because i was terrible at being golf but i love the look of it. 'cause you're literally like yeah i've drawn may make up two inches over on my side face just to be like a weird that ends. The segment opened my mouth. It was like i blew the whole golfing but menacing but then right. We're very optimistic and fun. Once like you cannot be curious. Cost that does not work at the groundlings. We sort of became fast friends. And you know that. I don't know midwestern connection or something and There you go so you. You both have worked together on many comedy collaborations. But now a little bit of a shift. You're the producers of eight. Netflix documentary called bob. Barbara's happy accidents betrayal and greed. And it's about the painting instructor bob. Ross 's career and legacy and it it focuses on Bob ross is sons. Fight to obtain the licensing rights to his dad's name and likeness. So first of all. Why did you decide to make the switch and do a documentary. Well you know. I i i all. We love bob. Ross i actually wanted to a bio-pic i thought you know i'd love to write a movie about bob. Ross and whether i could ever someday play him or somebody else or whatever just like you know. I think that'd be such an interesting script and so i went on online as you do just like well. Okay what is there about bob. Ross what's the basis to start you start. It looks fine anything you could. It was impossible to find almost anything. Yeah so all very cursory stuff that we all kind of knew where he was in the army he was in alaska and then he went to florida. And he's bob ross. And that's and that is it and we're like there's many people that all ages have a have a fondness for him. So you know you mentioned that he was in the military and a few things that you learned knew about him beforehand but over the course of of being part of this project. What was the most surprising thing you learned about. Bob ross. well. I mean not too much. Okay well i'll tell you one silly surprise for me that That amazing his hair was permed. I want to say i was like. Oh my god. Like i reaction to that. Everybody has watched with wait. Wait that's and i do remember You know like a my brother-in-law telling me that he used to perm his hair. And i was like what. But anyways that i i've been trying to get him took the air for like literally twenty years. That's probably where the bio-pic idea play him. And we palm your hair movie. He doesn't like what are we. There wasn't movie identity thief. I literally went into the trailer and somehow melissa and her great hair. Linda flowers. They literally they can. Let's do it and they come in. I had a full term for like as much as my hair could do. And then the director came in. He was like so and i was like what he was like. You're working against me dream. Fifteen years in the making of that point turned up very early. Hasn't come on yet. Okay listen ben. Are you ready to play some games. Okay fantastic so since you made a bob ross documentary. We decided to test memory of other famous works of art. So you're gonna take turns answering questions and these are all multiple choice. Okay okay all right. Melissa this i what is for you. Yes what is the enigmatic woman in the mona lisa sitting in front of is it a a plane wall be a landscape or see a man telling her to smile now. He was off camera blank wall. Okay i'm sorry that is incorrect so it is landscape however just to be fair. Historians do not agree whether this landscape is of the real place in italy. Or just a made up place so unsatisfying landscape which to maybe the expert. I'd like yourself. Would you see as plain wall. That's what i meant. I knew it was a landscape. But i also recognize that it was not a replace in italy so interest. I in the painting whistler's mother depicts the artists mother sitting in profile beside a wall. What is on that wall. A a framed picture. Be a window. See a novelty clock. That says it's wine o'clock favorites. She does look like she needs a glass of one. God i guess So it's a window or consciousness in there. I'm going to say a framed picture. Yeah you're correct. It is a framed picture. That's right all right. Melissa edward hopper's nighthawks depicts customers at a restaurant counter late at night what are they. Drinking is a milkshakes. be coffee or see locally brewed. Ipa's coffee the ass. Exactly they are drinking kathy. And it's my favorite kind of coffee night coffee. yes Traffic but tells the whole story right there. Yeah or when someone orders like a coffee and the older movies and they get like a black coffee with a hamburger a mosaic. Yes no cheese please. And no milk in the cup up child. I remember being like. Oh it's not gonna work out. I'm going to be good all right ben. The statue venus de milo is missing both of its arms. What else is it missing. Hey it's left-foot be it's right nipple. See its third arm. Is it the foot. That's his left foot. Yeah see third arms technically correct because that is also. It's unclear if she had a third arm. That's your yeah supposedly was maybe all of that was kind of hacked off and stolen because experts believe the statue originally wore metal jewelry. Oh wow really. I can only think of like how many amazing pieces of of art there were around people like i don't know we'll just get the stuff off. This one is off this fine. What don't like the eyebrows..

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"bob ross" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

05:04 min | Last month

"bob ross" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Like all right back to work speaking of getting back to work. We have quite a lineup for you today. Melissa mccarthy and her husband ben falcone are known for their raunchy comedy movies but now they've produced a new documentary about beloved painter. Bob ross and from the comedy series ted lasso which has been nominated for approximately one million emmys will play games with stars brick goldstein and hannah wadham. Plus we could find across. This item off of our bucket list to linguists will join us today and talk about emoji and the unit code consortium. So let's do it. Our first two guests are emmy nominees for the roles on the apple. Tv plus comedy. Ted lasso the show is about a british soccer team that inexplicably hires in american college. Football coach the players are skeptical at first but lassos kindness. Wins them over hanna. Wanting him plays the team's owner rebecca. Welton bread goals team. Plays the soccer legend. Roy can't hannah brett. Hello Like having to twelve year olds. Wonderful okay. i'm just going to have a moment because this series basically saved me the series safe me. I know you probably hear that from people that they were like. Oh i'll take a chance on this ted lasso and then they were like this. That makes me feel like it's all to be okay very to hear. Yeah it is but it never gets old because how could we ever get tired of hearing that something. We've all been apart over. loved ourselves. made such a difference to people and got a really awful time. Also we would be the worst people if people came up and said you'll save. Yeah heard it. So congratulations on your emmy. Nominations know every domination. Best supporting actor and actress in a comedy series. Where did you. When did what happened when you found out. Where were you who old. You break goldstein. Those in my hotel room and came to my doors at every single person in the united states gig said are united and i said going anywhere. That's my kind of way to stop. it's pretty sure. Oh yeah right. you've done obviously television film theatre you've written but you said that your career goal that you have not achieved yes to work with muppets. Yes that's it. That's the only two things left on my bucket list. One jump out of the plane and the other is what with markets. And then. After that. I if i do it in the reverse with its and then jump out of the plane. I don't mind if the policy doesn't happen had you you grew up in a family of opera singers. And obviously you've done plenty of seeing yourself and plenty of musical theatre as as a. I don't know a child or a teenager. Was there an idea that you might become an opera singer as well. No because my mother and her mother were off both opera singers. So i think. I kind of bucked against it and that's why i went into musical theatre but having said that last february before we all looked down. I did Really like proper high operatic soprano roles playing queen elizabeth the second and was a bit. Like i shouldn't have bucked against this because this is actually you know you could just tell that something sits well with you. I should have just on that and my mom after when you get because you're always sounds like she's singing there you go using your proper voice for change you. You're right. She calls shout she's singing. Musical theatre Thinking wow i don't know why you will just sound like you're shouting at the time okay. Well let's bring out a little bit of your competitive spirit with some games. Are you ready for some games goes. Okay excellent you'll work together in this game. It's about the legendary film composer. John williams and his music will be performed by our very own. Jonathan colton the way. It was meant to be played on an acoustic guitar. We decided to write lyrics to john. Williams most famous movie themes to make songs about other famous people with the last name williams. Great so to earn a point. You can tell me any of the following things. The name of the person that i'm saying about or the movie that the score comes from okay. Here we go. He's one.

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"bob ross" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

03:16 min | 4 months ago

"bob ross" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"Checkout romans light of men's health care products are chief. What's the what's the story the story of the day. I'm still like trying to reconcile the idea. I have of bob. Ross and all of the drama and who he really was as a person Because you sent me this article to read at so we can talk about this and the title of the article itself sex deceit and scandal the ugly war over. Bob ross is ghost and it's like would you mean we talk about the same bob. Ross we talked about the guy with the the the haircut the fro with the painting and the old and the the nice voice is at the guy. Were talking about from pbs. Sextant scandal fucking kidding me. So needless to say got my my ears. Perked up in it is a. It's like a wild story. Yeah so our works a lot of the times if you guys tag us and stuff for you guys in boxes or you email the or you. Inbox a dog walk. Count and That happened with this article until with chelsea of quarantine fame. She's a lot of stuff with big cat. When big cat was periscope popping. She just hit the starry night. Dana beer portrait to which was fantastic. Yeah she does a great job so She posted this article. Actually from the daily beast and a bunch of people tagged us all right like your right. You see those three words. Yup and you see bob ross vo. I thought doesn't add up. Yeah i was just as happy guy who are no mistakes. Right is one of the things. Yeah yeah so. We thought that was the thing so Yeah melissa say going to be interesting. Yeah so i guess we can this whole thing really kind of stems into like a legal battle with his former partner who ended up fucking hating and it's still like an ongoing thing i guess But just about like a little bit about the man bob. Ross that i didn't know that you know he was in the air force. Don't bedtime airforce guy. So he's he's linked to like all these different areas around the country right. He's he has business partners. Were outside of dc He's lived in orlando. His show is largely filmed at this place. In muncie indiana of all the places in the world that that show is from muncie indiana and but he really got into painting In this place. It's a it's supposedly. I think now it's considered lake could have this wrong Cordell elaine have you heard of that place. It's a. it's a lake in ohio. Which i think you have not okay so i think it's i could have my idaho geography off here They there's sun valley idaho. And i think this places nearby but it's become like a destination for hollywood types for like second homes like i think dennis miller had a place there. I think tom brady has gone up there before. Although he's got a place in montana too so but has become one of those areas. And bob ross was there and he always sort of liked painting and he would do like the like the pains. You've become familiar with but he was watching this guy. His name is bill. Alexander.

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Measure J approved by Los Angeles County voters

Morning Edition

06:38 min | 11 months ago

Measure J approved by Los Angeles County voters

"Since the official election day, but L. A county is moving ahead quickly with while the ballot measures approved by local voters measure J. It requires that at least 10% of Lake County's unrestricted general funds about $350 million a year, right now be spent on housing mental health treatment. And alternatives to incarceration, the goal to reduce recidivism and help trouble people through treatment rather than the jail system. Tomorrow, the county Board of Supervisors is expected to discuss setting up a measure J Advisory committee. Joining us now to talk about where things go from here is Isaac Brian, executive director of the Black Policy Project and co chair of the re Imagine L. A County group. Ah, coalition that supported Measure J. Good morning. Good morning. Shane is going to be so good to have you here now. Ah, lot of people whose introduction to measure J was on their sample ballot may have thought that it came out of the recent rallies. We saw the spring over issues like Racial justice. But this is not a new idea. Very briefly. How far does the concept behind measure J go back when it comes to L. A county? When did this idea sort of first start percolating? Absolutely and Albert is a combination of both. So from the last decade we have been organizing against the size and scope of our jail system, one of the largest jail system in the world. It's also the largest mental health provider on the West Coast. And instead of thinking about treatment and care, we often cycle folks who need support to our county jail system. And so here in Los Angeles County of the last two years Set up a civilian oversight commission to oversee the sheriff's department. We set up an office of diversion reentry. We cancel the contract to build two new jail facilities in the last couple of years, and instead we launched in alternatives to incarceration Work group. Explored very deeply. What a continuum of care might look like should look like in. That work group was chaired by Dr Bob Ross, the California endowment and teaching both community voices and system stakeholders. That report was submitted to the board. In February. There's a lot of groundwork that led up to this moment, but the the unrest of this year of this spring and into the summer definitely spurred this To action. I think the foundation was laid. But that was kind of like the catalyst that let us know that this is the moment we have to push. And if you saw your sample ballot, you saw Patrice Cullors as one of the signatories as well as myself. Patrice is one of the co founders of Black lives matter. And so there's a lot of overlap between the lethal encounters we saw earlier this year and and how this ultimately came to be. Under measure J. What kind of programs will be eligible for funding? And who specifically? Will those programs try to help Are you looking at, you know, say young people trying to target young people specifically before they might get into trouble with the law? Something like that. Absolutely so pending the board's approval of ah of emotion tomorrow that would establish an advisor group to really oversee this process. There are a lot of buckets of eligibility, including mental health support behavior. How support Job training and placement, affordable housing, but also used development is critical. Right now we spend $280,000 per year per young person to incarcerate them here in Los Angeles County. We cage then Children right here at home, and we do it in a very expensive, right. Part of measure J will be looking at ways that we can provide opportunity supported development for young people outside of the juvenile halls in camps and in a way that produces healthy and thriving outcomes. What I can tell you is that there are some agencies that are prohibited. I'm using Measure J funding, and that is the Sheriff's Department, the district attorney's office, the cords or the probation Department. This is CareFirst valid initiative, and it's got to be rooted in structures of opportunity. What kind of groups are going to be behind the program's applying for measure J funding? Are these going to be government programs? Are we talking about like local nonprofits saying, Hey, we got what we think is a great idea to put. I don't know a a shelter or an after school program into effect in this part of the community. I think you'll see a mixed method approach their awesome county agencies and programs that are working incredibly effectively that need to be scaled up on specifically thinking of the office of Diversion and Retentions Transitional housing model. Which has slashed recidivism rate and proven much better outcomes than anything in the sheriff's Department of the Carcel system is done. We need to scale of all of those county infrastructures and behavior, health, mental health and have the support that we know are working, but also A new way of life. The entire city of coalition and others have shown community based reentry models that are working incredibly well. There's a lot of use development models as well. So I think we need to be thinking holistically. About where these phones Khun go because it's all about producing the best outcome for our communities. And if the government has structures in place to do that, we need to support that. This community has structure in place that air doing that that we definitely would support that as well. We need to be thinking holistically about this. Who's going to decide who gets the money. And who doesn't? Is it going to be all county leaders? Or you going to see members of the community involved in making those decisions as well? And a measure called for transparency and accountability and community representation. And I think the board of Supervisors, who are ultimately tasked with drafting the implementation process for this are very aware that community representation has to be at the table. There's ballot measure was put on by the people. Up specifically people who have been most impacted by our systems of Harmon. They should also have a seat at this decision making table and it's my intention that the Board of Supervisors intention to make sure that table is inclusive and has all the stakeholders. Who have a vested interest in this process. So are we talking about like, I don't know. Mental health professionals or community leaders or people who help to provide services to young kids. Are we talking about that? that? They They could could be be serving serving on on this this advisory advisory committee committee and and saying saying to to the the soups soups no, no, none none up. up. You You gotta gotta put put money money over over here. here. This This is is where where we we really really need need it. it. They They could could I I be. be. I I would would encourage encourage everyone everyone to to look look at at the the motion motion That's That's coming tomorrow. From what I've heard. There's a 17 Person Advisory committee with Five dedicated for community representation, five dedicated for those who work in insisting with Karen opportunity within the county, Already a couple of suits for labor organizations that are going to be impacted by The movement of funds in this way and really just trying to make sure that this table as all of the voices of the folks who need to be added the only voices who won't be added of those who are ineligible for Measure J Fund. Isaac Brian is executive director of the Black Policy Project. Thanks so much for joining us this morning. Really good to have you Thank you for having me. You're listening to morning

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"bob ross" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

09:01 min | 1 year ago

"bob ross" Discussed on OnEducation

"On our feeds. We don't have to get super. It's. It's like you don't have to do the rage machine activate. and. would. Get, Microsoft paint. Weapon of choice MS paint. Big reports. It's just over the top. I love that uses Microsoft paint too. Take. xactly exam. You know we saw a little bit of this in the spring but I think I I've seen it seen stuff like this a couple of times already whether it's the kid putting up a poster of himself in front of zoom camera and then sleeping behind the poster. which is so funny or or this this article on on the verge. which is a student who figured out how to figured I. Figured out that his high school teacher was using a software program to great things so even reading. You know gusting the the the content that their child the child was was creating. And then learn how to game the algorithm in order to. Grades By. Determining, the proper words that the system was looking for to indicate that you knew what was going on in whatever it is that you were reading and then you know just word salad they actually refer to it as a word salad it's totally these words. You know it's funny in the image in in the article at the very bottom, there's like two sentences and then the the very last line is profit diversity. Spain. Gaul China India Africa. Like. Bailed it. It's so funny like. There there are. There are situations I totally think this is one of them where you have to give kids credit absolutely more for just like not only throw in their teachers under the bus but like being so. Smart to figure out what the Hell's going on and play it. It's so funny. Yes. So some of these auto graded. In this. In this case, it's genuity. It's a website, a whole curriculum basically that you can you can use either for e learning or distance or use it actually in your classroom is actually. Scanning the contents of A. Open response question which. Already right there. It's like there's not going to be good, but then it actually evaluates the contents in their get assigns it a great you know and so this kid I thought it was a it would have been something that would have happened. Could have happened to easily to our kids where they feel dejected where you you in the missing a couple and you get seventy percent year at a C. already in your like what would just happen the way I can ever get an a. in the class and again just assigning signing that point value to that learning instead of just actually showing the learning and then having this A. Read through that. But the best part was what you just described not only do they give the answers but they? Let's pull every key word. From the reading and just put it right at the end with the word salad and. Then make sure that it actually gives us the one hundred percent and they took good snippets of this and. I think the twitter comet was. ALGORITHM UPDATE HE CRACKED IT Glenn Glenn. There's also some solid nuggets of life lessons in this article. and. I know there there are some. Listeners who are like pre service teachers. So yes, you know friends you still have some tests in your future some essays to right listen life lesson for Mine Education to to you. Any. Good cheater doesn't aim for a perfect score. You gotta go faster. Cheaper sets. Got It you WANNA get on a roll, but you don't want to be perfect because you. Red. Flags. Just like you know ninety to. Ninety two. Sometimes goals and get. A really good grade. And it won't raise any red flags you'll look wicked smart and. and. You know. So any life lessons friend that's you know you come for the deep educational content and you stay to learn how to cheat So that's the service that we offer here. On Vacation The bit classroom is back in. back in our. Zeitgeist. I guess and You know it's funny because it got brought up by LIZ conversation. So. So you know I didn't I haven't read this article because I just don't care anymore in my my heart is dark. For the Bit Moti Classroom, I've just I'm just done. Many things, and this is the thing I've done with the most. Utopia weighs in on the. Education has wade into it. And then they basically are laying out the conversation that we had last week Mike we're playing both sides of the coversation. I think if you just listen, we didn't even prompt her. We thought it was awesome as you brought it up we didn't. We didn't say anything about it with even ask a question, but she brought up the Boji classroom just as far as working with pre service teachers and you'll have to listen to what what she thinks about it as. As far as what her opinion is, but it's it it is interesting that this conversation has has. Continued, and it'd be interesting to see where like when it just dies off and we should we should make a little note. You know this was the day. That's bit Mogi classroom was still very hot in the. In, the eyes of the education of news world and then it'll just slowly off and we wouldn't even know what what what were. We even concerned about why we're even talking about this in the end do this if you want again like this is like I don't give a damn. Make your. Classroom, but please. Please, do not go and ask your instructional coach. Your Tech leads your technology integration specialists. For Help No. It's a waste of their time. Save so many other things to do including not dying. That would be good. Right Don't bother them with the bit Mogi Clinton do it if you want. By. You know I saw where do we see? That a district made people come to like a Oh. Yeah. A training. Element session and I'm like. This is that's when the jump the shark. Like, it's just. Know. What a waste of everybody's time don't we have way more important things to do. Than talk about how to make like bit Mogi like fancy. I don't know what this is. This is graphic design that is total graphic design. That's. it's all it is and. Why this matters? Yeah. It's fine if you're into it and that's kind of like what you do. You know as it if fill some void or whatever it might be her something where you're like Oh, this is cool I actually have been joying this time spending this fantastic. Don't let it get in the way though of the teaching and learning number. One. Don't expect someone to teach you how to do this. Do It do it like you're watching Bob Ross? Right I go just to. Look. At this full circle I circle right this restart and we end with Bob Ross. There's no better way to do it listen do it if you want just don't bother glen with it. Please He's guy he's got away bigger things to do with its teach. You probably wouldn't know how to do it. anyways. Here's and bothered. Could Go Watch Bob Ross. When we come back, we're going to talk to Liz kkob and the emoji classrooms. GonNa come up again. So stay.

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"bob ross" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"bob ross" Discussed on OnEducation

"The best ways to teach face to face and virtually at the same time whether Mr Rogers and Bob Ross some of the greatest teachers of all time and our guest. This week is author and professor Liz cold. I love Bob Ross. I. Know He. Said off area he so it's so mesmerizing. I. We have our kids. I clicked on it to it's actually if you were going to watch something with your family or whatever it might be to kind of calm everyone down before you get ed before you go to bed. That's it. Exactly why I watch it. And in the context that I, watch it and. Always. Almost, always watching it later at night just to kind of relax calm down. It's exactly what I watch it. Now I am like the least calm person. In the world. So you can I watch a lot of Bob Ross what I'm saying? so He's helping, it's helping out though. Else's much as a kid I was amazed at the end. Mike. Though like the beginning of the thing is this Palette or usually white or whatever one solid color. And then we'll clear at the end you're just like. My God how the Hell did you do that? I mean. It's like here here. You know and he doesn't. It's not most of the time he is giving. He's he's giving the the audience permission to do their own thing too. So it's not like he's very super technical or whatever may be just talking it through whatever might be of got their amazing happy little trees. Yes. So Great. Friends we need your help. Yes. we are trying to get the attention of Lin Manuel Miranda We WanNa Talk Hamilton on the PODCAST WE WANNA talk about Hamilton in educational context on the PODCAST and we WANNA talk to Lin Manuel Miranda which is a very hard get obviously. So let's say if anyone's listening and has any sort of like I know a guy who knows a guy knows a guy sort of thing. You know help us out hook us. Up Yeah. And you know. tweeting. About it police re tweet those tweets so that he gets So we we're GONNA, try to get his attention there. Someone's attention WE'RE GONNA try to go through the normal ways you you have people on podcasts like pr people in publicists and stuff like that. Bite. We just need some help friends. We have I have a target list. That's that's just one of them. That's the biggest one. Give us on the target list. Yeah. I would love to talk to him Buddha judge yes. That's that is the that is someone I've actually wanted to talk about for for Glenn would know for at least a year since since we kind of met him since the world met him you know when when Mayor Pete ran for President Chess Oh, chazan is Pete Bridges Husband. and. He was a teacher I think still is a teacher. Book. So the book is not even out yet I don't think. So it's perfect timing with you of it come on a podcast. So. Also. I'm actually, I actually might know a guy who knows a guy for chest and Buddha judge believe it or not so. I'm I'm working multiple angles on that one. But if if if you know a guy who knows a Knows a guy or girl you know what you know what? I'm saying. Let us know because that's another one You. Know we've we've done like the other stuff that you know the other longshots like send a we sent a message to the Biden press team to see if you can get Joe Biden on the podcasts that's not GonNa happen but you know. We tried to get any Klobuchar on. We could still try you know somebody there's a lot of Minnesota listeners. Here we have. Somebody someone who knows the senator we ribbon and also. How could there not be? I would be actually stunned if someone does not know someone in the office of in the like a local office for Amy Klobuchar. So come on people. Let's. Let's get it together. Let's do this for the team. So we are about to start school in. Southern. Ontario. The first day of school is tomorrow. Today's Labor, day Monday. So school starts for a lot of kids tomorrow. My son Isaac is in grade seven starts class on Thursday they were doing a bit of a staggered start Jacob starts kindergarten this week Cheryl's back at work tomorrow so That's how. She actually though she did get. She. Did lose her her kindergarten slot because they did. We thought they were GONNA. Do they collapsed classes all all across the province so she she's not teaching kindergarten this year she's teaching Special Ed and. Good landing time which I mean she's a twelve year kindergarten teacher So I mean it's it's a little bit of a weird. You know. Yes. You're looking trying to look at it as an opportunity because I, think I think it should be viewed that way especially because of the lines with some of her more recent interests. So thinking of it as an opportune but we came across a really interesting resource earlier today that was so good that I just wanted to make sure it was in the show notes to four today this This group called responsive classroom has written.

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Maryland police chief resigns after reports of discrimination within department

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Maryland police chief resigns after reports of discrimination within department

"Four prince George's county police chief Hank Stawinski resigns following a scathing report outlining complaints of discrimination and retaliation within the police department's more from WTOP's Kate Ryan prince George's county police chief Hank Stawinski resigned hours after the ACLU of Maryland released in ninety four page report alleging dozens of incidents of racist conduct by white officers the same reports said that when black officers complained of racism within the department they suffered retaliation Bob Ross with the prince George's county chapter of the N. double ACP said his organization had called for a no confidence vote against storing ski who is white prince George's county executive Angela also Brooks issued this statement announcing Stravinsky's resignation effective immediately Kate Ryan W. T. G. O. P. news and I'm Michelle bash the report supports a lawsuit filed on behalf of thirteen officers of color prince George's county police lieutenant Sonya's Allah coffer is one of them I think your report was able to gather understanding of the police department and provide a clear understanding of the unfair practices under chief Kaminski she believes the chief's resignation was coming because she and others were asking for change for so long and nothing was done we want to see equity fairness unbiased policing and genuine transparency Michelle bass WTOP news also Brooks is holding a news conference tomorrow at noon about there's the ACLU also releasing a report that says DC police disproportionately targeted targets African Americans when they stop people on the streets we are still awaiting a response from DC

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"bob ross" Discussed on Craft Hangout

Craft Hangout

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"bob ross" Discussed on Craft Hangout

"Myself some not really screen toning. It's When I was younger I I ran a web comic and I was. Oh Zippo tone or a sticker with drain. Dashon Avenue yes I was. I was very proud of the fact that I did all my own. Handling of screen tones and using special like sander racers to like make certain effects and all of that. I was super into it and yes I was like. There's no way she's talking. About Zippo tone and then you started talking about comics and I was like Oh. She's talking about Sipa tone we I have. I have one question. I feel like I feel like our listeners are going to be mad if we don't at least address the hair. So Bob as you mentioned had a signature hairstyle. So we've like. We've heard through the grapevine that at one point he wanted to change his hair and then he wasn't allowed to change his hair. It can you set the record straight? What's up with the hair? Yes Bob Started. Permit his hair After he left the army and he was a traveling art instructor. You did it because he thought it would save money so that instead of having to get haircuts all the time you can just permits hair every once in a while and save a few dollars while he was on the road and unfortunately for him when he started filming the joy of painting he still had permed hair. He was still trying to save money. He started filming the joy of painting kind of by accident. He was trying to film a commercial and he the hair iconic it ended up being on his logo it ended up being on all contains and it got to a point where he thought why. I'm I'm doing all right now. I don't think I have to keep coming my hair anymore and was no. That's that's you. That's Bob Ross. Can't get rid of this. And he kept it. He kept a gone to moving. Thank you for setting the record straight. We knew there was some kind of this regular originally a blonde. They died near black. What what the Elvis Presley estate though and find out if that's true right so that's everybody that's allegedly. We have no idea. It's Kinda Cool Bob. Elvis cats cool cat all right. Well Sarah thank you so much for hanging with us. And lastly but most importantly where can people find you the best place to finest is to go to? Www dot Bob Ross dot com and from there you can find Oliver Social Media. You can also find Bob. Ross Line of paint products. If you WANNA get shot and try to discover the joy painting for yourself. Amazing all right. Sarah thank you so much. We really appreciate you carving out the time. We know that you're busy. Keeping all the happy little accidents in the happy little trees in check so I guess. Stay crafty.

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"bob ross" Discussed on Craft Hangout

Craft Hangout

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"bob ross" Discussed on Craft Hangout

"I mean I think the point is Bob Ross. Just seems like someone we all want to hang out with? I agree that's all soapy are keeping our doors open. Ladies that makes sense. That makes sense. So Bob was really into landscapes how important you think nature is an art. I mean Bob says you should paint. What makes you happy and that for him? Painting landscapes in painting nature is what made him happy and he mentioned sometimes episodes about how he tried doing portrait or different kinds and it just. It didn't bring him joy so I think in general I think people should paint. What makes them happy? But in terms of the importance of nature. General in our. I think it's important to even know if necessary to see paintings of nature but to use your own art craft whether it's painting or drawing to create some scenes of nature. Because I think when you start painting if you start the Bob Ross technique if you start drawing trees you start really paying attention to landscapes. It makes it so that you're suddenly aware of nature and you feel more connected to nature. I think even if you just watch an episode of Bob Ross the joy of painting. You kind of start noticing more like. Oh that shadow on that tree is really pretty or wow look at the sky. It's amazing and I think using art to connect yourself back to nature and appreciate nature. Again is a really great way to enact yourself to the world around you addict. That's very important cool guys. I'm just going to say I'm sitting here with a Bob Ross bobblehead from Barbara and I just. I'm giving it to. My friend is a gift tomorrow because she loves Bob and I found this and I was like I gotta get it. Get it to talk..

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"bob ross" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"bob ross" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Bob Ross painting class yeah we are going to follow a certain video Joe and his girlfriend were doing this at home they had Bob Ross on the TV and they will get the majority rolling hills so I'm going to painting class tonight with my sister and we're gonna begin teaches how to do the Bob Ross way I do want to stir I can see is the IBM bring your own now are you I will be breaking it are you artsy no I mean I feel like I can be creative but I am not are to my sister's very towns and my sister and that are very artsy they paint they like to do sculptures once up and then now are you left handed now I'm right handed is your sister left and now she's not to bother all right handed you gonna take credit I no idea being left handed the same it's it's a thing when you're can our garden center staff yeah I think everyone's left and we can't here's is left handed because I start doing some of the answer you left and she goes yeah I'm well throws me off when you guys are writing or something it always doesn't like pets but the weird thing about left uses that nobody there's doesn't seem like there is very many true lefties where they do everything left to use right left handed no right throw right because some of the guys back there it's like you know they're left handed but then they they like that left handed and throw right handed it's like we're just a bunch of sugared up enough dominant or if you were to shoot would you get a better site pattern off of your left eye see your life so I am left here I just saw it on yeah interesting yeah celebrities yeah so weird as we are live in a right hand world give trouble scissors ever well this is the reason I do actually you know what I'm okay with I mean I can like I mean there's some good things I mean I am I can hammer with either hand them is like no one was hurt in that when I went to college I took a handball class and course you have to be able to get up on both walls like racquetball right I learned how to throw with my left hand and that that change I mean once you learn how to throw whether it's underhanded whatever you say okay I can't throw my left in I can't throw general my right you can throw you really you could learn real well you got a yeah yet just wing it now but I used to say throw like a times nine gonna say that but you can't say that I am more young man it's a sensitive world but you you didn't throw with maturity there you go you did not throw with command you just sort of threw he's gonna get us in trouble I'm pretty sure.

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"bob ross" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"bob ross" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"The whole something's wrong with that guy I when the first the first Bluetooth headsets came out back in the nineties and it was the person Bluetooth that has happened week clouds we remind you a little bit he's Kinda that seething Bob Ross besides just makes me some Bob Ross advisor now it's going to be fun I want to focus on the beginners and help people get started because quite frankly oh do call for help and I had a bill them for my expenses and and we see it was an I'd have to make every month the end of the month I have to fire me.

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"bob ross" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"bob ross" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Yeah they're up there I bought mine I want the Bob Ross. really bad there's another surprising one too it's such a return to to be culturally relevant I'll tell you about him except to lose. there's no. she soon moved. there's no. give me. and then you. so. when you love John one oh three five of them Chicago number one hit music station Fred.

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The world might be mad at Facebook, but advertisers still love it

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:48 min | 2 years ago

The world might be mad at Facebook, but advertisers still love it

"The. The world might be mad at Facebook. But advertisers, still love it from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. You or people, you know, might have quit Facebook over the last year, or so, but you know, who hasn't left advertisers. Facebook is still the second biggest digital ad platform in the world just behind Google. And in twenty eighteen a lot of us realized just how Facebook uses our posts are connections photos location. The quizzes we take to help advertisers target us. But there have been changes the past year brought the Cambridge Analytica scandal new privacy rules in Europe and days of Facebook getting yelled at by congress. Now, the company says it's trying to clean up and streamline what it calls the data supply chain where the data comes from who gets access to it. And how it gets used? Mark Rabkin is vice president of ads and business platform at Facebook. I spoke to him at the yes in Las Vegas. Basically. We wanted to make sure that advertisers know and take responsibility for the data they use for targeting on Facebook. So. So instead of allowing advertisers to get data from certain third parties, we add advertisers only bring data to us that they have directly. And this helps us make sure that the advertiser has a clear privacy policy that they are managing data with their own customers. And we wanted to make sure that we can offer much better transparency and control to people. And for that we need to know where the data came from can they then combine their own data with your data though to target on Facebook. I mean, what access do they have to the data that I am contributing to Facebook user, so all ads for instance, that run on Facebook can utilize Facebook data, but they do so in a privacy. Safeway where that data never leaves the Facebook walls. Basically the advertiser can say here's my best customers. I'd love for you to deliver that to them. And then from that list of customers, we use our data to pick and choose what time of day who in what moment to make those ads more relevant and more exciting to people, but the data doesn't really flow back and forth that much I think that is a misconception then. Yeah. Because I mean, you know, Facebook often says truthfully, we don't sell data. But I think there is a sense that advertisers who use the platform can then take that data that they get from profiles and go off and use it in future targeting. Yeah. Absolutely. Not an in fact, we have every system designed from the ground up to make sure that doesn't happen. My prediction is that by the end of this year compared to last year. People actually have a lot more comfort with data use online because they will be more aware of it. It will be less. New and surprising surprises are always little scary. I think every business right now is trying to form a really clear data strategy. Gee that will take him into twenty nine hundred and beyond. Mark Rabkin is vice president of ads and business platform at Facebook tomorrow. We'll talk with him about the next frontier for ads stories, especially the ones on Instagram. And now for some related links one of the ways that gets information about you. In addition to what you do on Facebook is by tracking some of your movements across the web using little trackers called cookies, if you're logged into Facebook, and you visit a site that has a Facebook like button or button to share a story on Facebook. Then Facebook knows you visited that site and it gets information from the cookie about what you did there. It adds it all to this little virtual picture of who you are. And that's the picture that advertisers can use to target you make sense. And then, of course, based its information about what you do on Instagram, and what's up and throws that on the pile to. It's all just filling in the details in your virtual profile a little Bob Ross painting one click or post at a time. All this information is what makes Facebook's targeting tool so precise same with Google. But now German regulators are trying to clamp down on this hose, according to a German newspaper report, Monday says Germany's Federal Cartel Office will ban face both from collecting information from third parties that is those other websites you visit and that the country will also introduce regulation to prevent what's app and Instagram from sharing information to and if that happens in Germany it could cascade to the European Union which might contemplate similar rules. And then that Bob Ross painting might start to look a little more like a sketch and that could turn advertisers off in the long run. I'm Molly would and that's marketplace tech. This is APN. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed when it comes to hiring. 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"bob ross" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"bob ross" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"On the wheel and i'm going to put your dismembered body up into a cage for all to see the oh that sounds what was i disagree with me right yeah i think people fall asleep while they paint yeah no you can't you're so concentrated it's exhausting bro i don't think so most people paint nudes you're aroused the whole time yeah that's wait the painter or the model everyone this is just charged electric charge of arousal yeah i've never been in a room like that where they're like we're bringing in a naked yeah that's that's fancy heart school that is fancy art school not for not not for utah twitch chat has a lot to say about this first off that they are saying this is from the grill on twitch says an og bob ross painting is worth like twenty five k yeah i believe that even more because of his legacy is also a bob ross twitch channel that's what makes midi is saying people saying this alternative facts to says 'i legit use his stream to sleep sometimes and yeah it's a proven concept that's why they made the app they've got a real money making and works yeah so i'll according to you gore famous he brought painting into the mainstream that's true yes you know bob ross also could have been the leader of a cult don't you think he would have been good coleader already has a colt but it's for art painting harmless art colt easily could have started a colt taking them down to a compound guatemala and set something up there can add a little.

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"bob ross" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"bob ross" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"He looks like if you see a picture of him he looked like that could be the mugshot of the zodiac killer right there yeah okay destroyed hair i know who are saying that you think he's the zodiac no i don't i don't looks a little bit he could fill that he fits like the unabomber look a little bit more he's he had an idea that he could save money on haircuts so he let his hair grow and got a perm and decided he would never need a haircut again that's the thinking behind that hair now these stories that bob ross is going to be reading to you where are they getting them from it they just ripped from the tv show or did he do an audio book tyson do we know that would be money yeah yeah i like that what is he reading audio books i thought he was just painting here let me see if i can play this okay that time stories harry comes i'm bob ross and i'd like to welcome you to series thirty one joyous extend a person sleepy paint along with the chill been with us before thank you for inviting us back for another series ties do you think anybody ever fell asleep painting wait what i thought that would be imagine you're like painting away and then like you does off you ruined the whole pain yeah knock the thing over get paint everywhere i really that would be a nightmare the thing about bob ross is voice is that if he used that void voice describe to me how he was going to take my body apart with pliers and blow torches i think i'd be pretty calm oh i'm going to remove your fingernails using this man and then i'm going to burn off your eyebrows with this blowtorch i'd be like i'm getting sleepy dude what are we talking about her then i'm gonna quarter your hind.

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"bob ross" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"bob ross" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"The dennis quaid one that's where the will arnett one show dogs got seventeen percent right medo that's too high that's you hi i agree i think that's too high we need okay jay on rotten tomatoes ones one something goes below the ten percent threshold just like i think show dogs we'll eventually get their one gets below ten percent that we immediately landed and then go see that movie i agree anything in the single digits is a must see for us okay let's get to our top story at this hour and we need to talk about a app that has been released for people that are having an issue is sleeping now this is perfect for you danny because now there is a new app that is going to use the the soothing sounds of the late great bob ross to help you sleep how about that danny that actually sounds fantastic the idea of listening to bob ross as i slowly pass from wake to sleep it's just a dream come true it's better than listening to my wife tap away on her phone let's see if i can get dented to fall asleep right now we'll we'll just straw happy little tree over here and and then it's nice seriously i could probably go to sleep the happy trees i love the happy trees the happy trees had had some some kind of magic where he would just touch the canvas with his paintbrush and things would appear yeah you're like what is he painting nothing and then all of a sudden you're like it's an entire land like you're making a mess bob russia rooney that perfectly head white addict too much to opera lawyer ahead then all of a sudden you'd pull back it'd be like that is a masterpiece i mean were they masterpieces with any bob ross painting like if you had.

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"bob ross" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

$hit Could Be Worse

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"bob ross" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

"Here's the bob ross straight up straight up i heard this bob ross hated his afro okay only did it because everybody liked it another thing i heard was fob ross that's great bob ross also heard like the drugs a lot now he's slowed no take any ration bob ross some pcp barbara's bob ross pcp k you don't wanna fuck with that a man on with the afro pcp he will fucking kick the shit out just see like he's he wanted we'll we'll face position and semi pro that's all he wanted one the photos that popped up when i would mr rogers tattoos not seeing anything that's different you don't look at the pictures just trust me it's true knows it i don't really know about the tattoos by knew he was in the army or something maybe kicking ass see i'm a little bias because i personally know his ex wife barb so in my brain i feel like mr rogers could fuck him up but he tags in barb barb is a psycho she'll fucking just bite a chunk out of his neck and just go crate butt ass naked just like kill him i he's got barbone aside he's got bargain aside i i don't know like for some it's the quiet ones you have to worry about quiet they're both quiet so they could just start out and just start a shit talk and each other hey friend i don't quite like your hips training he's like listen guy.

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