18 Burst results for "Borodin"

"borodin" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:14 min | 4 months ago

"borodin" Discussed on WTOP

"At a ceasefire to create a humanitarian corridor in Ukraine collapsed amid the ongoing shelling there Ukrainian scrambled to gather groceries in mariupol as the sound of shelling echoed behind them The failure of the temporary ceasefire in mariupol and bol navaja has left many desperate and disappointed When did Ukrainian soldiers Fiat a slav borodin was hoping talks would work as he watched parts of mariupol blow up in smoke from his hospital window I had big expectations on that negotiation on the first round and the second I hope they will agree regarding something Moscow has tightened its grip on the war battered country's strategic seacoast Bus and foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has blamed the failure of the ceasefire on Ukrainian lack of cooperation whilst Ukrainian officials have blamed Russia for continuing the shelling whilst many were preparing to flee in safety And that is AP correspondent Karen Chammas reporting That was a Russian charter flight you saw Delos this afternoon took off from St. Petersburg and landed there today had to avoid European and Canadian airspace though it's there to pick up Russian diplomats who were expelled this week all accused of being spies The U.S. Europe and Canada closing their airspace to Russian planes following the invasion of Ukraine the tartar had to be approved by the State Department and there is another virus getting attention in D.C. This one being blamed on rats It's called hantavirus and a report released by the CDC has just outlined two cases of it in people in the district The cases are from 2018 and they involve a 30 year old man and a 37 year old man who became sick months apart The 30 year old was a maintenance worker with frequent rodent sightings at his workplace He developed what appeared to be a potentially fatal inflammatory syndrome The report says humans can become infected with the virus through exposure to rodent feces saliva or urine it adds that rodent overpopulation in D.C. is well documented John Aaron WTO P news And no more love letters in Oregon not what you think a federal judge they're blocking the love letters from prospective homebuyers Last year Oregon became the first state to pass a law preventing real estate agents from forwarding personal pictures to sellers those pitches are love letters often include a photo or videos as well as details about the client's life Critics said they promote it racism.

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"borodin" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

04:43 min | 11 months ago

"borodin" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

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Modest Mussorgsky: The Mighty Handful

Classics for Kids

05:24 min | 1 year ago

Modest Mussorgsky: The Mighty Handful

"Hello welcome to classics for Kids I'm Naomi Lewin. The mighty handful may sound like a rock band or a bad babysitting job and the mighty five may sound like a basketball team. But both of those were nicknames for a group of Nineteenth Century Russian composers interested in developing a Russian sound for classical music. Obviously, there were five of them. Mighty handful refers to five fingers. The ringleader of the mighty handful was mealy Bollock, a pianist and composer who wanted to promote nationalism in Russian music in music nationalism refers to a south. That's distinct Taylor country. Sometimes, that's done by using folk tunes, rhythms, or dance forms and a piece of music, but it can also mean including historical characters or legend from a region. While Akira, wrote an overture in which he put pieces of three Russian folk songs. Eventually Bala of became director of the Russian Court Orchestra. But for a while he quipped music and went to work for the Russian railroad in fact, every member of the mighty five held a nonmusical job at one time or another. Alexander Borodino was never a professional musician. He was a professor of chemistry. From the time he was a kid Borodino was very musical but he decided to study science instead he wound up founding the first Russian School of Medicine for women. After he met Bollock. The great cheerleader for Russian Music Borodino. Began composing. But since science and medicine took up most of his time, he didn't get a chance to finish very many pieces. One of the other members of the mighty hand full wound up putting Borodin's opera Prince Ebor into its final form, the man who cleaned up Laura Dean's music and music by quite a few other composers was Nikolai rimsky-korsakov. Rimouski. Korsakov was in the navy when he met up with Mealy, Bollock Kiro and decided that. Should be his life rimsky-korsakov quit the maybe to study composition after teaching himself to compose he wound up as a professor of composition at the new conservatory. In Saint Petersburg Russia rimsky-korsakov was great at orchestration knowing what instruments to assign to which lines of music in order to get the best sound. He finished a lot of pieces that some of his fellow Russians left unfinished and he also rearranged a lot of music some of which didn't necessarily rearranging. The. Last member of the mighty five was Cesar. Has An unusually UN Russian sounding last name because his father was French. In fact, he was a French military officer who decided to stay in Russia after being taken prisoner there while fighting with Napoleon's army. says. We started out in the military too but you guessed it after he met Mealy Bala. Cesar qe became a composer. Even, though he had no Russian ancestors, his mother was Lithuanian qe became a big champion of Russian music just like the other members of the mighty handful. There, you have the other for Russian composers who made up the mighty handful. Bella Kiev Alexander Barra Dean Cesar qe and Nikolai rimsky-korsakov. The fifth of course was this month's composer Modeste Ski. That's no Muss G. N. O., M. US. The GNOME. An m. e. from pictures at an exhibition by modest Mussorgsky's

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"borodin" Discussed on RIGHT NOW Podcast

RIGHT NOW Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"borodin" Discussed on RIGHT NOW Podcast

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"borodin" Discussed on Phil's Philosophies

Phil's Philosophies

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"borodin" Discussed on Phil's Philosophies

"Although it was, it was like a snapshot of a season in life and. I still. I listened back and I cringe not. Like screens, like wow I. I would not say that right now. But at the time. I just was so. Eager and excited and passionate. I've man like in the ideas that I had they weren't filtered. I didn't have an an are I didn't have a label. I didn't have anybody I don't even know. If I was showing people that songs honestly like do you like this like now? I have a demo on my hey. What do you think about this in back? Then I probably just as like. In but that project to me. Was About Finishing something in it was about the journey of making an album for the first time and mixing it in having no idea why I kinda knew it was doing, but I didn't you know and that was the beauty of it and so? I've learned a lot since then, and I listen to music differently and I. Think an first album is always like there's something so special about it because they. They didn't know too much yet most of the time. So there are doing things that. You know now. They probably regret all my goodness. What was I thinking? But that never would have come out if I would wait till you know. All those ideas would have been thrown in the trash. You know, but it was a specific season in life and. Yeah I think after being in the industry for a while you start to I think too much now you know before it was like. He has cool man. Put this on the album man you know like. One. Thousand of them showed up at the front door through this makers and I was like what am I. GonNa do with these like I. Don't have any fans. Thousand CDs. And you know that was kind of. Playing coffee shops selling ten at a time here and there you know. I remember reading about that particular story on your blog. Actually definitely, that's gotta be a bit of a shock when somebody comes right in front of your door with a thousand CDs and it suddenly like Oh, this dream, this little and my basement working on an album. Oh! Guess. I should probably sell this thing now. So the first song that I ever heard from you was called move. It was on your twenty eleven album I believe. That's how the story ends, and sometimes I revisit it and I think about my own next move. So, what was the inspiration behind that song? yeah man. I was so there were multiple. Songwriting to me, it's about entry points, so you know. Different songs can have a different entry points so for that. The track. the I first started I was at the gym I remember like I don't know why but I was just at the gym and I know I was at the gym, but I don't know why this idea happened I was like. Staring at me asking what I'm GONNA do next. Do, next don't next. A heat. And then from that point, it's like when that happens. Like I'm sub consciously writing. I'm working for it, but there's this kind of flow. And I said at the house for hours and try to right, but. That particular idea for one. It had been. Two years since I had released now is not forever on Goatee. I had quite the journey of figuring out what to do. And I felt like there was a lot of expectations at that point from people. And I just just kind of writing out of that pressure. Like? Literally, okay, what are you going to do? You know in. The track actually I had this opportunity to do a writing session. With a guy name John Fields I. Think, but he did. He produce some really amazing records he actually produced switch foots beautiful. Beautiful letdown so like wow. I'm at the studio listening to some tracks that Jon Foreman Borodin from the original demo and I'm like. What is this, so? We had a day session and it wasn't normal for me to have that like all the songs that you you're hearing. Most of them were done. By their me programming in the studio in Nashville, so I haven't worked with a lot of big names. But that day I got to do a session with him and. We kinda just like banged out this track. He played the drums and programmed it, and it was the start of the idea and he was like so. What do you have an honest? I got this I i. wrote you at the Gym. He's like Hey, rapid you know, and so then I came home, and the song kind of developed and then the chorus. It just turned into this kind of universal message of you know speaking from like. Literal first person descriptive to pay like. We're all like we don't know our next move. You know it's fine. That's Kinda of the backstory on. Scott..

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"borodin" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

MTR Network Main Feed

11:19 min | 2 years ago

"borodin" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

"Five episode seven of legends up tomorrow. Mr Parker's cul de sac. Do you actually listen to the things that Mr Parker were singing and saw. Give me an example. Now it's the coldest is it was something like it's a circle that doesn't it was just something stupid bright and then when you get to the end when the motherfucker was drinking is after five corker. Kids are drinking almost like wait a minute. It's just ridiculous like it's towards this ship it was it was in Borodin mate. We're watching there like is is he..

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"borodin" Discussed on V103

V103

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"borodin" Discussed on V103

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"borodin" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"borodin" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"But I tell you, one thing is not going to get their family, because we're a family. Nobody can touch with that. And the biggest in. As strong as. Alumni. I mean, we're not, but one of the War I mean, nobody can take that away from us these people take it for granted. Because he's like me and Parthenon, right? I live maybe twenty minutes away from the partner. How many times I went there was forced to school to go like three times, and then I have my friends that come and visit, then they will not spend the whole day while I'm sitting at the cafe having coffee. You're Papa San waiting for them. You know what I mean something that you get every day you don't in, in Michigan? I don't know if I could say that in the, to me is the religion is really style of life, that nobody else can test say, Saturday is the holy day of obligation is unbelievable. I was in Slovakia about a week ago to, and it was, we're in this tiny little airport, and three the guys that I was gonna tripling the we're mission alumnis. Well, only aware Michigan backpack, hat or whatever we wear not ahead on your go blue. I don't know where, and it's not even an American speaking person knowing we'll go blue. It speaks you're Ross school, right guy. Right. Was not. No, no. I wasn't let Ellison international studies in economics and development. But I did a couple of miners that were at Ross, or, you know, other programs. But I mean he's smart Cuba is more like his mom, he's a lot more like his mom. Well, is that a company? Is that a compliment to Georgia? Hostile today. Perry's come into my neck today. I mean, well, it's every day who am I kidding? It's our love for each other news and you and sun and other stuff that ZIM Borodin hit made everybody that visit their offices and the football. I hit it for many, many alumni that coming back. Is there isn't whether illuminates coming back is the reason why? Okay. Now they were coming before. But as a wave right now and you guys created a wave okay? The door is always open or was welcome to listen to help, and we'll miss that for what we'll really have that. And you guys grow to back. I'll feel comfortable waiting twenty five minutes for somebody like, I'm going to be I- office to open the door for me and gimme a tag like you don't know why am I have to wait downstairs, you serve you guys. He's not even to sort of me. I'm not getting anything. How long Zemun you promised?.

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"borodin" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"borodin" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

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"borodin" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

05:51 min | 3 years ago

"borodin" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Well. Three. Oriental pizza. June of nineteen of twenty sixteen. The Los Angeles Times said the term oriental is outdated, but is it racist, and it says, no, it's not insulting while if the New York. More. So no. It's all right. Okay. Thank you. A lot of racist. Yeah. Thirty eight in the morning. Goodness gracious. Yes. Because it might be politically incorrect. We would want to do that. Say that war too. An Asian people. So far. Okay. Rick, or Richard or Jeff. Telephone. The US government. So, so. World War Two. So, so there was a. A thing going on where do they fit? Do they fit black or they fit white? Okay. No, I know what you're saying. So the government officially came out and said, Asians, were white or. Okay. So I'm going to. They weren't being segregated. I'll piggyback on a story. Thank you. Bye. Good friend of mine. A lot of people know him as a professional baseball player Korean okay? Retirement doesn't Greg. Heroes. You saw the pictures. Narrow. Say Mr. the did he play for the giant? Right. And hoosers pictures willy Willey may. So. Willie Mays at that time. He's still. Got lighter. Got you on that one because he was oriental or Korean. Got a commercial break here. Just. Right now that I have no responsibility for. So they didn't know put them together. What you're saying in World War Two because at some places were segregated right? Blacks and whites Asia's. No, you're, you're white, right? But they didn't. With. Didn't seem to work out. Isn't it off somehow our country? And, you know, for people to keep bringing up at such a racist country, we are furthest from it. If you go to other countries all my now, wait a minute. Here we. Yeah. That is ecumenical statement that has a lot of Borodin. Sweeping. Kept going to wipe them all out. Fifty grand? There's nobody nobody in this room could have spelled it wouldn't have gotten it. Very subjective. But there's no doubt about it. There is racism. So if we state that we've come so far, and that we've eliminated so much that gives you impression that still doesn't need to be done to repair areas where there is profound races. And the racism is not necessarily just geographical within the four walls of homes everywhere. And if we have a mindset that says, we can relax, we can step back, and we've moved so far. And we're not this to be honest with you. I think it's, it's more of a Sav than really the truth. Wow. I don't think I said that. Okay. I just said that we've come a long leading exactly who say that. We're not hundred percent. Okay. More countries are a heck of a lot worse than we are. We are more accepting. I wasn't getting into absolutely is still racist. That's without a doubt, if we're gonna talk globally. That's a very understood right statement. Very obvious statement master. But when we talk about our own country, we need to be more specific. That's all okay. That's. This is really good wine. It certainly is. Thank you. All right. Rick's not try it too many drugs. Wow, really. Three different things. Kind of insulted, probably not. At least a quarter of the bottle left. Over here. Take that break. Now. All right. Have you liked to jump in five to one eighty three eighty three? And if you don't understand, we'll be back in a moment. Real quick fam- up their game. If you're thinking about maybe a romantic night out with lava. Go ahead and enjoy the beautiful scenery of DC. You gotta take out the wavy free design their ships from the refinements in lighting and textures to the remodeled dancefloor and bar space bar and not to mention minimizing fuel consumption and emissions..

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"borodin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"borodin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"I think I better let it goes another TKO. It's grown folks news. I just got shields. Santa's teddy, man. Oh barbecue ribs. Teddy pentagram that the wet juicy barbecue ribs, not the try. Yeah. Fingers out new. Yeah. A lot of Brown liquor. You make an face. I don't like Brown liquor though. I saw you drink three old-fashioned Dan data do, but that's. Amy. Tale cocktail money Hennessy or crown Royal or Johnny Walker, you know that Brown liquors in an old fashioned. I do it's glimpsed, but it's been in sugar. Brown tequila, tequila talk. Kasit it. I don't think repa- silos consider Brown liquor you full taking dot com. Battaglia? Right. Well, it's Brown and it's liquor. So by definition is different. From about this stuff y'all during we were. We were go again. Yeah. Y'all drinks scotch and all. All right. I do too. I usually Borodin's good bullet just bullet neat Rier bourbon bourbon. Yeah. Both good run. All right, alcohol professionals overview. So I know we're going to do roll-call later on. I got a guy this weekend. And that said to me at one point I like how much you guys talk about drinking on the show. It was great. If he only knew many program job in. All right. Antonio Brown is a raider. They finally got it done. It. Look, Jon Gruden has done a lot of crazy stuff. And maybe this was just him backing into a good deal. But the raiders got a really good player and didn't have to give much to get it done a third in a fifth round pick to get him to come in. I mean that sounds like a huge win for Oakland. Very laid going out in a great player coming in. Yeah. But you gotta take it in and look at it for the full body of it. Now, it's a two year deal. Okay. They gave up a third and a fifth which is not a whole hell of a lot. When you trading for guy, the fifth round pick is a pick. That will make some teams when you go out of John gruden's, you know, a fifth round pick could make team the third round picks. Absolutely. You're going to make the team. Antonio Brown's there for two years, maybe three maybe Logan in that. But two years for sure because of the money, they gave him thirty million dollars guaranteed, which essentially is the same contract would a little kicker that he would have received from Pittsburgh, except the guarantee portion of it is really all that matters. Pittsburgh was no guarantees. So he wins the raiders get a player that they need at the receiver spot because they got rid of Amari Cooper. But they're not ready to win yet in because they're not ready to win yet. How much of a difference? Does that Tonio make if I'm gonna Pittsburgh Steelers though, I wouldn't have traded him in? I I to train them at all how to letting just sit out of just did that. Better than nothing. If he's not if he's not gonna play if he if he's going to pull a Levy on Bill and say, I'm not playing isn't something better than nothing. Yeah. But I'm not gonna allow him to force his way out. I'm now. A now I'm not talking like a player. Now. I'm talking like. Yeah. I I get a front office. Yeah. Them's is like those me. Because usually the ones that's doing always the number saying, I would have paid him the two and a half million dollars of March seventeenth in let him sit through training camp in find the heck out of him and get the two and a half million dollars back, and I'll just let him sit in every time they come in. I just find an interesting point, though, that's all when you look at Khalil Mack. And let me get to the free agent market at thirty two years old Khalil magnet Dhammika, sue and Tony Brown..

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"borodin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"borodin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"This is Rick Borodin alley on February sixteenth nineteen sixty-nine. My parents, Bob and Pat Borodin L stood at the doors of Barati anymore. And greeted droves of friends. They filed through our doors, celebrating the official opening of our funeral home. We were founded to embrace the highest standards of caring and compassionate funeral service. Santa Fe's change in many ways since nineteen sixty-nine, but our dedication to quality. And compassionate service has never changed variety. Nellie family funeral service. Always here. Always compassionate, always reliable. I'm Rick hunger. You've heard the screamers you've heard the Shouters the haters the raiders. Well, now, it's time to listen to a real conversation a rational conversation now it's time for the Rick on your show, weekdays from four to six PM on talk twelve sixty and one zero three seven KT RC and streaming at Santa Fe dot com. Do you work for the state of New Mexico? Government. Did you know Krumbach provides copiers printers to the state of New Mexico? Here are three reasons you should choose Krumbach for your next copier upgrade, I show copiers of the number one brand on the market winning buyers lab two thousand nineteen copier line of the year. That means a better experience for you. And everyone in your office. Second comebacker service team is known state wide for its care expertise, responsiveness, and dependability. We help make it easier for you to do your job and.

"borodin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"borodin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"February sixteenth nineteen sixty nine. My parents, Bob and Pat Borodin Ellie stood at the doors of Baroda Ellie mortuary and greeted droves of friends is they filed through our doors, celebrating the official opening of our funeral home. We were founded to embrace the highest standards of caring and compassionate funeral service. Santa Fe's change in many ways since one thousand nine hundred sixty nine but our dedication to quality. And compassionate service has never changed. Barati? Nellie family funeral service. Always here. Always compassionate, always reliable. Are you tired of overpaying for underwhelming plumbing, work, call the plumbing company when it comes to our team of service technicians? We only hire friendly experienced tradesman. We don't settle for subpar technicians. So you won't have to settle for subpar service with over forty years experience. We don't just do the work. We'll also walk you through the problem and give you a thorough understanding of what we did to fix it. Our prices are fair and transparent. And we're always on time. Find out why the plumbing company is rated five star. Across the board on homeadvisor and Angie's list. In fact, we're the highest rated plumbing company in the state of New Mexico. Go check for yourself. We challenge you to compare ratings to any other plumbing company in Santa Fe when it comes to plumbing, radiant heating in water treatment rest assured, the plumbing company has the solutions. Call us now at five zero five four seven now thirty thirty five zero five four seven thirty thirty the plumbing company prompt friendly professional soup to nuts. Four course meal appetizer entree side dishes with wine pairings, and of course, desert. We know how to order in a restaurant. But if you ask us how it's prepared. You'll probably just get a shrug. We know how to eat, but we leave the rest to the chef. Hi, I'm an Sperling owner vanguard resources right here in Santa Fe, think of me as your insurance. Chef I've created a simple to understand employee benefits menu for business owners. It's souped. Nuts menu, including all the ingredients and the impertinent definitions to educate the employer, I'm making the right employee benefit choice. So don't get overwhelmed by.

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"borodin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"borodin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Barati Ellie with Borodin Ellie funeral home. This year is we celebrate fifty years of quality service to our community. We continue to embrace the same ideals that my parents, Bob and Pat Borodin Elian instilled in our staff day, we opened our doors help families honor a life. Well, lived and Taylor services that he'll hearts of those left behind quality service. Insincere compassion remain constant goals variety. Nellie funeral home since nineteen sixty eight always here. Always compassionate, always reliable. That's the Borodin Ellie difference. Explorer story in transformation at the academy for the love of learning in our three workshop series the power in story. The series is open to all that recognize the capacity of story to enliven, and he'll and individuals looking to either bring story into their practice or expand their current story work the series guides. Participants through a personal and collaborative story journey and introduces best practices for sharing story in community in work settings. Participants will experience the series three intensive that engage with story through individual in group, work, creative, and somatic expression and internal inquiry. The first weekend workshop can be taken in either the first week of March or may learn more about workshop. Details registration and scholarships for those under age twenty eight by visiting our website at a love of learning dot org or calling five oh five nine nine five eighteen sixty. Into business matters from Santa Fe chamber of commerce every Saturday morning at eleven twelve sixty KTAR see one of three seven Santa Fe's news talk leader here from local business. People community leaders about what's going on in the business community from the.

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"borodin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"borodin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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"borodin" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"borodin" Discussed on TechStuff

"Frankie wanted more money for himself and eventually began to sell knockoffs of Berliners works while simultaneously bringing legal action much of its spurious in nature against both Berliner and Johnson the process eventually prevented Berliner from selling gramophones in the United States and nearly bankrupted. Both Berliner and Johnson in the process, and this was infuriating to them. I mean, they were the ones who had created this technology and now this salesman. They had worked with was claiming that they were the ones infringing on his patents, his ideas and his trade secrets, but in nineteen oh, one Johnson Berliner and some other entrepreneurs got together and founded a new consolidated company that took Berliners facilities and Johnson's manufacturing plants as the basis for the new organization, and this was the Victor talking machine company which incorporated on October third nineteen o one. So the Victor talking machine company was older than the Radio Corporation of America. That would not be born until nineteen nineteen but Sarnoff looked at the Victor talking machine company and thought this is a way I could sell more radios, I could take this company and take their product the the gramophone. Essentially, although they didn't call it that in the United States like they couldn't that. They started calling it things like the Victoria, those one that the Victor company made I can take that I can incorporate a radio into the design of those machines sell it as a new product and sell more radios this way, also just as a quick aside. The Victor trademark is one of the more famous ones in business history shows a dog specifically a FOX terrier sitting in front of a gramophone horn. And the dog's head is tilted slightly from a painting, titled his master's voice and the artist was Francis borrowed, and it was made in eighteen ninety nine the dog was named Nipper and once belonged to Borodin's nephew, Mark, Mark had tragically passed away. And then Francis sawn Nipper one day sitting near gramophone with his head cocked. And that led Francis. To wonder what the dog's reaction would be if they had happened to be playing a recording of. Of his old master, Mark speaking that was the expression for the painting. They tried selling the painting as a magazine illustration to no avail, and ultimately sold it to the gramophone company for the princely sum of one hundred pounds. Sterling Johnson got permission from the gramophone company to use it for his products under the Victor company and Berliner trademark the design at some point transferred that trademark over to the Victor company. The whole story is super fascinating. And I'm sure I'll devote a future episode to the Victor talking machine company. But for now, let's remember that it started in nineteen Ninety-one. And even though it grew out of an older company. And then would eventually get incorporated into our CA. I'll explain more in just a moment. But first, let's take another quick break to thank our sponsor..

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"borodin" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

10:10 min | 3 years ago

"borodin" Discussed on WJR 760

"The the last segment Dr Carol Kowalczek proceeded to tell us that she does not like the word diet. Carol. Yes, tell us again. Why don't you like the words at die in it? The. I mean like really that is a defeatist four letter word if I ever heard one, so it's like, I'm gonna die. It's you know. Die like as of. Off a little smaller or die to your old habit. I was just going to say I mean. I mean, when I think a diet, I think of rice cakes and celery and looking at the frying, and yeah, and depressed, I'm thinking nutritional aspiration. I sat. I agree. It's a cool little head of nutritional choices, healthy choices, you know. So so so Adrian we're going to pick your brain. How do we accomplish this so many people, although although although I have to tell you we had a family workout session. The other day a little fitness center by my house. And I thought I thought every treadmill was going to be used up every there were six people in the gym five of them were us. And it was it was January third, and I'm like my man risen years resolution. So all right. How do we accomplish the nutritional aspirations and the fitness we want? So the first thing I always tell people similar to what Claire was saying about her six categories is I do like to discuss what is your long term goal. Because that does help me decide. Okay. How strict do we need to be or how is it more of a relaxed conversation that we're having? But then I always break it down monthly and even weekly as well. So that's the first thing. Is you do have to break off in chunks because if you are looking to lose even thirty pounds that sounds exhausting. But if you say to yourself lose two pounds this week that sounds way more manageable, in my opinion, and then from nutritional aspect, sometimes it sounds kind of harsh. But I love to say the phrase that you can't treat yourself every day and expect to be healthy. You just can't. So some of it is kind of tough love to yourself in my opinion. But it's also looking at food differently. And I love the phrase that is what I'm about to eat going to nourish my body, or is it just sugar or is it just filling a boy or a habit in that case. Or is it truly nourishment that I really need because getting that mindset behind is what's alternately going to make this a lifestyle change, in my opinion. So what would you suggest a person who's been a couch potato not me? I just don't activities. Family workout. Yeah. And I actually lifted weights route. So thank you. I I've followed you. So take a couch potato to you know, what you tell them that hours week. Yeah. Honestly, the the one thing that I always tell people is just kind of depends on your therapeutic. And you also your confidence as well. But start at home, I know as we all discuss there's always things to do around the house. But for instance, and was talking about decluttering if your basement is downstairs and actually abasement use those stairs in those trips to be your cardio for that particular day if you need to so okay, I'm going to dedicate ten flights of stairs today. Spread throughout the entire day. It doesn't have to be within ten minutes. So I often tell people start at home just start doing something, especially if you're not used to doing something, I often kind of discouraged people that are let's say couch potatoes for lack of better word from signing up and going to a gym because that's oftentimes where there can be some of that psychology of it as Claire can discuss by the insecurities that you not want people to see me, and my workout clothes, and here's some of. Shame and guilt. So if you at least get something going at home squatting, while you're brushing your teeth as we've discussed many times, but that can hopefully start again a habit that you wanted then continue indefinitely so so both of you Claire agent. There's this twenty one day rule. I hear about that. If you do something for twenty one days, it's gonna stick. So does that change the habit? Yeah. So so is that like twenty one days straight or like this whole thing? So so I mean, how do you do that you guys with the twentieth? Absolutely. So so cognitively, I think it's really important for people to recognize the skill of cognitive reframing. So we behave the way we feel which is coming from the way, we think so how do you change the way you think about exercise, and so a lot of times we fall into that black and white thinking. So I always challenge my clients. It's important to know when you're doing that so away eight this for breakfast. So I have a cheat day ahead of me. Because of that black or white thinking, so I had a cookie for breakfast. And yet the powerful two words of and yet the rest of the day to make healthy choices for my body or my emotions so that cognitive reframing of learning to turn the boat around without just calling it a wash in all aspects, especially for physical health is important. And I absolutely agree with that a or a line that Africa a lot of my clients. Is you always have the opportunity to start fresh again. I really don't like it. When people are like, okay. Well, I messed up at breakfast. So okay. Who cares as a whole day's got? Absolutely. Not you should ideally have two more meals and snacks that you could do better at if breakfast was not so great. So as Claire was saying China refrain constantly not just once a day not just once a week, but almost every hour sometimes especially in the beginning. So that twenty one day rule doesn't necessarily need to be fitness east is a whole mindset of I'm going to get healthier and. Maybe you're working out two days a week. But nutritionally you're trying to make changes. And that would be that'd be cool. And then that way, you would look at this with excitement, and you've happy to be doing as opposed to being depressed and tight about it. And think I hate the idea, and I often encourage people to kind of take a few moments and kind of trying to figure out what it is about exercise or fitness that you really don't like, you know, because a lot of times I hear people say, well, I'm just not Jim person or I just I'm not an exercise person. So I encourage people our bodies were created to move. I mean, if we go way back hunter gatherer days, right? We actually like it. Exactly. So we're in that process, whether environmental socially where did we start to hate movement, which is what we were created partially what we were created to do. Because again as Claire was saying, if we don't crack that cognitive ability behind it, then we're never going to get farther in Dr Carol speaking of movement, you are a world dervish. You have got big news for us today. You've got another browse says, hey, I'm so excited. So the fourth office opened up on January seventh in Plymouth, and I'm excited to announce that we now have a west presence. So I've had many many patients coming from Wesland garden city, Novi an and and all of these Livonia, and I had so many doc saying, you know, can you please put something out there? So we do we now have a fourth office opposites on Haggerty road in Plymouth. And it's on the corner of anarchy Borodin Haggerty right off. I ninety six. And I seventy five so my associate Dr booties and Emily, my amazing. What am I missing PA's and myself will be out there? And also Claire I'm excited you'll be there for any kind of counseling session as well. So it'll it's going to be it's gonna be fun. It'll be a very busy year. Basically the same kind of like all the other off. Yes. Yes. So all four offices will have the opportunity for fertility counseling and probably in the next few couple months where working on the ability to do everything there that we're doing in the other three so semen analyses ultrasounds and seventy consults and and the like so very excited about it. And you know, definitely with the other offices in lake orient Bloomfield Township in Warren, I think we've covered a nice nice base to allow patients who want to see us to be able to. And my philosophy is always been we need to be available to patients. And so I've got the best best team in the world. I am very blessed to work with a group of of women. And our couple token guys that are part of our practice to to really provide the quality of care that fertility patients deserve. So. And we're we're coming out. To you. So that's what I'm very proud of my staff and remind our listeners your office setting you kind of want to make it a comfortable place to be a place where people almost feel like they're going to a spa instead of a doctor's office, so to speak well, all office had that feel so one of the things that was very important to my staff, and I is that every office no one wears white coats. It's not black and white and bear is not medical at all every office has a spa feel and our biggest compliment is patients will say, hey, can I stay for you deliver my baby and the like not having a baby and like a lot of years. So that want to drop that precious precious moment and precious cargo, but but we want patients to feel comfortable and the biggest compliment is they don't want to leave, and it is a spa feel, and and that's what is important is that I want patients when they come to these offices to know that you know, what just leave that stress at the door. It's our job to take care of you take care of all of you. And you're a big believer that health and fitness. Play a huge role in infertility. Absolutely. And and if you're not taking care of yourself. That's why we have the wellness center at based at Warren is that I believe in traditional complementary medicine together will enhance success rates. I mean, we have one of the highest success rates in Michigan. We have for years for age thirty five, and I think part of that has to do with with addressing not only the traditional medicine, but inviting Adrian and Claire to be part of the complementary in the natural medicine Adrian's important in making sure that their nutrition and fitness Claire their mental health, and I think that combination with a amazing staff.

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"borodin" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"borodin" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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