20 Burst results for "Bostian"

Jokic's 26 points, 22 rebounds rally Nuggets past Clippers

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 8 months ago

Jokic's 26 points, 22 rebounds rally Nuggets past Clippers

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"bostian" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

04:04 min | 11 months ago

"bostian" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"bostian" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"bostian" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"bostian" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"bostian" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"bostian" Discussed on Far Away Fan

Far Away Fan

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"bostian" Discussed on Far Away Fan

"How did you kind of Discovered all this. And are you interested in this kind of history. And i follow you. Football history answer argentina on beginnings. I think it was built of hammerstein of find out things now on iphone. The block with that story goes. I always tried to make connections find the convictions. About some entourage. And dina for example. The company the only english or british city to be on argentinian money yet how The twenty pixels bill. It costs hormonal dozens. On argentinian browser. Okay on he died into them. So born in one-sided died into them. Oh it's it's kind of a tricky here what it says it's gonna Their so called me see nursing in mind. I can see it. Is that one of the bigots discovers i made. I found it west. I win some elite so my team laid dale stadium. Some hunting back in june fifty six. I guess Silence one like one thing I have a program all day. I bought it on ebay. So i got it. It's one of my saints fresher There's another inch in between of hamdan and mateen what saints we have here none declares because we are bruh unread which drives both teams lost their stadiums to del west. In hama of com-combined they had to make any stadium because of the immediately glove with sitting bostian. All the stuff learned slate under the west night. I didn't know that. Never i i. I would love to so that saw that so it was like it's mall stadium and all students now they are house. Look place the houses and allen. Soloist their stadium. Biking ninety seventy nine because so the government. They took the stadium to make some ralph. Stay save then. They government saw it last july us supermarket so we have a new stadium..

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"bostian" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"bostian" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"It 64 games where it's 63. North George's news talk wdun. Roads are clearing up. We wind down the drive this look a traffic brought to you by good nutrition officials in Dawson County say they're clearing up that wreck on industrial Park Road just off of Lumpkin Campground, and that's been the only issue that we've had no roads lately. Overall drive times, looking normal for this time of the commute, and we're saying no delays on I 85 9 85, Georgia 400 Highway, 3 16 or Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. Protect yourself inside and out from viruses to mosquitoes. A good nutrition at 9 60 Dawsonville Highway in Gainesville. Or go to good nutrition web dot com for a store near you from the Access W D win. Hayes GMC Cadillac Traffic Center. I'm cable. Bostian's on the way If you're looking for a good ghost story, we'll tell you where to find one. And if you wanna live in a Scary home. We'll tell you where to find one of those as well right now. Business News from Fox. It's brought to your local Eban Treys. Ace Hardware. Thompson Bridge Road. Gainesville. It's 8 41 Timeless Clayman and this is the Fox Business Report. Chipmaker Advanced Microdevices is buying a competitors. Xilinx, It's an all stock deal worth $35 billion. Andy specializes in chips for laptops, PCs, Microsoft's Xbox and Sony's PlayStation. Xilinx serves some of the same customers, but Manufacturers chips that can be reprogrammed after their produced caterpillars business slumped 23% in a summer Porter. The Wall Street was expecting it to be even weaker. The company says it's encouraged by positive signs.

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"bostian" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"bostian" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"But if you think about the players that opted out with new England Brandon Bostian Marcus Cannon Chung Dont`a hightower. Malkhaz. Marquees Lee. Najji trend any Batali. What are just? I'm just not going to pursue NFL career. And happens sometimes by the way Bill Belichick was being very blunt with the rookies. He said in the Providence Journal. I think all of our rookies have have worked extremely hard. They're in deep water turbulent wonder, and it's going to get rougher just in terms of the volume and the level of competition becoming a professional athlete and the full day and consecutive days they get strung together with very high demands both physically mentally and rest and recovery, and all that I think all the guys are adjusting to their all working hard at it. Not. Woodard. He didn't adjust to it. He quit. Abella concludes it's a really hard working group. There haven't been any problems they're just doing the best they can, but they're swimming they're in deep water and there is get open every day as we move in the process and we're still a long way from anything close. The real football. And Like there's there are enough challenges. In any type of season. Obviously. But. Knowing when you usually when you go out there, you're like, well, I might break every bone in my body. Might Walk with the lamp I possibly could die playing this game. Now you think, Oh, I can get a disease and then my parents and grandparents will die from it. Okay let's just do that. Yeah. It's it's a tough challenge. No doubt. Amer we'll come.

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"bostian" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

30:03 min | 2 years ago

"bostian" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"Noticing, you model normally. In field in this? that. These are the kinds of things election. And just being gentle. Yourself and one of the things I think that's really helpful is we noticed that some very critical waves? Imagining. Noticing I missing of all. Sagan, you can engage kinder wiser place. In Caceres, struggle? Can Be Gentle. So, that's that's the practice there is. Is that what you would do to help? Parents who are self, critical foster self compassion that not saying gentleness. And I think it's really hard because we're not good at being nice yourself. As my esteemed colleague worse over some Church has has written about some beautiful and many others he whatever. It's. It's really tough. Right because like when you think about what you mean, be kind to myself. Deserve that I need all these mistakes today I yelled. I did all these things right. And so. It's a practice. And it's not necessarily easy. But first steps are slowing down and noticing meeting yourself remar. Just. As a really tiny practice could be searches closing wise taking Hans if you can even for. Just checking yourself. To just this. Immune. What is it news being? Just moments of this. You can give yourself some small act. It's housing being really busy day. either. Lingering over your coffee. Whether it's. Leading the laundry later. Without trying to funding a justice. Whether, it's a few moments. Then let's take. You know getting your body's here. That's mall thing is. Chipping Bostian, overseeing like your holy yourself attention. Just, noticing held myself. And just that slow. That little ponds. And noticing but. The one choose. Choose Yourself just ingram to more. In, so it's kind of a twenty little practice that is, you can do at any time whatever he want. And just making it something that. Too when you're over again again, he nick. He's. What, I love about that tiny practices that. It's realistic to be able to do it even in this situation. Where maybe you don't have a break from your kids all day long, you can still take that pause. You could do it with the kids right there with you. Yeah. You can only give out. And yet there's lots of little tiny things that you can do in sometimes just do math. Is Enough. To get through. Another one thinking of this. It's not quite self compassion, but it is known. Really noticing so. Is Things are very hard. You've been around and we're starting to see all of your family Churkin as Things you have to do. Take care of another to.

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"bostian" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

30:03 min | 2 years ago

"bostian" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"Noticing, you model normally. In field in this? that. These are the kinds of things election. And just being gentle. Yourself and one of the things I think that's really helpful is we noticed that some very critical waves? Imagining. Noticing I missing of all. Sagan, you can engage kinder wiser place. In Caceres, struggle? Can Be Gentle. So, that's that's the practice there is. Is that what you would do to help? Parents who are self, critical foster self compassion that not saying gentleness. And I think it's really hard because we're not good at being nice yourself. As my esteemed colleague worse over some Church has has written about some beautiful and many others he whatever. It's. It's really tough. Right because like when you think about what you mean, be kind to myself. Deserve that I need all these mistakes today I yelled. I did all these things right. And so. It's a practice. And it's not necessarily easy. But first steps are slowing down and noticing meeting yourself remar. Just. As a really tiny practice could be searches closing wise taking Hans if you can even for. Just checking yourself. To just this. Immune. What is it news being? Just moments of this. You can give yourself some small act. It's housing being really busy day. either. Lingering over your coffee. Whether it's. Leading the laundry later. Without trying to funding a justice. Whether, it's a few moments. Then let's take. You know getting your body's here. That's mall thing is. Chipping Bostian, overseeing like your holy yourself attention. Just, noticing held myself. And just that slow. That little ponds. And noticing but. The one choose. Choose Yourself just ingram to more. In, so it's kind of a twenty little practice that is, you can do at any time whatever he want. And just making it something that. Too when you're over again again, he nick. He's. What, I love about that tiny practices that. It's realistic to be able to do it even in this situation. Where maybe you don't have a break from your kids all day long, you can still take that pause. You could do it with the kids right there with you. Yeah. You can only give out. And yet there's lots of little tiny things that you can do in sometimes just do math. Is Enough. To get through. Another one thinking of this. It's not quite self compassion, but it is known. Really noticing so. Is Things are very hard. You've been around and we're starting to see all of your family Churkin as Things you have to do. Take care of another to.

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"bostian" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"bostian" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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"bostian" Discussed on The Michael Cheney Show

The Michael Cheney Show

11:51 min | 2 years ago

"bostian" Discussed on The Michael Cheney Show

"Relative. That's a nurse. You know she's working with the stuff and You know the hospitals have cleared out here but it's not because there aren't a Kobe patients starting to come in. It's because nobody's coming in for all these other things and so something in economics People like to talk about is the unseen of Friedrich Bostian who wrote the law talks about a people make these policies based on the scene but they forget the unseen so everybody sees the virus and everything but when when people talk about saving the economy. They're not just saying oh the economy or the human lives of the Cova virus like there definitely ramifications when there's a financial crisis or when you tell people go home in. They're not working and they don't have an income People do commit suicide so there is a death toll on each side. Yeah No I. I've seen that as well on research on the the further implications of of see. The lockdown did an episode recently on the. You don't mean that the knock on effect of the lockdown could in fact be worse than Cova. Which is. I'm not a denier as it were even if even a thing it seems like there is a rise in movement of people said. Oh the hospitals. Mt And it's all a hoax and it's like. I'm nowhere near that camera. I think that's ridiculous But yeah that RAW. For example the The predict could lead to thirty thousand cancer deaths in the US which sounds kind of bizarre like while the help but they've linked this when they did research to the last economic meltdown they found for every one percent increase of the unemployment rate it would produce point three seven cancer deaths per one hundred thousand people so if you look at whether employees unemployment rate was in the US prior to covert whether talking about it going multiply that by the point three seven and then multiply that by the population in the US results in thirty thousand deaths of cancer that's would not have occurred otherwise but are occurring juice employment people not able to get healthcare and the health care system not been supported financially. So I say this there is cost the scene and then the cost of the Iran scene and of the is no domestic domestic. Abuse is another one. You know people hold up with you know kind of villainous partners and all this kind of stuff. Child Abuse Children are on the Internet. More often now on supervised All of this is increasing already proven as days already coming out by all of these things. So yeah other thing. The other thing I was going to mention was the other unseen thing is like you said with cancer. The preventative medicine That isn't happening so They're definitely a lot of effects than I think it's. It's interesting to see how many voluntary things have been going on. You know how many businesses are trying to step up produce mass and stuff How many people are practicing social distancing on their own and companies trying to find a way for people to work from home. I think it's important to note that stuff and so question is then. How do we respond to that? And if we're just going to print a bunch of money handed out you know that may make everything a good in the short run but my argument is that's not the best way because it hides the cost of what we're doing we have to People do need to sacrifice the people that are working need to help out the people that aren't aren't working that's just the reality But if we're going to just do it by creating much money and printing it up and passing it out to everybody. Then it's actually those those poorest people that are going to be hurt the most because yes maybe that that will help them get through this next month or two but all this printing is GonNa push prices higher than they otherwise would be and yes. It's at a time when prices are coming down because oil is really low in all. These people aren't spending money on taking money out But that really doesn't matter because If you're pushing prices higher than they otherwise would be They're still higher than otherwise would abend so that that hurts those poor people that that are that have their expenses affected the most. You know if you grocery shop if you have to pay rents like those are the things that are going to go up because of all this stuff so it does hurt the poor. I think Y- I mean that was. That was one of the things that really struck in my mind from from the movie from the bubble was really this this idea of government intervening and trying to artificially manipulate the market. I mean I compare it to you know if you know if you had some Soa temperature as you know physically and then somebody gave you the injection of drugs and you might feel temporarily better. Your temperature might come down but it's not. It's not a natural reflection of how you are physically so that really stuck in my mind that you know when they Lower interest rates for example of. See what happens is people stop saving. Because you're not getting any money getting any interest on your savings so encourages people to spend more businesses start investing more money because they see it as a green light the normally natural environment you know lower interest indicates that there's a lot of money in the system and there's a lot of savings but when it's done artificially body government sending the artificial signal to businesses saying. Yeah now's a great time to invest in new projects. They start all this work in so with bad money. People don't save because there's no interest to be made so they're spending more that rocks off of the bubble comes about as a result of it. So yeah it was really powerful to me to see that explained in a way that was easy to grasp. I've studied business at university but we were never really taught any of this. You know we'd study this the classic stuff but not actually what's happening you know what's going on underneath the hood so so to speak so yeah. I'd highly recommend if people haven't seen already make sure you go and grab the bubble talk about a very quickly. Just be back after this brief message. You need to arm yourself against the State. Thousands of people just like you have already downloaded the an cap cookbook. That's my free. E Book which include twenty-seven ways you can kill taxation dead in its tracks how you can prepare for any chisel hits the fan situation and how you can fight government overreach. You can get it for free over and CAP COOKBOOK. Dot Com. That's an CAP. Cookbook DOT COM. Hey guys welcome back. So we're talking all about the bubble today as you know. I really really enjoyed the movie. One of the things. Are George how you manage to get a lot of a kind of popular now say like movie clips and little cartoon quits to really convey the information in a way that otherwise it might have been quite dry. It might've been drying aspect. How did he go about doing that? I'm just wondering from a movie making point of view do you have? Did you have a team going out to try and get all these bit some pieces or did you? Did you have a library you can use? Or how how did it work? Because I'm like this is so cool. I'm seeing bits from Seinfeld like Disney stuff and I'm wondering okay. How's he managed to get away with us? Yeah well luckily you can claim fair use in the United States. So you can If you're using it to make a political point and if you do it in the correct way you're allowed to get a little leeway there we did have to license a lot of news clips and stuff like that which are quite expensive. But but yeah I do have a team. We have an editor Matt Hartman. Who Actually Edited Rock? Step which you guys can see on Amazon prime if anybody wants to check that movie out but Yeah we have an editor a sound guy slash composer of motion graphics sky and then me And then Thomas Co writer but really the the cartoons and all those clips you're talking about. It just came over years and years of trying to just consume content and find things that could be relevant as I was making the projects. And you know little things. Like if I'm watching Seinfeld with my wife and I see some movie or whatever But when it started with my editor. I had this enormous spreadsheet. I'd made And I had gone through all these old cartoons public domain that I could have access to back from like the thirties forties and stuff like that and I basically had all these time codes and all these little notes of you know. Here's a house. Here's a bunch of dollars. Here's somebody giving money to a bank. That sort of thing. And so I had all these categories and then I went through the script and just kind of wrote through the whole thing because my editor doesn't have an economics background and so I just went through the whole script literally just put in categories through everything. Give Him just ideas That kind of thing. And then when when he got on board he just took the phone to a whole `nother level and really made it smooth and really easy for people to understand the real. Real real easy to graph. It's not like you said it's not an hour and twenty minutes of just talking heads and that sort of thing. We Really The one the pace of moving. You know you're where we do cover a lot of topics But but to we try to keep it lighthearted and fun and not memorizing a bunch of vocabulary words like all the all. The language in the film is just plain English. That people can understand. You know it's not something where we're trying to teach. People had to read economics. Well let's say that was. That was one of the things I really liked about. It was it was it was so accessible. I mean you could just come into it with you. Could take him off the street. And if you WANNA know how the economy works and how the government is screwing up. Watch this and they would get it. I mean I spent a a message after watched it after I finish watching I I used to go out every Tuesday I would leave model Home Office here and I'd go a local cafe attending a laptop with the movie on our take notes and I did that over a period of weeks. Not because it takes on to watch by wanted to obsessing over the thing I was like I wanted to. Nail is a really absorb every piece of confidence so much. Good stuff you know so much. Like -nology tight with you to you. Know to debate two arguments to back up into really see how how things have been played out in history but also see what's happening now and what might happen in the future so yeah it was just a real Palestine. I in my personal libertarian education. That's why I recommend everybody goes see. This will come to how they can do that. And say current situation than is your. What's your opinion on this? I mean it you know. Feel free so that you don't have one but do you think the cove it has been used again. I am on the same page is a serious thing of Israel is you know is taken lives and all of that but do you think that even on top of that the government is almost using it as a cover full the collapse that was inevitable. Anyway because of all the stuff that I've been doing with interest rates and printing mummy and trying to control the the market. And so do you think this is something that trying to pin on covet of. It's been made any better but as I keep saying. People LOOK AT ECONOMY. Now thanks to covert nine hundred. It's a virus. It can affect the economy. The economy is the result of the actions. That the government's taking. But what's your opinion on that? 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Postmates CEO Addresses Rumors of a Possible Sale

Equity

02:28 min | 3 years ago

Postmates CEO Addresses Rumors of a Possible Sale

"We're going to start with what we're calling the I._P._O.. Update and I think I'M GONNA kick this off by talking a little bit about post mates one of the I dunno better known delivery companies I would say and but one that hasn't made as much noise lately as ubereats or door dash but one thing that <hes> equity listeners I'm sure members that posts has filed privately to go public and so when in a post meets the Boston showed up at the Fortune Event Kate what was the name of the Fortune Event Fortune Brain Fortune brainstorm. I think he was there and he gave an interview and he was talking about two things that are relevant our interest one is the I._P._O.. which he says is still you know they still want to do that? So it's on on the table is still and also he answered questions about some of the rumors swirling around concerning maybe selling bits instead of going public and I just wanted to kind of summarize summarize what he said and I hope I get this right but effectively he said you know when you are setting your company up to go public. You often get a lot of inbound and that comment was interesting because it points out that at least as he phrased it posts wasn't going to sell itself people weren't said coming to wit trying to buy and that's it. Might you kate a position of strength as opposed to one of weakness. Does that make sense yeah I mean it's not a bad place to be to have offers coming in for acquisitions. I'm kind of curious. <hes> a what those offers look like be how seriously offers were and see why post meets <hes> wouldn't take an acquisition offer because I think I mean I'm a bit skeptical how successful of an I._P._O.. Post mates can have at this point just given I mean not only like the the legacy of Blue Apron but also just how much uber has struggled and food delivery companies don't really have the reputation of of managing to scale and continue to have success. I feel like it wouldn't be the worst thing for post meets to sell. What do you think well? It just depends a a what price and and you know. I'm dying to see the one because I've I've heard that like what you just said. I've also heard that things are better than I think. I've also heard that some companies in the sector have Martin's that are terrifying so I feel like I don't have enough pieces to construct the puzzle but Bostian E._S._p._N.. or Bosnia's he goes by on twitter did say that his company was growing faster than Uber eats in Grub so at least well you know maybe you don't presenters basis. I don't know but I thought that was interesting and we can leave it there. I just wanted to kind of bring it up as a flag Mike for Everyone because eventually pose will end up as a major topic on the show and that's kind of bread crumb along the way

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"bostian" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:33 min | 3 years ago

"bostian" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Entrepreneurs, I'm Alex wirley this Business Rockstars. And joining us to answer that question. John bostian? He's the Snow Brand and you invest in a lot of brands. So what is the number one thing that you are looking for in a brand? Number one, we're going to look for the size of the optimized idea. So we're going to reverse engineer. What an exit looks like we need to understand that everything goes perfectly what's going to be the value of this asset that we're looking at. And so it's important for an entrepreneur to understand that as going in, when they give you your pitch. What does that pitch into include? The needs to include a very clear set of data to demonstrate a fact based selling story that they're heading towards a very clear. Value-based sumptious. So if, if we're pro ching through the crave lend a four and a half billion dollar category. And I'm demonstrating civic velocities, in statistically significant amount of stores, I can prove what we what they call sales per point sales Perdue. It's very netra Korean number that I can then apply in model out, exactly what the size of the opportunity means in food beverage, we live in a retail world. We're changing Amazon and directed to home deliveries changing, but by and large the walmarts and COSCO's Kroger's the world provider of blueprint of understanding. Exactly, if a business model what it means and what it's worse. What else seems to be in that pitch probably? A few other things. Right. I think so. I think there needs to be a clearly, laid out plan unturned where they're going to spend the money. Now I mean, people have were very frothy Connie right now where it's a great time to be a seller dollar business or a seller of part of the business. But I think obviously, the, the entrepreneur has to be extremely talented because you're gonna give them the capital to build their business. You're betting on that. Course knowing that charisma and the ability to tell their compelling story, but they have to have the discipline or the team to provide where they're going to spend it complicated ecosystem out there of how to build a brand at retail. So those intangible things like charisma. Wow factor. Do you think that, that can be taught or the like he either have it or you don't? I think either have any don't I think people can perfect gills. I think they can improve them. But I think there you know. It's hard to teach an elephant at raise the horse race. And I think that. Not all entrepreneurs, they don't have it. Can't run a wildly successful business. They'll have to find somebody that does have it. Okay. Maybe co-founder here a little awkward, but you've got the knowledge backing. Credibly offense and talented experts in their products. Don't make it could be any given category where there's lots of innovation happening in meatless burgers, and non dairy cheeses and there's chemistry involved, so there can be great entrepreneurs that are more in the lab. They're more in the design of the recipe, but they're not the face of the bread. So we would look to co founder or a early highly incentivized participant that is that person that person that is charismatic and then you have to tell this story what do you think the telling your brand's story in persuasive way? Infant beverage at the end of the day, we have so many options in front of us. And so this story, of course, is going to blend in the health and wellness elements of what you're eating but at the same time we want eating entertaining and we want to be satisfied with what we eat. And part of that is taking the consumer out of the ordinary, giving them something extrordinary. And so the ability to weave in storytelling, the ability to take them to spot of more athletic, or I'm going to lose weight, all of the usage occasions, why people do certain things after have that story has to be part of, of what you are, just be enough to pack no longer enough, just to taste. Good things are expecting got to be more. This Business Rockstars were here to buyer and form. And connect the community of entrepreneurs, I'm Alex giant John's, the box Yanni, CEO over France for talking, do's and don'ts of getting an investor. So we've talked about a lot of dues, what are some of the don't. One of the most common things that I see our entrepreneurs that are hesitant to raise the capital when they can because there's this reasoning that I don't want to sell part of my company, yet I have a successful idea. It's working, I'm going to get there. I'm not ready to sell equity in my company, and it's the most basic analogy of what a have a slice of watermelon. Or do you want to have one hundred percent of a grape and the capital to manage.

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"bostian" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"bostian" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hour. Call now. The standard is a three hour session. With Frank Sinatra. We would have a six hour doubled session. Call three hours an hour break and then three hours of recording. Now, the reason for that was that Frank. Not frank. But in in this case, Jimmy Bowen, who is producing we would go in for the first three hours and rehearse, whatever. The song or songs were. To make sure that we absolutely had a down. Pat. The engineers would go through all the lines to make sure that there were no glitches. No squeaks. No, white noise. No, red noise. They would go through all the chairs that the strings specially were sitting on make sure that there were no squeaks. Make sure that everyone had the lights on their music stands. No music. Dan, rattles. I mean it goes on and on and on because when Frank Sinatra walked into record. He walked in. He walked around to three of us. Four of us said hi how you doing? Let's make a record in Bangui. He was in the vocal booth, and we were making a record. No fooling around no mistakes. No, nothing. Rarely did. He asked to do a second. Take Frank always knew what he was doing. He had rehearsed himself. He knew the songs, and it was it was unbelievable. See somebody else required. A second take because they made a mistake. Would he get annoyed? You know, we were not we never said anything because by the time we were working with Frank. They could do a lot of things electrically guy had a glitch. You know in the string section. They could somehow came out overdubbed him and fix it up. Frank was the kind kinda guy once you walked out of the vocal booth. You'd say thank you all he was gone with his entourage. That was it only. Once I think it was only once that Frank Sinatra. I heard him say Jimmy, I really would like to do one more take please. If you don't mind. And of course, we would do one more take and the inst- instead of with the full three hours. He would work for fifteen minutes. And then it was over with you've been on about eight thousand different songs that have been recorded. You actually remember what you were on. Do you have to consult the list to figure out if you were all depends, obviously, I had all those records of the year the Grammy winner of the year. And I don't have to think about those records. I know those records backwards. When it comes to certain songs, there are certain songs out there that I didn't even realize I mean, when I was working with people like dusty, Springfield. I couldn't even tell you the song or songs, it was just a just a blur of so many songs and so many sessions. I just I don't know. It's very difficult to explain terrier just played what I felt they let me play, you know, once you kind of make a name for yourself. Then when producers would come in. They would say, oh, how just do your thing. You know, don't worry about it. Just whatever you feel. They felt that. I would always do the right thing drummer, Hal, Blaine speaking with Terry gross in two thousand one he died Monday at age ninety after a break, we'll visit with TV host and cookbook, author Lydia Bostian whose memoir is now out in paperback. And film critic Justin Chang reviews, the new Chinese drama ash is purest white I'm David being Cooley. And.

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"bostian" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"bostian" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Then contractors Frank, Gordon, you've got to get rid of both him and his daughter, Diana. That's the only way out. Mind to that. But you know, you need a plan Bill, and you need an alibi too much of an alibi. After your show that night waiting for your appointment with Gordon thinking about it. The plan is starting to come to you. Delayed cracks crack you Diana. Diana dope. I knock some sense into violence. You do. Oh, I cut down allowance for running the house and didn't tell us. I one of Czech spas. She got all upset about it. We had a big scene. So you had a big thing. Yeah. But it was in front of a lot of people. We head of the house lost my temperance laughter. He told me he hated me and went to a room in front of all those people. That's too bad. Well, would you want to see me about you know, what I want to see about some -dorsements stormed out of the house without signing them. Yeah. Yeah. So I didn't know I gotta come traipsing around a given to you looks like I have to plan everything but everybody and here, they are a little gray. Maybe you can quick park long enough to put the famous name on the line. Up to I'm cost me. Good money here. You know, get off the dime. I'm going to sign going. It's about time, prima, Donna. Well, you almost Bostian tamper again, didn't you? Something to watch that. Plans beginning to take shape in your mind that scene between Gordon and Diana in front of all those people. Can't you figure very well? Was that the Gordon said about having everything? Why not they didn't plan? This. Doc remembering things, he's told you. Thank you. Six minutes Gordon's house over the highway. Remember that and there's a cut off. Gun in his dry in yours. Those things Bill. Maybe.

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"bostian" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"bostian" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Sexual misconduct. Batallions partnership with the Bostian family dissolving with batali no longer having a stake in a sprawling restaurant group. According to a publicly released letter to employee's batali leaving the day to day management of the restaurants back in December of two thousand seventeen a new company will replace the old one run by the sister of batali longtime business partner. Joe bostian. Batali has also reportedly divested his shares in Italy a rapidly growing chain of Italian supermarkets. Hillary barsky, Fox News, Alabama. Governor Kay Ivey has toured the damage in rural Lee county days after at least twenty tornadoes broke out. The governor is saying the damage is awful. And she was surprised there weren't more deaths. Twenty three people died in the storm more and more Americans getting hurt while out walking their dog. Abbas most often when the dog strains that the lesion causes the Walker to lose their balance and fall. The most common injuries seen in hospitals. Fractured hips university of Pennsylvania. Researchers look at emergency room numbers for people sixty five and older finding forty four hundred yard visits from dog walking injuries in two thousand seventeen that's up from seventeen hundred in two thousand four the suggestion is strength training for owners in obedience training for the dogs. Studies published in the journal jealous surgery. Chris foster, Fox News. A group representing farmers and ranchers is praising a federal agencies proposal to drop protections for gray wolves across the lower forty eight states. The American Farm Bureau federation says wolves have recovered from the brink of extinction and management of the species should return to state wildlife agencies director of congressional relations Ryan tells the Associated Press many of the group's members have lost livestock. Wolf kills since the population began to recover acting interior secretary David Bernhardt announced.

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"bostian" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"bostian" Discussed on WDRC

"So check it out the pet show dot com on let me take another call right now, we are going to I believe it's going to be who's it going to be right now. It's going to be Gino. Hey, gino. Welcome to the show. Are you? I cannot be better Gino how about yourself. Oh, you know bearing with the weather, but rock and roll when you live in Michigan got one of my favorite states in the whole world. What can I do for you? Have a question or maybe one or two, but I have a about a year old pit bull and female. She's been spayed and everything fantastic dog. I loved the dog. I just want to train it correctly. And I wanted to come to the professional as yourself to see if there's any type of Redman because she's so exciting come up, you it all of a sudden she wants to be petted. And also she's so anxious to spin around and sometimes Bostian, the whether snow doesn't mean at all. She's like a spring, you a chimera? She looks at chili. It's cool. You get next door. She's gone to the races with the horses. Here's a couple of days. First of all pit bulls are just full of energy. I'm a big fan. I love the breeder amazing. However, very often what happens is, but they don't realize they're only strengthen their own power. And listen, we've all had bloody noses and have been doubled over by a pit bull playing with us and hitting us in the crotch or our banking us in the know. So the first thing you need to do is teach the dog the basics, and I know I feel like a broken record today. You can't read a book if you don't know the alphabet, you have no positive way to communicate with your dog unless the dog has been educated. So the basic commands he'll sit stay down and comer not because I want the dog to look fantastic for your friends. It's only because I want you to have a positive way to communicate with your dog. So get your basics under control. Now when the dog is being a little bit too anxious or a little bit too active. Number one, understand it like accused, very active. You got to get them out and give them more exercise more mental stimulation. But at the same time if they're really being a little often in the house. That's when the leash and harness comes out. And that's when they get some training. So if the dog is jumping up and really being the pain in the butt and you're saying, no, no, no, no, no knock it off. You drive me. Crazy. That's not a resolution. The resolution is to show the dog the right way to behave. And by that you put the leash Mahorn Issan. You do some of your basic commands, sit stay down, whatever take off the leash again until she realizes that this is what needs to be done, and you should get a response. About eighty five or ninety percent. No dog response. One hundred percent of the time, nor do I. So that's what you need to do. And a lot of people get frustrated. I know you don't have any of what you love this guy can tell but a lot of people get frustrated Gino, and they try to hard rather than just take the dog. And and rather than focus on the negative things. That dog does focus on the positive things that dog does. For example. I note, for example, you obviously adore this talk. And I'm sure when he's jumping up and hitting you around you're saying, stop, it stop it, stop it. But I'd like you to do is when the dog is just lying down doing nothing and sleeping and say good dog. Pat him on the head a little bit. That's going to make a difference for you need to do some training Gina. So why don't we do home? And I'm going to send you awesome away. A lot of books. I'm going to send you a copy of how to get your doctor. Your follow the advice? Give me a call back in a couple of weeks. We'll go further, but it's really really important that people understand that. If you try to resolve an issue with your dog, or your cat, the first thing in the most important thing that you can do is try to figure out what causes the problem once, you know, the cars, and it's just a matter of over energy here. And lack of training. You can easily make a resolution the phone number here at the.

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"bostian" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"bostian" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"She's in the park nine cheesecake. She was writing a song is in the context. Like in the movie stars music on. Grimsson you between a movie with music and a musical Dreamgirls Dreamgirls was in a musical because they were on stage in the recording studio. I wonder if Dreamgirls was nominated it wasn't in a musical. But like when singing like Hefei Hefei, you got so healthy, baby. And when she singing that song Dreamgirls, actually. Oh, yes. But she was on stage. But Dreamgirls she broke out on Dreamgirls might have been a musical. It's an interesting. So when when she didn't win the discrepancy. Okay. Best performance by an actress in a motion picture drama. Glenn Close the wife. So everyone was all up in arms at lady Gaga was overlooked. And she was snubbed just have to say like the win the winds for lady legal where just where they should have been. And I said it when I saw the movie like the movie was great the music was phenomenal. That's why one lady acting very subpar and underwhelming. There's no way she should have one and she was in a category with her it really is an honor to be nominated. But especially given the caliber of people who were nominated with her. There was no way she deserved to win. No offense. But I'm glad she went for shallow because it was the best song. Right. And so won for best song. And I like Len coast because of stepford wives who wishes she while. She was the main woman who orchestrated the whole thing. Do you think her Nicole Kidman each other last night? I'm sure they they seem like they're on good terms. Yes. Deford sisters together. Best performance by an actor and emotion picture drama Rami Malik bohemian rhapsody. I think. I didn't see it. But I think he's very transformed. He's very like Maan monotonous, and like subdued kinda creepy. I missed his speech. I was on the phone with you. Maybe he's just very exciting. And you wanna know why someone I finally remembered what I know from twilight, right? So he was to this mysterious vampire. That's why he can't get rid of that. And he's from like that robot show on USA, right? Which wasn't that popular? I don't think. So I don't know how you get to become that from his robot because he was in. And I think it's also because if you really look like the person who have not Christian Bill, but I didn't Christian British really expect him because he was so transformative in the fighter I him to be Bostian. He's so transformative American hustle with. He was the gross, man. No, he really liked becomes every actor that he plays. It's like that's why he always gets nominated like his his. Critiquing hundred pounds to play Cheney. Oh, did he wasn't about. I think it was both like goes double chin. Gress performance by an actress rests for its I wind today..

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"bostian" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"bostian" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Do they deliver meals and smiles to homebound seniors, but meals on wheels. Does something else they turn of volunteers lunch break into a meaningful experience as small and as simple as a relationship is between of Ontario decline of meals on wheels. It's really so impactful I never thought that five minutes could make so much difference in the lives of two and a half. Drop off a more meal and get more than you, expect volunteer at America. Let's do lunch dot org. That's america. Let's do lunch dot org. Brought to you by meals on Wheels America and the Ad Council. Now back to Armstrong and Getty twenty seven ninety x. Strong. And getting the best of Armstrong and Getty. Mailbag? So the quote, I was paraphrasing yesterday about education comes from Frederick Bostian. Ben libertarian reminds me that because he is French the last t- in Boston is silence. I'm American so I'll pronounce it. However, I want. Oh, raw bomb. Yeah. Exactly. That's right. France is our oldest ally. Probably a little boy drink, the we'd be still under queens rule. Were it not for their navy? So anyway, here's what he said the most urgent necessity is not that the state should teach. But that it should allow education all monopolies are detestable. But the worst of all is the monopoly of education. Amen to that. Freddie. That was pasta terrific. We we have a guy emails and texts everyday wanting to militants musicals called name. I I haven't.

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Senator McCain, BBC and Murder discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:14 sec | 4 years ago

Senator McCain, BBC and Murder discussed on Morning Edition

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