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"brighton" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast
"So there was like or teen guys really good players that were all sitting there like holy shit. Where do i go and with kobe. At some of the financial cuts they were making it was. It was tough. It was really tough to find the money that i was on indie. Somewhere else Peter will call me. Who started the fire started. Indy eleven started. Four madly started more protein than anybody in the world. Yeah i believed that led known. I've known peter since. I was a kid and he told me. Hey look. i'm starting a new team in chicago as what's the name said we don't know we're trying to pick a couple will shoot ally million. Let me hear some buddies like I think it was like a point chicago. Something in chicago house is like. Is it like because a house music. And he's like yet. And i was like bats. The bats the fucking rock contingent upon them. Picking that name. The girl i did. I did it because it was. It was fan voted. Yes so i think they they actually let the fans choose bohdan exhibited like march madness style and luckily that still Into when when. Peter told me that. Cj brown former fire legends New york rebels assistant You know was was coming to coach the team. I was like this now now. It's time to come back here. Let's give people a sense of nisa. Just try to anyway. Because i don't think a lot of people know that not about it right. I mean it's pretty low key. It's the wild wild. West of of american soccer anna. That's what it feels like. I'm trying to research. I've heard about it on twitter heard about internet. I'd still so. Let me tell you what i know about nisa. You're going to build off of that. What i know obviously is not gonna be much So i know that it was started in two thousand seventeen by two people. Peter being one of them and The other guy jack. Commons unexpectedly passed away. Like out of the blue. Peter wilt Headed to four madison. I think both of those guys sort of left before they'd played a game So like it felt like the league like so the league is here. We have a league but like is it like actually happening and keep in mind needs to keep in mind that like soccer in the lower levels is so fluid. There's so much going on here so They there are a lot of comings and goings with teams over the last couple of years old. By the way there was a worldwide pandemic that hit Sort of right in the middle of it so. I don't know exactly the ins and outs of those sort of two to three years. What i do know is now. They have ten teams. it's up and running. it's going i know. They have more teams that they're expecting to be adding. I also know that there is like this sort of affiliated amateur slash semi pro league Nisa nation that is basically. I think designed to incubate teams. That may join the league you know. In in the coming seasons it sounds like just really interesting. Self contained soccer ecosystem. That as you said. Has this wild wild west it to it. So what am i would away. Whatever forgotton what have i gotten long sort of. What can you expand upon their. I mean to to to be totally honest. Like that's that's the extent of what i know. I know that one of lisa's biggest like one of the biggest motives in having this starting this league was that they were going to be one of the first. They were going to be v. First american pro soccer league to introduce promote promotion-relegation and so the niece nation that you're talking about the affiliations that they had with these other amateur teams so we're talking like nps l. and right like fourth and fifth fifth year. What would be here. Like soccer teams. Were there funneling them into this needs to nation and they're seeing which clubs you know would maybe be worthy becoming an isa team but eventually like the next like two or three years they wanna have a a top division in a second tier where teams would promote in and relegate hub and so it's a really really cool concepts and it's and i think it's it is the reason that Us to start the conversation of promotion. Relegation louis and yeah it's kinda. It's kind of shaken the american soccer landscape up a little bit because now. Mls just came out with that molest to right or so. You're going to have some teams from us. Sal competing in that. And then you're going to have some usfl one Championship teams may be coming over to niece. Next thing next. I think next year you're gonna see team moving all over the fucking place like oakland route. Started in isa last year odell championships. Now i don't i don't know what the implications of this mls to league is gonna have on the entire landscape of all these different leagues. It's gonna be really interesting. You know. But what i what i do know is that because it's an independent league you don't have this. Mls govern bullshit. You don't have this like you. Don't have these rules that you have to abide by in terms of how you promote the clock. How you advertise. How you market You know all the the amount of money can spat like there's no like there's no cap and there's no there's no minimums so it's like it's it's nuts right like it. It's it's all over the place but it is really cool to see. I mean detroit city You know has been around for a long time. They're planning to this year. They kinda have built a atmosphere following that i think is kind of comparable to like what saint louis f c was in the us l. championship a couple years ago Where they're getting five. Six seven thousand bans out to a game in look. That's that's a fun environment to play in man and so you know we're at toyota. Park in herbs seeks stadium. Now and.
"brighton" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast
"Believable. I will say this antonio ruediger in a contract year is a bad man. He's a bad man. He's playing for that contract and he's playing for well. I thought you were going to say top. Three to five striker is going to get got a little late last week. Smarter mortgage lonzo. I have many casual fans from back home. Who love ruediger for his bombs. Up the field they look forward to those as casual or non soccer fans so he's winning over big crowd right now but i think that's a fair argument to me. Which is i'm trying to think. Oh that was. Can you sit right now. Is clear and i think you gotta go. Conversations d has a conversation is the ninth. And and that's about it really. If you wanna give me veron liar. Listen either one of them. michael. I'm trying to think we with larry here. I think he's he's right up there with the best of the best right now. Yeah it always trying to think of some of the other guys out there that like may go under the radar. Like tarkovsky and stuff. He's not quite up there. One of the things that louis fame but he's had actually shits season by the way he has not been good so far. I do think he's a great player but he's been ordering awful this year One thing we didn't save brighton. One one of the real strong points i think tummy actually said they have a strong defense duffy in. Don't at the back like those to have played together. They are veterans. They know each other. They know the system like that. You cannot put a price tag on like how valuable that is like those two especially the like. That is huge them. But i wouldn't throw Conversation with brugere at this point either. So yeah. that's a bath. I mean router is he. I think he actually he got better. We started talking more shit. He started talking shit like like. I know he's always been shit talker but like he started talking a lotta shit about a little less than a year ago. Right about win Lampard was out and Know to go gave him and he's been unreal basically ever since there's connection to to come in and change it for him in the back three and like for this weekend. This has been from like a soccer junkie tactic. Standpoint my favorite managerial matchup. Probably since like have klopp or.
"brighton" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast
"Think he just has his playmaking ability but it hasn't quite clicked yet. That's a great question. I don't even know how to answer because nobody is important on the field right now we were. We were sleepwalking. I mean it was just. It was ugly to watch this team play and that was about as good at eleven at least for giving the injuries and stuff that was about as good and eleven is we could possibly put out there. Christian pulisic was out there so like i didn't have these mixed emotions about who i going to be rooting for. Basically a best case scenario walk going into the game and for the first forty five minutes. We sword held our own You know for moments here and there we may even be able to play with you guys and then the second half had i guess you could say. Maybe you know tommy two-goal in angola happened. I guess that's what really sort of changed the time. But that second forty five. You guys looked like you were sleepwalking. Because he did you guys do not look that break that game and yet you looked so much better than us. That was what was so painful about is that we didn't look like we were fighting it. We just didn't care and we get our asses handed at home by a city rival those tough. That was tough. Watch for for me watching. You guys like i was sitting there like waiting like all right if cain canons of going to city. You guys are relegation candidates. Just kind of make jokes like like. I don't know i i just how it feels isn't feels like you guys knew too much just like go go. Yeah yeah there's the you're not wrong and that perhaps there's this sort of element that like. Maybe we should sold you know could have gotten all this money for him and you know maybe we should have because it feels like the team like the mentality. The team is that he you know it seems like we probably got our minds around and basically on myself we probably got our minds around the fact that he was leaving and then he didn't leave and so now you got to sort of re jigger your mindset to that and it's so far it has not worked. He has been not good. He was terrible in this game. He was absolutely non-existent. Deli was somehow worse You know son should be perhaps our most influential player but he wasn't really doing anything it's just there was nothing. There was no silver lines here. Like just it wasn't as well you just showed how much better chelsea hits than donald i. It's that just shows what it was in like. That's pretty much. The only thing. I had written down about this in. Is it just showed how much better you guys are than us right now. Which you know. That's kind of painful when you really really boil down. Yeah anything else. Other than my only point other point is that. I really wish. We had eric lamelo hair. Still because if he was here he would've gone out there. And you know at least got a red guard at least jones spine. It red guard harrington care like nobody on the team even with like they care. We're getting kicked in. It was just sort of like. Oh we'll get him next week. Go get somebody by kill. Somebody got david did make me feel better about this okay. I'm with you. I were very disappointing. Day care standpoint. A less nine reminds me of them. Percy going a menu with gay. You'll is going expect to happen. You know it's gonna happen as a club you've moved on and as a fan base you've moved on but then he's still he's still there here on stuff in with him in the lineup. And so on. I don't mind the way that up right now. I think it works. I mean just not against the top four just because the top four like we said is miles ahead of everyone else right in. Which makes you question like how we ended up getting that win against city in the first week of the season. i think there's two answers to that number one. I think we played perfect game like we didn't make any mistakes and i think city just wasn't quite up to speed and who knows if they're still. I guess we'll find out pretty quick this weekend. In fact just where they're at chelsea is the the bar against which i think a lot of people are gonna chip measured in donald does not measure up and simple right. Now we've got a long ways to go but as i said credits to chelsea Enough without their boring ass London stuff more interesting game in fact more interesting. Probably the most interesting game of the weekend brighton. In leicester so brian came away with a two one win. I'm gonna throw looks mattress here so like credit to bright like period credits brain. But his game was absolutely Completely changed by var. There were three goal. You know decisions all win against leicester so there's that like this. Keep that in mind but brighton like this is a good bluster team. Yes they're coming off. The euro game on thursday against napoli. That was obviously took a lot out of them. But brighton on this game so now. They've got they've played five games. They've they've won four one loss and so i had this question written down last week and didn't get to it now. It's even more relevant. So i'm gonna ask it now. Are brighton for real. Is this brighton team are we do. We need to start talking about them. In sort of a different way i go i i would let it show first mitchell's yes they are yes. They are Not only because. I've been compared to kneel mall. Pay a couple times prompted the dmz. I don't see the looks or by just a dickhead. little ables but either way. I I'm not gonna sit here and talk. Shit about vr and the kind of sagar this weekend as well but no brighton are good. I don't think top for good because as we've stated a couple of times a gap between top four and the rest of the league is staggering and canyon. Like but i think i think brighton are good. They they haven't really been tested apart from this lesser game They lost everton or everton earlier in the season but there early schedule has been kinda week. It's been played early. Run for furred. Lost everton played bradford leicester so it doesn't look horrible book road brentford But no i like them. I am going to wait until who they play this next week..
A highlight from Introducing Crime Glasses: A True Crime Book Club Podcast
"Reader. Crime glasses is your true crime book club podcast. Every month we'll be selecting a new true crime book to read using it as a guide to talk about the cases that shocked us. The underlying issues and the moments that had us closing the book desperate for a breather. And if reading is just not your thing, that's okay, I still welcome you to listen to the weekly episodes because I will give you all of the case details so you won't miss out. Also, I can't promise that you won't find yourself in a cozy nook devouring every page after. We will read everything from true crime classics like the Ted Bundy focus the stranger beside me by Ann rule to more recent favorites like we keep the dead close by Becky Cooper, which details the author search for the killer of Jane Brighton, a Harvard student who was murdered in her off campus
All About The Negroni
"The negroni what well The negroni is a cocktail made with gin sweet vermouth and a type of amaro called campari Traditionally you can put other stuff in there But that's the basic basic stuff It is garnished with a slice of orange or a strip of orange peel. The ladder sometimes flamed. It can be served chilled and straight up or over ice. A single large cube is pretty popular. And it it's it's the drink is smooth and bitter sweet and herbal little bit. Spicy or spiced i guess rather But with this brightness underneath and not to get like poetic on y'all like right off the bat but it just it tastes like a like a summer night. I should have a next time. We play dunston dragons. I should have some kind of like poetry off. Oh no you have to describe the negroni. And i shall just from my dungeon masters edition. Oh gosh that would be something. That ben bolan would be amazing at and that i would be like. Give me a few weeks. And i'll come up with an amazing entry. I like all of you are really excellent at coming up with some perhaps less than traditional poetry but poetry now we are a group. It's true that's true. So let's let's let's breakdown all of those ingredients a little bit so So jen is a type of liquor made with a neutral spirit. That's then infused with any number of botanical 's during and or after distillation the primary unnecessary botanical is juniper a which is sort of brighton. Piney tasting ginneries. All have their own complex blends of herbs and spices and imbibers all have their own personal preferences. Some common additions include liquorice or a niece cinnamon. Citrus peel nutmeg. Saffron savory all kinds of barks and bits and
"brighton" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman
"Food you're in the mood for and so now it's time for the final countdown. If somebody only time for one meal when they visited brighton where should they go to watch. The i think you've got to have fish and chips on the fund. You've gotta go to jackie. Linda's fish and chips shop. Yohan biton. you've got to just have fish and chips out of a packet with your fingers or with the chip fork with low salt vinegar having that fresh seafood to like. You said you mentioned that you've been in writing for twenty years or so you gotta have some great stories. What's your most memorable. I think actually doing yoga. The i sixty is a pretty good as it goes doing morning. Yoga as sunrise. Rose even in the. I three six day so you kind of doing your downward dog and the new car and you're just overlooking beautiful ocean. That was a pretty good experience. like the. you know you're looking for nirvana that sounds like Like he found it was heaven down very then the super cool speaking of having moments and good times. Where's the happiest happy hour. Brighton cult sales wise. A gillette hotels if you like cocktails the twisted lemon used to be an amazing happy hour for cocktails two for one and it just you could get very very very happy and all the time but a lot of people actually embroider drink to account. What does that. it's an cure. It's a shot like tequila bar. It's brown and it's an almond cure that comes from italy and not many people. Not many people have heard about it. It's not even made it to london. It's just it's brightened thing. Because somebody formed brighton when to italy and just fell in love with it and decided to bring it back and bring it to the pups brighton. So most pubs do bevan offer on those anew shoot it you have it as just as a quick shop like tequila and it's fabulous so that's my tip..
"brighton" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman
"So let's think back. Obviously we've taken public transportation or hired a car. Whatever to get to the city from there were should we look at booking hotel. Sh we try to book it close to the beach part of like downtown or like. Is there a certain area that we should avoid worship book hotel row. That awesome be used. He full hotels in bites. I am quite biased. Because of a few them ball we were really really lucky because we have some new tourists. That some lovely ones on c. Funds they range from kind of luxury autism residents of the number twenty one blanche house. Drake's things that that that will kind of dotted along the seafront but brighton and hose it city. We're kind of joined city. Amer bites leads into hoes justin fund. So we are at the same place. It's just kind of one boundary street which separates but there is no of the separation apart from that and then the hotels over that side of town as well. The houses are bigger flats flaxseed brighton. So the has his numerous or the ceilings in pretty high so that the different style of obscene accommodation. But mostly it's called look by the fund brighton. Or hove or came down. And there's not really good airbnb as well. We have quite popular for coming down for putting inverted commas dirty weekend..
"brighton" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman
"Our welcome to show thank you very much. I'm really excited to be here. Yes so today. We're talking about brighton. Uk and honestly. It's a city that i haven't heard of before. The only thing i i've heard of that name is brighton beach. Memoirs i think. It's an old movie from abc or something like that and probably not even the same place but definitely interested in learning about brighton uk. Well it's amazing. You mainly should fabulous place to live. So what's your connection to brighton. I live here. And i've lived here for gosh twenty years. I have lived in london from wales. I moved to by ten. And i'd stay tear. It's my spiritual home on the seaside. So it's just pefect although sounds wonderful nothing like being right on the beach and enjoying the fresh healthy air right path. I mean we've got a pebble beach. It's not like a sandy beach and it's a little bit murky bar. People still held co people who go swimming every day even christmas day. New year's day at the beach is just pepe..
Why Jon Van Fleet Thrives in Poker Where Others Fail
"This week's guest is john abe stalls vanfleet even one of the game's perennial crushes. He continues to grow and evolve in the game he recently started streaming on twitch and nearly instantly became one of the top stream as in poker. John's always good for some highly actionable wisdom so with that being said let's jump brighton. Joan welcome to the show. Happy to be here. And i wanted to have you back on the show. I'm so much is happening with twitch and with icr just your general success in the pike well we jump into all of that. I'd like to bring up. You know you've been in the poker world for a very long time in the nicest possible way you know. What do you think is allowed to be successful from that stage through still playing the begins now still having success now when no most everyone from the area's arison have moved out of the poco weld. What do you think the difference was. And what set. Jenny bean link. You know there's been a lot of ups and downs in poker in. I've i've fallen in pretty much every that that you can fall into when people ask me why survived when other people. Haven't i think it comes with a lot of things. I think it comes from the fact that i learned in the very beginning to put a system to the game to treat it like a business and to approach studying with a certain kind of intensity and i think that that ability to treat the game like a business is what helped me in the beginning but a lot of people did that right. I think what else helped me was. Just that like men. I like it the the pastor you know. I think that that's another thing i think. I just have a certain kind of stubbornness in increasing this Maybe i know if it's craziness exactly. But i do think to play at the highest stakes. Like i do that. You have to be of a certain kind of temperament
"brighton" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Kill the Bill Manchester protest: 18 arrested after protesters block tram lines
"Legislation. Kate Barker has more from London. Police clearing protesters staging a sit in on tram tracks in the city of Manchester, 18. People were arrested. There were also demonstrations in a number of other English cities, including Bath, Brighton and Cambridge. The kill the bill protests as they're called, refer to legislation that would tighten policing of even peaceful demonstrations. But the bill is also a colloquial term for the police in Britain and Earlier protests in the city of Bristol turned ugly, with some police officers injured by a hardline faction. Among the protesters throwing bottles, eggs and rocks for NPR news. I'm Vicki Barker in London. U. S futures contracts to trading lower at this hour. DOW futures contract Down
Chicago Police Officer, Security Guard Shot in Brighton Park
"Annoyed shoplifter accused of shooting a Chicago police officer and gravely wounding a Home Depot Security guard ended up dead after a shootout with Chicago Police in Brighton Park yesterday afternoon. Wounded officer is the fourth CPD member to be shot in the past two weeks. WGN's rob sneeze just five days ago on officer was shot in the hand Your maple on the cross avenues. In the Austin community March, 15th and officer was shot while sitting in his vehicle at a traffic light in the 8900 block of South Stoney Island Avenue, March 14th and on duty sergeant was shot outside the Grecian District Police station. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown says he's frustrated over the lack. Over the increasing number of shootings in which his officers are the
Biden poised to tap former Sen. Bill Nelson of Miami to lead NASA
"There are reports that a former U. S senator from Florida and space shuttle astronaut will be the next NASA boss. Technology website the verge sighting three sources says President Biden has tapped Bill Nelson for the job of NASA administrator with former astronaut Pam Melroy as his deputy. The verge reports, Senate and NASA staffers have been informally briefed. The reports have placed Nelson in consideration for the job, succeeding Trump Administration appointee Jim Brighton. Stein Nelson, who lost his Senate seat to Rick Scott, in 2018, also took part in a space shuttle
Virus Outbreak Britain-Pub intro and wrap
"A pub owner in Brighton England has found a way to keep our customers thirst quenched during the pandemic Jennifer left has a mini pop on the back of her bike this is the I. get muscle milk flow in the lobby but could be a major then I was going to get a clean fun and then it comes with the sound right left Bob is closed during the pandemic she said she had to do something the pope has been the hand in hand since eighteen fifty it's already being through a global pandemic in nineteen eighteen but she's not going to go down on my watch customers like daisy Asquith appreciate the delivery by bike she's created a family and now we still hold still connected to the seeing that come down the street with the pope on the packages left Sears left wears a red Cape and a red beret as she delivers her pub favorites to homes I'm a Donahue
Kim Jones on the Making of Air Dior
"It's been a crazy. Eight months herself is being crazy as being busy. Yeah and i've appreciated time at home and being able to have time to myself. Reflect more of john when you were say a lot of time to research the excited about a very eventful few months but today we're here to talk about sneakers. what makes an amazing sneaker. And what makes an amazing sneaker launch air. Dior or shoe which we have right here. It's like the most sought after sneaker in the world right now. yeah. I've been scouring the internet to kind of see what people are saying and how much they cost and you know it's crazy how quickly they've accelerated price. I wanted to start with your own relationship with sneakers because it goes back a long time. This is not a trend. You just jumped on. I mean most people who know me know that i started out working at a company called gimme five whereas college but before that when a student also at school nyc for me was the absolute must have an odd save off and dish. Dishwasher governed by pair of sneakers and people have michael jordan with the heroes and just everyone was wearing sneakers. Me and my friends would chip into bypass to share them and share parents of have jordan. Fives that were on. Discount in place in brighton that we bought a we went and three as on them now. Forty five pounds and we chipped by them and then we take them in terms of obviously make sure no one stood on them and sick have never allowed to go out anywhere teaching them and it was just you. Nuts is the design. It was just like it was a cult thing. It became colton. You know we both got these which the first one of the first has jordan's in the white and gray which is the basis for the ed your and the ideal thing was really dickel t and i've had a contract with nike for quite few years. And then they taught me about being jordan. And as i really love to do with your because they've never done and luxury house with georgian collaborations. I would take italian at you know jordan with the dior factories and really make something special and exciting. And it's really you know it was solid. Where do you want jordan's that was really how it started as bit selfish so before we get into the actual kind of design of the shoe. Because i think there's a lot of thought that goes into that. Of course the jordan one for the uninitiated amongst us. I think sneaker has called it the aj one. Why is that such an important shoe. Silhouette i think is just such design. Classic infamy you does periods in history. Whether it's been shoes. Come out like this on the air. Max ninety five that just speak to people and they speak to a generation of people for me. I didn't have the original pair of these because they a bit too young for them and they really out of my price range and they weren't so easy to get the uk. And then as i started going to japan as i graduated i started collecting fares what i think the first bought seven bucks in a flea market and then to visit a friend where does student and that was kind of to shake shaking. You just they just become infectious shots at me. Now you just love to design it so joining a club. I guess so. When you're thinking about designing a shoe that has to balance effectively three different brands right. Young jordan has its own brand completely new operated separately with its own team. Then there's night key which obviously is like gave birth to the jordan. There's there's three iconic brands so when you're when you're when you're designing a shoe and you have to balance the dna. Three brees was really like we need to netflix. Because that's one of the criterias of deal is significant advance. We knew the letter had to be sourced. We knew we wanted to have the finishings. Made like bag would be made. So you have the edge painting. You have the way that things are hand finished in the sewing. The oblique here is made specific size just the jordan and it scaled per size of georgian. And you have again. You have on the tongue which is a new technique that we developed an inside the leather so units inside which they did have the normal jordan and inside. I have the numbers or these are the ones from the miami share. Whichever forty has them and really making them for people that would appreciate something and understand the croft now in consumption when you talked about fashion. I'm very aware of numbers and craft being important people. I think young people are learning by nets and they won't buy things last longer for me. Doing things like this was something being a limited number of things but it's creates excitement. There were only thirteen. Thousand pairs of shoes made but there's also a whole bunch of other skews in the collection which may be the as much. Yeah i mean. We've mentioned what we michael jordan's wore jay. But he was because he was the coolest guy and it was like he will seats all the time and we were looking at we made of his clothes and then we had to call them present it all to him which was kind of because he sees everything can approves everything jordan. What was that like. I mean he was super lovely. And i get in chicago. We went to do the don't it was like. I was really impressed that he was to be honest. That's the cage stream isn't it. I guess it was. He was just radiant. He's and you want to keep them the stuff so we can keep it and travis was there and he was reading into it so you know promise travis he'd be one of the people have it and it was just it was. It was an appreciation for each other. That was the thing that was nice about. What did you have to see to the powers that via d. or to get them. I mean they've never done nothing like that. I had to piatra use my ceo and we have extremely good relationship. And i was like. I really want to do this. What you think it nina. He's in his twenties and he was thought it was cool idea who grew up here as per say that was pretty easy to do in nyc. Nike was little bit but then they got into. It was his reading managing expectations of everybody in the right
Liverpool Continue Home Lapse
"Is we start in the premier league whether defending champions live now back to back defeats anfield losing one nil home against brighton very much nabbed big gains in to hives. Stevie i want to start with. You got wrong want along. We got completely completely lost. Any sort of imagination going forward as soon as any team cozy outfield inputs bodies behind them a bodies in front of the wrong goal anfield liverpool. Have no idea how to break it down. You add that to given silly goals away. You know the goal. The goal really today is is from a mistake. From phillips who snowfall is over his head. Low composure with cleveland's completely slices and somehow ends up in the back of the net. Know who two-thirds break this game kelleher top shaves to make And brighton did did look dangerous on the break. I wish i could see that liverpool dangerous up. The other end says maybe half an hour before the end at us really resigned myself to a nil nil and that was just before the goal is not a surprise. Brayton deserve the liverpool. Going forward are completely and utterly toothless right now and it has to change very quickly. Because i didn't think there was still in the premier league title arista honest but you have to be a little careful of the for the wow. They can't continue to do this too long.
Body Image In The Queer Community
"I didn't know what you listening. Think about this. But i think there's a really interesting point that feels like there are two schools of quin us. One school is that there are these bodies like this kind of ultra-fit body with six packs. And all of that. World to generalize which is about trying to ascribe to hold of what is to be for example masculine in that way that like people feel like they have failed at being a man so they have to show that they are actually make it all right in other areas. Therefore they're gonna have the amazing body. They're going to have the amazing job. They're going to have the call. And then there's this other kind of new brighton. New beautiful dawn of people who are actually embracing this idea that like male female gender quit gender fluid wherever you are. You can be whatever you want wherever on the spectrum you can be. You can have armpit. Hair is a man as a woman as a as whatever it doesn't matter and i feel like those two different universes are bubbling up and one of them the feeling data's and i think it's about treating your body with kindness and treating yourselves with kindness
Combine Chrysler, Fiat, Peugeot and You Get Stellantis. Stella-What?
"The merger between fiat chrysler. Automobiles peugeot began trading. Today under the name still lantis shares rose as much as seven point seven percent and milan where the ticker s. t. la replaced fiat chrysler symbol. While the stocks also gained in paris where the company listed in place of peugeot the fourth largest automaker in the world by volume will also trade on the nyse under ticker symbol. T. la instead of fca you. What kind of name is that. The automaker said it draws from the latin words still meaning to brighton with stars while that may be better suited for a space company. The latin root reflects the combined companies french and italian heritage. The hopes brands house. Understa lantis include pujo. Ciro in ds opel vauxhall alfa romeo fiat lancia dodge jeep chrysler ram and a barth. It'll utilize fiat's ramen. Jeep divisions in north america revitalized peugeot citron brands dead of excelled in europe as well as greater resources to compete with electric car makers that are reshaping the sector the new entity expects to save five point nine billion through combined platforms increase purchasing power supply chain skill and other merger benefits many challenges await. Neither company has much a foothold in the luxury car. Business or china's vast auto market the prior merger of fiat and chrysler also did little to improve the fortunes of alfa romeo and roz herati while psa's purchase of only made the company more reliant on europe. The splashy entrance forced to lantis also comes at a busy time for the automobile industry with gm making a huge electric vehicle. Push and tesla forecast to deliver one million vehicles in two thousand and twenty one.
Sony Introduces Two New "Crystal LED" Modular Direct View Display Systems
"But sony did announce it will start selling modular micro. Led displays as part of its crystal led line that can be used as digital movie sets the newly announced be series panels offer anti reflective coating and eighteen hundred minutes of brighton unspent support for high frame rates and three d. I know so any plans to release the panels in the summer. No pricing announced. Just get probably not gonna be all that cheap but still pretty cool displays like this have been used for series like the mandalorian for example. They offer an advantage over green screens because they provide their own light and their own cheating. So if you don't get a green reflection on an actors helmet then you don't have to digitally wipe it out later. You just get a reflection on whatever's in the digital screen itself so these are for companies that want to shoot video this is not gonna be sold to the general public it probably gonna be pretty pricey to But everybody who's you know raved over watching the behind. The scenes of the mandalorian at that display has been. We had a visual effects artist on our art week last year. Who was saying. I already asked me if they can do that well. She's going to get more request now because they can actually have another place to buy the hardware. it's going to be a pretty penny. There's obviously a lot of pretty pennies in the world. Then specifically people that want to not only recreate a that as a movie set but also as an experience part of what has made the mandalorian special is because the actors say and there's great dialogue. Look it up of of noted eccentric and season one cast member burner just going on and on about how amazing it was to shoot in a set that looked like this fantasy world like it allowed all the actors to get into their roles more so than just acting on a blue green screen and i would imagine that if you want to impress people that are going to have a similar experience or at least the desired abbas similar experience. Even if you're not shooting on it or maybe you're you're just taking pictures and videos for more casual experience. I think this is going to sell as far as the crazy screens that we see it. Cas which is normally just. You know a huge monitors. You're going to see it stadiums or something like that. This seems like a border of practical version and then putting that in enables it's actually a really smart and very very useful development in in cinematography in shooting just productions because allows very quick turnaround times. Their stuff you don't have to post like no post effects. You need to do like out of the green screen. There's a ton of other examples like that and you make mazing use of space. I mean the mandalorian shoots on three sets and they have these walls and allows them to get so much more. It's real shoot on location. Roger the baby yoda or can. Never perot grew okay. Sounds like a putty product. It's it's that israel that israel
Which Is the Best $99 Smart Speaker for You?
"The three big players in the smart speaker space. That would be apple. That would be amazon and of that would be. Google have released three ninety nine dollar smart speakers. It's a excellent price point to add a smart speaker to your home and we decided to take a look at the top three these competitors and talk about what each of them can provide for you and maybe even try to figure out which one is the best what start by talking about the nest audio arguably the largest of the three smart speakers and i would also say about the heaviest as well. This is a very popular smart speaker. And in fact when google announced at its event the new pixel phones and this nest audio it was the nest audio took the lead on its excitement and what folks had wanted that is because it is i would say arguably a very beautiful device. This is a sort of pillow shaped smart speaker. Which is a little bit different from what you might be used to. I think that that adds to kind of the intrigue of it is not your typical Shaped smart speaker. It's not the echo of past and it is not the orb of the current kind of generation of smart speakers. The audio comes in multiple colors. This nice green color a blue color a black color a white color and a pink color and this one is it's gorgeous it has this nice fabric on the outside which for some people is a little bit of an issue because you might get dirty but the idea is that you place it somewhere and you leave it there and then you don't worry about it talking about kind of what's packed inside. I think that's an important part. You've got a seventy five millimeter wolfer and a nine thousand nine millimeter tweeter. Nine thousand nine millimeter twitter so to sound producing devices. That give you the the output that you want hear this google nest audio also features on the back a mute switch for the mike. That is a physical mute switch. So that way. You don't have any concerns. The devices listening to you or not listening to you can very easily tell and in fact it will make a it will let you know. We'll say the mike is turned on. The mike is turned off. Whenever you flip between these two it also has something that i have found particularly troubling about this device. Which are capacitive buttons for capacitive zones for volume up and volume down. There are three touch areas across the top. One kind of for doing interactions play pause and stuff like that and then volume up and volume down but that makes it so that it is almost impossible to move this device anywhere without accidentally turning up or down the volume and so it's very sensitive at the top and there's also the fact that you know you don't know where you're touching to turn the volume up or turn the volume down which can be an issue and it's also accessibility concern on the back. You have simply won the power option and with the power is proprietary adapter. So you'll definitely want to make sure that you have the adaptor that comes with it in the box and outside of that year that that's it. There are no other ports or anything like that so that is the nest audio first of all. Now let's talk about the echo fourth generation. This is amazon's new orb shaped device instead of being at the top. You have the they call it the alien say ring at the bottom. This is the kind of a bit of visual interaction that lets you know when alien say is listening and also will turn up or turn down the lights will dim and move to one side or brighton and move to the other side to let you know when the volume is up or down the most of it is fabric all of the back of it. Is this plastic area and this is kind of to let you know where you should be facing it so where the nest audio is definitely a front firing speaker. You can very clearly tell that it is meant to be aimed out. You might be confused when you've got the orb so they've made it very clear that the fabric is the acoustically invisible. Fabric is the way that you want to be. This has a one point. Six inch speaker inside and amazon says that this is a much better sounding device than those of years passed on the top. You have a volume up and volume down button. You have a mike mute button and you have a way to trigger alien say so instead of actually having to say the name of your smart assistance you can simply hit that button to communicate with alien say. This is a very nice visual way to know whenever alien say is or is not listening and so hitting that button actually turn the ring at the bottom. Read on the back again. A proprietary charging port as well as a headphone jack or rather a three point. Five millimeter line out. And i want to talk about that because it's not just a line out. It's a three point five. Millimeter line out and line in. So you can use this as a bluetooth speaker you can use it as a way to put music into it over the three point five millimeter headphone jack. And wire or you can use it to pump audio out into a better speakers that you have in your house. So that is something that is unique to the echo that you're not going to get with the nest audio or with the next one. Which is the home pod. I do like these. These actual physical controls on the top. That differ from the capacitive touch options on both the homepod mini and the audio particularly because of the fact that it is more accessible. I can actually reach out and feel those controls as opposed to not knowing exactly what i'm doing now. All of these devices support eight. Oh two all the way up to eight hundred eleven eight wifi so you can get super fast wifi on these devices regardless of which one you go with and then the last one is apple's homepod many now the first thing to note. Is that in comparison to these other ninety nine dollar smart speakers. It is certainly the smallest of the three. This is a tiny little Sort of naval orange sized smart speaker and so one might think that you know. There's not a whole lot going on in terms of audio. But i have found that it is actually quite powerful. Despite the fact that it is small it has a driver and two passive radiators inside to help provide some base in the device and then on top. You've got capacitive touch with the volume up and volume down buttons actually etched into the surface. This appear becomes the area where you can touch to control it now again. No physical touch controls so not as accessible and then when we look on the back yet again there is no way to connect anything to it. You have to use air. Play to be able to play music podcasts etc to this device or communicate with a directly and let it be the the way to communicate now. Interestingly whereas the other two feature the little plugs on the back of the device itself This device the homepod mini comes with a cord and on the other side of the cord is usb c. This is a usb c cable that you plug into the included. Twenty watt charger. Or you can use your own personal. Eighteen watt charger to provide audio to to provide power to this. So let's talk about which one makes sense for you. I'm here is kind of how i look at these. Just just talking specifically about a rather broadly about the different types of devices to kind of how help yourself kind of understand where each fits if you are an android user and you're big in the google camp. Then the nest audio is immediately the winner if you are an apple user and you're big in the irs and mac os and tv os and apple. Tv are the ipod. Os or apple. Watch os then. The homepod mini is the immediate winner. But if you don't fit into either of those camps really and you sort of use some ios devices. use some google devices. Then you might be right in the middle here with the new echo. The fourth generation echo. But things get a little bit more complicated because it is easy to choose between these two whether you homepod mini or nest audio based on what you What devices you mostly use whereas when does the recommendation make the most sense for the echo. Fourth gen well. That makes the most sense. If you're looking for a device that lets you both pipe in audio physically and pipe out audio physically. So if you want a way to make your beautiful sounding smarts or rather your beautiful sounding speakers in your home Have smarts then. The echo is the way to go because you can actually connect it. Then you get alien and all the functions that that provides but you get to hear it on your incredible sound system
Keith Morrison reads Dr. Seuss How The Grinch Stole Christmas
"How the grinch stole christmas by dr seuss. Every who down in whoville light. Christmas a lot but the grinch live just north of veal did not the grinch hated christmas whole christmas season. Please don't ask why no one quite knows. The reason it could be as head wasn't screwed on just right it could be. Perhaps his shoes are too tight. But i think that the most likely reason of all may have been that. His heart was two sizes too small. Whatever the reason is hard or shoes. He stood there on christmas eve. Hating the who's staring down from his cave with a sour grinchey frown. The warm lighted windows below on the town for he knew every who down in whoville beneath was busy now hanging mistletoe wreath and they're hanging stockings. E snarled with a sneer. Tomorrow is christmas it practically here. Then he growled with his grinch figures nervously drumming. I must find some way to stop christmas from a main for tomorrow. He knew all the who girls and boys would wake brighton early. They'd rush for their toys and then whole the noise show the noise. Doi's noise noise. That's one thing. He hated the noise. Noise noise noise. Then the who's young and old would sit down to a feast. And they feast on they feast and they feast. Feast feast feast. They would feast on who pudding and rare who rose beast which was something that grinch couldn't stand in the least and then they do something he liked. Leashed all every who down in whoville. The tall and this mall would stand close together with christmas bells ringing. They'd stand hand in hand and who's would start singing. They'd sing sing sing. sing sing. Sang and the more the grinch thought of the who christmas saying the more the grinch thought. I must stop this whole thing. Why for fifty three years. I've put up with it now. I'm must stop christmas from coming. But how then he got an idea. An awful idea the grinch gonna wonderful off idea. I know just what to do. The grinch laughed in his throat and he made a quick santa claus hat and a coat and he chuckled and clucked. What a great grinchey trick with this code in this hat. I'll look just like saint. Nick all i need a reindeer. The grinch looked around but since reindeer are scarce there were none to be found. Did that stop the old grinch. No the grinch simply said if. I can't find a reindeer make quan instead. So he called his dog max then. He took some red thread and he tied bighorn on the top of his head. Then he loaded some bags and symbols empty sacks on a ramshackle sleigh and he hitched up old. Max then the grinch said got up and the slaves started down toward the homes. Where the who's they snooze in their town all their windows were dark quiet. Snow filled the air. And the who's were all dreaming sweet dreams without care when it came to the little house on the square. This is stop number one. The old grinchey clause est any climbed to the roof. Empty bags his fist then. He slid down the chimney around tight pinch but if santa could do it then socal the grinch he got stuck only once for a moment or two then. He stuck his head out of the fireplace flu where the little who stockings all hung in a row. These stockings grin are the first things to go. Then he slithered and slunk with a smile most unpleasant around the whole route and he took every president. Pop guns bicycles roller-skates drums checkerboards tricycles popcorn plums. And he stuffed them in day than the grinch buried nibley stuff dole the bags one by one then. He slumped to the ice box. He took the who feast. He took a who pudding. He took the roast beast. He cleaned out the icebox. Quick flash way the grinch even took the last can of who hash
Chronic Disengagement - Changing the World for the Better
"About education So no judge is is is is a breath of fresh air really for everyone who is vaguely or deeply concerned With young children and young people whether the five ten fifteen twenty five who've become do fractured away from the education. Second situa- that it's developed into a thing that chronic so we look in children have become long-term disengagement the education system not just the sector but the system that is an incredibly rich system for children so much growing takes place in an education is also this movement of fresh air for everyone but it's a movement of like minded professionals who believe in the power of conductivity and that we should be professionally approximately set of professionally distance from those guys. So for example. I was not long ago on a very permanent city. In the midland's An assault with his family in the middle of this particular neighborhood I can see a tree. I didn't say grass. I walked into the house. Does were that mocks of people punching it assault and the smell was wasn't so welcoming to my particular perspective what a soul was complete broken So that's what we call professional proximity we sit with it with smell it with. We live with it. We create that empathy -education where we can. We can try as much as we can. As much as we were able to. Rio moved. incon- eight without particular thing and from that particular grassroots point. Using whatever it is that we do the technicalities which everybody's jonah anyway. Things like sessions blondes. But he stopped particular emphasis on. We've got to embrace it as as our own. it's all very well being saudi. Now kind of nice clean education offices or whatever it is but it's for notification is is. It's all about bhavan the people out there. Where amasses creating that connective conductivity with young people and their families and then the professional proximity to the den gives gives us an indication that what it is that will take for repair every so often often what he takes us a really kind hearts open mind aunt And a comfortable shoulder. Really official in plano so Yes breath of fresh air which also a movement of like minded professionals from the these as from from from this sometimes over this coach for all the way through to the south coast catch to brighton to cluster to you know so and everywhere else in between is fascinating and it is taking shape. It's it's it's running it's rainy. It's running wild all we need to do is to run with it. control it. So i'd said how long has not been in existence diego. Give us a sense of this cut. So i started no jr education out of particular frustration with the way that we will look in after the most vulnerable. So let me rephrase it. I i starts notification about five years ago and i was a single practitioner. Those make and i saw that. I had a bit of a knack to engaging with those couldn't necessarily engage with anybody else. I didn't know what it was about my practice. That was effective. Now do with help of others. We've unpack no just my just but what it is about the informed my practice it previous experiences and so when offered our networks this boy and middlesbrough five years ago. It's called him. Bob for now. And bob was was was described. Ferrell on and nobody can engage in from thirteen minutes before he is potentially dangerous to suffer this He before he got the had previously harmed quite substantially in animal pet from the Foster parents that lived with the poor dog at his is one of his legs amputated. Is we re all tall environment. So when you when you met with our kind of description you expect that kind of behavior you don't you had to put myself in any shoes and thinking. actually what's the story. The story daddy's boy who observed high levels of violence at home from from day one. It was the only child three. Who's taken out of was taken into care it'd been three different guy placements Exposed to all kinds of caribbean sexual events. Aunt child that needs to be to us to have to fight his sister for a biscuit which was a form of entertainment for darden and as friends towards the two of them fight. Anyway i saw. That isn't so the boy whose federal and nobody can engage with us. That's not the boy that i'm thinking about. I'm thinking about the boards that is broken and craving has not known love yet of potentially is not had fun of free play or whatever it is autonomy not process or actually states is boy gets is one. It's a really low on the main on states but when you pass around like you do as a child and of course for the sake of safety sometimes within limit within the limits of human capacity in patients of course people can't send me something but for that boy it was it was hard life was life wasn't worth living
Alderman’s Chicago ward office vandalized for 3rd time this year
"Alderman Raymond Lopez of the 15th Ward says his office was vandalized again, he says it happened around 10:30 P.m. on Thursday at the office near 47th and California and the Brighton Park neighborhood Surveillance video captures three men throwing pieces of brick or concrete through the office windows before fleeing Lopez tweeting If you know who these men are come forward. And it will be kept confidential
Chicago Alderman Raymond Lopez says 15th Ward office in Brighton Park vandalized for 3rd time this year
"Office of Chicago Alderman Raymond Lopez has been hit again by Vandals. Security video shows three people throwing bricks or concrete through the glass windows of the office last night before running away. WGN's Eric Wrong is outside the Brighton Park office this morning that has been hit now several times over the last few months. This summer is office was hit twice, and in July, Vandals threw bricks through a window at his home and also said his neighbor's garage on fire he believes gangs are targeting him. In an attempt to intimidate him. Lopez, a frequent critic of the mayor, once again called on her and the police superintendent to doom or an
US jobless claims increase to 742,000 as pandemic worsens
"Jobless claims last week was 742,000. About 35,000 Maura than analysts predicted. Last week's increase of 31,000 claims is the first time we've seen claims go up in nine weeks now. Some of this, of course, is side to the increase in Corona virus infections as a number of states clamp down their economies to control the spread, and with even more recent restrictions, just announced The number of jobless claims in the weeks ahead seems likely to go up layoffs or in the wind that Vestas wind systems in Brighton Company makes blades for wind turbines and says it will lay off
"brighton" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"You and your Chelsea supporting brethren come together every week when it's safe to. Okay. It is segment three. We had a great interview with Lee Parker in the show we broke down the Brighton matches. Best is pretty much anyone. I've ever heard breakdown a match against Brighton Chris Wittingham, but the time is here. Liverpool preview time and I got level with your brother. Chris. My Body's not ready for Liverpool Chelsea this picture could've waited a little bit but here we are thrown into the deep end and questions about player availability in this match. We waited out on taping this this episode of Chelsea miked up as late as we could to see if we can get any late nuggets about Christian Pulisic availability but all there was really was this sound from Frank Lampard nothing much has changed on that front Christian Yeah Christian was trying to move this last week. He had a little bit discomfort. Companies is very strong to you know trying to, Dawson being contention Pittsburgh I would have been a big also today that's just a few steps back. So I would have to say too. So that's one. Don't have big news on a minute who say don't want to spend too much time prolific as we don't really know that he is there but this is a match against Liverpool and I was watching men in Blazers on peacock following that Brighton Match and Jurgen Klopp made me smile ear being Chelsea Fan, which is hard to do for Liverpool manager because Roger Bennett asked Jurgen klopp about Christian Pulisic performance. The last time he played Liverpool at Anfield you remember he came on as a sub completely changed the match almost single handedly made that match level and has a tremendous question of your club and I thought Chelsea fans might find this sound. Cool. So here it is courtesy of men in Blazers. Didn't stop. videogame on unbelievable the plays I knew. Sixteen very, very young and joint training on. It was like in a comic a little boy, the ball five six or players want to get it, and then in the end you see only us and one is coming out and was Christian. So I knew it will be agreeable loft work together with the Murphy state but lives.
"brighton" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"The opportunity to interview him several times and I sorta noticed towards the tail end the confidence on the field was also projecting itself in some interviews and he's getting a little bit more used to it. You've built up these relationships with these players. It's a lot of them when it comes to the media obligations when football is supposed to be their life, how much? How rigorous is just being a? Professional for a nineteen year old man very good question. I think some of them find it more comfortable than others I don't think I'm talking about when when I say that but I think a lot of credit especially with the younger players like you mentioned there certainly the ones that come through the academy a lot of credit asked to go to new off Jim Fraser in the guise behind the scenes at the academy because not only do they put the work in on the pitch, they put the work in the extracurricular stuff as well. So they have bespoke media training for these kids they have a lot of. Things that you wouldn't. You wouldn't think about how to deal with with money and and problems that they'll. They'll do with with the press and all these things that go into being a top player top professional when they make the mooted move across the road to the first team building it's already there you speak to Ruben off the cheek Cam Hudson Door Mason Mount people this they just click and they get it straight to y so full credit to them and four credits the training that's given to them behind the scenes and I think from an in house TV channel I often say to some of these boys signing the first pro contracts and further down the line. Utilize us. Yes. It's great because we are going to get great access content that sounds a little cynical. Of course bar I think we have a duty of care towards these boys as well because. If, they can't trust us who can they trust? You know I want them to be able to sit down and do an interview with US knowing full well, we're not going to throw them under the bus if they say something that maybe isn't quite right than we should be the ones say, Hey, you know what? We're not gonNA use this answer and give them a reason why and help them with. Training and the understanding, and this I think it's also the case with some of the boys that have come to the club quite young at NASA odd..
"brighton" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"Let's talk about our man of the match and we were getting pretty close to the time where we had to do this because otherwise, we would have sounded crazy here on Chelsea Mike saying this was coming, but you can see him hunting for it trying to be a little bit more aggressive in. Going for gold, we know in that boot, there is magic from Reese James. We saw a goal that you look you can't count on that goal all the time that is a special moment, and it's already a goal the year contender from reese. James and hopefully, there is stiff competition from his own teammates in that regard but this player in the attack is special special and there was Another special player at that same position, a former Chelsea player and Tariq Lamti who made it appearance in a memorable personal match from last year Lam ass for transfer. Why? Because of what you saw from Reese James he realized there wasn't a True Path to first team minutes as long as reese James lived and breathed and a special player. This is quite the weapon if he can improve. In, the offensive aspects of that came and maybe he doesn't if he can give you what he gives you in the attack with a little bit more consistency man do Chelsea had a very special weaponry shames and match experience is going to allow him to grow in that defensive area playing in a back line with Tiago Silva will help him grow and develop and if he can give. You goals on top of that maybe even he ends up in trial Arnold, territories taking free kicks from that kind of range because he's such a good striker of a ball, he's always going to get you good crosses down that right hand side and good service. But I think one of the things that we look towards last season is those individual moments of quality that got victories it. Just didn't seem like Chelsea had those in them and I think in this game getting one from Reese James is a sign that maybe you will see more of those and weeks to come and say, all right. This doesn't look Great Brighton of equalize. We need a moment and reach James gave you a moment and already has given you a goal this season candidate and Chris more excited. About what I didn't see in that match. Then when I saw this is why the whole three one victory at Brighton has me so happy because I know in my mind what Chelsea's first team should look like at least what the experts think you mean it tell me Chelsea you're going to be going up matches where it's re shames lining up on the same side as a team. And then the pace and skill on the.
"brighton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Brighton Hey Ellen welcome your next to the ring central nice alkaline Hey thank you very much I don't know if anyone's address this point because I wasn't able start listening at the beginning of your show but a couple things I think some number of people who refuse vaccines may not be aware of one thing is that people who refuse vaccines are only safe because so many other people are vaccinated heard the herd mentality in unity right so that's one thing and the other thing and on this I speak from personal experience the winter of twenty eighteen twenty seventeen and possibly twenty sixteen I don't remember exactly I had switched certainly for two years in a row I had I got the flu one year I had the flu shot and document and got the flu anyway any of the year I hadn't but in both cases it progressed to pneumonia serious serious medical problem yep so it progression ammonia and one of the things one of my doctor said to me was you know people don't die from the flu people die from pneumonia even like the great Spanish flu pandemic in nineteen eighteen those people didn't all died because they had the flu it progressed in ammonia and accidents were killed but I think a lot of people who are refusing the vaccines aren't aware of but that's still when I think about it that's a misleading so I mean you is accurate but is misleading meaning if the flu has the potential to go to pneumonia which can kill people and I think kills more people than we realize particularly the elderly did you wanna stay away from the flow unassuming despite your mixed X. set of experiences you still take a flu shot every year I still I still do I still do but I think some people aren't aware that it's possible for the flu to progress no doubt about that in the flu in itself is a miserable experience it is it is a miserable experience and at the menu was worse no doubt about that thank you Ellen appreciate thank you let that you're survived and you are doing thank you that's good down the plane bill I know we're playing bill is going to talk with a lineup aligning you are what beautiful name you are next in the ring central US I call on the line how are you I'm good how are you doing just great what's your thought on this subject thanks to be honest with you but I do believe that people should have a choice in terms of but if they have a choice I do believe that people should there should be some sort of licensing requirements and terms and like continual education I have a son good music and it completely compromised and when we ran our doctors history it triggered back to back I don't think he was vaccine injured by any means but I think it was back each record in terms of how our time line that up so far Hammond vaccines won't really work the way that they're supposed to do because to the new system is not working the way that hope no limit let me ask for so how old is your son alone he's bad nine and ten okay are you saying that did since birth he's had a problem with we have with the efficiency of vaccines are you saying something happened subsequent into his birth that now makes compromises his system is compromised regarding that exceeds I'm I'm I'm I'm I'm not sure I put you on the spot a mask in an honest curious question I'd awaited his vaccines I'd at at the time I was a hundred and ten percent on board with vaccines I thought the people that were against vaccine for like the crazy cult kind of people however I did understand that in my research that delayed schedule made sense as he got older when he was five doing the delayed schedule wasn't at what that helping and I didn't see any adverse effect with the delayed schedule so I bottom in first appointment and they gave I think it was about four shot all at once which typically I would have done the lady but I felt like he was five and we were good unfortunately that kind of came in that we back test on the site how do you think did you made a mistake in delaying hit the onset of his inoculations his vaccinations no I don't believe I made a mistake we still did it within a required time I worked with his pediatrician on it but we just didn't do it you know like all of them at one right yeah and I'm not trying to put you on the spot here I'm just trying to understand do you feel any conscience paintings at this point to say Gee I wish I got him thanks in either earlier because it sounds to me like you're saying that the fact that the vaccinations were delayed now have has because some complications going forward I should've been more specific I he had his ad in vaccination like his one year I can have them throughout that the five year if they were to be out because you have to there are multiple one that you have to get that I don't have a record out in front of me well I don't know I'm so I know exactly I had kids if you can't get a mall one day you got to go to space them out okay so yeah you know what like he got like five in one like at three months he still had as you got what I'll whatever shy he had them at four months we went and got another shot and hello so tell me how you guys are good for you confuse me so therefore he now is five and you think that he's got a problem with the efficacy of the efficiency of vaccinations is that what you're telling me so because we delayed them his first like three years space them out I should say not to leave them the space them out I thought you know at that time because he was getting he was he seemed fine that we could do all four at one and there would be no issue that makes sense I think it does I think I think I finally got it a lot of thank you very much appreciate your call wait wait can I just say one one thing I'm going to be quite yes so I just believe that if people keep that open minded that not everyone has a new system that functioned properly the bat it's not that we're in a creepy cult because I can see how they can help others but it's just that some individuals that have genetic issues have chronic autoimmune diseases and things like that those are the those of the population the people that have a hard time with the vaccine all right here while I got it thank you a lot of pre sheet you call good night eight six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine to nineteen thirty I think I understand what she was saying I'm not exactly sure feel free to join the conversation and help me out if you or someone who is skeptical of vaccinations feel free if you or someone like me who believes in vaccinations and I do believe in vaccinations I I don't have any real medical statistical information to share with you to try to persuade you or convention I just think it's common sense if we have medical breakthroughs that in countries around the world with there are no vaccines available people died of a lot of the diseases we don't have to worry about mmhm am I being overly simplistic six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine to thirty from trying to get through dialing now got a couple of lines for the first time in the first ninety minutes of the show back on night side right after this nice site with Dan.
"brighton" Discussed on KGO 810
"I have three healthy happy and visit Brighton beach Brooklyn if you can and you know is that if you can't for Russia you're right thank you you still have a great weekend yourself that opens a line at eight zero eight zero eight one zero now in Michael Bloomberg defense I think it's pretty clear I'm not necessarily a fan per se I'm I'm at best in different but he did sign the giving pledge the giving pledge is not binding you don't have to live up to any of a what it is it's a campaign that tells wealthy people you know what you got a lot and you need to share it so they make this philanthropic promise that says we are going to give away half of our net worth and take half of everything we own and give it away for philanthropic reasons apple entropy has some interesting twists and turns to it so you could say that's a little bit squishy little bit squeegee it doesn't say who has to donate to or how much per company or whether even has any screening involved but the fact is willing to do that another hyper rich don't even bother that says a lot to me too on that note you might want to look for yourself with the patriotic millionaires I love I'm on their mailing list I absolutely love them and and they are with the say they think that and that's something that will tell you flat out the world that gave them the money that they now have is an unfair world and they would like to change the playing field so that there are fewer of them and more people of moderate means who are secure that's a lot to say I mean that's quite a statement to say yes I made my money in this country I'm glad I have my money look I'm calling myself a millionaire but you know what we're doing it wrong and we need to take care of our American people who aren't necessarily millionaires I just find that a fascinating concept when I first heard them I just what a marvelous thing to give back and I'll tell you there are countries of the kind of what a lot of people will dismiss as socialism especially the Nordic countries where there are millionaires there are multimillionaire should think in with these being called socialist countries you think that they had to give away everything they don't know the reason they are there the reason they stay there and pay in taxes more than anyone with indoor in America where unfortunately we've gotten used to a very low tax rate the reason they are happy to stay there and share the wealth through taxes is because their kids go to school for free the adults who choose to change their careers go back to school for free health care is paid for the basic expenses of living in becoming and staying a productive member of society in good health an adequate wealth is all taking care of so they stay there that's where they stay when they could come to America and keep a lot for their pocket give away a lot less in taxes and they're staying put they're proud and happy in their country this can work and you often hear well that's because a smaller scale you can never skillet up to America yeah you can't in the time that George Lakoff was writing his book about this he saw emissaries from China who were there to learn what aspect of the Nordic economies could transfer to China and believing that it could do so he talked to some of them they're very optimistic if China extrapolate these good things and bring them home surely we can I mean our stated drives are considerably different in size I would be more in favor of such a thing there you go eight you're not patriotic millionaires another billion air moving into the political book moving back in his case into the political arena there you go find out what John Rothman is up to he's got his life program tonight coming up here on KGO eight ten let's say you just bought a house.
"brighton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Music by poppy Aykroyd she is from Brighton England pianist producer composer violinist as well some percussion not just at work there an element along with of the piano ambience and the electronics at work here the there's piece also is called reputation time which ties from this her to twenty the eighteen so called record minimalist called resolved movement before of that the nineteen from sixties Belgium and we seventies heard Christina von and that sue combination and a piece of about ambient the loosening music and minimalism of time as she puts has turned it out it's to called be some limited a and pretty waning productive memory musical and it place comes from her album and especially called this simply combination number of piano four in electronics again is music one that with people piano keep coming and back electronics to as you'll hear and in the some next hour some on vocals this edition as of well new sounds inspired by her study I'm John of renaissance Schaefer and music will be listening to if some you're familiar music that with Brian varies Eno's music from for airports the timeless Christina von suse to peace music might that have reminded is really rooted you of part two and of propulsive that you know classic rhythms and we but will be hearing all of some it of that built around to wrap up this combination edition of new of piano sounds electronics so we'll occasionally bracket other the show instruments with that combination and all of of piano it concerned with electronics kind of setting and wordless and voices sustaining the mood but right and now ambience here's we'll another hear works early by ambient poppy Aykroyd music from work England from Brian all the for email Arnold's and from Harold Iceland Budd the American Serra pianist divide she and here composer in the states so again music from sticking with grand this tried brothers and true to do combination well out of diesel of piano door for and Germany electronics and the a album little bit was of music called from the you plateaus knows ambient of music mirror classic and it was the second called music album for airports in you but knows will ambient begin music series with with Christina Harold Budd playing von the sue piano from and Belgium you know following along from an album with called bits number of four electronics which I'm going to assume and is her occasionally fourth album affecting and altering the piece is called the sound some of limited the piano and wailing in this piece memory called an arc and of Vance doves who describes the piano this has piece an unnatural as being about Lee bright quote and the tinny loosening almost metallic of time sound so from the album she's the plateaus really playing of against mirror one of the by fundamental Harold Budd aspects and of Brian music Eno which is dividing up time that's how you get rhythm that's how you get motion and momentum so listen to this piece by by Christina von too and then especially in contrast to the work by poppy Ackroyd that we'll hear after that her pieces called time and it is all about momentum and propulsion same instruments piano and synthesizer some percussion as well and that comes from poppy Ackroyd's twenty eighteen record called resolve so here two contrasting approaches to time the first this loosening of time from Christina von sue.
"brighton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Pot of what is today? Brighton became known as Allston because of the post office it was day for Washington Allston the great painter of the nineteenth century, but Allston Brighton are two contiguous neighborhoods now somewhat separate but equal under the auspices of Brighton of eighteen o seven, but you realize subways that adjacent to the city of Boston, especially on Kabulov avenue. It reaches all the way to the Newton border. And in that aspect today. It is a place that has every demographic every age group. It has wonderful students from various universities, both as undergraduate graduate students and a wonderful overlay of people that have called Brighton. Allston home for decades. And there's an area called LA lower Allston. Rocks was called LA rock city lower Austin because a lot of bands. That's right live there. One observation doesn't you can follow up. If you like so the. It was a cattle area even before the railroads came. And I thought maybe there's a Cadillac area because of the railroad. But no, it must have been a place that was on the trail where they would drive the cattle from somewhere else. Well, they did. And they were market days. In the surprising thing is Brighton centers today, thriving thoroughfare. It's Washington street chestnut hill avenue and market street and the name market street came from the cattle market, and what is today roughly the site of.