20 Burst results for "Caceres"

"caceres" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

03:43 min | 7 months ago

"caceres" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"Oh, bad. Listen. I think Alex caceres, I think we have to admit that Alex caceres is now just a stepping stone guy. One 5 in a row though. Before that. I mean, but against two, that's what I'm saying. He's a stepping stone guy. He's let's see what the, all right, we'll give him Alex, Alex is a little weird and a little rainy. And if he can get past him, then we'll give me somebody real. And I think that's because when he comes when he fights guys like this, like Sadiq who we were right around where he's at a little bit better than him, he ends up getting he ends up losing. He ends up getting his butt kicked. I feel like he was like that guy and then he started beating the guys and then people started taking them seriously, but this guy's Sadiq is just, I think he's just a badass. He's just a fucking badass. By the way, listen, Alex had all the range to beat it. He had everything he needed to beat this guy and Sadiq managed to neutralize that and beat him up really good. So I don't know. I don't know. That's why Alex looks when he has to go against somebody that's a little bit higher ranked than him. I think that tells you what you need to know. I mean, about where Alex really is. So by the way, rest in peace to one of my favorite wrestlers, razor Ramon who died. I saw that. I was looking at last night I got into a deep dive of razor Ramon videos, you know? So I didn't even know he was on Twitter. And somebody writes on Twitter one time, they go, hey, this has been a great day for me. I met the bad guy, raised a ramone, right? So like the bag, it was the bad guy. Say he writes, it's bad guy you dumb.

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"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

GayBarchives Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

"Projects that you portrayed a gate character. That must feel good to. I would say most. If not all of my characters have been in the queer world all definitely definitely a large majority But i think people are starting to realize that it's not a fad. We fist were here to stay. And we have relevant stories to audit than like coming out getting kicked out finding drugs and dying of aids which is a very valid. It happens way too often but it's there are other stories that we can tell. There are other forms of living queer life at don't always have to be negative or comedic agree. In fact that's part of the reason this project started for me I was reminiscent a couple of years ago. About the first mega bar. That i went to Which was of our callback street in atlanta. And i remember when i walked in there. Was there with my boyfriend to celebrate year's weekend. We had traveled from nashville to atlanta for the weekend and It was so amazing that we literally decided before we left atlanta that we were moving to atlanta and we went out and rented apartment. Got utilities turned on. I went to a job interview. Got hired and then we went to nashville and the following weekend we moved to atlanta because with the bar and i got to thinking about all those old bars that you know like you talking about disco teke. That was an amazing experience. That was just mind boggling to see a bar that big not fabulous and yet what ten years later. Nobody's gonna remember it because it's not recorded that part of our history was just abandon people wanna talk about. Who is the activist or who is in the closet or you know who got killed because they were gay or what politics were going on and the bar scene which was such a big part of of building..

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"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

GayBarchives Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

"Best and he was really kinda cool. So what is. i know. You've got a couple of other projects that you've been working on lately. What is coming up next for you. What should we look for after. We explore the jason cassara dot com website. And find all things to all the stuff that you've done are some really cool. I really enjoyed watching some of his little video clips of you doing all kinds of things on there. I mean there's some great material on your website for people who really want to get an overview of what different kinds of things you've done in your career but What are you looking forward to. What comes next after waco through the series. Yes so i just shot a small role on this major. Hulu show coming out soon. Called pam and tommy which chronicles the life of pamela anderson and tommy lee during their major sex tape scandal. Rick what can i say during their major sex tape scandal So i have a small role in an really excited for that to come out. I don't know when the release date is but it'll be on hulu major screening form I also have really exciting news about a series called demon hunter That i am in. It's kind of like a clear horror anthology of sorts. It's buffy vampire slayer meets. Something very gay needs something very famous so like a gate of vampires here is currently in talks to be picked up by a major streaming site. That's all i can say but it's very funny scary at some points but also very sexy I play a psychic. Go go boy named alejandro back to to tie that back into me playing a lot of gogo boys not saying i'm being typecast but it is what it is. So that's very exciting. And then i'm starting work on a new series in november Open to it Which follows the lives of This gay couple who is in the process of figuring out whether an open relationship work for them or not. It's each episode tackles difference Stigmas difference Relationship types in cave navigates that world a little bit so we see this couple struggle through. Should they do it or not. Basically that sounds really interesting. And you've obviously got nestle connections with some people who are ingrained in the gay movie scene. I know with allen broke. I think everything he's ever done has been gate production of some sort on even starting going all the way back to rain. Steve in a matthew redmond has a little bit different portfolio. when he's done some. But if i'm gonna take it he didn't he right Encyclopaedia madonna pretty. I guess on counselors game. Yeah the rent tedium. Monica the instagram. So definitely following there on..

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"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

GayBarchives Podcast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

"Personality. I don. I was a little strange to me and it was. It was interesting to see that in the in the new series as carried it. Sounds like he could have been reading lines from the original. The original movie. I mean access not changed as far as the way. He approaches life for talks about his experiences. Much at all which is a good thing. Because it's the whole concept is this is a continuation of the original movie. I noticed that in a one of the segments of Of white culture the series. You also have the pleasure of a interacting with an actor that you have sort of impersonated in the past In one of the segments steve. Grand is the focal character. And you actually played steve grand younger. Steve grant in story about so i did. What was that like working within the first time. Trying to be a mini. How and then working with him again. So steve grand of he wrote this fantastic post after the reeling film festival in chicago where he mentioned a our work in the past made a comment about how no one should ever forget that he gave me my first job and i laughed. That was like it's true. Seed grant gave me my first acting job when had just moved to los angeles. I think i had been here. Not even two months a month a month and a half and i had seen this edition posting They had a picture of the artist. looking for a younger version of this artist for his music video. They saw the picture. I kind of see it. I think maybe short. Why not so. I sent him a picture and they called me. They're like you're dead ringer. You look exactly like him. You have the same thick eyebrows. Great ain't sure so. He gave me my first acting job. It was a two day shoots a net him on the first day. obviously he was a. Wow this look exactly like me. And like i don't know maybe i'm more attractive. I'm getting it was a joke and it was a. He was very sweet kind of shy. I don't know if he still is but he was very i. I was also very shy. He had he was blowing up. He had just come off a all american boy. His first major viral music video in the media was like painting him as the first openly. Gay country singer first openly gay country singer. And i remember talking about it and he was like i'm not a country singer. I had one song. The kind of sounded like country. I don't know why they keep saying it was like i don't know man. Just write it out. Take the press for what it is of. So that was great and then fast forward..

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"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

GayBarchives Podcast

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

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"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

GayBarchives Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

"It to be. He's had rocco's open for a few years now in west hollywood ryan. It's right across where rage used to be and rocco's is a great time a little overpriced. But i mean what can you expect. It's a great time. it's a fun. Daytime restaurant that eventually turns into a nightclub. They remove all the tables for inside. They put up. Stages have the google voice to have the great lighting. They have the videos. Rage was kind of i never really liked rage. Greatly enjoyed rocco's rage was kind of like it. Maybe it's because. I was older when i moved out here but rage was eighteen and over club. They had a lot of like eighteen year old themed nights. Like a gameboy night It was just which is fine for the eighteen year olds. Not really my you know. Especially since i moved out here in my mid twenties kind of would like to nothing against i mean i would go out bar hopping at eighteen also but i also like partaking with people of my own age demographic of so i never really went to rage. I can only expect it to now. Mirror with rock was already is just at a different tier. You know maybe turns out a little bit more. He's some of the early press releases i saw about it kind of claim that it's going to be the most fabulous bar in the country. I don't know what's gonna make it fabulous. It's not huge the spaces and you know isn't anywhere near what you're familiar with from disco or studio one which used to be the big club there but i don't know what lance has up sleep I haven't been able to talk to him. I interviewed him years ago just before he had michael got married have not talked to him recently. So i don't know any of the inside scoop on what's going on there. But i'm really excited that he's doing something because i think that's an important part of our of our culture the gay culture you know ours that are opening up now after having so many that have closed down either because of kobe or because of lack of interest or because of gentrification. It's nice to know that somebody who is.

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"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

GayBarchives Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

"People Do something actively your community and it's Sponsored by this actually this bar also recently closed due to endemic It was called. Jim barr sponsored. This league so on sundays we would sometimes start at jim bar because they a sponsor so after the game we start there. They gave the losing team a pitcher of beer as a consolation prize. So the losers got free alcohol. I know it just made sense as we start there. Then we'd always end at the by you because it was kind of like a local west. Hollywood far I'm not sure if you've been out bar hopping in west hollywood. But of course there's the abbey there's rocco's now mickey's they're all super touristy. Now yes so. They're not really like the local. La gay community. There's a lot of which nothing wrong with a lot of tourists that come in like spectate. That's not what i like. Do i don't i don't like to be made a spectacle of When i go out and drink which i find some people come to la for a week and they wanna go to abbie. 'cause it's famous as great But the value was kind of more low key. Just a one room kind of bar had great happy hours Four dollar walderings The appetizers were i believe anywhere from five to six dollars so we get our losing pitcher veered. Sometimes we lost on purpose at jim bar and head over as soon as i was finished and spend maybe like twenty bucks each on an endless amount of drinks and cheesy fries and a bunch of stuff. We just spend the entire way too much time the entire day at the value. It was a good time is a good time kind of miss it. I don't think they're still doing those pens. Obvious reasons but hopefully i. I would like to eventually go back to playing kickball with varsity gay leagues because it was such a great way to connect with people in my community. Also is also kind of an anomaly in west hollywood because from what i remember many of the west hollywood ours are all about you. Know kinda reminds me of dallas is all about attitude and appearance and you know obviously the name implies already but it reminds me of bars from The french quarter new.

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"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

GayBarchives Podcast

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

"With the hawaiian shirts But i do when. I first started like promoting my my films and tv shows. That i was on. I noticed that all the men looked the same at these events Other red carpet fashion is the same for men so i specifically ventured out like what can i wear that would make a statement bring some attention but also represents my personality and who i am as person because our clothing is just another outlet for our artistry and then i came upon this company called goofy on amazon. Oh i'm kind of fighting with all of us. There's like a lot of mesh lace. Some leather sequins twitter and it's male clothing. That isn't just a boring tuxedo. Of so i started wearing those and then they did really well on instagram. So it's like i need more anymore. Validation from social media because i'm a millennial and that's kind of like how it evolved. How does your your personality today. Compared to like when you're sixteen seventeen years old before you went out to your first now. I experience disco tech. Were you As open and flamboyant and in a in your face with your fashion as you are now. But i know you said the first time you went to just tacky you're wearing layer polo shirts. So i'm guessing this came after that is did come after that but i would say that my personality and clothing. What inspires me to pick. My closing options has stayed relatively the same. I'm cuban which is already a flamboyant culture as it is So there wasn't a lot of like venturing outside of my comfort zone is just that back then. When i was sixteen seventeen in my mind i thought polo shirts was like a cool fashion choice. I'm going to stick out because that's something you only saw on. Television shows like nine. Oh two one zero lizzy mcguire or i'm trying to think what shows were airing back One tree hill..

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"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

GayBarchives Podcast

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

"You're you're not part of you know my family. But i'm gonna treat you like such a great so i do remember. Sasha lords teepee lord's being performers at a guide. I think they performed a few times discotheque. A the one drag lean. Who really stood out to me was. Her name is milan. she's like an icon in miami. She still performs She pretty recently fully transitioned. I'm not sure if she still does drag amazing she actually. I met her on my first night at discotheque. A and she gave me drink tickets. Also give me your phone number was a very welcoming Ever needed anything. Please reach out. She still to this day sometimes. Shares myself on facebook. Congratulates me on any bookings shows or anything. That i'm on a very. I remember it fondly. It was a very warm and welcoming time in my coming out process. So i have a lot of fun. Memories of both of those spices mistaken. Milan sita as a A daytime profession also does like graphic designer something You know her. I know her because You probably didn't know this. But the logos for a mecca and disco taka and all. Those were all designed by millan. Sita and if you look at some of the flyers for their events her name appears on their numerous times. And i think they had several of her big birthday parties at disco teke when they were still open does. She's pretty well tied to. She's she's got a history places so spoken to her. If i believe. I have If i'm a stake in unlike you she's still sounds like maybe just off the boat. He has very strong Accent which he managed to not to not have probably through many years of voice training. And i was also. I was born in the united states. I was first generation Born in the united states Started learned english as a second language because my parents are cuban immigrants But yet she she still has very sexy bic latin accent because everybody baby sweetheart and it's she's says the biggest heart ever seen on the planet like she will give you the dress offer back if you need it mentioned to me Alexis lowered lords and known. I gotta ask you this question when you were hanging around them and they were kind of taking their wings but they never convince you to do dry. I never know. I've done dr wines for a short film i was about to say i've never done drag but i've done drag once for a short film. It was about three years ago. I have never felt the need or urge to dress in drag. It's just not My mail presenting closing is already very flamboyant as it is. I just never felt comfortable. In women's clothing high heels. Look at our tortuous. I congratulate anybody who can spend longer than thirty minutes in them. It's it's not something that i would find appealing or something that would complete me in this stage in my life. Obviously i can't speak for the future people change but no i've never. I never really did drag..

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"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

GayBarchives Podcast

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

"Of all kinds of subcategories in the mix and it was massive so the capacity was much larger. I guide was kind of more lake. County fair in comparison to disneyland where it's still a great time by much less people caters to a very specific demographic being latinos so the music was always a lot of fun But definitely completely different. By it was it was not kind of like circuit in any way of it was much more like dome. Inside inside mitigate. So lots of better. Dancing i would say Less people it was never really crowded. It was much more homey than discotheque. os now. There was also from what i've seen in in the research that i've done. There was one dry-cleaned there and i've seen performance several video clips on youtube and elsewhere who almost seemed to be like a comedy drag queen. She had like bucky and kind of really funky hair but trying to look a little. Like i don't know like charro meets how duty it was a really strange theory member any of that always her like comedy drag or or serious ryan or i there was dragged. There was definitely drag for sure I don't really have a specific memory of the comedy queen that you're referring to I do I do have a few memories of like teepee p lords. Sasha lords performing. I got kind of close to the lord's family in florida. I'm still. I'm still in touch with some of them I was never like inducted. Formerly or anything wasn't as you mentioned Like a barfly wasn't in that world but The founder of the lord's family alexis lords was very very nice and friendly to me a always hesitant care of me when he saw me out in about. Never let me like stray or like you know. Do anything weird. If he knew something was up with some person who was trying to talk to me he'd be like no absolutely not..

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"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

GayBarchives Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

"Were just in my car trying to come up with something to do And it was actually her idea Sheila's like well. I've gone to disco teke a few times before knows like what's that she's like. Well it's it's a gay club not sure if you'd want to go those like oh am i dressed for the occasion like is this something i can do like what should be goal is there. Is there a cover is will they let me in. I'm not twenty one so she had called one of her friends. Who was twenty one. Got me an id as wendy And we showed up and they did not think twice. They let me. They barely looked at it. And that was. I my first club. Experience was at discotheque which was a massive gay club in miami beach No downtown miami. Not miami each and it was such a wonderful experience. I mean we. We got to skip the entire line. didn't have to wait to get in didn't have to pay a cover. We just walked in and she didn't know anybody either. Choose like i can guarantee you if we just show up and walked to the front and pretend like we don't know what we're doing they'll just let us in. Are you sure. I remember my outfit to the 'cause it was so terrible. There was this trend during that time where you would layer polo shirts on top of each other and wear baggy jeans not to date myself but that was the trend at the time if you can put in together And i was wearing a white polo shirt with brown lines so under it. I- layered a bright yellow polo shirts. You can see the color sticking out and then had an undershirt under that also. Three layers and a full-on baggy jeans. It was it was a lot layers. Came off slowly route nine. It was very very hot in there. A lot of including for miami bars anyway. yeah. I don't know. I thought i was like the flyest thing in the room was like. Wow this is. I'm so trendy but then i got in. Everybody was like shirtless in booty. Shorts and i'm like wow. I am overdressed for the occasion. Except for the dry-cleans who were fabulously draft. Such a great time at a great time with her. She was very protective. She stayed with me the entire night. We did get a lot of free drinks. It was her idea not mine. I did not know what i was doing but she weighed kind of presents. Me people at the bar and be like this is his first time so of course naturally people would turn around and be like what are you drinking. I don't know. I'm seventeen in with a fake. Id not that. I was announcing that. But you get so. I didn't pay for single. Drink had a great time And then she drove home. That's good we're gonna get to show a few pictures of Disco tackle for the people. That haven't been there. This kotecha was owned by a friend of mine by the way joe marcello who closed in. I'm sorry anything. I ever met him. But that's super cool. He was definitely there frequently. And you closed it. When they i guess not to building down to do whatever they did on that block and after that they opened up heart which was not too far from there but Just go check. It was part of a complex that was called mecca and it was very.

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"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

GayBarchives Podcast

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"caceres" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast

"Welcome to another episode of the gay bar type show where we explore ages one bar at time i'm your host art smith and our guest. Today is cuban american actor and producer and star of the new one culture series. Jason cassandra's welcome to the show. Jason thanks for having me your quite welcome. You're kind of a hot commodity right now. Got long going on. I looked at your imdb. An got like I don't know five hundred entries on it. I was getting yeah. There's there's quite a bit on their funding they You brought up by devi. Actually because i looked at it recently and i was like whoa. How did it forty now. How did jump. sometimes. I'll scroll through it. I'm like all rights. I did do that. Yeah so as you know. This project is mostly about recording memories and stories of gay bars. Mostly ones that are non by and i know that you're not a big barfly but if i remember got a little glass of wine april for the occasion right them. You're not a big barfly. You don't go to a lot of bars. But if i'm not a stake in your first gaymard experienced was pretty impressive club. Why don't you tell us about that a little bit. So i believe i don't remember exactly how old i was. I was either seventeen or eighteen. My best friend at the time her name was laura. Love her We've kind of lost touch throughout the years. We actually reconnected. Pretty pretty recently. So there's like no bad blood. I saved like best friend time. Just as she was my best friend. Laura is laura I had never gone to a gay bar ever before in my entire life enough. Because i wasn't out or anything just because i didn't really go to those of us He's been out for a pretty long time. I came out very early in my life so we were actually supposed to all hang out myself. Laura our other friends becca and cat. Were supposed to hang out somewhere. I don't know what happened. Fell through lauren..

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Blue Jays Riding High Entering Big Series in New York

Section 138

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Blue Jays Riding High Entering Big Series in New York

"Hello welcome test episode. One hundred fifty one of section one thirty eight. I'm your host mark collie as always joined by my co host pricing and jacob and we couldn't be talking about better series for the toronto blue jays. Sweep the oakland athletics. How are you guys. Great to be here. What a weekend. Pretty much topped off by amazing. An amazing comeback. Twice on friday and saturday and sunday just pretty much complete games from the jays great performances from both starting pitching the offense back. I mean i guess we were right. It took caceres against the orioles to get the bats going a good home featuring a couple comebacks once again and as predicted the j. Sweep the as and somehow or you know somewhat back in it in the wild card race so here we go. Yeah person you were right all along driven i they would take two of three and even i thought that was overly optimistic. I wasn't too certain that that would happen. But bluejays sweep. It's kind of insane that we're at this point in the season and they have some tiny shred of hope that people are hanging onto and got to be honest. I'm kind of getting back into it. The how are you jacob. I am beyond shocked about what the heck happened this weekend. I'll take it. i mean this was. It's definitely making things a little more interesting and now this new york series is very very interesting. I think it's three games. Bluejays are three games back. The yankees are excuse. Me four games but still you could be within bar you could take the yankees or overtake them. If you win but one thing i will say. Give a quick shout out. I am three. And since i've been allowed to watch the games at work so for those of you. Who are betting on games. I will be watching every time. I show up so little thing there but yeah anyways overall very very good series offense. I mean you look at these games. I think there was maybe fifty runs between the two teams in the three games. It's ridiculous and you know what it's making september a whole lot more interesting for this

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"caceres" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"caceres" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"So you step on on whole there's four save points around two of them our fights where you have to fight things that look like say points one is an actual say point. The other takes you back to the entrance to the room and usually in my experience you experience out about five or six times and then you can finally get out of there. It's a pain. I do agree. You wasn't going. I just didn't have a problem with. It is how i play games. Okay you had not. How painful was to play a game. And i had no god. No it'll up. Things and i played summer land for the review early review. And i'm just like this is short. Yeah but all. I got lost in the thirty minutes apart when i would. Yeah i don't know. I don't know if i'm like i wanna google. I can't. i do also wondering ozzy. Japan is vinegar and slashes soy so many soy sauce and vinegar not technically. I mean you could put it on food. You want a lot of things on food. People like vinegar vinegar and oil my son's at subway i count. Okay i'll give you. These are the standards where we're trying to avoid used to be a lot worse than the show. The maggots fight so good and then you have to fight him a certain amount of time. He's gloves search pulsating. Oh i love that when trying to catch oh just what i was sold game soul lane fight. I was so happy. I was like just. I never get tired of fighting. Megason this game. I get tired of this moment backgrounds. Pretty sweet the statue with the flames towns. Yeah and like beat him and then you find out. He's like you know because they think he was creating lower thank they find out he was actually trying to summon levels of this time to destroy it. Yeah which. I'm assuming you didn't work out so well caceres week after the fight so anyway..

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

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

04:38 min | 2 years ago

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

"Hey welcome along to the i. In our twelve pump brand new punt a series held cutting weller professionals. My name's dome lane hosts off the how to cut it. Podcast and in this new series we could be sharing business tips service ideas techniques. This gonna help drive. You hairdressing business forward and we're going to be bringing onto the show and have well it professionals leading names to kick off the first in this series. I am so excited to have onto the show. Well it professionals. Uk an island technical director creative director at russell eaten and current british hairdresser to nineteen robert. Ayton so ropes coming onto the show today and i. It's going to be really discussing with us. How he's being in tough times in his business. During this pandemic willis how it is being having a solid center has really been suffering due to covid. Nineteen is going to give us tips and advice to that. Then he's going to move this forward to the new growing trend of clients that are growing out. That gray hand will love rob how he's been dealing with this change in client demand by using a new gray blending service is gonna share about the techniques and the colors that he's using to create these look so there's some great ideas here. Get you really motivated going forward so much to get in this app so today and after the podcast can find out anything that we talk about by going to dot com or education. Donghua dot com. So let's get to the. I knew how to cut it with well. Professionals podcast series robert eaton. Hey and welcome along to the very first of a how to cut it with weller. Professionals podcast series. Yes this is where we are going to be bringing you. Twelve episodes over the next year e series once a month. And we're going to be kicking off this with a really special guests and actually somebody had the pleasure to interview now if you're roundabout free times and yet he needs no introduction. Really because all i can say is the current british addresses the year creative director for russell eaten hair and well it professionals. Uk and and technical director so. Welcome to the podcast. Mr rubber ater. Hi it's nice to see you. Thank you for having me might is such a pleasure and we did speak. If i remember rightly we'll see two thousand and nineteen rob where we've done the asks for wealthier as that was the last time that we don't <hes>. The podcast with yourself. When we brought you on here we are today. We're going to be doing another little bit of a a series built around. Well it professionals. But i mean as much to cover i mean so much has happened to you. It would be fair to say yeah. British hairdresser. Yeah so period of time this bathing winning the british adverse in the world's was amazing with in the midst of everything that's happening with covert as well which has been incredibly challenging for the salons in so many changes in industry is also. Let's talk about today. Have you of emotions being rob in one minute. There was that night that you won pretty hairdresser of the year which i was just so excited when you were that and then a few months later with entered this world of covid so have you been out to enjoy being british addresses the what few people investment and i have actually had a great time. It's been it's an experience that nobody can take away for me something to work towards for a long time. It was such a fantastic evening in a susan. Incredible experience to win <hes>. So so yeah. That was an amazing ends at the year. And the of twenty twenty and obviously we all as an industry being thrown into turmoil and a real roller coaster mixed emotions with every that's being covert related and so as much as winning. The awards are probably able to maximize as much as possible of lights have done with show was an offense and physically seen people but it is actually being quite an interesting <hes>. An interesting wave changing that win and thinking of new opportunities and ways of working with a win from there as well. So so yeah. It's been a great few months but obviously really really challenging and stressful with everything that's been happening with with covid.

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"caceres" Discussed on Blood River

Blood River

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"caceres" Discussed on Blood River

"It's now been four and a half years. Since the night of march second twenty-six when bertossa's was shot dead in the bedroom of her house four and a half years of frustrations secrets and revelation. I there was the survivor. The witness that the assassins failed to kill embarrassed guest bedroom. Then there were the false leads allegations of a cover up and surprise raids after all of that investigators piece together. A murder plot pointed the finger at the hydro electric company. That berretta had opposed. This led to seven murder convictions but a critical piece of the story remains unresolved david. Sto the ceo of desa was arrested in two thousand eighteen for plotting bertos debt. And since then his case has been in limbo all the while o'clock has been ticking. Under honduran law a person can be held in custody without going to trial for only two and a half years and david's time in prison expires on september. Second twenty twenty. It's now late. August just two weeks to go before that day arrives and bertos family is growing very worried. They say david's legal team is trying to run out. That clock bertos older brother. Gustavo tells a honduran television. Show that if david goes free. The family's hopes of finding some measure of justice will slip away to

Justice for Berta Cáceres

Blood River

01:50 min | 2 years ago

Justice for Berta Cáceres

"It's now been four and a half years. Since the night of march second twenty-six when bertossa's was shot dead in the bedroom of her house four and a half years of frustrations secrets and revelation. I there was the survivor. The witness that the assassins failed to kill embarrassed guest bedroom. Then there were the false leads allegations of a cover up and surprise raids after all of that investigators piece together. A murder plot pointed the finger at the hydro electric company. That berretta had opposed. This led to seven murder convictions but a critical piece of the story remains unresolved david. Sto the ceo of desa was arrested in two thousand eighteen for plotting bertos debt. And since then his case has been in limbo all the while o'clock has been ticking. Under honduran law a person can be held in custody without going to trial for only two and a half years and david's time in prison expires on september. Second twenty twenty. It's now late. August just two weeks to go before that day arrives and bertos family is growing very worried. They say david's legal team is trying to run out. That clock bertos older brother. Gustavo tells a honduran television. Show that if david goes free. The family's hopes of finding some measure of justice will slip away to

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"caceres" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

30:03 min | 2 years ago

"caceres" 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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"caceres" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"caceres" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Where. You know it's It's that's our problem to clean up in the most responsible way and like that attitude. Can You neuter Kenya? NEUTER an Iguana that's the trap and release. That's interesting. Well, that would be a little challenge of the pellet, the pellet idea of. That, that sounds like an interesting way. Of doing it, maybe maybe you could pass those out at Walmart to. Cut Down on the reproduction habits. But I think of a possibly a medical question. It's my dog. Is Drinking a lot of water more so than normal Should I worry? Is that a sign of something drawn dog drinking a lot of water. They you drinking a lot of water because the todd? and. They're trying to compensate that just the same way that we are however, if that's not a logical excuse, because of either them being in the air, conditioning or Some other situation. than. It is definitely worthwhile to have lot work done Caceres Horn, if you different types of illnesses that can cause that and many, if not most are treatable and some. Are you know at least we can do something as far as either medical her diet adjustment or things like that? Being diabetes is the one that most people think of. Not all people realize that animals can become diabetics that both dogs and cats can be that although they are a little different dogs that are different than cats in the way that they manifest it. But that's one of the first things we see is an increase in their water consumption. kidney disease can cause an increase in their water consumption some other diseases well. Even some cancers can do that as well, too, so it's always best to get your pet to the vet haven't checked out. It's bloodwork run. Her. Michelle..

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Create Video Your Way with Dr. Sara Langworthy

GradBlogger

08:22 min | 2 years ago

Create Video Your Way with Dr. Sara Langworthy

"Sarah thanks for coming back on the ground blogger podcast today. Thank you Chris. I'm so happy to be here. Thanks for asking me back so we had Dr Langworthy on if you can believe it backing up. Sold seven of the podcast Tara. How recording video drives her business suitable? What is her business at develop? Lael see how she got started as an academic entrepreneur. What our journey was there. What role video plays in her business and also video setup? The you know the technical aspects. Get a lot of that in this episode as well. I'm how to make incumbent videos. So we cover a lot of ground back almost forty six weeks ago or almost a year ago now days absent talking about creating video your way. And the Genesis of this is that I am on Sarah's newsletter so I get the newsletter said Shinzo. I encourage you to be there as well caceres great video and in that I saw. She released this week. Program called video your way and was actually at a time where. I was recording video myself for Lincoln. Promotions of our conference at Safety Science Salsa shooting video sale pages and different things. So I said Hey I wanNA learnable video so I joined the program but I also emailed Sarah and said Hey we get you on the PODCAST. Talk about what's Watch people should learn here says really justice whereas Cam boats so Sarah Langworthy Dr. Sarah Language has paid child development. I met her through. You sell flipped group. I can't even remember say four years ago we've seen each other's businesses kinda girl from then so maybe a good place to jump in here is we haven't talked in almost a year now. what's what's new in your business. What have been the big things have happened over? Lost twelve months. Yeah well so it's been an interesting It's been interesting year for me about six to eight months ago. I actually came to the realization that I really needed to pivot my business. So For those of you who have do not listen to that first episode For a long time after my career in academia I was doing a lot of work focused in early childhood development primarily doing speaking and trainings in those sorts of things I was also dabbling in some consulting especially around video and communications and I kind of have my feet in multiple worlds right and I think a lot of us. Independent business owners and entrepreneurs can relate to the idea of having to kind of shift your businesses from time to time and go into different directions and really focus in on what it is that you want to be doing more long-term and and really focusing your message of Your Business and so about six to eight months ago or so. I made the decision that I didn't want to continue doing work in the field of early childhood specifically as the experts as the child development person. Who's coming to a conference in presenting on particular topics? That sort of thing. I really felt like I needed to step away from that For a number of reasons both personal and professional and so I was also feeling really lead in this direction and driven by this idea of helping other people tell their story through video. I've had a lot of conversations with people who are like. How do you do that or you know? I WANNA start video series or I wanNA do a video link dinner on social media to help drive my business or conversations with nonprofits who are like. We know. We need to reach your people's video but we don't know how and that's kind of where the idea of video your rate came from. I actually sat down in an afternoon and I like thought about okay. What is it that I would share with people about my own video journey and what it is that you need to do if you're going to start from scratch and video at the end of the end of the day At the end of the a few weeks realistically but I kind of sat down in an afternoon outlined all of that out and you know it took several months to get the program up and running but now we have video your ray and it's It's real it's exists in the world and the focus of it is really to help people who were kind of new to video one dabble and kind of understand. How do I make an effective video to get you from the concept of your video? All the way to completion. Where at the end of the eight weeks I watched through the whole process so that you have a video you shared it with the world and hopefully it is helping to bring you all the fame and glory in business you want. Ideally if nothing else you've learned about the process and you've learned a little bit about how you can use video in your business and can make the decision about whether you want to continue using video in Your Business. So yeah it's been an interesting especially six months or so kind of getting all this up and running but it's been fun while I love it. I mean we just got done. Fifty three and fifty four. The podcast were with Cheryl allow. She's talking about a big pivot in her business. A big pivot in her life in a research direction that seems to be a common theme with some of the guests were having on is getting to a certain point in Your Business. And saying hey. Is this going where I want my life to go? This is going to be unable able to enable and support me in two years and five years. Are we going in the right direction and making those adjustments as needed? Maybe good place I I really want dive into video your way and all the elements of it. I'm just so people have that understanding of develop play in general. How are you helping people there? What is the business of developing a play at a broader scale? And I think I mentioned this but it is at develop play. Llc DOT COM which is D. E. L. O. P. L. A. Y. LLC dot com as what a spoleto? It's kind of fun to say it's kind of a mash up of words. I was when I originally created the business. I was thinking like okay. I want kind of like a fun name. I want something that conveys a little bit of my personality and I want something that also hearkens back to my roots in developmental psychology and so I ended up smashing together and develop develop and play so it works pretty well but it is a little bit hard to spell so biologists for Chris you know in terms of developing as a whole. It really is My business as a consultant so I formed this. Llc as a way to kind of have my you know my shingle out there as a as a consultant in primarily communications and video Also doing some organizational consulting in that sort of thing as well There are a lot of things and anybody who's been in academia kind of knows you you learn how to learn stuff and so there are a lot of things that I've picked up over the last five to ten years. That are beneficial skills. That helped me help organizations. Do their work better right. So my focus with video your way and and and as I'm thinking about developing long term. It is really kind of honing in on that helping people communicate and reach their audiences. Bardsley through video and obviously video is only part of a larger communications. You know approach for a lot of people in a lot of organizations but it is going to be a thing that's GonNa be around for a while. I think we're going to have video via primary focus for a lot of places and so especially for smaller nonprofits and smaller businesses people who were kind of running their own shop. I'm finding that there is that gap of how do I take what I want to share with the world and get it out there using video? If I've never done video before where do I start? How do I do this? And so that's really where video way came from and I'm not a trained videographer by backgrounds. Like that's not that's not been my You know series my area of study but it is something I've picked up along the way and I learned a ton by just kind of jumping in and doing it and so throughout the series. I'm pretty candid about like I know some stuff but I don't know everything so you know. This is just my way of doing things. And if it's helpful for you great take it and run with it and I I also encourage people to go down your rabbit hole about video in the Internet. Is your friends when it comes to learning new. Things and video is no exception there so Courage anyone to check out Sarah on Youtube at develop play or searching Sarah langworthy because their videos are really really good. If you WANNA learn how to do really well edited really nice scripted videos like that or even if you WANNA learn a quick and dirty videos like I create This might be a really good program for you so I encourage people to check it out

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