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"carlo" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"Is not going anywhere so maybe we should find better ways to reuse it and recycles knows fan of turning old plastic into new things. Like you know those glass building bricks that you see in some offices. They're now making them out of recycled plastic and lots of moving here in kark. There's a new sportswear brand reaches made entirely out of used plastic bottles fascinating. The brand is called b. Mona i karaoke. Good morning to you. How are you very good. So you making leggings and sports bras. I was revolt plastic bottles. That's right explain that to me so all these recycle and has been always in the back of my head. I used to dive a lot. And then when the pandemic started it was the perfect opportunity to do something about it. So on top of that as i always has been passionate about fashion and luxury many of irish girls here as well you know. They love fashion so i mixed that on. I thought okay. This is the time to do it. Why not create an active. Were brand comfy. You know Specifically for this time during the pandemic that we are at home and made from recycled plastic bottles. So how do you do that. You take the bottles of. And i presume melt them down and you turn them into water kind of a threat does it. Yes so we. The plastic is coming from the collections from the plastic bottles. From those shows they treat the trip this bottle sunday claims than they melt this unturned into a germ on do not unite again. You create again the fabric you know and then you create the garment. That is the purpose of this. And i'm reading here in arctic. Lebow chew where it says you have turned exactly eighteen. Thousand three hundred twenty four plastic bottles into your active. Or how do you know how many buses used. Oh yeah we know that so. We have a word that they danish arner us. You know danish. They care a lot of embarrassment. So they're really good in this so in the factory that we are doing this and they collect this plastic bottles and they. We know exactly how many plastic bottles is in each garment. Let's say the spore bra and there are eleven. Plastic bottles and for the leggings are just a twenty-five plastic bottles raised. That's the question was going to ask you so each pair of leggings that you produce is made from twenty-five old plastic bottles. Are these the regular like drink bottles. I gave got okay. Probably shouldn't have peter would give him. I have a plastic bottle with water in here next to me on the desk. Those kind of bottles. Yes yes exactly. This kind of orders they to stop to use as an honest here now under you can find some a broad bottled waters there. Now reciting the borders which is amazing. You know so. Yeah that plastic bottles and then are you doing that. Here is is being made in denmark. Now there are many vietnam at the moment occurred before to go with them. You know we did a big research. we try with different partners here in the european union. But we got in love of east. Wants this partners. They need partners. They have the The factory in vietnam because they were with sa eight thousand which is the highest standard and social responsibility. We'd really care like if we're doing this product. We want to have all the process you know. Since the beginning that is a for product you know our packaging us. Well you know is full recycle. You know we don we avoid plastics at all like a virgin plastic for example in our garments. We don't put tax. You know the typical talk when you go to the store and you buy any clothes. You have to take out. That we don't do that can we. Don't use it. You know your next project is that you're going to try and make clothes out of old. Fishing nets is that the same. A very similar is a big issue that in the in the scene the oceans is not just plastic as well as a lot of fish nets so that is the next step on. I think few runs are doing that. But i think it's gonna become the next thing for many brands like us that are trying to be sustainable and trying to help. Somehow you know the environment. What's important is relative most people carlo. As you know the competitiveness of the price. So how competitive are your prices. Yeah to be honest. We don't produce in china and the reason why as before is because you know you just go and do make massive production for nothing for one euro we pay more for for our garments of course and the price We is between you know. It's not tip that like in penny slick say but is cheaper than lululemon which is one. It's somewhere in between. yeah yes. Monica says clothes made out of plastic bottles. That is amazing and after. Say these amazing. It's an incredible story and your that's not a car accident. Caros attend me. How you came to be here. I i'm originally from chile. So i'm a big fan of the c to be on honest so when we moved here that was one of the reason because is full of seen. We can practice sport here. My husband got a job here four years ago. So yeah this is now home for us to be honest cork. These were really bring a wonderful idea with you and it's fantastic. Thank you very much. That is carol. The woman behind be moulder. They're making leggings and sports. Brad and i'm sure they run over such things out of plastic bottles. Eleven bottles pair sports pratt and twenty-five bustles pair period ladies. It's fascinating to produced in vietnam to a danish company but it's a car.
‘Field of Dreams’ Game Features Drama, Nostalgia, and Kevin Costner
"Well, Iowa hosted their first ever MLB game last night on especially constructed field next to the real life Field of Dreams. Movie set Chicago sites. White Sox beat the New York Yankees 98 with a walk off homer in the ninth. The opening was kind of cool. Kevin Costner led to players through the cornfield onto the field. I I kind of dug that, and then he was on the field, and he did this little speech about 30 years ago. On the other side of that core, Um, they filmed a movie that stood the test of time. Thanks to that enduring impact of that little movie we had. It allowed us to come here again, and then he went on Is this heaven? And then, the crowd said, No, It's Iowa. It was kind of cool, though. You know Kevin Costner. I'm amazed how well he's aged. I mean, I was kind of. I thought it was like a flashback. You know, he looks really great. Yeah, and Jack Look, it was it was a good game. It was a good game. If you're looking for a little trivia question or an answer, Jose, a brave of the White Sox hit the first home run of the night into the cornfield. First Ever Major League home run in Iowa. Um and each each team hit four home runs. It was a It was a decent game. I didn't see all of it because Go to sleep so I could sleep in this morning. Those things for the Yankees. They got two home runs from Aaron Judge, one from Brett Gardner and one from Jean Carlo Stanton. White Sox got the one from Jose Obre, who won from Alloy Humanities, one from Seb Zavala in the game winner from Tama Anderson. And if there's any bright side is that, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said. There'll be another game next year.
Anderson HR for Chisox, Walkoff End in Field of Dreams Game
"They built it they came in they played the first ever field of dreams game and it was a dandy as the white Sox defeated the Yankees ninety eight eight home runs in the game for by each team but the last one was the most dramatic is Tim Anderson's two run shot in the ninth one it gives Anderson on his aerobics the woman you know all around you know being able to walk it off is definitely for you know one of my one of my best moment of my career for sure also hitting home runs for the socks were Jose Abreu who E. like Jimenez and sepi Savala Aaron judge hit a pair for New York with Jian Carlo Stanton and Brett Gardner also going yard before the game commissioner rob Manfred confirmed that this will be an annual
"carlo" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast
"And then the monte carlo simulations once again reflected higher higher probability to success so it's really important that out well planned client not panic and make dramatic changes at the same time making those smaller adjustments to cash flow in revisiting. The plan on a regular basements on a regular basis. Really can help. It doesn't mean all his loss when we have these big abet events is volatility and we just want wanna plan for it. Yeah i think you just summed it up in a nutshell right there. I think one of the greatest advantages of working with a professional like us the fact that you're always bringing the client back to the plan. Keep them focused on the objectives. And what's most important to them. Because i think emotion plays a strong part of what we do as human beings. You've got to have a pro in your corner. That's going to be able to say okay. Let's settle down for a moment and just look at the plan. Look at what your objectives are and and then let's talk about what is most important so that you can make those adjustments. I think that's right planning to processes. It's not just a a one time event so important to to to re maintain flexibility. And you're planning so you can make these adjustments. It's so important to manage. Your debt have sufficient cash on hand and plan for the things that are impossible to plan for a so like to think we're keeping our clients on the right path by reviewing and updating their plans on a regular basis so that they can complete this journey with that clarity and the confidence that that we we we hope all our clients feel yep absolutely and if the listeners are looking for that clarity confidence peter how did they get a hold of you so they can start this journey with you..
"carlo" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast
"They're meant as reasonable estimates for long term growth but also for long-term volatility so the monte carlo simulation runs the smith. Plan a thousand different times. Yeah it does it within less than a second. It's pretty lazy. So each trial uses a different or of returns that we would consider normal and within a range of expectations so just as an example in trial one. The first year return might be five percent year to the the return might be ten percent year three. It's negative seven year four could be negative ten year five. It's positive fifteen. Keep doing this. We do this every year until age. One hundred it in a successful trial means that there's a dollar left in their investment portfolio at age. One hundred if they run out of money at age ninety nine. The trial wasn't successful. Okay we do then we trial to and we use a different order and magnitude of returns. Some are higher or lower. We do the same for trial three four. We keep doing it. We do it a thousand times and we look back. We say how many trials were were successful getting having there be a dollar left in the client's portfolio at at age eight hundred and are dismissed successful harbor percent of the time ninety percent eighty percent fifty percent or twenty percent. I'm sure everybody wants to be successful. One hundred percent of the time. But i don't know if that's possible is ninety percent good eighty percent good. Where do you draw the line. I think the the monte carlo simulation isn't always completely understood and it has its limitations the most important thing to realize that we're only taking into account the variability of investment returns inflation unplanned expenses. Those lower expect that lower expected income tax changes..
"carlo" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast
"But you're withdrawing five thousand dollars so now your account is worth about eighty nine thousand and now in year four the portfolios down three percent. It's now worth eighty six thousand you take out another five thousand and now you're down to eighty one thousand in order to get back to one hundred thousand dollars. Your portfolio needs to get a rate of return of twenty twenty. Three percent oofta. Yeah that's my feeling. That's just it's not that can't happen it certainly can but it doesn't happen all the time so i'm afraid that this portfolio could really be a downward spiral. Yeah that's trouble right. Yeah so how do you plan for the variable. The variability of returns so we use this analytical tool called monte carlo simulation and it's not about the casinos so so before it's described this tool. Let me describe how we model our plans for all of our clients. We build two models based on on on the same set of assumptions. We look at the client inflows and outflows the This first model is what we call a straight line model. We assume all the same expenses we assume. An inflation factor. It's based on a long-term average and we're currently using two point three percent not that's a prediction of inflation. That's just what we're using because that's an historical average. We then we then. This is how we do it. We think about building an investment portfolio that may provide a return that's two and a half percentage points above inflation so about four point eight percent is kind of what we plan for in this straight line model the we assume inflation a two point three that the investment portfolio will generate a return. Four point eight percent for for their lifetime. That's an average return knowing that sometimes it's going to be higher. Sometimes it's going to be lower in my thinking. Is that over. A market cycle of seventeen years. A balanced portfolio of stocks and bonds is really likely to beat inflation by about two and a half percent..
"carlo" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast
"Hello and welcome to. Wealth is in the details with peter roskin rest and fighting group. Good morning peter. How are you. I'm good eric how are you. I'm doing fantastic. I am actually kind of really interested in in your topic today. I didn't. I didn't get a whole lot from ya. But i've heard that we're talking about monte-carlo which is i think we're straying from what we normally do. Are we reviewing the movie today. Like the old james bond the interesting. Yeah that would be fun to. And they've got another podcast cash but no we're not reviewing a movie so okay what will actually be doing is and not as exciting as an adventure film from monaco. But we've got a financial planning tool that really helps us deal with with the very ability of investment returns and then the probabilities of our clients meeting their goals. And i just want. Just make a point eric that i'm really not a gambler is not that i have anything against gambling as a form of entertainment but it just doesn't make me happy.
Creating Trust in Data With Data Observabilty
"Bar welcome. It's great to have you on the show. It's great to be here. thank you for having me. I'm excited to be speaking to you. About the state of data driven organizations they equality the reliability and all the cool things monte-carlo working on before we get started. I'd love if you can walk us through your background and how you got into the data space. Yeah happy to so I was actually originally born and raised in israel. I i i was actually drafted. Israeli air force Enjoys it was commander of data analyst unit. I moved to the bay area about a decade ago. after that is in math in stats Actually i thought it was going to go in deck -demia At made that is actually a physics professor and so thought that i was going to follow his footsteps but Ended up having to was my big phil. My dad moment When i didn't didn't continue maybe sometime later in the future instead actually went to work for a consulting company called bannon co Where i work mostly with companies actually on on on their data strategy in operations In later on joined gain side. She's a customer success company Where was very fortunate to beat the company as time very fast and work some great people learn about how to create a new category gained site. I'm help create the customer success. Category and build a number of different functions among them the customer data and analytics team where we were responsible for data internally also four servicing our data to our customers of in helping them see from it And so those were some of my experiences with with data on. Actually how how encounters of the problem of of data downtime prior to starting monte carlo a few years ago
"carlo" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Sounds good. Well carlo thank you so much for doing the show. Thanks for having me. Hey are you that weird one in your friends group. That loves to watch true crime documentaries. Have you ever wanted to learn more about the lesser known crimes and are you fascinated with ghost stories. I'm hannah the creator. Editor and host of murder bucket. A podcast that talks about get this murderer's paranormal activity. Abductions kidnappings and weird stuff. Join me every tuesday wherever you listen to podcasts to get the inside scoop on some of the most interesting topics in a true crime world. I'm also very active on social media. You can find me on instagram at murdered bucket a facebook at bucket murdered and twitter at the murder. Buchan alright so hope. You enjoyed the conversation about spiral Thanks to carlos joining me on that episode and definitely. Check out his podcast. I will be there soon enough We're planning episode To record sometime soon. I i was really busy in the month of may and didn't do that many guest appearances but June is already kind of Filling up but if anybody out. There wants david rosen from the piecing it together. Podcast on their podcast again. Touch with me and if you want to join me for an episode of people together get in touch me to lots of movies coming up that we're going to want to cover here on the show. So thank you as always the everybody who's listening Make sure you are subscribed to piecing it together wherever it is you. Listen to podcasts. And over get the follow us on social media at piecing pot all major social media apps and we also have our facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces where we continue the conversation about all the movies. We talk about here on this show. And i told you about the patriots at the top of the show. Check that out. Produced by david rosen. Lots of great content. A bunch more coming soon on there And you might be listening to this on there right now and if you are i thank you very much for being a subscriber so I am at the time of this recording about to finish up this film that i've been working so hard on the past month So i am going to close out the show with a piece of music that digs into my soundtrack album that i put out last year beater the original motion picture soundtrack which combines music from the feature film beater that i scored and a bunch of short films with the same director chris johnson and this one is actually the first film we worked on together called the usher. It's a kind of like a thriller maybe psychological thriller by with a little bit of a horror at to it but Yet this is included on the beater Soundtrack album as one of the short films that we worked on and nice darken thriller e. And i think a good fit for an episode on spiral on a psalm movie. So enjoy. this track is called the usher and It actually played over the end credits of the film and you can check that film on the free. Remind films youtube channel. I'll put a link in the show notes and you check the album out on itunes or on spotify or any the digital music services so check that out. Check both of.
"carlo" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover
"We are certain we don't learn anymore. We learned because we were open to have our moral belief religious belief scientific belief political belief challenged. I mean people came out with the one dose of a modern world because they challenged some previous so thank god there is those challenging so we should be open to challenge which means i believe that we should not never think we're certain we should think i have good reasons to believe in that because i've been challenged many times since somehow the belief has survived by synthetic believers vibe but. I'm not certain maybe somebody will come with better arguments. Better scientific argument made the moral argument. Better political arguments. And i can change my mind. I think this is better. This is better certainty. We don't have receipt against human civility but certainty has led to occurs to also of horrors. It's better. I think that is a message right after my own heart and i think is a wonderful place to end Thank you so much carlo for coming onto the show. I really can't thank you enough. This conversation has been beyond fascinating. The book is called helgoland. People can pick it up at our special website. Factually pod dot com slash books or at your local bookshop Thank you so much for coming on. China was wonderful. Thank you very much really. Enjoy this This exchange thanks for your question from using thank you. Well thank you once again to carlo. Ravelli for coming on the show if you enjoyed that interview if you want to check out his book you can check it out at factually pod dot com slash books. And just remind you once again when you do so you will be supporting not just this show but your local bookstore as well. I wanna thank our producers chelsea jacobson and sam rodman andrew carson. Our engineer andrew. W k for our incredible theme song the fine folks at falcon northwest building. The incredible custom gaming. Pc that i am recording this very episode for you on you can find me at anaconda wherever you get your social media and at adam dot net until next week and by what. I forgot this. If you if you want to hear topic on the show you can email me at factually adam. County dot net until next week. Thank you so much for listening. We'll see you next week on factually..
"carlo" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover
"Once again talking to some incredible experts learning some new things. Today let's gonna physics physics in many ways the ultimate science. You know what i mean. Physicists in in the great halls of scientific inquiry physicists. Walk around with a little bit of extra swagger because hey all those other sides is all that biology sociology psychology. Hell even chemistry. Y all those just devolve into physics right at route. Physics is the study of what truly exists and everything else is details. Physics is foundational and on top of that it has also made massive progress over the last few centuries and that progress has not only helped us understand the universe at a fundamental level. It is not only brought us immense technological change that's benefitted all of us and also killed a lot of people. Let's not forget that but it has also produced some of the most incredibly surprising and counter intuitive results in all of science results that many of us struggled to comprehend even a century after they were established. So let's talk about physics. Let's talk about quantum fucking mechanics quantum mechanics. I know a chill just went down your spine. You're like this. Conversation is suddenly going to get completely incomprehensible and also really will right is that i'm going to start talking about multiple universes. No let's talk about why we are so fascinated yet also so confused by quantum mechanics. I mean these ideas were developed a century ago and still most of us struggle to make sense out of them. I mean book after book has been written about a documentaries have been made about. I have read and seen at least five or six of them and i am still no closer to understanding what the fuck it means and i think you might be in the same boat and this is frustrating. Because why i'm not a scientist. I do consider myself someone who can understand scientific concepts i can i read. Something britain for the layman. Or maybe i can even dive into a paper to i can get my bearings and understand the broad structure of a field. Even though i don't understand how the math works. I can listen to the experts and former working knowledge with quantum mechanics though. It's just feels that there's a barrier between me and a true understanding that i cannot get past let me even example i want to a liberal arts college and the idea of this college was that everybody should know a little bit about everything so we had distribution requirements. It didn't matter how bad you said you were math. You had to take a science course. the idea. there's class was taught by a physics professor but it was a quantum physics class for humanities and social science majors. You can learn about quantum mechanics. But you wouldn't have to do any math. That was the idea. We could get that base level understanding without actually having to do the equations and the professor did his very best and he was explaining to us. Heisenberg uncertainty principle. If you don't remember it all refresh your on. Heisenberg uncertainty principle is weird piece of quantum mechanics. That tells us that if we can learn everything about where a particle is located we will then know nothing about how fast it's moving. And if alternatively we know it's momentum we have no idea where it is and this is because by observing particle we are changing it and thus we can only ever no one of those properties at a time. Well when the professor explained this odd concept my friend who was next to be in the class put up his hand and he said well hold on. Maybe there is a way to figure out the speed and direction of the particle at the same time. But we just haven't found it. Yes maybe we're gonna learn how to do it soon. And everyone in the class kind of nodded and said oh yeah. Maybe he's right. The professor said ana no no. That's that's not possible. There's no possible it's it's It's just part of quantum mechanics. You can never know both at once and my friend replied well. I don't know maybe we just haven't figured out yet. Maybe one day we will soon and the professor said. No no. You really can't. I'm telling you it actually will never happen and my friend said why and the professor replied a because the math says possible okay. I know there's going to be nomads in this class but let me just show you and like staggered up to the whiteboard and quickly wrote out the math and said see if you could know. Both in zero equals zero or whatever so therefore it's impossible. Okay you got me. This class again was supposed to give us an understanding of quantum mechanics without math and yet the professor was unable to explain quantum mechanics in a way that was intelligible to us very smart very curious students without using the math that was banned in the classroom and since none of us understood the math. Then we in. That moment failed to understand quantum mechanics. We still could not quite get it despite this very patient. Professors best efforts but what is it about quantum mechanics all the sciences. That makes it so difficult for us to rock. I mean newtonian physics. I get force equals mass times exhilaration easy to tony. In physics. I get four sequels mass times acceleration. I learned it in eleventh grade. I still know it today but quantum mechanics. I just has never quite gotten through my skull. Until i did the interview that you're gonna hear today our guest today help breakdown quantum mechanics for me in a way that for the first time made me feel like i am actually starting to get it and not. Just get in some kind of superficial okay. I don't know maybe multiple universes exist kind of way. A way in which i actually started to get an intuitive understanding of how the universe is different if we truly understand quantum mechanics and the same way that copernicus revolution changed our view of astronomy in the same way that newton's revolution changed our understanding my guest today carlo. Ravelli helped me begin to understand how quantum mechanics could similarly change my perspective of the universe in a fundamental way so look. I'm not going to preface this anymore. This was one of the most fascinating interviews have done on this show in quite some time. I think you're gonna love it. My guest today is carlo ravelli. He's an eminent physicist and most recently the author of a new book called helgoland making sense of the quantum revolution. once again. you can pick up that book like you can get the books of all of our guests at factually pod dot com slash books. Please welcome carlo ravelli.
Ancelotti's Real Return
"Big news today of course in spain carlo ancelotti back in charge of real madrid and he is left. Edison and pulls this is a man who's had so much success with real madrid over the years said we discussing yesterday. A lot happened in twenty four hours. Sunny is not is very much a left field choice. He's very much surprise. I think from almost everybody's perspective. I guess it suits in. I think really and truly row madrid's options were relatively limited. Of course they thought they had allegra in and that wasn't the case he went to the event. They thought they had a chance of getting project. Tina of power sanjay man. That's turned out to be very difficult. The contact question. I must confess are not fully. I don't fully understand why that has become a more plausible option for them in angeletti becomes a choice but man they know very well. Amanda will accept some of the difficulties that go coaching around madrid. Who's been there before. Who's been happy about it before as accepted it as well. you know. it's just something to be up to coach at club madrid. I why this is a kind of a comfort choice now. Of course the question mark is for how long. How long does this remain a comfort choice. Whichever one is happy with but for the time being at least this kind of puts out the fires. And i think that's the main the main way to interpret.
A Liberal at Liberty With Kevin Roose
"On this season of in god we lost. We heard from a number of students who attended liberty university. Were they trained to be champions for christ. It looks like this beautiful kind of wonderland for young conservative christians. Everyone was so friendly and just like constantly nice. The university's leader jerry. Falwell junior took liberty to great heights. They went from one hundred hundred and fifty million net assets and two thousand sixty seven to nearly a billion in two thousand twelve and turned it into a can't miss destination for national conservative politicians. It was magical because all the built in production at liberty university was it was all. They're all moving cameras. The cameras on booms the microphone the sound all the music all of it. But in august of twenty twenty everything in jerry's world came crashing down june carlo. Grand up told reuters that he had a sexual relationship with falwell's for years a relationship that involved him having sex with becky. Falwell while jerry falwell on you start to realize the kind of wrought that's at the bottom of your community and the in the idyllic nature of the play starts to feel more like decadence and the entire liberty community was left reeling in the wake of the scandals and since we started this series been a lot of developments in the story. Yeah in april. The spokesperson for liberty university told reporters that trae falwell is no longer employed by the university. Jerry falwell junior later tweeted. My son was told he was being fired. After years of service for no reason other than it was a public figure and as one falwell has shown the exit at liberty. Another is welcomed in jonathan falwell jerry. Juniors younger brother the one who followed their father in the ministry has been named the new campus pastor.
"carlo" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak
"I don folks. Mike dyke with you with today's update. I got a letter By a couple of months ago now. I believe it was late february. I think it was late february or early march. I got a letter from a source that was written by a gentleman by the name of carlo. 'gorio who is the nephew of excuse me carlo. Goria g. o. R. i a. Who of the forty six prime minister of italy giovanni giovanni goria and goria today carlo. Gloria is affiliated with an american firm. Usa us aerospace partners there in the aviation industry as well as a private security firm g seven international now. The letter basically backed up everything. That's being alleged in the italy gate affair. I'll read for you here or at least as much as i think is necessary. It's a fairly short letter. So perhaps i'll read all of it here. It says dear. The letter was addressed to president trump. And it dear it says. Distinguished mr president. I confirmed the direct knowledge. That the activities undertaken here in italy have had a negative impact for the president of of the united states regarding the manipulation of the electoral vote of november third and fourth twenty twenty. I confirm that leonardo. Spa from its pizarro facility. Now a sarra. The writer apparently meant pass kara but he misspelled him or ananta. Moment using advanced military encryption capabilities change the us election result from president trump to joe biden the data switch was conducted by the head of the it department of leonardo spa in coordination with senior us intelligence officers cia in parentheses and three people who work at the us embassy and vio via veneto in rome. Senior official of the united states embassy held regular meetings with general claudio. Graziano you military commander and agnosio moncada president of fatah. Spa a company owned by leonardo spa. The largest aerospace and defense company based in italy with the us counterpart leonardo drs on december third. The head of the it department was arrested in naples where he remains in jail we had direct and continuous contact within the facility. With the it manager who agree to testify to the us authorities. What happened to election data. How they were exchanged at the pass. Kara fasino facilities loaded with information technology on military satellites and what data is contained in an electronic key to demonstrate the passing of data from president trump. Who was clearly the winner to joe biden on fourth twenty twenty. Our associates in the conservative part of the italian secret services have been working since the beginning of november twenty twenty to ensure that the truth is known and the american people can realize the result voted. Which is the reelection of president trump. The letter has dateline of rome december. Twenty seven twenty twenty now Without giving too many details. I've been able to confirm that. The letter is authentic. However i don't really interact any longer with the person who sent me the letter now. There are a lot of people who are saying that. The letter is inauthentic Again i've been able to confirm by someone who is very close to the matter that the The letter is authentic. But the reason the reason people say it's an authentic is because there's a lot of Shall we say mistakes with the letter. First of all the one alluded to when i first started reading when when the author alleged referred to the scar facility. He wrote p. e. s. a. r. a. instead of p. e. s. c. a. r. a. And it seems highly unlikely. Some people say that someone like carlo goria would make such a mistake but if you me continue on to the letter in the last paragraph they're a repeat the scarf facility. In that time they spell it correctly and so this was a misinformation letter. They probably would have chosen one way or the other to spell that word There's also a misspelling of via veneto. Which is the us embassy in rome. This person spells it with two ts and it's spelled with won t they also and this is kind of Probably the biggest mistake gory. Miss belle's the address of his own company. Now the translation the english translation. Some people also say that the the google the translation seems to be done with google. Translate the english version of the letter doesn't appear to be written by carlo. Gloria at least. That's the information that we have that i have at. It was done by someone else to kind of translate the letter and get it out there in. Us or at least english speaking media. So it's really the italian version. That's of importance here now. The italian version is also importantly aerospace letterhead and it has written by the director of the company carlo goria. I reached out several times the carlo. Gloria i have given him an opportunity to deny the legitimacy of the letter and he has not done so again as far as i tand is concerned. This letter is This letter is legitimate. Nineteen has been in possession of the letter for several months but we have not published it for several reasons and again we as far as the information that we have it's authentic and so The italy gate investigation rolls on here. maria stroller zach. As you've heard mentioned time and time again has been working hard to bring the truth of what happened to light. She says this is very much an ongoing investigation. And we're seeing a lot of things kind of bubbled back up to the surface. As far as italy goes there's a lot of machinations which i'm going to be covering in the coming days here at the highest echelons of politics in italy. There's a lot of moving and when there's movement that's when you know that people are a either bracing themselves for something that's about to come or trying to cover their tracks over something that's done in the past or perhaps as it is the case. Here's what my gut is telling me a little bit of both. We talked yesterday about these steps. Taken by powerful forces both inside of italy and outside of italy to remove the ceo of leonardo This is done over allegations of fraud that he committed as three years ago and be when he was not even with leonardo and last fold before the election. Leonardo as a company kind of gave this gentleman a vote of confidence. And now here. We have forces that are very much aligned with globalist financial forces trying to have this. Ceo removed so again. Something is amiss. When you begin to see a lot of action taking place a lot of powerbrokering taking places kind of the best way to describe it. That's how you know that something is a either being covered up or they're racing.
Bruins Beat Rangers 4-0 for 5th Victory in 6 Games
"The Bruins are within four points of the east leading penguins with two games in hand after Patrice Bergeron scored for the fourth straight game helping Boston down the Rangers for nothing tonight was about us making sure we're playing the way we want to play and everyone coach contributing and and and I thought we did that Jeremy Swain and needed to stop only fifteen shots for his second career shutout Jake DeBrusk Charlie McEvoy Brandon Carlo also scored in the Bruins fifth win in six games Brad Marchand and David great she had two assists apiece for the Bruins who allowed just seven shots over the first two periods Igor Shuster can stop thirty shots in the Rangers fifth loss in a row I'm the ferry
The Underdogs Who Outraced the Nazis
"The year is nineteen thirty to rally racer lucy o'reilly shell her husband and co-pilot laurie fellow ralliers hector petite and shock marciniak a reporter for the parisian leisure. No have just left sundsvall in their black bugatti t four four making their way to the monte carlo rally starting line sweden blurry quickly pilots the car through the thick arctic fog cautiously aware of the four inch thick lack ice below them. Suddenly the tire chains failed to catch the body as it veers and then glides into the air about take flight before anyone in the car can even scream the bugatti snacks forcefully into a snowbank florian lucy make sure their passengers are uninjured and then address the real issue. The team needs to make it to a man before the rally is set to begin or they won't be permitted to compete. Lucy shell the five foot four norm defying rally driver. This is not a face shield. Allow her car mates to entertain long. Lucy sends hector jacques off to look for a nearby farmhouse for health. Then she and lori begin to desperately hacked the snow with their picks and shovels. It is one o'clock in the morning. Thirty below zero and they're stuck in the middle of a pine forest at least ten miles from the nearest village. Though the to realize their seemingly insurmountable odds the shells need to free their body and continue to rally as planned the show of nasty turn out to be routine for lucy riley show the sports car driving heiress though later. Put together a team of unlikely heroes to beat hitler. At one of his favourite games motor sport
Ramit Sethi's 10 Money Rules
"I got an email from ra meet sethi with ten money rules and i thought it was interesting enough that i wanted to share it with you my audience. If you don't know where meat sethi is the author of. I will teach you to be rich and i'm pretty sure. I shared a review of his book on this podcast f. So they'll be lincoln the show notes to that episode so let's dive right into it. Rule one always have one year of emergency fund. Cash or meet goes onto explain. He used to say six months but after covid nineteen. He's up to twelve months. And you know. I agree with this idea now. You personally don't necessarily need to have twelve months but if you do want to have twelve months i support you in that one of the purposes of having money at least in my mind is peace of mind and of having twelve months of expenses. Saved up in cash gives you that gives you peace of mind. I say it's money while used some people might say it's too much money that you should have less of an emergency fund an icee in the way that benefits you the most his next role role to is save ten percent invest twenty percent of gross annual income. I think this also is a pretty good roll. My heart isn't set on the percentages in particular f. You know me. I save and invest everything i can. I don't even know the number offhand. I should try to calculate it. I suppose but in a chapter of my life where. I am living pretty much as frugally as i can where i am investing as much as i can and saving as much as i can. I think for most people this ten percent saving and twenty percent investing is a good number. So i say you can go higher. But you probably shouldn't go. Lower now also uses this point to say that he can spend money on small things and not worry about it like spending money. On appetizers next is rule three be able to pay in full for large expenses before spending for important purchases. Save enough. that cost is not the primary factor in my decision and that is also one hundred percent. True you don't want to finance your wedding on debt. I guess the only exception for that is a house. He says a house. But if you live in california like me buying a house in cash is simply not possible unless you are so well to do. But in general. I agree with this principle as well. I say never get into consumer debt. Always pay off your credit card. Don't borrow for things that aren't a house is role for never questioned spending money on books appetizers health or donating to a friend's charity fundraiser. Into this i say question spending money on whatever you want. As far as books are concerned go to the library and check out a book for free. If fact that's how. I read remains book. I went to the library. Checked it out and read it for free and so books are invaluable sources of knowledge. But you actually don't necessarily need to buy them you can borrow them and you get all the knowledge. So if you are spending tons of money at barnes noble buying paper books maybe you should question that. And as far as appetizers go just eating an entree without an appetizer might be effective dieting for you so again you could with good reason questioned spending money on an appetizer. Now as a treat. Definitely treat yourself so. That's okay when you spend money on your health. You have to be aware of what you're spending your money on. There is a whole industry of health supplements that do little to nothing for you and so also you should question what you spend on health. Because some things don't do anything and they cost a lot of buddy and as for the last point he was making your friends charity fundraiser. While maybe my new nickname is going to have to be mister scrooge. Instead of mr frugh. But you're under no obligation to donate to your friends. Charity fundraiser f. You don't want to if you do go for it but if you don't you have no obligation. His next rule rule five is business class on flights over four hours and to this rule. I say that's nonsense. You can fly coach like everybody else. Actually i ve very rarely been on a four hour flight. So maybe i'm not the best one to a pine on this but personally i'm definitely not an a place to fly business class everywhere. Roll number six by the best. Keep it as long as possible and this rule is potentially pretty good if you buy good and they last longtime you're probably going to be better off than you bought very cheap stuff and let it wear out real quick especially with tools and equipment. I think a good pair of boots will last you a long time. A cheap pair of boots will not last you a long time and you'll be miserable every step of the way rule. Seven no limit on spending for health or education and also to this. I say oh yes. There should be a limit true. Investing in your health can be a good idea. He specifically mentions a personal trainer. And if that is helpful to you you may have health benefits that the financial costs. But that's not a free ticket for anything you want. Likewise when he says education he specifically mentioned courses events etc. but also. I think that is a bad idea. There are no blank checks for example if you wanted to go to an expensive private school and would put you like a million dollars in debt. I say no no way. Don't go a million dollars in debt for anything now. Maybe a million dollars is kind of an exaggeration but at the same time he said no limit. So what's stopping me. Rule eight earn enough to work. Only with people i respect and like i think this is a great goal. I'm not sure about how good it is. As a rule in fact it may be kind of difficult to live by that rule number nine mary. The right person which also is a great rule. Shout out to mrs frugh okay. Roll number ten prioritize time outside the spreadsheet a rich life is lived outside the spreadsheet running in another monte. Carlo analysis won't change things at a certain point. You won the game. Now get out of your chair and turn the page to the next chapter. And i guess i should specify these are ra meets rules for himself and he says your rules may be different. In fact i'd go on to say your rules should be different. You can set your own financial rules for
Bold Predictions for the Bruins' 2021 Lineup
"I mean, I think the defense is cut-and-dry as to who the top Thai it's going to be it's going down. CSX home who we've talked about before thing that was on Bruins beat but everything you want and a top-four defenseman, right? I mean, he's a veteran guy thirty years old he signed for for a great value. I think it's three point six million per year signed through next year big body 6-4 eats a lot of minutes and also as like a good five-on-five score, I think like his scoring gone off this year. I think he's got like four or five goals in like a short amount of time. So my fantasy team he he does, you know, yes, but he's German a lot of office right now, but even without kind of this, you know spurt in terms of five and five goals, he's also I think getting a lot of just good at driving the plates good at moving the puck for a big body all that stuff. So I think he's thrown away the the topic there again, we're back to see what Brandon Carlo status is cuz right now I don't think anyone really knows what it's going to be which you might have to address that on the right side, but I think if you're looking for and we've talked about this, but as good as this defense is dead. Is a whole lot of risk in terms of rolling out lausanne and zaboor and back and iron and just you know, throwing them to the Wolves when you play Washington or if they get past it Tampa or one of these teams, right? That's a lot of these kids in a year where you should be going all-in. So I think you definitely need a defenseman but it all kind of goes back to you know, what the price would be farik ho mere fact that there's not a lot of other top-tier bloodshot D out there that at least fit all you know, check all the boxes off like at home does so it's going to be a lot forum. And also you're going to have a bunch of other teams that going to be going after them. I see Philly like targeting them him especially with the way the decor is said they need to shore up their their place their spots even more cuz like they're one young but also they're letting in a lot of goals the Bruins. I'm sorry, you feel like Philly be even more desperate for a guy like that. But I think easily feeling a defense. He's the guy that the Bruins and a bunch of other contenders want.
Washington Capitals' Tom Wilson suspended seven games by NHL for hit on Boston Bruins' Brandon Carlo
"Elliot seven game suspension for tom wilson. I don't wanna go over. They can prejudice a jury here. I don't want to go over the usual arguments here about did he. Didn't he intention all that kind of stuff. That always gets itself played out hysterically on twitter and we saw that fire tonight and over the weekend and no these conversations going to happen. But what are some of the questions that you had going into the tom wilson hearing and are you surprised that he had one in the first place and does any part of a seven game suspension. Surprise you you know. I think the most interesting thing i've found is that you know there are a lot of people who believed that. He only got suspended. Because he's tom wilson And that if it was just about any other player in the nhl who delivered that hit. We wouldn't be talking about anything here. And i think the capitals believe that. I mean you heard peter laviolette save. I saw the the hit. I mean his feet round the ice. He stayed down with everything. Looks like a hard hit in the corner of not not exactly sure what happened but to me. It looked like just a hit. You heard ovechkin call it a joke And one of the things we talked about on. Fridays podcast was. How frederick drove the capitals crazy on the wednesday night game the night to game two nights earlier when he was all over ovechkin than ovechkin spirit him and you were the one who asked okay. How was he allowed to do this. And then two days later they play again and on the shift with carlo. Wilson tries to engage frederick a couple of times. And frederick's noah got a constant winning a game here and he runs over carlo you know. Maybe he was frustrated. I don't know i i. I don't know how wilson would explain it but you know. Saturday is a day. I make a of my phone calls and i asked around legalized and people are just generic conversation. It came up. What do you think about wilson how bad you think he's gonna get it and i did have a lot of people say to me if this was anyone other than number forty three on the capital's nobody would even be talking about this. Nobody would be if it was a hit that anyone else delivered. It wouldn't be a penalty or suspension. A lot of people felt them. But that's what happens when you have the history right. All of a sudden people look at you differently. You don't get the benefit of the doubt name Four hundred other players in the league if they throw that hit they get nothing but because of his history. That's what happened in this case. Like i really believe probably looked at elliot. Moore's while that was a tough hit with a bad outcome. But because his tom. But but i think generally predisposed to assume the worst when it comes to tom wilson but that's a reputation that earned so on friday night. He throws the hit because there was head contact. The first thing everybody looks at is rule forty eight yep illegal check to the head and is the head the main point of contact and the answer there is no this is my guess. My guess is that the people in the nhl department of players safety said this is not a rule forty eight and then when they started thinking about it they looked at it and they're like we don't like this. Is there anything else it is and if you read rule forty one which is boarding. You know it's there you can make that argument. And i think that's exactly what happened. Is they made that argument. And they said that's boarding. Now it's new president's you know that's not the way boarding tends to get called boarding tends to get called when a guy has hit from behind and carl wasn't hit from behind i think that's one of the things that the capitals and possibly the players association discussed wise. You guys don't call boarding like this and at the end of the day that's why it wasn't also like thirty or forty games because boarding doesn't carry those kinds of suspensions historically the highest boarding penalty i could find. I suspension was zac. Rinaldo in two thousand fifteen. It was eight games. Right and wilson gets seven. So i think that's why he got less. You know the other thing. Is you know the capitals argued. It was a clean hit like some other people had said to me and the league just felt the totality of it all was illegal.
Washington Capitals' Tom Wilson Receives 7 Game Suspension After Hitting Boston Bruins' Brandon Carlo
"Tom wilson's added again. The washington capitals rugged. Ford i was gonna call him tough guy but that was very tough thing. He did there recently against the boston. Bruins tom wilson has now been suspended for seven games for a hit against the boards on boston's brandon carlo. And it was well ugly in every way hit can be ugly. It was basically carlo up against the boards. Got the pocket and his skates. And wilson comes up and pretty much collides with the side of the guy's head and he left the game due to injury and It was just and it's not one of those deals where he can sort of. Give the guy the benefit of the doubt. Tom wilson continually runs into trouble with the nhl law and I mean these seven game. Suspensions four-game game suspensions the they just don't seem to be getting through to this guy. Now what did you think of him. There's no doubt in my mind that that he's lining up the guy's head okay whether shoulder right. That's the big hit right. That's the big hit when you when you leave the ice. Hers people incorrectly. See all the time. He left his feet. You know when he when he's leaving the isis the guys up against the boards. I think he's not even looking at him. Got his head down and this guy sort of lays into them with a shoulder to connect with his head. Okay so that's that's a terrible brutal disgusting dirty hidden hockey. Triple that stevie. When you're looking at the guys had up against the glass and you're gonna go smashing. You know like the guy the guys up the guys up against the boards and there's his his face might even be against the glass when he does it steve. It's just freaking heinous man idea. I thought i. That's what i thought when i looked out said that's like punching a guy down steve that's like punching a guy when his heads on the ice and you know as heads on the ice right. They don't do it right. You seldom see that right. The guy will pull up. What was the example. Last week was a beautiful example. The guy waving the linesmen and because he was going to use going to murder the kitty was fighting right. Yeah but this guy. I think he. He saw it from a mile away in terms of hockey speed. You know like you have a good two seconds there and tried to smash his head like a pumpkin into the glass. That's what i that's what i saw. Elsie the same. I mean and it's and it's this guy it's one of those deals where maybe i'm throwing around benefit of doubt of. It's somebody who's never done something like this before because it is a fast game and guys move the last second but there's nothing i can find here where i i can even begin to go down that road. A it's is tom wilson. You know if there's been a murder and there's a serial killer hanging around the scene of the crime. I'm gonna probably look his way and not given benefit of the doubt It's tom wilson and brandon. Carlo is totally stationary up against the boards. There was one today it was. Let's see. I think it was chicago in saint. Louis i wanna say and There was a big hit Behind the net and I mean it was one where he could look at and say okay. Well that's second go either way but this one was just. This is a guy. Carlos stationary against the boards. He didn't change direction. Didn't spin at the last second. He's totally still. And this guy had really his choice of where he wanted to hit him and He clearly chose get the the good. Maybe do the most damage knock this guy goofy. Get the puck and off. I go and intimidating. That's tom wilson's game. And so it's that's that's the frustrating part of it but more than that though it's hard for me to get to work out a budget anymore. Because the nhl at large doesn't seem to care that much y'all through a seven game suspension. Well this guy's been suspended repeatedly in the league and It doesn't seem to change anything for him and they don't ever seem to want to do something more fierce with this
Caps' Wilson suspended 7 games for Carlo hit
"The Washington Capitals will be without Tom Wilson Sunday night against the Flyers as the winner was suspended seven games by the NHL's Department of Player Safety for boarding Boston Bruins defenseman Brandon
A Conversation With Carlo Rovelli On quantum physics
"This beautiful closing same in telling quantum physicists color ravelli's bestseller the order of time where he reflects on beethoven's mississippi lameness. The song of the violin. He writes is pure beauty. Pure disparition pure joy. We are suspended holding our breath. Feeling mysteriously this must be the source of meaning that this is the source of time. It's very color ravelli. These intellectual free spirit with radical routes and a passion for poetry and literature art and science. The whole rich smorgasbord. Caller was recently named one of foreign policy. Magazine's one hundred most influential global fingers. He works in italy. France canada trying to understand the deep mystery of how gravity works at the quantum level. He writes popular opinionated columns in italian newspapers and popular sites books that have really struck a chord with fans worldwide amongst them seven brief listens on physics. And he's two new books. Are there places in the world where rules are less important than kindness and out this month. Ease helgoland color joins you an eye on science fiction from canada this week on the tesha mitchell and we started out by reflecting on the way in which this pandemic as tiny virus with a will spread is challenging the hubris faces but then we got bigger or a bigger. Thank you for having me. I love how you describe. We humans as being the species of little creatures living on marginal planet of peripheral star in one of billions of galaxies in the cosmos a senior in an essay that you've written about the astronomer copernicus and he's he's a revolutionary challenge that with and so us with was center of the universe. But somehow i it seems to me that we leave with these pre copernican prejudice that certainly at the level of the ego. At least we do. Yeah as a spacey's we still cast ourselves at the center of the universe. And i wonder if you think if we didn't do that if we sensed that we would just an arbitrary player on an arbitrary planets round by hundred million galaxies. Do you think we would position. Different eggo formerly yes. The fact that we are obviously irrelevant on the larger scale of the universe. It doesn't mean that we have no meaning. It doesn't mean that we care about is meaningless we are. We're certainly nothing right. Our son is one out of two billion stars in our galaxy is nothing in our galaxy. One out of probably a billion billion golics's in in the world just creating team prepared killing. Someone is actually candid that right in the last decades it was realized that it was many more than what we saw today. So so we're even smaller than we thought we were more inconsequential. That's something we scanned by that. But that's not the trolley deal of us that make what we care about important for us. Thinks are important for us just because what we are. I love the woman i love. Not because she's universe because she's the woman i love that and so it's for for us. We are important for ourselves. I find it to if i give me. Serenity doesn't give me anguish it sort of relaxing to know that we do our best. We share what we can love what we can. And that's and we appreciate the this life. Yes your initial university studies in the classics i think and then and then onto physics and then onto a phd in meaning to the world of of quantum theory and quantum gravity. Bit on curious to know what that classical training brought to your physicists. Self from early on because all have read do who have raised. You know that you have a great passion for poetry and literature and physics sees is part of all that fear sciences. It's a complex center price that requires the collaboration of different people in different kind of minds. And i have appreciated a scientist which are extremely technical. Or which have an extremely analytical. Mind that just going to details and split the the arguments over and over again find the little truck. I'm not particularly doing good and doing calculations or going into details. But i think that science also needs People who look the things from from a larger perspective and and see where the the two problems where the good directions and full. That's a nation which is not strictly scientific. I think it's it's it's so important to look into Into the great scientist of the past the many of them had an extraordinarily wide culture. So i think they were. The over specialization of modern education does all how help from the middle sized to go ahead. Let's just physics. Tolstoy in biology and medicine in In in other scientists. I believe that. I don't like science teaching completely focus on solving little problems. You know you have a ball. Rolling down a slope but the speed How long does he go and come on. This is so boring is interesting. What isn't is understanding. What is the structure. We're using for understanding the wall. What is a force. What does it mean to have an energy.
Caps' Wilson gets in-person hearing for Carlo hit
"The Capitals will be without Tom Wilson for a while, the caps forward said to have an in person hearing with the NHL Department of Players Safety, which implies he could be facing a suspension of at least five games for last night's hit that sent Bruins The Bruins Brandon Carlo to the hospital. Rob would
Washington DC’s Tom Wilson Not Penalized For Hit On Boston Bruins’ Brandon Carlo
"Almost literally took a 51 beating in Boston and in their four game win streak and pretty miserable fashion. It was a physical game, one that included a controversial Tom Wilson hits on Brandon Carlo that was not penalized. That sent Carlo to the hospital. The Bruins then had a three goal second period after that place, so coach Peter Laviolette, it's fair to ask. Did you guys get sidetracked by all the physical play? We knew it was gonna be physical. You know, you hear what's coming out of their locker room. You knew it was gonna be a more competitive game. The first game was physical. And so I don't know if we got sidetracked. I don't know if we were surprised that it was a physical game. I think where we got it all done tonight is that we're from a defensive standpoint, There's too many quality chances. There was too many backdoor tap ins. Backdoor plays where we could have done something better defensively, and our goaltenders really had no chance. While she turns lone bright spot came on its lone goal. Nicolas Backstrom registered career assist number 700 on his setup for Jacob Brana that makes back in the 54th player in NHL history to reach that milestone, but comes in a pretty bad loss there in Boston
Bruins respond to head shot with 5-1 victory over Capitals
"The Bruins responded to another cheap shot by Tom Wilson by scoring three times in the second period of a five one win over the capital's Wilson smash Brandon Carlo's head into the glass with ninety seconds left in the first period less than a week after Wilson's questionable hit in the game against the penguins territory was one of two Bruins who went after Wilson afterward you can't have guys taken liberties with that you know our players out there I think that's you know that's the way you know I've always played its way a lot of guys on the team played you got to recognize that you know it's a little bit of a cheap shot a and R. guy goes down and and we responded in a big way after they hit Trent Frederic Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand tallied in an eight fifteen span of the middle period Marchand finished with two goals and an assist as Boston climbed within one game of the gaps and islanders for the east division lead I'm Dave very
"Get started with. I think this person or this story broke during the summer. it's kinda hard to tell now with the pandemic. what time is like but one other prominent ones that i remember seeing that wino- was flooding. Our timeline was the story of jessica. Craig aka or formerly known as jess la. Barletta cringe already awesome early known formerly known best. I'm about that. Let's get started. Let's talk about her. Yes so this woman has allegedly and apparently apparently been taking on different like black and afro sport identities throughout her life. She's an a professor or was a professor and academic where george washington university and university teaching. You know black studies are afrikaner studies and publishing books but at some point she were shifting from being in a north african to being african american and then being afro latin next sand after boaty gua was i think the final landing place for her her official forum her final warm so jessica. Krog just aka justifiable maleta hers combination of black fishing and being a fake tina at the same time and She got called out basically rightfully so rightfully so by a group of professors who are after latina's who had issues with her they were witness to or on the receiving end of like aggression from her and like prejudice and bad behavior while she was masquerading as after let nine different contexts. Apparently being super like belligerent towards black women in my on cool and really I think overcompensating and so trying to be an ex sorted extreme caricature of like this south bronx like her. Allegedly her mother was like a drug addicts prostitutes like this narrative that should created about herself so black women in the academy you know began talking about these different experiences and came forward and said This is not right. Yeah she was definitely performing like whoa kness being extreme radical like it was very performative. She was a published academic author and she also received a ton of accolades rice. She received she was a finalist. For the twenty twenty frederick douglass prize book prize presented by yale's gilder lehrman center the study of slavery resistance and abolition. She also was nominated or a finalist for the twenty thousand nine. Harriet tubman book prize and just received a ton of accolades has really been propelled or was propelled forward and questionably hired because of not solely for her identity. But because of the work she was doing and also the way. She positioned herself as offer latino or body gua and it's very cringe to think about all of the opportunities she stole from actual author. Latinas boras caribbean women. That are doing if not the same work or better work you know. And so it's that was probably one of the first ones that we saw. And then i think it kind of just opened up the floodgates for a lot of others than i don't know about you ma. But in my chicano studies department at uc santa barbara. There were a couple of fake denies that i will not name. They were not. They weren't anyone that i took like. I didn't take any classes with them but they were around. People talked about them. People knew like this person is very white claims this this cheek. Ghana mohican identity. You know is wide. Skin blue is performing she gun. You know some kind of ghana identity wearing that. I had because with the free that carlo ecstatic the whole thing right and it's like you like i they weren't. They were my peers. I was a student right. But i have friends that were graduate students. And they would tell me about these. Things happen. And in their cohort or in their in their seminars. And so you know. I think if if you've been in academia right. I haven't been to grad school. But i was an undergrad but i've i've definitely seen the fake tina's around so they definitely exists and i think this one opened the floodgates for a ton of
Can Liverpool Snap Their Slump?
"Liverpool coming off a result midweek in the champions league thought when we focus on their league form not so great. They've lost three straight for merely outscored eight to two in those matches. Stevie the league form not good but can we throw it out the window based on what you saw. Mid week. Leipzig to be honest. I'm gonna base on scene from evan. Rather than what. I've seen from liverpool. I think we know liverpool. Golden played good football. Hopefully they're going to create. The question is what we take chances. And kinda and that's been their mantra. I think this is over. Evan up until i go a bed the smaller and looked and looked to see what had been said for months. You'll autobahn and use a kind of changed my opinion because i was very comfortable when i went to bed. Before the fact that culvert loons black. You've got allenbach. You got hamas who. I think we'll play as well. So they've kind of a as well as liverpool getting a little bit of a kick from winning against light shake evans going to get a little spot as well for most three at the same time. I don't think is going to be an awful thing. Liverpool will take it a business. You mentioned what carlo ancelotti said. You're in club downplayed this earlier but the reverse fixture of this is where virgil van. Dyke got hurt. We'll liverpool's players be thinking about that. Is that at all a factor in this absolutely not liverpool of other things to worry about right now with those vendettas. And when you stop doing that that affects your game when you start worrying about getting a kick it somebody or gone around and tried to get one on the that's going to affect you as you said liverpool too many other problems where they can. They can do things so i i don't think will have any whatsoever correct. Speaking those other liverpool problems basically been a coin flip over the last couple of months which liverpool we get and it's not really between good and bad. it's between feast and famine and look. There's a clear fight for the top four here between a few teams what one of which up until a couple of games ago look it might be able to make still be but clearly live for sure. I'm not going to catch. Set has been questioned whether anybody will catch them but settling from where pearl are so. There's a clear fight for the top. Four and i think they'll be buoyed by their performance and mid week but i'm with stevia. Initially islanders probably going combat but he's lacking much shoppers. Rodriguez is a talent. But he's not particularly away from home. A place like lever put and going to get the ball here because everton do that home in a way. They often the lawyers for as what liver poke can do with an ev. You know the such a hard team to read it. Belet lasted in a sense. Have lost some crazy games as she are still up there. Everyone had i think the three games in hand up until a week or ten days ago and then they lost home to fill them the loss home to set these kind of expected. The hong end then brushed aside. But i could see lever. Pull getting a result here purely going to dominate the game. And i think eventually it will break down. Of course they're gonna watch learn these pace and behind running the johnson. That's a weak point for liverpool at the moment. But i just feel with us. Top four limited as real. Fight that lever pill get the job done here and could run together to get themselves in their shock. Everton haven't beaten liverpool since two thousand ten have one at anfield since one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. This feels like as good a chance chances. They're going to get ride. No all records falling as far as liverpool is concerned in particular over recent weeks. That format downfield. Now i'm different from the voice. I'm sitting around the fence but leaning everton. I just feel as good. A result was against rb leipzig. Maybe a little bit expected especially given i felt. I thought i'd be like coming into this. A little bit light up front and maybe not threatening liverpool anywhere near as much as you would thought but with covid louis coming back. In particular that make centre-half paramount liverpool will be relying on on henderson. I just feel about their goals for forever time here and as a see i'm sitting on the inside but leading everton i just don't see a liverpool win.
"carlo" Discussed on KCRW
"Here injured man. Hey, absolutely. But go on. Oh, no. No. Do you like to you Let it go. Can you let it go? How can you let it go? Let it go. No. You like Well. Yeah. It's not Cannot thought it in there. Ever something. Hotel. Oh, look. Okay. Cool. Can you let Carlo Can you let it go? Go. Do you Let it go? Do you Let go of me..
"carlo" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast
"That's that could mean. Figuratively and literally you know Foof Pan Am and this is the this is awesome. I really enjoyed the temperature wherever they hope that once things I can I can get with Michelle. Again, we can do some shows together. I'm trying to think about myself that like what other? Stories new stories I can tell 'cause I'm almost tired of telling the story that everyone has told him before some thinking of thinking of new things do and talk about. But but yeah, I hope he is enjoyed the episode If you did you know you can you can follow Michelle at Michelle shall. On all the social you can get her book a fish out of Agua on a Michelle Carlo Dot Com, and just follow her as she's. She's a pretty fucking amazing person and Rate A. podcast tell your friends about it. I would love to You know I wouldn't get more or listen I. I want to get up there. You know I think this podcast is really something amazing to offer to people and Yeah and you can you can catch me social media all sorts media's as cool underscore ass vern, and yeah, you can follow me time we have. We do like to tell me something or Whatever. The fuck man just just joy the podcast and I'll see you guys on the flipside piece..
"carlo" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast
"Was Great? Yeah, man. So that's me and Michelle Carlo hope you guys enjoyed the episode because I know I really enjoyed talking to her. and. She said you know she mentioned earlier Ed Ship Mitch, and again, I had to be like, Hey, wait a minute. Let's go back like kill Whitey Day like what the fuck is going on and it's and it's crazy that like. That was the thing I mean like in the in the Bronx was. Not just runs but like all New York was trying to figure out what the fuck it was. So it was just it was just the city of like whatever goes goes, which was pretty much like you know stems from the past up just like well, this city is Kinda Shit and it's being run by you know by all mobsters and everyone's pretty much for themselves but like it was just insane, it's insanity. It's insanity to me that like this that that was the thing. Making a kill a kill Whitey Day and. Kill. Blackie deal whatever the fuck and the fact that like you know Michelle was Kinda like in this middle where she didn't fit in on on either fuck inside and so one fuck stabbed her. You know it it. It doesn't even matter where what does that someone fucking stab you as fucking teenager is crazy shit ever like that's how nutty things were. I couldn't even imagine that going on today just for the fun of it. You know. Just for the fucking funded it is. Man But. It is really good to know that like out of all of this Michelle houses. No come out as a stronger person stronger person that that knows. Who she is and knows what she wants and goes out there and gets it. You know and I said in the episode like there's really hard when you're trying to be a creative. And no one understands what you're talking about because and it makes sense that like you know. Your parents are or whoever the wants you to succeed, and they want you to make money you know and as every artist knows that there is no money in art whatsoever like you've really gotTa, be plucked from obscurity I only. But Hey, listen you know life with you. Let me put some money into you and and and put your name up. Good. If that was the case you know we would all be fucking something you know. But. But you know Michelle has done pretty amazingly well for us of you know you know between like doing all these you know one woman shows and writing a book I couldn't even imagine writing a book. I couldn't even imagine it. You Know I. Think if our board a book, I would write a book about like. The weird crazy sex experiences that I've that I've had over the years but I. Never thought that like my life would be that interesting enough to write. to, write a book about you know. So you know I I I gave it to Michelle for. For doing that because he really has some interesting experiences. A lot of a lot of it is you know dealing with parents dealing with parents and trying to come try to be yourself and dealing with her. With the passing of her dad and and trying to figure bash all out you know and It's It's. I only think that you know it's it's a pretty. Pretty, amazing thing to do. You know. Being a human is so fucking hard and when it comes time trying to figure not only your out. But what you WANNA do any trying to figure that out with like all is you know over all eyes on you it's even tougher. You know especially when you go up in the city that's like pretty much do-or-die. And.
"carlo" Discussed on After The Fact
", Carlo Ravelli thank you so much for being with us today. . Thank you for having me you. . are a physicist who I must say writes like a poet <hes> and your book the seven brief lessons on physics has has sold <hes>. . Is If something like forty languages around the world and it ends with this most amazing line that I would like to to start our conversation with if you don't mind you say on the edge of what we know in contact with the oceans of the unknown. . Shines the mystery and beauty of the world. . Is that science is that the pursuit of science for you? ? Yes. . Definitely. . <hes> because science. . Starts <hes> I think both historically and in the life of each scientists a with a wonder and with the mystery. . And in fact, , I think the nature of science is to realize that we do not know things and therefore we're curious to go and try to. . Find out and the nature of of scientists also the based on the discovery that we can find out things. . We can discover things that we did not know there is a methodology to to science, , but the scientific method is both something that leads us forward but also makes I. . Pause makes us go take two steps back, , reevaluate its science it seems despite methodology. . Is Not Linear people talk about the scientific method. . But I would say those less of a scientific method. . Than what one usually think? ? It's like painting. . Of course, , there is a method painting you go to school and they teach you how to paint. . But then the painter is the guy who does does not follow what is being taught to invent something else. . and. . In fact, , in science, it , has happened all over again. . In the in the history of science that <hes> what was considered the the good mattered before it turned out to be insufficient and new things were found found out. . Of course, , there are many aspect of science which are. . Pretty stable and that give it strength. . Checking. . Not Trusting ideas unless you find a way to confirm them. . Try To base your information on actual data and and looking at the world observing measuring checking. . Putting in doubt not believing the things you you believe him there's a beautiful line in by actor <hes> Galileo in the play in which a at the end in which in the play there's Galileo the one of the inventors of science so to say. . With one of his young assistant and they got an idea in the assistant says. . Now. Let's . do everything possible to show. . That is right and Galileo says, , no, , no no, , let's do it. . Everything possible to show that it is wrong. . And if it is survives, , we start believing it. . fascinate yes. . So you know. . We are speaking at a time when the world of course is facing this terrible pandemic. . And scientific research about this unfolding before our eyes are there lessons for us all in in what we're learning how this is unfolding as you say We we have learned things that we think are right about the virus and then something changes in our we have to we have to adjust our thinking how we can counteract it. . It gets it gets up again to the point of Galileo right how do we prove ourselves? ? Wrong? ? We sued you tried of where find out where we were right I. . Think Yeah. I. . . Think there are lessons and then and in fact <hes> it's it's it's an opportunity seeing how science works the first thing we all notice is that we don't know anything we are in the dark and that's a that's often the starting point of science. . <hes>. . The second thing is we're not completely dark. . The reason we are. . Searching for a way to heal this. . Virus and for a vaccines is because we have wasted ill illnesses that are extraordinary effective on the one hand we see the limits of science on the other hand we see the power of signs. . Let me put in this way. . Few generations ago not many maybe two centuries ago the average expected live the life expectancy of people where several decades decades shorter than today this is because there was a scientific method or some sort to that helped us learn how to deal with with illness and that's what is being used. . The second point is that we see that scientists look in different directions, , right one search, , one methods, , another search, , another methods, , and of course, , each scientists of tries to believe or sort of believe be confident in the way he's going, , but we don't know a priori who is right. . However those convergence and that's the point. . There are always being convergence in scientific. . Debates in uncertainty so after the debate after the searcher. . The knowledge that is acquired is definitely knowledge so it will take time, , but it will come out. . Perhaps. . The last comment is that we all see how science is crucial I. . Mean if there's anything that can save us for a lot of pain, , the situation is knowledge. . I chose science as my. . As, , the field where I hope I can in my in my info humidity and in my little. . Being small contribute to the overall discussion but I have not chosen signs as the only prisoner from which to look at the world I. . Think we should. . We should use problems. . We should look at the world through literature through our to politics too our leaves. . So I think it's a coming together of perspectives. . I went into sign slater in my life to come directly question only at some point. . I stumbled innocence upon science and I fell in love with. . It was a non rational choice. . It was an emotional choice I started to study at school. . Modern physics. . Relativity quantum mechanics. . All that and I said, wow, , , this is incredibly beautiful I. WanNa . I. . WanNa work this and then I realized that I was good in it <hes> and so I said okay this is this is what I do in my life. .
"carlo" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"You know I mean that and knowing knowing the difference and how to create and structure and foster that balance where I mean, it's it's it's the same thing as any kind of. Of any kind of big venture, you know I think if someone's going to do great work and they're they're on your team, the way they're going to do great work is if you believe in them and you allow them to you know. To to strive and to do what they do so well, the thing they the reason you hired them on at the same time, you also need to be the. You know the person who is molding and sculpting the vision as well. And and and keeping the project true to the soul of of everything that you want the movie to be. At the same time as as you know breathing life. Into every scene and trying the best you can. To foster powerful organic performances. For me a filmmaker you also have to be you know you're kind of like the tree the the strong tree that can hold up you know that can. Bear fruit and leaves and be strong proud tree in the forest. But you also have to be the tree that that is supple enough to bend in the breeze. So that it won't break and interesting outs you know. To see the opportunities to see the necessity is often the mother of invention is the first time filmmaker working with you know you're not working with five hundred million dollars. You need to see how worked to my advantage or you know how can this? Fact that are seen as rain doubt be turned to something exciting and interesting and compelling like what happened to us on that scene in swallow with the rainbow that was all you know discovered that. So it's it's really a balance and being a directors about learning how to. Empower the people you work with and to inspire them to do the work that they're the most excited about a while also staying true to your vision and championing the The story that you WanNa, see on the screen and cultivating and sculpting. The intricacies of that tail. That's great. I. Love The tree analogy I'm definitely gonNA. Get a hang onto that one that's also. So I'm really curious about the what the response has been like for the film both on a emotional level and on a visceral horror level, I'll tell you watching it made my asaf is hurt. I. Actually felt a physical sensation of because you can't help but watch it in in empathizing I started to get physical sensations of foreign objects like literally like right in my chest. Yeah. It was kind of bizarre but what's the What is the response been from a kind of a visceral horror perspective but also from a emotional perspective because it does have some horror elements, but it also has some very very emotional elements suit as well. I mean the movie is really clear heart. So what what are the two different kinds of responses bit thank you for saying it has a clear heart I. Love that phrase administered using that. Yeah you know what I'm so proud of about the movie is that it really is kind of an emotional rollercoaster film that frightens people. It's also film makes you laugh and it's also a film that makes you cry and oftentimes when the movie has ended in public screenings I've been so moved by people coming up to me with tears in their eyes or wanting to tell me personal stories they've lived through that they felt were represented in the movie in some form some of the Cuban as have become quite emotional and and healing and beautiful. And I've been so gratified to. that. The movie has has that that people have seen it and some people have taken it into their personal cosmology you know and that's what I do with the movies I. Love. I just see them my usher them into my. Cathedral of of personality and I say Oh do you want to know why am let's sit down and watch my favorite movies and I hope that swells a movie like that. That is personal enough and and point enough that it connects for people while at the same time being an unusual film and film, it's a little dangerous and you know unsettling because sometimes you got to kind of shocked people that have complacency a little bit. You know we so numb. Times we were sitting around you know kind of just letting the world wash over US and sometimes a great film can have you know a Cathartic reaction where you wake up a little in you go wait a minute wait a minute. You know there's some injustice in the world that I want to try to work against or there's something I've been feeling that I haven't articulated yet or there's some personal journey that I want to sort of go on you know that. Can Be effective films. Swallow seems to be a film that has that affect. A lot of people have been making fan art for the movie. Potent designed, drawing their own posters and taking it into their own world and I have been so honored and gratified to see that. That's awesome. So. When it comes to directing and filmmaking, there's a lot of books out. There are a lot of which are not the best because a lot. There's a lot that are written by people have actually done it, but it's a market that's flooded with a Nada, a lot of subpart products. But that being said, were there any resources or books that were particularly helpful for you as filmmaker either from a creative perspective or a business perspective? That's a good question Yes. Especially, when I was in film school I remember there was a few books that. I've found deeply inspiring one of which was notes cinematographer by Robert, Bresson? That little book you know that I think you can still order it online carry it around in my back pocket new is like these little Haiku who's about making a movie that were philosophically fascinating you know he would say. The movie is born in your mind dies on the page. It's reborn on the in the shoot. You know he had all these great kind of a metaphorical analogies. And then I remember Tarkovsky sculpting in time was one that really resonated with me There's a lot of fascinating books out there to read on film and filmmaking. But at the same time. Also I derived great solace from watching films. You know there was a period where I would go through I would watch five films a day when I was in film school and I had to cut that back. So I get some sleep and to make some movies of my own, but just going to the. Library even watching film after film I discovered you know Chantal Ackerman discovered films that deeply inspired me like a city of God or you know psycho and I found films that changed my life you know forever. and. then. I had a rich Palette to draw inspiration from I would say that keeping up a steady diet of of great movies, interesting movies or even films that aren't so great so that you can stutter. Narrative structure is really important. And I, think that's you know there are there are a lot of their resources out a lot more online that people can go to to watch great films and I encourage that you're only going to improve your film. The more movies you watch. Great. Great on that note, Carla this is a real pleasure. Thank you and huge congratulations on swallow what is next for you. So right now I'm working on. A feminist supernatural horror movie amongst other projects. And hopefully, I'll have a new movie soon to share with you in your audience. And I. Hope you'll have me back on to talk about it. Then Great I. Hope Everybody is staying safe and staying inside washing their hands and supporting. All of the essential workers and hospital workers were risking their lives every day and I hope wait we we all get through this. And and I think films are important at this time I really think movies can bring us together increase empathy fight prejudice and you know increase unity, which we which and and give us the solace to to make it through trying times like this. Yeah. Exactly. It's. It's movies are definitely more important than ever and I feel like a lot of movies are going to be written now because people now have these this time. Yes. So now's the time filmmakers out there and get those scripts done. That's right in. The Cameron on, they're all hiding from the plague telling stories. Cool. Well, Carlo. Thanks again any parting wisdom for the film makers out there hurting wisdom yes. I, would say that one of the most important a totem animals for me as a filmmaker. Is the wolf because the wolf is known for its endurance and I think is a filmmaker you really need to have endurance. You have to keep the hearth fires burning of your creativity, your imagination, your inspiration because it really is a long run to get a movie made and a lot of times. It seems like an impossible dream but I'm here to tell you that it is possible and if..
"carlo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"To do when they stop playing ball again control my seat are you kidding me well that's the issue for a while and now most of my friends and I hope you is that while Carlo it's frightening but it's the world we live in right now it stinks the idea that there's a good chance that you won't see game at Yankee Stadium or Citi field this year it's part of what we do put I think everybody's world been thrown upside down sell day by day that's what I'm trying to do some days I'm not going to take my own advice I'll be the first time some days like more daunting than others you know I've said to my dad stolen a few days ago on like you know we have good days and bad days yeah I cherish those good days even if it's in quarantine even if it's you know I'll show you why sure it's a workout you do or it's Emelia may spending time with a lot of one going back and watching all game like I did today it sounds really simplistic but that you have new folks said for park this guy knows what to do Justin is up next these on a phallus up Justin brother what's going on and just do a check in date he rob so much fun with the nineteen ninety bills giants one of the best of both of the store I was in the Persian Gulf War hill's story behind that there was a helicopter on top of the stadium and to this day I don't know if you saw the full force of buffalo on ESPN the thirty fifth have terrific thirty fifth area correct right right said he would kick that Norwood from sixty so they said that helicopter had some bearing on Michael white right and you know more more watch a game it will do it the last ten yards on sure Justin and listen if your bills fan I mean the idea yeah I listen Justin that's one we talk about games you never get over that way you have again all part of and the last one that they will to the cowboys they're winning thirteen to six at halftime but then they would just dead and they said in the documentary quickly goes to the Buffalo Bill team that looked like a team that played a lot of playoff games and he just died in the second half well let's start over one of the more remarkable achievements that will never get the respect it deserves because the bills did not win calling the four straight super bowls is almost impossible and as dominant Justin it's dominos the patriots have been almost two years ago to four straight they don't deal with this issue if they would want this year with four straight but they couldn't and it was Tennessee whatever the reason it's Tennessee it was Peyton manning in the Broncos it was the Baltimore ravens Joe Flacco it was Jake Plummer in the Denver Broncos it is really really hard to go to that many super bowls in a row and you still have that sense of motivation and to get back in to get back on the horse always deployed more freely beasties that it may lead older losses within the AFC still and they were dominant against them during the regular season that's the crazy part if you look at that we play them twice during those four years and the bills only lost four games enable my team that I can tell you what it is with a merino wool western New York I mean you might as well for fifty games out there your chance with the man on the two thousand one Yankees I was amazed what's with President Bush threw out the first pitch that was soft chewing bone chilling them and that was because pops that was questioned because everything that was going on in the country to have an acting president with a bullet proof vest on which directs the rate's going to Yankee Stadium and saying bring it on we're all together as a nation piazza's home run had that sort of feel the Yankees point in that World Series same thing all sports can provide that healing power at some point it's not gonna be any time soon but I hope we can put thirty nine here on this Wednesday morning it's JJ after that judges Jansky right here on the fantasy seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six come right back when you're a global university that was founded more than seventy years ago for service members and working adults you need a name to match your mission university of Maryland University College is now university.
"carlo" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Carlo and almost anything yeah and then yes good this is intended by yes was remember Michelle can and I'm very glad to hear that your application you want to go we need the services of an American lawyer in connection with it later it is very unusual in idea one them as you would you please drive over to my home why yes of its own not be glad to thank you thank you very much I just think it thanks you for the view and edit and tell the driver to take you to my home or no value but it will resume I leave immediately right at home as you pray I should be able to live right welcome Michelle Canada welcome to the house do play thank you I want you to meet my colleagues tell idols and bound X. especially on bass and on the German like how do you lose out on the not pleased to be seated Michelle couldn't and we will as you say in America get down to business thank you Mister Mitchell color me around to see could services that you supplied the entertainment filed in about the last night the entertainment a whole you made yeah the young composer Richard Milo we now and this then that these not exclusively a composer machine did not a composer wire I'm afraid I don't even think that you deliberately send this meant to us is this by a of a of your government now what have you to say this is unfounded he gave me a purely in the interest of what he wanted to meet a certain young lady yes we know that I did of colonial rule would approve Helen world exactly be **** and this gentleman that one X. is a fiance this Yukon and we understand that you have a collectible of strange and unusual with that correct answer on this has been a sort of application and may show kinda the time has come for us to put our cards on the table more humane bound only this until after your to stop your unwanted interference in office and said a moment here we want to well you must suddenly at the few persistence sending your spies and Confederates to us under the guise of starting positions than what Mr you will be able to add a new winner to you'll collect only just waited Michelle kind of been a BO own and you won't be alive to do much about do I make myself clear mature kinda I gather your threatening the gentleman yield inferences valley I could miss you we do not threaten me show kind of leave it alone you after that we would not hesitate to do what we consider as a safeguard from political interests and now as you may go but remember if you value your life and that of your compatriot keep him away from that message I've dealt that gentleman I consider to be his own personal affair and I feel quite certain that Mr maillot can take care of his own of business affairs quite adequately good day several.
"carlo" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
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