36 Burst results for "Carmen"
Fresh update on "carmen" discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"And going back to the very Eighteenth century very early nineteenth century. The big question. On scientific investigators minds was what is the relationship or is there a relationship between electricity and magnetism that that somehow they knew that there was something connecting them but there was no there was no empirical approach to try to figure out how what their relationship was okay and a scientist actually at that time. They were called natural philosophers scientists Teaching something that we would. Maybe maybe called physics at a university in copenhagen in denmark was doing the lecture About the work of. I think at that time. Michael faraday some of these people who are exploring the electricity and he had a closed circuit with a volt meter which measures electrical current with a battery in the circuit. And he showed that when you completed the circuit the volt meter registered electrical current and wendy disconnected it. There was no registering of any current and when he completed the circuit without the battery there was no registering of any current but he had this magnet. That was just on the table. And as he's talking he brings the magnet over the wire and this is in a public lecture and begin any realizes that as he moves the magnet over the wire back and forth the volt meters registering electrical current and he literally went electricity magnetism electromagnetism. This was an eighteen. Twenty one the year of a urine neptune opposition. Okay and it's crazy that we modern irs no that uranus is the planet that's associated with electrical energy will say more about that later and we know that neptune is the planet that's associated more so with with what we might call magnetic energy and in fact i think that even safari yells commenting on mesmerized som and those are more neptunium things in modern astrology. But there was no neptune yet whether it was but there wasn't really the segregated out And yet the word electromagnetism and the concept of electromagnetism came about at a urine his electricity neptune. I said opposition. But i believe it was a conjunction in eighteen in eighteen. Twenty one. yeah it would have been. Yeah so it's to me. That's that's an incredible story unto itself. Yeah i like that so electricity. And certainly in the past couple of centuries after the discovery of your an s. Electricity has become this hugely important and integral piece of life. That's kind of revolutional revolutionized like even living data day like the ability to turn on a light in your room To have light at night when it's not naturally daytime out because previously radio to television to have computers to have I mean everything is driven in some way by electrical apparatus at some at some level. Yeah and so. It's like that and technology is something that can sometimes like improve life for change life and to change it radical radical change but also very quick fast paced changes. Something very much associate with urine. It's like we used to have you know we had the nfl. We had venus and jupiter which tend to represent like growth or jupiter with like expansion But growth tends to be a little bit more You know slow in oregon where again. Yeah organic that's a good one. Whereas urine us has this artificial component and this rapid component. That's like light. Speed sort of component. Yes and i think light speed is an important word because when we talk about urine us we actually talk about instant tenacity more. At least the appearance of it Unlike magnetism Magnetism creates a field. In as you get closer to it you feel the field you get a sense you get a feeling You can get a pull on the magnet. You messmer ism hypnotism all of that and i should note that Safari owes piece was actually written during the decade of the neptune. The once every four hundred year neptune pluto conjunction and so regardless of what he was writing it was also coming through this filter of neptune pluto conjunction that they didn't know about then yet right And but but this idea that electricity is sudden you have an electrical circuit. It's on or off. There's no you don't need to warm up the engine on an electrical circuit when the power went out when we were beginning to record the session. It was instantaneous. Lightning lightning bolt. And that whole thing of of lightning being related to your urine going to save that for a little bit because there's a deeper dive on how important that is to understanding how urine this works but it's instantaneous. There is no graduation. That's why and safari. Oh has a down. That's why it's unexpected sudden. it's i it. He's another word. A blind impulses erratic. Eccentric compulsive You can't expected like lightning you can. There can be a storm going on and you can think that lightning is going to happen and then it happens but you never know when the next strike is going to be or where it's gonna strike. That has that whole element of of instantaneous and uncertain. Yes so he said his very second one was sudden changes and then later he says Sudden events changes so sudden. Changes is a great core urine one in terms of like top level uranus archetypes. That got gotta be one of the core ones. As sudden changes different saturn or jupiter because jupiter the the growth aspect of jupiter was organic. There was there was a movement to it even even in. It's a concept of traveling in education. I mean there was a process involved in jupiter almost like blowing up a balloon. You could watch it. Getting bigger and saturn also was. You know saturn if in karmic aspect. You get what you deserve. But it wasn't necessarily instantaneous. Yes there was instant karma is gonna get you but i would imagine that that meant urine swiss involved somehow because saturn itself took its time in delivering. Its its verdict. Yeah i mean even carmen like an indian context is not something. That's usually instances it can be delivered over lifetimes. Yes yeah so that idea of of sudden is also you know changes in technology. There's been such a rapid change in technology and entr leg in the older tradition. Something i'm thinking about. After doing the mars episode With sylvia last month and i also did the jupiter episode with with sam reynolds and One thing that. I didn't emphasize as much as i would have liked is that mars in traditional astrology is very fast and it speeds up whatever it touches versus and its associated with heat and excessive heat whereas saturn is associated with excessive cold and saturn.
Inflation Has Gone up Over 8% in the Last Year
"So what do we have this morning news. This morning that producer price inflation that would be inflation at the wholesale level is up was up. I should say eight percent year over year. And with that i remind you that year-over-year number goes back to a time when the economy was just starting to recover from being shut down so that that this eight percent number year-over-year the current number compares to the number a year ago that was Extraordinarily low
Willard Scott, Weatherman on NBC's 'Today' Show, Dies at 87
"Former today show weatherman Willard Scott has died at the age of eighty seven according to NBC I'm marquees are a letter with a look at his life Willard Scott had a favorite response if you asked if he was a meteorologist hello I'm a southern Baptist Scott's trademarks were one hundredth birthday greetings to viewers and dressing up in silly costumes including a famous incident in which he dressed as Carmen Miranda Scott created the Ronald McDonald character for Washington area commercials and was disappointed he was not chosen for the national ads Scott was asked in a two thousand four A. P. interview what he would send to the today show if he made it to one hundred I probably said that picture of me dressed as Carmen Miranda and then some other picture would be shaking hands with the pope
Biden Signs Order to Tackle Corporate Abuses Across U.S. Economy
"No capitalism. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox News. That's the message from President Biden as he signed a sweeping executive order yesterday aimed at boosting business competition and reigning in big business buyouts and mergers. I'm a proud capitalist. I spent most of my career representing the corporate state of Delaware. No America can't succeed. Less American business succeeds. So let me be very clear. Capitalism without competition isn't capitalism. It's exploitation. The sweeping order directs federal agencies to implement more than 70 initiatives to promote competition within the economy. The action will apply to various industries, including big tech, healthcare and airlines. Executive order will likely face legal action from businesses. Foxes. Rachel Sutherland, a Louisiana
True History of the Kelly Gang
"More lights to another out of the book reviews. My name is carmen. And i do these reviews for those who want to transcend beyond that are in me mortality to learn some knowledge to get the good stuff that there is out of the world of literature and today. I have a very intriguing one for you. It is the true history of the kelly gang by peter carey. This book was published in two thousand and it is a fictional retelling of the very alter a famous australian bushman's life from the beginning until the end. The focus is indeed of ned kelly his adventures exploits his run ins with the law in the australian bush the outback and those of the core members of his gang. But peter carey. Add some additional flavor. Some spices i guess to his story. It's a first person narrative using the medium of postles. So it is told from the point of view of ned kelly as a young man growing older and into the days just before his death. But it's done address to his daughter. Who is now overseas. And so these are fictional retailing's and each of these parcels essentially a chapter of the book. And it'll start off with a small description of this fictional parcel and then a slight summary of the chapter before then going into the actual chapter now if you've never heard of him before ned. Kelly is quite famous in australian culture in general so it does tell of his life. Being in the outback in victoria is relatively impoverished childhood. Early violence mishap saudi had with the police and just with other members of his own family apprenticeship as an outlaw as a bushman onto harry pow continual police corruption and other unfortunate events that happened in his life leading to is rebellion against authority his inauguration of a small gang the kelly gang including his brother and some trusted friends before the ultimate siege capture and death. I'm
Interview With Writer, Author, Lauren Hough
"I always have guests. Which lets you start. I always have guests interest. Will you introduce yourself a trust. See that saves you from pronouncing the name Lauren huff a writer. I have looked at your pilots. And there it. You'd be surprised how many people use that no matter where you put it though so sure absolutely carmen my entire life. That's not even the same name but that absolutely is something that people people whatever you know. You're i missed the rest of the intro. Because i was just how i knew how to pronounce. Your last name is very proud of myself. wasn't a very eloquent intro I don't know how to introduce myself Writer who wrote a book. i guess it's probably writers. Do see fucking great at. This job is interesting because i mean that's sort of thing that your book is about is i guess maybe a not not having a fixed identity because you've had a ton of jobs that are outside of the writing world. It's not like you were a person who went to undergrad and wrote and then below wrote for the rest of your life and never did anything else. You've had a lot of different things that you've done. Yeah i think that's probably why it's hard to say. I'm a writer Bouncer until last year The cable guy. Before that i still it's Yeah i still get on twitter. Oh you're the cable guy. So yeah it's it's a strange feeling that suddenly a book out of this expectation that i'll be any less of a
"carmen" Discussed on Technically 200
"So that may be feel real good. Oh man i. I would say for me. It's something that happened recently. And i'm not remembering the exact details of it but it was more the feeling so bear with me but i kind of mentioned earlier how intentional. We've tried to be in exposing our girls to like positive black examples and people that look like them and and being intentional about that sets. That's it's not really the day to day And it's something. I've been mostly concerned with With my oldest since she All of her friends at school are all amazing. Little girls but they're all white girls And so there's always this recurring topic about hair and one here that looks like xyz person. We'll baby you're does this. I here doesn't quite do that. But this is what our here. It is And recently had a discussion with her where she basically expressed a preference for her hairstyle over one that like before. We 'cause elsa braid which that's because she's always been like. Oh well the ultimate i could go on and on and on and on about my relationship with frozen. But i won't do that but this time know wasn't elsa braid. It was well to do those twists. You do because. I love my hair like clinks around. And how how like specific attentional. She was about it when previously like her response to that have not been. That was just a moment where it validated that. We're other right path. Like where it's working you know. This is still her day to day reality but she is internalizing a strong sense of self so we just need to keep it up That's that was probably my proudest. Like okay we're not we're not totally screwing this not totally totally so just to wrap things up and i really appreciate you both taking the time to share your experiences and respective journeys. Because i've i've taken away so much. I know our listeners will as well. We like to end with Just a few standard questions. You've got No more than thirty seconds to answer Each of them so many sincere two of you. I don't want to unduly favour one of the one of the other so you only get ten seconds to think about it. One question at a time ready all right favorite song. That's on repeat right now. Won't he do it. Seven by prints who are some of the best answers. I've heard yet all right second favorite dish to be made for you. Anything at odd duck. My husband's really great grill salmon on the grill and then final question. Is your number one getaway once covid. Nineteen is not a thing. I know we're headed to africa. We're going to do a tour of several countries. We have failed those down. But that's our next big international. You got me a I'm going to say disney because we haven't taken my kids and that's what we were supposed to do. When kobe hit the disneyworld or disneyland world the best. Well thank you so much. Carmen johnson technical product manager of wpn. Gin and mom and common rooms lead you x. researcher at handshake and mom. I truly appreciate you making the time to spend a with us in our listeners to share Just the incredible work that you all do Both outside and inside of the home and for your families and and thank you again thanks. Dan met twin great. Yes thank you so much. Thanks again for listening to today's technically two hundred episode. Don't forget to subscribe and visit us at technically. Two hundred dot.
Interview With Claire of up in the Air Life
"Thanks so much for joining us. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business. Hi my name is claire. And i am from a town called woodbridge virginia. It's about thirty minutes from dc. I live in playa del carmen mexico. And i'm actually in virginia now at my house here. And what's the name of your business. I have a. I own a lot of travel. Company called up in the air life and i also run a coaching brand under myself. I coach entrepreneurs who are looking to create travel businesses or any type of service based businesses. I helped them get to the money. So tell us like what was it like growing up in virginia and is that where your travel. I've started or was that later on in life. Yes so i grew up merge virginia. I was born in bridgeport connecticut where my parents are from and you know as a growing up as a child. We traveled ally back and forth where my parents are from My mom and dad have pretty large families. Close knit families. My mom has Eight brothers and sisters in my dad has like fifteen or sixteen brothers and sisters. So i have over a hundred first cousins in a young age. You know. I remember playing kickball in Kick the can was like my favorite one in hiding. Go seek at my grandma's house that had like a cornfield In there and like it was on a street called union avenue where it was like five families that all live next door over time and it was amazing so i had a really great childhood fun
Che Guevara as an Icon
"What is one of the most popular images symbolizing revolutionary and radical politics. That you can even think of for me. It's definitely that image of che guevara wearing a beret looking off into the distance. Are we going into this topic of il-chang give out so the year is two thousand nine and met my very first college party and i'm sherlyn you know relaxing all cool not playing some bebo and some guy walks in with t shirt and immediately. It caught my eye because number one. Cuban and number two. It's gigolo at number three. it's a white guy wearing a chicken. I don t shirt and it wasn't very different from any of the times that i saw ceva anywhere else but suddenly some white kid walking into a party wearing a t shirt had me feeling things that i had never felt before when it had seen shale at his image that grew up seeing china's image almost everywhere growing up in miami. You not really presented with people who are very different from your upbringing so growing up with a bunch of cubans. It never occurred to anybody to put j. o. On a t shirt and walk around with it carmen. And i were both raised. Cuban americans in miami where the perspective of tshuva i would say is generally that. This man was very violent figure in the revolution. It's the very first time. I think that i was confronted. With the fact that somebody else might have a different idea of what this image stands for. So get into the image. The image i'm talking about. I'm sure you've seen countless amount of times. It has been said that it is the most reproduced photograph of the twentieth century. And it is the image of chiang about looking off into the distance very serious. He's got long hair and he's wearing a beret with a single star in the middle. The image is called gabrielle at equal or heroic warrior. Yup well i have never translated that. And now as i'm saying it in english it's even
Suspect in mass shooting at Orange business complex knew victims
"Victims and lock The gates. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox News Police in Southern California say the man suspected of a mass shooting in the city of Orange knew the people he shot and killed. He's identified as a minute job. Gonzalez. The victims were associated with a company called Unified Homes to Women. A man and a nine year old boy were killed. A woman who was holding the nine year old as he died was injured. Investigators have established that the suspect arrived at the location at a rental car. Which has been located in the parking lot of Tuo Tuo west drama. I'm sorry, West Lincoln. The suspect is believed to have been living out of a motel room in Anaheim Lieutenant Jennifer Ahmad says Gonzalez was injured and is in critical but stable condition. Jessica
Four killed, two injured, including alleged gunman, in California shooting
"A mass shooting in Southern California leaves four dead. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox News. No word. What sparked the shooting yesterday at an office building near Los Angeles. When police arrived, bullets were still flying for victims that are deceased on the location. One of those victims does include a child police Lieutenant Jennifer amount with the city of Orange says officers arrived in time to stop the gunman from killing 1/5 victim that is a female victim, and she is currently in critical condition. Our suspect was also transported to the hospital, where he is in critical condition. It's unclear whether the gunman was injured as police returned fire or whether he shot
Child Among 4 Dead in Shooting at Los Angeles Office Building
"Four shot and killed in Southern California, including a child. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox News, Police say The gunman opened fire Wednesday afternoon in an office building in the Los Angeles suburb of Orange officials not saying at this point why the child was Hampus seen shots were still being fired when police arrived with officials calling it an officer involved shooting. The suspect was wounded by police that
News Corp to Buy Houghton Mifflin Harcourt's Consumer-Publishing Arm
"In London. Simon I in Fox News major publishing business has been sold. News Corp is buying Houghton Mifflin Hardcourts Consumer publishing business That's paying $349 Million Dhmh unit includes the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Martha Stewart titles and the Carmen San Diego books. It also publishes George Orwell. Philip Roth and its Children's books also include the little blue truck, Curious George And the Polar Express. The sale will help hoping to pay down debt and focus on its digital first education strategy.
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority GM 'Commits' To No Layoffs Or Furloughs For T Or Commuter Rail
"Or layoffs the Carmen's union for its part, it's still skeptical as we hear from WBC's Karen Regal. That letter indicates the team may bring back services faster than expected and that the commuter rail would see a significant increase in service next month with its new schedules. The letter also promised no layoffs or furloughs about 40 commuter rail employees were about to disembark thanks to layoffs, and now they will not Boston. Carmen Union President Jim ever says he's still worried then we have no covert numbers out tonight from DPH, the state now reporting 1887 newly confirmed cases on the seven day average positivity rate 2.1% and for context here that is the first time it's been above 2% since last month, officials say 43 more people have died of covert 19. I'm Nicole Davis. You're on
Addressing the Black Maternal Healthcare Crisis
"Two day we are joined by two amazing women to discuss. Black women's health care carmen. Green the vice president research and strategy at the national earth equity collaborative and one of my friends. Melanie newman senior vice president of communications and culture at the planned. Parenthood of america ladies. How are you thinking for joining us today. Thank you for having us zero. Well thank you glad to be here. So i just love seeing black women who are all about supporting lifting other black women especially when it comes to healthcare so first question is what brought each of you to this work melanie. I'll start with you. Melania i used to work at the dnc together. She came down for the convention in charlotte. And i've just been able to see her do so many bad ass. Amazing things like just your communication strategy. Everything that you do. you're amazing. So what made you fall in love with this work. Thank you so. I would would brought me to planned. Parenthood is my commitment to flow the through line through my entire career. It's not just planned. Parenthood the through line in my career is my commitment to black people in impact. Positively impacting the lives of black people. So before planned. Parenthood i worked in government have done housing policy. I've done criminal justice work at the justice department and at the w. c. p. legal defense fund and i came to planned parenthood to work in health equity Its core to planned. Parenthood's mission and Connects with me in a very real way as a black woman. As a black mother ensuring an expanding access to sexual reproductive healthcare particularly for black women is incredibly important to me. So that's why i'm here carmen. How 'bout you yes indeed. Where my journey to health equity. In what i do now it national birth equity collaborative has really come from genuine interest in learning more about my own my own story my own freedom like on my healing journey. I find that they're these different. Ill these different points aware. I become closer within an entire tribe in learned that there are folks all over the country in world who are interested in what i'm also interested in so for example i was on my healing journey from From sexual assault in abuse. And do that do they experience. I started to learn about public. Health started to learn that there are entire organizations that focused on reproductive justice in reproductive freedom on medicare organization said. Do this work on a policy level. And so as i assumed in my own healing in in my own life journey i find that there are just hundreds of thousands of other black women who are also seeking their own freedom on through the work into activism and advocacy are. That's how i found myself from doing burke justice in breath equity work. Today i appreciate you boast just much for what you do for carrying so much about black women's health care and we're gonna dive into it a little bit more one. The first things that i want to talk about is the black maternal health. Mama this act. I just love that name. It was re introduced into congress by representatives. Lauren underwood albums in senator cory booker. So can you both just dive in a little bit more. Ow this act in why. It's really important to black women in carmen. We can start basile most definitely so excited. She's like oh. I'm no out so when you are love talking about it. Because it's been years in the making thinking of the leadership over decades of people lifting the blanton health crisis and now we're at this point where we have a mommy bus act so it was first introduced with at least the black maternal health caucus was created in two thousand nineteen. And that's when the pressure really started but The caucuses self is exciting. Because it's a one of the largest asks that is like now moving through the federal legislative process. And that just speaks so much to how this issue connects with individuals. We all viscerally know how important it is to care for. Mob take care for our own mothers and so when these stories are told on these devastating tour stories of Light preventable death and long term chronic conditions for black mamas i. I'm pleased that is that is connected with so many legislators. But i'm right now as a package of twelve bills that hit on all different kinds of things. It's just really nice to hear. The breath of policy changed as within the mommy bus. But it is its purpose is to filling gaps in existing legislation to address every dimension of the black. Maternal health. Crisis
Remains of Emil Kapaun, long-lost Army Chaplain from Kansas, identified 70 years after death
"The missing remains have been identified of a korean war. Us army chaplain who was posthumously awarded the medal of honor by president. Obama reverend emil coupon of kansas died as a prisoner of war. Seventy years ago during the korean war but until a few days ago the whereabouts of his remains were a mystery. The us military says that found them in hawaii buried among other unidentified soldiers in the national cemetery of the pacific other coupon served as an army chaplain during world war two and the korean war and continued to minister to fellow. Pow's and for all that he received a medal of honor and the catholic church is considering him for sainthood. Carmen roberts fox
Japanese billionaire seeks 8 people for free trip to the moon
"Japanese billionaire announced the contest to take a trip to the moon. There's Carmen Roberts. Japanese billionaire You. Sakuma is always says he's looking for eight creative people to join him on a trip around the moon in a space X rocket. And he is paying. Yes, I'm going through up myself were released a video to encourage people to apply to be one of his guest on the flight called Dear Moon, The CEO of Space Sex, Elon Musk adds, This will be a historic event. It'll be the first private space flight first commercial space flight with humans beyond Under Earth orbit. Musk says it looks as if the systems should be ready for launch and 2023. Well, if you're interested, you can apply on the Dear Moon website. Dear moon dot Earth through March 14th
Microsoft announces passwordless authentication in Azure
"Microsoft announced his end to end encryption support for teams plus password list loggins microsoft announced that it is adding end to end encryption support to microsoft teams later this year at its ignite conference yesterday. It stated that preview of end to end encryption teams will be available in the first half of this year for commercial customers it will be available for one to one unscheduled teams calls and is designed for more sensitive conversations. This is something that its main competitor. Slack does not currently have microsoft also announced that it is making password list lugging a standard feature for as your active directory. A cloud based service customers can use to handle their employees logging chores. Us unprepared for a competition with china. Commission finds a comprehensive report released this week by the national security commission on artificial intelligence states that white house leadership and a substantial investment will both be needed to ensure us superiority in artificial intelligence by twenty twenty five commission. Chair and former. Google chief executive eric schmidt said he believes china is catching the. Us up on a initiatives proposed by the commission include the creation of technology competitive council within the white house to be chaired by the vice president. A steering committee on emerging technology within the defense department to coordinate an advance implementation of technology and d creation of an accredited degree granting digital services academy to help build a pipeline of civil service tech tyrant. Tom cruise deepfake videos rattled security. Experts three mysterious deepfake videos of tom cruise. That have gone. viral on. Tiktok are the handiwork of chris. Ume a video visual effects specialist from belgium. The videos have drawn attention from experts and non experts alike for being among the most convincing. Examples of the genre of fake videos yet produced deepfakes created using artificial intelligence that uses a technique to train to neural networks in tandem to either create or identify facial imagery while some technologists security experts. Fear deepfakes will become a potent weapon for political disinformation. Chris downplays such concerns saying quote consumers. Just need to become more skeptical of what they see and quote carmen. Ransomware makes it easy and cheap to launch attacks. A new ransomware. Do it yourself. Kit called carmen k. A. r. m. e. n. Is making it easy. For one of these cybercriminals to launch ransomware attacks packaged with small loader and also small in size it can detect if it is operating in a sandbox environments and can automatically delete portions of its code to prevent security researchers from analyzing it carmen scrambled files with eighty s. Two fifty six bit encryption and operates with minimal connections to its command and control server as a ransomware as a service product. Carmen automates many processes including payment processing so users can concentrate on distributing the rent somewhere at one hundred and seventy five dollars. Carmen lowers the barrier to entry to the ransomware market.
The Failed Shangri-La Plaza
"The star studded high production surrealistic musical sitcom shangri la plaza was originally produced as a pilot for b. nineteen ninety ninety one season but for one night only the network decided to air it as a summer fill in on july thirtieth nineteen ninety and that half hour made history. Well kind of in a really weird bad way. So we're gonna talk about the sitcom shangri la plaza. All of the weirdness that occurs around it to talk about cop rock. That was abc. Same year that this came out. It has a very cop rock field. But what is what are your reactions to this the intro. I could not tell you what it was about. If you pay me any amount of money it so abstract i guess and never mind the cheesiness. that's i expect that it's one thousand nine hundred ninety experimental. Things are a little bit weird. I was just saying that. Like i guess seinfeld came and say yeah television at that point but i could not tell. It seemed like a place. Where maybe there's food and abc live. I don't know what is highly. It's hard to tell it's it all began really with nineties. L. a. mall culture shangrila was inspired by that and it was filmed on location in north hollywood strip mall at the corner of vineland and burbank boulevard. In north hollywood california just went for it. This set a strip mall was built on top of an original strip mall which is where the problems really begin. This mall on mall design was the topic of a washington post story in nineteen ninety emmy award winning art director. Jeremy ray elton best known for his work on playhouse was responsible for the set sign. And that's not the only high-calibre name attached this very confused project. Broadway legend terrence man. Who played leads in. Layman's and cat stars as ira bondo machine mechanic who works with his brother. George jeff jaeger lanes musician love interest. John remain in seinfeld. Speaking of seinfeld at the mall's bodyshop. When amy molloy hardin yes jan on the office takes over her shitty husbands donut shop. I think after he dies. Both brothers are instantly. Smitten future smallville. Star nexium sex cult leader. Alice mac a very young l. Plays amy's precocious eight year old daughter in her only on screen acting role jazz. Great carmen lundy plays the donut shops. Only employees savion glover plays a wrapping teen commenting on. What's happening kind of greek chorus style. An oscar nominee. Chris sarandon plays the plazas landlord. It's for something where it's just a pilot of a throwaway like experimental pilot like pretty heavy hitting actors. The show itself was helmed by horror sci fi writer director nick castle. You may know him as the co writer of john. Carpenter's state from new york. And he played michael myers in the original halloween. The composers were craig sapphire or sedan known from his work. On cheers and mark mueller. Who wrote the theme song to duck tales and jennifer pages. Nine hundred ninety eight hit crush it just like there's a lot of talent involved in this project and it just gets lost along the way while working together on projects like the last starfighter tapped the trio discovered. They had a common passion. The three of us loved old musicals. Knicks dad was a choreographer who had done royal wedding and many other movies sephardim says and the opportunity to make a musical finally happened. When cassel's pal jeff sagansky became the head of cbs. He was looking for something new. Some fresh ideas for cbs program lineup castle savannah mueller who themselves the schmaltz kings were creating in la based rock opera and unique written and composed by credit on the pilot the or inspired like i said by the strip malls around the mall culture in the late eighties early nineties. Kind of creating something colorful and also their love of musicals. It's like a hat and a hat on a hat. The pitch to cbs was also pretty weird. The schmaltz kings cleared off sagansky desk and with the keyboard and two speakers. They perform songs from the show in character.
Acceptance: Is It The Path To Less Suffering by Allison Carmen
"Acceptance is it the path to less offering by alison carman of alison. Carmen dot com. The other night my friend and i went to see a show is very crowded in the theater so when the show was over it took a long time to exit. My friends started to get very tight about people not walking more quickly and was really bothered for my part. I really didn't think much of it. We were talking about the show as we were shuffling out and accepted the slow pace as part of what happens when you go to the theater part of my mind detached and looked at the situation. I found it so interesting that we were both having the exact same outer experience but such a different inner experience. My friend just wanted to leave the theater and in her mind it was wrong. How slowly everyone was walking but his thought created impatience and frustration on her part. I'm no buddhist monk. But i did the situation and enjoyed my time talking as we inched out the door when i got home a little harsh about my friend as i repeated the story to my husband but as i was repeating the story i was reminded of how i had been in a cab going to the show that nights and there was traffic. I got upset that there was traffic. And that i'd be late for the show recalling. This my laughed a little. There was no difference between me and my friend why we were both resisting. The moment. it doesn't matter if one person stinking the line should be moving quicker and another. There should not be traffic on park avenue at this time of day. These are just are stories of how life should be stories that make a stress and miserable and even if my friend and i are right about these situations does it matter what should be is not what is happening in the moment and because we are trapped in how things should be we are not free so what is the key to internal freedom and joy in a word it is acceptance often when i speak to clients about the idea of acceptance. Their knee jerk reaction. No matter what their problem is. Why would i accept. This is not right. Or i am not going to just give up and accept these circumstances but believing that. Something's right or that you have to give up is not what acceptance is for me. The acceptance is seeing things as they are in the moment in simply accepting. This is the experience you are having. The struggle of is happening should not be happening or this is unacceptable ends when we accept things as they are. Sometimes there's nothing to do about a situation as when we were leaving a crowded theatre or when we are in traffic the minute you accept the thing that's driving you nuts. You stop struggling with it and you stop feeling pain. There's nothing to do but relax in the present with the experience is what life has to offer other times except in subsea find peace and less suffering even as he remained open to changing your circumstances in the future acceptance does not change your passion or need for change allows you to show up in the moment with piece about what is an strengthened focused to make things different nowadays. Will my kids don't clean their rooms it rains. I don't have an umbrella or declined. Forgets are meeting. I try to smile and say. I did not expect this but i accept this. Maybe everything is okay. I take a big breath in men. Smile still tell my children at clean their room. They get home. I buy a five dollar umbrella that will break in a week and try to figure out an effective way to remind my clients of our meetings. I do all of those things at the same time. I am accepting the moment for what it is. This is a true path for less suffering and more ease in everyday life. Take a moment and think about a few aspects of your life that you are not accepting how would it feel to not struggle with it anymore. Can you accept a circumstance in relax into the moment came. Accept your situation is still try to improve your circumstances in the future. Try the mantra. I did not expect this. But i accept this. Maybe everything is okay and then see what shows up in your life.
"carmen" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation
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"carmen" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation
"But when you listen to that record everything is new. Yes beautiful musicians on the the youngest guy. I had to tell you this. I got a little bit about the record bond ancestors. This kid is haitian brother. Did i met bay jazz hand program. All of eighteen years old is offering and as the whole record. Okay kid has has his own. He is another one that y'all need to be paying attention to his name. Is julius rodriguez okay. I had two drummers one from seattle originally his name is casa the other brothers tearing on gully. i mean these are telling. You names that you know. Not i telling you that you don't have to get a garment. London reagan make sure that you get my record to get your name straight so you can follow their careers and who live wrong. Itar produced by lisbeth. Louis my brother curtis money on bass is hold. I mean ain't gonna happen without that. Base curtis london in kenya. Davis are killing it homebase kimmelman. I'm telling you so that record. Myra gonzales originally from havana cuba throwing it down and be authentic way and the next one one boat in a way. What should i say this one. Jump off the boat before getting the states. You okay yes. One person that the rest makes them a little bit closer to africa than we are so can't be dismissing whole. That caribbean music. Keep doing that. We have to understand that. That's all part of what what makes us and our contribution to the planet on so many levels not just the music people but on so many levels we have to sit up with our backs straight and know that if not for us this country could not be what it is. yes areas. And i'm proud to say at apologizing for note you need to understand it because it's the truth. Yes yes don't this this conversation. I tell you i am modern ancestors you are generous. You are i would say woman but no you are renaissance. But you are in that right now. I'm having a conversation here with carmen..
"carmen" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation
"Glory awash to another great. Modern has history lou williams the thing. I also low about solar so speaking of the williams great pianists. Is that both pianists on that record. Are women awhile. Patrice rushing jerry allen board so science some were you'll hit me on my offender roads or electronic. He's but as women that's another thing about sobe soul that i think sets that record apart. Yes no back supper together with others. Stellar artists like being mild in my god introducing a young drummer. I think it was maybe his second record in his career. And you know Randy brecker other veteran just so many great artists on that on that record. That's takes it. Takes the life that it takes and you hear it. You can't just listen one time. Every time you listen is from one cut to the next. It has to be that way. Because it's just that great. And i listened to your comment and i hear you speak of how you invested. You invested deeply into your craft in. It's obvious that you still do and here you are today. Hang homage to the modern ancestors. You speak of the lake. Ella fitzgerald and billie holiday as i read your press release you you know you speak of ray charles and sarah bon john coltrane and you when we listen to your work and your contribution to this healing property that all of this great music brings your name is right there with them so i say kudos for you understanding and paying how much to those great folks because as time goes on we continue to give aage to you carmen lundy and i mean that was all of my heart. I need that you are a marvel. You really are what you know that you think of i. So the modern disasters we talk about finding our roots. And you know we are going all the way back and stuff you know. They'll wait a second. what about the ones. That was just left us in the summer for the nation that define actually define the how the world and america's sell music and but at the same time these being guided by that information and by that example and being given permission through that to be yourself. It's ultimately fine your statement. Not just your voice but the rain or we can use voice in abroad or turn not just the literal but to actually speak and.
"carmen" Discussed on Her Business Her Voice Her Conversation
"I'm a child of the sixties really seventies. But there was another powell stuff already ended. The amateur thing had the apollo. You couldn't do that in the seventies there wasn't happening in the seventies in new york. That was over. you know. Put your you know to the pavement. A go out there and find the game. Yes so that was the way i developed so i think that musical trading was so helpful because i was able to first off it Learn a lot of music on my own on my own independent of the bandstand but then again on the band's name of some of the world's greatest artists in newark so i had this wonderful balance. Duality going on and the whole thing of the writer. The composer Was never really what i thought would happen. I just want. I was ella fitzgerald granddaughters. Sir the doctor you know as my jazz grandmother you know and but there there was a reason for it and i didn't really know the reason for it but i knew that is some point because so many of those ours was still alive then. I was a youngster. You here. Betty carter performed plate with her for years. So i see her a lot to hear carnage cray going..
"carmen" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"And the. I guess the evening over here but talking to you carmen miller who is a musician all the way from where you based on actually based until high. Oh right now. By way of detroit michigan originally from detroit. Okay well that. That's really cool to know. And i kind of discovered you recently finally Decided to do something with my took talk account. And but i have a tiktok account for awhile and i guess i just didn't have much inevitable Believe in tiktok to be honest. Until i saw all the diverse ways you could go but may 'cause i've just been so consumed by just the The music video of people who seems from differ movies like. That's not something. I'm crazy about but i'm you know kind of warmed up to tiktok now but yeah discovered you through it and also down the rabbit hole with tiktok. Tiktok is kind of for me. It's like a time drain. Because i see so much good content and i find myself scroll in like all the time i used to be like a big facebook head of corey's but like I think that the more political that things got in terms of facebook Original you to talk more quality. And now i know i'm gonna i guess i have to qualify this because okay so with facebook. The my the biggest drawback for me was how people take and manipulate information in terms of the Stories that they grabbed from sites that are like satire sites. They purport to them to be real and things like that. I like the fact that tick tock has creators and content creators. Who manufacturer what it is that they share and that it's almost like the sound version of twitter. Sue me because you know it's it's very sore net kind of thing so that i do enjoy I'm a novice still you know. I i'm hoping to really developed really content now but i'm still pretty new. I mean being a musical artist yourself. I mean i see you benefiting from some tiktok Even more considering that from what. I know artists regardless of bigger smaller they have their music out. There publicly comes on tiktok. I have a friend who had a song out A couple of months ago and it became it became a musical or annoyed. Obviously music that you can play in this video. What are we. And she didn't even know about. She even know her son is on there. I've been using it to share my my music Actually i have probably mantar cadillac. I do believe is in usable. Sounds on tiktok now And that's one of the things. I really enjoy about it too because it is a great way to get my music out there here lately since we've been kind of indoors during this whole covert thing. I've been creating quite a bit. So it's been like a big chris to get out there so yes no i. I definitely see that i mean it helps that if you have i mean because people love doing those are music videos or music soundbites. Yeah there is like a sern part of the lyrics of your songs. Which i've listened to of them i on youtube in your music is on several platforms. I believe yeah on your website often. To which i listened to one of your latest and let me talk is there to them but shoot i am trying to. I've.
"carmen" Discussed on The Mike Trivisonno Show
"Hundred demand in portrait Carmen to my right we are thrilled to be joined on the celebrity hotline by Indians Manager Terry Francona return to the dugout after an eight game absence because gastrointestinal issue when the Indian space the cubs tonight Tito it is great to have you on. Thanks it's nice to be back I appreciate that. Tito normally, what we would say to people is, how are you feeling and it's kind of a throwaway line. But when we asked me, how are you feeling? We really mean it gives us the fullest update you possibly can. I don't think you want to the one. That's you know I've felt better. I'll say that I've been battling this for for close to a year and. I've been in and out of the clinic probably five, six, seven times since spring training and try to keep it kind of kind of keep a lid on it, but it just Kinda wild. Last week and I just you know I, just I just wasn't doing anybody. Any good. So went back to the clinic and they've been so awesome I mean they're such good people there and and I don't feel great but I'm I'm back and I told the players to acid I don't know how this is going to go but I'm gonNA give it by damndest to stay here because I feel like I I owe it to them and this is where I wanna be but it is kind of hard my goodness five or six times you had to go back to the clinic I mean how difficult has this state and went all the way back to spring training? Yes, it actually was going back all the way back October when I started have problems I just you know being a little stubborn like new block didn't really say anything for a while but yeah. I've had five or six procedures done and and it's just you know my body being the temple that it is isn't reacting all that well so I'm having a tough time, but it's it's it's I'm something I gotTa deal with and I'm trying and I'll keep working at. TERRIER got to ask you this though why would you come back if you're not dealing as close to one hundred percents you normally do. Because this is my job and I take it very seriously and I I have a responsibility and the. When things were happening this week and I wasn't there man I didn't feel good about that. You Know Sandy's to deal with it and the coaches and I was not happy about that. So. Again. It's like I gotta go out and steal a base I. Can I can you know I'll I if I need to limp a little bit or whatever you know, use the bathroom and extra time but I need to try to be here because it's my responsibility. T know talking about the developments over the weekend, your reaction to the issues, with Zack, and cloud and have you had a chance to speak with them. Yeah I've I've I've talked to both of them and I've actually talked to we talked to the team today. And you know we we we proactively put them on the restricted list. We didn't have to do that from the league protocols, but because they broke our protocols. We put him on the restricted list and we kind of reserve the right to to revisit. We don't know what quite what we're GONNA do yet. That's just as honest like beach we talked to the players and you know obviously these guys GonNa have to earn some trust back and how they do that we we don't quite know yet but I'm sure we'll talk about more. But what our goal is for tonight is to pay attention to what's on our plate, which is a cuts because they're. A handful and sells, but we have time and we'll talk about things a team like we always do and that's that's what I was trying to get across to them. I said, we've figured out as a team that's the best way to do it, and that's how we always do and we'll continue to do that Tino based on what you know about the MLB team dynamic. Is it possible that Major League baseball can come in and tack on to any punishment that you guys administer to police? Atkin clemenger. No I don't believe. So I don't believe. So I think like I said, I, think we were proactive and I don't think we even had to do this. This was just this was our decision to do this. And because they weren't around anybody was known to be. Positive for COVID. So's my understanding that we kind of this was this was our decision, not the lakes all right Terry. So while you were down, you're watching your club which takes a nine and seven record into tonight's game. Can you just summarize what you've seen from the India's not just while you were out but the entire season? What is this team? This team. We were tennis seven. That's right. You tendency. Like. Damn. I. Lost The game so more same on. Sorry about that Tito. You know what? It's really it's hard to watch because when you watch on TV, it looked so easy. It's like, Hey, why is that guy not hitting that ball and then when you sit in the dugout and you're seeing a guy pitch like damn man that guy still hard and how we can hit him. So things really look easier on TV. are are pitching has been. Unbelievable are hitting is is not been what we needed to be NATO that I. IT usually has a way of catching up and you'll probably see some of our pitch and come back to Earth and some hitters get hot. That's usually what happens but I mean you know it's still a team game and at the end of the day if we won whatever we did a good enough and lost whatever we did isn't good enough. In A, we'll wrap with desk as we know, you have a game to manage about did the doctor say to you? It's okay to manage or did you say to the doctors I gotTa Manage No I. Don't have any like I admit. I'm not the the picture of health but I don't have like underlying issues that make me more susceptible to to something serious. You know what I mean like that. I mean I just have most of my stuff is Kinda orthopedic related or you know it just it just kind of falling apart physically it's not necessarily things that put you more at risk for what we're going through I mean believe me I checked amounts stubborn. I'm not completed yet. I'm probably partly an idiot but not a complete one. Terry Francona always a pleasure to speak with you. Thank you so much for checking in with us. Ahead of the Indians v cubs at progressive field. Thanks to. Okay. Thank you you got it while a main. You talk about some bombs being dropped their lab no idea. What of the issues for Terry Francona that is breaking news? Six read that anywhere five to six trips to the clinic and did he say he had five six different procedures? It's that's what I thought. I. Heard I think AA would confirm. But Wow, I mean he's been dealing with this since last last October last October and it's been you know he he was pretty much saying there's no guarantees he gets through this season without having to. Step away again, he doesn't have any restrictions but I mean he's grinding. Absolutely grinding it was so matter of fact, the way he presented it. God bless them. That's news that. Breaking news that people heard right here on the trip show Tito I Apologize For shortchanging your club ten and seven after the victory on Sunday against the White Sox as India's face the cubs. In that Tito Francona interview has been brought to you by get.
"carmen" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
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That's five zero fifty percent off go to take care of DOT COM, and use the Promo Code Encyclopedia fifty percent off. That's take care of dot, com and use the Promo Code Encyclopedia. Tickets. But I wonder media network. I'm Jenny. Kaplan and this encyclopedia will MANTECA. Today's leading lady was one of the first ambassadors of Latin American culture in the United States or typical exotic sized roles are problematic by today's standards and brought her harsh criticism from her home country. At the time. Nonetheless, she was the highest paid woman in Hollywood at one point. Let's talk about Carmen Miranda. Carmen Miranda was born Maria. Does CARMELO MIRANDA KUNA in Portugal on February ninth ninety-nine. Maria was baby. Her parents immigrated to Rio de Janeiro Brazil in reference to George as opera of the same name. His family gave her the nickname Carmen. Clearly stock. Carmen strict Roman Catholic family center to the Santa To Teresita Convent Academy for Girls To be schooled by nuns. By Age Fourteen Carmen had to leave school and get a job in a department store to help financially support her family. Against all odds, that's where Carmen found her way into show business. When Carmen and her co workers were on break Carmen would casually perform popular songs as entertainment. One day guitarist overheard her singing and invited her to join him on a local radio show after that she was offered a nightclub singing job. Her conservative father was hesitant to let Carmen perform, but he finally allowed it as well as he could be her manager, and as long as she performed under a different name. The Persona Carmen Miranda was born. After some failed attempts to record and sell albums, Carmen found success with the record. She produced singing traditional Brazilian march. Many hit songs followed and before long Carmen was one of Brazil's most popular celebrities. In nineteen thirty three? In her first movie Brazilian documentary called. Do Carnival. Nineteen thirty five. She started in the comedic film. s student is which established Carmen as one of the country's most beloved actors. All the while she tore D- performing her music throughout South America. Just like her debut into Brazilian show business, Carman's introduction to the American market was a matter of being at the right place at the right time, the American theater manager Lee Shubert happen to catch Carmen's performance at a Casino in Rio and offered her a role on Broadway. In nineteen, thirty nine Carmen traveled to New York and played a recurring role performing a song in the variety. Show the streets of Paris. Her tune was hit with American audiences, but it was her interaction with the press offstage really caught the public's eye. Carmen intentionally played up her limited experience with English, which quickly became a recurring joke in the press coverage of her work. This only reinforced pre existing stereotypes about Latin. American people. Still Carman's fame grew and she soon performed in her first Hollywood movie, a nineteen, forty romantic musical called down Argentine way. So Samedi. After the streets of Paris show closed, carbon returned to Brazil, but she was met with harsh criticism throughout the country for the way she stereotyped Brazilian culture for the American audience. Her Film Down Argentine, way was hissed off the screen in Brazil according to the press, and it was banned in Argentina for wrongly portraying life in Brenna, Cyrus After the scandal. Harmon knew her career couldn't continue in her home country. She returned to the US and signed an exclusive contract with twentieth century, Fox in Hollywood. Carmen took on a persona as Brazilian bombshell and started to perform musical numbers variety of American films. Before long, she was a household name and the very image of South American culture for the US audience, despite the exotic sized and caricatured nature of her roles. Carmen. Style of clothing called by Iana in Brazil known for its bright layers of ruffled fabric and turban headpieces she took to wearing elaborate has adorned with fake fruit, which soon became her trademark in nineteen, forty-three. She performed a song, called the lady in the Tutti fruity hat in a musical. Pumping look at me, and in that number, her fruit covered hat reached new levels of over the top with the tall, had pizza, faked bananas and strawberries dripping down her shoulders. The Lady Carman's contract with Twentieth Century Fox actually required her to show up in costume to some events. Carmen served as a cultural ambassador, a role so important that the office of the coordinator of American affairs occasionally altered her scripts to help with President Franklin D Roosevelt. Good neighbor policy. The. Policy was an effort to improve the diplomatic relationship between the US and South America and to avoid further military intervention the region Carman's image was so entrenched in American media that the US government believed her performances could improve the perception of a whole continent. During World War Two Carmen was the highest paid actress in the United States at age thirty eight. She married Hollywood producer David. Sebastian some claim their relationship was abusive, and the David and the film studios kept Carmen relegated to stereotyped roles. In nineteen, forty seven carmen was cast as the romantic interest in the movie Copacabana, starring opposite. Groucho Marx Carmen played Brazilian singer, who disguised herself as a mysterious French performer. Carmen appeared in her last movie in Nineteen fifty, three, a comedy called Scared Steph and subsequently continued to perform on TV. After a nineteen fifty five performance singing on the Jimmy durant show Carmen seemed for a moment like she was about to faint the host rush to help her, but Carmen managed to gather herself and walk off stage, smiling.
"carmen" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"At and T. The guys we'll be joined by director Jason Hair to talk about this week. Show in behind the scene stories of the making of the episode. Subscribe now to Jalen and Jacoby the after show on apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. That's what she said we've been talking a lot about this last dance documentary and one of the things. That was fascinating to me. Jordan was to listen to the director Jason Hare in on the Lebatardshow in some other. Some other spots talking about what didn't make the cut because as much as we were all like ten parts. Wow Ten hours that seems long now like how are they going to get it all in? We're never going to get it out. And one of them was the first date between Dennis. Rodman and Carmen Electra. Apparently dentist is driving the wrong way on the highway towards oncoming cars. Didn't make the cut if you could believe that. That's a story. I think that we would want to hear and maybe we can hear it now because joining us on Spain and company Carmen Electra. Who we saw in the documentary last night. Carmen thanks for the time. Thank you tell me about that first date and did you. Did you find it? Thrilling to be driving the wrong way or were you like. What am I doing with this guy? Well actually wasn't our first date. I've I spent quite a bit of time in Chicago which I love you know just to be in Chicago and experience what I've got to experience and and Watch. I mean just to see them play the Bulls play and put that stamp on Chicago and all the other amazing things it was. Just what an honor. But I know what you're talking about Dennis driving backwards on the freeway and you know he do. He would pull these stunts to shock and surprise people and we all know that the world has seen that but I don't know if the world has been in his truck I mean. He was very humble. He had a truck and a really humble home but he like literally we were out one night and he decided to literally scare the SH. Outta me so there we were driving listening to Pearl Jam driving backwards on the freeway and I. I was petrified. And I'm trying not to show my fear because I knew if I showed my fear. Dennis he was going to go faster and do something crazier and eventually he turned around and went back to them. I just thought Oh my God. We're going to die. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA die here in Chicago and this is not good not good carpet. I it's really fun to talk to you as a as a Cincinnati myself being born and raised. Yeah you already know the five one three. It's been fun to watch your success. Five one eight baby. That's right let's go so going back to the Dennis and all that we've heard and it's been really cool to hear your stories pop up during all this. I'm curious if you ever talked about what it was like for him. Playing with those Chicago Bulls. Did you ever speak in share with you? What it was like playing with Michael and Scotty what it was like playing on her Phil Jackson. The pressures of it. He honestly didn't speak much of it at all. You know. I know that with Dennis. He had his system and his system would be You know practice the night before game. He would stay in and he was super chill. He would eat a burger and shake. I remember that very clearly and the next day I would go off with his friends and get ready and get in the space where I think you know. We see those clips him really super focused watching you know the the the next team they were about to play and you know just seeing that side of him this is really cool for me to see And then and then he played the game but after the game that's when everything was turned up and we would literally go to dinner. We'd go to a strip club and then there was a club called Crowbar that went there. One time again to tell you how many hangover I had. I can't even imagine on account ended up being one of the boys. You know one of the boys trying to keep up with Dennis. It's almost impossible. I can only wild. It was. Yeah it was. I'm Chicago girl so I've I've I've been to crowbar and I was there once when Dennis was there and one night was plenty trying to keep up. I can't imagine you know Baltimore. Carmen Electra is with us here on Spain and company on ESPN radio. You know in the documentary. It's funny you talked about Michael. Walk in and pull him back from his little vacation in Vegas and get him back to work and in the clip. Michael says. I'm not even GonNa tell you what was in that bed and then you say that you were hiding where they're only two of you in the bed. Carmen. Let me just say this about Dennis. Okay so I'm watching the footage. I would hear things but you know. Dennis had this romantic side to him and he had a wild side. So you know you see clips of him with different girls and I. I didn't really know much about that until later. And that's you know I think thrust what when the struggle was real but So I'm I'm watching these clips in and and and when I was doing the interview they did. Show me the clip from Vegas over. You know having our ritual ritual song and usually. I don't remember what time this was something like. Mix it up. Mix it up. Fuck it down mother. I don't know if we can say you know. He had his drinking rituals and I remember during the interview. Seen that clip and I don't know now if if Michael was confused because that clip with was from Vegas but what I remember happened in Dennis's living room because he slept in front of his couch. He put a mattress right on the floor in front of the couch. And that's what we slept and there was one time. Michael came to the door because he was late for practice and Dennis turns to me and I was naked hiding behind the couch. He and he was. He looks scared. Ben Affleck scared for one time in his life. And you said Michael's at the door I gotta go. I gotta go and I was hiding 'cause I I didn't know if Michael was coming in. I didn't know what was happening. And then it's got dressed real quick for practicing left so as I'm seeing this. It looks looked as if that happened in Vegas and I thought Oh no not another girl and say oh I say this much. Dennis never ever brought a girl around me or wanted me to be with another woman. He only wanted us be together. So you know it was just took time for me to figure out you know some of the things that were happening and Venice's eccentric life. You know eccentric the carbon. What are you remember from because I know you said you're able to sometime? Celebrate with the team after wins. I think you mentioned being in the locker room after at their celebratory. Maybe playoff winner after the finals. Baby let me get that right. Was your interaction with other guys. Like Michael or Scotty or fill you name it. How were you received by the rest of the guys on a team because you had mentioned that you wanted to make sure they are successful? So you are looked at as a distraction you know because of because of how famous the Bulls were and then you know sent. Dennis loved. He loved to create a lot of attention and he knew how to do it really well but then he didn't like to deal with the press so it was a catch twenty two and just with my career taking off and being on Baywatch and hosting MTV and pl- being on the cover of playboy. You know US coming together. Drew even more attention as a couple and so I you know I in the beginning. I didn't really understand. I know I didn't know what his schedule was. I had no idea and then I started to see the pressure. And that was that was a feel like Indianapolis During the fine I think it was the finals and Dennis wasn't plank playing as well all in one game and I believe that is on one of the episodes of the last dance and so we went out. I remember US going out him and his me and his friends and he didn't want to go back to the hotel room and we were trying to get him back and he would just leave us. He didn't care. Go running down the street and we're just literally standing in the club going where to go and running down the street going from bar to bar chasing after Dennis to try to get him in and that You know it was. It was around those times when I felt more of a responsibility. And I didn't want to be a distraction and you know I. I remember the first time I met coach Phil Jackson and we were at a dinner and he said what are you doing with Dennis and I thought it was Kinda rude. He said you know for him to just come out and say that and he said what are you doing with Dennis and and you know he's he said you're you're on Baywatch have your own career. What are you doing and I just kind of walked away and I felt weird about that and So I mean you know and then I remember in Canada meeting Michael Jordan for the first time and Dennis was really excited for me to meet him and you know Michael wants to meet you. Let's go to his room and he was very nice and so sweet and then there there we here. We come to the finals in you. Know the Final Championship in Utah. The Bulls win. Everyone was going wild. It was crazy and I got pulled into the locker room really In the early stages when people really the reporters were just starting to come in and Michael Jordan pops bottle and He's pouring champagne down my throat and it's all over my clothes and my hair and I I didn't care it was. It was a moment that I'll never forget just seeing. They're being a little tiny tiny little part of it and seeing them play. I mean the highlights You know it's just crazy during the stories that we didn't know that's what's so fun about watching the series. I you know who I didn't know. Michael in Scotty had these injuries and what that did and you know. I didn't even really know I wasn't a sports fan. I became a sports fan rooting for the Bulls. That's where it started and not even those of us that are sports fans. We're learning a lot. We're talking to Carmen Electra. We gotta let you go and bummed because there's some stories like you said we're learning stories to like you having sex all over the Bulls practice facility. Which sounds like something? All of us would check list if we have the access. I'm curious quickly time but me. Well it sounds like yeah the blindfold and then where we going somewhere romantic. No the place that I play basketball. Let's get it but I'm curious what your relationship is. Talk to him. We we just recently spoke and it was just really sweet. And brief on W- we now have the same agent and so Dennis has sent me some really funny Those videos But yeah no You know I it as we were a very passionate couple and as much as we loved each other. We went through a lot of hard times..
"carmen" Discussed on LEAD the podcast
"The PODCAST. I am thrilled to welcome Carmen Medina as this week's guest Carmen spent thirty two years at the CIA. But when you meet her you will hardly notice. She is recognized as a national and international expert on intelligence analysis strategic thinking diversity of thoughts and innovation and entrepreneurship in the public sector. She is the CO author of rebels at work. A handbook for leading change from within her story as a heretic and change agent at the CIA is featured in Wharton School. Professor Adam grants grants bestseller originals. How nonconformists move the world? Carmen is Puerto Rican by birth and Texan by nationality. We're so so excited that she's here. Thank you carbon. Thank you for having me. So let's get to it. What is the number one challenge that you see leaders your space at work? You know what I WANNA start. Macro.
"carmen" Discussed on Slate's Live at Politics and Prose
"I I jumped at the chance to introduce Carmen Machado as I am not only a huge fan of her body and other parties. As I'm sure pretty much all of you here are but this latest book resonated did with me in a way. That hasn't happened for a really long time as a survivor of domestic violence. Myself I can tell you that the only other people who can truly understand what you've been through or other survivors and Machado story is far too familiar for far too many of us however a whole new level of complexity is added here in that she writes about a queer relationship which is something that has been all but absent in literature until now in the dream house brilliantly flips the entire John of nonfiction on its head with chapters that recount her volatile experiences with a pass partner while infusing essays about the history stereotypes and current reality of of abuse in queer relationships. Form and genre are suggestions rather than limitations for Machado as she offers reader readers everything from pop culture references like like Star Trek and a choose your own ending chapter two informative footnotes that are often as gripping as the text itself there are also meditations on feminist in queer theory while this book delves into the dark places of love and ultimately the end of love. There's a surprising hope at the end. That is neither overly Saccharin nor expected as she says in her dedication. If you need this book it is for you and as it turns out we all need this book in the dream. House House has received starred reviews from Qurqus Book List and publishers. Weekly and is the number one indie next pick for November twenty nineteen it was also named one of publisher weekly's best nonfiction books of the year. Basically what I'm saying is you need to buy this book. In conversation with Machado tonight is genie. Banescu oh author of the class. I and most recently things we didn't talk about when I was a girl. Her writing has appeared in the believer. The New York Times Modern Love and New Yorker worker dot com among many others. She lives in Baltimore and is an assistant professor of English Italian University so now please help me welcome to politics and prose gene even Lasko and Carmen Maria Machado..
"carmen" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"You were meant to be here tonight. This is your time. Their time is done. It's over. Inspirational sports speech or Carmen Carmen singing about demons. That's anna. There's a lot of songs racing about de most of them are about demons or America. I will say that. Usually find these things whatever I think it should be. I'm going with the opposite. So it sounds like a sports speech. So I'm going with Carmen next line is I'm sick and tired of hearing about what a great hockey team the Soviets have. I'm sorry. That's. Famous. Speech this clue. No. Any? I'm ready. I wanna tell you how you can go the extra mile coming so far by faith. It is time to cross the finish line with style. Say it can't be done Carmen. Chandler the answer. Please. Just. Don't worry the last questions one hundred points, you're gonna win this and we're gonna land. Yeah. I don't care about for me to lose. It's going to be rain. She's back narrative here. How many does he I don't even know how many rounds? Do we have? Oh, gosh. We can do we could do five rounds. We knew five rounds tiebreaker if necessary for okay, okay, Emily, five or six. Right now around zero. Okay, Emily when your time is running out, and everyone sees you're going down. You've got to have the heart of a champion. Carmen Chandler the answer. Please..
"carmen" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"So when you talk about who's how kids or how people are watching new things, and this will we'll also get into the fire dock and all those zeitgeist. Netflix has definitely done a number on its subscribers as far as what it serving up to us. So I argue is watching Carmen sandiego. I saw the trailer for carbon sandy independently awhile ago, but I'll let her go ahead. You explain how I think a Saturday ago or two I was watching a TV show on that books, and I just entered on the computer to Netflix, and you know, there's that giant banner the giant banner and icy Carmen Tandy on I'm like, oh, my God nostalgic. Because I remember why does it name some familiar to me? Okay. Where in the world is Carmen sandiego video game from when children. This is live is happens. But yeah, it was a video game that I think I played either in second or third grade. I wasn't that good video game. Okay. It was it was like a computer game. But I did trailer. I usually how you scroll down on the trailer. Stop for some reason on this. I didn't scroll down, and I kept watching it seemed like really cool, and then I got a minute into the TV show that I had to go do something. But I really the trailer is really good at told a good story, and it really hooked me into this series. Now, I wanna go watch it, and I just don't want to binge. I wanna like spread it out over the weeks. So I have something like every week to watch. Is there a name to the style of animation? I don't know. I would call it too stylized animation. But I don't think it has a specific name because I've seen this type of animation before and then I've seen like the Flintstones animation. And I've seen anime as a couple of different like handlebar Barrett type stuff. And so on, but this has a very stylized animation. But I don't know if there's a name to it or not I don't know what it's called. But I really like it looks really nice. I think Carmen sandiego is like Omar little with Omar little who's a my little, you know, Omar, stole from the other drug dealers and Carmen steals from other thieves, she steals before thieves can get it. Right. And Omar goes it gets it from the other drug dealers. You know, the wire the wire, I do not remember the wire spread word. Won't back. I'm looking at the Carmen sandiego poster right now, and as what's that line call towards like? Yes. It says she's back. So if I can assume, and maybe I will is this directed, and I don't mean directed like as in a director. But I mean like as in geared towards adults more than kids. I don't think. So. So you think it's more for kids than adults? I think it's for families. Oh, okay. Okay. I think it's for everyone. Like, if you're an adult you who watch it if you're a kid, you can watch it because it's got names that like people know like cast like what's the cutoff age? I mean, I don't know if I show my kids who are four and five hundred give it a view in San let you let you know. But there there's it's definitely a cove Ewing experiences what what arteries talking about. Yeah. I know what you mean where you could watch it with your kids and your kids can watch it. When the parents, there's something there for the parents, as well, it has one of the leads from stranger things, which I don't think, you know, under ten year olds are watching. So that's. For adults and hope Audrey takes no offense. But I might trust brace more. Because Bray seems to be more sensitive character when it comes to things that are aren't that are less appropriate for him..
"carmen" Discussed on LadyGang
"The just like, you know, then you might find him again later in life. She also other guys and find out that he wasn't the guy for her to exactly just because that's all, you know, also pigeonholes you're thinking in my twenties. I broke up with my boyfriend the day before my twenty first birthday because I had a visual of me getting rowdy and sleeping with a stranger. And I wanted to do that. But I broke up with him. So that I could that's nice of you back. Cheat on it. Exactly. Birthdays tomorrow. Exactly. I mean, that's pretty. That's pretty mature of you time on it. I love it. Well, listen if you. I'm going to somebody else. I felt like you gave some really good advice for the sign up. Just in case you hadn't seen it. Because you're not in the news business. I just wanna bring that shit. Like, I mean. Yeah. Yeah. Was that also that hair and makeup is like, so my favorite almost cancelled a shoot why? Because I asked tiny little bug. You're so cute. I asked my publicist if they're going to be style is. Yeah. Because I've shot playboy many times always is clothing stone. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Start with something on. He'll. Yeah. Chipped down. But like we always had Chiusano and so- jewelry. Yeah. The girl in airing Carter, I don't know just little tiny little things too. I don't know. That's just how how I've always shot. My nudes. So I sort of freaking out, and I almost wanted to cancel because they said, well, there's no publicist. I mean, there's obviously a publicist. There's no stylists. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'm sorry. I don't drink coffee. I think I'm still half. I love it. No stylist. And I'm going to be barefoot and naked. That's weird. That's weird like Super Bowl and. Sound like you weren't naked you to smoke comfortable like. Cling. It was hot. Actually, the photographer. Went to this store and got like this really fun like red white and blue course at top and some boots and Lee shot on a motorcycle. And then after that, basically, I was barefoot naked. The facade like a costume. Feel comfortable speak. What it was all very spontaneous. And I had no idea going into it. What exactly we were shooting? It was amazing. And like, I just again, I think it is. So great that you put yourself out there again, and like showed off your hard work and this body and the personality like, it's awesome. So inspiring for all of us. It's very very cool. And if you want to subscribe to the church of Carmen, Electra her on Instagram each Carmen Electra, and you should have long. She's so fabulous. We hope you'll come back to lady gang next time. You want to tell us about your water.
"carmen" Discussed on LadyGang
"No, I gotta keep a real real that was costume the others. The others were not keep any of those outfits. Please. Can I buy one off a ton of stuff? Yeah. I kept the loan to do on race showing. But that was the pink people magazine, cover outfit. Seventies theme courtside reporter. And there was pup pup Rodney. But like a press carpet press line, and I didn't think anything of it. So I was like. Working for MTV where like like it was. TV mall for sure. Yeah. The crazy. You are the better. Like it was just hold on. I haven't here. I want rivalries with like, wait. You've got the power to the people standing. I love drew Barrymore. Cameron Diaz brandy. No big deal. It's good company at the time though. I felt like I love that all the time because it was like. Hired a stylist, and we went to into these archives. And that was it not like on singled out to show. I did. But there wasn't like a press line. So right. This was it. They got the professional photo. Now. I love it. Now. I love it. I think it's funny. I still think it's a good Good, offense. mama. I love it. Oh, really? Up her Joan genuinely like feel so misunderstood. Cost. But now, I love it. No congrats. But I love it. I love it so much. I want a little girl advice from you. Because recently you posted a picture with Dave. And you guys are still friends. Like, I think one of the questions we had all the time from our girls is like can you be friends with an axe can you, and I always say absolutely not like it's over forever. But then I was like going to your Instagram, which PS if you're not falling Carmen, Electra, very cute, very kitschy, very fun. But like, oh, maybe you can't. So can you? With some with some you can with some just can't I haven't found one of those can yet. You can when you still don't want to have sex with them. Yeah. Like when you've lost that whatever that is that makes you want to have sex with them is when you can't think we just I don't know we have a really special connection and our relationship was really based on. I think our friendship as well. Yeah. And had fun together. And so I don't know we just we can do it. We can do it. And we just we laugh at each other. And we talk about you know, what's really going on our lives. There's no secrets and we also tell each other. We love each other. You know? And so I don't know I think that he's just an easy person talked to, and that's why we we've been able to remain friends. So ladies out there Carmen can do it. The rest of you. Absolutely not never was married of time, though, that you couldn't be friends. You take a break, and then come back to the friendship. Yeah. I mean. That was kind of a break. Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. And then we would talk every I mean, it's not like we are right. You're not best for out every day. What I mean talking on the phone today long? But we check guys I'm happy. Nice. But Jack don't even think about it. All right. When we come back, Carmen's gonna fix your life is almost lady bucks time. And when we're going to send her lady boxes out after we sell out in twenty four hours. Like, we usually do because you guys are the best guess what we're going to.
"carmen" Discussed on LadyGang
"We love them so much and Ulta beauty knows that you're not here to get beautiful you're here because you already are. And we love that go check out today. Now back to the lady gang. Our guest today has been a Hollywood staple for decades and was first discovered by no big deal. Prince. Did you guys know that? No, no on fact as a star on Baywatch. She threw the notions that women could only be hot or smart, and she slow motion ran into stardom and our hearts, she's a host and author a model and movie star a video game character, a guest judge on my favorite show. So you think I can dance? And also Britain's got talent which I've never seen TV star appearing on hit shows like Jane, the virgin and house, but most importantly, many many many many moons ago when I hit a mullet I went saw Carmen perform live at the Crazy Horse Paris in Las Vegas. She has more dancing talent in her pinkie toe than most of us do and her entire bodies. It was crazy. She's a full package triple threat, and she recently broke the damn internet more on that a little bit later, but please welcome to the lady gang misconduct. Electra. God can a hug you for that. Correction? You said she threw out the notion that women could be hot and smart. I thought he meant hot or smart. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Back on that. I was like wait is. Good. It's true. You know, what it's because I'm nervous because when I saw you at the Crazy Horse. There was this number where it was like you were in a box, and they had all these wires. And then we're like playing off them. It was the greatest thing to the to the point where it was so good that then a couple. I mean, many years later, the Victoria's Secret fashion show happened in Paris. And I took my co host Kevin Frazier where they're working, and and I was like push we do in Paris. Like, no, no. We gotta go to the Crazy Horse Paris. It is the greatest show you've ever seen in your life. The girls are so talented. You're gonna love it. So I take him and his wife guess the Crazy Horse there. It was fine. It was no Carmen Electra Crazy Horse. There was no girl doing that dance. Which was like, I know I was like I I was honestly I'm in rehearsals and everything I was looking at those girls because they're six feet tall. Yeah. I mean, you know. Leggy Larry leggy. You know, there is a certain style. You have to learn how lot of rehearsals just two pair for it. But I don't know. Maybe it's because of that number in particular, it was kind of like a Big Joe this show. The goal. Number aggressive. So, you know. Kind of was like the style of dance that I mostly did. And I I don't know. I just went for it. But like, I I love that show so much. Thank you for the huge compliment. Because I you know, I just adore that show and felt honored to do it. Speaking of being naked on stage. I'm just kidding. You broke the internet. It's like a week. Now, the internet has been broken. We haven't picked it up off the floor. Now, I was like let me just see Carmen's coming more. Let me see what's going on with her. And like I saw a week ago. And then I was like, oh, no new outlets or posting it every single day. So if you haven't seen it for all of our listeners Carmen is. Can I say how old you are that? Okay. Sure. I love Martinez. Six years young. Has a body that has banging and such a youthful energy. But she does these photos with this. Famed photographer Eli he li- who is like a like such an artist he works with con yea sheets his campaigns..
"carmen" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"I should've just hit stop yeah and then people will be like my god i gotta go over to i tunes right now what's the follow you should have done but now you just told them your entire pool eight carmen for our facebook live freaks out there where can people find you on social media you can find me at carmen morales dot com for all of your carmen morales needs at the funny carmen on all the assorted social media i actually also have a podcast it's called no sir i don't like it it's me and mr brian vocally we we have people on and we talk about things they don't like very yeah he's great brian vote he's a great so you guys can listen to that please subscribe and yeah you're gonna have to listen to the rest now by going to it tunes and for you people who don't swing from steve jobs nuts or tim cook now he's he's the real deal in gone soundcloud to this is inappropriate i'm rogue operator no network no help no nothing and i'm sure all you comics in la you're happy for me you fucking slobs so i got two other i got to so i was still on i forgot we're still on i didn't even know what i'm doing sick a picture here by the way it stuff you know everyone says of do you have to do it together it shouldn't just be this is just for publicity i one two three.