36 Burst results for "Cher"
Fresh update on "cher" discussed on Awards Chatter
"Thank you so much for doing this great to have you on the podcast and. We always begin with just a few basics listeners, where were you born and raised? What is your folks do for a living? I was born. In England was born in London. My family's Jamaican. Mom was nurse. was part of the influx of Kirby and people from the Caribbean to England in the late forties, fifties and sixties I have no idea what my father did bless our. Aside from the himself and that's Cher. I believe that even before you ended up relocating to the US you had your I dabble I guess we could say with acting can you share what your what your earliest memory was of acting? They they warned me you do a lot of research. That's the one. Point you're going to be pulling shit from. All.
Microsoft’s $7.5 billion Bethesda acquisition bolsters Xbox Game Pass
"Microsoft is paying seven point five, billion dollars in cash resented. Max. Media Game Pass has fifteen million subscribers in is growing I. believe that's about five million more subscribers and spring, which is wild. Microsoft now has twenty three studios, but as future games will be on game pass on Launch Day Jason Cher tweeted this answer. The question everyone is asking Phil Spencer tells Dina Base Debase. Of Bloomberg I believe that xbox plans to honor the PS five seventy commitment for death and go swire Tokyo. So those will still be lodged exclusives next. Why your workplace station Yeah Right Microsoft publishing excuses for playstation is. Like legit. Most wild things to happen out of this next generation. And then Jason says feature, but those games will be on xbox. and. Other consoles on a case by case basis,
Sorry, Cher. the USPS Doesn't Allow Volunteers
"Back again. Like a bad penny. She keeps turning up. Everywhere I share. Actress singer yesterday, trying to convince the United States Postal Service let her volunteer. She She wanted to go because the male is not being delivered because you know Trump is locking up the mailboxes. He's moving mailboxes. He's stealing the election Go, so she wanted to volunteer. Fine. Eventually Supervisor told her they didn't take volunteers and that she needed submit fingerprints and go through a background Chuck well for her. Get in line with all the other gypsies, tramps and thieves so share wanting the volunteer buying into the the manufactured crisis, false narrative and fake news. That the president was off to steal the election with the mail trucks on the flatbeds. That was Jamie Lee Curtis that said that but apparently Jamie Lee and share Well, they talk all the time.
Cher Is Calling Post Offices Asking If She Can Volunteer
Black Women and Hip Hop
"Hbo Max, documentary on the record betrays how sexual abuse against Black Women in hip hop has gone largely unchecked, the New York Times and said there were other women. That they will go on the record unless I go on the record, but I'm terrified of the backlash. Due to rampant misogyny, careers and dreams have been destroyed. That's the case according to drew. Dixon and Cherry share to women who say their bright futures and music were disrupted by the actions of record executive. Russell Simmons Dixon alleges that Simmons use the promise of tape to learn her into his apartment where he allegedly raped her. Cher Cher was a young aspiring artist and member of the first. All female rap group the Mercedes Ladies One day in nineteen, eighty three. She says Simmons invited her up to his office to talk business, but instead he proceeded to assault her. Both women eventually left the industry after these alleged incidents and remained silent for decades. Drew Sherri thank you so much for joining us today. Thanks for having US drew I'm going to start with you the early days of your career in hip hop. We're really impactful. You made one of my favorite songs of all time. You're all need with Mary J. What were your hopes when you entered the hip hop industry before I even got to New York I had a vision board conjuring in my mind I wanted my life to be like that I had a picture of Russell in the center of it all the idea of working for him, making records and influencing this art form was the dream I felt like it was the opportunity of a lifetime in. In the film you said that there were plenty occasions on which Russell was exhibiting behavior that would be called I think in any employee handbook sexual harassment, exposing himself to you propositioning you. How are you able to navigate your career? While also dealing with that type of behavior, I sort of felt like it's like there's another Russell. Simmons I can't duplicate level of an opportunity, so if I could just. Manage around his bad behavior long enough to make a hit record with my name on the back. I can get out of here with like my next golden ticket for the next job. I was twenty three and twenty four. And I now realize my compass was getting moves just a little bit every single time I understand that's how it worked. I didn't think anybody cared about sexual harassment. As far as black women were concerned, because nobody cared about Anita Hill, and that was like maybe two years earlier I didn't understand I was dealing with a Predator in my mind wasn't dangerous. He was just inappropriate. You stay because you hope that perhaps you can provide enough value to the company and move ahead. It's something that you have to go along with. Because the alternative is, you'll be unemployed. Something that I noticed drought. The film is like this desire to keep what you were dealing with to yourself so that. You could make it to the next stage especially as a woman. How did that? Affect like how much leeway powerful men in the industry had to behave in a way that was inappropriate and sometimes violent fees. Men understood that they were the gatekeepers. If Russell decided I was a problem. Then I wasn't just dead in the water at jam dead in the water in the whole black music game when I tell you I love hip hop, I love hip hop. It's like a death I? mean it was a kind of suicide leaving the industry? It was like A. It was kind of suicide.
"cher" Discussed on The Power Trip
"Pretty good. There's one thing I've missed the amount of sports. You know I haven't had enough works. Good news is time. There's not a lot page sports presented by Ryan Dec- Criminal Defense You Ryan Segalla. Feel like I've been saying that for about three months straight. There's not a lot of sports that hey well is not but. We keep inching closer right maybe a month and a half. For? We actually have sports sports sports. Maybe maybe. Safar some of this news is not been good including. I can't wait to talk to her about this. Because Lebron was his teammate, but former NFL wide receiver Shea Caldwell was shot and killed on Saturday. He was forty one years old. His mother told TMZ. He was ambushed by a group of people who jumped out of the bushes in an attempted robbery. was shot in the chest, and the leg died on the way to the hospital, right? Second Round, pick out a Florida in two thousand and two by these San Diego. chargers so wrapped with Lieber. We'll ask him about reshaped caldwell when he gets here at seven. That's accent. Horn hit some weird legal issues, the last five or six years as well that I didn't remember at all. Not Related necessarily I don't think he's I. Don't think it's related I. Don't think it's like a payback thing, but. Illegal gambling in two thousand fourteen. What what is that I? Don't know says like Van Drug Possession was sentenced to twenty seven months in prison and three years. Probation sounds like this year pled guilty to conspiracy to commit healthcare fraud. Oh so hadn't had a good run in the last five or six years with a couple of legal issues but May Have nothing to do with what I just said. Shot and killed on Saturday it sucks and. CONOR McGregor announce he's retiring. Again. Seems to do this every two or three weeks, but he did it again said he's lost the excitement for the sport quote. The game just doesn't excite me and that's that. Also kind of took a shot. At the up and coming group. In UFC, basically said he looked around and was like. Yeah, but you know there isn't a guy that he really I. GotTa beat that Guy's ass? It's one of those just. I don't WanNa. Fight anybody. No one's exciting. Forget it out so weird. I thought we just. Announced, he was going to do a fight. That right didn't didn't accept a fight with. BIEBER whatever. Some great back I duNNo..
Are Negative Interest Rates Coming To The US?
"Negative interest rates coming there is a better economist the fed economists I should say in Saint Louis the one wrote in a paper that if we want to get a V. recovery we need to look at negative interest rates so is the fed going to look at that and I wonder I wonder if Jerome Powell is willing to go along with that idea join us to talk about A. K. T. R. H. money man patch in what's the likelihood of negative interest rates back well in a very good morning to you jamming in fact let's just mention real quick when we look at interest rates remember there's an entire spectrum of interest rates that run anywhere from overnight all the way up to thirty years we call that spectrum a yield curve the federal reserve today directly sat the overnight lending rate and I guess I should say in a normal environment the market they set up all of the other rates two year five year ten year twenty year thirty year but right now the federal reserve is directly influencing all of those rates because they're going into the open market and they're buying up all of these bonds so the chance of a negative rate is very very very low federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell has been asked this question before he's against it for a couple reasons one Germany and Japan currently have negative interest rates along their curve not all the rates but if you go out to to say ten years on Germany as an example their their rate is negative same thing for Japan or their rate in Japan is zero so don't pal points out Europe and also Japan and says look it hasn't really worked out hasn't done anything to stimulate the economy the other thing is that it makes it tougher for banks to make any money if rates are actually negative in fact it may cause banks to lose money and so Jerome Powell has come out against it yeah really the interest rate really it has an effect on consumers but it's really all about the banks and trying to keep the banks open to making money by lending money and getting it to the people correct you you are absolutely right Cher and I should mention that you know right now we are seeing and on believable I mean off the charts amount of stimulus coming in people are scratching their head wondering why the stock market's been going up in spite of record bad news and right now the federal reserve is you know going into the open market every day and they're buying up various assets now they don't buy stocks but they buy primarily government bonds to keep interest rates you know very very low they're now buying corporate bonds and they're buying tax free bonds and so the federal reserve has been going on on a daily basis and buying up all these assets I think one very very big misunderstanding that I see basically everybody get wrong is when you see this being discussed on television they show a printing press they show hundred dollar bills going across on a big printing press and being wrapped up on a pallet it's important to know all the programs that the federal reserve is doing right now do not require printing any money instead banks remember banks are required to keep money on deposit at the federal reserve the fed is simply borrowing money from these banks but right now you can actually go on the way out of the federal reserve discloses that daily right now the federal reserve has assets on their books right now of over seven trillion in dollars yeah you know but the hundred dollar bills looks so good on TV packs got me going let's let's talk a little bit Jimmy there are and you would be a I'm yes you would be able to come up with a dog absolutely I got special scissors does for that matter all right let me quickly ask you about mortgage interest rates hearing fifteen year loans are as low as two and a half percent right now the housing market is doing surprisingly well what we think is going to happen with mortgage interest rates accent so yep and so the federal reserve is targeting rates that was one of the thing that former fed chair Ben Bernanke dead back after the financial crisis in oh wait or no nine and it worked really really well and so right now you've got rates at record lows we think they're going to stay low for a very long time if we do see the economy start to pick up in the third and fourth quarter and we see longer term interest rates start to move up the federal reserve will use some of their ammunition and go in and buy up bonds in the open market in order to keep interest rates down so of all of the things that we could look at and do right now it is a wonderful wonderful time to refinance a mortgage not every loan is is is going to be favorable to refinance remember you've got to pay for a number of up front tight cost things like the title policy but you would want to call a mortgage professional and ask them if it makes sense to refinance and specifically asked how long do you need to go before you reach the break even point yeah and you generally have is what lesson five years you're good good to go yep if you're gonna stay in the house for longer than that sure you're exactly right it may be two years and you're only going to stay there for a year well then it wouldn't make sense but that look and find out when the break even point is when it it it pays to refinance
Dr. TJ Ahn: Why Diversification Is Key To Your Success
"So Nice Guy Community get this Dr. TJ on. He is a first generation. Korean immigrant who came to America along when he was only nineteen without any connections or the ability to speak English at all. Imagine some of the adversity that we've all had to overcome now. Imagine the adversity times. Twelve not being able to speak the AD. The English language determined to live the American dream doctor on spent the next thirty years honing his medical and business skills. Doctor is a pure bred entrepreneur. And we're going to get a little bit deeper dive into that. Today is involved. In other sectors including Real Estate Investing Business Coaching Private Practice Consulting and Marketing. All with one vision in mind to help physicians build profitable private practices without the hassle of insurance networks. Now listen if you're in our community and your private practice physician definitely listen very carefully to what TJ is GonNa Talk About Today. If you're not a private practice physician we're GonNa talk to you about the diversification aspect of actually building your business through all of these different modalities so TJ doctor on. Welcome to the Nice guys on business. Podcast thank your dog. Thank you so much for inviting me to this beautiful podcast. I'm I'm very happy to have you here. And what was great is we were connected through your publisher Bestseller Publishing and they send me gas. That oftentimes have a very specific market. But also have a way of being able to to Do what they do in a very diversified way. In your case I see while you are a private practice. Physician Yourself That is an area that you've learned to deal with coaching. You've done with a you know a real estate investing would can we start with just maybe just an overall You know what's your background? Why is it that you decided that it's not just the medical practice that's good but all of these other components of building your career? Yeah so you know as you introduce me. At the beginning. I came to United States with dream in mind right that typical people say American dream so You know from South Korea. Obviously I was nineteen and then I for some reason since I was fourteen. I I guess that people talk about the Vision Board I was. I felt like I always wanted to go out of out of comfort zone since I was a kid And you know nine hundred nine years old. I felt like I couldn't reach my dream and I don't know what kind of vigilant I had at the time but it felt like. I was confined so I came to United States and I love helping people right. I love helping friends. I love helping colleagues and then I was thinking basically well. I didn't tell you about this. My my mother side. They were basically medical professionals. They were doctors but they kind of force me to go into medical education right like typical parents right right but then made me kind of complete go opposite. I'm like I don't WanNa do what my parents tell me to do. You know So I went to a completely the other like different field computer science and business And I also chose State of Tennessee on purpose that I knew there was no Korean people. There you really wanted to immerse yourself in the American culture quickly. Yeah Yeah I kind of you know. At the beginning I regret in little be right. Southern accent a completely unfamiliar. I you know I didn't have a good English skill at that time. Any ways but now. I look back though small decision making a process that I did every little decision that I made that kind of made me who I am now so you know Not Anyway so I completed Converted my career again. I went to medical education. I became a podiatrist a foot doctor. And then So I did my education in Chicago. Everything basically was good just being a doctor helping patients That whole healthcare system was running. Okay when I got out of my medical school. Did my residency started two thousand three up about until like two thousand eight. That's when kind of the whole healthcare system. It's is not working as as it should be so. Yeah that's when I started thinking about okay. I cannot be successful. You know to my things that I love to do helping people enjoy my own life having family CETERA which conventional is healthcare system. So when is it that you decided that diversification was key? You know it looks like you you started with a with this medical degree in podiatrist and you were successful at that. But two thousand eight brought probably a lot of adversity into that environment You didn't have any formal training in any kind of business experience or other than growing your practice which is which is probably a huge business feet but at the same time Medical business doesn't necessarily relate completely to the private sector so Cher a little bit about how you had the ambition or the drive or the know how really to understand how to how to get out of what you are doing and maybe use it as just one part of your income but to start doing all of these other things as well. Well you know the friends right. The people you meet through. Your Life. I really believe that so critical because at the time you may not realize whom you're like talking to or making friends wait you know though that famous court you're the average of five people you hang out the most that really resonates with me that. I just met great people for some reason. I'm so lucky and fortunate that you know like I never confined myself in Tony. Medical Profession was. I am still always curious about other things. How how how things work and how business work how world moves around so I think I met great people along the way and then kind of being in that kind of environment you know hanging out with great people made me realize To have for me to have more open-minded okay. Ic- basically to run private practice just like running any business. It's it's entrepreneurship. There's a revenue and expense and obviously when revenue goes down and expense. Goes up than natural your cash flow in your prophet plummets. And that's what I was experiencing around the two thousand eight to two thousand twelve. Most private practice owners most doctors in general. They'll understand exactly what I'm talking about. You know healthcare insurance reimbursement cut. It's almost fifty percent to seventy percent on some procedure some medical procedures that we perform. So let's say just imagine easily number if I throw number Let's say Bunion procedure surgical on your surgical procedure. Performed used to be around two thousand dollars which is
Major League Baseball, players union reach tentative agreement to salvage 2020 season
"Yes a baseball on a stand still like the rest of the leagues Major League Baseball Players Association have a deal a path forward if you will is baseball tries to figure out when it will return from a stoppage because of this corona virus a pandemic mark to Cher was on get up on how MLB should resume I think we have to be very careful how much we mess with a game that is built for a reason I mean nine inning games are very important to our roster construction and frankly team that spent a lot of money and spent a lot of time building a great bullpen which is what a lot of teams like the Yankees are doing nowadays that's a huge disadvantage to teams with good bullpens but I want to talk more about trying to squeeze as many games as you can into a shortened season is all about the money for the players and and Major League Baseball and I get it I understand that you want as much revenue as possible we have to be careful how much stress you're putting our players and how much you're actually changing the game well let's talk about the stress should be putting on players I assume primarily we're talking about pitchers and pitchers arms we see them somewhat dropping like flies anyway just in the normal course of order here is is that what your primary concern would be exactly that is remember guys started their offseason throwing schedule you some some guys start before Christmas but they've been throwing all ready for for five months you're going to continue to stretch the season out longer there's no doubt it's going longer we can debate how long it should go but you're going to have these guys especially starting pitchers get started stop start stop they don't know exactly how long they're gonna have to be throwing and then you're gonna throw guys notable times a week potentially bullpen guys gonna be over used so we have so many Tommy John surgeries and and shoulder surgeries in baseball we'll have more if we mess with the
They Call Us Pandemic Parents
"How how does that turn into? I guess the schedule the end of actually creating for the kids We the schedule about we have Is very similar to our schedule in the summertime Because again the kids are at home and we want to emphasize that we need to get our work done before we play. And so that that's basically the principle of that struck schedule us to get all your work done in the morning so you can play in the afternoon and if you don't get all your work done in the morning then you're going to you know you're going to shorten your free time. And so the kids have been really motivated to try to get all their work done in before lunch But we have made some adjustments as we've gone on So for example in the morning I really wanted to do a check in with the kids because I think there are things that are going on in their heads they're not always voicing and so I start off by the senator dumb in the beginning but it's actually I'll just share. I think they go around the table and they share affirmations of each other and this is something that I did as volleyball coach after a game. I gathered all the kids. And you know they're having their snacks. But we're still huddled and we're just going over affirmations for each team member because I wanted them to see that. Each team member contributed to our game and the outcome of that game. And so instead of you know putting blame on somebody for not playing. Well wanted them to keep their eyes on the positive and over time they just work towards that positive and really Look forward to that time to gather at the end and really share out there. What they saw each other team members do and so I kind of wanted that idea to play out in our family In in the beginning they're kind of awkward about it but it's funny how you know in the course of our first week at home. They've really cherished what each other have said about them. And it's almost like they want it to happen again. The next and so they sort of work to build that relationship. I'm seeing slowly happen And there's a lot less bickering. I feel like Because they want to be noticed for their good good deeds of the The other thing that we added In our morning prayer is to have the kids share out their prayer which which really ends up being a way for them to voice. Their concerns their worries and One of the things. I did this with my class. Also I didn't want the kids to be carrying around burdens throughout their day and so to share it in the morning I feel like it does. Lighten their low that they're carrying around emotionally and psychologically and so two Sur Cher out thought in the very beginning of the day kind of makes the rest of the day go smoother Does something else that we added a family meeting at the very beginning of our schedule So it's it's some structure but allow for flexibility To be able to gauge. Where the kids are and to be able to adapt to what? You're feeling that they might need as I think. Essential for this to really work for the long haul. That's amazing and I might add the fact that you actually have both experience as a teacher and a coach probably gives you a little bit of a leg up on this front but I wonder actually I mean how much of how much of what you experienced learned as an educator feels like it works as a parent and I'm going to ask actually that of Stephen to relative to your wife who you said was a is a therapist right greg. Do you feel like you feel like there's kind of almost seamless transfer of of knowledge from being a professional that works with you know which people as it were in this capacity versus The kind of rough and tumble of just being a parent. Yeah I I'll show I'll jump in so I the fact that my wife is therapist Has has has. I've learned a lot from that and Continue to so for me I. There's like a lot of Greater attention to the kid's feelings and the stressors and an understanding that and being a better communicator to them in ways that on my own I wouldn't think about. I would be maybe more afraid to talk about my worries and my fears With my kids but but through my wife able to better express myself To my kids I would say that. My Wife practices a lot of what she preaches insurance of of again that communication and that openness with the kids but then at the end of the day if like if it's just really getting on her nerves you know like she's Cuban like therapist the mom it just becomes like man. This kid's so annoying. I can't deal in right now. So that professionals who could only take you so far Truth Avenue. I I do feel like when I went from the classroom into home schooling. I was expecting homeschooling to be exactly like classroom teaching and and so we even even made them wear uniforms and I had a room designated as the classroom and we put up. You know an alphabet chart and you know this is i. I try to make it. So that are home-schooling space was separate from the rest of our house and that are home-schooling time with separate from our family time but what I've learned that first time through home schooling aside it. I mean your family. Life is the highest priority. You have to kind of really assess what's going on with the family before you can even start schooling and so So yeah that was my first hard lesson in home. Schooling is that you know schooling at home is nothing like schooling in the classroom. And even now as I coached teachers. That's the number one thing I'm telling them is that you cannot expect school to be from eight to three every day because these parents were home with the kids. They're trying to get work done to and We're not sitting next door. Kids the whole time and It's not at all like the classroom. And and the whole time were were sitting in. You know watching these things on the news and trying to evaluate. What's going to happen to our families? And you know we're starting to hear how it's affecting our family is in the other countries and and so the kids are dealing with a lot more emotionally that will affect how they're going to be learning and so trying to make that clear to the school is essential also is to keep communicating with our teachers and our administrators as they try to learn the best way to go about with distance. Learning is I think he yes just to kind of build off of that. I think the There is this sort of expectation. Like Oh yeah this is. This'll be just like it. How it is in the summer or this'll be like things are normal. It's like a global pandemic is not normal this is this is incredibly incredibly stressful on. You Know Uncertain Times that we're in with the news just gets like so overwhelming and so scary an so stressful so I think that Yeah it's it's it's really everybody's thinking Oh yeah things are okay and like but but Yeah there's there's a lot that our kids are picking up on Because this is this is just a very serious global crisis I do appreciate homosexuals are trying to bring you know their normal routines into the distance learning but but at the same time as I've been saying is it's important to provide structure but at the same time to be expecting that you need to be super flexible To really be able to adapt to changing needs.
An Open Source Economy of Abundance with Marcin Jakubowski
"Hello everybody Vince Horn here for another episode of Buddhist Geeks and today I am very very delighted to be having a conversation with Martian Jukovski. Good to have you on the show Martin and thank you so much for taking the time to chat with the Buddhist geeks. I'm really excited about this conversation. Because so much of what you're doing. Feel a resonance with but it's also different from what we're doing here Buddhist excited Dick's where the intersections excellent. So let's dive right in. Okay I've got my bathing suit on and I'm ready to go seven Fahrenheit and sweet Maysville Missouri. But I'll join metaphorically awesome are you. Are you at the factory farm right now yes. That's the Kansas City area. Okay cool and I and I understand that. You have also google fiber out there. Oh and that's an addition since about a year now and that's why we can have this conversation hopefully seamlessly today. Yeah no mood. That's a big game changer fiber. We spent the money on a week. We got the pipes run here. Trenched bury them and the whole facility with Up to four GIG. Wow that's awesome. See if you're kind of you're living the dream for me. Which is you've got high-speed gig multi gigabit Internet and you're out on a farm building Chit Really Cool. I'm excited to talk about your work so so I saw. I saw your tedtalk a number of years ago. Odds probably about ten years or so ago now Something like that and and just immediately was like okay this person and your partner Katharina. Y'All are doing really interesting work with the open source ecology movement and In that talk you spoke about the global construction kit which you know. Last time I checked this is like a fifty fifty or so different items that you're looking to build open source that the kind of you would be necessary for human civilization to To to this global village construction set fifty industrial machines to create small-scale civilization with modern comforts essentially the critical machines from tractors bread ovens production equipment energy equipment and and Carson everything. You need to create infrastructure. That's the basis of thriving than so we can talk about then getting meditative but you have to provide some basic needs. I yeah you can't you can't just Meditate without without some basic needs Yogis the the people they had their comfortable caves and flame. That's right that's right. Yeah and some nettles to eat right and and and you're going to see the vision that you'll have is is going well beyond that. I mean you're talking about being able to replicate modern comforts without having to rely so much on the sort of centralized modern systems that we've all come kind of dependent on. Yeah exactly the idea is. Let's distribute the economy. So right now we're in a state of centralization but the fund that by fundamental design we have a distributed world and I think that comes from the first principle of energy energy is distributed. Solar Energy is distributed. That's pretty much where all the power for today's economy comes from. It's from the sun right so by nature. We have a distributed system but the way we created we kind of reformulated as humans isn't into a hugely centralized one so to get back to more in touch with those principles of distribution decentralisation that gives power to everybody literally and metaphorically to tell me more about like the journey that you've been on with the global village construction set because I saw you've you've made a tremendous amount of progress on that front. You know it's one thing to hear someone give a Ted talk about about something that's like an inspiring idea prototypes. It's another to see your ten years later. Like have made real progress on the stuff again to hear about that. Yeah definitely maybe you know you can say at the time of Ted Talk. Were a few percent down right now. I would quantify it as like one third done so we've got hundreds of prototypes Twenty or thirty unique prototypes everything from tractors to CNC machines. Three D. PRINTERS HOUSES. Akwa punit greenhouses. In fact we actually added the house as a critical machine since we kinda thought well. That's a living machine. Actually belongs in the global village construction set but the power is yet getting a comprehensive said along a construction setup route. So we're looking at it more as building blocks and to derive from how Lennox Open source. Software has there is one of the keys to success was large modular break down into very small parts can have thousands of people working on at the same time. And that's exactly what we do with hardware breaking down into modules and development steps for each module sewer inching along at the time of the Ted. Talk I kind of felt like I missed my great opportunity because I had so many people contact me. And all of that and we didn't have an organization. We hardly have an organization right now. We really don't yet. Were not at that level of having a business so to say like a real solid organism. But we do have a lot of foundational work. I think we are. I would call ourselves an exponential organizations laying a solid foundation with all the prototyping that we have done now ready to to convert that to economic impact so transitioning from the Playing prototyping to to the to the next step which a lot of open source Projects Forget and that is a product. So what what are the products that we can offer that anymore? Anyone can use okay. That's cool. I mean it's interesting. I'm thinking back to win. I got even more kind of interested in Y'all's work and I think at a certain point I started to really feel this kind of poll to be sort of subtract myself out ourselves out of the sort of capitalist system a bit more to be able to offer meditation teaching more freely. You know to be little less dependent on a pay for service model and you know one of the big questions that comes up is like okay. We'll around like housing costs. And how do you? How do you reduce your cost like housing is like one of the major costs and you all were some of the only people that were talking about being able to build an an ecologically sustainable you know house for like twenty five grand? Yeah and that's unheard of you not to be able to hit those kind of Knows numbers and that's what I think is really interesting about what what you're trying to do is you're really setting a goal of kind of price reduction that really competes with the capitalist markets on their own terms in a way. That's hard for them to be. It'd be hard if you're actually able to pull this off for companies to To to have any response to tenth the Price House or tractor or brick press or all the things that you're building. Yeah that's exactly right so let's dive into. There's actually a very interesting page like when I look at the WIKKI statistics. There's a page on our wicky open source ecology that org slash wicky which has cost of living. And you said it. The number one cost of living is housing on average. I have some stats here in. Its sixty eight hundred dollars a year. Then the second one is your car. Thirty four hundred dollars a year and then food twenty six hundred dollars a year and yet it adds up to about twenty thousand or so. Just let's see the the number actually is twenty thousand per year per person according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics for a household doesn't sound too bad but Ideas let's so let's go for example to the CDC home just to show you like a very tangible example so in a CD go home. You mentioned twenty five thousand dollars okay. But where's the Labor that's materials so the model there is a client? Pays probably like ten thousand dollars service fee. We host a workshop where we swarm on the build with about fifty or so people and build that in five days and I think that the more like a turnkey cost to the client. We more like seventy thousand. That's kind of what if we if you'd actually start full cost accounting like the twenty five thousand dollars as materials. Yes so you'd have to figure out how to do it but we did with a swarm based build the idea there is you are providing an immersion education. So basically you're selling inexperienced. People participate in get a lot of skills have a lot of fun shatter some of the limits in their mind about what's possible in terms of effective building using very collaborative learning rich learning environment. That's very supportive. So that's the product we're trying to develop and probably if you look at economics probably like seventy thousand dollars for a a house builder a basically the House. The person who wants to have the house before fourteen hundred square foot house so still about was Chris in the cost of industry standards. Right we actually roll this out. So there's a whole organization to behind it and sell. That's kind of how it looks right now. Now of course if you're a skilled guy and you've got a family that can build that while you're not gonna be able to do it in five days but over a month he can take our modular construction methods because everything in the system is designed to be handled by people not not example cranes or large machines the way we designed modular construction method lends itself to a swarm belt with normal people and really reducing the skill set by essentially trying to turn this into. Lagos as much as possible That's interesting and and from what I gathered like everything that you're doing the documentation around the processes like everything is part of the open source model like everything is shared shared. Absolutely everything. There's two levels so one is design seconds. Dente price design. And that's that this is where we talk about the concept of distributive enterprise. Yes the idea if we do it. And it's good for the world. Everyone can use it and and people in modern society. People think that you have to be proprietary or you have to have a competitive advantage based on Ip Order to win here are competitive. Advantage or collaborative advantage is the the opposite. Is the fact that we're collaborating? And if you think about it you're in kindergarten you'd understand because at that point we kinda were talked to to Cher but from High School Into College. Johnny were completely taught the opposite and right now. There's a huge cultural barrier that prevents people from comprehending that. Hey we can actually do. More together. Annihilate the AB- the material scarcity issues that are still central to life in the west end in the developing
Woman, 28, sexually assaulted on Chicago’s North Side, police say
"There's been no arrests yet after a woman reported being raped during a ride Cher that began outside Chicago's Redmond's ale house in the lake view neighborhood WGN Sean Lewis reporting from the north side the twenty eight year old woman got into that over about seven forty Sunday evening picked up outside Redmond's ale house here in the thirty three hundred block of north Sheffield police say that that uber was hailed by an employee of the bar and made sure that the woman got into the correct vehicle the address entered in to drop her off was for thirty three hundred block of north Karloff that address is on the woman's ID but not her current address someone on the block though recognize their old neighbor and called police to report the sexual assault a woman was taken to an area hospital for an exam WGN spoke with Sam simple she lives near that bar it's sad to hear that I have been right here because you know I lived on the street so it's like it's sad to think that I go to this bar all the time so that's makes me worried you know about just going out in general a lot about things have been
Chicago: 3 Women Charged With Beating, Robbing Man In Car In Lincoln Park
"Three Milwaukee area women have been charged with beating and robbing a man who thought he'd entered a ride Cher vehicle last week in Lincoln Park the incident happened in the two thousand block of north Sedgwick in the early morning hours of Feb worry
"cher" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Saint George still my favorite episode of will and grace when Cher was on and then thinking of course here was an impostor Jack had to sure how it was really sunk use you are what you eat if that's the case Tracy Saint George's.
Uber introduces a new service for the elderly
"Uber is adding a new feature designed to improve services for the elderly what's old is new again uber's testing out a new way to call a ride with an actual phone call the ride Cher giant is rolling out the option in Arizona instead of using the app writers can book with an actual human by calling one eight three three use over the company then tax the rider car details arrival time in a receipt at the end of the ride Hooper says it's offering the taxi like option so elderly people who don't have smart phones or don't know how to use their smartphones can still use IT
Sibley Discharged 82-Year-Old Woman Wearing Only Hospital Gown, Family Says
"An eighty two year old woman is treated and released from a local hospital but what happened next has her family outrage as NBC force Corey Smith reports they want to know why a patient with dementia would be sent home this way that eighty two year old woman was put inside a ride Cher vehicle and sent back to our nursing home by herself the staff didn't know she had been released and they were also shocked to see her still wearing her hospital gown and wrapped in
Can the Dutch save the world from the danger of rising sea levels?
"The Netherlands is the best protect data in the world with centuries of experience in holding back the floodwaters as climate change causes sea levels to rise can touch expertise. Help Save the world cities that are most at risk or think so bad that they will struggle to even save themselves themselves. Simon Cooper has looked into this question and he's with me now to discuss what he discovered. Hi Simon Esta so about a third of the Netherlands. ORLANDS is below sea level including the capital Amsterdam. You grew up in Leiden that also below sea level and were you aware of the risk of flooding. When you're a child ounce on facial redness blow sea level? I must say I never checked during my childhood. There's also a lot of land. That's not below sea level but susceptible to river flooding. WHO's three great rivers above the Rhine and in the Netherlands on my Johnny's to the sea? So you'll always closer river all see. I mean I grew up in Leiden as as you say. Which is I? Don't know about five miles from the same and it's reclaimed. Glands that Western Netherlands is where most of the population lives. So you know very large. Pasta appellation are most of the economy is they're threatened by the see below sea level and the funny thing is that because the Dutch of being so good since the disastrous Austral slaughtered nineteen fifty. Three of keeping the. I'm ribs it pay you better. Think about it in your daily life. I mean they're canals and you got fishing and did you learn to swim as soon as you can. Because it's unsafe to live in the Netherlands. Not being able to swim but generally you just don't think about the threat of flooding the Wolf's experts. I spoke to. This story complained that the population has always complacent. They assume the Netherlands would always be safe from the walls have given the geographical factors. That play is it the case. That's dot. History is littered with flooding disasters up to a certain point. I think you mentioned the last very serious floods Richard in the nineteen fifties. Yeah I mean. The Dutch spent centuries trying to deal with the wolves so plenty of the ELDA. The Roman author was stationed. There I think is a tribune in the first century idea and he he says look at being flooded all the time like wall miserable limbs by the fire of mud and it's just terrible and for centuries being flooded and people drowning was possibly cost of living in that area so they reclaim line from the seat. I built dikes. They did the best to maintain the bikes. It didn't always go well so for example. twenty-one thousands thousands of people were killed in floods maintaining the dykes is always sort of what history is being about. It wasn't always done well. So nineteen fifty three is the walls showed literally you get these disastrous floods kill about eighteen hundred people know. Madeleine's another three hundred dollars. Nason England something there. I think the English would largely forgotten by the doctor having forgotten that so often the fifty three flood the government says right never again and they set up a commission. The Commission says you have to build incredibly expensive defenses and it's going to take decades and cost in tax in this country that has been left low by the wall which is ready poll with people emigrating to the United States Australia and the DOT com says yes. We'll just do it because we have this again. One of the things you write about in the Steve Dunn for fifty we can magazine is something something called the Paul. D'Amato can you just tell us a little bit about what that is. Yes Oh upholder is a piece of reclaimed linemates flatlined and when you take a train through the Netherlands you see everywhere. He's very flat fields often. I see some cows grazing next to the cow will be a massive office block. Is the Docs use every inch of space in the small country and canals to carry off the water and the thing about the pulled. Ramon del as they reclaimed this line but the line was incredibly vulnerable because is one flood and everybody drown us so each district had to maintain its own dykes and in the Netherlands centuries yet terrible religious disputes and people killing each each other promising Catholic woes from fifteen sixty eight and so there was always political division but in the end it didn't really mice what religion you. You had some tightening talk so they created the system of negotiation compromise. You know the local weather being elected and sitting in committees about what's going on with our dyke and so it creates this very politics that exists today of compromise in pragmatism. You had to set the religious stuff and the audiology one side in the end. You just tattoo wet together to survive and mostly things were managed very well so today politics. I mean I think of it as a one party system you have have different policies but that was in coalition with each other and one full more another and so whether or the sensor ride. BVD All green left. All the centre-left peeve on the you're always having to negotiate and deal with each other in a pragmatic way and the Dutch coal that pulled him Odell and the golden so pulling means to sit down and hammer out a compromise compromise that nobody is going to get excited about it. I mean it just fearless. Though as we're seeing sea levels rise that kind of model of cooperation is going to be more and more needed around the world but I mean the other thing overseas money. Do we know roughly how much the Dutch spend each year on flood defences well money. I mean the surprise me. When I was researching the story money in a way is the easy bit I mean? The doctor saves money by spreading their spending. On dykes over seven hundred years. He is but nowadays they spend about a billion euros year on flood defences which given the most of the country's susceptible to floods is where you know bad it's commit more than north point one percents of GDP so the average person just really doesn't exit and obviously doing it from scratch like New Orleans. Now I mean New Orleans which is sort of similar bliss situations of the Netherlands has spent fifteen billion or US suspect fifteen billion levies etcetera. Protecting New Elaine. Since two thousand and five but if that's the cost of the survival of a place is actually not that bad so wealthy countries can do this. The biggest problem is that they don't have pulled a modell they don't have this. Pragmatic take compromise long-term spending which the Dutch you spend on dykes even when there's no crisis even when you haven't been flooded in decades you just do it all the time we know in the US. For example Donald it is just a big problem with spending any infrastructure so they weren't even on potentially life-saving infrastructure. Like dykes levees. So you have to think long term which is the the problem in many societies whereas spending don ends political rhythm so the new government the new president will spend something in the next one more of us. The ducks don't do that. Doesn't Marie Masters and government money got spent and the other thing is that you have to have a national program. You can't say will you happen to live in the two square gweat miles. That's most susceptible to flooding. So you must find the couple of billion it will take you to protect yourself against the wall Cher. No this is a national thing so we have have a national plan and national taxes to raise the money for wo suspending. Even can be a bit more if you live in. wosa threatened district broadly the whole population pays and the other thing. Is that good defenses ready. What when it's a national strategy because if you build a dike or Levee to protect your factory or your neighborhood ed or your apartment building and you see that in Miami where some buildings after on seawall then you're actually endangering the neighbors because the voices will hit your seawall? I'm be diverted to the neighbors so you can't have some people protecting themselves and others not which is very common along the US coasts. The ducks done do that. The whole whole country is protected so I came away thinking countries like the. US can folded countries like Bangladesh. Perhaps not but they don't have the long term they don't don't have the culture of negotiation and compromise and they don't have the National Corporation that you need to do this successfully. Some of these places have been turning to the Dutch asking asking for advice. Is that right. Yeah so I went to the Moslems kidding which is the big storm surge barrier that protects the rouse Ma'am Haba one Dutch official described it smears the front door of the Netherlands so is always waiting to close if the waters rise. Three macy's they haven't since it was completed twenty three years ago so so a lot of foreign visitors come to the Muslim caring because more and more cities around the world thinking of building storm surge. Barrett's the Italians are thinking about it. Venice has some protection protection. Maybe not enough George. Bush was recent visit. He's the Texas Land Commissioner. I think he's the nephew of George. W and George. Bush is trying to think of ways to protect Houston and ironically it's oil refineries from the rising waters which caused caused by the carbon emissions made by those are refineries arrays and so they come to the Netherlands. Look at these models of what the Dutch do and see if they could work in their own countries and to some degree the model model is the easy bit. The infrastructure is the easy but you can't build storm surge barrier but you have to keep monitoring dotting its spending on maintaining it and also so given the wolves are rising checking every couple of years. How long will my barrier last? Are we going to need to build a whole new on. We're GONNA need to build Out Bigger because if you build it for say a meter of rising waters it might not be able to save the water rises one and a half nieces and apart from the Moslem carrying this other flood defence strategy being used by the Dutch. Yeah I mean it's a whole system of dikes. If you woke woke along the seacoast you don't see the waterfront properties that you see in American real estate ads. Where you'll deck overlooks the ocean? And The Netherlands. Nobody lives CBS on the beach. You have the beach and then you have the Junes. which are these man made hills of signed that stopped the C- coming in and you can only live behind the junes? Then you have these sluices which can open or close depending so the real Saddam Hall. The Muslim king is open because as I was standing by the catering watching ships coming in and out on the way to Britain and elsewhere and is able to close. It's like a door that opened it's able to close it's the Walsh's rise so it's a very flexible and complex system the difference in every place in the country but that
Hangover cures: Most effective home remedies
"Lauren. Welcome to milk street. Thanks so much for having me. So what is a hangover physiologically. In other words you drink too much alcohol in what goes on in your body. Sure what's interesting about a hangover versus. It's not just a single thing. It's almost like this constellation of different symptoms affecting your body at the same time so alcohol Causes Gastritis which is an inflammation of the stomach lining. So that's the reason you feel the stomach achey feeling just like nausea dehydration. Also a big part of what a hangover is is but that achey tired feeling that actually comes from not sleeping. Well you tend to have really poor sleep when you're hung over and because you haven't had had that sort of restful period that's part of the reason that you wake up just kind of feeling like crap before we get to the hangover cures the day after is is there anything people can do on the night of other than drinking more water. Actually if you sleep in complete and total darkness like blackout shades. I mask that's proved to lessen your hangovers recovery. Time one thing that I found really interesting in my research. Is that if you have a happy optimistic attitude while you're drinking that's actually shown shown to have less severe hangovers whereas if you have a negative outlook maybe a lot of anxiety in your life. Your hangovers actually scientifically been proven to be a little bit worse. All other things in this study remained the same. The amount of alcohol the type of alcohol it was just. Your mental state of mind affects the severity thirty of the hangover that that was an academic study that was published Other the type of drink that you choose does actually have some effect on what kind of hangover. You have darker drinks so something like Bourbon brandy red wine. Those actually have higher levels of conyers which contribute to serve a more severe a hangover. So okay so your book is about cures. So let's go down through the list pickled foods show up a lot in your lister. Stern pickled foods are a good thing. I think so So pickled foods obviously are high insults which can help replenish electrolytes and get some of those depleted salts. Back near body the pickle. Brine is a popular cure in eastern Europe in Poland and Russia in particular in the book. I have a pickle. Brian Bloody Mary which is to serve a fun. Twist based on your classic hair of the dog cocktail. But you'll also see there some eastern European soups that have pickled. Brian in it in the Roy egg was shows up in lots of Coors yes said the classic is the riot. Put a little bit of Tobasco and you put a little bit of vinegar and you take it in one shot. That's kind of quintessential the old time hangover cure. Eggs actually are great hangover food. They're full of amino acids are full of protein. So definitely said that one probably is one that I would recommend for sure Cher. Other cures are jumping some very cold ice water like the polar bear swim. I would think that actually evolve a cures. I think that one would would shock you right out of a hangover. I would think so I have never done. Polar Bear Swim. So I'm a little bit too much of a Wimp to try it but I think that one would actually be quite beneficial and if nothing else. You're probably so cold that you're thinking of other things that are feeling not so great at that moment is like hitting in your hand with a hammer. You know you're not going to hang over so let's go around the world and talk about recipes New Zealand. They have their Minson cheese. Pies is right. Yep some cheese pie. So that's essentially a ground beef pie with cheddar cheese. Net can find them all over. You know you can get a gas station and you can get them at. The local cafe. Usually their portable the one. I didn't the bucks a little bit larger so you can actually make that for maybe. Dinner and South Korea has particular UH consistent hangover soup. It's fairly strong right then. That's yes south. Korea is actually one of the main sources of inspiration and for this book. I've been reading an article about South Korean drinking culture because Korea. You tend to go out with your office made you drink serve all night long and in the morning you eat. Hey Jenga which essentially translates to hangover soup and. There's not just one hangar soup. There's an entire serve category of hangar soups so the one in the book is from John. Ju It's being sprouts Scott Rice and it's a traditional Korean anchovy based broth but it's much lighter than maybe a Hey Jenga that you would get in Seoul which might be made with more like collaborated beef blood it may have served beef. That's been simmered for hours Along with maybe like a richer soybean broth I just find it so fascinating that there were so many different kinds of dishes that you were specifically would eat when you're hung over and you'd go to the hangover soup restaurant Ed ten joy them. You say you end up with hangovers. Occasionally do you personally have a favorite cure. I have a couple of favorites if maybe it's like a really bad hangover and I just need something Super Plain. I like a good Kanji. Chinese rice porridge. Usually I'll put Ginger which is usually good for helping nausea settling the stomach and put a little scalia in there as well so that's nice just simple. I can't really face food at that moment hangover Rick Your and then one of my other hangover cures that I really love is just a breakfast sandwich that I created one day when I was hungover. It's fried eggs peppered Bacon Salon. Salon tro sweet Thai Chili Sauce and Sauteed shrimp. And it's one of those dishes that I just was cobbling together. Something in my hung over state and I think that's sort of an interesting interesting thing about hangover foods. You know we do. Have these foods that fall within the Canon of traditional hangover foods. But so much what we when we're hung over. Is that personal moment in the kitchen when we're alone. We don't want anyone to see us so I made that sandwich and it was really delicious. More thank you very much. It's been a great pleasure. Is your having you on milk street. Thank you so much for having me
This week in music history: Sonny Bono killed in skiing accident
"This week in music history nineteen seventy seven this week in nineteen seventy seven Sonny bono of Sonny and Cher fame was killed in a skiing accident at a resort near Lake Tahoe he was sixty two years old bono as one half of Sonny and
Chicago Rideshare Tax Now in Effect
"Starting today if you're using a ride Cher in downtown Chicago you'll pay more of the city's congestion to X. takes a fact to be G. as Courtney Goodman with the break down six downtown during the week will pay the most when it comes to these new taxes there in place from six in the morning until ten at night it will cost single riders three dollars a trip downtown that goes down to one twenty five if you're part of a ride Cher shared ride downtown wheelchair assessable vehicle trips will actually see a reduction in the tax by seven cents down to fifty five since November tax is expected to help generate forty million dollars for the city which will help close that eight hundred thirty eight million dollar budget
California Highway Patrol Becomes 'Maximum Enforcement Period'
"The California highway patrol has some important advice for drivers getting ready to hit the road this new year's holiday KCBS is Keith Menconi reports this advice comes as the agency begins the annual maximum enforcement period as the clock ticks down many like to greet the new year with a bang but do make sure to keep the party off the road the CHP will be running what's called a maximum the enforcement period from new year's evening through all of new year's day amber to have all of our available units out in force officer John Franzen with C. H. P. Golden Gate division Pacific we looking for obviously DIY but also all the other moving violations that can lead to a fatal traffic collisions and injury accidents and officer friends and has a request for the new year's party goers plan ahead have a designated driver a place to say or a ride Cher program to use police officials say over the course of last year's new year's festivities in California at least twenty five people were killed and two hundred and seventy were injured in crashes that involved impaired drivers so as with many things new years should be enjoyed responsibly keeping Conine
"cher" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Not have Cher to much when it comes to their motive we certainly know the anti immigrant sentiment that was expressed by the shooter in el Paso there was no overt political motivation or hate motivation that authorities have yet discovered in in Dayton but they do believe that there were more misogynistic views and and just psychological problems at work behind Connor Betts's attack on the entertainment district in Dayton but there is something telling too and that is that he seems to have had an obsession with violent ideologies and other mass shooters and that's become a disturbing trend where bash shooters take inspiration from one another even if they don't necessarily agree on why they did the shooting in the first place and of course you know the internet has been front and center over the past few days the president talking about in that statement made the other day but you got bored like I ate chan and other internet sources where these mass shooters we've noticed over the past few months or years I should say coming together and almost sharing information like you said like comparing notes and that's part of the reason why the FBI is so concerned about the flourishing of of conspiracy theories online what used to be whispers on the French are now amplified and in some cases injected into our political blood stream and they become part of the discourse and when they are not outright dismissed or when they are taken up by you know either by politicians or or others it it seems the FBI says to give license to those prone to violence to strike is not something the F. B. I.'s been particularly concerned about for for several months now well mental illness of course has been an excuse it's in front and center as well over the past few days but you've got these two shooters and these recent attacks one of them citing hateful racist and white nationalist rhetoric the other one dealing with misogyny issues as you mentioned can you really tie those to mental illness and how do you deal with two starkly different types of people like this I don't know that there's a a panacea here there there needs to be some kind of different approach though according to counterterrorism experts because nearly every case the shooter is a disaffected mentally unwell angry violent prone person who spend significant periods of time online viewing some kind of violent extremist hate filled material maybe it's to do with the past attack maybe it's to do with white supremacy maybe it's to do with isis but it's all the same kind of saying whatever because you're shopping for the self connect and you go from some perceived grief institute to validate and justify your desire to commit a violent act and these are not ideological warriors they're just angry people looking for justification to use violence and that is a disease Erin could Turkey reporting from New York it's eleven nineteen and the trump campaign is joining the GOP in suing the state of California CBS is Steve Dorsey explains why the trump campaign and state national Republicans are arguing the new law forcing presidential candidates to release their tax returns is illegal the law signed last week by democratic governor Gavin Newsom requires candidates who want to run in the state's primary to turn over five years of tax information but the president's attorneys say it's unconstitutional and the author of that bill senator Mike McGuire tweeted quote you wanna be on the California primary ballot released to return to the low bar to hit unless you have something to hide end quote meantime the trump campaign also sparring with the brother of a democratic presidential candidate over a post on Facebook president trump's reelection campaign is calling a Facebook post by democratic congressman Joaquin Cass throw a target list Castro is the twin brother of presidential hopeful who Leon Castro Monday ninety posted on Facebook the names of two companies and forty four San Antonio donors to the trump campaign from campaign official timber toss said at the very least castor was inviting harassment and at worst encouraging violence Castro's posed accuse the private citizens of quote contributing to harmful rhetoric that targets the Hispanic community and so many others but Michigan CBS news eleven twenty and today is Purple Heart day across the United States commemorating the creation of the oldest American military merit decorations and holiday was created by general George Washington back in seventeen eighty two rather the Purple Heart was and this past weekend a service men from Dorchester who died just before the end of the first World War was honored for his service family members flew in last Sunday to New Hampshire from as far away as Alaska holding the ceremony at the Boothbay harbor Coast Guard station mother in Maine remembering their relative Coast Guard petty officer first class Justin plumber Wiley and the family received the Purple Heart on Wiley's behalf one hundred and one years after his death.
"cher" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"And Cher had stopped producing it single so they do decided to sing and tell jokes in night clubs across the country CBS programming executive saw that money evening and offer them their own show the weather channel forecast mostly sunny today with a high of ninety two tonight mostly clear low sixty ninth tomorrow partly cloudy chance of a shower thunderstorm Wednesday sign ninety two currently in Huntersville partly cloudy and seventy in Concord at sixty six in uptown it's sixty eight on Chad Bauer WBTV news greatest albums of all time Madonna like a prayer like a prayer is Madonna's fourth studio album released in March of nineteen eighty nine it's been described as a confessional record for Madonna she describes as a collection of songs about her parents and the bonds or family the album was critically acclaimed topping the charts around the world commercially the album was a huge success morning six singles and selling over fifteen million copies its success led to many publications to label Madonna as the artist of the decade listen to the forty eight hours podcast on demand real people real crimes real life drama forty eight hours investigates most intriguing crime and justice cases investigators discovered brown chained up like a doll yelling for help CBS news is bringing investigative reporting and journalism you have these talks that glove trying was a crime that rocks this upscale community to forty eight hours podcast this case was a true who done it Allen and subscribe on the new radio dot com or whatever else you get your podcast with your kids out of school things are bound to get chaotic at your home rest assured that.
"cher" Discussed on KCRW
"And Cher. Really gives her a platform to express herself. But in a way that is very sophisticated when you think about Bob macky look beyond the sequence. This is someone who started out as an assistant with the great Hollywood costumer Jean-Louis, John Louis was the customer who created Marlena Dietrich's cabaret act costumes from John Louisa tally a he went to work with Edith had multiple Oscar when our who worked with Alfred Hitchcock his training in those Hollywood costume studio. Workshops was as sophisticated as say Karl Lagerfeld experience working for pier. Bell math in Paris. Okay. He understood how to build a costume like it was a piece of Qatar, and he has done that we share from the beginning that they met. So you say that there's so much sophis-. Dictation to Bob macky that we should understand. But razzle dazzle is clearly front and center and always seeing people today in entertainment in fashion who are embracing razzle dazzle with equal passion. You know, I look at at Bob as the sort of Raja of rhinestones, the Sultan, I would say of swarovski he really took that old Hollywood variety show or Vegas act costume and contemporary it in the seventies. I think similarly what is going on. Now is you you are seeing these very sophisticated designers who are doing the same thing there might be less of it. But it certainly there is a Bob macky infusion spring summer. Eighteen Gucci Alexandra Maekelae who I recently saw at Chateau marmot lounging around his spring summer two thousand eighteen show is indebted. It was inspired by the stage wardrobe that Bob macky created for Elton John's nineteen seventy seven stadium tour. And when you look at the designers today who are really championing Bob macky that is Adam Selman who. In two thousand fourteen created a nude allusion dress for Riano to wear to the FDA awards. If you look at Michael Halpern who has a has a collaboration with top shop at the moment, which you can find at the grove. Let's fast forward to this summer summer twenty nineteen and what is the met costume exhibition celebrating but camp, okay? Rupaul part of the committee rupaul Bob macky costumed rupaul award season is coming up. We're going to be seeing a lot of red carpet fashion over the coming months. We hoping that we'll see anything on the level of pizazz that Mackey created for his movie stars, especially share. You know, I think right now, the red carpet is an entirely different place because of me too. And I really think women the whole black wave. That kind of the black veil that was draped over the red carpet last year, which actually came off at the Oscars. But I think it's kind of allowed actresses to let down their hair and be a little bit more individual. So that's another thing about working with a designer. You know, a lot of these actresses today flipped from one design house to another. Consequently, a lot of them don't have an identity share like say, Elizabeth Taylor who long worked with Helen rose, Audrey Hepburn who long worked with Uber. Givenchy share really followed in that footsteps, and I would love to see a contemporary actress really keep to that. You know? I think also what's happened with the Oscars, and what Bob macky that sense of fun and mischievousness and kind of that kind of forbidden glamour where you were touching on. Say drag or you know this camp, look, which is what they were referencing certainly and punk, you know, going back to shares incredible outfit at the Oscars which was informed by punk and really caused a stir. And I don't think anyone aside from Bjork in that fantastic. Swan costume has ever come close to it. But the fact is today design houses, you know, Armani Valentino Chanel they control the red carpet because they have professional contracts with actresses Gucci where actresses are contractually obliged to wear a designer that they are aligned with. And consequently, they don't want a kind of fun stunt on the red carpet, they want a look that's going to be a strong as an advertisement that you would see in American vogue and does Bob Mackie designed new costumes are we seeing more like sort of just updates of all costume. Well, Bob macky is actually a character in the play. He's portrayed by Michael Barabbas, the actor who's been in a chorus line and kiss me Kate. He Bob macky, actually designed the costumes for himself to betray Bob macky and put him in a rather swanky kind of snakeskin blazer, which is kind of fun. He has said that he actually never kind of wore that. But you know, you always have to elevate it. There are a lot of great recreations of those iconic share costumes, so we're talking about a number of her Oscar guises, those were all costumes there. It wasn't about fashion. You're seeing you know, the gypsy tramps and thieves belly dancer meets native American Indian. But it's not just the same old.
"cher" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"Critics. No one liked it. I thought it was the most fun thing ever. It was ridiculous. What didn't run a call and she called it Planet Hollywood in New York City. Yes. Was such a relief. It was like sing mama Mia to and also like. Store line. I learned nothing about her, by the way. There was no information. Here's where I learned. I learned that she was cut out of all contracts and business negotiations. Her name. And that is insane. She had no right to any of her money when they were doing the Sonny and Cher show, the production company was called like share productions and she zero percent interest in it. And the fact that she'd started directing the episodes because she didn't like the directors. Right, right. I thought that was a blast. And like, listen, could you get it? I to say the I got you babe. Number made, literally made me cry. I all I was crying after the actor right before halftime right before halftime. He was balling. And I was like I thought he was laughing and I turn around the lights go up, and he's got tears streaming down his face. Now. I saw it on a lot of weed minutes because I needed to be very high. Yeah. It's I think the only way to save is on drugs because there is some step in there. Are you ready to talk about details? I'm ready. I'm ready, by the way, I did not see at high. Although I might as well been high because Kim Connie share all right around. Hoda? Found turn around and slap that phone out of his hand hold. It took a selfie with them. While this play was go. Yes. Yes. She did. Yes. So would I went it was in previews? Yes. Still. So I was with. A million. I was with half at the audience was Trump supporters who were like pre they were like, oh share fans and half of the audience don't have Twitter accounts. Yes. And half of the audience were plus forty game in sure over forty game. That's like Dolly was exactly. So I felt like this show needed to succeed because it needs to go on tour at he'll America. It's the only time those people will be in the same space cheering for the same woman. I thought feminist undertones and straight up over things that were said in that were amazing and groundbreaking. Yeah. They were great. And I just say like as far as jukebox musical juke box. Musicals go like, mama Mia, the Donna summer musical. This is the best one. I thought did you think it was smart that they had shared being played by three different women? I liked it. Yeah. I loved the oldest share Stephanie j block shoes my favorite shooting. Incredible. She was perfect. I there are so there too shocking things share and also be subtle is insane. But she was late nuance. And like she did it was incredible. Anyway, sorry, also, it is weird to see the three shares together and see who's doing an an impression of share. And who's doing their own interpretation of share totally give all berry allure little bit different. What songs did you? Download after. All in is saying as soon as we get in the car since the share show is do you believe in life after all I'm seeing is turn back time. And I got you babe. For the show. It absolutely is. Because okay. Let me say stay to critical things about the show. Number one. There's a scene where share meets Phil spector because Sony introduces her to Phil spector. And then that's where she kind of quote unquote starts being a backup singer. And there is not one joke in there about how Phil spector is going to be a murderer at some point. I think it was a little irresponsible to do that. Because if you had a jukebox musical, and for some reason, Bill Cosby was a character. But it was the past you would have to acknowledge. They don't acknowledge it. They don't at least have him like fumble and drop a revolver. And I'm so bad with these or something, and I'm actually surprised because the show is so big. I mean, it's like big comedy moments. Very easy for them to go. I gotta go ahead of the rain for. Yeah. Way to kill it or something like that..
"cher" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Savings Who more important on the female side of things Ben the long successful share Sarkisian share Lynn Shelvin her name is Cher to the public as she couple of weeks ago you may remember debuted her take on gimme gimme gimme from the. Album of Abba covers because she was in the movie. Really interested in the music of Abba so now second single has dropped her version of SOS let's crank. It, up and hear how it sounds Really works single this came by the way from seventy five or number one for a. Couple of weeks SOS against a revision and so if. You're a clever you're going to hear this woman clubs That's right Be number one and all the. Dance charts SOS his a track of her this is the apps called dancing Queen of. Tracks on it all the, come from Abba. She is unveiled the. List ten track tribute let's see dancing Queen one of us. Among the abbey hits that are, on there the final track remains a mystery So what. Do you think it takes guesses as would be would be. The Abba cover there would be I don't know enough of a songs good guess you're kind of the sound like? This yeah right Yes I have a my car Doug Stephan. IB, experts Abba actually? In the Hebrew. Language. Means father did you know, that I did not Initials right now I in this case. Stands for the initials of the group but, the word, Abba. In, Hebrew.
"cher" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"She dance I am Will center Sonny and Cher where would she come out and do? Her thing He was so amazing And. This was a up This is a cover Shouldn't have been ahead Creedence now Producer We would come up with the original Let's go to the original The, question is preferred Tina Turner or do you prefer CCR Go. Back to Tina Turner I mean. This is what we, do talk, radio for the important question If you gotta go to work Knew what this one You want. To go to work you want me That's gotta get up. Gotta get going But bump music. Is all, about God bless. His data all right let's go back the president of. The United. States has tweeted.
"cher" Discussed on Who Charted
"Hey we'll give an opportunity to the young up and comers you know before they get their starting tasha anything you wanna poke yes i have a netflix special with my husband moshe casher it's called the honeymoon special and it is out on netflix april seventeenth streaming so it says that it's three part are they going to release them separately no basically i do stand up and one special most of the stand up another special and then the third special they're totalling an hour and a half the third half hour is a together roasting couples doing live relationship counts wonderful sonny and cher style sonny and cher we're really really mean that's it that's it guy anything else my life is goddess available july thirty first preordered today who's the publisher on that bantam a tria books they are a imprint of simon and schuster i believe a few months away are you done writing it i sent in like my line at its today okay so that's how it works simon schuster course to great songwriting duo what did they to hey hey lover simon of simon and schuster his daughter miss carly simon oh is that right yeah well that's why she's so rich she used to have a she did have she does have a son right ben simon i don't know if he's still famous but i when i was young went to new york and he invited me in a group of people over to carly simon's peta tear and it was amazing because it was one room but it was like this like amazing like you know victorian crazy huge room like right off central park on the upper east side where she would just like come to sleep once in a while or it was awesome refused mouth.
"cher" Discussed on The Rusty Humphries Rebellion
"I just wrote that piece of material right there cher cher cher cher share the video cher cher cher cher share the podcast cher cher cher cher cher the video cuts facebook wants shut us down wound so follow me on the hear me out apf follow me on hear me out app follow me on hear me out at my name is rusty follow me on he adds up and with that i think we're going to pretty much in the show because i've losing it because i get some people like sharon are not about politics all the time i don't want to talk about politics all the time i don't care about it all the time i'm just on the mode i might me in the mood tomorrow but i'm still the gusted with what's going on finally in the hear me out at would you lose have you shared the video if you don't i'm going sings the more mice cher cher cher cher the video as song i don't think you want to hear the armageddon of i know i don't hear the video find the podcast tell people about that too find me on facebook not that facebook cares or will let you see me by my frosty ambriz look for me look to the page would be in a balloon facebook is really for lebanese they are hoyer they hosan struan really good people out of a living work very hard in hailed a lot of money to get likes inin work hard to get go audience than facebook admitted his guilt we don't care we don't care we have rather.
"cher" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"One analysts said 973 together wish him you and tharwat if i could take the i shall right now i don't think the weaker away these out on terrorism of its fat how could i lesser fall by his serve wasted with some one here we go down go downs again ah those said you could do anything no say then i was seven go down day godowns again go away everything has shown them bad let's go down so he was an impact get away from your background zuni so proud standing there way at the bound him as the director them favoritism is openly in an ad on the debt we believe in the loan is paul anka has delivered beginning joke on the jazz people living in complete though guy cut down some of those two things knows say that you gotta though the way way everything has bob cher cher even on tuesday an impact in greece two to go down there and guard down to gather this you could do anything those same in i was found near you free go down god go go away with everything nets so we up bags like that we stand it was the stadium two in this yes.
"cher" Discussed on Taboo Tales
"I know ted cory um but thank you first admitting that that's beautiful that it worked on yeah but i would never be able to hook up in my childhood bed though y it would just has so many bad memories bad memories yeah was like hooking up with guys though we're we're able to me uh well you know like the quarterback cher cher cher cher i never hooked up with his childhood bad so i guess they don't have that its gross my momma just got rid of my childhood bed so that was like a thirty seven year old swimming this he put out on the curve the other day probably i hope that it went to the garbage and nobody took it i think as long as people travelled lee have stories about hooking up at home over christmas and their parent's home mmm so thanks for submitting that i don't know if i've ever hooked up in my parents did you hook up in daves parents ya yeah they don't let your engaged so you can say about it i guess yeah at his parents were years now i wasn't that i think he was a little weird person who's home it is is always more nervous yes and i think the person whose home it is not is always more like let's do it but why it's not like the parents it's like my mom knows i've had sex is still i would never want her to catch me again it's just like weird yet way yeah just scott to be window you after an adult okay the next rate okay this story is really crazy it starts off great taboo and then there's a turn anglosphere and like i just we need this person this and please.
"cher" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"It shakes it changes every time you look at it keeps you open and curious in because you have no idea the may look like whatever and i that's one no way you come from always remember when you come doesn't mean that eu stays stuck there but it's it is it is the source and we only had one source each and every one of us and never forget that identity and and have your loved ones anthony loved ones that leaves you need to at least of loved ones everybody should know that experience everybody should have had children that anybody needs to have treatment that everybody should have none of what cher cher was a great before asif our question out acknowledged you stare for being an incredible gift to humanity in helping so many people to hurt pain confusion heartache create healing them cells in their hearts and mend shirt relationships especially in the relationship with themselves sweating nausea consisting working for decades in helping area his final question is what your definition of greatness oh god i to have a free life a fully lights and that means whatever means for me means fun and interesting things and creativity and enough money to do what i want and and robust group of friends and a and a great relationships with my son and we may husband i mean fooling adjusts to feel like lake you satiated that's if you have a life in which you feel satiated to me any way than i feel like i have greatness but i could also this ten different way such a it's a great word because.
"cher" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Up to the moon no no with jeff brown these so you jim cher cher two his alphand sza two four three on with mario lopez saad mario lopez almost made it through the week already thursday my favorite day got a couple the folks from the bachelor world south by later dean ongart from last season and beca tilleli chris souls and been hit in see easing was all kinds of music and a special guest the tells all about the newest lopez family you do video all add more armed mario certain right now kvnt los angeles for three them the emir kuna we need to me and he fini and through wounds the we need fan the wound the him either way he is the man lead you do ooh ooh he in ooh liu denied he and then give you len goodman no match fee.
"cher" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"This is an air of our basically if you're right you're wrong right like we are like anybody's right ever but nobody wins okay yet deal i'll shake that by this time the indentured servants simply no longer had any chance to ever own land anywhere in america so they went to where they could squat which a lot of the times is swampy shitty land right so land went to fewer and fewer hands in this became even more so as african start pouring into the country is slaves right right so byrd was set down to see what was up with north carolina uh get the fucking scope on things three hour tour and when he and his group of other surveyors arrived i'm rooting for danger they said they felt like they were on a medieval crusade gay people came out of huts to stare at the strange men from virginia cher cher cher okay all right that's a vibe book my name's paradigm is quite as smell coming up supposed to be on your face we're mad oh no doubts shit oh good demand pow was taken lied down in our swamp nope get in a who would love to we're going to tight day just quite at one than me teeth last one to be here for the moment all right friend i'm just could actually move with my arms is go through the i'll swim i'll swim new swim in quote it was as if we had been morocco ambassadors i don't know what does that minutes pierre time will then they looked at them crazy but then you then they look like these strange creatures from other right from another country will these survey agent these surveyors at brought a minister with them and they and they went about sprinkling holy water on people and trying to baptized children this is now a wholly swamp.
"cher" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen
"It is four orsmond is a shock on i have a cyrus is not again let excellent name there was a very difficult one gives me in a book anyway joining it about vote syros got right those kind of i ever it certainly wasn't even looking at this now after having done all these like a bunch of these games the difficulty level is just like we're terrible panic event like these reggie quotes dislike fossil the posted around thinking we know about game design but we clearly clearly just know nothing about well now's you should be doing this you should be designing this four hundred eight your turn when we got him up what's your name hey i'm logan he logan who will name where he from phoenix arizona phoenix all right okay so what am i doing here i'm doing ok 'trial cardinals cher cher okay you're doing trivia bogin here's your question this is all the game was the first ever zelda to let you jump one breath of the wild two links awakening three sell the two adventure of link or four the legend of zelda links weakening was the first one one mother's the number two our audience would say let's just made a book anyways ringgit sport you get about logan you get about yeah the sides throwing one side's who owns although yeah now so i figured i never play that game but that's how i feel is weird it was tough tough game is very different from all the all this joanne maria to both very we were both very rare ankles beyond that as a nintendo thing just number two all right we need to more people for game sidmar ed 200 who do we got all right um.
"cher" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Some cloth tape normanlear nam nam nam nam live which are mother had not yet sewn into the hello as i was going to take to camp spicer the camp in two weeks of course i never did go to camp i'm clutching that role and i'm in that situation by mothers selling my father's red leather chair from which he and i used to listen to the friday night fights from edisonsquaregardenit was very precious and this asshole was about to buy my mother's chair my father's cher puts his hand on my nineyearold shoulder and says wellnaumann your remanded allows now andii like to think that that was the moment i understood the foolishness for the first time the foolishness of the human condition what kind of a full tells a kid in that situation these them on a moment later saintdavidowen a man in a house dozen cry so that that that moment it really influence you a infants mayo a lot i think it fair to say that fluent your work since you made so many shows and so much television about the frailty human frailty and about the the absurdity of the uman condition you ever think about that want to thank him for that moment wellii think everybody that ever happened my way for every single moment uh cut because as i said earlier took me all of these years these moments these days to get to look at each two guys on this little screen and know that we're talking to tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands her yeahwell however many people a million a month we're happy to say that's a big crowd a million a month that's why we went out we got you this i to invite everybody over to my house offer a cup of time now ii cite from your father you had an uncle who is holed up oh my godi have been florida buddy lie on.