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"cini" Discussed on No Agenda
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"cini" Discussed on The Property Couch
"Then you have a conversation with your dad inside a dead you know. We started where we started back in commission housing opportunities. And we've worked. We've worked hard and then you'll get to this place of Self-achievement what what will that feel like. What would that conversation feel for you. And you be huge bras. He's he's already patted me. Whatever you shaved sunfire so that extra Helping you that. Which dual radius. It's it's it's a journey adrada. Like have those concessions as the jenny guys long robin Telling you at the end of shades. It's say he's seen Or not do feel is in mexico where women from from that in the beginning so inside the pace to manning and appreciative of moving towards. This is the lucky country. I wanna cini to him by while he lives on a good anyway. Greenback allows united united Time why settle. Cheney was as a kid being delighted and short from that state fees. you'll be happy now. Mccaffrey we get dining all way through. Slow and inspiration. You are credit to your dad your credit family. Your you'll kids in wafa very lucky. Now what i will say is that you're going to inspire people with your story because If if you can do it from that background some people will be sort of looking at themselves going. Well what excuse do i have wrought so so. I'm incredibly grateful when i bandaged that That you come on. It is at five or out of the year when we get to shave out at listeners stories. You'll story is is one of transformation and i think there's something in it for him so you bribe. We appreciate that carry john on being transparent. You making sure it's not to your family but you helping to make sure to build a whole lot of families as well so we appreciate you coming onto the public. Catch guys back. Thanks roy unbelievable while he's my message to the community. Excuse me. I shouldn't be any. They shooed not may any waterway. Said i leave it up to somebody else if it is to be. It's up to me and twelve years. Just to exemplifies this. This is what we talk about people who who just trying to design the lost all that i wanted his on as a matter way you come from getting the opportunities on forever indebted to his dad fatiguing taking a cross and bringing them to what we now. Is you win the lottery. When you're leaving astrid is absolutely no doubt about. It is absolutely not raising wallet. People should be making excuses because there is just not raising. Why when someone lock toy comes along with just a fantastic mindset gripe attitude using the story tight strategy oil as old pots to that journey. Just absolutely incredible in terms of what he's saying. I want to do so old testament in credit to him and his family for putting all of the dachshund rowan just going.
"cini" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show
Playing Walt Disney World Trivia with Bri from WD-FM the official podcast of the Walt Disney Family Museum
"And in nineteen seventy six. Walt disneyworld logged. Its fifty millionth guest. Which makes me want. Play a little trivia. And you know i just happen to know the podcast that hosts w. f. the official podcast of the walt disney family. You like to welcome bree bertelli cini to the show. Hey hey it's going great now. I've got some trivia questions here about walt disney world. I hear you used to work there right. Yes they did. I worked on the kilimanjaro safaris animal kingdom way back in the day so this should be no problem for you. We're gonna start our trivia here in the magic kingdom. Okay so when you're walking down main street you see all these flags. Well they're not like actual. American flags are slightly different. What is the difference in the flag. So leave it's the number of stripes the numbers. They're just a little bit. Yeah yeah they took out a striped so that we don't need to follow the national flag. Because who wants to walk down you see the flags at half mast and all that stuff they want to keep them up and keep everything. Happy there when you when you first walk into the park. So they removed a stripes. They don't need to follow the National flag code all right. How about this one. This one's an interesting one. I think how close is the next garbage can. Oh it's oh my goodness. I used to notice it. Something like every eighty steps every thirty steps. Can you believe that thirty sturdy steps away from bet you close. Yeah that's that's okay. All right let's Let's try this last one here and working there. You probably a left something behind much. Like two hundred and ten people each day. Leave this item. And there's actually one point six five million of this object left behind by disney guests. What does that object. They sunglasses
A rare Botticelli portrait fetches $80 million in Sotheby's auction
"About cheddi portrait. This week smashed the auction record for the nasal artist. Portrait of a young man with a roundell hammered at eighty million dollars. Sotheby's in new york on ninety two point one million with fees. The previous record for was relatively low. Ten point four billion dollars set in two thousand. Thirteen by the so-called rockefeller madonna portrayed. A young man had lost come to auction in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and its attribution to put. A chill was doubted by everett. Fall by then. The director of new york's frick collection. Who declared to be by francesco. Totti cini a follow of botticelli for he apparently later changed his mind and now the work is widely agreed to be a botticelli but while that work the price it was expected to a small but luminous rembrandt painting abraham and the angels from sixteen forty six which had estimate of twenty to thirty million dollars was withdrawn at the last minute. As we recorded the podcast sotheby's not yet given an explanation for its withdrawal. I spoke to scott rayburn a contributor to the newspaper and the new york times immediately after the sale. About whether it's a risk to bring these works wash now amid the pandemic and what it tells us about the market for your masters in general scott before we talk about the particular. Lots came sotheby's today. I wanted to ask you about the old master market in general and obviously the fact that he are in the middle of a pandemic and we're in an economic crisis. Does it make sense to bring these kind of lots to watch it this time. Well this is how the b.'s. new york gets the big master cell. Everyone wants to consigned to this sale. This is the moment The markets dealers on people. I speak to in that world. Say new york is where everyone wants to sell their overly only one sale year evening sale and that was the time to sell uncles. The pandemic been going on for nearly a year now in terms of restrictions on auctions sotheby's created incredibly slick format for this hybrid livestream sale It seems to be working. Well the thing about losses of courses. This isn't contemporary art. It's an unfashionable collecting field and it was always going to be a real test for that collecting field in the current environment. That's the interesting thing is because of course the leonardo so and of course the leonardo salvator mundi was very very unusual. So we have to caveat everything with that sure but christie's when they sold that put that into the contemporary sale. Luckily and i wondered how you feel about whether old master lots might do better in more mixed fields versus the traditional roadmaster sale. And who dictates that but with the salvator mundi. My understanding was that it was just a brainwave by the genius auction air Loic gouzer Thinking well let's put it in a contemporary sale. It's such a strange object If it's an old master sale than people just pick it to bits and criticize it in a contemporary sale be would just be looking at the image. And of course christie's marketing machine went into absolute overdrive and they marked it absolutely brilliantly Using the typeface of the dan brown novel to promote it You know they pulled out every stop and it worked sensationally. Well whether you the extent to which you can do again is is really questionable. Because that is as you point out in uttar outlaw. They self-talk mundi in in every respect. But what was interesting about. The marketing of this sale at celebici's is once again. The sophistication of the marketing with every lot. The work was shown online hanging on a white wool in a contemporary style. Interior where you'd expect a damien hirst to hang on then there would be to further reassure the contemporary minded by will the asian bah. There was a very attractive. Cooley dressed asian girl standing next to the painting in a contemporary interior. I that all walking the hilarious thing about this marketing ploys that in both cases they weren't actually looking at the picture they were just standing there. It was clearly if he's of marketing to reassure contemporary art buys but it was very smart and slick and clever and they and they're pulling out the stuff that incredibly inventive about it
"cini" Discussed on A Touch of Grey
"Our listeners of are invited with every day about what's going on in our chaotic crazy kobe. Nineteen pandemic world and hopefully down for a few of the latest developments here goes i just finished reading an interesting article. In the business. Insider experts no longer affects seasonal or virus. Waves that penn janik It's like a forest fire looking for human would people earning hewish experts scrambling in this particular episode of the coronavirus pandemic might look like many predicted that it would be like flu. It would retreating summer before roaring back in second more severe wave come fall but now there are. Lots of news talks on this subject. There is no evidence is going to be as a crease in quiche encases. The humira allergist michael oster harm who is a director of essential for infectious disease. Research and policy minnesota told business insider that. It's just gonna keep burning hot like kind of a forest fire. And now we see there are ways. And according to the world. Health organization spokeswoman margaret harris pandemic is probably going to be one big wave and she went on to say april. We were still looking at whether this janik with a t two ways Where you see big increases in cases and then you see a trough and then you see a second big wave for reasons completely. Our understanding and He he said he knew that this janik really is different. It's true that like the flu. New corona virus spreads via dropbacks people. And that when they're coughing or sneezing and both viruses can be transmitted even when infected people show no symptoms so these similarities bad people think past in fluid pandemics were a worthy model for early comparisons of this one especially nine hundred and eighteen spanish flu which infectious five hundred million people but the coronavirus asian seasonal like it's viable brothers and some experts are saying that what we all need to get our heads around is the fact that this is a new virus now the region colorado viruses are affected by the seasons according to us who baker a researcher at princeton environmental institute is. We're at the start of pandemic winter. New virus is emerging into a population that has had it before so a lack of population..
"cini" Discussed on A Touch of Grey
"And i think people that live in their region know about that but people who live outside of the midwest or maybe not so familiar with the fact that. There's this huge chunk of america's wilderness. That's still left there And another surprise is that Again driving driving route sixty six through places like missouri and oklahoma through small towns instead of taking the interstate. You come across a lot of fascinating things Historic sites small museums Interesting food Places to eat State parks nature areas and again. That's just how many exist that you didn't even know about before and unless you've lived in the region and one that comes to mind is hot tonka state park which is in the ozarks of Southern missouri and That's a great little park that you can visit off of route sixty six And it's it's part of it is back onto the lake of the ozarks but it's really a deep limestone gorge. That was once the property of of a I'm a millionaire from kansas city in the early twentieth century and he was a scottish american heritage and he built this big scottish style castle. Home right above the gorge and a couple of years. After it was built it was burned. It burned down in an accident and he died a couple of days later and for for decades it was vacant and unused and the family eventually sold the property to the state of missouri. It became a state park that includes part of the lake. Hiking this steep gorge was hot springs in the bottom and this ruined castle up on the hillside that looks kind of like frankenstein's castle so you come across these these little auditees that local people know about on these drives but if you're from outside the region or outside the state you probably don't even know about it but it in and you could avoid some huge crowds you can have to encounter other places now. What i loved about. Religious book are young usual and innovative and ten eight series that you put together for your readers and one of our trips. That you put together is all about volcanoes and i can't wait to go and you called drives so tell her. This is a little bit about that well. Traffic drives is as a little kid growing up like a lot of people. I was fascinated by dinosaurs. Still i yes. I still am. When and when the book came out by michael crichton. I had to write. Read the book drastic park and then when the movie came out by steven spielberg. I had to line up to see it on the first day and and So i thought you know. There's a lot i visited. I knew about various miscellaneous dinosaur digs in the rocky mountain area. And i thought if you can link all those in a single drive. So i thought well you know. There's two great places in alberta canada Dinosaur provincial park and then the royal terror museum where a lot of the bones. They found at dinosaur provincial park. Where put back together as full-size skeletons. So i started up. There went down through montana. Utah over into colorado dinosaur national monument and then ended up on the outskirts so denver where there's a great little dinosaur digging dinosaur museum so it links together about twelve different dinosaurs sites in alberta montana utah colorado and it's a. It's a great family trip. It does take about two weeks. And you obviously can't do it now because the kennedy. Us borders open. But you can't cut off the northern part and do the montana utah colorado version now. And it takes you susan. In addition to the dinosaur digs the dinosaur museums. Amazing scenery amazing national parks And some really cool mountain mountain west cities very and another unique role for the she puts together That offer intrigued me..
"cini" Discussed on A Touch of Grey
"Joe yogurts to writer photographer and editor for the past three decades. He's been working. And living in four continents asia africa europe and north america and his writing appears in a number of publications including national geographic traveler. He's here to tell us how to hit the road and explore america's backyard for those looking to leave home to do so safely. Now my first question for you is how did you get started getting travel writing and what about. It appeals to you the most well. I started as a traveler because i had parents that took me on a car vacation every summer. Somewhere around the western. Us or western canada or texas in places like that and it just kind of got ingrained into my my psyche and i continued it as a college student and then as a twenty something adult and Started doing Long trips overseas at one point across asia across africa and At the same time. I became a writer. I started in high school and the student newspaper and eventually got journalism degree at the university oregon and I've been a professional journalists. Either editor writer. My whole life. I've been writing since i was fourteen. Basically and did you become a full time travel writer. Well that's a funny story I've been a freelance writer for thirty years since a thirty one year since nineteen eighty nine when i quit my last office job as a magazine editor and i You know as a freelance writer. You do whatever you can to survive. And the first five years. I was mostly business writer then. I got an offer to go. And write. Murder mystery tv shows and angeles for cbs and Some other people. So i did that for five years but didn't really like the hollywood writer. Lifestyle and national geographic called me out of the blue and nineteen ninety nine and offered me A book on driving the panamerican highway from texas to argentina and that book kinda got me started into full time travel writing. So i've been doing it about twenty years now. Now you have written three travel books about travel america in conjunction with national shoe graphic What was The first one and that certainly did very well so what was it. That was fifty states. Five thousand ideas and that was Very much national geographic's idea the editor who i was working with at that time Asked me if i wanted to write the whole thing. And i said sure i'd love to write a whole book about the fifty states and also the fourteen canadian provinces and territories and So i don't think any of this really could have envisioned at that point in time that it would do so well It came out about two and a half years ago. And it's been on the travel bestseller list on amazon ever since and Got as high as number four out of all amazon books behind Michelle obama john..
"cini" Discussed on A Touch of Grey
"Hi this is michael harrison. I hope you're enjoying this installment of a touch of grey the talk show for grown ups and finding it to be a meaningful listening experience. This wonderful little weekend program has been on the radio across america in one form or another for more than twenty years. Its mission is to provide mature americans with information and content about aging to help them cope with the nonstop challenges of life during these hectic modern times. We're talking about health finances relationships and plain old fun whether it's learning about the latest technology and social norms or fondly remembering yesterday's arts and entertainment a touch of grey. The talk show for grownups is dedicated to serving that gigantic segment of the population so sadly ignored by most of today's popular media founded and hosted by a truly great lady. Carol marks one of america's leading experts on upper demographic issues and a champion in the ongoing battle against ageism. This program is geared to what has commonly been referred to as the sandwich generation baby boomers who are coping with such challenges as still supporting their adult children while caring for their elderly parents. It's my honor and privilege to be associated with carol marks and be a part of her mission to support.
"cini" Discussed on A Touch of Grey
"Ladies and gentlemen children of all ages gathered around the radio it's time for another installment of a touch of grey the talk show for grownups. The host and founder of our program is carol marks. Carol marks is one of america's leading experts on upper demographic issues and she is indeed a champion in the battle against ageism. Let's kick this hour off with carol in conversation with lisa. Msce lisa mcnary is an award-winning home. Designer she speaks and writes on the subjects of design and senior living. Her book is called hive. The simple guy to multi generational living. Now i see how did you get started interested in senior living this guy. Can you briefly. Tell us what you learned from being a facility planner for one of the nation's largest developers of assisted living centers in this country. Yes so that was Almost twenty five years ago. And really think that i was drawn to senior living because i had so many Family members that were older. My children at one point had six great grandparents alive. Wow which is. It's pretty phenomenal understand age and so you know. Seniors were a part of our life integral part of our life and so sunday dinners and and things like that and so it was a natural thing for me to move in from healthcare interesting. You're living as a designer And when we did that. I just love the idea that people would be able to live in a home like environment but being able to have all the services that they needed to able to support them as they aged and now i have a very topical question for you About the kobe virus. Can you tell our listeners. Your fee steps at nursing homes can take to make sure the.
"cini" Discussed on Midlife Mixtape
"Usually have to have a good walking ratio. So you can walk down to the grocery store into the bank and those types of things but there's a lot of communities that are trying to do this because they're seeing such a win for the younger kids to have older adults around and not just leave. Yes I've heard of these in northern California. They're intentional living communities so there's really a deliberate approach to having a mix of ages and also to make it a community based so you can't go you don't go in your house and just stay there. You have to be out in about whether it's with sidewalks or common areas for eating or whatever it is and are there Janis all over them in Florida and California Saab. Even in Minnesota is really how Italy works in a lot of European countries on purpose. I it they consider kick in your elders out to a home a disgrace and so it's a very writer mentality. The United States has where we consider it in honored thing to be able to afford to put her parents in place right. We have a neighbor here who we just adore. Who just let us know that? They're moving because both sets of grandparents are moving in with them and he said this is how I grew up and this is just how we're GonNa do it and definitely raised our eyebrows. Because it's very very much charlie and the chocolate factory but there's some really great things about that I think as Americans we need to take a closer look at it. I think you bring up such valid point because because for the last five years until this last year I had my mother and my father. My kids in high school. My husband in the my grandmother from ninety to ninety six with Alzheimer's living with us. And we did this multigeneration experiment. I wrote about it. We Really Leveraged Technology and design. Add what I found was when I would talk to people about it then and say oh. Yeah my mother-in-law living with me to it was almost like this dirty little secret that people are embarrassed to talk about and yet there's so many benefits We still huge benefits. It's and my kids really felt it because I was so worried about it and they said that it was hugely beneficial for them and my parents described there's their situation a little a bit like being vampires. That win all the kids in all their friends would come over to be like they were able to suck the energy out of them younger. So what the signs that. It's time to start thinking about assisted living when we need to start thinking about this for our parents and then for ourselves I think right now whatever day it is where when you're listening it was yesterday it because there's that old wives tale that you don't you don't plant the seed for the tree when you need to treat you have to the things and what it does is it allows allows you to make a decision not in a crisis mode which is how the majority of people making today. So when you're not making a decision in crisis material that have discussions you're able to plan for what you need easy to private pay senior living starts at about forty five thousand a year out of pocket and goes up to about to her. When you start to think in those dollars in you think earlier earlier rather than later because it might be for twenty years that you're in it you might decide to become an ex? Pat Go down to Panama in live or cruise go on a cruise ship or you might decide to get a granny pad or something like that but you have a lot of choices. I think a lot of people think it's cheaper than it is to live the lifestyle that they want in so they do in a crisis mode and then they realize they only have two or three years worth of money which is never a good place. So here's here's the thing that came up on the facebook page. I know it's good to talk to my parents about this topic. They don't WanNa talk to me about it. How do we get those hard conversation started with the? Let's say the parent who is left as you know it left alone in that in the childhood house and doesn't want to move out of their a perfect the perfect question and I think the reason why the parent. It doesn't want to talk about it. Most often is because the conversation tends to be about forcing the older adult to give up something and give up their freedom and the the pitcher has to be painted moving someone from fear to freedom instead of from freedom to fear of where they're gonna go and so that's that's the majority of problem it's about. Hey Mom we're gonNA have to take away your car. Hey we're gonNA take over your banking. Hey we're gonNA take away this. Hey you're not eating rate. Hey you should be taking more supplements and this. This is an adult that has taken care of you and themselves for their entire life and now they're being devalued not on purpose. It's out of of love but it's just so hard to have that conversation because all of that stuff is probably true. It is in so I think there might be a really good place here for facilitators facilitators because this is a conversation that you WANNA have. It's Kinda like trying to tell your teenager something. And they listen to their coach or teacher or their mentor. But they won't was in you know. I think it's a little bit like that of. That's that is the job that needs to be created in our case when we were moving my mom from her town home to an assisted living place. Her big concern was that she wouldn't be able to drive anymore. which hello she shouldn't have been driving by that point anyway and every day that we knew she'd taken her car out? We were sweating bullets. But we had arranged for people to drive her and we kept a she kept saying. I'm not going to be able to do anything. And she goes out more than she ever would have if she you had stayed at home but it's not a rational response to arguments. I think it's exactly what you're saying. They used to tell us what to do. How dare whe waltz in and and try to take that role even though it's exactly what's needed to preserve their safety and their and their health exactly part of it too is that the very cash-conscious cash-conscious compared to us and what I found in giving advice to a lot of my friends in this situation is their dad or mom needs a new hearing aid or needs new glasses asses or needs to dentures or needs new orthotics? They won't get him and part of the reason why their body is failing is because they don't have those things it would be a much better position in have a much better quality ally so my advice is to say that. Oh you got this for free in your area you just won this contest on the radio and then they're really open to doing those postings and it's amazing when you can hear highlife changes it's amazing when you can see ya and those costs are very very minute compared to going into a senior living right. I have a really beloved aunt. Who's ninety one who's got arthritis everywhere and the one thing that has helped she's got she's got joint pain? I buy her these little jars of very high potency. CBD Cream here in Oakland and ship them to our and she puts them on and she's like Oh Mahan stone her but she always says when she he calls me. Tell me how much tell me how much the jars are. Will the jars only fifty bucks each but I say don't worry about it. I got you know it was nothing I got it for free and I tell you that every time well one time a shift or a jar and I forgot to take the price tag off and now she won't tell me when she's out of it she's like oh I had no idea I'm not having you get that for me anymore anymore so I have to come up with a different brand and say oh look this one was only two dollars so he is just so powerful. I don't know if it's it may. It may just be a placebo effect. She says she feels better. And so it's the one thing living this far away which is a whole nother conversation. How do you help older people in your life when you live cross this country from them but that say that for another time talking about having those conversations early one of the other questions that came up is how do you get your parents to sign all those important documents that we know we should have on file for them before the crisis hits the power of attorney? Do not resuscitate. Do you have advice for getting those signed in advance and and and what forms people should have ready ready. That is a in. There's quite a few books out there. on this but it is just that hard part of having a conversation and what I find is if the parent doesn't feel like they have anything to pass on money-wise the conversation becomes even more difficult has they don't they don't really understand. Understand how important it is to have a do not resuscitate or living well or the passwords to anything. So my mother is seventy nine and I'm going to have a conversation with her dining her passwords to facebook and snapchat. And those. You're wait wait wait wait. Your mother does snapchat. Oh yeah she stays. Oh my God I failed at snapchat. But you're seventy nine year old. Okay your mom I bow down to your mother and I think it happens to be because my kids lived with her. You know they we all live the that multigenerational and she saw the power of being able to be on Instagram snapchat and facebook in stay connected. Take my daughter. Just left for Israel for her master's program in My Mom's on what's APP with her That's all some. Yes you do need password vastly. Because here's I would happen is think about this. This is we we no longer live in mayberry. Where your mom or dad passes God forbid and you go down and local banker in a local this in the local postman in you? Say Okay. I need a tiny this up. There are social media accounts and bank accounts in life insurance accounts. What's in insurance accounts in? You have no idea where any of them are totally. I mean my dad was the most organized guy ever an in every year on January first he mailed out to his three kids here as a mimeographed set of. Here's where all our accounts are this. This is what so we had a perfect blueprint. A my dad died very suddenly a couple of summers ago. And I said I'll I'll kind of oversee how we consolidate all of this in what we need to do so even literally with everything written out for us we knew what they account numbers were. We knew where they were took us. Two years to get everything consolidated solid snapchat so that's a whole nother layer. It is because you know just ate the social media part is is a big deal just because you have that but there's a company any out there that you can pay a subscription to and they will. You still have to do it just like anything else but you can consolidate all passwords with one password in with the click of the button. You know go and do that. And so that's a real positive thing if you could get him to do it and the best way I found is if oh you do have grandkids or nieces or nephews or someone that's younger that can deal with older adult. They're more apt to do that than dot com kind of situation. Oh that's really interesting..
"cini" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Sure we'll Castro live in the WSB twenty four hour news center with WSB's top stories this half hour, President Trump offering a surprise invitation to meet with North Korean leader. Kim Jong UN this weekend while the president is in South Korea, president tweeting his invitation North, Korean leader, Kim Jong UN saying he'd just like to say Hello and shake Kim's hand at the north South Korean demilitarized zone. I'm in no rush whatsoever. But I wasn't south we'll be in South Korea. I let him know. And we'll see if he's we'll see each other for two minutes. That's all we can. But that will be fun. The president said he just came up with the idea this morning, Andy Field, ABC news human remains found in a suitcase. In Buford finally identified today, nearly three years to the day of their discovery. Dental and medical records confirmed. The human remains belong to twenty nine year old, Ashley men, Cini Cini was originally from Pennsylvania, but spent the last few years of her life in Gwinnett county, she was reported missing by her mom in December of two thousand fourteen her cause and manner of death are still under investigation. A federal lawsuit filed today aimed at stopping Georgia's new heartbeat law from taking effect as promise the ACLU of Georgia, along with the center for reproductive rights and Planned Parenthood of filed the suit on behalf of plaintiffs including doctors health providers, and their patients, we promise to keep fighting every step of the way and today proves that we are Stacey, FOX CEO a Planned Parenthood. Southeast says besides calling for the new law to be struck down. They plan to file a motion to barred from taking affect January first governor campaign attorney General, Chris carbos named in the suit are not commenting on it from the Richard Russell federal buildings. Sandra, Parrish WSB and sports.
"cini" Discussed on KCRW
"Personally believe she ought to go to the Senate Republicans like coal. See Cini as possible national contender one day and the house isn't a great launch pad for that should be incredible asset wherever she's at. And I think that elevator onto a national stage and actually positions are somewhere down the road to become a legitimate national candidate for the Republican party, the more rough and tumble nature of the lower chamber has suited Cheney who has never shied from starting or weighing in on a controversy in her unsuccessful. Senate bid she picked a fight with her only Sister, Mary Cheney who is gay and married by campaigning against gay marriage, it publicly divided the Cheney family here. She is on FOX. I do believe it's an issue that's gotta be left up to the states. I do believe in traditional definition of marriage. In twenty eighteen she picked a fight on Twitter, over torture with Arizona, Republican, Senator John McCain, a former prisoner of war. Janey has been one of the most forceful defenders of the interrogation tactics used on terror suspects during the Bush era. She remains an advocate for bringing them back as she did here in two thousand seventeen we're not even in a position anymore frankly, where we're very often capturing people. We have nothing to do with people when we do capture them in January. She was the only house leader to call on Iowa Republican Steve king to resign over racist remarks saying he should find another line of work, that notion of white supremacy is offensive is absolutely imporant. It's racist. We do not support it or agree with it. And as the leader in charge of party. Messaging, she has focused frequent attacks on the first two Muslim. Women in congress. Democrats Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and retreated to leave of Michigan for controversial comments. They have made on Jews and US Israel foreign policy here. She is again on FOX. I'm sorry, that there are so many anti-semitic members of the House Democratic caucus, this brand of red meat messaging is more naturally in line with the house, which is one reason Republicans, like Arkansas congressman Steve wool, Mak hope she decides to stay, I know kinda.
Has Anyone Been Buried on the Moon?
"This episode is brought to you by the Capital One saver card. Earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment two percent at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet terms apply. Welcome to brain stuff a production of iheartradio. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Bobo bomb. Here you gene, or gene shoemaker trained, astronauts and founded a new science born on April twenty eighth nineteen twenty eight Schumaker was one of the twentieth. Century's? Great minds, his work on impact craters affected, everything from Nasr's Apollo missions to the dinosaur extinction debate for his contributions to human knowledge, he was awarded the national medal of science by then president George H W Bush in nineteen Ninety-two, but a different honor eluded him shoemaker studied the moon from afar, but he often dreamed of climbing into a spacesuit and walking on its surface. Sadly, he never got the chance Addison's disease crushed his hopes of becoming an astronaut, but in nineteen Ninety-seven some of his ashes were laid to rest near the moon southern poll that made him the first and to date the only person to ever receive a lunar burial. It was a poignant epilogue to the man's career. Schumaker was a geologist by training and craters were one of his great passions. He helped confirm that the famous Barringer crater near flagstaff, Arizona crater that's five hundred seventy feet or one hundred seventy three meters. Deep was made by an asteroid impact. He also championed the hypothesis that another such impact killed last non avian dinosaurs sixty six million years ago and by mapping some of the craters on our moon. He revolutionized our understanding of its geology in nineteen sixty one the United States geological surveys set up an Astra geology research program shoemaker often considered the founding father of Astra geology was chosen to lead. It NASA would enlist his services to shoemaker joined future. Apollo astronaut on field trips to Barringer crater and other sites where he trained them to collect rock samples a perhaps seemingly simple skill set. But one would let them eventually bring home the first moon rocks humans ever saw and thus making all kinds of research possible. His work was instrumental to the discovery of the shoemaker Levy nine comet which struck Jupiter in one thousand nine hundred four one of the comments co-discoverers was Eugene's wife and fellow scientist Carolyn shoemaker cumulatively, gene. And Caroline discovered. One thousand one hundred twenty five asteroids and thirty two comments, but on July eighteenth, nineteen Ninety-seven. The couple was involved in a tragic car accident though Caroline survived. Gene was killed. The very next day shoemakers former student Carolyn Porco, devised a fitting tribute, a planetary scientist at the university of Arizona Porco learned that her mentor was going to be cremated. So she spearheaded an effort to put an ounce. That's twenty eight grams of his ashes aboard NASA lunar prospector spacecraft the cost of sending things into space can run into the hundreds of thousands of dollars per pound in terms of time and energy and research. And so although physically small that single ounce is a huge tribute polycarbonate earn capsule was built by Celestis these same company that sent ashes of Star Trek creator, gene Roddenberry into orbit wrapped around shoemakers. Capsule was a brass foil ribbon bearing a picture of the Barringer crater and thematic quote from Romeo and Juliet. And when he shall die take him in cut him out in little stars. And he will make the face of heaven so fine that all the world will be in love with night and pay no worship to the garish sun. With the precious cargo in tow, the spacecraft launched at Cape Canaveral Florida on January sixth nineteen ninety eight more than a year later the vessel whose objective had been to hunt for water with deliberately crashed near the lunar. South pole shoemaker's ashes went down with it. Celestis hopes to enter other human remains on the moon at some point. But for the moment, she maker has the place to himself Carolyn shoemaker said in the nineteen ninety eight press release it brings a little closure in a way to our feelings. We will always know that when we look the moon. The gene is there. Today's episode was written by Mark man, Cini and produced by Tyler clang brain. Steph is a production of iheartradio's how stuff works for more in this lots of other unearthly, topics. Visit our home planet has works dot com and for more podcasts. Right. Heart radio is the iheartradio app. Apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by the new Capital One saver card. Earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment two percent at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you can cash in what's in your wallet.
"cini" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"If I stayed in a row, you know, I'm giving up a lot of me Johnson wants to be able to chat with folks around the association. But the thing that's the absolute stunner other than the quitting in and of itself. And the timing of it is that nobody knew ESPN senior writer Ramona Shelburne that is the hardest for me to process is the fact that magic did not talk to anybody not talk around. I did not talk to anyone in new organization. I spoke to one of his closest friends, and they had not talking to not spoke to this person. So this is not something that was brewing for a long time wasn't my carefully. Consider. This was something he said in his thought about a lot on the plane. Then again this morning. He just kinda did it and. Can you all of her family has spoken to a couple of their family already? Like, they're all just kind of processing what happened one person. I spoke to organization with tears. I mean, they were really bad passage because he's so beloved he is so part of their family and come there happen. Like, this is really stunning. And I wasn't there in nineteen Ninety-one retired and also hastily assembled and easily done. But people do that people the right people knew before that happened and the right people didn't know before he did this today, and they're all they're all still prophesying it, you know, four hours ago, we were talking about what was going on with Luke Walton tomorrow. I don't know that we're even having that conversation anymore right now who's in charge. And this was you know for somebody who's been close to this for. For a decade. Plus, it took a lot for genius to make the decision to fire. Her brother at Mitch check a couple of years ago. It was a giant move for her to do that. Because it was going against what her dad had set up and her dad said sort of on his deathbed that his dream was for magic and to run the Lakers together. So this was if you were going to go again, no setting up. Jim BUSTER run it alongside of your sister. This was the next best thing. Now boy. You don't have either of those. And I think ultimately we'll get to find out what kind of owner. She is now because there's not a going back to Laker. Great. There's not a leading on what her dad would have done or what her dad had set up this week, what Cini bus fare younger brothers and her sister janey decide to do going forward. Because the the first guy they turned to Magic Johnson was like an older brother team bus for most of her adult life. He just quit..
"cini" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"If you're listening on AMA twenty stay tuned for Joe Frank for the rest of tonight here in our area. Partly cloudy skies, low thirty one degrees, wind chills between twenty and twenty five very windy tonight. Gus up to forty eight miles an hour. It's eleven pm. This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. This music is a collaboration between the South Africa, Taurus guide buttery and the Franco Italian singer and songwriter Pierce Cini guys piece called the upper reaches and it comes from one of his records. In fact, his twenty sixteen record which is otherwise untitled despite being his sixth record guy is an occasional visitor to the United States. And this is one of those occasions guy buttery is going to play for us on tonight's edition of new sounds. I'm John Shafer. Let's get things started though with this excerpt from his recording a somewhat unusual recording. Because it features lots of other musicians coming and going like vocalist Pierce that genie. Dear. South African guitarist and.
Was Earth's Oldest Rock Found on the Moon?
"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listen ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Bogle bomb here on February six nineteen seventy-one. Be late astronaut Alan Shepard the commander of NASA's. Apollo fourteen mission was taking a walk on the moon. He and fellow space traveler, Edgar Mitchell were out gathering rocks around a depression called cone crater to quote shepherd himself. Many of these were hand sized grab samples, but the pair took home some larger mementos to one basketball sized rock collected by Shepard earned itself. A nickname big Bertha officially known as lunar sample one four three two one big Bertha weighs about nineteen pounds. That's nine kilograms making it the largest rock that Apollo fourteen brought back to earth and the third largest collected by any of the Apollo missions. Although shepherd found big Bertha on the moon that may not be where it story began. The rock is a Brescia a hodgepodge of geologic fragments called clasps which are held together by cement like mix. A newly published hype. Office says that part of big Bertha formed billions of years ago right here on planet earth. In fact, despite the lunar connection this could represent the oldest earth rock ever discovered. Big Bertha's origins were the focus of a study that was published in January in the journal earth and planetary science letters the paper's authors include an international team of geo. Scientists who looked the moon rocks procured by Apollo fourteen including lunar sample, one four three two one for the most part the classes on this famous Brescia are dark gray. But there's also a lightly colored one that catches the eye. It's made a fell site a kind of all Cannock rock that contains the minerals feld Spar end quartz. The light grade class which is two centimeters that's point seven inches across is loaded with tiny zircon crystals as well many cons contain vital information about what the environment was like when and where they formed close inspection of zircon and big Bertha's light. Patch showed that the crystals were produced by cool oxygen, rich magma. Yet molten rock of the sort doesn't exist anywhere near the moon's surface defined some you'd need to travel more than one hundred miles. That's one hundred sixty two kilometers below the surface of the moon where Shepard and Mitchell found big Bertha. So how did these cons and the class? They belong to end up on the surface of violent impact was probably involved when a meteorite or asteroids smacks into a planet or moon, it can transport material that's buried deep under the crest up to the surface. And as noted earlier big Bertha was found near an impact crater. So case closed, right? Well, maybe not cone crater and expanse measuring about two hundred and fifty feet that seventy six meters. Deep and a thousand feet or three hundred and four meters wide was created roughly twenty six million years ago. Scientists thinks that the violent episode that left this depression behind would have failed to dredge up geologic material lying more than forty five miles or seventy two kilometers underneath the moon. A big Bertha's fell site classed. Could have originated deepen a lunar magma pocket. But it doesn't seem likely. The study authors think different scenario is way, more plausible around twelve miles or nineteen kilometers blow planet earth surface. There's a supply of cool oxidized magma. This is exactly the kind of raw material that probably made his cons on big Bertha's light patch. And by the way, they're con crystals. Have a helpful habit of preserving uranium isotopes? Those can be used for radio metric dating a process that tells us the fell site classed is four point zero to four point one billion years old, but both of these clues together and a potential timeline of events emerges. According to the policies championed in the study, some of that cool oxidized magma lying deep under earth's continental crust hardened into this class between four point zero and four point one billion years ago. We know that our planet was besieged by meteorites in those days a process that by the way created a lot of old Granitz. Repeat impacts would have driven the class ever closer to the surface until finally a projectile hit the earth with enough force to launch the fell site clear out into space. It's estimated that four billion years ago. Our moon was around three times closer to earth than it is right now, the far flung class might have bridged the gap and settled on the moon, but around that time meteorites from space also harassed the moon and approximately three point nine billion years ago. One of these impacts could partially melted. The class and driven it under the lunar surface where it merged with other classes and became part of Brescia then twenty six million years ago, the asteroid strike that gave birth to the cone crater could set big Bertha free propelling it to the spot where Alan shepherd came and grabbed it up one historic day in nineteen seventy-one if the fell site class really did have terrestrial origin. Then ironically enough, it might be the oldest known rock from planet earth. There's a four point zero three billion year. Old rock from Canada's Northwest. Territories that's comparable in age and over in Quebec, the greenstone belt is at least three point nine billion years old out in the Jack hills of Western Australia. Scientists have located circum- that formed roughly four point three seven billion years ago, but these crystals seemingly detached from their original rocks at some point big Bertha's fell site, classed and zircon seemed to have formed simultaneously. This episode was written by Mark van Cini and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other far flung topics. Visit our home planet. Testif- works dot com. This is April and Cassidy, we're the host of the podcast dressed the history of fashion and this season, we traveled throughout history and around the world to bring you more of the fascinating stories from behind the clothes. We wear we traveled a central Asia tiller all about the resist dyeing technique known as e Kat and to Paris to learn all about the legacy of Christian Dior. We also spore the history of a whole host of topics from plus size fashion or the clothing choices of colts listening to subscribe on apple podcasts or the iheartradio app or wherever else you get your podcast.
"cini" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Right direction. I think very important. The second part of your question around, sensitivities and uncertainty. So I think one of the messages, and it's a pretty obvious message. But sometimes it's useful Justice state, the obvious. This is a time of quite considerable uncertainty about one of the most important issues. The most important issue facing this economy facing households facing businesses a medium-term issue. It's important that parliament gets it. Right. And they're taking the time to do that. That uncertainty is affecting the economy at present. We see it across the board in businesses. We're starting to see it creep into the housing market were seated household spending, but that is a short term effect, which doesn't tell us a lot about where the economy is going. The key thing about where the economy is going is going to be the nature of the agreement. One of the most important influences is going to be the nature of the agreement and the time it takes to get what we have done in. This forecast is recognize the intensification of uncertainty. The bigger impact uncertainties having on those spending decisions, and we have. Projected out projected it to last a little longer than we previously had expected so recognition that not everything may be tied up in a nice package by the end of March. And there may still be some uncertainty about the ultimate direction or the perceptions. And this is as importantly perceptions of households and businesses about the ultimate direction that is affecting the economy. So that's why there's upside here, and I would stress that there's upside if if there's clarity on the deal sooner. And we know the direction we're headed sooner. And there's a smooth transition to that destination. And just to give an illustration of that we provided a sensitivity where uncertainty goes down. We would expect the economy to pick up even more than in this forecast. And then we would adjust. We would have just policy accordingly. Chris Charles on the financial times governor in the forecast has a one in four chance of a recession by the summer. How do you think those odds would change if there was no deal and our markets and households taking sufficient note of the risks at the moment. Well, as I say to Dr Cini. Households businesses increasingly taking. Into account the uncertainty.
"cini" Discussed on KOMO
"Has passed and we can't go back. Can't it. Best. We can do is try to save everybody else from similar fates. Judge sentenced gentry more than twenty years in prison. Deputies are waiting for blood test to show of the driver that caused a deadly crash in Sumner. Tuesday night was under the influence sixty five year old Margo Garcia Savater died in the crash deputies say a driver rear ended her car and pushed into another car with two teenagers inside Rebecca hunt says she drove up to the horrific crash scene and immediately jumped into perform CPR, let's just say this lady God help me. Got me save this lady. So betas husband is in the hospital in serious condition. The sheriff's department says the two teenagers will be okay. The driver who caused the crash could face killer homicide and assault charges. Some big sports news the Seattle reign FC moving to Tacoma. A women's soccer team is leaving Seattle and headed to Cini stadium. Seattle reign CEO said he's sad to leave Seattle, but very excited about the move, in fact, Meghan repeat, no forward. So the rain said that everybody is on board. But it was the mayor of Tacoma who made the big announcement. It is my pleasure to announce that here in the great city of Tacoma Cini stadium will now be the new home for the rain FC genuinely are just so excited for this move. I think we see the huge upside potential that this can offer our club, and everyone is really thrilled. But now, the rain is late and sales memorial stadium. And one of the other things that repeat o- mentioned was that there are no concessions there. And that would not be the case here. Komo's Michelle Esteban. Another big announcement. The Sounders minor league team is changing its name to the Tacoma defiance. The new team name reflects one of the city's biggest attractions, of course, point defiance and the ship on their primary logo is modeled after the US point defiance. Komo news time five ten that brings us to the Harley exterior sports desk. Tom hutler is here. Good morning. Good morning. For the huskies montlake, none shone brighter than this guy. Dickerson..
"cini" Discussed on WTVN
"Months. They take it a pick you up. Unmarked FBI building. Downtown Washington, southeast Washington. The opposed room. Oh, sitting on the other side, they take away your cell phone. Any products special prosecutor, sixty nine FBI cruising, Tony gave McRae and hours and hours and hours wrote a book, let's say hate me fulfill about I wrote a book called silent. Right now on e-p-o-c-h on audio book. And I said you can also be I never this hour's this book explaining what a horror show. A criminal day one building they're gonna put you in prison for the rest of your life. I'm seventy two years old. I wanted to cooperate with them. A games about computers. I gave them my thoughts. I gave them my cell phone. I signed over Email accounts. I hide and treating me and my family as criminals. You know, Dr Corsi if anyone would be quizzed by people was the main guy doing the questioning the that the Andrew Weissmann character. No. Special. Prosecutors Cini who is a Turkey for Hillary Clinton Clinton foundation. Attorney worked for clothing Clinton on the emails errands, Alinsky prosecutor with Rosenstein and another one and.
"cini" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Began to finally be telecast that way was new programming. Many people might remember the big brother. Bob Emery show. Oh, yeah. Surprise package. Boop town are believing world community auditions as well as many sports shows, but it was also the home of WBZ radio. And I think in some ways WBZ. Radio ten thirty as well as WBZ channel four news is something a lot of ways you began to realize that it was once owned by Westinghouse broadcasting and CBS radio. But today I had media had once had that building. So today, it's something that a lot of ways that has been somewhat changed in its facade, but the trees cells still grace soldiers field road, but you begin to realize that was one of the many institutions and adjacent job was the Boston skating club, initially, it was brick and kind of institution looking and then the after picture they painted it white. Yes, made it look a lot nicer. And I'm I'm guessing they're added onto it as well. But again that was the photograph from EBay, and I I have to tell you EBay is a wonderful source for many of the photographs that I acquire many people. Them. Of course, I had abandoned Eddie neary who's for mosh 'field originally from Brighton who load many transportation photograph says did Frank Cini. But there were various people that looked at this in some ways as again, a major chronically of this series that will be through time already begun.
A Simple Favor, Review
"The other new movie is a simple favor in this caught your attention with Anna Kendrick on big fan of antics as single mommy who has a video log and becomes fascinated with Blake, lively, and I am fan of Blake lively. She reminds me of the young Joan Crawford. No sure. She is. She is. And she is this tough mom who's ultra rich and suddenly disappears. And so Anna decides to find out what's happened. And it's very interesting to watch. I like Anna Kendrick a lot. She's kind of of channeling, Tina Fey in this and Blake lively, you know is very interesting. The opposite of lady Gaga, bright, Blake, lively is just so beautiful to watch on screen right the, you know, in that traditional way. And for the end, the last act is turns into gone girl. Yeah, that's sort of what I was hearing about. This is it is the journey worth it though for you? You know, I wouldn't say I didn't enjoy it. I enjoyed it, I, but then by the time they get to the end of we're all kind of tired and they're trying to wrap it up and the end kind of fizzles out. Yeah, that's that's this appointing. So I'm mixed. I'm mixed on. I'm more I'm more positively mixed on a simple favor than I will white boy, Rick. I just was I just felt like wasted my time.