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"cintra" Discussed on Behind The Scenes: Stranger Things 3
"Garrelt. Kind of in a flippant way says I claim the tradition as you have the lower surprise. Give me that. which Jordan have? But I don't believe in destiny anyway and in this moment Peta begins vomiting and we realized that pathetic is pregnant with Siri. Fuck and this is how Siri becomes tied to Garold so facility. She is technically destined for Garrelt but there are a lot of choices she makes that allow to come to fruition. Now to be clear guarantees series destiny. Denise not her feet it's only because she decides to fight for her own survival tap into her deepest self and channel her powers that she reaches Garrelt it was this series determination her choices that fray really connected with while portraying this character we hold a lot of value for a voice and we both feel that. It's really important to utilize that and I feel like she very much sees it as its power. She has a she. She feels power in her voice and choice. And I'm very much the same. I think that is something that belongs to me. I can decide. I can choose where my life life is going to go and she she throughout the season has a lot of people constantly telling her what she shouldn't shouldn't do what she's going to become Limitations are but ultimately she becomes the dictator of her own future because she values that what I love about her character her probably more than anything is her strength. And I don't mean about picking up swords and hurting people. What I mean is her ability to pick herself self up and keep walking and persevering and knowing that she has to survive that if she if she wants to live she has to keep going? Syrian garrelt are brought together by third instance of the law surprise in the season. Finale see realizes she used her powers and killed her friends who were attacking in her. She's eventually taken by woman. The wife of a merchant guild sees a merchant from a bunch of goals. This is of course the same merchant. He offers girl the law surprise without knowing that his wife just took in a girl finally Syrian Gerald meet in the woods provide fight test narrow ars find each other. It was the only seen that fray and Henry Cavill who played Gerald had together it was really nice getting actually worked with Henry because everyone had been asking me off so was it like working with handrails. I I haven't I haven't worked with them at all. The scene is just two minutes long but the cast and crew knew they needed it to be perfect. We shot over three the days because for some reason they kept scheduling at the wrong time they kept scheduling it like in the evening and it was and it would get dog and they below us to dog. It happened once and then the next day happened again I was like have they not learnt that this time gets dog at the time. I was kind of like this is a little bit irritating now. Because we've kind of shot this twice still haven't gone or whatever the silver lining to all. This is that it allowed Henry and Freya to rehearse this seen in television and film taking the time to block out of scene run through. It really isn't the norm anymore to being able to sneak in some rehearsal. Time was there's a nice bonus but that also meant that fray was running a lot like several takes every day for three days so so you know Henry Amazing at the gym and everything and I am not. I don't ex- very much. I probably we did most of my exercise on the show. 'cause I did so much running but yes so we had to do this like sort of running running towards him and because we we obviously did quite love takes I was kind of like I get to my my. I'd be like Oh God. This is kind of embarrassing. Like he goes to the gym. And and there's me who's run like a few meters of crap I was like I'm going to need to up my game for season. Two with season two officially announced in the works. They're certainly going to be more running for Siri. Syrian Garrett's timelines have conversion to one. So it's just a matter of time before Jennifer Vanderberg joins them uh NFL. And now we've run as far as we're going to go. We have reached the conclusion of behind the scenes of the witcher. We WanNA thank you for checking in with us this season and we really hope you've enjoyed our trip. Through the portal and into the fantasy world of the continent learning more about Carol Jennifer and Siri in spending time with the amazing creators and crew that adapted and brought the witcher to your screens behind the scenes. The witcher was produced by net flicks and Pineapple Street studios are executive producers. Are Max Linski. Genoa's Berman in Raven. Our senior producer is Berry Finkel and our associate producer Sir. Melissa slaughter editing by Jonathan mini-van Hannes Brown is our engineer. extraordinaire production help from Elaine Schwartz. Special thanks to Luke Seraphin tervell Reagan Max Mills in Nicholas Zuber. And I'm your host Brandon Jenkins makes you rate and review and subscribe for the next season. We'll be diving into another fantastic netflix series.
"cintra" Discussed on Behind The Scenes: Stranger Things 3
"Stuck out to Freya in episode seven. She goes out of control and she wakes up and she has very brutally Italy killed the horse and her old friends and I think I mean imagine killing people without meaning to has siri feel about these inherited powers because one doesn't seem like she knows where they come from reading that she too. They are paired with these sort of Traumatic traumatic experiences right. So like is confused about these things. Is it frightening. Yeah I think it's far more traumatic thing than odds cool look me of powers how is like. I don't think that's running through it. I think it's partly paired with the fact that she's overwhelmed because there's so much she doesn't know about she's a grandmother is just said. Oh you know find guarantee reveal who the hell is Gerald orig- never heard of him so in that moment I think she's kind of like has anyone told me about. This has my whole life in a lie. It's the kind of moment that makes you want to screen. You ought to do this without you. must go your what I love about when they come out when she's in kind of most need of them you you know that is the time when she really needs something else. She's lost everybody. She's lost her grandmother. She's lost Mouse Zack. WHO's like Kabibi? Says she's lost her night. Who's like older brother? She's lost every Gaudy and everyone who was looking out for everyone who was his closest They are gone and so now she has to find this kind of strength within And it comes out as this huge Powell that she didn't know she has said it's almost like that's that sort of protector. When no one else is there any more in with her newfound ability? Siri is officially a girl. On the run another classic fantasy move so we did tap into that trope which is the young woman woman with a lot of power but who doesn't quite know her place yet but actually think we complicated that trump a lot. Because what we're doing there is breaking coming down her preconceptions of what this world is and we're having her learn a lot and you know if if you ask for Allen who portrays Siri she will tell you that. She spent a lot of the season running through woods from other things she is. She is officially a girl on the run toward the end. She's running towards something something not away from something else which is also a good shift for her with Siri now living as a fugitive fray AL is no longer wearing beautiful. Dresses meant for Princess. So now she's got to wear something much more discreet and low key as Novartis taking over Central Queen. Calamity make sure Siri had just the thing Laszlo Laszlo bring her cook that blue cloak with the draping who'd diamond the First Army Story. Wow It's beautiful and as beautiful fool but I mean when you see after the fifth month wearing it six months seven months. You're like I can't wait to get rid of it go I guess more more tatty and muddy as foaming what along besides that huge hood she can pull over her head. Siri also tries to conceal her identity by putting a bunch of mud. Modern traditionally pristine ash. Blond hair like might my head because it was at been Bleached they had to kind of keep re dying because they so much mud eighteen it that it would change the color of it. That's how much money they were. Putting in. It was makeup hair and makeup artist. chiller Blake Horvath again. It's powder which we mix with the water but it has pigments in it so if she puts it on then you know her hair can catch the brown or red or whatever repayment that have in the smart so we had to try on on real hairpieces how that mud will effect the her hair color like would come in the morning and all it was was like that's purple underwrote and make you look like you haven't slept for weeks that's just make you look awful. Cover your hair Erin. Mud At this point on her exhausting quest Siri. No she's gotta find girl to review and that she is being hunted by some milk guard guy and a feathered black helmet. But she doesn't know who either of them are or what any of this is happening or where her powers are coming from or why she even has them and then an episode four we find out. I love origin stories and specifically for Siri they were very important to me. Lorne in the right is developed series origin story from RDC Khaki Short story a question of price district takes place before Syria was born in the show. We traveled back in time to see series grandmother Queen Colony during a big party to determine who will be a worthy suitor to marry her daughter series eventual mother their a key moments in our lives that make us who we are and those are the key moments that I wanna see for our characters for Siri. That key moment comes down to four words. It's the law of surprise. Don't make me explain the law of surprise. Sorry Lauren we gotta do it. In the world of the witcher. The law of surprises in ancient vow. That is taken very very seriously if you who if you save someone's life that person and his then indebted to you if they do not have the money to pay you at the time they can offer you something called the law of surprise instead and basically the law surprise means that you will get the first thing that they find that their homes that they didn't know existed so it's got a lot of parameters in it so let's say to people apple meet one of them. Saves the others live. The one whose life was saved is indebted goes home and finds that in his absence A new calf has been born to their cow or suddenly. There's a new crop of grain that they weren't expecting then. All of that grain is going to be packaged up and given to that other person or DECAF will be given to the person who saved their lives. It's basically one huge gamble. You could end up with a puppy or a great big bag of gold or you could. It ended up with something a little more unexpected. What we see happen most often and when the law of surprise really becomes interesting is when a character character goes home and finds that they have a child that they didn't know they had in this case that their their wife is pregnant and and gives birth shortly after they get home? Aw Series destiny is determined by three claims of the law surprise. The first comes from her father Dooney. He's cursed night with the face of a porcupine Duni says that when he saved the life of his father he was thanked with the gift of the law of surprise so now all these years later doing he's like listen. I have the right to marry queen calamities daughter. I come to claim what is rightfully mine. By the law of surprise the second claim comes from Gerald after full on brawl abroad which starts because queen is feeling the reality of her daughter marrying a human porcupine Kalani slanty orders her guards to kill him and orders Garrelt to help kill him and garrels concede that Dooney is actually cursed. He's not a monster. And thus he refuses to kill him and girl Gerald jumps into the fray and ends up protecting Jimmy Classic girl and then after prevented declares her love for Dooney Queen. Calama yourself tries to assassinate him and what this causes is pathetic to scream and at first she just sounds like like a woman who is watching the love of her life about to die but her scream actually propels an energetic force through the central Great Hall and begins a cyclone. It's a it's a really incredible sequence. I was there for the filming of that and it was. It was quite something. Oh my gosh got so. That was amazing so that was tricky. So that whole sequence was much more sort of actioning fun and very fantastical Alex Garcia Lopez directed episodes three and four. As he mentioned in our last episode. He likes to shoot wet with lots of sweat in real elements he didn't want visual effects. Ages come in. CGI The entire thing. He wanted to create a real psycho on his set. So in order to do that got some fans. These huge fans do about five six industrial fans pitch fans and again. What I wanted to do was was bringing a lemon of of physicality would it was crazy? We shot with Real L.. Impractical dust practical dust. It's a kind of prop dust that was blowing around the room that the actress could react to in real time we had about. Maybe maybe eight nine people from the art department throw in Debris of asleep plastic for health and safety issues. But you know throw in chairs helmets knives James Chicken wings beer bottles you name it. They were just basically throwing all sorts of crap between the camera and the actors. And it's not just the episode's main actors remember. This is all going down in a huge party that escalated into a big fight which means is seen as lots of background actors are on set to. I think it was like two hundred background and like fifty or sixty stunts. This is chilling again. She at least twenty five makeup and hair people on set offer this one scene. They have to get all the ladies. Update is right for the party which takes longtime and then also got to work on all these stunt guys who need to be fighting from sixty stuns forty of them had modern haircuts haircuts. Because they're not doing only richer they're going to another show and then another show so probably fifty of them was wearing wakes which then and have to look like. They've been through a cyclone halfway through the scene. That was probably the hardest part time wise work wise for Alex. All of this was worth it. It's a key moment in the series that he wanted to make sure felt real and gritty. But I really wanted the actors to feel the the cyclone on And they had a great time that a you know a lot of fun with it eventually after the cyclone dissipates cooler heads prevail in Kalindi grants permission for Profeta data to WED Dooney. Destiny has struck once again. dooney absolutely insist on repaying Jarrell for protecting him during the melee.
"cintra" Discussed on Behind The Scenes: Stranger Things 3
"Welcome to the third and final episode behind the scenes of the witcher. I'm your host Brandon Jenkins. Today were following princess. Siri taking a look at our character shaped in the writer's room how Freya brought her to life life with Siri means to the continent and of course how it all ties to destiny. So this is behind the scenes the witcher episode three Sorolla. Willa the line Komo's center with theory. We had to cost sixteen year old go who had lost her parents and was living with her grandmother and then lost her grandmother in brutal 'til circumstances. This right here is the witch's casting director so fiala imagine trying to find a sixteen year old girl that can portray that with real feeling and really take you on that journey with her one of the first big shifts that the writers made when adapting Siri from RDC Caskey's books was to make her older but just by a few years ears but that presented a challenge for sophie she had defined a teenager who could capture both at innocence and depth. which she saw and Freya Allen? I just remember she was burying these like these blue bell button jeans. You know what I'm talking about in this Teasha and she looked so small and so vulnerable and we also do this scene where she was saying goodbye to her grandma who's just about to die and it was so moving but so small and natural that that just broke a hot and I was like that Seagal I wanNA follow for Lauren historic which is writer show runner and executive producer. Siri was much more than in just a young princess. Siri functions as the is the Lens through which we see the continent because she walks through at the beginning from a very naive and innocent recent place but through her we actually get to see just how brutal the continent is will lawrence. Getting at is just how important serious for the show's world building which is a sizeable task. You can't introduce an audience to a super complex world with fifteen different kingdoms. Each of them have their own agendas. You can't do that all in episode one you would lose people really fast. So instead of a survey of the entire continent. The writers decided to start a bit smaller with Carrollton blava. Ken and Syrian Central. We learn all about Centra through Siri. Because the kingdom's history their battles victories and defeats there. Her family's history to she the needs to understand the way of things not fall because we are not under attack. She's a child. Hugh on your first battling hotchkiss when when you're my age. The ballot pretty bad. It's passed in this scene series talking with her step grandfather King iced and in her grandmother Queen Calamity a warrior Queen who reigns over the important political region. Centra is the jewel of the continent and so when we were designing it was based on a palace called Casa in France which is basically a walled palace within city walls highly fortified modern for its time and in the heart of the Palace King and Queen sit on their throne is the Great Hall of Central. I guess it was one of those moments. Where as a writer you type Interior Central Great Hall and you say it's you know the most beautiful ballroom in the world and then you keep typing and someone created the most beautiful ballroom in the world that someone is none other than production designer Andrew Laws when we started with the Great Hall of Centra and just Cintra? In general the idea was to create an Elise Elise eum basically the paradise and that was really about looking at central Through the innocence of series upbringing and her perception not a childlike perception but just simply her perception her childhood and what Cintra has been to her. Because that's really really how we introduce it. We start very much on the ground with Siri. Remember she was literally on the ground playing knuckle bones or would you might know his jacks rex and then we see your cracking jokes about the game with King iced or Queen Philanthropy leading ceremony. At least you didn't Shit your the family. Is it too much that you exercise not come into series. Young innocent is the hall. Regal Regal ingrained. The Central Great Hall was was essentially designed like a throne room would be designed to create a sense of all and grandeur so that anyone arriving from another kingdom would feel small in the environment compared to the royalty. They're approaching. There are times where I would walk onto sets or walk onto locations. That were chosen or see costumes that I would actually get tears in my eyes and the Great Hall of central was one if those wow it was so big bigger than I could have imagined. We joked about having witcher themed weddings in it. So beautiful no detail left behind the doors were twenty feet high. Who's actually quite a feat of engineering to get those doors hung and the idea being that anybody that walks through those doors is going to is gonNA feel small while buildings helped to establish this massive environment would really makes the kingdom? Is the people. Take a look at Syria in the city's inhabitants. Their hair their clothes all of it is quintessentially central in this world of the castle people for example example Upper class but not royalty this is chiller Blakemore van head of hair and makeup department. They have beautiful hair. They do wear your hair accessories. But not as I wouldn't say flashy but more gold stones in it which gives you the the idea of how Ridge they are and then the village people are religious. People the costumes hair is more simple. And they don't wear really hair accessories part from like piece of fabric they put in their braids and stuff oviously royalties royalty L. D.. So you can go as far as you want. Despite series status as royalty Chile wanted to avoid drowning her jewelry in nate decorations centers. AESTHETIC DOC is much more medieval gothic. I and he did some research for a younger person. In that period like this medieval period how a princess insist would wear her hair in certain situations like series up to hairstyle in the first episode. It's beautiful intricate. But I'm not over. The top Chila says series look was pretty simple. The most significant thing we had to do it was the hair color. She was blonde anyways but we he had to. It was a more golden hair color rather than the Ashton hair so we colored her hair. Four Times I think before we got to the final caller yet was a weird look as well because I had like bleached eyebrows. This this is active. Freya Alan again and it was bizarre. Spent Spacey Seven Months Looking a bit like a kind of Alien Elf creature going out in the streets. I think people were a bit like He. That's an interesting. Look one of the more complicated elements of series look is her bewitching. Green is almost as iconic is guilty yellow ones and real life. If I got a set of striking blue eyes so chill. It took a great deal of care. Funding her gist. The right color context where we had to do like. I don't know the three four versions of green. We so her mom in a flashback sequence. Her I color was much brighter. Green in series father. Father do any. He's got Brown eyes. So chiller wanted series. Our Code will be some compromise of that combination series. I color we wanted to be. He like a softer green. Like if you look at her. It's still something you know you. You just stay on and there for a while that that. Oh that's an interesting eye color but not as obvious as the MOMS I color was the truth about series. Birth parents isn't revealed until the fourth with episode with these. Greenish Brown. Is there are subtle clue that there's more to Siri than we initially. No and she doesn't stay an innocent pretty little princess for very long in many ways. Siri anchors season in the witches non linear storytelling. Her timelines serves. The present perspective helps us learn about the continent continent the whole world of the witcher and for Freya series understanding is constantly changing. I think she definitely recognizes that. She is clearly really more privileged than a lot of people who live in Sintra and she's bright. She's intelligent she can see that and I think the her she thinks that when she she goes out and plays the boys and she's playing nocco she thinks this is the real world and then I go back to being princess and so those are the two worlds to hub but actually she doesn't realize that there's a formal brutal and horrific world beyond the walls of Centra in the very first episode. We see the slaughter of Sintra. The soldiers have no car come charging in a storm of murder and destruction eventually taking over the castle in murdering series grandmother and step grandfather in the process says series family for the last time. And then it's the flea the only home she's ever known a home she was loved and protect as has. All of this is happening. She sent on a quest. I I do think that there's an element of her being innocent and wide eyed the beginning. But I do believe that strict picked from her really quickly. Lauren says sure series three leans on a lot of familiar fantasy tropes. She's a wide eyed innocent person being sent on a quest the learning the writers wanted to subvert those tropes as well the way Andreessen cousy did in his stories take series Banshee like screaming a young person with a great untapped power. That's classic fantasy right there. That's like Luke skywalker but here in the witcher. If feels much much.
"cintra" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
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"cintra" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Wrap up some thoughts on bathroom design between big and small bathrooms. I'm gonna tackle one subject where the rule applies across the board here, and it's actually a question I get asked so often, and that is, what are the rules for the size of tiles in a bathroom. And I'm just going to tell you, there are none. There aren't there really aren't there are no universal tile, size rules, and don't let anybody ever tell you different. I have seen massive bathrooms where we have used small, mosaic tiles across the entire floor, and they looked awesome. I've also seen big bathrooms where definitely doesn't work and I've seen small bathrooms, especially now with Cintra porcelain slabs, very strong of very thin slabs of porcelain that replicate, natural stone, marbles, things like that. Where if you've got a bathroom, where the floor space is. Let's say, you know, five by eight or. Or so we can put a single slab one tile on the entire floor, in which there are no grout lines. No seems whatsoever. And it can look awesome. But there is a general principle in that is there's a line, usually on both ends of the spectrum for any given space that shouldn't be crossed. And so as you're planning, again, remember that diamond that I talked about the very beginning of the show in the initial stages play with, it be open to anything a big tile, a small tile combination of tiles, but just be be cognizant of the fact that there's probably a line, there's probably a tile that gets too small for the bathroom space that you're trying to put together, whether it's the floor or the walls, and there's probably a tiled that gets too big, whether it's a large or small bathroom, but play, please remember the diamond of the creative process on the first half of it options, are opening before you more. And more possibilities. That's where you take risks. That's where you throw in every idea possible into the barrel. That's when you start to play, and then when you reach the point of kind of saturation, then you start editing. And, and narrowing until things come all the way down to the very end and boom. The design is locked, okay? Solid advice, my friend. It's all I'm saying, hey, if you haven't had enough of this weekend, already remember every Wednesday morning from nine thirty to ten it's handle in the house, whisper, I'm hanging out with Bill Handel. Gary and Shannon DIY Fridays at eleven thirty on Friday, late mornings, and of course, our new Showtime, which is sort of not so new now because it's been several weeks. But every Saturday morning, we're also.
"cintra" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"That's weird that like you guys were straight up actors. Yeah. Doing that thing. But all this stuff that you know, really a lot of people in comedy come from was happening. I mean, you see was happening. But you got you guys didn't even deal with that world. That's why when I saw the show. So I one of them must be from that. Right. But you're not right is that's a rare thing. I think well I felt like under a rock in the dark with all of that. Like, I didn't. I never really knew about a lot of that stuff to be totally honest, which I know sounds ridiculous was working restaurants a lot, and it was really busy and just trying to like do it. You weren't you weren't. You did not you weren't seeking to become now. That way we were actors in theater. Oh fell at times. I don't want to speak for you Bill out of place because and that's why found the experimental world was because you could because comedy and sadness for a lot of it was together can play weird characters. And that was fine. My I like agent meeting I said to her, you know, I can play men I can play women all ages, and she was like by because that's not what right traditional, and I don't know what to do if you. That's too much. And that there was room for that an experimental theater. You could do all that, you know? So we need that. And she's so funny. And so I was like I want to make something with you. That's funny because we are acted on with our humor. Yeah. But that's like this is kind of kind of like informing as I'm sitting here. What makes this show different from so many vehicles created by sketch performance is that your instinct is really never to go broad, right? So you're not doing things for the laugh in the same way, a sketch performer who is trained in improvising characters and would do it with Cintra, which makes it more authentic, which has something do because you guys are are real actors to a degree the way you approach these roles, and why it sort of seem was is because you're acting the emotions and your. Not trying to be comic character. Yeah. I think that was probably a misconception that I had about like UCB an improv was and why it gave me anxiety to join. That was because I was like I.
"cintra" Discussed on Bad Science
"Do they come and say, this is exactly what I want or or, you know, do you is that what part of what makes you so good that you, you know, have a them sort of creative input or control into into these futile shots. There's not a single answer to that. And working for different people is a completely different experience from one to the other. What I do bring in that. I I think that has to do with my my upbringing, I was I was raised in Mexico with a huge amount of versity that somehow I overcome and and I learned to see the world from down up, then I moved to the US. And and I understand how the world is seeing down from here in right? So that gave me a very important inside of how to go about understanding things and presenting things being I come from a place. At a school of culture, that's of color that is extremely visual that. Through and and I bring all dance through to the work that I do feature documentary better. I bring that that I have that way to imprint that and they'll throw used to say that I bring like protein to the shot bring what propane propane, okay? So the the way to go about an in deciding what shots and to do it Cintra Tiffany is that I I have like it's part of my way of thinking in experiencing, then is is that I have language embedded. So I don't see jobs a stinger things. I see them points of connectivity with the Knicks one in the next one of their many filmmakers that just do a lot of coverage on a lot of shots in the assemble of the scene is done in literal where the NFL fix things from forty different. Sources educated the finger anguish forces you to think more on the set and see how you're building the scene. Whatever dramatic moments that had to be connected. In for that you'd have to descend shots at that is the same language. So we have to see a shot that takes you from here to there than Dane is going to cut to the next shot that you're the sign is going to go and do this and do that a centrists will suddenly you have some sort of a mini symphony of shots, but they're all integrate. They're not just put it there. Part of that they become that the NA the scene you will need all those shots to build a scene in that some directors some filmmaker some editor sober all clashes with everybody that are used to do things in a different way. Which is nothing is not the one thing. That's better than though one is wrong and this right? But this is the way that I see it in. And that is the kind of I'm in Dala G and purpose that I that I bring to the table when I'm at work awesome. And so I have so many questions to ask you. I know we only have you for a limited amount of time. Can I just get you here to verbally agree to work on? Any project that I'm a part of where you just say. Yes to that. You mean what you mean that you're part of it? Yeah. You know, if I want to do a short, film or a minute or something automatically sign on and help out. Absolutely. Okay. Great. Great. Okay. So I have that on record. That's nice. And then you're gonna but then on the other token, then when you are doing podcasts that I'm interested in then I can jump into oh, no bleed that you have a revolving door. There's an open door policy here for you. Because you know, I think that this is a new narrative that it's making headway and a brilliant way. Because you know, what happened is that people stopped reading, right. Is that is a tremendous horrible truth. Yeah. Yeah. I agree with that wholeheartedly. What about films like like have you seen lately any any films that you'd recommend something that you were into? I I know this doesn't really have to do with anything. I'm just more curious. I just I'm just getting out of a situation of watching all the movies for the for the award season..
"cintra" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
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"cintra" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Because I I'm like I've got to put her either put her on windows, ten on old machine or get a new PC and is going to windows ten on. What if you just put Winston on there and didn't tell her what she noticed? Yeah. Notice. That's actually the problem. Right. So Mary Jo jokes or is telling the truth, I guess about not seeing like subtle UI changes transparencies and stuff like that windows. Ten is not like that. You know, when you go from windows, seven to windows ten it's obvious. You know, windows, ten as I what I feel is kind of a modern flat. You I. But whatever my opinions of it. It is actually completely different from windows. Seven could use. Okay. Looking so good. You say, hey, they got we got a cosmetic update. Everything's everything's in the same place. Yeah. If you did start search today. I mean, this is something that's work since. I don't remember, maybe maybe windows XP, but you could you can hit the start button to open the start menu start typing. And you're searching, you know, it looks a little different right? But it works. It's the same. I mean, it's the same action. If so if you have that muscle memory of that still works. I mean, that's useful. Yeah. I'm I'm already starting to puzzle over. Lennox look in DC, I know mom. Really the logo. It's browser. And if she's using Rome already. She's not she's not though, I tried to get home. But no explorer. Look if if someone is doing everything on the web and Email browsing whatever I mean. Yeah. Obviously, a Chromebook could make some sense. But I don't think there's the profit will be talked about this before, you know, the problem with the windows user base. The problem with you people now is that it's so diverse, right? And everyone has that one thing, you know, we all have these crazy the goofy app. Just talked about my father who for some reason feels the need to share photo slide shows with PowerPoint for some you know, he just that's how his brain. Thanks. You know? And it's yeah, he's broken Fisher. But, but the, you know, the thing is if he opens his computer doesn't apart when he wouldn't even he wouldn't even know where to start. That's happened is Cintra actually kind of interesting is we're in. Modern era. People don't want to go, and that's fine. If you're talking about toasters and cars. But when you're talking about internet connected devices, it's a new it's you can't do that. As a new world. I just also like a we have a syndrome had don't we like, you know, windows is really complex. It just has these the MAC is too. I mean, really I mean. From a different age. Yeah. There's a lot of complexity to a lot of things she a lot of switches, you can make changes and stuff. And I think you know, Microsoft has failed at this. But they've tried to bring these mobile user interfaces to the desktop apples working on doing that with ipad apps chrome OS doing it obviously with Android apps. You know, there's this in Microsoft is working on this thing that may or may not come to fruition which is a Chromebook like, oh S, obviously windows is underneath. But the the user experience is going to be simpler. And I do think that's the way forward, but we have to, you know, this this this gap. We have to get across first. And there are a lot of people kicking screaming. I was talking to a guy on Twitter today. It was like why does it Microsoft or somebody make a little pocket-sized, tap windows tablet? I can put my pocket, and it's like well because the market for that is you. There are seven people. He's like, no. You don't understand? I don't want a phone like, I really want this thing. I'm like, no. I do understand the only one. Literally. I mean, like the reason this doesn't exist this because people have made pocket computers knowing bottom, right? There's a lot of reasons for that part of it's the user experience, you know, windows doesn't make a ton of sense on a small screen. And so that's something Microsoft's working on..
"cintra" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast
"And then the Netherlands what is the name Cintra class. Yes. And I did not know this. But in another Lynn's Cintra close has a helper. Yes. That comes out during the holidays, and that is black Pete. Is that is black Pete's. Yeah. I agree with Heidi. And I say this like, so what's the word like? Not very confidently just because my dad is much like Heidi's had my desk. And I didn't know if you knew any about any of this. I did not did not know about black pe-, but maybe that was swept under the rug. Exactly. And I actually learned about this a couple of years ago. Okay. I used to go to a store, and I seen it, and I seen that all over social media. And then I had to go ask my grandma. So in Holland, you would call your grandma or even like German is actually it's an buff or grandma and grandpa, and my almo- was telling me about it. And I was like why would you be we'll do this. But I'll tell you about like Pete real quick you Hellberg. Okay. So black Pete is a controversial figure, and he is like the the side kick like the helper of central clause. But some of the reason people gain upset is because people will dress up as these holiday characters and a lot of times that means that for like your Christmas parade someone is basically in black face. Yeah. To rep Ray black Pete's. Yeah. And I think like I don't know all of the deep traditions of black Pete. But it kind of like it's an old like he's Santa's helper. And he like goes along with him and helps them as he goes delivering gifts and things like that. Which like I get that. It's like an old story. So I'm like, okay. Like black pe- like that's like a part of your culture, like the Dutch culture. So I'm like, all right. That's kind of weird. But okay. Yeah. But then to go where now we have people in black face in parades. To celebrate this. Characters kinda off not PC culture anymore character. I feel a little weird about yet as well. You should because it is. It is very I'm gonna say is racist as miss it is because black Pete. They I know the story because I asked my grandma, and she did flat out tell me, she's like my grandma is from the Netherlands. She has an her accent is as thick as my Grandpa's was. But she flat out said like when they say, oh black is his helper. He helped deliver the toys on his stuff. And then they would say, oh, he he's just black because the soot from the chimneys down like Santa Claus, isn't exactly. And then my grandma was like, no that was his little slave helper. Grandma. Yeah. You know, grandma's? They don't the older generation. They say what they say. And with no remorse. You like it is what it is. Like you could change about it now. And if you know anything about history, you know, that a lot of slavery did start from the Dutch people move on. So it does. I mean, you can sugar coat it all you want. But black faces still what it is. Yeah. I feel like I like address that part of culture, you know, like, okay. That's a store. You had that's part of like your history. And like, all right. But if we're not even going to like acknowledge that and say outright what's going on. And then do black face. Yeah. That's a bit strange, especially because we can't maybe change the story. Right. We can change what's going on now. Right. And that's what I feel like that. I see a lot is you know, they're defending their history. And I fully understand that. Because I saw this a lot on social media for the past few years. On the holiday season and everything in the comments and people defending their history and their culture, which I understand. But you're denying the fact about what it is. Right. Fully. You're just saying this is what it no. We all know what it is. No matter how you sugar coat it. So yes, acknowledged effect. But you don't have to continue to portray that. Right. So like have your son to clause or however, you guys say Klaus center class inter class? Yeah. That's fine. But you don't have to continue an old tradition. That does not, you know, it's just it's just you don't have to do that. Right. Yeah. And I think we're not alone..
"cintra" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"A price issue with Cintra Venus stuff. So for some people the oral is the best alternative. Okay. Thanks for that good question. Eight seven seven seventy six eight to five five for. Live calls. Okay. Let's revisit vitamin d because we know vitamin d is great importance when recently. Interview. Dr John canal, who is the godfather of vitamin d research is head of the vitamin d research council, a worthy organization gets the word out about vitamin d and it's really been life changing for so many individuals who became aware that just, you know, taking a multivitamin or vitamin d four hundred international units isn't gonna do the trick. Especially if you're challenged with a health condition. An autoimmune condition cancer a brain disorder, cardiovascular disease. It goes far beyond just supporting bone health. So. This item has to do with MCI mild cognitive impairment had also Alzheimer's disease. And it's a fascinating study. Because what they found is that there is a direct correlation between blood levels of twenty five hundred zero vitamin d. And. Cognitive scores in patients with MCI in Alzheimer's disease. The the higher the level of vitamin d. The lower the likelihood of mild cognitive impairment, and Alzheimer's disease. Alzheimer's disease was divided into three stages. Mild moderate and severe and the more severe was the lower vitamin d. So the researchers conclude that and this when researchers actually say that. You might want to consider taking a vitamin. That's a big concession. They say that vitamin d levels could be biomarkers for prediction and diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment, various stages of Alzheimer's disease, and the results support the utility of vitamin d supplementation in Alzheimer's disease therapy regimen. So anyone with memory problems, certainly with dementia should be supplementing aggressively with vitamin d and make sure you get your levels checked. Also, this one that I think what am I good colleagues Dr geo Espinosa who's a? Naturopathic urologist, specializing in naturopathic and natural support for prostate cancer. For calling this article to my attention. Circulating vitamin d levels and mortality in prostate cancer patients. Will turns out there is what's called a dose response relationship. Another words the higher your vitamin d. The lower your risk of dying of prostate cancer. And this is a meta-analysis. They looked at a variety of studies. Comprising nearly eight thousand individuals. The results indicated that higher vitamin d levels could reduce the risk of death among prostate cancer patients. Now, getting ready to say vitamin d is some alternate panacea or that. Self is going to prevent dying of prostate cancer. But your likelihood of dying from prostate cancer. Is dramatically reduced when you have adequate levels of vitamin d. And this may actually speak to kind of a conundrum which is. That African American individuals males. Of course, have a much higher incidence of prostate cancer. They also are known to have much lower levels of vitamin d. Partially because it got dark already. You're not gonna spend a lot of time tanning yourself. Plus it takes longer to make vitamin d when you have darker skin dark skin irritation a living at the equator and folks living in Stockholm Winnipeg or Boston or Seattle. If they're African American. They're going to have low levels of vitamin d. Visit a vitamin d. Deficiency is epidemic among African Americans. And so two is prostate cancer. So fascinating studies verifying the importance.
"cintra" Discussed on Founders Talk
"And I found that a struggle, I'm sure like some of my reports don't get as much time as they need to like, help them grow, but I think they still do a really good job. But in general, the like whenever had to go through performance reviews or God forbid employees sort of needs to be better. Like those are like the worst situations for me. I just I like I don't like that conflict. I've gotten better about dealing with that. I think I think I'm fairly good at it. He says, but I still don't enjoy it. Is. But the next big question for you is, is what you fear most as the Linke you know, obviously you're in the role you are, you know what you've done in terms of inter capital raising, you know the milestones, you know the next mouse and you have to get to to raise more money if if you decide to or event to become self sufficient, as we talked about. I don't even know where to plant this question, but you may know because you'll just probably instinctively have a place to plan it, but what is your biggest fear CO today tomorrow year from now? Where do you place this this question? Yeah, I'll think about every day is sort of not losing. Like I say, you have a reason to show up to work and mine is always to like, be the best with whatever we decide to do. And so my fear would just be like, you know, we build new products or something. We just like we can't win against the competition. 'cause then like what we are businesses going to succeed at that point. And I think about that in every little thing we do like, how do we make sure this is the best version of it? Like, how do we make sure like we, we literally measure ourselves by how we stack up against all of our competitors. And that's like sort of people in our direct space, which is like air tracking which we perform exceedingly well against like, we, we generally don't lose against a competitor anymore in that space. So we consider ourselves doing great there, right? That's how we measure it. And then we sort of. Measure future against the wider like like application monitoring space, which is like New Relic and whatnot, and we actually lose quite often if like we're going up against New Relic and you know they already relic, right? They'd be like, well route, sort of does what you do to, why should we pay for you, even though it's a completely different product. And that to me is like we have to get over that hurdle. And when I think most about and I, it's not like a serious here, but it's the thing that I think most about in biggest risk I think is like we have to be able to get past that hurdle, but I'm like, you know, going back to being very naive. I'm very confident to some that to degree of arrogance that like these are not that hard to pass. It doesn't mean I know the easiest way to get there, but I certainly believe we can do it, but that that is where a lot of my my thought process goes into that can I can air again's or maybe even somebody thinking they're against, because when I do any of these things like Instagram or string funders. Hours or skills like one of my top skills like visionary and selfish, always always in the top two, either flip or they're always in the top two. So for me, I kind of maybe placed on us. Well, it seems because you see very visionary seem for yourself Issur. That's not really arrogance that just just confidence. You know, I need to have that. Uh-huh. I think earlier in my career was arrogance and much more these days. It's it's, I'm sure we can go a little deeper on some of these subjects. Let's close the show like this. What's the everything super-secret that's not out there. No one knows about it. It's coming up. Maybe you can tease it drop landing page, whatever. I don't. I don't know what you got, but is there anything happening in the near future Cintra so goal focused that we can t up today? You're for the listeners either as a CEO as the business or or new product? Yeah, up on product is ultimately, that's all I care about. So interesting..
"cintra" Discussed on KGO 810
"Voice on the west so. This is, from Florida. Of course it is it's. A city council meeting I guess it's the mayor speaking to this city Commissioner So we don't know what my tax return. Says there did you look. At my, form one. Form why don't you put. The public quest or just go online because it's online And How much or see where my earned income came from last year Was it giving my sneaker bleached is that what I am I am for Okay that? Would be you and your family business congratulations Cintra bleaching is a very up and coming. Business Wait, a minute wait I. Need. To check carefully Yup but now hurt everything Yup That is. A, final box that is the. Thing, I actually know a. Person Who what receiving or. Giving has done has had that done great Scott I. Don't know if they still get a dumb wow I stopped while ago I wanna. Get. Into You want to get into it? I I'm aware of what it is. And why it exists so, this was the what and why there was rather, hilarious, reference to it once. On the family guy Yes Tell, me Yes exactly When that. Will happen so what was he trying? To, say well she evidently was questioning where his money, comes from and whether he was a man of honor and he decided the time was ripe to to do out her as. A sprinter Bleacher because they run. A spa and that's one of the things they. May do, I mean does that make you not a legitimate anything or I don't quite get his. An insult. It's, odd I get insulted hilarious the spa cells skin bleaching creams certainly she's she said this is a very degrading she also said it's been an. Extremely difficult twenty four hours one spent without sleep. Is I, know this type of behaviors epidemic in how lyndale calling peo- out for their the town. In Florida The fact that I had to endure this humiliation. Tactic in front, of, a silent room, full, of, at. Least, sixty, people you, haven't had any sleep in. Twenty four hours because of that she's tough enough to impugn. The entire field of Amos beautification I mean it's just it's just rude while we're on the subject of sprinters years is too tight Lighten up a little bit Oh wow if I clip again because it's kind of subtle with, with every. Fiber. Of me I do yeah so we don't know. What, my tax return says do did you look? At my form one form why don't you put the public to? Quest or just go online because it's online and how much or see where my earned income came from last year Was it getting my splinter bleached is that what I Why would someone Let you and. Your. Family business congratulations Cintra bleaching very up, and coming business what a weird shot either. Your Don here either. Cheating on your taxes you're not the fact, that her business includes. That perhaps what's it, got to do with. Anything it's worth bringing up let me ask? You, this would. Be, thorough are. We talking about his taxes right now no we're not no. 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"cintra" Discussed on The Skylines Podcast
"Mainly just think he's an he's, he's an interesting, an interesting vigor, but sadly not off you tomorrow, so. So who who is on the shortlist you'd go Andrew buff who's a member of the grid? London authority who I think is probably he, he's, he's made the shortlist the number of times, but never actually got that close because he's fundamentally not bigger figure, but he's like, I think he's quite credible. I mean, is I mean he definitely could do it right. I mean, re reading his kinda went through this, the policy statements of the free on the shortlist and the thing about Botha's. He's clearly his trying to come. Up with solutions to the problems that London faces, but they have very, obviously, Tori flavor. Let the lowest stuff in there right crime talking about transports like he, he, he is kind of engaged with the issues, but who so recognizably Torey which is rarity. I think. Hsun bailey. I kind of think if Sean Bailey was going to happen, he would have happened by now will is that thing with any of tooled up rising star after while their failure to rise does become indicative itself. So so Sean Bailey is. He was account. He's now Jalen members while I think, but he was a counselor in west London bar Kensington. I think how much Smith ref was the PPC in Hammersmith and twenty ten back Hammersmith was considered a marginal see, but I think he might, I think is is ward as a counselor Kennedy Cintra members to commit Granville as a big thing. But he's a black. British guy grew up. One of his stays in north Kensington was talked up literature decade ago as in the Cameroons, the new faces conservative party and then has failed to get elected to parliament twice..
"cintra" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"What the. Meaning of the. Word is This anything How do? We play is? This anything I got a couple of stories in front, of, me big Jim going to run them. By you what is your job? To inform not, only me but all, of Indianapolis whether this story is anything. Or not, all right something worthy of our attention or if it's nothing we start, with this is this anything the mayor of having, Dale Beach Florida got into a heated argument with a city Commissioner during a public meeting and claim that her family makes its money from Spink terribly ching Let me say that again in case you didn't hear me said that out loud Spink, derby aging the commissioners mother apparently owns a spa were, they sell skin bleaching products but we don't know. If they actually performs think bleaching so you don't? Know what my tax return says there did you look at my form one form why don't you put in the public records request or just go online because it's. Online and see how much, or see where my earned income came from last year Was it getting my sneaker bleached Okay You and your family. Business Relations Cintra bleaching. Is a very funny business This, is the part of the show everyone. Nigel Mike Pence used to work here He used to sit in that very seat and. The thing is these are two politicians arguing. In, a public forum with each other As well it's like these From a. WalMart and beach An elected official arguing with the city Commissioner Is that a thing? Bleaching your your your private area like that I haven't had the procedure done just play the kind of play the middle start in the middle there. Again with these two arguing, with, each other was, it getting much sneaker bleach Okay now that'd be. You and your family business congratulations Cintra bleaching very up and coming. Business Smuggling ching is a very No this guy whoever this Florida mayor is he had that one locked and ready to. 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About politics, last week the known, to happen sure well then one of them drove to the other guy's house and shot him in the ENA Another great another story on this show that hovers around the the the buttocks Okay it's not clear what they were fighting, about or which side they support but they knew each other outside of Facebook the shooter. Turned himself. In and as facing charges of aggravated battery with a, deadly weapon Yeah social media is driving us all, mad it's driving insane these guys are really this is why I don't argue on social media you want to argue with us on this show. I know you like to go after it. On your personal page but like I like. It when people call in to to have a face to, face or, at least a. Voice to voice conversation about. It and this is what happens on, social media, you think you keep one up. Each other he keep sending out, little means and links to articles, and oh yeah we'll take this. I. Can send a link I can send me. And then buy you know some. People just there boiling point and. If, you know each other you know where this guy lives you. Could easily look it up sure so, he's, gonna show up with a gun it's, been known to have candy the first time this has happened look I like to argue. With people on social media are pal. Dan dockage likes to argue with people. Tony. Katz argues with people on social media but none of us have decided, I have to shoot that person in the, butt crack no one has made that executive decision that's just a crazy person doing something Crazy Spirited debate on politics is. Fine Uh-huh. Busy this weekend or next weekend or the weekend after I bet we can get. Her all. Right before we go to the news with STAN, Lear. Tammy, look the hammer and Nigel. Show so we're to red bought American men and we didn't know that fainter bleaching was a. Thing can you? Confirm I can. Confirm I personally do not do, it but my best friend. Does what's your? Name No it's, okay we don't we don't. Eat her name People. 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"cintra" Discussed on Fear Based Life
"So i'm gonna minute thing is like cintra didn't talk about food we'll get a little light here i've been making crock pot lentil stew and then yeah oh yeah for lunch and it's very filling what about being in chile oh love me some big problem is beans do give me a little bit more action event yeah sometimes i want at work i don't mind it to be it's not like there's like some there's definite movement it's very like rama or and so like lentils i don't it's a little bit chiller yeah i'm not gonna lie you need some beano before you eat the intially yeah like it's like i prefer having that at night so like while i'm asleep or well or i like wake up and go to the bathroom but like it's definitely like vegan chile has its own its own world i'm gonna try that windfall oh yeah no seriously if you go on pinter's which is my new favorite thing in the world pinterest and you just type in like lentil soup or lentil stews get ready and it's so easy literally easiest thing in the world i'm going to do it i love crock pot recipes and it's like twenty degrees today those perfect jesus oh god yeah i was on the east coast for that bomb cyclone no thank you i mean i don't mind a little bit but that was a lot and i was like in georgia and it was freezing i was in georgia and it was freezing i mean it gets cold down in the south i think people think it doesn't if they're like it's hotlanta i'm like yeah it has seasons.
"cintra" Discussed on Fresh Air
"And there's more yes the third component was let's make gold out of base metals it sounds like a joke but actually you can do it it it has been done glenn seaborg who was the chairman of the aci actually did it a few years later after operation goldman had been kind of quietly shut down you can take something like biz myth in very very thin foil and and bombarded with a proton beamed displaced the electrons and what's leftover is gold however seaboard calculated that to create golden this method would cost approximately one quadrille ian dollars per house uh and so as a as a economically viable system it it didn't work but again the shows the desperation of a high highplaced officials i mean this this was approved by the president this was of this was driven jutta treasury secretary jitters lbj eugene rosto as his a esteemed uh a undersecretary of treasury who who later was the dean of yet lost school these were highly respectable powerful people who were driven to what seems today kind of bike madness because of the cintra centrality of gold to the international monetary system we're speaking with james ledbetter he is the editor of inc magazine his new book about gold and its impact on us history culture and monetary policy is called one nation under gold we'll continue our conversation after the break this is fresh air hate it skyros here if you love this podcast you might also love the ted radio our it's a show about what it means to be a human we grieve we experienced joy sadness love and jealousy we could be cruel and empathize ache we have the capacity to imagine the future and the past and at a time when it seems were so divided the ted radio our explores what makes us unique among all species find it on apple podcasts the npr one app or however you get your pat guests this is fresher if you're just joining us we're speaking with james ledbetter he is the editor of inc magazine his new book is one nation under gold one precious metal has dominated the american imagination for four centuries.