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"claud" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

02:30 min | 3 months ago

"claud" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

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"claud" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

02:04 min | 3 months ago

"claud" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Wrong. You you're kind of required to close by for the first like ten days so for the first ten days my mom and i i rented this house like Sort of in the mountains. And i really enjoyed the isolation and then after about two weeks. Sounds like we've got to go like this is too much. We have to see other people like it was just like t much isolation but i think i healed really well for the first couple of weeks because of that and how how does it feel you know sort of seeing people after or how did it feel seeing people after that especially because it happened sort of off in a different place than seeing friends You know with this like new confidence or new bod or new way that you're wearing clothes you know how. How does that feel. It was good like my friends. Were i would like consistently facetime my friends and be like look at my nipples. Look in as i think. They'd kind of new to expected by the time new to expect. By the time they saw me again but Yeah it was. It was fun it was really fun. I still like time. I like go to see a friend or like go out in public. I'm like does what you know. You feeling some confidence will in now. I'm even thinking a little bit more about what you're talking about by getting warm new york because i would imagine that that also has like that. That's a huge part of this. Because if you're if you've had you know this change in your body and then it's been like a new york winter. That's very different than a new york. Summer where i think just like speaking. Generally we see a little bit more of each other's bods so hurry going into that on good like the other like the other day. I went to my friend's roof.

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"claud" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

03:20 min | 3 months ago

"claud" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"More queer people or trans people. And so i wanted to move to new york city and As soon as i did. I really felt like so much more comfortable with myself. And just like there was an an anonymity to it. That allowed me to. I think just like figure out stuff about myself. That i could that i don't think i could have syracuse because i knew everyone everyone knew me you know. Yeah actually. I do know what you're talking about Especially i mean bend syracuse by camera with the actual city is like but like i'm just gonna assume they're like a ton of people with green hair like in syracuse. Yeah there are and yeah. I understand what you're talking about in terms of this sort of gift blending. I'm actually having the opposite experience right now. After a long time. I during the pandemic i moved like i live actually not in los angeles proper right now levin pasadena at the base of the angeles national forest. Which is this huge national forest I love two blocks from a mountain. Like there's road ends into a mountain. That's it's so cool and like really different than anywhere. Like i grew up in the suburbs and then i moved to boston to go to school and i was like aunt living on campus and then i was living in the like most punk rock area and then i was living like in chicago and then i was living in like the most punk rock in chicago and then i was living in l. a. the most popular punk rock place in la like just everything was very loud. Green hair was not nobody. Yeah nobody notices like. I had some pretty extreme haircuts. Not that you're. I mean i had i had like extreme haircuts and like nobody seemed to notice An i'm just having the alec forgot what this. I'm very glad to have the piece of where i live right now. I like really needed it in. Mus like especially when things were so stressful. Because i just thought. I was like living in a living in an apartment and they were replacing a water main on my street so the entire street was had been removed and i answered drive across inedible drawbridge that the workers would put down so that i could drive into the lake parking area for my apartment. And then also i lived on the path of the where the lapd parks their helicopters and downtown and this is also during lake all of the black lives matter protests which i was going to but then lake could not come home from rally which was for a lot of people because the helicopters were flying super-low over and circling over.

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"claud" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

02:58 min | 3 months ago

"claud" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"A little more i think i like made more friends and more people wanted to come to my shows and stuff. What were you like. That wasn't very cool or you. Like nice cool. I mean. I don't know i wasn't really so show leg. I had like an awkward haircut. She sh- i like i don't know yeah. I mean that sounds very positive that you've had an outlet then for your free feelings and for your experiences if if socializing was was not that outlet. Yeah i feel really lucky. I think like it was definitely the only way like writing. Songs is the only way like processed things. I really to that. Why i started telling jokes because i was like unable to have those conversations elsewhere so it was really easy to start. There is at the vibe. That's the yeah you yeah and has that changed. Is it easier for you these days. Yes or no like sometimes i think i'm just like an incredible communicator and then realized that i'm not at all and I definitely like channel a lot of energy into like the songs i write and then i'm like well i told somebody so they don't tell you i say loud but it wasn't to your face. When does it become clear in. you said. Sometimes you feel like you're a great communicators that like is there are there. Particular areas of focus like Dating relationships are like Friendship relationships are family or is there is there. Are there areas where it's easier areas weren't difficult. Do you notice that. Yeah one hundred percent it also depends on the person like if they're gonna make you feel comfortable and if they can like take it i guess or if there if they can yeah it usually depends on like they can make you feel comfortable saying what you need to but i thought it was so funny because like i don't remember why my dad originally told me this but at some point after like left the house and moved to new york or something he was like. If there's anything. I can teach you that. Communication is key. You have to over communicate. Communication is the most important thing baba blah. And i was like. Yeah you're right. Like i'm going to be a good communicator. Like a year later. I realized that my dad was like the most awful communicator and i was like what if i learned like in what way like because he. Ill never like oh. I don't wanna put my dad on blast book is it like emotional stuff is it that is like just generally and you can also say you. Don't answer that yeah. I think it's just with everything like even sure. Everything's.

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"claud" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

04:14 min | 3 months ago

"claud" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Not really doing anything creative. Did you play soccer in college. Earn high school. Yeah put something. That was a big high school jock. Why did you earn high school. No i didn't. I wasn't like a sports gay at all. Yeah i was. I've played soccer basketball swimming world. I'll also say that. I wasn't i'm like i'm like athletic. Sort of i guess naturally but not good And i definitely was like the comic relief of all of those teams. When i like work out the only way i can get through it is to be like is to make jokes so it by like working out with my friends. They get so annoyed with me. Thanks like i just make jokes about it. I just can't get through because it's so difficult. They hate working out. Yeah i think that my teammates thought it was fun. But i think my coaches thought that they wanted to kill me and interacting at all practices when so when you were when you were really young person making music. We're you still it. Was this something you were sharing with friends like. What did that look like what was the. What was your setup. Where were you recording these things. You're putting on soundcloud. I loved to play shows like from the start. I think i really liked like there was a bowling alley in my town and i would which is where. It was like a suburb of chicago. Wait we're what suburb highland park. Know it. I'm from western springs which is near hints deal. Oh okay which is also in the suburbs of chicago. Island park is north suburb. And i'm from the straight up western suburbs. Yeah western suburb. Blake what bullying. It was called the alley. Nope never been there. Yeah it was just like half plays you have been. That's so wild. Yeah my sisters to work there really. You know you never know what you're okay. So you're going you're playing the alli mia. I would play at the alley. And i would just play with my acoustic guitar. And like all the really loud like bowling pins just like drown out the whole show. Only god this. Actually i would friends come see you. Yeah friends would come see me. I like this is. My first boyfriend was in a band that would play shows opening for this band at the time was like the biggest scott band in chicago. This is h. I am there. Were there was a big band. Those lucky boys confusion and my boyfriend's band would open for them and always at all ages venues point those shows and i will say my experience of being just near that band. I thought that was very fucking cool. I thought that was the coolest so your experience of being the band. Was that how. How did how did how did that. Feel only in high school. I don't think anybody thought it was really cool. I wasn't like super cool. I don't know. And i when i say my friends came like two friends would come like i had two friends and they would they would come to all all my shows which was really nice with them but they would also drive me and like they lived around the corner. So but yeah. I don't know it was. It was fun. My parents were always like front ro- like really excited but The i don't think it got cool until i was. I wasn't very cool in high school. But once i like maybe like under found myself.

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"claud" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

05:28 min | 3 months ago

"claud" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Back at added first and and yeah got to stay up there and pretend like it's going well so that the freak out they don't want to think it's going badly then you lose them but anyway back in like january. I like. i woke up in the middle of the night. I couldn't sleep. And i was like i'm riding Standup said i have to write the stand up set. Alright i wrote like a whole stand upset just like on my notes app and like it started with me imitating jerry seinfeld so you know it was not cutting edge stuff really regional Yeah that's my experience. No so bad. So i tried running by my grandma. She didn't think it was funny. That is not the audience to start with you. Give a grams last. That's with your tested stuff. Yeah yeah yeah okay. Yeah try someone else. Yeah you gotta run up by somebody else. Does it feel disappointing. Because you said i may never tour on this record but like you know that's alright or whatever. Is that really all right. Because i feel like how does that actually feel. I mean it would be a bummer. Because it would mean like state of the virus pretty bad but i do have tours planned in the fall and i've seen been seeing a lot of artists like announced shows in the fall. And me too. Yes and so now. I'm like kay gotta rehearse the album now like i think it actually might happen but that was sort of my mentality. When i decided to release the record in february was okay. Sort of just have to be okay with this being like maybe not like getting the full promotion it guts because of a pandemic and and and i just have to be okay with that. I guess but. I don't know it looks like waring's going to happen. This is like not an annoying question. it might rain. Righty how old are you. I'm twenty two. Yeah that's that makes sense kind of where. I would feel like sixteen. No i just. I wouldn't i would never do. I would never do you like that. Sixteen absolutely not but i would. I was just at twenty three. So yeah ooh that real next year. Twenty two and talk to me a little bit about your you know in music. Twenty two could be an h. Somebody starts it could be ten years after somebody picked up their first instrument So where where is this for you in your life i started. I started playing music. I've been playing music since middle school. I think ever since. I like had my first crush on somebody you know and then we always that related. Hang on a sign. Yeah Do you have those lyrics of that song. I have this like old song book. It's like turquoise songbook and the first fees ever wrote we're in there. I think the song was called like falling for you or something on my god. Did this person here it. No i think my whole family was like this is great. Never play this of this molly kamov. I don't know. But yeah. I don't know and then i would put stuff on soundcloud in high school and then take it down so i got nervous. I started like really releasing music my freshman year of college so when i was like and then i dropped out at college. I mean i think that's i think it was interesting about that is interesting about that. But something that i'm thinking about is sort of ben. True as long as music has been as long as human beings have been playing music. There's people that started young and people that were writing young. But i but obviously the internet makes it changes things a little bit because there is a way to distribute that music lake. I mean you're not. You're neither mozart like playing in some random room for whoever happens to be there. Nori like waiting for the record deal in order to be able to get In order for people to be able to listen. So i'm thinking about you know the that you're talking about an actually having people that i didn't know my thoughts and that just that sounds that's so different than my experience because i was Who's doing lake at the time that you were putting stuff on soundcloud and then taking it down. I was like on the soccer team and.

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"claud" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

01:57 min | 3 months ago

"claud" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"I always have guests introduce themselves. Would you introduce yourself. Yeah hi. I'm claude musician. Yeah that's all. I know about myself but it is. It is that the. that's actually. Yeah there's a lot there's a lot to learn that's exciting. I like to you know leave. It open ended here. Here's looking good. Thank you so is yours. Oh my god thank you. I just went swimming in now. I have that wet boy. Look but everybody's trying to get jealous. I wanna go swimming. Oh it's a you know. There's a local y. Near i live. And i go for early morning. Lap swims with like People that are like in their eighties and me and the nice secretly racism matt this before you came on i secretly. There's always like one pretty good swimmer. Who definitely swim in college or something. And i tracked them under the water and secretly raced them. They don't they definitely know. I'm doing this. But that's my that's my current lifestyle is swimming amidst the that's gonna be right like still like eighty like up in the morning like still in the world is not sound like a dream. Yeah that's like oh you know when you're like walking down the street in some the someone's walking in front of you and it's not like they're walking to slow but you wanna pass them now. I have to like a really fast walk at least a block otherwise talk.

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Interview With Musician, Claud

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Interview With Musician, Claud

"I always have guests introduce themselves. Would you introduce yourself. Yeah hi. I'm claude musician. Yeah that's all. I know about myself but it is. It is that the. that's actually. Yeah there's a lot there's a lot to learn that's exciting. I like to you know leave. It open ended here. Here's looking good. Thank you so is yours. Oh my god thank you. I just went swimming in now. I have that wet boy. Look but everybody's trying to get jealous. I wanna go swimming. Oh it's a you know. There's a local y. Near i live. And i go for early morning. Lap swims with like People that are like in their eighties and me and the nice secretly racism matt this before you came on i secretly. There's always like one pretty good swimmer. Who definitely swim in college or something. And i tracked them under the water and secretly raced them. They don't they definitely know. I'm doing this. But that's my that's my current lifestyle is swimming amidst the that's gonna be right like still like eighty like up in the morning like still in the world is not sound like a dream. Yeah that's like oh you know when you're like walking down the street in some the someone's walking in front of you and it's not like they're walking to slow but you wanna pass them now. I have to like a really fast walk at least a block otherwise talk.

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"claud" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

02:17 min | 5 months ago

"claud" Discussed on Daily Detroit

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"claud" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

04:42 min | 5 months ago

"claud" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"So that we can get these things on the agenda a number of people. I've talked to involved in. The solar industry feel like there are also barriers in lansing for the adoption of independent solar situations. Or you know all of that kind of rooftop. Solar things like that. The legal framework leans towards the utilities. Greatly you kind of have any light to shed on that. Yeah definitely a lotta work through our work for me. To e campaign was focused on vincent. The michigan public service commission to reject energies. I r. p. which is integrated resource plan. And it's a fifteen year plan that details they're often have a plan on distributing energy their pricing. And all of that stuff. One of the things that we noticed was that most of us are just not aware of the political barriers in the lobbying desperate laying on behind the scenes in so we were able to capture about three thousand signatures support of the rejection of ifp in the emission. Public service mission didn't fall out rejected it however they did a lot of this stuff and they open up the door conversation. They've been meeting with us regularly and they've been floating us. Conversations about video solar so. Those barriers are not anything that we can't contest with. The fact remains that they are still there in that. There is a norm for legislators. Just have a go along with the status quo of accepting ditty energy as being the expert in this struggle. So let's talk about this upcoming season. What specifically in two thousand twenty one are you excited about. An up to as far as projects re anson on doing some solar stars more over at harker village our also going to do some solar of sauce over at we want green to which is on each side. And then we also have our solar boat purchase program through emory a where. We're going to put some panels on more than thirty homes. These panels will be purchased. This house community. There are definitely a lot of hand holding the a part of that program android cited that the today show is also going to be featuring us and i should be completed around june twenty six. Oh that's awesome so these are projects that are in the grounder on houses that are actually getting done which is just great to hear. How can people get involved. They want to support what you're doing financially etc re pretty much have secured fundraise in big in did everything to do to go ahead and get those programs off the brow but to be honest our members have continuously asks us. Most of our members are Parker's in they're asking us to do a city wide scale project and for that project would need roughly ten million dollars through individual donations grants and we wanna to go ahead and cover. The one thousand street lights never made that each repossess as soon as possible. A while so the idea is that this would do the city. Yeah that's all. I would like to have a national model for energy resilience energy sovereignty and in order to do that. We definitely need some money behind that the determination of the people in community the hard workers of solitaire staff are gracious. Donors are definitely behind that vision and we know we can do it. It just need a little well. I know that there are a lot of people interested in things that are green renewable as well as community owning community focused jamaica nichols thank you so much for your time on daily detroit People want to know more. Where can they visit you on the web wall. Sarah thanks for having me. Thanks for listening and you can always contact us through our website which is wwe debt. So they're already dot com in solidarity spelled s. o. u. l. a. r. d. a. r. I t. y you can also contact me through email. And we us on our facebook page and i will make sure to put a link to all that in the show. Notes should make again. Thank you so much for your time today. A quick word to thank a business supporter. We give local businesses and organizations the chance to become members and support show in return for a shout out and today it's john over. At tri fusion marketing dot com fusion.

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"claud" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

05:54 min | 11 months ago

"claud" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Trying to explain to them like megachurches and just like nobody knew or like wanted to gossip with me and it was really really hard. And i needed you there. I'm sorry but that's why we have this. Yes okay. I have to apologize again because the next story is going to break you down. I know what it is and just want you to be very delicate delicate in delivering. Because this is not my day bachelor nations derek path is engaged to saffron bad her after finally years of realizing that claudia ashtray is married. She's going to stay married and that they have no actual future together so he has decided to move on with someone else. You know what what makes this so painful. Just really thought he would wait for me forever. You know yeah i mean. You can't expect that from someone though it's unreasonable. I know that but it doesn't make it any less painful. Yes the bachelorette and bachelor in paradise alum proposed to his girlfriend model saffron that her on november eighth he posted an instagram video of her showing off her new sparkling ring. He also tweeted. She said yes while neither have said anything further about their engagement. The wishes of poured in for the reality star and the british vogue cover girl. That must hurt. No what makes it all the more painful is that. She's dislike beautiful sunny stunning woman and like she seems to be like you know cosmopolitan and educated. Like there's literally nothing to say about. And i want to. Yeah and that's really the hardest part. Yeah well she looks like you. So i you know what i actually agree but like you know way more beautiful. But it's time will your feelings aside. I'm really happy for me to someone who has been the franchise for a really long time. And that's when you see someone true colors. And i think that he is a precious gem. He's always been a good guy he's always been very nice and i'm very happy for him even like on all of his stints in the shows like all you could tell his intentions were pure and like all he wanted was love and i'm so glad that he found that me too. I agree like he's time after time eventually like you see people are like whether it's on paradise or and i just felt like every time he was being sent home. Brokenhearted i think joe joe santa mome really prematurely. I was really shocked. Then and got caught up in this. Tation demi whatever situation whereas like he just couldn't get his couldn't land on his feet and now i feel like he has a nice future with a nice girl and i really am like really really happy for him. I had i was going to take him like congrats. It honestly felt weird because like do is like joke..

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"claud" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

04:49 min | 11 months ago

"claud" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Good morning millennials. Welcome to the morning toast. Welcome welcome welcome. Welcome welcome welcome welcome. Welcome welcome welcome to the morning toes on bum. You know it's going to be a good show. kick off with that jingle. yes i mean. It is an unseasonably warm day here in new york and it's very confusing for the wardrobe and for the swamp it's just not ideal but yet here. We are monday coming off a big weekend. Me and ben. We're in a taxi and people started screaming. And when you live in new york you've learned to just like ignore that's just a part of the and the light he will just yell especially in the past eight months. It's been tough time for new york people just screaming about shit so i didn't think anything of it but then it really started honking. Everyone like what is going on. I check my phone. And i forget i think it was like pop crave like a really twitter account said joe biden and kamala harris projected as winners of the two thousand twenty election and it was just craziness in new york. People were like dancing around all weekend. The weather has been amazing all weekend. Yeah and i don't know first of all anyone else feel this huge wave of relief just like that. The election's over. I feel like it was making people really tense. Oh for sure and to start. Obviously kamala harris is the first female vice president and she's a woman of color. So i feel like no matter where you like lay on the political spectrum like that's a really big deal. Yeah we love making history. Do and it's been a very polarizing election cycle. I think everyone can agree on top of an already disa- year but here are the toast. We seek to unite. You know we are not red and blue. We are pink and green. And that's what we're gonna do today. United toast as always and and you know the first thing. I think we should talk about. United front is kind of the elephant in the room. Which is your hat right. Because i don't wanna divide people further. No and i. I feel divided right now right. I feel like we're on two different sides of this coin. Well let me just say. Jackie poll on her instagram. Like should i wear this hat and like we do the show indoors. And i guess i just never thought of like a hat as a part of our everyday costume so i just wanna talk through the hat or at least you. So i put on This white button down today. Leggings boots like not super funky for me or fun but now being a new dog have less time to try on a million things like throw them around my apartment. I know because little. Bruno is gonna chew trump at the bit so my alpha was rather boring. And i've sort of been wanting to wear hats on this show one. You got me a beautiful half for my birthday. A sickening hats always. I don't wear it on the show. I have nowhere to weird. I don't go anywhere else. So i really want to normalize wearing hats on the show. I feel like this hat really complement compliments. This like hunter e vibe outfit. The only issue is is that it's unseasonably warm now..

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"claud" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

09:27 min | 1 year ago

"claud" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"Gatsby meets dirty dancing. Tag Maddie right. You need to use that to promote our shift to some conflict and Alex Dances Marianne you gotta this. Intra family conflict to strong women carried over in the trilogy. Because you've got the grandmother and then you've got a volley in the second book and then volley reappears. But in a SORTA reincarnation of herself as out and after she has this illness. She does have an illness in the book. But here's a sane earlier in the book the Kinda you know. Alex is a young teenager. So this is. This is almost a typical. I was laughing when I read the read. The saint here you can just see it happening and Hughes uses the husband who's dutifully going along. He's got a law practice. He could run for office but volleys getting in the way with that. 'cause she's got her own designs for business so he's in the same too so it's Alex Volley her mother and her father. Does that dog have a name? What the dog does she have a name Goldie? She's at least part golden retriever. Or that's what the vet says. I got her at the pay on. What's that got to do with anything? Well I'm away for a couple of weeks and you get a dog and Alex goes off the deep end about this food dancing business in which I might add my father and his opinionated wife or complicit they have no business interfering in the way we raise our daughter. What's more there may be another problem when she hugged me Friday night. At Ted in Anson's she smelled like beer juicy fruit as if on cue. They hear Alex Voice at the back. Door lording cannot come in. She appears in the breakfast room in jeans and a sweatshirt you're out early used as got to pick up a book. I left upstairs in my room paper due tomorrow. She stretches her arms over her head and drops them to her sides in about letting gesture. What a night for the Dixon's Nice go and dad. Everybody flipped when you to Dan. And then you made that terrific speech cool dress Bali. How does it feel to be the tail of the Chi- Volley Ignores Alex remark? Your father and I appreciate the fact that you made a special effort wearing makeup very becoming that one blemish on your forehead hardly showed at all but I wish she'd worn your hair down Jeff. Thanks Alex says opening the refrigerator. Did you guys eat all my yogurt for heaven's Sakes Each something besides yogurt you too thin is that is a small. Moan escapes us. U2 Don't start start. Start what volley says. I was trying to be Nice Alex snaps back. You stop being nice to me a long time ago seen we can we can. We can just see that young teenager wing see mother and she's calling her mother by her first name out and everybody in the family has always called their mother by their first name. It's a strange family family doll. Now this is all right so for our final read here is nice to have a family member that you can lean on as we navigate sort of the world of of growing up and Alex had that she had intead her grandfather right. And you actually open the book Alex Dances Marianne with a little reflection. On how Alex thanks of her grandfather story. That's been told. Could you either force? Alex Remembers I call my grandfather POPs. I've always called him that I didn't remember why I never thought about it until one of my girlfriends asked me where the name came from. We weren't very old nine or ten. Maybe and we were at POPs. Anson's house the three of US playing monopoly in the Sun Room. I guess POPs was babysitting anyway when I asked him. He leaned back laughing and told us the story one afternoon. When you were three I took you downtown to see the new fountain dedicated to Your Great Grandmother. Dolly Ward. I bought us a tree. Chocolate covered ice cream bars. You got chocolate all over both of us and wiped her sticky little fingers on the new pinks mock dress your mother had bought for Easter. I tried to clean you up but I didn't do a very good job when I took your home. Your mother hit the ceiling. She was furious with both of us. You for ruining the dress and me for spoiling you while she scrubbed Jeff as you kept telling her how good the tree was saying POPs POPs you call the ice cream man pop you call the ice cream. A popsicle. That name she said is not suitable for a man of your grandfather's distinction. You looked at me as if to explain and I just smiled and winked and I didn't mind a bit not then and not now. He's been POPs ever since that's nice. And he's pops throughout the book as well when she doesn't She sometimes lives with her. Pops. Anson through the book I well unfortunately Sylvie didn't have the mother to lean on that Alex said the grandfather to lean on her coming up and she missed that because she was in this time you were describing earlier. Mary of when things were changing quite a bit Women were dressing differently experiencing different things. It was all coming sort of Adam fast organ avalanche a little bit. And you've got a little short paragraph here about say anything about that before she Sylvia's lost her mother two years prior to this and she does a realize at this point that her aunt Andrea is actually taken over that responsibility So she's filling sort of isolated. She's thinking about what's going to happen to her when she has sex and said this is. This is what she's talking about here. She says I know at some point. My time will come. I wonder if mothers talked to their daughters about such things. I hardly think so. It seems so obvious when one takes a step out of bounds and our hands are slapped but when are we supposed to be taught what is proper and why and what is not in why and what to expect in how to act when the time is suddenly ripe for marriage or whatever will happen to us as grownups wouldn't it be better to have advice and warning about all these things the ways of the world and not have to hear about it from our friends or God forbid our brothers and sisters. Anyway I wish I had a mother to talk to. Oh Nice Talk. But she's got some some folks her big brothers pretty good to her good. He never lets her down. Never let down so Listeners we're GONNA have a lot information the show notes links to websites for Marianne Marianne and Any social media and there'll be some pictures of them in the studio here and some pictures book covers and other things you can find out about then had find their books in the writing Marianne it's been great having you on the show. Uh well after having known each other written the Super Blurb for for Wurley Downton Down Eddie made the new sound. Good yeah joy this so yes finally good to have you on the show and you know and Mary From our meeting up in the mountains to here in the studio yeah. It's been great. Thank you for having me in Charlotte and I love going back to Luma. That attracted me because my family history there and and people can learn a lot about Riceville beach Through this novel has love story to it and the dancing and they can learn a lot about the textile world trilogy Marianne so Listeners. go out there and Bass Books. Thank you all for being on the show. Thank you thank you well. That's it for today. Another found author giving voice to the written words next Tuesday. 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"claud" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

09:31 min | 1 year ago

"claud" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"Now and he lives in Marquette Michigan of never met him. Tyler Tischler is. His name is Ten Years Yes. Yes on D. Mary I was working with the publishing coach a self publishing coach and he recommended tyler to me and He was actually the proofreader. On my first book he was not my editor on the first book. And I wish he had been my editor Because we just have this wonderful relationship in bond and he's such a good teacher he's a PhD in English literature and and was a teacher so He just he's just wonderful and he if I'm ever on the wrong track. He focuses right back where I need to be. He calls me on the historical things. And he he researches along with me slim and let me ask this question. We talked a little bit about writing but in terms of you know a lot of really good Independently published books out. There Is Yours. included But because you work with people that are that are good you know. Their editors book designers that kind of thing What are some of the techniques you've used as independent Shire's to connect with readers? Mary well I do a lot of Book talks at I've been a A guest at a writer series in Wilmington this summer. I was the guest speaker in July for the plantation village rider series. I do Lots of fairs and festivals where I can connect with people fair up in five years again. That's right that's right. I was just there last weekend. Missed you at a wedding. I couldn't couldn't get there but You know the sometimes interfere. How do you connect with your readers? At at first I had this wonderful network set a through. Olin's connection he'd been a part of the development process for the branches of the University of South Carolina and actually had met my parents coincidentally when they when they were first creating the branch in Lancaster so he had friends all over South Carolina and he would call up a friend of his and say look. I've got a new wife here and she's written this book and If your wife has a book group could we come? Tell you about this book publicists. Well not that. By the time I got into the third or fourth book I hired a publicist and I hired a really good one. And she's terrific and we're just sailing with Alex. Aunt is because as it turns out. Alex stances is very appealing to young dancers. And so we've got a why a book a young adult book here as well as a sequel closer. So that's great so it's easier bottle. Final writing life question Thank about this. How has writing changed your life? Who wants to take that? Wow alka I all right. I was so introverted. And of course that's why I'm a writer but And having to market these books and go out and talk in front of groups and speak at book clubs and different different Events you know I really had to come out on my show quite a bit and be not only a marketer but a public speaker and My own publicist. My own advocate In my mom always told me it wasn't good to toot your own horn. If you're that good somebody else should do it for you. Well I have had to toot my own horn. There's nothing wrong with tooting your own home. I I like to tell the story. My Dad sold encyclopedias. One summer when he's about sixteen and he would go to the neighbors and say you don't really want to buy any of these encyclopedia do you. Have you ever seen the authors almost apologetic when you say? Get his or her friends to buy their books. Don't be apologetic. You spent a lot of time on. This is a good product you sell. It helped me be loud and proud exactly. How much e Marianne I think it opened up a whole new world for me To to all of a sudden have a career in your seventies is just ridiculous. It is so much fun and it has become a podcast age. Sixty one so it just. It just felt very comfortable and very natural and I'm a performer by nature. I think they fed me too many cookies when I was not dancing. Very well as a child But I wanted very much to tell the story and I wanted to try to explain to people what it's like to be a performer. What what the demands are on your time And what what you're inside what it feels like inside To actually stand in front of a group of people and and exhibit this this talent that you've been given that That you have a home like you would sharpen a knife or it. It's just such a wonderful adventure. I want more people to try all right so now. We're GONNA shift here. We're GONNA shift a little conflict because we said at the outset is is is often. Say this there's any conflict going on in the book. There's not much to keep you interested right. I mean everybody's thinking the same way or everybody's head in the same direction. No you don't have you don't have some worth worth paying attention to so starting first with Lumina we've got Mary you got conflict. involves class and race right right. Yeah and The class you've already kind of hinted at because kipp is squaring Katherine Katherine in a different stratosphere. She lives at the Big House. I'm mashing early gardens up and way back up off the road and big white matching of some kind. You know long driveway And her father is sort of working. Kip over one evening when it comes to pick him up and So let's hear that exchange between the sort of class monitor father and KIP. He's trying to step up in the world. So they're downstairs in the sort of a speakeasy environment and Clayton Carmichael is with Clifton and KIP and keeps getting the third degree. Clifton knows Catherine's Bro Brother. Her chaperone so so kept us kind of cornered by the father and the brother of the woman he wants to be with right. So KIP is narrating. We raised our glasses and then the inquisition began so kip. How's your summer going? So far Carmichael ask swirling the Brown liquid in his glass great sir. I'm working in the SAN SOUCI garage the summer. Yes that's what Katherine tells me very admirable working on your trade while you're home on holiday. The way he said trade led me to believe it would have been beneath him. You're studying automotive engineering. Yes that's right a plan to work in Detroit. One day for a car manufacturing company. I said looking him squarely in the is in breathing in deeply to extend my height. Is that right yes sir? I'm impressed with the Work Henry. Ford is doing and I have great respect for his cars do you race. No Sir I do like to drive though and I'm interested in the workings of the cars. I should like to design them myself. One day lofty goals. Good for you wanting to lift yourself out of the retail world. It's who you know. Of course that can pave the way for you Henry. Ford is an exit fellow. I've met him several times. He added taking a sip of his Scotch. I sipped Monto watching a subtle smirk. Appear on Clifton Lips and Lumina Catherine says you're quite the dancer. I saw that for myself just now I could feel the heat. Rising under my caller. I enjoy dancing. Yes in music especially jazz. Luma's the best place to be for all of that. Of course of course you also seem to enjoy being with Catherine. Do you have intentions toward our daughter? He asked flicking the ash of his cigarette into an ashtray on the bar. I enjoy her company quite a bit. He watched me making the ensuing. Silence even more awkward. I cleared my throat. She's quite a young lady yes she certainly is. Catherine has quite a future before she seems to enjoy going to the dances this summer as well. I hope you're treating her with the proper amount of respect. She deserves yes sir. Of course I have her best interest at heart. I believe Clifton can vouch for me on that count. I said looking at him as he lifted his glass to his lips. Will I wasn't too pleased. Hearing about your escapades with Catherine down by the jetties last evening. That kind of thing just won't do you understand so I can. I can see this guy right down by the jetty. Clifton couldn't find a sister because she was down by the jetties with Kyrie Irving law time together. You're channeling a little bit. Great Gaspar here. With some of the Great.

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"claud" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

08:52 min | 1 year ago

"claud" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"Watched him make his way to Stag island. But he didn't appear to be looking for another partner he was watching us. I didn't care I turn my attention to Catherine and took her in my arms trying to keep my heart from pounding out of my chest. She knew to look at my eyes rather than my feet do. Two years of training and numerous Castilians in her repertoire. Despite the reserve in her steps we didn't easy version of the Flat Charleston. Like everybody else on the floor and she followed effortlessly her hand on my shoulder. Light as a feather. It was safe dancing. What the older folks would approve of. And I'm sure we made a swell look impair on that finely polished dancefloor eyes. Were on us even if we weren't doing anything special. Okay that's that's great. Yeah and so. Does anybody in the room here. Remember a stag island. Those before our time right I did take not growing up and I guess you had to stand off to the side and break in and all that kind of thing but this was actually in the middle of this you can imagine Miller this huge dance pavilion right. A guys would stand there and when everyone's dancing around them well they just cut in right right there and they would call breaking breaking nut cutting in. I thought that was the term but that back then they called it break breaking and then you had safe dancing in your head. Somebody's stuff to the side and kind of washed. If they were getting too close to matron she would report any Bad activity to the bouncer and he would send them out send to the trolley line in a flash a flash. Okay well Let's talk writing for a minute because we're GONNA come back with a couple more scenes and talk about your books and conflict and that kind of thing but this'll section called the writing life where kind of dive into the backgrounds of your writing both written number of books And Marianne. You wrote a bunch of columns. You've been writing Mary you didn't come to. I mean you were doing something else before you started writing books right now. Is The speech pathologist for thirty two years and I started riding on ten years ago. I'll still working and I had written four books While I was still working in started that when I was an empty nester and everybody was out of the House. My husband was traveling and I would come home from work and didn't WANNA watch bad TV so I started writing this book. It'd been in my head for thirty years now. Came tumbling out and I couldn't stop. It never have stopped it. Nice great and we'll hand land. Is the thing about this book. That is so amazing. From from a riderless standpoint is the organization I mean I tried to visualize a story board for Mary and she perfectly waves each of these characters. You're never far enough away from any of them to lose track of who they are. And that's that's a real. That's a real gamay and writing. It's hard to do. Thank you and did you have speaking of storyboards that kind of thing because Mary you did as Marianne said had you're going back and forth from the past and the present and so it could look like a ping-pong match unless you're careful. So how do you? Did you have a story board? Did you have something up did? How do you keep track ally? What do you do? I didn't have a story board. I don't really ever outline but I had it in my head that I was GonNa have these four and Borden L. NATE AND MR. May they were going to be introducing each chapter from the old story and they would take turns doing that and it just you just wrote in your way into the store right and I just wanted them to to. Since it is a parallel story I wanted them to each have weigh in on what was going on in their own lives because it did Mirror a lot of what was going on with Kip and Silvy in nineteen twenty eight such as the love triangle. Okay so Marianne. Did you use outline? Are you outline or you know Actually Alex is Dow along her little monologue. There at the beginning was kind of a gift from the blue. I was looking for some way to create a sense of comfort from our readers to give them some back story without giving them too much. Because I've already written the two books but you also have to balance when you're doing sequential book says Mary we'll we'll tell you you've got to balance it so that a new reader can come in and have a comfort level. These people are and I'm sure nor your editor who helped At at at my she was all of you. Bet those kinds of concepts absolutely she was great and so you know in in essence. I knew the beginning. wants Actually the the idea to present This Essay on Alex's part came from own experience because back in the olden days when my kids went to college they had to write an essay an essay to go to the college and it was a huge huge issue in my family Who HAVE WE. My children got a little more help than they need to write these essays so I knew it was. It was something that would give. Alex is viewpoint of what was going on in her family. And what she has to deal with and that just clicked and then. I was in the middle of it. Well let's talk talk about process just singing because both you've written a number of books and people sometimes curious about that Mary which process do you right in the morning? And the evening do you. We'll get you going. What gets you started kind of whenever I get a chance and Back when I was writing after work it was always in the afternoon and evening to being a writer that can put a book out of year. What are you doing well? And and now the odd thing is My husband is working at home and he works less travels less than he was so. Now we're going to share these students. We have to set a schedule. And when I when I'm ready to sit down and and get ready to write. I'll tell them I need to be at this computer from three o'clock on or whatever time and he's very flexible about that so he just computer well. He has a laptop so he can move anywhere in the house where I have my nice big desktop with my big screen and I get first dibs so so wait a do. Where do you right? And what's your routine? Actually when Oland and I have been married for ten years and when when we got married he said well. What shall we travel? What would you like to do and I said well? I've always wanted to write a novel. And he said okay. Tell me what I can do to help. Get Out of the way. We have offices that back up to each. He has a photographic. Memory has a wonderful memory for music which you know hours in. When we were in college I was singing Mozart. Verdi and Olen was dancing. He was doing the Shag at the beach on the South Carolina. You know he could fill in all of these spaces his stark spaces and historic music. That I didn't have and he's been very generous about hall and me around places and and helping with research and because he's much better. Where do you go to find your Muse? Where does your Muse hang out right there in front of my of my screen? My husband is the same way he he takes me around and we can do the research together and he gets into it weaker. Lotta times we sit on the front porch with a glass of wine and we talk over the characters and the plot lines usually this in the evening when I have him hostage with that wine and just certain Saga Book I I was my wife and I were driving to replaces play this game. What if this very helpful playing? What if is a nice way to get ideas going in? So here's the question. What's the best money ever spent as a writer probably buying that computer okay? But he's using it to the Laptop Power Nora her. Nora has been with me through four bucks now and ask Tom Lister. Books has just Hail my hand through Coupla agonies but We made it. You know. Change my answer she can. How about this? Why don't you just a manager and I love my editor? And I've been with him for nine bucks.

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"claud" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

09:14 min | 1 year ago

"claud" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"The mall last weekend. Anson commented on the full parking. Lots at the sports bars and the Asian and Mexican restaurants that have popped up in the old buildings downtown winning all these people come from answered wondered out loud. Maybe we should skip the club one night and see. What one of these places has doll? They have attended occasional city centre festivals and found loud music food trucks and people. Dancing in cordoned all streets. They rarely saw familiar face but children were everywhere. Ted like that part of the equation. The idea of the city revitalizing itself. He saw most of this coming years ago and it feels good to have these predictions come true. Nice well and so in your books We've got the club scene. The country club features a lot and you know Mary. Loma was kind of a club for the masses. Right right anybody could come right all. They had to do had get on the Streetcar Trolley. Because at that point in time those the only way to get to the AL right and for those that don't know. Switch it sort of my ancestral beach. Had A great-grandmother you started hotel. They're gonNA land associated with a lot of history there for US and station. One is kind of right there where that hotel used to be But you go on around you come across the drawbridge the intercoastal waterway and I think one interesting fact. You brought it out on your book too. Is that Russell beach was Developed someone who wanted to sell energy power. Right Right Hugh mccrae. He was the president of the power and Light Company So what do you bills trolley right? So where's Charley GonNa go? It's going to go to a really fancy dance place now. The South End of the beach pass a lot of other places that he's trying to develop the beach right. And so you get a ticket you go out and you have a sane here that will give us a little feel for kipps excitement and just to set it up a bit understand your book the narrator has come across. I guess a diary and some letters right. That's right and the diarrheas from her mother who is Sylvie and so so her mother her mother Sylvia Sylvia's one. We're going to hear from in the past. But then Kip as writing letters to a friend him. He's laid up somewhere with a broken leg right. You can just see these two guys with their bowlers. Going out trying to square the women around their flappers kit right this cat so keeps writing and his dire. Could you pick it up there and read that little section that keeps writing to his friend and Perry is the person who eventually writes this novel that they're all reading on the porch so this first letter appears dated May Tenth Nineteen Twenty Eight. You will miss the best part of all the summer dances at Lumina. I may not have told you. What a gem. The place is one of the largest beach. Pavilions around surreal spectacle with over six thousand electric lights to torch it up against the dark summer sky. Its name and tall letters. Several feet high stands atop the roof lit entirely with light bulbs it's a sight to behold the best of the bands. Come there to play for the summer and thousands of people from all walks of life tourists and locals middle class and aristocrats alike. Arrive to dance the evening away on a Saturday night. Lumina is the great equalizer for young people who are out for a bit of fun and to celebrate the happiness of youth many romances been born at Luminary. I'll tell ya okay. So we got romance in the air happening at Luma We got a little romance and Alex Dances. We're talking about that as we go but Alex nothing's more determined to dance Than she is to engage romance. But I think You know one of the things I think in both your books is you're seeing a change in in these settings Of course you know. The Textile towns are having to reinvent themselves The beach has just changed so much since then. We don't have you know. Try to get there. We can drive our cars down there now And but limit hung around for awhile right and it went through a lot of different chain almost like it became like a strip mall at some point was dilapidated because it just was sort of running down and the torch down in the seventies right. Wouldn't it be nice if that somebody decided to as historic site restore that and it waited ten more years preservationists movement would have saved at probably could have had a dance hall? They're coming over the ocean but maybe that lasts two valuable looking anything else When my grandmother died she was in her nineties. You know that and land just kind went away and now there's a really big place. They've done blown our family and now we're alumina was is conduct. Yes sir everything's changing so there's condos do you think people who are not from North or South Carolina understand the significance of the beach that we all grew up and that's where we went on vacation. We used to joke with my dad that He went to Rice with almost every summer is life and that was scheduled and I and we kid in that. If he ever went to myrtle beach they would shut down his credit card. They say there are some identity survival religious between those beaches in South Carolina. We always went to South Carolina beaches and so right believers as close as is. I made a trip. There is an adult just to find out what it was like so before the break here. Let's do a little talking about dance because that you know that really fills up the pages of your books You know ballet Marianne why did you choose? Bali as your dance of choice for the book had a little help from my friends on a couple of spots. Hello Ballet and your background from six. Maybe hours the Pudgy kid at the back of the line. It now is never very good at that but most of singer. I was a performance major in college and Sang Opera and Light Opera and heavier opera and I thought at first. Maybe that's what I wanted to go with. And then I realized it was much too personal for me. I didn't WanNA touch that subject. So how did you educate yourself umbrella? A friend of mine A very good friend named Sandra Miller is a former prima ballerina with the Dallas Ballet Company and she happened to be my pilot's coach and when I started talking about writing this book she said well you know if I can be of any help. Let me know little dish. Brackley the CO author of the book. Because I had no background and she. She helped me with dialogue. She helped me with French pronunciation. She helped me to know what to avoid. So that I would be real. The book would be real for people who are in ballet and for people who aren't yeah. Both of you have to try to bring to life on the written page. What now you know we would turn to youtube for right to see my spinning somebody or a dance contest and that kind of thing and so you really had to think hard about the moves and what looked like and how people felt in arms of someone else or when they were twirling or whatever And so we got two scenes here. We're GONNA START FIRST And then we'll come back to the dances luminaries. Talk Ballet but Star I Marianne with little read. That you've got that illustrates One of the scenes of ballet your book before you read this Marianne. Could you just set up the same force okay? This is a dance recital that Alex and her partner Matt are going to perform the grand powder from act. Three of Don Quixote and it's legendary for its difficulty in for its enormous drama. So here we go. Matt leaps onto the centerstage lands in the spotlight bows his head his dark curls glistening. He holds the position long enough to maximize the effect moves into a slow turn showing off the costume. An open deck white shirt with full sleeves ending with ruffles at the wrists the muscles of his thighs bulge and black tights. Accenting the slimness of his hips hips and complementing. The broad of his shoulders a collective sigh rises from all the women in the audience. Alex floats out from the wings. Hesitates a moment dances to him. Her costume is the standard short white platter to six layers of stiff to extending outward from the waist. There is nothing to distract from the dance itself or from the Majesty.

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BITCOIN BOOM! Was That China Knocking?

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

07:14 min | 2 years ago

BITCOIN BOOM! Was That China Knocking?

"Xena massive massive move most of you probably well aware of it I've seen three days to die full percent up the Friday it ended up if fraud up sixteen point four five percent arguably off the back of the the news China seems to be embracing crypto assets blockchain and Hopefully things cost big on the missile this Saturday really hot a guy and we ended up undeclared a six point eight two percent but at one stage and a wealthy claud was ninety two hundred but that was twelve hundred dollars lower than the high of that candle we did Max out at ten thousand four hundred eighty nine now currently as I said before four point three percent it's nine thousand six hundred sixty three US day look really it's it's one of those looking really awesome looking really nasty going out as far as anything else goes housing there on the data that was some strong divergence on that loss bright law it did one thing that's on the high timeframes was definitely clearly then I'm certainly not suggesting that a cold this movie will try to this because I did not I there's nothing the trading wise would call it this is as simple as on the nobody could a quote this move with anything other than luck or in Saudi for my absolute inside insider trading but I have been wrongful Doug we'll be wrong a guy in as it stands right now bitcoin because it's just moves so you know so radically is really great deal there for me at the minute the trend coming to play better on the four US going to move to the tune we we did see a northbound one thousand two by the way with two stunning to try and do something the one hour well there is a trend that now there is a trend there little bullish candle there with nine minutes to go until it closes now nominates from now which is what I'm actually recording this will actually be for me the second of a ten sorry a non am in the morning here in pseudo name so yeah not a great deal on Bitcoin as it stands skip through the records and talk about theory and well it do also had a very strong performance on Friday closing up twelve point eight nine percent a down day on Saturday night full so what a great deal but it did sort of hinted was trying to break two hundred filed once guy and filed a around that region twice as receives at one eighty six and forty up three point three a one percent right now on a guy naught really that attractive mate for the way that I'll try trends AOL Agai still performance on the fraud sixteen point seven three percent not three dollars thirty three cents currently it's up six percents and not a bad move to die there on the old else mad dog and a little bit of a trend Loyd shop shot look we did have update on the Friday six point five nine percent then we will whipped gyn down two point two seven on Saturday and today we're at three point John was sitting at six point four cents diner remains a very ugly little jot their exile pay well look I mean there's one thing I can't study about X. does seem to be another level over resistance in there on the thirty cent mark it his fawning a bit of having a bit of a hard time getting through in a did before a minute if you recall back in four sorry wrong I'm looking at the daily if you recall back Ellen is that was four out that way thirty cents is another great deal on a four hour on the dial level to get through is really around thirty three cents it's a bit of an ugly to be fair the fraud is a big move was eight the biggest on the Saturday down point flat and again today where up point nine on twenty nine point seven cents a lot going while had obviously taken advance that move on Friday with the the fraud I can't closing up fourteen point eight nine percent everything was sort of lagging bitcoin. bitcoin definitely the dawn performer across the the markets on that Friday session actually woke up to its Saturday morning but it was a Friday. US session that really sort of kicked in US and Europe Lachlan Sixty dollars flat to right now on the nose fof went to nine percent and have argued moved a guy it's bit over the shopping bitcoin cash I'll look very strong rejection of that ought to I ninety one that I've been talking about quite some time you know we saw twenty one point four percent I think bitcoin cash was the largest move at a lot bitcoin was there show bitcoin cash definitely a following up the Sorry bitcoin cash I believe it was the biggest mover with Bitcoin just behind it quite sure what up it have a very strong moving to die out three point two four percent at two hundred and sixty dollars and forty four cents Bonnet is a little well known as much as the assistant alleged Moore I guess so's Ten percent I love that only so a ten percent on the Friday then we went into Saturday eight point nine percent it did really well on the on the fraud I fifteen percent today up thirteen percent so far of the couples guy really really strong looking job there Arafat a basically they just want to pull back in just waiting for those trends to reestablish himself before we get to into the mix Cada two cents up three point fives six also it was ten percent on the night on Friday the Nautilus Movement since then to Buffet Bitcoin S. 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Lemay moving quite well for walnut apple Buckingham hoping to see a little bullish candle that did not get one and from the nine point one five saint twenty five percent full wohlfarth percent and today at one point four percent as a matter of fact pulled back into Tokyo through I'm saying here since it pulled back in its most radim pullback another we've seen a sixty seven rise in bitcoin cash why the it's just moved so right now from me to you I am looking at this market and just waiting for that clarity there is some transient that will be keeping an eye on what he's well what we have saying is some big moves may look at Nair Nair is eighteen percent today and nine percent yesterday I don't know what that's off the back Oh this is a guy bitcoins even with bitcoin strong performance near has outpaced its odds about big patient waiting for the opportunities to arrive Tanaz pullbacks coming in now when we look at the rockets so those pullbacks represent some good opportunities and say you have a great guys and those viewing Sydney get get your spot with very soon ended about which is fast approaching Boffa now

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"claud" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"claud" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"That's because you have experience like even take that for granted the biggest thing i fear intermedia is the kids that come out of school and work vein or media and after three years you know you're twenty five and you're like well what else might be out there right like they love it they love baber media i the ones that i'm thinking of some people don't i mean look baiter media is the serendipity of who you interact with the clients you have like there's a lot that can go into it there's no one banner media and there's no one america there's no one anything right but yeah they've been getting caught this grass is greener thing and i'm actually very weird i'm starting to try to now we're at a scale where i'm a little loosing up but for the first five years you couldn't come back because it was ability like now we're different scale considering it a little bit more and we've taken a couple of people back through the years i would break my own rule because i think that's important you have to be flexible but yeah it's i appreciate you saying that but i think that's because you understand how difficult that is at scale or seven hundred employees to have a real culture of good that's hard because of have a lot going on when did you decide to do the chief heart officer so claud was an incredible employees she was an s vp she which means she ran a piece of business she was running the unilever business and the way that the thirty people interacted with they were bought into her at a level that was incredible she she and i just had instant chemistry all the stuff we're talking about here that's what we talked about not the other stuff and we started talking about maybe potentially doing something else and having a bigger impact on the company not just running this piece of business and then out of nowhere she quit and it was devastating for me i was.

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"claud" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"claud" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"And i said well you know he said what are they going to do they can't fire me they can't find me they don't pay me they can't bust me i don't have a rank you know i'm volunteer and i'm on tier to do it this way and he said i got a friend he fights flipflops it can't fight and they and images movement or something was this eighty three no that was that that was eighty eighty okay and beirut yeah in route and my roommate there was clawed i can't remember claud last name but he was the one arm commando platoon leader and he had been he'd lost his arm at the battle of pills atar which was the first major engagement of that war and he was always in forever figuring out where he was one of the few guys carried an m16 because it could operate at one and just lay it over his forearm and fire it and one of the things i noticed in beirut was that people had their pro ladies had their priority straight you know in most countries women are attracted to rock stars and sports heroes but in beirut the one arm commando platoon leader got more trim than anybody else i'd be there one time i was just i was just hanging out in the room and quote wasn't there and there was a black on the door and open it and there was this young woman's ending their who.

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