23 Burst results for "Cremona"

The Boy Who Inspired Baltimore

The Lead

05:44 min | 3 weeks ago

The Boy Who Inspired Baltimore

"With twenty twenty now officially in the books we're taking one last look back at the year in sports and replaying our very favorite episode of twenty twenty. It's about baltimore's most unforgettable young sports fan mugabe who passed away from cancer. The athletics brit girly spoke with us about mos- brief incredible life and a moment after his death that she'll never forget from wondering on the athletic. I'm kavita davidson. And i'm under scotto. This is the lead so britt tell us about the earliest days of mugabe's life mokaba first few months of his life which state regular newborn infant and around about nine months. His mother sasi saw photo of him. In which is is just white she went and got him checked out and it turned out that he had cancer anywhere so he had it in the back he was a kid who spent seventy five percent of his young life in the hospital constantly getting aggressive chemotherapy or a life of sickness and never got better. How did mow become such a big sports fan. It came from his mother sans e who made no bones about it. I'll be back forth lethem level. When did move. I come onto the radar of baltimore. Sports fans around the age of nine mo- decided that he was going to call in to this afternoon. Show five seven. Jeremy khan and scott carr so or the two anchors and they get a call from a nine year old kid and jeremy's berry aware that sometimes kids are shy or they don't know what to say i mean he had his confidence his swagger about that i thought was so cool when he would call in and then it just months and loved the ravens at orioles so much it just really really shown through. Thank you walk. Can we get picking booking shot. Pick right there. What's funny is santi was working during the day. She had no idea for months. That son was becoming this fixture on this afternoon drive show in baltimore working with the school that work now. She had no idea how famous her son was getting a good no say that again do that again. Cool man and it was all of the jones different things you started getting his own theme music. really funny and engaging kid once you get a chance even the most hardin cremona callers were like. Yeah i love bow and no one knew. He was sick for a very long time and it wasn't until the promotions director was like mugabe. I've seen that kid a cancer events for their sister station. Jeremy wasn't even sure they were talking about the same kid. He saw video of mo and he realized that voice. That voice was coming out of this little boy in a wheelchair who conveyed nothing of the pain and thorough medical procedures that he had already been through never had anything negative to say about anyone. He never talked about any issue with body nation. Change us old. You're already in trouble. Nationwide think so. I'm not the. I'm not kidding. And his legend grew within the community. The ravens heard about him only say mo on free. What do i pitch for the orioles in two thousand seventeen. We have very special kid with us. Mo- gabby he is a baltimore. Sports celebrity of source smo- and he was under the impression he was throwing the first pitch of the game out. he thought he was throwing jacoby. Ellsbury kind of ex cotton unbelievable. I'd never turn out a first pitch for a game. I'll try out. I'll i'll i'll tell you that. Try not to get the yankee players. They hit the ball. I liked them to do is get a strike that start off. They're just literally f- no stopping mo- have a great time. I hope you have a wonderful kids. Opening day. camden yard. Thank you for having me. And then he also became the first person in history to announce a draft pick for the ravens on a braille card. Oh take it away wet. Oh sorry he was becoming a worldwide sensation. His braille teacher visual assistant at school. Leach said that she was opening cards from kenya. And blow would be like. Wow that's on the other side of the world. He was just sort of starting to grasp. How big of a deal

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Parenting in a Pandemic with Pediatrician Dr Kelly Fradin

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

05:54 min | 3 months ago

Parenting in a Pandemic with Pediatrician Dr Kelly Fradin

"What a great opportunity and a meaningful position that it sounds like also gives you a little bit more bandwidth to do other things like you know, write a book during the pandemic. Yeah exactly. Yeah. Why don't you tell us about the logistics of that since a lot of folks feel like there's a zero extra bandwidth how did you? How did you pull that off I know so I, I was trying to do it all between March. And June, you know watching my two and a half year old helping my son was zoom kindergarten and working part time from home like four hours a day and it was really difficult and my my little girl started carrying around a toy phone and saying I'm unaware Komi and I was like, okay, something has to change. So in June I took a leave of absence normally have the summers off every anyway but I went out couple of weeks early. And in July, I started to send out a newsletter and I compiled everything. I had written about Corona virus just in bits and pieces on instagram captions and it was fifty pages and I said my has in like it's like a lot of content I've already written like This and you know he said like, yeah, you should. You know you have. My background just fits really naturally with the topic like I did my college thesis about Stress Management in Psychology, and then in residency idea research on Kawasaki Disease, which is Kinda like misc and I did you know I know more than the average person about complex conditions and I published also on when you have respiratory illnesses and you're hospitalized as a child so it just felt like Kinda destiny that I should try to compile a resource to help families so I did it in in a month. mostly like from eight to midnight men sometimes in the morning and it was really fast and I think one of the things. That I learned from the experience was how important passion is professionally because when you get a project that you think is really important and when you believe in something, you can just you make it work. I hadn't had anything that I have been like so excited about in committed. In a while and so that was a nice experience to remind me like why we are we do we do. It sounds like you are perfectly positioned was that you did a conventional publishing deal writers itself. I did everything myself. So I've I've tried to learn a lot about like covers and book layouts in audio books I recorded my own audio book in my closet. About how we do podcasts over here? So Thankfully, totally with you on that. and. Anything writing about this other places to women. So Sarah and I saw what you had written in Emily. Newsletter of course, she is a previous podcast guests use the author of a couple of books like crib sheet expecting better about you know the actual research and what it says on on pregnancy in child raising and things like that, and she has a very balanced. Approach on risk and such like that which sounds like it fits a lot with your. Philosophy as well. So can you talk to our listeners a little bit about what you wrote for her newsletter about about code? Right, I you know I was so happy to connect with Emily Austria this this pandemic because. You. Know it's been a rapid fire Some scientists say it's like we're getting hit with a fire hose of information about corona virus because it's so new and everybody is thinking about it and talking about it. There's so much data to take in an analyze, but I was so happy and reassured to see that. When we all read all of the studies we kind of interpreted them in a similar way with regards to children's health, which is that while we don't know everything everything we do know so far is. Is On the more reassuring sign regarding children regarding the severity of illness, more similar to other respiratory illnesses like the flu and RSV that four children that that krona virus doesn't seem to be worse than other viruses. Now I think is important for a general audience that I emphasized these these regular respiratory viruses we see are a problem for children. Thousands of children are hospitalized every year for RSV and flu. So I'm not trying to dismiss or minimize the risk. There are children who have died of corona virus and it's a tragedy but I think it's also important that we take it in context as we make our decisions like what's different about this or what's new about this and how does it affect? Our decision making as parents. So what I tried to address for her her newsletter was about. How worried parents should be about the long term side effects of Corona virus for children because there's been a lot in the news about about long haulers, adults and children who have prolonged symptoms from coronavirus. So, we obviously have a lot to learn about this because it hasn't been very long but I tried to give my best guesses as a pediatrician about how to put this in context for families because statistically, for example, the MISC which is the sort of immune system overreaction that some children have from corona virus that lands them in the hospital. It's a scary disorder, but thankfully, it has been rare and treatable. So, while awareness about it is important, I don't think it's the kind of disorder that has to change parents opinions or keep them up at night worried about it because it is it is so rare at this point. So while they're certainly may be some long term side effects from Cremona. Virus. I think parents can leave that to doctors to worry about and research and learn about and and not worry about them. Now because I don't think we have evidence that they exist in a meaningful way. That should alter your decision making now.

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Lowkey Unaware

Therapy for Black Girls

09:31 min | 10 months ago

Lowkey Unaware

"Finally the moment that many of us have been waiting for has arrived. Insecure is back for season. Four and right Outta the gate. They're already given us tons to talk about so. Of course I had to grab my friend and colleague. Dr Donna Oreo to chat all about what we saw. In this season Premier Dr Oriole will is an author. International Speaker and certified sex and relationship therapist in the Washington. Dc Metro area. The owner of nod right back to Donna's specializes in working with black women on issues related to color ISM and texture ISM and its impact on mental and sexual health. She's the author of cocoa butter and hair grease a self love journey through hair and skin. She's an advocate for sexual freedom self love acceptance and accomplishment for women of Color especially black women. She collects inspiring quotes eats donuts and loves pasta. She and I chatted all about the opportunities that were missed half them difficult but necessary conversations in this episode. Why brutal honesty doesn't work why it's important to have tough conversations even if they're super awkward and she gives us a beautiful script for anyone who needs to have the. What are we conversation? If you hear anything that resonates with you well listening. Please be sure to share with us on social media using the HASHTAG G in session. He is our conversation. We're talking about ISA's girls dead has seemingly happened. Even though she has not been therapy. Molly has been there is yes. I mean the way that she was able to communicate with. Tsa May like this position is not working. This is not working now. I would be remiss if I point out that you definitely kept going. Follow bit before He. He did what she had to say. A switch things up good. I mean aside from that whole consent. Error has that is an era inconsistent. I would be remiss if I didn't say one of my clients was talking about. How can you keep going? If somebody's saying that consent is actually a whole body. Ya Not just keep going. But a full body we. I'm in this urine as lesbian this piece together. Sorta space but for me. It was more about easier than anything. She was able to open her mouth. And say you know what this can. We switch not a couple of seasons ago. She might not have had that conversation now. She kept those feelings toward self. Yeah Yeah so okay. So let's get into the episode and we would just kind of see how it flows right So I really. There are just so much to unpack so we have is season premiere season four premiere of insecure. Which you know we all. We're waiting for all right and so I like the over. Arching theme for a lot of this episode was really difficult conversations. That people either did not have or did not have will. What are your thoughts? Oh yeah the communication was way off. I just like Ooh some of the stuff was those difficult conversations that needed to happen but happy kind of awkwardly but at the same time I was commending on even having an awkward conversation because I feel like Isa impacts you just aboard it. Whatever she could avoid you would have done that. That is such a good point. Oriole right like this idea. That conversations aren't always going to be perfect right and as much as we script in our own head and think okay. I'm GonNa say this and I'm saying it's against eighties right. Never actually plays out in real life but an awkward conversation in the interest of getting our feelings hurt being able to put things on. The table is still better than no conversation at all absolutely. Yeah I think that oftentimes we don't we don't necessarily as yet just because conversation is difficult just because it feels awkward because of bills a little off as being that we are still doing our stuff to make sure that we're having the conversation in the first place. Wherever the conversation comes out a dislike I'm a Cremona had the compensation and see what happens later. Then don't have the conversation at all as you did. So what are some things that you think that? Make it difficult for us to even engage in conversations. Well one that I have noticed and do my class test this is we have so much anxiety. About how the other persons were never sees it that instead of saying the thing that we need to say we say what we think we need say in order for them to better understand what we are trying to say was me in reality. We didn't say not. And this is where I redirect people. You gotta say in our asshole. I mean you're an asshole. Asshole is going to say it exactly the way that it needs to be state saying so like sometimes we're not saying it to the person sometimes we are is the. What is my main thing here? Main thing here. Is that your hurtful for. I don't like is that well. You know when you say this you know And then I was just thinking like Ooh that could meet now now. Now no say what you asshole write it down. What was the thing that you really need to say? You harm me with your words. That's what you really needed to say. So right now like you are asshole when you talk to me now lipid make it cleaner make it something that if someone told you you could hear it. Usually is statements wherever possible. I feel like this when this happens. It gives you opportunity to say what you actually need. The say is that a China interpret how they're gonna pay but you got so see I. I definitely want to stay here for a moment because I feel like this is what especially when we look at this episode right. I think this is kind of would a part of Mali's issue is right like this whole inner asshole so to speak and as high as other asshole right speaking no place her own insecurity. So you're advocating though maybe getting some of those thoughts out on paper before you actually have the conversation to make sure that it is in his purest form but there there is still a way to communicate with people that does not necessarily come across abrasive. Exactly as it's really about even more than being about having a conversation that needs to be had just like that. It's also about certain level of self awareness. Molly laxness Because if she was software especially toward the end of the episode talking about life is messy. Who's that sir? How does that for it? Doesn't I'm the best not constructive criticism? That's not constructed either back you'll life is messy. Ucla does it have to be this mess. I'm just an in. Where in here did you think this was supposed to be something that was helpful right and I think the other piece of that of course was concerning. Was the timing right like even if that was a conversation that you feel like you needed to have with. Isa Did it need to be this night. Where she's like on a cloud and she's really proud of herself or you know pulling off the mixer and you know feeling like okay. I'm really stepping into this thing. And now you have this conversation with her completely like dibs are like Yep math one of those moments like you gotTa Pause Boo. Who Does the serve as honestly molly? It's funny because I listened you send Jill off And I talked to. Who and Yvonne Yvonne or D. They both talk about like how Nigerians could be so rogo in their honesty. And I'm just like you know what is true in a problematic as as fellow Nigerian. I can say that. That is problematic because brutal. Honesty doesn't actually serve anybody. Brutal honesty honestly seems to be more about one person's hurt ego pride or the need to feel better than somebody else by bringing them down by telling the truth as harshly as possible. Right there is a way to be honest with your loved ones in people that you care about debt does not have to be brutal. Exactly because brutality does not necessarily bring growth as brain is defensiveness bring is distance and those things that you are trying to achieve attack conversation that you're happy but I'll go out on a limb saying that your brutal honesty is unnecessary and probably needs to be more compassionate honesty loving honesty friendship based honesty and none of those things would be brutal

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Italy calls in military to enforce coronavirus lockdown as 627 people die in 24 hours

Science Friday

00:56 sec | 11 months ago

Italy calls in military to enforce coronavirus lockdown as 627 people die in 24 hours

"Trump says he still doesn't think a national lockdown will be necessary not so in Italy though where officials in the northern region of Lombardi say they plan to deploy the army to enforce a lock down to slow the spread of the virus NPR Sylvia virtually reports Italy's death toll has now topped four thousand a decline in new cases is not expected until the end of next week Lombardy officials say too many people are still on the streets without justification and they want even tighter restrictions in worst hit bad go north east of the land there are so many deaths the government sent the army into pick up coffins piling up and take them to crematoriums in other towns along with Italian volunteers a group of Chinese doctors has arrived in bed Kamal Cuban doctors who work in Africa during the Ebola outbreak are going to the town of Kramer and American doctors from an evangelical association will go to Cremona yet another town in Lombardy so people Juli N. P. R. news

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"cremona" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"cremona" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

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NBA: Does Steph Curry Need The Finals MVP For His Legacy?

PTI

02:28 min | 1 year ago

NBA: Does Steph Curry Need The Finals MVP For His Legacy?

"NBA finals begin finally tomorrow night wide Leonard comes in under the most celebration on the other side of Steph curry who in the last five playoff games has been absolutely sensational. Scoring even more than Kawai. Steph has three NBA titles to MVP's already but not a finals, MVP Colli does by the. Curry said, quote, it's a special award that everybody wants to get, including myself. But at the end of the day, the first thing I do is look up and see, did you win or lose on quote, we'll curry need this particular ward to validate his great career. No. And the fact that I never even thought about this today as much as I think about uncover, the NBA illustrates why. I mean, I've never thought about this now. It's interesting historical thing, Tony for particularly for older people like us who know the history of the league, and I think back on it, and of the people who've one of those who've won top twenty five place fifteen eighteen twenty players Julius Erving to me seems to be the most famous most accomplished has conic player who is not one because the other conic players, you know, they didn't win or they were the number two guy like Kevin McHale or, or someone like that Scottie Pippen great, great tonic players. I'm not gonna say they certainly are where they are. And I think Julius Irving is the guys is the only one. Right. I guess as Carmello Cremona, John Stockton, but they didn't they didn't. They didn't want to Patrick like you. Reggie, those are not commonplace like you. Seth curry has a chance to be an iconic. He's got a chance to win four championships in five years, he's the greatest shooter of all time. All right. I think of this as a small, it just doesn't even register on me, but, but magic Scott it and birds got it and Jordan's got it and his contemporaries Durant LeBron have this. So if you want to use this as disqualifier because you don't like curry, I guess you can not. I I he's an all time players ever wins this because of everything. He's one I think, might I think this is too small. You gotta get to the finals Griddle with you willing some place winning is the thing again. Tony, I just call it historical greatest note, but does it mean devalue Steph crises, not cement us, now

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"cremona" Discussed on Creators Collective

Creators Collective

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"cremona" Discussed on Creators Collective

"Shot at all. Besides something that starts with knowing. I have to give a show to the scraper plane. I've been used quite a bit. And I there's something about really nice shavings that come from scraper. That are just it's the perfect way to into project. So I any anytime you have a large flat surface scraper plane just makes it so much easier than card scraper, very very happy. So yeah. About us back. I guess I'm gonna go with my eyes attains again. I don't know that last. But that's kind of the only tool that I've been using month is sitting on airplanes and trying to block out the obnoxiously Tripoli announcements that they you know, Caesar I feel like they've engineered the audio to be as like shrill in cutting as possible. So that no matter what you stuff in your years. You have to listen to the same seat belt in oxygen masks procedure over and over and over. So yeah, I'll go with my my ice. Oh, teens bluetooth your things in for anybody. Who's interested? I think I'm not even sure if it's active, but I think Z H F is a code. You want him go. Do you have anything that? Oh, yeah. Now, I got. Cool. Well, I wanna say huge thank you for coming into this. And we're having a good bit of time a good fun here. Just reminder, we will not be recording next week and probably not the week after that. So if you want to come and see any of the three of us, we will be at the what about sewer can be at the creators collective, what is it called maker central area. And feel free to compensate high. So looking for that, I think that's what it anything forgetting other than saying a huge. Thank you. And if you wanna find out more about his stuff, I have linked to that down of the scripture, and you can find him macaroni dot com or YouTube channel macaroni if the also USA met. Cool. Time have a wonderful. See you later. Thanks again. For listening to the creator's collected published weekly on Thursdays, I to Stitcher and Google play. You can follow us on social media pages everywhere at creators collected. We're also live streaming every week on Thursday ten AM eastern time. Just look up the YouTube channel to join in on the fun of the live chat and get your questions answered live. And until next time keep on creating..

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"cremona" Discussed on Creators Collective

Creators Collective

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"cremona" Discussed on Creators Collective

"I really I actually really enjoyed driving those things. It's like a very you're very engaged in what you're doing. Yeah. Yeah. Cool who what about us equities been inspiring? You man. I haven't had time. I all I have is ration-. I just don't have any time. Dating could flyer miles. Yeah. Like, I there's so much. I wanna do. And this is the problem. I have right now is him so limited on time. And there's so much. I wanna do. So I met I think my next hammer in Q is number ninety eight somebody has purchased ninety nine in advance. I kinda want one hundred to be like I might do video in that make it my last one that I do out of the shop. I don't it just seems cool thing to do. But yeah, I don't have much time and like trying to trying to orchestrate everything that's going on. So you still planning on moving yourself or hiring people? I don't know like I. I really wanted to move myself. I wanted to find a truck with the lift gate in loaded up and get everything packed away. I want in just hit the road. But we've looked everywhere like every right every moving comprehend ski in all these these places that have like lift gate service and stuff the issue that we have is all of them want the truck to be returned to where they're picked up from originally, which I guess is possible. I just that's more time than I don't have to like drive everything up there and unload and then drive all the way back. So we're I think we have somebody coming by to give us an estimate, and it's weird. Because when you do that everything's by weight, which to me is the dumbest. I mean. I know it makes sense to truck drivers and stuff, but the way ends, but you know, hard it is to estimate how much stuff you owned by weight. Like that is it's ridiculous. I have no idea. No idea how much shop ways. I have no idea how much like my clothes way. Like, it's just such a weird way to Quan quantities. Quantities. Quota? Fi quantify. Yeah. That one it's such like weird way to quantify your belongings. I don't know whether or not you move your slaps mice allows way. This is why you need a CD L. You can be like the shop mover whenever somebody in the community needs a shot moved Ramona. It'd be just smiling shot move about it business to be had there. I don't know the margins. I have to give a shock to video. I came across this week. Someone sent this to me for life me. I can't remember who sent it to me. But it was about a guy making a Swiss Swiss made Cooper bucket. And so it's a it's a milking bucket oval Cooper bucket and fascinating just to see how it can all come together. And this particular guy makes one bucket a day. And so each step takes longer than a day, but he has several in sequence in any given time. So that every day one comes out of the shop, and it's kind of a fascinating, look, I mean because you think about a circular Cooper barrel or bucket, but this was oval. So the stress is on it are different at different points. Just a really interesting video some. Yeah, headline fun that let's see do part of the week. Thank thank something. I just wanna comment like the curing thing. Anytime I think about the geometry involved in making a barrel. That's water. Tight like hurts. My head. Because it's not like, you know, it's not like the curves are. I don't know if they're since since there like there's there's two dimensions going on there. Angle is the angle the same all the way down. Or is it like a compound does it change in the center since its since the barrel is like a bigger diameter in the center does the radius of the staves like change disable down because you have the same amount of segments. Okay. That makes sense. So they cut the sides. And then Ben the the profile into videos. I've just never seen. Well, different ways of doing it. Yeah. That's insane. Crazy crazy. So the productivity who's you. Matt. On the spot. Another shot at all. Besides something that starts with knowing. I have to give a show to the scraper plane. I've been used quite a bit. And I there's something about really nice shavings that come from scraper. That are just it's the perfect way to into project..

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"cremona" Discussed on Creators Collective

Creators Collective

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"cremona" Discussed on Creators Collective

"How you getting that that chunk over there? The rate of their emailed it kinda would silver maple for the body. And I got a piece of curly. Birch for the neck, very cool. That's. Tars for it there. I don't know. I'm I'm sure it's I've been always Steph or not a thing. It's it's a whatever. Matt had looked good. Yeah. I mean, I've I've played instruments most of my life and in specifically guitar. I don't think I've ever heard of Birch neck, probably for reason, didn't they didn't they use Birch for like, bows and stuff, isn't it like kind of a spring you? I don't know much about Birch. It's kind of more brittle than springy everything. Like canoes birchbark canoes may maybe that's what I was thinking. I'll canoe. Maybe. I don't nothing about like would uses. Oh, set of like furniture making bows instruments. I got nothing nothing. Yeah. I don't know. I don't know much about Birch they make drums out of it though. I know that drum shells. I didn't even know that. I learned I missed we need like that eighties. Graphic the more, you know. The the real reason that will isn't with us. We're just doing a maker central group today. So yeah, all three of us will be there on what's that wills not going? Now, he chickened out last minute. A lot of people are doing that. Cowards. That's a great show. I don't know. I haven't been I didn't I couldn't make it last year, but somehow were crammed in there like sane beforehand. Like, I've literally I feel like I've been living out of my suitcase for like three months like every springtime, it seems like that's one every company every event happens seems like it's all condensed in like two to three months, and it's fun. But man, like if somebody else out there is listening in their thinking about starting a big event, shoe it and like Stummer or fall or something because it's it adds up. And I mean, it's got I was just saying like a like we did are we did a European vacation while ago, and then workbench Khan and then spring make now maker central and this is all just those past those three events work. Mitch cons spring may can make your central or all within. I think probably a month month and a half definitely within two months there lately. All contain within two months like. Yeah. Yeah. That's a lot of a lot of stuff to cram into two months. Yeah. So yeah, it is. And there's no longer woodworking America or hand handle hand. Head works are other events this. They need to make like they need to make a makers tour shirt concert shirt. And it's just like all the events. Yes. I would I would like that. I mean, I guess we need more than three. But I don't know. So what you got going on everything? Very specific. Yeah. Yeah. So I mean, all that all the the travel to the events and stuff. And then we're moving is many of you may know, so we we're gonna we're gonna be up there like the first week of June to Columbus Ohio unit. Come back for maker central me like go. Yeah. It's crazy. Like, I it it's we've been like I mean, I mean, I've never been to prison. But I feel like I feel like we're like getting like are we had like parole hearing, and like we're like that date like you're you're free to go..

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An Italian Town Fell Silent So The Sounds Of A Stradivarius Could Be Preserved

NPR's World Story of the Day

05:33 min | 2 years ago

An Italian Town Fell Silent So The Sounds Of A Stradivarius Could Be Preserved

"Support for NPR and the following message come from Amelia Island, Florida a barrier island on the northeast coast that captivates visitors with thirteen miles of uncrowded beach championship golf, natural beauty and a historic district Amelia Island dot com slash NPR for the next few minutes. We're going to visit Cremona Italy. It's the hometown of stratovarius, and it's where for five weeks the whole town had to stay quiet. The reason musicians and recording technicians are trying to save the unadulterated sound of the legendary instruments for all posterity. Christopher live say explains. That's a Stradivarius cello inside the concert hall of the violin museum in Cremona. Italy. It's the same town where master Luthier untold Neo strata, very crafted his storied, instruments three centuries ago. But there's no guarantee that sound will survive for centuries. More says Fausto Katcha toady the museum's chief conservator qualify. Swollen questions remain. Fahed which Antoine. What will these instruments sound like in two hundred years? I hope they can still be played. But you never know. All it takes his one unfortunate event. An earthquake for instance, think about what happened to so much art during World War Two. Okay. Do you want to catch a Tory says stratovarius needs twenty-first-century failsafe and someone who understands music, but also technology someone like a DJ we played with chemical broaders with a lot of Bhagat this during our career when he's not spinning records. Leonardo Tedeschi runs audio zone. The sound engineering firm that had an idea to bring the sound of. And make accessible on the ward by recording it, and saving it in a database that future composers can use to make their own music electrically. The violin museum in Cremona agreed and enlisted world class musicians to play four instruments made by stratovarius as well as other masters Ahmadi and guate- natty, but that doesn't mean recording complete songs by save a volley or Verity rather, it means painstakingly recording every possible note. Every possible note and even more difficult every note transition so like Nana Nana Nana. One note to all the other wanting the same. These are very complicated process. So there will be several hundred thousand five to be detected, but not so fast Tedeschi takes me outside the museum to show me. The thorn in his side. A woman drags a suitcase across the cobblestones. Then. A street sweeper you name it if it's close enough to the concert hall. It's audible to the thirty two hyper sensitive microphones during recording of retirement that we do sound the sound with mix without water frequencies of the Roman. And so we cannot use that sound. Tedeschi went to the mayor of Cremona. My name is Gelu bandy and ask for help lucky for him. The mayor is also the president of the stratovarius foundation. He understood what they needed was the filings around that the museum of violent about the I think that we understood the importance of the project, so he asked the people of Cremona to please keep it down and blocked traffic around the concert hall during recordings on this wintery day a security guard stands watch beside a metal barricade journal. I tip toe past him into the quiet zone. This is what it sounds like. When an entire neighborhood has to take a bow of silence. Try a might it's impossible to block out all the sound. All the time says Thomas critic the chief recording engineer inside the concert hall. You hear it? Let me just put this up woman now doing slam a KADO outside. You can barely hear it on the second pluck. But it's enough to contaminate the recording and throw off the musicians after playing for eight hours a day six days a week for five straight weeks. They finally wrapped up earlier this month. It's a level of devotion Antonio Stradivari with likely appreciate after all attention to detail. Is what makes us stratovarius a stratovarius for NPR news. I'm Christopher lives say in Cremona Italy. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.

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"cremona" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"cremona" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"NFL? He is Owen six Cremona that football. And it's not a secret that the big Mark against cousins is his inability to play well in big games. Cousins is having a career here right now. He's on track to have the most touchdowns highest QB reading the best completion percentage of his career. In fact, entering the game second in the NFL and completion percentage, I think almost I think a little over seventy three percent of his passes completed Stanford. Great you have to apply them when it's difficult and with about eleven minutes and a little bit of change left in the third quarter in a three to nothing just barn burner in Seattle against the Seahawks cousins as throwing the ball eight times he has four eight he is averaging three point four yards per pass. And there's a lot of football left, and the Seahawks are very much putting cousins in a position where you can have some heroic. It's not like he's had a bad bad game to date and they're down seventeen. Nothing can Kirk cousins. Muster a single impressive drive. Forget a single impressive game in this situation can cousins and that eighty seven million and cousins, the nice guy. I like the guy cool, dude. Good for him getting his money. But Minnesota brought you in. Gave you that guaranteed money in order to make sure that they were a little bit better than last year, which should have got them into Super Bowl by Stewart Kovacs on on pins and needles here. Do what do you need to? You've got a middle. Right. You you need like. Yeah. The people the info. I have digs in one of my fantasy leagues. And I'm against him in another. So I need him to get somewhere between thirteen and twenty four points. So it's not like and you win both. I wouldn't both. If that happens, you got an awkward situation. So on the TV show CBS sports HQ, there's like entrees, I'd love your perspective on this or Stu I got like a staff and nine that, I guess work for me show my name on it. I guess they worked for me. And we have a PA that I just hired a Missouri. Really nice young man named David Rothschild David and I played in this weekend. And he had two guys. I didn't notice the game to started that he started who who were injured weren't plane I one running away. So I like, what are you doing man tissue forgets a manager team? And he wrote back maybe do you think the kid for guys the playoffs or do you think because I'm the boss, I don't wanna freebie freebie? Now is it a league with money involved? At all is there is now a lot of money. It's a very little amount. But we do it on the TV. Show. And so when you lose you humiliated. Yes. So why would you want that you'd be that'd be the first league? I check if humiliated about it. I'd that'd be the first one that I make drive the players playing. I the guy am I the boss where they let you win at golf. I don't wanna be that guy. I never did that by the way, I always tried to destroy my bosses. You know, what they responded really well to get embarrassed by cocky Twenty-three hundred. I never been when golf I did beat them though in ten is an ambassador ball. What's the move movie? How do I do? I ask him. Like, hey, bro. Did you the purpose? Just just let it go. I'd ask him. That's a curious one. Yeah. I don't buy that. Maybe humiliated even more so than he doesn't wanna get lose. Again. I don't know. He scored like thirty two points. I mean, I actually I actually and it makes me maybe it makes him ever. I had a really good week. So I would one either way, but it feels like I my victory got taken from. And I know that students demand that people do that here on the show, which isn't cool. I hope nobody gives it. Barry unfold. We had a fun time. It's good to have the band back together. Thank you just to. Thank you to the trace. Thank you to will Brinson Jake Trotter. Appreciate you listening. My name's Bill right of the shows rather than you..

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"cremona" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"cremona" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Believe i'm going to go to hell i don't even that's not you know some people that the deterrent is the fact that you'll go to jail or be executed or go to hell whatever i that's not what drives me in my life so i barely don't have the criminal mind but i was thinking even if i was going to commit a murder doesn't critical and i've this is really a dumb statement because you know criminals is there a lot of cremona critical thinking if you're a criminal to begin with but doesn't just logic tell you it's going to be a lot harder with all the technology and all the cameras and the dna just wouldn't tell you you're not gonna get away with it a assuming that that that the killer did stop and that there are no more you know murders that that he was responsible for you know the suspect now that's charged with those murders and imagine you know that's that's what happened that he did stop if he did indeed stop it's quite possible that maybe authorities got too close or he realized with i don't know that new technology was going to at some point get him caught i it's to get into that that mind of a criminal it is it's fascinating because we should learn from that maybe helped develop patterns that that detectives can use for future cases but dna choice it dna has changed every well it has and that's the one thing is that if they really do have this case wrapped up an and they seem to the way they were talking yesterday the seems to be a fairly solid case based on dna because that dna would put then the suspect at the scene of you know i don't know what eight murders he's charged with so far if if that is the case then i i don't know how what defense attorney can say i mean it really is definitive in many cases it's not that the system isn't still flawed it's a human endeavor mistakes were made but that really moved police work law enforcement investigative work forward light years light years from where they were i mean you think about the the hunt for the zodiac killer or any of these famous or infamous killers.

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"cremona" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"cremona" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"If i you know if if i could have gotten away with sixty five and the thirty that kind of thing five hundred thirty i remember i probably was eight or nine years old and i started taking quarters off my father's dresser and he caught me i remember being shamed because i knew i don't i can't remember how old i was i just don't know i i'm getting maybe eight or nine i saw the quarter and i would take them yeah but i knew i was stealing i knew it was wrong and i did it yeah yeah my dad were gun for a living so i didn't do that necessarily we or i mean we know where my dad's guns were we always as kids we knew but you knew you'd never went you that you think as a kid you know you're you're not thinking you're you're you think you're going to get away with it but when you think of all the and that's why i say i really don't have criminal mind i live by light because it brings me joy i don't live it because i believe i'm going to go to hell i don't that's not it on some people while that the deterrent is the fact that you'll go to jail or be executed or go to hell whatever i that's not what drives me and my life so i barely don't have the criminal mind but i was thinking even if i was going to commit a murder doesn't critical this is really a dumb statement because you know criminals is there a lot of cremona critical thinking if you're a criminal to begin with but doesn't just logic tell you it's going to be a lot harder with all the technology and all the cameras and the dna just wouldn't love to tell you you're not gonna get away with it assuming.

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"cremona" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"cremona" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"More fiction but they said based on the they say it brought back interest but i couldn't see the direct tie in yesterday between the investigation and the book right there may be i don't know i mean i don't know but but if they got you know i i don't know if the book helped or not and i didn't see where police said that the book did but it was just it was just interesting i guess you know and i don't have a criminal mind i did when i was in my teenage years but it was a minor more minor crimes that i if i if i could have gotten away with your sixty five and the thirty that kind of thing five hundred thirty i remember i probably was eight or nine years old and i started taking quarters up my father's dresser and he caught me i remember being shamed because i knew i i can't remember how old i was i just don't know i i'm getting us maybe eight or nine and i saw the quarter and i would take them yeah but i knew i was stealing i knew it was wrong and i did it yeah my dad wore a gun for living so i didn't do that necessarily we knew or i mean we know where my dad's guns were we always kids we knew but you knew you never went you as a kid you know you're you're not thinking you're you're you think you're gonna get away with it but when you think of all the and that's why i say i really don't have criminal mind i live my life because it brings me joy i don't live it because i believe i'm going to go to hell i don't even that's not you know some people that the deterrent is the fact that you'll go to jail or be executed or go to hell whatever i that's not what drives me and my life so i barely don't have the criminal mind but i was thinking even if i was going to commit a murder doesn't critical this is really a dumb statement because you know criminals is there a lot of cremona critical thinking if you're a criminal to begin with but doesn't just logic tell you it's going to be a lot harder with all the technology and all.

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"cremona" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"cremona" Discussed on WTMA

"Book right there may be i don't know i mean i don't know but but if they got you know i i don't know if the book helped or not and i didn't see where police said that the book did but it was just it was just interesting i guess and i don't have a criminal mind i did when i was in my teenage years but it was a minor more minor crimes that i if i if i could have gotten away with sixty five and a thirty that kind of thing five hundred thirty i probably was eight or nine years old and i started taking quarters off my father's dresser and he caught me i remember being shamed because i knew i i can't remember how old i was i don't know i i'm getting maybe eight or nine and i saw the quarter and i would take them yeah but i knew i was stealing i knew it was wrong and i did it yeah my dad wore a gun for a living so i didn't do that necessarily no i mean we know where my dad's guns were we always kids we knew but you knew you'd never went you you think as a kid you know you're you're not thinking you're you're you think you're gonna get away with it but when you think of all the and that's why i say i really don't have criminal mind i live my life because it brings me joy don't live it because i believe i'm going to go to hell i don't even that's not you know in some people while that the deterrent is the fact that you'll go to jail or be executed or go to hell whatever i that's not what drives me in my life so i barely don't have the criminal mind but i was thinking even if i was going to commit a murder doesn't critical and i've this is really a dumb statement because you know criminals is there a lot of cremona critical thinking if you're a criminal to begin with but doesn't just logic tell you it's going to be a lot harder with all the technology and all.

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"cremona" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"cremona" Discussed on WJR 760

"Book right there may be i don't know i mean i don't know but but if they got you know i i don't know if the book helped or not and i didn't see where police said that the book did but it was just it was just interesting i guess and i don't have a criminal mind i did when i was in my teenage years but it was minor more minor crimes that i if i you know if if i could have gotten away with sixty five and a thirty that kind of thing five hundred thirty i remember i probably was eight or nine years old and i started taking quarters off my father's dresser and he caught me i remember being shamed because i knew i don't i can't remember how old i was i just don't know i i'm getting us maybe eight or nine and i saw the quarter and i would take them yeah but i knew i was stealing i knew it was wrong and i did it yeah yeah my dad were gun for a living so i didn't do that necessarily no we knew or i mean we know where my dad's guns were we always kids we knew but you knew you never went you that you think as a kid you know you're you're not thinking you're you're you think you're going to get away with it but when you think of all the and that's why i say i really don't have criminal mind i live by life because it brings me joy at a limit because i believe i'm going to go to hell i don't even bets not you know in some people while that the deterrent is the fact that you'll go to jail or you know be executed or go to hell whatever i that's not what drives me in my life so i barely don't have the criminal mind but i was thinking even if i was going to commit a murder doesn't critical and i've this is really a dumb statement because you know criminals is there a lot of cremona critical thinking if you're a criminal to begin with but doesn't just logic tell you it's going to be a lot harder with all the technology and all.

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"cremona" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"cremona" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Believe i'm going to go to hell i don't even that's not you know some people that the deterrent is the fact that you'll go to jail or be executed or go to hell whatever i that's not what drives me in my life so i personally don't have the criminal mind but i was thinking even if i was going to commit a murder doesn't critical and this is really a dumb statement because you know criminals is there a lot of cremona critical thinking if you're a criminal to begin with but doesn't just logic tell you it's going to be a lot harder with all the technology and all the cameras and the dna just wouldn't intel you know you're not gonna get away with it assuming that that that the killer indeed stop and that there are no more you know murders that that he was responsible for you know the suspect now that's charged with those murders and imagine you know that's that's what happened that he did stop if he did indeed stop it's quite possible that maybe he's got to close or he realized with i don't know that new technology was going to at some point get him caught i it's to get into that that mind of a criminal it is it's fascinating because we should learn from that maybe helped develop patterns that that detectives can use for future cases but dna dna has changed every well it has and that's the one thing is that if they really do have this case wrapped up and they seem to the way they were talking yesterday the seems to be a fairly solid case based on dna because that dna would put then the suspect at the scene of you know i don't know what eight murders he's charged with so far if if that is the case then i i don't know how what a defense attorney can say i mean it really is definitive in many cases it's not that the system isn't still flawed it's a human endeavour mistakes are made but that really moved police work law enforcement investigative work forward light years light years from where they were i mean you think about the the hunt for the zodiac killer or any of these famous or infamous killers.

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"cremona" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"cremona" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Believe i'm going to go to hell i don't mean that's not it on some people that the deterrent is the fact that you'll go to jail or be executed or go to hell whatever i that's not what drives me and my life so i barely don't have the criminal mind but i'm thinking even if i was going to commit a murder doesn't critical and i've this is really a dumb statement because you know criminals is there a lot of cremona critical thinking if you're a criminal to begin with but doesn't just logic tell you it's going to be a lot harder with all the technology and all the cameras and the dna just wouldn't lot tell you know you're not gonna get away with it assuming that that that the killer indeed stop and that there are no more you know murders that that he was responsible for you know the suspect now that's charged with those murders and imagine you know that's that's what happened that he did stop if he did indeed stop it's quite possible that maybe thirties got too close or he realized with i don't know that new technology was going to at some point get him caught i it's to get into that that mind of a criminal it is it's fascinating because we should learn from that maybe helped develop patterns that that detectives can use for future cases but dna dna has changed every well it has and that's the one thing is that if they really do have this case wrapped up an and they seem to the way they were talking yesterday the seems to be a fairly solid case based on dna because that dna would put then the suspect at the scene of you know i don't know what eight murders he's charged with so far if if that is the case then i i don't know how what a defense attorney can say i mean it really is definitive in many cases it's not that the system isn't still flawed it's a human endeavor and mistakes are made but that really moved police work law enforcement investigative work forward light years light years from where they were i mean you think about the the hunt for the zodiac killer or any of these famous or infamous killers.

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"cremona" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"cremona" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Believe i'm going to go to hell i don't even that's not you know some people that the deterrent is the fact that you'll go to jail or be executed or go to hell whatever i that's not what drives me in my life so i barely don't have the criminal mind but i was thinking even if i was going to commit a murder doesn't critical and this is really a dumb statement because you know criminals is there a lot of cremona critical thinking if you're a criminal to begin with but doesn't just logic tell you it's going to be a lot harder with all the technology and all the cameras and the dna just wouldn't lot intel you know you're not gonna get away with it a assuming that that that the killer did stop and that there are no more you know murders that that he was responsible for you know this suspect now that's charged with those murders and imagine you know that's that's what happened that he did stop if he did indeed stop it's quite possible that maybe authorities got too close or he realized with i don't know that new technology was going to at some point get him caught i it's to get into that that mind of a criminal it is it's fascinating because we should learn from that maybe helped develop patterns that that detectives can use for future cases but dna dna has changed every well it has and that's the one thing is that if they really do have this case wrapped up and they seem to the way they were talking yesterday the seems to be a fairly solid case based on dna because that vietnam would put then the suspect at the scene of you know i don't know what eight murders he's charged with so far if if that is the case then i i don't know how what a defense attorney can say i mean it really is definitive in many cases it's not that the system isn't still flawed it's a human endeavor mistakes were made but that really moved police work law enforcement investigative work forward light years light years from where they were i mean you think about the the hunt for the zodiac killer or any of these famous or infamous killers.

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"cremona" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"cremona" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Due to their special colour in rarity the cremona bear is revered by local native american culture that's who these native it's americans also said referred that the master to them as the spirit of the universe bear or ghost created bear one in according white to native bear american for legend every ten black the bears spirit as bayer a reminder is a reminder of the of hardships times past during the ice age specifically so never mind the there white it is color of ice during and snow this i dunno period if that glaciers references in like cold blanketted the the the planet as you know the ice in age the spirit are i bayer i've no also idea symbolizes peace in harmony apparently they anyway they've you did those the first nations as they're called the first nations communities they've viewed the the spirit bayer the komo commode bear as sacred they are more successful these white bear is are at catching salmon in the daylight then black bears because these pale bearers are better camouflage than the dark ones by day is if you could imagine this tight if you're going to imagine you a salmon swimming upstream you know how when you're underwater and you can see the you can see things up through the water butcher if a black thing was standing above the water be how sears right so the salmon don't notice them as much because they contrast less with a bright sky background so.

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"cremona" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"cremona" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"The next in the fall and he refuses to do it all right so let's talk again when my bring about that release something out injured cremona also reads the democratic party the new york state democratic party you know should be out there campaigning for all the democrats especially those what risk of losing their seats with the summit so close he should be using that party as the leader with all the people he basically appointed to lead the democratic party and since he's saving the thirty one million dollars in the democratic party for himself he using it for ads for his policies you to make book like he is a champion on issues like marriage equality which by the way when he's sitting here single what can i do the senate's vote he was the one who led on marriage in in equality because she actually took a leadership positions he went there he moved votes brought senators in the room she built some he he no he he worked with him he doesn't do that on other issues and he's definitely not doing the idc you could be using your credit to support democrats in the senate and instead he's sitting on it i don't know how he's going to transfer it for possibly funds essential run but he sure is how those need thirty one million dollars to run for governor and we should say again the the point is is that we're in the one of the blue states in the country if not the bluest state and then country and we should have policies that are leading on the forefront literally on the vanguard of of policies whether it's medicare for all whether it's paid family leave whether it's on and on and on and on a job guarantee theoretically i mean there's a lot of different things that could possibly happen all right so with all that said cynthia nixon aside from people knowing her as the person who played opposite me and episode five thirteen and i think it was have sex and the city where i played lead right lou aside from people knowing her in that contracts.

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"cremona" Discussed on The Science Hour

The Science Hour

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"cremona" Discussed on The Science Hour

"Sports them to isolate to that's it is a laboratory of until in cremona and there's a professor guardian he's the only one who succeed in developing embryo from rhino we've got early stages we believe that presume people got enough to transfer bland prio so this is what we have to do let's say i generally twenty four hours after collection of the x here vegeta to get into italy and to get him fertilized and then we would have to wait you know to see a few days with the defect location but successful the the other option of rather than using real genetic material to rodney thing sperm and eggs is to use skin tissue to convert them using modern genetic techniques is that right yeah the other way would be that we would use a skin tissues and you know you would establish a cell culture from this tissues and from this fuse with produce stem cell and from stem cells you could actually in the end got rep election cells this has not been done for rhinos i it seems that the take at least years of research but as a proof of concept we can name award was done by japanese scientists cuts week ohio she he he published in the nature article in which he proved it was possible to do from skin issue of miles produce new mouse and everything was done in vitro and actually cuts week ohio she is one of the cooperators of upper scientific team and if you could use skin tissue to this meeting you have access to more tissues and just the ones from sudan fatou and need najan this is actually very important because if we go through the way that we would harvest x than we have a very limited pool it means two females and a frozen sperm from a few miles altogether it might be let's say six animals but if it's all about the rescue true stem cells the welts immediately have doubled.

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"cremona" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"cremona" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"On news fat fog in girl fork in cremona side gather up if you've for whom may members mariana herman attic and i just want to say that last week i was he heard one amid hug me in a different way of my good look i go bullshit moving towards the how'd you a grab bureaux knockabout real people just goal in john lewis meetings like really help but these people go there for the wrong reasons near you know like i would assume network yet this does people are they a especially here in our way yeah they go to a for all the wrong reasons and there's some ice reviewer ellerslie of you'll l a u r a meeting would say hoboken yeah you've got on the median newark four could do gift the quality of people you'll see like what i first got clear 85 home by peach mr deep took me to a meeting whom all by god i have never seen before my life fuck it the worst coffee in the world wars coffee fuck it you walk down there a new clothes you took a moral from the board and you could smell your clothes from the cigarettes you have no idea what that is likely site yet topping yet i'm not an aura put your feet on the floor in you closer on the floor a new gets smell the cigarette smoke in from your fucking clothes mosaic reading a you could smell people's poor choices man do this one place it makes me feel some towns like it reminds you hear the enviro the neighborhood in the environment that i grew up in some towns muniz represents all the talk about some of it to business right like that place over by that barbecue some of these all yet of businesses now sia you're right that's great that there's an a business then they demonstrate more you you're going to have meetings all bailey work walked donations but it's it's a business it's a good product a group program and they have a treasurer it's hard to steal you know 'cause you'd eurobond a bunch of peavce you care.

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