35 Burst results for "Dali"
Reggae Legend Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry Dies at 85
"A living legend of the musical world who has passed away the Jamaican reggae and dub style. Perry Lee Scratch. Perry has died on the island aged 85 public response from Jamaica's Prime minister Andrew Holmes, who called him a legendary record producer and singer and a great pioneer. He's one of his earliest releases people, funny people. One of the first acknowledge reggae songs from 1968. Mhm. David Katz wrote the biography people, funny people. The genius of Lee Scratch Perry and I'm delighted to say he joins us now on the program. Just just tell our listeners Lee Scratch Perry. Why was he called Scratch and you turned it shopping. I I don't think we have David. Their bit of sound. Yeah, so sonic invention there. It was the man himself the way to pay tribute to the man himself, actually, because I didn't interview on that a little bit earlier Scratch private. He did a song called Chicken Scratch, And so they produced a record called Chicken Scratch. You could have asked me It's a shame we couldn't get David to talk about it. I think that's the the The line has gone down. But what we can do is there again. Hello, David. Join us Go, and I've answered the first question. Hello? Give us another quick going role. Um You know he was he was He was a collective figure wasn't he Wasn't Keith Richards, who described him as the Salvador Dali of music. Yes, indeed. I mean, he was a multifaceted character. He began his career as a singer and then moved into record production where he really excelled. And of course, his innovative techniques really changed the way that popular music has been recorded and disseminated. In what way In what way? Well, he really stimulated remix culture. What we take for granted. Now, you know, he reused his rhythm tracks for songs he'd recorded originally as vocal recordings and overdubbed new instruments on them and mix them down. And really help to dub come into being as a genre and an art form. And that
Alphabet's New Moonshot Company: Intrinsic
"Alphabet has a new moonshot. it's called intrinsic a new company to build. Apparently although we're not entirely sure software for industrial robots and so intrinsic will join alphabets portfolio of other bets that includes the likes of waymo wing and verily quoting the verge details on what exactly intrinsic is building or who its customers will be are unclear a blog post from the company's new ceo. Wendy ten white discusses intrinsic ambitions in broad terms saying it will quote unlocked the creative and economic potential of industrial robotics for millions more businesses entrepreneurs and developers and by creating software that will make industrial robots quote easier to use less costly and more flexible and quote. Robotics have been an obsession at google for years. But the company's efforts have been unfocused and have yet to produce any commercial hits in two thousand thirteen. Google went on a shopping spree for robots buying seven companies and roughly six months including shaft a japanese firm known for bipedal robots boughten dali makers of very cool viral videos and boston dynamics which needs no introduction. The effort was named replicant. And headed. By andy rubin and executive who co founded the android mobile operating system over the years though. No news emerged from replicant. And google either sold off or shut down most of its acquisitions. Why partly because robots are hard to make and not very profitable but also because of rubin's departure from the company in two fourteen after being accused of sexual misconduct which google kept secret at the time. Since replicates failure the company has focused more on the software side of things using machine learning to teach robots to manipulate objects without direct supervision. This place into google strengths and will apparently be intrinsic focus. Going
"dali" Discussed on The View
"Welcome back dolly. Parton is helping. Her husband create his seventy fifth birthday by making something she promised to do. When she turned seventy five take a look did for his birthday and photo. Shoot in this little and i had a cover made of the new dali. What are the old new dali and in the first one saying remember this. I was kind of little butterball in that. One will string cheese now but he'll probably think i'm cream cheese. I hope anyway. I'm going to surprise. I'm going into them in my little bernie suit. Megan your big dali fan as we all are. What are you thinking about this. Does this look tempting to do well. Not for me. I think the dolly parton is one of the things that can get all americans. It doesn't matter what side of the political aisle you're on where you're from. Everybody loves dolly parton. It's amazing and she's dressing up sexy for carl. Who by the way her husband. That does not make public appearances with her today. They're very separate he. Let's her do what she wants. He's very private. So i love that. She did that and show that but i mean good on her. I can't imagine putting a bunny outfit on today. Let alone when i'm seventy five joy. How about you can we see pictures of. Perhaps you n. a bunny alfred. For one of steve's birthdays what they. I didn't wear a bunny suit on his five years old on easter. I'm not going to wear a bunny suit now. But good luck dali sarah. What about what about you sarah. I just love this. I love all things dolly parton. I love their relationship. I love even the ownership of her body that she reinvent this as a gift. There's not like one bad layer to this I don't think i'm exactly the bunny type. But if i did do it i'd go big in costume. I'd like a cow or something with others. Like i did that and marching band. Ones like i kind of take it a totally different route if i- costumed up that's more use better. What about you sunny any dark chocolate in the future for manning's low light chocolate my my bad light child. We make it to fifty seven years of marriage which is how long dali parton has been married man. Manny can get anything he wants. He wants me to vote. I wearing the bunny suit. I mean i just. I just think it's wonderful that she's doing that for her partner. She is such a vaccine warrior. That i love all things dolly parton. All things as my friend would say that you know the dog would say try to call them wear it. We'll be right back..
"dali" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Adams and dna have also appeared in his work as well in the fifties and sixties dali developed into a full blown media. Personality is waxed upturn. Mustache became his calling card. He would frequently appear on television in europe and the united states in the nineteen fifties. He appeared as a guest on the tv game. Show what's my line and answered. Yes almost every question asked of him by the panel in the nineteen sixties. He began to work on his theater. Slash museum in his hometown of gary's in one thousand nine hundred as his health began to deteriorate. His wife passed away in one thousand nine hundred and in the same year he was given a title of nobility by the king of spain. Juan carlos the marquee dali pupil on january twenty third nineteen eighty-nine dolly passed away at the age of eighty four. He's buried in a crypt of his own design at his museum and figueras only four hundred meters from the place he was born. Dali's legacy was wide-reaching. Andy warhol credited him with being a huge influence on pop art. He dabbled in almost every form of art from novels to theater to film as well as of course sculpture and painting. Today there are not one but two museums dedicated to his work his own museum and various and also one in saint petersburg florida dolly was an arrogant self promoter but he was also unquestionably brilliant and one of the most important artists of the twentieth century associate producer of everything everywhere daily. Is thor thomsen. If you'd like to support the show please donate over at patriotair dot com. There is content only available to supporters merchandise and even opportunities for a show producer. Credit if you know someone you think would enjoy the show. Please share it with them. Also remember if you leave a five star review. I'll read a review on the show. One never knows what to expect from my next guest He has to say the least and unusual man He has a new collection of twelve original graphics that are called memories of surrealism which will be available shortly at the allen rich galleries here in new york. We're seeing some of those later in the show and we will certainly be seeing him. He is One of the most colorful people. I know is another word. That's been implied but He's a man who went said about himself. The only difference between myself and a madman is that i am not mad. We'll see when you welcome. Please salvador dali..
"dali" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Domingo philippa kinko dolly dome rich was born in one thousand nine hundred four. In the town of figueras north of barcelona his parents were solidly middle class and his father was an attorney. His parents also had a son which was born before salvador. Who died at the age of to just nine months before he was born. The name of this child was also salvador given the name of his older brother and the timing of his desk just nine months before he was born. Salvador grew up hearing stories about how he was the reincarnation of his brother his deceased brother was something he obsessed about his entire life and his brother would make appearances and several of his future works of art. He had an early interest in art is supported by his parents. At the age of twelve year attended the municipal drawing school and forget and at eighteen. He attended the royal academy of arts in madrid. It was here that he began to exhibit many of the characteristics which would define him later on. It was extremely well dressed highly eccentric and begin to show an interest in von card art. He developed a habit of going to the pro museum every sunday to study the masters and practices drawing technique. He would continue to visit the product throughout his life and considered it the greatest museum in the world. He began studying cubist artists and at the age of twenty one. He had his first exhibition of his work. In madrid in may nineteen twenty five. He contributed eleven paintings for a group exhibition which received positive reviews in november that year. He had his first. solo exhibition. Is work was a mixture of avant-garde cubism and traditional realism. In nineteen twenty six. He met his idol picasso in paris. Who had heard good things about the artist. At this time he left the academy of art without technically graduating and began to create work influenced by the surrealist. School surrealism was an art movement. That created images that came from dreams or from the unconscious mind. Unlike other modern art movements which abstracted images most surrealist paintings were not abstract a horse for example would look like a horse and not a bunch of cubes representing a horse like in cubism however. The subjects were put in scenes. That didn't really make any sense in reality. Sort of like how your dreams might have their own internal logic. That doesn't make any sense. Once you wake up in one thousand nine twenty nine dali worked with one of his art school classmates louis brunell to create a short film called sheen and allow. The movie was only twenty one minute long and was silent. It was one of the first surrealist films ever created and it's actually considered a landmark in cinema. There's no conventional plot. It's a collection of clips that are otherwise disjointed and its best known for its opening montage of an eye cutting to the image of a moon and then a razor blade cutting through the i. The film was a surprising hit. Brunell claim that he had put rocks in his pocket for the premiere throwback at the crowd if they got violent brunell went on to have a fifty year career in filmmaking dali during this period began to grow his trademark thin mustache and met the woman he would later marry the russian ten years senior gala. He began to develop the technique which he became famous for called the paranoiac critical method. This involved the use of optical illusions and images within images in one thousand nine hundred eighty one. He created perhaps his most famous painting the persistence of memory. It's best known for his images of melting clocks and this image today is on display the museum of modern art.
Dollywood with Amber Davis
"Impossible to talk about dollywood without mentioning dolly parton then in are both big fans. She is a prolific songwriter. I think a lot of people would be shocked to know all the songs that she's written for other entertainers on her own. She sold more than one hundred million albums worldwide. We could honestly do a show several podcasts. Just don't hurt. She butts alone. She's amazing businesswoman and humanitarian her literacy program. Which all three of my kids have taken advantage of dali pardons imagination library which is a part of the dollywood foundation males one book per month to each and roll child from the time of their birth until they enter kindergarten. Currently over sixteen hundred. Local communities provide the imagination library to almost eight hundred fifty thousand children each live across the us canada uk. Australia and ireland. It's amazing she also helped to find one of the covid nineteen vaccines so i mean i could go on and on about dali yes. We absolutely could. Let's bring it back to the theme park. Dollywood was opened in one thousand nine hundred eighty six and one of the really interesting things about this. Is that for all its growth and offering of thrill rides. The park still retains a lot of history in roots. The park now known as dollywood has gone by several other names throughout the years and it still pays homage to the older parts. There are four years in the modern park river town junction. The village country fair in craftsman. Bali dollywood offers a fully functional. Gristmill where you can get incredible cinnamon bread and rolls and a fully functional chapel. That was actually named after the doctor. That delivered dolly truly. This is a part where you can ride some incredible thrill rides and get a glimpse back in time. So talk more about dollywood with us. We welcome amber. Davis publicist for dollywood amber. Welcome to the show. Thanks so much for having me and we really appreciate you coming on chatting with us. So robin our both. We're going to confess it. Where such huge fans of dolly. So can you talk about what her influence in the park. Looks like it could be major things or just simple touch here and there. Just give us a break. Yeah absolutely. I mean who doesn't love dali if you know anything else are dolly. We claim. She has a national treasure every believes she's just about as genuine as they come. We do see dolly from time to time so it's neat that the park not only bears her name. But there's there's things around that just remind you of who she is and what she means to a community here and at large but start dollywood really was her vision and so it's her. Her name is on it. She has the managing partners who know the theme. Park world but dolly. She really started this park to bring more people to the area to create jobs. And she's done both of those things so just the very welcoming nature of the park in a. We've were proud. Always tell people. Were the friendliest park. We won that award so many times that they actually retired at so now have the best park experience award from the golden ticket amusement today awards dolly wants us to be welcoming into you. See that and just the. The charm of the park itself are host week. We actually call our employees hosts because people who come our guest and so everyone who works there were hosting you so it again. In the culture in the nature of of who we are dollywood. You're going to see There's there's actually if you want to come for the dalai factor. You're gonna find dolly. There's a whole museums. Actually a fantastic museum chasing rainbows. It has things one of the things. We like to joke about dolly. Never throw anything away whether it's warehouse in nashville or if it's at dollywood we've got our hands on just really neat things. I mean her birth certificate and a replica of the coat of many colors. Actually it's a replica. Because you know. Intrigue fashion was continued to be handed down so that code is is longtime because it was down the many more kids after dolly but Her mom made another one for on us to put on display. So you're gonna see the coat of many colors. You're going to see movies threats and costumes from her movies. You're going to see you know dresses. Steve warranty to award ceremonies. You're going to see her awards museums. Fantastic there's also a replica of her. We like to call it the tennessee mountain home. So if you don't know dolly was one of or is one of twelve children so she grew in a very small home and so we need to put that in the context of walking through this house credible. You're like how limped year. The beginnings replica of the home. In what i mean by replicated. Her brother built it. Her mother decorated it. So it's not the home. She grew up in. But it is true to representations of of dali's. You're gonna say you know things like that in the park. There's there's there's smaller things like a popular. Eatery is drive in will read is actually a nod to the very first place. Dolly parton had a hamburger so easter eggs. You know the pines theater another location. That people don't know but that's where she had her first concert. So there's lots of things throughout the park that it's not in your face dali if you want that there are different areas. Not the whole. It's not all dolly all the time. So there's there's a lot but you have to kind of know where you're looking. Yeah i remember go into dollywood way back might have been the early nineties and then just recently. My daughter's chorale group went for to sing at dollywood. And i was shocked at all of the roller coasters. I mean there are rides galore. Can you talk a little bit. About what kinds of rides and attractions are dollywood. Mentioned some of it but talk about more than rides and stuff. Yeah you know. A lot of people don't realize that jolly win actually is a fantastic coaster park. You know a lot of people Thinking oh it's it's probably small little entertainment park actually does quite a few of the the big name coasters that the coaster enthusiasts talking about so yet we have our parking one hundred sixty acres. And we've got eight bay coasters so we've got lightning rod which you know we love and we're very proud to to reintroduce this year. I had lots of work in the off. Season practically brand new track thunderhead. That's a wooden coaster while eagle was the first wing coaster in the state So we liked to go. After unique rides we have fire chaser. Express which is a considered a family coaster. The reason is considered family is because it has a very low height requirements. Thirty nine inches. My actually two little boys and both of them were writing. Fire taser express when they were three. So you know on a coaster is kinda crazy but it's a fun unique ride. It launched as you out of the station forward but then by the time you're ending the ride you get launched backward. So that's it's a dual launch coaster. So that's a lot of fun so we we look for a lot of the The rides that are unique or that offer something that people haven't experienced
Digital artwork sells for record $69M at Christie's
"A digital artwork has set a new record at christie's selling for sixty nine point. Three million dollars that's higher than bids for artwork by frida kahlo and salvador dali. Our ceylan off says the collage by artist. People also set a record for the non fungible token market. She'll explain simply put an. Nf nafta is just this digital token that conveys ownership. so you can think of f. as digital collectibles the idea is that you have this asset online and there is only one owner of it and because of that that gives it some level of scarcity it gives it some value where it gets more technical is the fact that that authenticity is guaranteed through information conveyed on blockchain which is the same technology that underlies bitcoin. It's just saying here. Is these specific. Asset here's data. it was created. Here is the name of the work of art in this case. And here's all of that information preserved so that you can actually track who owns this digital asset because assets online. You know if you have an image you can share it. You can make an. Mimi can do all sorts of things with it and there really hasn't historically been one owner and this lets you do that.
New GPT-3 Models Can Generate Images From Text
"Open a has introduced two new. gpt three models. The first is called clip. Which can classify images and categories from arbitrary text. The second is more interesting. It's doll e which can generate images entirely from snippets of text coding. The it technology review for all gpt threes flair. Its output can feel untethered from reality as if it doesn't know what it's talking about that's because it doesn't by grounding text and images researchers at open a and elsewhere are trying to give language models a better grasp of the everyday concepts that humans used to make sense of things dolly and clip. Come at this problem from different directions. At first glance clip contrasted language image. Pre-training is yet another image recognition system. Except that it has learned to recognize images not from labeled examples in curated data sets most existing models do but from images and their captions from the internet. It learns what's in an image from a description rather than a one word labels such as cat or banana clip is trained by getting it to predict which caption from a random selection of thirty. Two thousand captions is the correct one for a given image to work this out. Clip learns to link a wide variety of objects with their names and the words that describe them this then let's it identify objects in images outside. It's training set. Most image recognition systems are trained to identify certain types of objects such as faces in surveillance videos or buildings in satellite images. Like gpt three clip can generalize across tasks without additional training. It is also less likely than other state of the art image recognition models to be led astray by adversarial examples which have been subtly altered in ways that typically confused algorithms even though humans might not notice a difference instead of recognizing images dolly which i'm guessing is a wally slash dolly pun draws them. This model is a smaller version of. Gpt three that has also been trained on text image pairs taken from the internet. Given a short natural language captions such as a painting of a capybaras sitting in a field at sunrise or a cross section view of a walnut dali generates lots of images that match it dozens of capybaras of all shapes and sizes in front of orange and yellow backgrounds. Row after row of walnuts though. Not all of them in cross section and quote. The results are apparently striking. Maybe not as striking as when gt. Three i got everyone's attention a few months ago in the show notes. There's a link to the open. Ai blog where they show you examples of what this ai can achieve. You can also use the tool. Apparently to generate your own images. Sam altman had it draw an illustration of baby shark in a wizard hat wielding a blue light. Saber and it did it though. Apparently the tool was neutered. Just a bit. So people couldn't produce porn with it still as daniel rack tweeted quote. People think is coming for truck drivers first boy. Do i have news for you and quote and as a laser. You'd hausky tweeted quote. Consider this your notice. If you're a manga artist you have and years left before you're out of a job. I wish that i had any grasp whatsoever of how to relate to announcements like these my initial sense is an equals to wisely adjusted upwards to actually after the end of the world and quote
Retail therapy is great, but returns can take the fun out of it
"In this pandemic shopping online way way more than we ever have. And sometimes we want to return things. We by which can be a hassle with shipping and restocking fees and printing out. Return labels with the printers. Definitely all have at home. This holiday season some retailers are trying to make returns easier like employees at simon malls will process returns for brands like levi's gap. So all you have to do is go to a mall. Kiosk with your item and qr code but as annoying as online returns can be for us. They might be worse for the retailers. Cerita dali is a retail analyst at forrester. She says when you return something you bought online it usually goes back to a warehouse and then the retailer has to decide what to do with it and either it will go to potentially what we call jobbers who buy the merchandise for cents on the dollar or it could get destroyed. If it's not in re salable condition out the other scenario. Is that if it actually is in resale condition. They need to think about whether they're going to mark it down or whether they're going to sell it. Put it back on the shelf at full price. It sounds like a lot of decisions to make a lot of decisions and that's why over the years. There's been a lot of return software. That's been created to try to keep track of all this stuff and try to create some consistency around the process. And does that software work. It can software make these kinds of decisions about. Should we accept this sweater back and should we resell it or destroyed or whatever to some degree. I mean there's some information that software can provide. It can let you know how much of the inventory is actually still being sold. It can tell you. is it a really hot item. And it's highly likely that there's a good chance that it could sell again at full price if you were to put it on the shelf but there's still a level of human interaction that's necessary. I mean somebody has to inspect the merchandise and assess whether it's been warning or you know. Is there a stain on it. Or is the tag missing because all of that can impact things like the sale ability and the salvage ability of that merchandise so it sounds like getting online returns that are mailed back to you as a retailer. That sounds like a pretty expensive process. Oh yeah i mean it's expensive to ship and then it's kind of equally more expensive to return because you could not only do you have to pay for the shipping back which many retailers often do but then kind of you could be losing the salvage ability if it's not in resale lable condition. So that's why some of the i would say. The stingiest retailers often don't pay return shipping. Because they are trying to dissuade you from returning altogether and others may even charge a restocking fee in addition to you know kind of making you pay return shipping to really really discourage you from returning that merchandise. I mean it sounds like retailers are really been trying to figure this out to hack this process right and make returns easier for them and for us And also cheaper for them. Are there any other ways. They're doing that are weezer using technology to do it. Well i mean the the cheapest return is the return. That never happens right. So having more accurate sizing charts having more accurate photography. The closer that you can be to. The actual product is and simulate the lighting and the coloring so that it actually looks like what ship that's the ideal And that can reduce returns to one of the number one reasons that people return either clothing or homegoods anything kind of aesthetic is typically because the item was not pictured as what was ultimately sent. The things that you mentioned retailers are doing on their websites to try to give customers a better sense of a product before they buy. Do you think that that'll work this year that it'll at least help. Keep the number of returns down one. The type of merchandise has changed. It's too much more casual. Wear to start with so that kind of merchandise is kind of. It's easier to fit than you know kind of work. Wear or kind of dress shoes. So that's something that is in favor of apparel merchants in particular to start with and then on top of that if you do put in more photographs more accurate photography you focus on your sizing charts and the accuracy of your sizing charts. You're collecting ratings and reviews from customers that are giving their comments on the size and fit of of the merchandise. All of that is good and it doesn't hurt sales and it doesn't hurt the the accuracy of the information that you're you're providing so i do think that it should help managing returns even though e commerce is grown.
Genetic Engineering in Animal Agriculture
"Welcome to the talking biotech. The weekly podcast but agriculture and medicine with an emphasis on biotechnology. And the good things we can do for people and the planet. My name's kevin polka. I'm your podcast host and western plant biology coming to you from archer florida on the exotic farm and we're going to talk about animal. Agriculture and how biotechnology has or maybe hasn't been able to improve animal agriculture. And we're speaking with dr mark west susan. He's a professor at texas a and m. veterinary medicine in the area. Physiology and pharmacology. So i've been trying to get him on the podcast for about five years and here he is finally so welcome to the podcast dr west. Houston thank you so much can. Yeah this is really cool. Because you're you've been Not just involved in your research work at in your research directly with animal genetic engineering and working with different projects but you also have a very good sense of what's happening. Globally in animal agriculture. So i really wanted to get an idea you know. What is the current state of genetic engineering across livestock and livestock pertaining to the four legged. Ones you know. Maybe not chickens. But we've covered a few on the podcast. But what are the current agricultural animals that are being improved with genetic engineering techniques. Kevin so i would say that almost every livestock species that you can imagine or think of including chickens as you mentioned but if you think about sheep goats cattle pigs and even to some extent horses Our genetic modifications that scientists are looking into to benefit either the animals themselves and or the products that they produce for us. So it's it's it certainly has a lot of potential and there's a lot of work going on in in with all all the different species. Will you named a few different species there. And as a general rule. How is transformation. Don is it the same from goats sheeps pigs horses or is there. Something unique about you know. Different wants the general methodology that she used for genetic modification animals or gene. Editing is essentially the same. And i would say that with the new technologies that we have involving crisper cast meghan. Nuclear aces It can be as simple as collecting an embryo at the one cell stage injecting it with the necessary molecular tools and then Transferring that embryo back into a recipient female to produce genetically modified animal. If the if the modification that you're looking for is more complicated or say you want a very specific promoter on it you want it. The gened only expressed or the the outcome of the of the modification to only show up in a particular tissue. Say milk or something like that then sometimes the modification. The complication of it would require that you would take a cell line Genetically modified the cell line and then do some screening and genetically modified again until you got the proper cell line then use that with nuclear transplantation cloning to produce the desired genotype that looking for but essentially it's the technologies are the same across species. The differences come up a really in controlling the reproductive cycle is the old the older technologies that have been around for a long time I think that that tend to sometimes throw a monkey wrench into the projects. In i worked for instance i work quite a bit on For years on dogs and if anyone wanted to Genetically modified dog is kind of. we're not talking livestock species but the reproductive tract is quite a bit are the reproductive cycle is a lot different and so they can become a lot more challenging. Where do you get the ovaries. Where do you get the embryos how synchronized different things like that. Okay so i. I see that. It's probably kind of the same across most of our barnyard animals. But so let's start with sheep. I really don't know much about sheep i haven't heard much about it. But what approaches are current. What is the problem in sheep first of all and what's being done to solve that problem. There's really no problem with sheep. I think there's a left. Oh i would call it a leftover kind of thought that she difficult to work with because dali was one of the You know first sheep that was cloned and if you look at sheep from a standpoint of clowning they are. They do seem to be very difficult. And i don't think anyone really knows why they seem to be a species. That for some reason The efficiency of cloning doesn't work it. It just doesn't work very well if you compare that. For instance the cattle. Are you compared it to go to some of the other species is just. It's hard to clownish eat. But if you if you get out of the cloning aspect and you say i'm just wanna do genetic editing. We've we've done a lot of genetic editing and cheapen. It works very well. We we use the process. As i said earlier where we just collect embryos at the one cell stage we take them into the laboratory inject our crisper cast to do the modification. We wanted walk back over to the unit. The surgery unit transform back into the cheapen and produced a large number of genetically edited a shape. Genetics are in my lab. The we were looking at was to create a bu- a model for bone disease. And i want to say we obtain like seventy five percent
Dolly Parton partly funded Moderna Covid vaccine research
"Parton is being credited by the folks on twitter with helping find a vaccine for covid nineteen earlier this year dali announced she was donating one million dollars to nashville vanderbilt hospital to help advance the research. Being done for a vaccine it turns out. Vanderbilt was part of the madonna. Trials and madonna just announced their experimental vaccine had ninety five percent rate of positivity in human trials. They showed a graph of where the money came from. A huge chunk of it was dolly glow. I'm just happy that anything odd do can help somebody else. Donated the money to the covid fund. I just wanted it to do good and evidently a pure real. So
"dali" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"With everything that's going on I'm just trying to get back on my feet. So sorry but duck diving's kind of now that we have to pay for it is kind of just on the back burner and such a sort of extracurricular and it can it can cost quite a bit of money to go rent a pool for an hour or two hours so. And for the people listening that haven't heard Dr driving before only give it just a very brief five. Dock diving is kind of what it sounds like was water-based sport and they jump off the dock with. Size, fools I don't know if it's different in different countries, but at least here it's. I wanted I don't know what the Max size length of the pool is I can't remember, but it's pretty it's like three feet deep but it's a really long pool and your goal kind of with regular jet dock diving is to just. Set your dog at the end of the dock and then throw a toy. Can to see how far your dog can go and the most like really basic terms. There's a bunch of different little sports within it like they have like a thing that will like like, Dali, that will hold the toy above the pool and you can send your dog off to that swim races. And stuff like that. But just the most basic thing that we did was just tossed in the toy into the water and see how far your dog can go and certain classes like they break it up by how many feet. So like your toys class you know will jump within a certain foot range, your junior senior, your master, whatever it will all be within a certain distance range would be that class so. And he enjoys being in the water at other places will. Now. He hates water he but. He loves the toy more than he hates water. The dogs Scott Toy drive so What about what about washing? He he as it he'll tolerate it but he's like, why are you doing this to me? You're torturing me on a like it. He'll tolerate it won't fight it, but it's definitely not as favourite. Problem at all I'm. SORTA got an eastern a favorite walks and things that he likes to do out on the on the walks. I am a bad dog owner. I don't walk my dogs I very rarely dogs..
What It Was Like to Interview Shima Oliaee
"Hello and welcome to fight podcasting the show in which. Discuss their craft I'm your host Sky Pillsbury. This is a post show episode in which two very special guests will talk to me about last week's episode in which I interviewed Dolly Pardons America producer. Mo only if you haven't heard that episode, I recommend going back and listening to it before you listen to this one that way, our conversation may make a little bit more sense. Today on the show I have with me, the two people most likely to remember my obsession with Dolly Parton. My wonderful parents welcome to the show, mom and Dad Hey. Hi there. Thank you so much for saying yes. Welcome On this kind of show you guys get to ask me questions. I have the first question here ready to go all right dad. Right. Do you feel a part of dollars America? That is a really good question Yes, I think am I mean I must be one hundred percent because I'm a fan, so I think by default that makes me part of her America, because you know I know who she is. I adore her like so many others. Of course that begs the question like what is Dolly, Parton America, and I think one of the points that she made in last week's episode was that Dolly is sort of this prison for everyone else's story? And I'm not sure that I have a particular story to tell but I think that the aura surrounding Dolly is sort of like. Everyone can be part of it. No matter what walk of life you come from and so I guess in that regard. Be Part of Dolly Parton America. She talked about the feelings of otherness enduring during her show. Do you resonate with that at all? I probably don't if I'm being really honest and. That's because I am very privileged in my life, so you know I am female. I'm white. I've had opportunities that many many people don't get to have. I went to college. I got a good job after college. I sort of did the things that I expected I would do. Thus far in my life. But I think that the way that I can relate with that was what Shima said about how she and Chad are both first generation Americans and you are a first generation American, Dad. And so you know what it made me think, and even in the show, because during the show Jad talks about how her dollies Tennessee Mountain home, reminds his father of his home. Overseas, you know of course I couldn't help but think about our family home in northern Finland, so of course I thought about like the listener. Any listener to this doesn't know is that I grew up going to Finland with you every summer and you know spending many many many many days. Not Whole Lot to do kind of like the countryside of Finland in this tiny town with a population of eight hundred people, where almost no one spoke English, and then of course I would spend a lot of time in Helsinki as well where people did, but you know I remember the excitement that I had the day that you got your citizenship when we were living in Hawaii. I remember you wore a suit and that was a big deal because you were is most of the time. So. You know I remember that feeling, but I don't ever feel I can't say that I ever felt other, but I. Think I knew that you at times felt authored. What about you? Well I guess what I was wondering about is. Dolly is also a what I would call a country girl. you got to know people who were definitely from the country, not from the city. That's true. Maybe I speculate that that may have had something to do with your level of comfort with Dali. Oh. That's interesting. Also expressed some interest in Loretta Lynn during that time. I loved Laura Adeline and I think I I remember i. read the Book About Her. Was the book called? Coal, miner's daughter, I don't know. I did identify with those two, but I don't know I can't like point to a memory where I connected those two things myself. You Know My love for them like I. Really Loved Donna Summer at the same time. She's not from the country and I think honestly I think. They spoke to my infatuation with Glamour, and even though I knew that they were from the country. It's sort of like they were like these unimaginable. Creatures all three of those women. They were like such a shiny thing, and then I love the music and I love to dance, but I think that I always had an interest in people who are different than me, and that's why like when we were in the countryside in Finland like I could hang out with Vinnie me. Who is the violin player? You know for hours or make friends with the girl who lived across the street Rita, even though we. We didn't speak the same language, and like really enjoy those people because it was like exposing me to this completely different way of life. You know just a way of life that I wasn't familiar with and I think that in a way Dali Donna. It sort of showed me a completely different slice of
"Michael Dip Aleida was born in Philadelphia Pennsylvania on December eighteen, nineteen seventy. But the parents struggled with drug addiction, which led to mock obeying raised by his grandparents. MARKLE developed his own substance abuse problems during early adolescence, and at the age of fifteen, he was admitted to a Rehab facility. Following his release, he maintained sobriety for five and a half years, and worked as not cancel at the same treatment sent out where he drew saved hell. He relapsed in his early twenties and spent the next few years in and dad of Rahab and began dealing crack cocaine. Michael eventually relocated to Florida and began working as a telemarketer for several different companies. His job involved cold, calling potential investors to sell gold coins and foreign currency. And Natural Sows Ben Michael thrived in this line of work at one point earning around two hundred thousand dollars in an eighteen month period. However the siles worse game in which the telemarketing companies would keeping clients investment money. When this games inevitably fell apart, Michael set up a cold cooling scheme of his own. Into thousand two, he was arrested and delighted, convicted of unlicensed tele-marketing communications, fraud and grand theft, and was sentenced to two years prison. He was released in two thousand five with an extended probationary period of twenty years, and ordered to pay a total of two hundred and nineteen thousand dollars in restitution to his victims. A payment schedule was set up in which Michael would contribute monthly installments over the course of his twenty eight year probation. He was also required to report to his parole officer once a month to provide details regarding where he was living who he was living with what car he was driving and how much income he made. His home and vehicle could be searched without prior warning at any time, and he was forbidden from leaving. Palm Beach County in southeast, Florida with the AD obtaining prior approval from the parole office. Upon, his release from prison, markle moved in with these. Go Friend Maria. He immediately started using drugs again, which prompted Maria to end their relationship? Determined to get so about once, and for all markle stopped using and begin attending support meetings and canceling. He secured a job at an online marketing company and reconciled with Maria, and the two were married in July of two thousand seven. Afraid of ever returning to prison Michael cooperated with these parole conditions and maintained his sobriety. He developed a stable retain starting h morning with the Noli Session at the gym before heading off to work. In late, two, thousand seven, he started his own online marketing company. Mad Media, which solved I'd bananas and search engine optimization services to help clients direct more traffic to their websites. The company's initial success was hindered by the global financial crisis of Thursday night, not mad media to end a decent profit regardless and avoided markle comfortable lifestyle that catered to his expensive tastes. By October of two thousand eight, he's marriage had started crumbling. Maria was out of town when Kobe introduced him to Eros Dot Com a website that advertised sex work services. As detailed in the book poison candy by Elizabeth. Parker! Michael contact a sex work I need Dali, Muhammad and to the to organized to meet that evening. Markle was immediately attracted to up. Who was the daughter of Peruvian and digestion parents? She was born in New York, but raised in Boynton beach along with her younger brother and sister. The parents had divorced when she was seventeen. The which she lost contact with her father, but maintained a close relationship with her mother, two siblings and her mother's extended family. At the age of nineteen, Dali started sex work and spent several years running message policy in south Florida and California. She was also a law since Thrilla Stygian and worked part time as a real taw. Markle and Dahlia had a common and instantly hit it off.
Bitcoin Is Struggling - I Am Steering Clear
"On and actually subscribe. That you'll get to go through the market live and Just show you what's going on so I really do encourage you to get across to try to cope. Youtube page. Followed all subscribe on site and Click on those notifications. So you know when it's coming three softening Australia nation standard time you be getting the low down as to what is going on. So what exactly is going on? Well O. J. Have you ever been on the water when you like if you've been for several And you've been you know there's a big Y you've been smashed and pushed down Dave and you don't know which way's up you completely disoriented And you just don't know what's going on that looks like a mock it right now with scrambling trying to get to the surface which is up. So that's the bulls right with with trying really hard but was stuck in this bloody Whitewater keeps on tumbling is intending as pomace. We haven't had the ball yet so you don't even know where the bottom is with. Y'All hang on a second I. I can't even push off the bottle which why am I going in other words? The market looks confused and vein. Speaking about how can fuse. It's looked for a little while last week. We certainly saw a confused market and look like you know we talk. Throw it out point. Two point four point Nanda Dali soul that while we've seen a little bit more quickly coming into a little more volatility but we certainly haven't seen more confirmed direction. I can tell you that much. Full freight bitcoin a closed the session yesterday. It closed down four point one five percent now. What does that mean well? Much mile as we currently sort of banging around Twain to couple of levels of pretty messy regions. Seventy four and sixty six hundred. That's the Soda. Rage is that we will looking to bash between the minute. So we've got a good one hundred dollars of Ryan that but it's an ugly range. All at the trend fully hypermobility series of strategies. That are the trend following and the probabilities increase the more time frames that you have an agreement so wrought now what's the daily trend doing Baga Role. What's the weekly Trend Doing? Well pulled back up into that cradles on thing that we need to get through their full from the. That's what's replying at. In the market at the moment as far as the way the markets and the low of the time will amid timeframes. It's very very uncertain bitcoin yesterday. Lock closed down. Full percent be closed at six thousand eight hundred thirty three. The theorem also down yesterday. Five point three nine percent wants a guy. There has been moving in big swings to bitcoin. So in its theorems going up. It's going up hard. I WANNA themes going down. It's going down a little bit harder a lot harder but it is definitely going out. Holla keep that in mind for those of you who are looking to try to your cats and he's sitting in bitcoin sitting in his theorem Take advantage over the last couple of weeks with those moves higher. I'd has definitely helped the belts I'm holding I was holding bitcoin now holding a theory of In that one particular county say and It's been it's been helping out quite nauseous. Keep that in mind. Yes downfall point three hundred percent. We closed at a low hundred and seventy tools and forty cents. Were already two hundred. Seventy three seventy one today. Half an hour into the training day appeals had Dan. I three point nine on fought percent closing. Eighteen point one cents lot resistance in nineteen point is still. There is still strong haning very tightly around at twenty seven o'clock now they might talk off right now. Bitcoin Cash Dan yesterday. Four point two percent closing at two hundred nineteen dollars and forty cents on the base. 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About Antonio Vivaldi
"Antonio that's Italian for Anthony. Vivaldi was born in Venice in sixteen. Seventy eight then as the city with all the canals wasn't a part of Italy then it was an independent republic. Some records say that nobody was the oldest of six children but some say his family had as many as nine kids. Vivaldi's father was a barber who also worked as a baker and as a violinist. Vivaldi learned to play the violin from his father. We've all got something else from his father. Flaming red hair back then when a family had a lot of kids and not much money at least one boy usually became a priest. So that's what Vivaldi did. And because of his hair they called him the red priests somewhere along the line. We've all probably studied with musicians. Who worked at Saint Mark's Cathedral in Venice after awhile possibly because he had asthma? Vivaldi gave up the priestly. Duty of saying mass. Since Vivaldi couldn't do what priests normally did he started teaching music at the UH spit. La Della Pieta from the US Ballet de la. Piazza was not a hospital. It was an orphanage that was originally connected with a hospital. So that's where the name Auspey Dali came from. All the residents of the orphanage were female so volley taught and led an all girl orchestra bar people all over Europe heard about what great musicians Valdis students were. No one visited Venice without going to hear them perform their concerts. Where a huge tourist attraction? One of the most intriguing things about those concerts was that you couldn't see the musicians. Because they were hidden when they performed the audience just heard heavenly music coming from behind a fancy metal screen. Make It only guess what the girls looked like? Yvonne de worked at the speedometer. Della Pieta off and on mostly on for almost forty years composing religious music for his students to sing and hundreds of concertos for them to play. He wrote concertos all kinds of instruments but soon trumpets even mandolins at the same time. The valley had another musical career going writing operas. The valley is even more famous now than he was in his lifetime but his music was only rediscovered in the last fifty years or so. Today it's hard to turn on the television without hearing Vivaldi's music in some commercial or other especially the concertos spring from a set of violin concertos called the four seasons
In His Own Home: The Ted Ammon Story
"Robert Theodore Ammon was born in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania to Steal Executive Bob Ammon and his wife Betty Lee he news. The first son was born two years after his big sister Sandy. His parents called him teddy and in his got older Ted. The Ammon family had that collect nineteen fifties upper middle class lifestyle. Betty Lee stayed home with sandy and Teddy Betty Lee was an intelligent strong woman who encouraged the two children to be competitive and work hard in school. A school turned out to be pretty easy for Ted who is a pretty bright guy but he also had a photographic memory so so steadying was very easy for him when he was in the eighth grade. His father was transferred East Aurora New York to be in charge of a steel plant. Yes so this was the ideal family. This is how I picture your childhood. The almonds had their family dinner every night followed by homework and they'd go to their various sporting events. Let's Boban was Ted's Little League Baseball coach to Ted was also on the swimming team and he grew up to be very athletic reaching an adult height of six six foot. Four so very tall in high school. Of course Ted was on the football team but he was different than a lot of the jokes because he played the piano quite well and he got excellent grates. He did have several girlfriends throughout his teen years being both a jock in academic he was widely Popular Sandy. His sister would say that she and Ted had wonderful childhoods and as adults they did remain. Close here a bit. He did pretty well in high school. uh-huh here he is an athlete and a break. Y- Y yeah. He had a lot going for him but he heard let girlfriends well. I don't know about a Ladda. He he had several. Okay yeah her nose a lot more than several several more than a lot a lot more than several several psych a handful allot what is dozens. Okay that's the way it is in my brain her think you're embellishing a little bit. But that's okay. It's just how I see it. Subjective now now the other half of this equation that will be talking about his generous rand. Her upbringing was far more complicated than Ted's generous his mother. Marie was born to a California farmer and his wife. Maria is acute moody little girl. She did actually join a convent for a year and then decided it wasn't working for her to during World War. Two Marie was a pretty much a party girl. She went out dancing and drinking. Sometimes Nice flighty. Sometimes the slug some family members who were worried that she might be suffering from some mental illness like manic depression but Marie had no desire to seek mental until health. Help Murray's father died just a few years before her mother died of cancer and that left Marie dependent on her older brother. So Marie married a soldier. They had two children but she was negligent. Mother and her children were taken from her and she got divorced she then Mary Clearance Rand. Who is another soldier and this is a few years later? Right submarine clearance had a daughter named Dally but Marie went back to partying while Dolly was still a toddler so oh Dolly was left with family members while Marie would drink and dance and meet new men she met an Italian man named Generoso and had a short lived affair with him mm-hmm in her long beach apartment and after about a week of hooking up Generoso was out of marine life went back to Italy but then she found out that she was pregnant agnete and it wasn't by her husband so Marie wrote to general so and told him about her pregnancy but he never responded so her fourth child who she did give. Her husband's last name was named Jennifer Rosa after her father but Maria didn't take long to return to her partying ways family members didn't call generosity by her given name either because a lot of them knew that this child had been named after this Italian guy they called her gen or Joe she became very close with her older sister. Dolly after Marie began to leave the two home alone to go out and have fun again. So Generoso was four and Allie was seven when they moved to oceanside California with their mother. Their uncle Al was also divorced by then he lived in a ground floor apartment in a three family house that he had purchased. There were tenants on the third floor and Marie and her two daughters were allowed to live on the second floor without paying rent summary even hired in English housekeeper who acted as a baby sitter for her. Two girls in the housekeeper was kind signed to the girls as time went on they really began to prefer the housekeeper to their own mother. But things didn't go well. The childhood just continued to be problematic. Matic Little Generoso was sexually molested as a child by a man who were mother had trusted as a family friend and then the English housekeeper was fired by her. HYUNG-CHOL AL for having men to the House so quite a mess it sure is and it gets messier. Two years after all this Murray felt a lump in her breast within a couple of years she had metastatic breast cancer which had reached her name. Anne Marie died when Generoso is just ten years old so chandelier she and Dolly. Her older sister went to live with her uncle. Al In the meantime he had remarried he lived in an exclusive Laguna Beach neighborhood. Dolly show general. Sir Sir Photo for biologic father. WHO's a sailor named Generoso? Now this is the first time generosity knew that her mother had not been married to her father and she. She resented her mother for lying to her for failing to protect her while sure but they said that from that time forward generoso was a different girl she it was determined to be strong and to be rich. She didn't ever want to have children of her own either. She decided that her mother's death had been a good thing and now she it was free to live a better life. Uncle Al's new wife on March was a smart and financially well off woman generosity admired her her and ended up having kind of special friendship with her March said that she wanted generosity to live with them but the house was really full and there was a a lot of friction between Genera and her cousins Generoso was prone to temper tantrums and she could be very jealous devious and manipulative in her mind. It was her way or no way in Dolly had been a fairly troubled teen also maybe not to the extent that China Rosa's but eventually Dolly was sent to live with her older half sister. Terry Terry's husband and their two kids and Santa Clara California an aunt. Marge had a rich friend who lived in Laguna beach with her husband and their two children. These folks had an eight bedroom house on a horse ranch so jane the woman who was living in house offer to adopt generosity and generous moved in with Jane and the family. She became very good at horseriding more than good actually. She competed shows and she even one ribbons. She also began to do well in school so seems like she's coming out of her Funchal Obita. She seemed to really thrive there. She learned to play the piano. She got braces to fix her teeth and she seemed to have things going pretty well. She had money she. Her loving parents foster parents appearance. Whatever and in a state with their own horace right? So you'd think everything was great and she could be quite charming coming but she was continuing to have a frightening temper big tantrums to whenever anything wasn't going her way and as generous entered late adolescence she had really changed from the sweet girl to a really rebellious troublemaker. In nineteen sixty seven. Jane Call generalises half sister Terry and told her that Generoso was causing trouble with the other. Kids generous was demanding jealous and she just seemed like she could never have enough material possessions. Jane and her husband couldn't controller. They were really tired and kind of desperate to be relieved of her. Terry was well aware of how it felt to be abandoned. She'd had a similar childhood and she felt sympathy for her little sister so she agreed to take her in and and remember Terry was already parenting Dali. Her husband was a high school English teacher. who was very patient and good with the kids? Terry and her husband had two kids of their own two daughters Julian. Amy and their house was pretty comfortable. They had four bedrooms and two baths but it wasn't anything like the estate that generosity was coming from and it wasn't good enough for her. She was really unhappy about being there and became came angry and very resentful. She no longer lived on the estate and she had to leave her horse behind. That really pissed her off. Life wasn't fair to her. She she said and she was just kind of angry at the whole world. When Dolly was eighteen she got her own apartment in San Jose? She moved out of the House the Teri and her husband had Dolly soon became promiscuous and got herself into drugs. terrier also been sexually abused as a child and when Dolly moved out Terry became very depressed and as she sent deeper and deeper into depression. She generosity butted heads almost seemed like generous new. The Terry has some weaknesses and was using against her and then Terry's husband began Genaro says that influence on the younger daughters. They sire getting away with do things and they themselves got into trouble right so this is just difficult. And it ended up being really heartbreaking for Terry who had only wanted to help her sisters sisters but she and her husband finally had decide that they just couldn't handle generosity and terry wasn't feeling well. The house was just kind of getting out of control. They told generous that the situation wasn't working finally and she was given one month's notice to find a new place to live generosity. Orosa cried but Terry promise that they would continue to help her however they could and generosity finally said she understood but you know this was her fourth big rejection. She'd been abandoned by her mother. Her uncle Jane Reagan who owned The estate and now tearing her husband so she was sad but you know really building. This deep seated anger so generous ended up living with another family who were friends with her aunt and this family had two teenage daughters others of their own and they lived in Los Angeles so things are okay at this house for a while. The family found generous to be very creative and pretty talented anted artistically. But she was Moody's Hell.
"dali" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Used Dali owns the store across the street from where the incident happened he's disturbed by the heat and others are to actually get immunity toward that we leaving it in every community blacks man is so people is being out of control during the last few weeks of December police say there have been fourteen reporting assaults against Jewish people in New York City in some cases the victims have been punched kicked and have had anti semitic slurs at CBS reporter Karen Gillan reporting it's two oh wait let's check some businesses now with Bloomberg history she junkie in this edition of our series on companies to watch in the year ahead we look at the constellation brands the company that sells the most popular imported beers in the US metallo and corona was one game they rule that will never change lives in coronas and wine to go see your credit analyst at Bloomberg intelligence says that constellation beer sales are expected to grow about seven to nine percent in two thousand twenty well domestic beer makers will be lucky if they see any sales growth at all constellations also looking to cannabis for growth opportunities by March it expects to sell more than a billion dollars in low profit wine and spirits brands that's money that could be spent on expanding its investment in cannabis consolation owns almost thirty seven percent of Kennedy growth in December a consolation executive became the pot companies CEO which raises the odds consolation will some day own it all consolation brands one of Bloomberg businessweek's companies to watch in twenty twenty I'm Tracy junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news.
"dali" Discussed on The Zest
"Is the pastry chef at little midway the new dessert. Parlor from burn steakhouse if you missed our all access tour of burns earns you can go back and listen. It's on episode. Six Chef de cuisine. Hab Palm Day takes me through every nook and cranny of the restaurant and gives us some great advice vice for grilling a better steak. The Salvador Dali the museum in Saint Petersburg contains more than twenty four hundred works by that artist and the museums restaurant cafe. Gala pays homage to Dolly's native Spain with menu items like Serrano Ham Salad Spanish Omelette and Sangria. The Museum Chef Chuck Vandal recently cooked his way through Spain refining his techniques at Michelin Star restaurants. Chef Chuck is also an accomplished photographer. And the Dali Museum has turned his food photos into a mouth-watering exhibition called flavors of Spain. Our producer daily Cologne visited the museum for a conversation with chef. Chuck and with a cafe's manager Jennifer Fletcher when we talk about flavors of Spain or flavor profiles profiles. What are the key ingredients fresh and light and lots of Share is olive oils garlic garlic and herbs. What was your favorite thing you eight when you were there?.
"dali" Discussed on The Zest
"Yeah those are real strawberries. Strawberry's my favorite is on playing around. I'm Robin.
Thief Steals $20K Dali Print in Under a Minute in Broad Daylight
"And just thirty two seconds a man walks into a San Francisco art gallery in broad daylight and steals a famous piece of artwork this is a twenty thousand dollar Salvador Dali etching called burning giraffe here's a surveillance video that shows the guy stealing you can see here the gallery director says he watches Sunday afternoon stole the painting from an easel at the front of the art gallery what are they going to do with it really I don't know I mean obviously would have to be underground you know everyone knows the edition number and it's a famous piece so you'd have to have some pretty I don't know sketchy people to sell it to the etching is usually secured to the easel but somehow the locking cable were missing it's not clear if the man went into the store earlier can cut that cable
"dali" Discussed on KTRH
"County deputy Sundeep Dali wall in the back of the head during a traffic stop Friday his defense attorney had this to say groceries subdued and followed my instructions were not saying anything he's not acting out he's not belligerent which sometimes people are so lease was wanted on a parole violation when he murdered Dali wall he's due back in court next Monday the judge says he expects a lease to face the death penalty a candlelight vigil was scheduled for this evening for deputy Sundeep Dali wall he was one of the first officers in the country to be allowed to wear a turban on duty punishment phase in the stay family murder trial is underway prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for Ronald Ronald Haskell junior for the execution style murders of his estranged sister in law her husband and four of their children at their home in spring. five years ago the army has been offering cash for recruits who are willing to serve in the infantry army recruits shipping out for training this month may have signed up under a program that offered up to a forty thousand dollar bonus for grunts depending on skills and then listen and commitment it was part of an effort by the army the full hundred to training seized by the end of the fiscal year after recruiting efforts fell short last year the army's been aiming to build a force of five hundred thousand within the next decade or so in Washington Rachel Sutherland fox's New York Democrat Chuck Schumer again calling on Congress to pass legislation for universal gun background checks the impeachment inquiry into president trump continues to dominate the headlines but as senator Schumer he says trump can still urge Congress to pass stricter gun control laws best.
"dali" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Being said the Dali wall a ten year veteran was the hero of was a respected member member of the community Anne was a trailblazer county sheriff engines Alice's Sandeep to Wally wall was killed Friday afternoon when he was shot twice in the back during a traffic stop the lowly wall was called a great deputy who left a well paying job a decade ago to join the sheriff's office because he wanted to serve the community two people were arrested Illinois democratic senator Dick Durbin says president trump has taken billions of dollars for military construction projects he says president trump is using a national emergency declaration to take away money from the US military and their families the projects he rated ray. from schools and childcare facilities for military families the ammunition warehouses security upgrades in farm ranges around the world Durbin also says traffic Nord the growing epidemic of gun violence in America he says the president needs to tell Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to call a vote on a universal background checks bill already passed by the house New Jersey Attorney General Gharbi gray wall is blocking local law enforcement from carrying out federal immigration duties I understand how this issue stirrers strong emotions on all sides but as Attorney General it is my responsibility to do what is right not what is popular war easy and nice raid swept up fifty four people this week but they weren't detained long enough for federal authorities to collect them because gray wall says they'll instead be handling the prosecutions this is the result of a drawn out disagreement between some sheriffs and gray walls.
"dali" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"He said the Dali wall a ten year veteran was a hero I was a respected member member of the community Anne was a trailblazer only walls the first seek to join the police force he leaves behind a wife and family deputy Dolly walls the thirty second police officer to be killed in the line of duty this year America is listening to fox news. W. away I'd local news a teenager led police on a wild early morning chase it started when deputies try to pull him over for driving without his lights on at ten in Fresno and led officers down ten to thirty five to ninety and back up ninety again this time going the wrong way it finally ended when the team didn't realize that Hammond and south all of on the east side was a dead end and he found himself with no place to go he's facing multiple charges a teenage girl who is with them was released to relatives. a former elementary school teacher is admitting to child sex abuse Kerr county officials say Russell berry entered the plea this month as part of a deal with prosecutors very used to teach at centerpoint I. Esty but was put on leave two years ago he'll be sentenced next month I knew plastics plant is coming to see gain continental structural plastics plans to spend sixty five million dollars on the facility which will house two hundred people Texas governor Greg Abbott said the state will give the company over seven hundred eighty three thousand dollars from the Texas enterprise fund no word on when construction will begin. a local hit and run death is one step closer to resolution the hit and run death of a construction crew member was picking up traffic barrels and signs along sixteen oh four earlier this week a reminder of the danger those working in construction face text daughter just motorists to slow down the heat warning signs especially when it's dark most of our coaches we try to do my night to try to minimize the impact of the traveling public San Antonio police later found the truck involved in that accident but they've not released whether or not the driver has been located Megan bishop newsradio twelve hundred W. away I breaking news on the hour and a half and anytime at W. away I dot com sponsored by primo plumbing I'm Margot Moreno on news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I. from the W. away I traffic center. I can you spell the crossroads stop the rightly taken away by Iraq not really because in the back up with something to look out for and the ninety frontage road is gonna see the right lane blocked both directions at.
Woman gives birth at Pink concert to youngest Pink fan ever
"A pink fan had a lively event happened during pink's liverpool england concert last night she went into labor then she gave birth to child and she named her little baby after pink dolly pink dali peso kills the name of the baby they didn't have time to get to the hospital this woman she gave birth denise jones in the first aid room of the stadium he did it naturally no time for pain relief says the doctor and she was going to name the baby dolly louise but then she decided to name the baby doll pink so congratulations
China's two CRISPR babies might have shorter life expectancies
"Is i'm looking at this christopher baby story so crisper would you look at d._n._a. they're able to splice d._n._a. and take out genes that may not be beneficial for the baby And researchers in the US are warning. What will whoa. These gene edited babies. May die young. now six months the world's first edited babies reported china and researchers are saying that the twin girls yeah they may be more resistant to h._i._v. they have significantly increased tally geneticist was he's young clean dubbed the chinese frankenstein they said and in november two thousand eighteen announced he was create that he had created the first gene editing babies team editor jean are five from two twin babies a third gene editing is supposed to be born this summer Now going back to the twins. He wanted to make them immune from. HIV. but we're being told that people with the various of genome that he and his team gave the children are now twenty one percent are younger according to researchers from u._s. berkeley u._c. berkeley heavy search you a vast repository of human subject d._n._a. from two thousand people the berkeley scientists found that cece are five somewhat of a double edged sword while it might grant the children heightened immunity today chevy virus leaves a more susceptible to dangerous strings of flu and west nile virus so what we found is that -nificant increased mortality lead researcher restless until then p._r. breaking the unfortunate news at the twin girls are now twenty one percent less likely to live the seventy six as a result of the crisper editing they were subjected to so of course the scientific community has been ticked ever since dr he que- Broke the news. in addition this of course the data heat dodger he himself present last year they said he didn't manage the editor specific gene as intended further emphasizing the risk inherent of plane god what their own d._n._a. and they say the changes could last for generations highlighting dramatic consequences of failure and the extremely tight margin for error so we've been talking about crisper technology and had to take out a gene i kind of like a typewriter in a way guess displace it out we've talked about that for years now not years for months and how on one end if you have child that is going to have a deadly gene atas because his parents made that jane have that gene was able to get pregnant had offspring live long we all want our babies to live long and so we'll do anything possible to help them live long if it's something as simple as removing a gene lot of people are for it some people aren't they said no no no you're messing with nature darwinian survival of the fittest if parents gave birth to a child that's not supposed to live long that child if they reproduce will then have children that won't live long that's not ever lotion airily advantageous let nature tickets course some people will say And then an argument. Other researchers say as well. God or nature gave us the ability to do this technology. So we aren't vested with. Because God inspired us or nature inspired us to be able to do this. So there's gonna be a back and forth on the ethics of this and. theory if you have a child that would be destined to live that long you fix the gene that child would then hopefully not transmit that gene to their progeny then we have the ethical question is of our we've manipulating and making a new generation an area generation right are we going to be trying to make populations of people that are perfect are we going to try to make them blonde are we going to try to make all skinny or all tall and just because we have the knowledge to do it do we i've told you guys mandates book god lakes man works god laughs i've been god's in charge i think we're going to punish them out i think something's going to bite us in the butt but i'm a scientist also went to medical school i did research scientist when you're a scientist you don't wanna stop progress i'm so grateful we have antibodies and that by the nineteen forties we could fight so many infections our soldiers faced but we must now we have superbugs now we have side effects antibiotics now we have other issues i'd rather take those other issues i would never go back and uninventive antibody but we did mess with nature in that process birth control we came up with a way to not get pregnant we have sex What a breakthrough. Populations loved it. They're like this fantastic. We will we can stop getting pregnant. well we're just hurting ourselves because we're not having a lot of babies So. you know how much do we do a lot of us were thinking of you know what we're living for the day you don't know how much longer you're going to live you know if you only want to babies and you wanna give those two babies college education you know give them all the resources you can without having a family of eight mom wants to work and have a radio career and also be adopter doctor and journalism and do marketing do all the things that i like to do what are we stop at two kids that was my thing have i ever regretted have i ever thought that i might not be doing right oh yeah i struggled that all the time i stopped at two babies and i didn't start having kids till i was twenty eight i have been having babies ever since i was sixteen maybe even younger god gave me a reproductive system that work thank god give me a gift i didn't use it till i was twenty eight got married at twenty six does i i baby twenty eight I'm glad I'm not I don't have any regrets because of my career but in terms of nature. m. i. populating the world with a whole bunch of new dali's in coreys no only two and i have that stone approx spread my jeans and what am i telling my kids am i telling my kids to go out there so the roads and it's no no no no i'm no sex no sex sex nobody have sex married get your career done go to college don't make any babies yet So. How is that? Now. You all we really don't need any more dollars. Yeah. So maybe that's my contribution to y'all. Not a lot of two. But if you notice a lot of things we do isn't really helping our long-term growth, we cut down trees to build our house. Well, those trees provided shelter. Those trees provided oxygen. Those trees provided an ecosystem for other animals. we're okay with them because we're fine i go to the grocery store food i don't need to eat what's in my tree i could buy sunscreen i can have a cover on my house and awning to protect from the sun But we do these things a little by little, and I'm not trying to make as for you know, I don't green movement. but we need to realize that a lot of the things we do all ready are probably endangering us i just think i think article just popped up on humans are dangerous in their lives of course we are we are data in our existence and we probably aren't going to live much longer in terms of thousands of years we're going to make robots robots are gonna kill us i'm being serious We are trying so hard to make artificial intelligence. That Terminator two movie is not that off base. I'm sorry. Guys. We're making robots. That have artificial intelligence people will never happen. If a robot thinks there's a threat later, what would you to protect yourself? we're already pushing ourselves out of a job market how are we doing darwinian survival of the fittest of the job market we're making robots to replace each other So we're going to keep going because here's a lifetime is going to be fun, all these robots and stuff. Overdoing for future
"dali" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"dali" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"In one eight seven seven Dali one eight seven seven zero CD L I, so NPR wrote an article, very interesting. It was an MPR Saint high deductible health policies are linked to delayed diagnosis and treatment. Yeah. I agree. We haven't seen deductibles like this. Since the start of ObamaCare. ACA get all the credit for this one. Maybe some rare high deductible plans where you would have two thousand dollars deductible. I remember seeing a couple of those thousands my deductible jump to twelve grand. So what did I do? I just didn't go up. I think I'm a mammogram. I didn't go Pap smear. I didn't go. I didn't go the doctor put off. So NPR talks about this. This case two thousand seventeen Susan learned that she carries the bracket gene mutation that elevates lifetime risk of developing breast cancer to seventy two percent. Her doctor explained those that have the bracket gene could have some treatment. They could do a double mastectomy. She decided to increase cancer screenings. So an annual mammogram annual MRI shit just chose her first child, so she chose increased surveillance and she wanted to breastfeed so she and her husband eleven Pennsylvania. They have provided through their.
Benjamin Netanyahu set for record 5th term in Israel
"Are few countries whose elections command widespread international attention and very few such countries as small as Israel approximately the size of El Salvador with a population roughly comparable to that of Papua New Guinea, but Israel since its foundation in nineteen forty eight has become accustomed to being a story in which the whole world is invested. Israeli elections are never straightforward not once has any party won a majority on its own and government is always by coalition. And the this week's election was close. It allowed a narrow path to continuing power for Benjamin Netanyahu who now prepares to serve a fifth term as Israel's prime minister Netanyahu is by now for better and for worse. A very well known quantity. Many have interpreted his reelection as an indicator of a gathering right would drift by an increasingly uncompromising country. But and this would be a first where is. Rayle is concerned. Is it really that simple? This is the foreign desk. That he does not in buddy. Now represents all Rayleigh. He is elected prime minister. He knob in related for fister, certainly means a lot. But if you get this is what he's trying to do when we we accept that. Whether we're falling observers always Riley with thing along with him. Would completely expected. But what was not really expected, and what's is a little bit. Weary and problematic with Russ tinian. It was the right wing victory to that percentage. Israel has always been self conscious of its image around the world, and Israel has always known that it has one huge friend, which is America and San Yahoo. Who was not in great terms with the previous American president. And all of a sudden now, you have Trump is president and is released like Israel has been Netanyahu's position has been vindicated. You're listening to the foreign desk with me Andrew Miller on today's show on joined by Dr Dali Shenlin and show Feffer dully Shenton is a public opinion expert and strategic consultant who joins us from Tel Aviv and show Feffer is a journalist and author of BB the turbulent life and times of Benjamin Netanyahu and chill joins us from Jerusalem. Dalia? Is there a consistent reason? Do you think why the people who have voted for Netanyahu vote for him? If you were to ask his most loyal voters. What is it that appeals to about Netanyahu? What would be their response people who are stable supporters among them. Some of them are longtime traditional Likud voters Likud is one of a few parties left in Israel that has a traditional vote going back generations, certainly back to nineteen seventy seven and some of the people who vote for Likud just continue because it's part of their identity to vote Likud. But in addition to that, of course, they support Netanyahu. And I think it's a little bit of a miscarriage. Irritation. You hear frequently in this election that it's all about Netanyahu's personality people really support his policy those who have voted for him. They support the fact that he has not moved ahead on his Palestinian negotiations in a way that would lead to a Palestinian state. They believed that he is restrained when it comes to wars and escalations and doesn't always jump into wars and most of all the love his foreign policy. And the reason why new people voted for him is very similar to the reason why some of the supporters vote for him, maybe without the kind of long-term identity based reason for supporting we could before we look at Walt Benjamin Netanyahu's fifth term might entail, Israel, we should examine the likelihood of him actually getting to serve all how big a threat to his immediate political future of these corruption charges still looming against him there, quite a major threat. There was through cozy three investigations which have been. Wrapped up by the police with recommendations to indict him for bribery. The attorney general has accepted most of those recommendations and ready issued his official warning that he intends to for bribery and one case in for fraud and breach attrition to others. It's still has the right to a pre trial hearing, which will take some time Pepsi few months, but one that is over and assuming his lowest fail to convince the attorney general's every case, and we all the care has been taken into sending these I find it hard. I think it's not happening this we'll be we'll be facing charges in cold within some six twelve months. So if he's threatening the jeopardy of his victim just to fuller that up and Joel has there been any discussion at all of how he can hope to govern in any meaningful sense while actually appearing in court defending himself against what are quite serious charges. Well, there's been a great deal of discussion about that foot for quite a while. Now, that's now saying in the open that I don't believe that charges will be we'll be pressed because I will prove in the hearings that has nothing in these charges. They hasn't privately that if the charges are brought in. He intends to to stay with this kind of being prime minister despite having to pairing now, another people in Israel, including some of coalition members believe at that point. I it would it would be ridiculous permitted to remain. There's no precedent for Israeli law is does not stipulate that he has to resign. But there's there's widespread disbelief that he could hold on after that, then he'll try and who knows he's he's defiant. We had a team in other cases. Maybe it's maybe it will succeed as well. But it is really the main obstacle facing. And the biggest question Mark moving moving over his future. Dolly one difference in this election. Obviously was the emergence of a new position alliance, or at least a new opposition figurehead, which is the the the former idea chief general bennigan's, do we get a sense yet of whether Gaunt's intends to stick around as an opposition figure. And if he did whether he would be regarded. As a credible implausible one by Israeli voters. Oh, divi- divide generally tend to take the view that you had your shot and you failed and you are therefore done our bike to enter that. But I I do want to augment by. I response about why people support on Yahoo to follow up on the issue of the indictments just briefly, we should point out that I think I've heard a lot of people who were not planning on voting the cooed before. But said they changed their minds to vote Likud because they felt the indictments are either overblown exaggerated or agree with Netanyahu's own a narrative that there is some sort of a collusion or conspiracy. If you will between the forces of the left, the media, and they are pressuring the the judicial law enforcement system, and I think we need to take that into account. In addition to the issues of people who were simply supportive Netanyahu everybody who thinks that he is guilty. And then he does represent a certain form of corrupt governance and has been self serving. And we'll do anything to stay in power and represents the corruption of our institutions. Those are the people who supported Ganz and other members of the opposition. But I think that Ganz his party in relation to your second question really got the votes of a wide swath of people from the Israeli center. Many of them from the Israeli left and probably some from the Israeli right which seems to have lost three seats as a block many of them coming from other parties, but some of them clearly wanting to replaces on Yahoo by supporting Ganz now will he stay around. There's no way to know Israel. We have to remember that he is positioned himself as a centrist party and Israel. Does not have historically a great history with centrist parties, they tend to stick around for one or two cycles before kind of diminishing and then sometimes even collapsing. So I think it's not only about Gant's, but about the role for these kinds of parties that try to avoid taking a strong position on some of the most divisive issues in Israel, particularly, of course, the Israeli Palestinian conflict. And then we'll see if either he continues as a politician or whether his centrist party, which is. Strange coalition of three other party, three parties altogether. Whether they can see eye to eye on policies enough to keep them together. As a party until Bergamo McNeil who has worked I think coin to seed you asleep both in Israel and over seas to portray himself as the embodiment of the Israeli nation. And for that reason, certainly when I think is very looked at from overseas. People tend to regard Israel through the prism of Benyamin Netanyahu. We're going to talk in the second part of the show about how Netanyahu operates in the world and about how he plans to operate in the world. But when that view goes back the other way when people look at Israel and think of Benjamin Netanyahu. What are they not seeing what part of Israel that is still alive and vigorous now, he's not being represented in the government or the character of its prime minister. Well, yeah. I mean. Agrees with with this. But I think ace Pat to characterize the election as having been a referendum on the suit the busy for offense. And if you look at the numbers, this was a you're you're quoting from London where the issue of a referendum is still very much alive. Two and a half year after Brexit. This was a fifty three forty seven results. So forty seven percents of his railings, despite that's overpowering charisma, very successful campaign, and you just make ten years of successful governments in in terms of economy and relatives communist real and improving foreign relations despite everything that people thinking that's forty seven percent voted against him. Which is I think quite an impressive numbers almost half of the country. So is not represent Israel. If you look at their own party votes than he does certainly and did they could property which they needed for so long, but the view that he and buddy. This is what he's trying to do. And when we we accept that. Whether we're falling observers always Riley's where basically playing along with him
"dali" Discussed on Sex With Emily
"Which is just so amazing. Because this is what I what I tell you that what you guys know about sex. Now is so limited like we scratched the surface of our potential our potential for pleasure are potential for connection like all the places on our body. And that's why love this Dali's doing the sexological body work until Matic all of it. It's a journey because I was thinking about it. I was thinking about if I like talking about disconnected sacks and all this instant gratification. Like back in the day. Right. Okay. I'm aging myself. Now, you know, they're handwritten letter emails and all of that kind of stuff where it takes a little longer, and I always had out of state boyfriends. So I really let me tell you this is so fucking good about buildup inches the patient because I always put a long distance relationship. Maybe. And I think also that contributed to why really amazing. With masturbation because you have to use your fantasy. Exactly, I have a great fantasy jelly, Dolly, dallies sexy. Little mink is is. I just loved it. I mean, really, but the quick and fast sex. You know, there's a time in a place for it. I don't wanna bring shame to people because there is a time where you want you have curiosity, right? You want to understand? But sometimes you just have to look at why are you doing this? Or are you looking for it for validation? Are you looking at it? Just to learn to try something new these are, all okay reasons. But at some point you're gonna say I want something else. And that's when you pick up some great books. I'm sure you've recommended. That's when you listen, Emily. That's when you come to see somebody like me, and there's I'm not the only one there's amazing sex educators out there, still go, see sex educators. I was just recently seen my sex logical body worker. I also just went to do the sub Dom. Class of its right with. God, dammit. I don't I'm physical always things. We are never done. We are never I met Dolly. Because I was doing us to Matica somatic therapy training in San Francisco three years ago. It was intense. It was like every other month for five six days. It wasn't done. We, but I mean, I'm never I'm doing. Yeah. You're never done learning. I'm still in therapy, again, different kind. But we're never done even as practitioners because we want to burn Dolly's been going and doing it for a long time. I mean since you've been in this because let's just say the last five years you were doing this or for this kind of works. Yeah. But before that like, you were not having you didn't know your frigging Dennen now breath. She wasn't born knowing that someone talks into her. You're no you had to discover eight slight taking a time out and just having this lab with yourself. You know, when I did my sex logical bodywork training like truly we had a marathon of what they call orgasmic yoga practice. Another easier way to say, it is just mindful masturbation. Are embodied masturbation, and we had to do this every day, and the things you have to bump up against if you really take on the homework. It's just starts to unfold. And you start noticing things. Listen, I had a client the other day, we were working on giving and and giving touch and receiving touch, and there's a touch call taking when you're just like taking for your pleasure. And I was about we were saying, okay. What kind of touched you want? I want you to touch me. Okay. Great. And this over close, and we were teaching him how to express things to his girlfriend because he was feeling a lot of shame asking for things. So we want to break down that shame and say, it's okay to ask for something. But it was interesting because I was going to do a taking touch which the touch was for me. I do whatever I want, and I just started to warm up my hands, and I stopped like, oh my God. I just need to take a minute. He said why I said. I'm Mormon at my hands because I live in the giving quadrant. I'm like the ultimate giver. Right. But I was doing it for your comfort. So you didn't have to fill the cold. Oh, so it was like this lightbulb where it's really actually very hard for me to be a take..
"dali" Discussed on Sex With Emily
"Dali helps people connect to. So what are you seeing right now with lot of your people? How do we get more connected? Well, it's interesting because I see the spectrum from twenties. Thirties forties. Fifties. I even have clients in their seven days. It's awesome. I love it. They want to continue to enjoy pleasure and keep discovering. But what I notice. A lot that gives me the biggest sense of sadness is the people in their twenties in their thirties. Really coming into me sane. I've never had an orgasm. I prefer porn to people. I I'm doing everything I'm supposed to do. Or what I think? But I don't really feel it just fills nam, and I don't I don't feel like really connected. So is this Sachs this what it is? Well, yeah. And so it really blows my mind, and I see it differently like with people coming out of marriages or premenopausal or kind of that after kids thing where they're wanting to reclaim their pleasure. They've maybe put some things on side kids may came for the reconnecting with their their partners. So it it's different. But similar. Yeah. In that. How do we get people re connected. How do we I think we just moved into the stage of instinct? Ratifcation everything is like here now. So we want to I don't on serious. Get you say, whatever you want to we want to talk faster, and we just want to get off, you know, in a way that is it really about connection. Like what who is it for who is your touch four. Is it really just to get off to get to sleep? What is disconnected sock? Yeah. It's when there's no I contact when when you're getting off just to to go to sleep to move to move quicker to move faster to there's no anticipation, right? There's no build up, and this whole thing with, you know, text messaging an Instagram those all are amazing tools, but when we think about our sex life, and we want to put it on steroids and get faster quicker harder wetter the wetter United. Go slower. It's true though, to let's talk about the Bill because you're saying quick fix when I hear quick fix. I'm like, oh there goes the four play. There goes the making out there goes the oral. But what we're saying? Is that anticipation the build up the teasing is that sweet spot? I feel like Dali your show good at slowing things down. And teach you actually teach people how to seduce into tease wherever's works for them. Not like a form this. My love Dali is at she's like, a can read your energy, in a way, guess weren't here in California. But that's the best way can say an entail. What works for you? So how would you teach that to that? I know you work with couples also so whatever would be a great example of teaching a woman or couple how to build into spacious again. Well, depending on where they are in the stage of their relationship. One of my favorite stories is this one couple was going to break up there. We're going to break up because he couldn't give her an orgasm. And it's this idea that he has to give her something which is already like backwards..
"dali" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
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"dali" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men
"And I always love when we get to see the inside of Logan's mind because it's very often depicted as super surreal, but also like appropriately representational, and what we see here is the surreal landscape in the center of which Logan is tied to a tree wearing his weapon x gear and having sabertooth and lady death's righteous slash him into pieces. Just slashing enormous chunks out of him. But in the background there like Salvador Dali style melting clocks draped over things and delirium from Sandman style schools of neon fish swimming through the air like it manages to be dream sequence. Like clearly an imagined scenario, but one that's just so visceral and uncomfortable. I really don't like it when Logan's mind has derivative psychedelia like I actually found the melting clocks kind of annoying. Okay. That is perhaps a valid point. My theory is that you know, how sabertooth beats Logan up on his birthday every year and almost kills him. Yeah. We'll maybe Logan took a trip to like a a modern art museum on one of his birthdays. To celebrate it and sabertooth slashed him into little tiny pieces while he was looking at a piece maybe specifically he went to the Dali museum in Saint Petersburg. Yes. That one oh is that the one that has a solid or Dolly created holographic image of Alice Cooper with his skull open in his brain visible. It is well Salvador Dali was a horrible human being. But he sure did it makes him cool stuff. Yes. Back in. Well, I would say meet space, but everything is sort of meat space in this issue back into non Sakic world, Bishop and quicksilver one member of the strikeforce and the person who came to rescue them irrespectively are trying. To pilot the Blackbird, and they're having hell of a time with re entering the earth's atmosphere. The Blackbird is capable of going into an out of space, but it's not really designed for it. And with all the electromagnetic stuff going on. It's a bad scene and. One of the things that really really affectively ramps up the sense of urgency here really makes it feel high stakes is how deftly Larry Hama story wise, a Vokes the Phoenix saga because it's for it to survive. Reentry genus having to tell the Pathak we hold the Blackbird together. Yeah. Totally. But also just a pacing in general and credit to Mr. Hubert for this one as well. Like as we go back and forth from Jean-Ann executor going into an out of Logan's mind based on where they're needed most and Logan just suffering and maybe being pulled away from the mortal coil and everything going wrong. One thing after another and Bishop quicksilver trying to hold the Blackbird together and Rogan Gamba trying to help like it just it just escalates attention with every little transition. A lot of the time the transitions can be distracting, but with this as you have two parallel scenarios each. Getting more and more fucked. Like, I've heard this issue. Don't even know how many times I loved fatal attractions when I was a kid so probably dozens and still reading it again and the reading it a second time as it prepared for this episode, which usually try to do with comics like I was on the edge of my seat the whole goddamn time..
Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Garth Brooks, Willie Nelson and more pay tribute to Dolly Parton at MusiCares 2019 Person of the Year
"Big night for Dolly. Tonight. Sent to be honored by the Recording Academy as the two thousand nineteen music cares person of the year bell take place in Los Angeles. Little big town is set to host the event, and it will feature performers like Garth Brooks. Chris Stapleton, Vince, Gill Willie Katy Perry pink, Don Henley, Leon bridges, and more. And if that's not enough Dali set to take the stage as well. And we'll close tonight's show. This is separate obviously from the Grammys the sixty first Grammys which are on Sunday. But tonight's festivities will be recorded and shown at a later
"dali" Discussed on The World Transformed
"I never thought Brady bunch, and I clearly remember Dali having braces in and I haven't pulled all the other people who remember the Dalai having braces whether they thought the Brady bunch. But you know, I didn't I didn't watch that show. So in in the second thing is it still doesn't make sense to me. So you know, if she didn't have braces in the movie, why would she smile at him she smiled at him because he smiled she thought the mouth full metal. And she thought, oh, that's that's fun. I got him out full of metal to you know, that made sense to me. But why I agree that the better? I agree. That's better. But it's also funny that anyone would see him and and respond with a smile don't. You think mildly? Yeah. I told her I don't right. I mean, it doesn't it doesn't feel in fitting with the the campy theme of the movie, but you know, I'll leave it at the at the possibility. I think how the most important thing we want to talk about is what could be the mechanism behind this. Yes. Nothing. A lot of people have proposed the many worlds theory, the multi university that. Yeah. There was a world where she didn't have braces. And there was one where she did have races, which according to the Everett interpretation of quantum mechanics, all the worlds would have to exist. But the problem with that is that in that interpretation of quantum mechanics. You can't travel between the world's right now that that interpretation could be wrong. It could be modified someday. But as as of you know, the the way the scientists now it's called Hilbert space. And once you're in what world you can't jump over to another. So that would that's not a good explanation for for this this thing, but. What could be a good explanation for is. Varying minded, you know,.