30 Burst results for "Danson"
"danson" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Of course brush is going to get in. This is going to be a crazy play on schedule. Things are wrapping up here mike. I'm excited to have the call with you tonight. Six thirty our official pre game will get underway. The pre-game show we'll get there. Are you calling for an upset tonight you know. I don't think so. I think. I think resurrection christians gonna pull this one out I think university. Hang tight with them but That run offense for resurrection christian and the the the run defense for university. I think is a little bit of a downer forum so I would expect resurrection christian to pull this one out now. I tend to agree with you. Mike i appreciate it my friend. I'll let you go get to work but appreciate puppet on this morning. And that's for sure man. We'll we'll get that on the air tonight Dancing color commentator there for the high school preps radio appreciate his time this morning. All right. let's get to some of the answers for the best halloween candy. Nancy chiming in saying candy. Corn Just get that out of here get candy corn outta here kristie almost anything chocolate reasons snickers butter fingers kit. Kat eminence and more kit. Kat is correct chad. Say and snickers destiny with reece's of course and on the 'tatanka girl texan eight eight eight five. Three zero zero zero four three. We've got mysterious in your un-american if you don't like peanut butter cups you know what you can bite me because we reece's peanut. Butter cups are not that good. They're not that good. I promise you you know. What is that good. The tavern at saint michel square. You're looking for maybe grabbing a drink when you're done with work today or you've got a late afternoon meeting like okay. Maybe i want a couple of beverages with the launch that type of meeting the tariff say michael square. Has you covered nine thirty one the time. Let's get a break when we come back on the other side Mike morris joins us without a closure specialist studios right here on north dakota's voice one or three one at thirteen. Ten k of k. Let's get to the bottom of the hour news and weather center..
"danson" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ
"Anyway but i basically seen the dic- as i see this among something i've the stock to me that the mercy the tender mercies of the wicked is of the wicked are cruelty. It says in proverbs the tender mercies of the week at our crew of the end. That's what i found that that. That's how have defined loss person. They are cruel they crew people you know. They might high that cruelty initially. But you'll notice eventually that they are cruel people you know. I think that's that's that's that's been my determination. If someone is saved or lost that they crew. I mean that they lost their cruel people. And if you go into the book of martyrs for example. I think that the people who did this to these martyrs were lost. I don't think they were saved. And if you go into the lab be the dog three hundred. You have the same thing they are. These bible believers were persecuted by in many cases professing christians like the catholics persecuted. The vow danson's you know they they. The catholics were professing christians on. I don't believe they were saved. I believe they were lost. I think cruelties assign of that. You're lost it is actually cruelty can be towards yourself as well. It's not a sign of that. You save that you're cruel towards yourself. These people are around also who who do harm to themselves is not a sign of that. The person saved you know but the same thing that people who who are cruel towards others is not a sign of that they are saved. That's been my how. I been developing this because we have to disown everything ourselves who are saved them. I've listened to these other people who have their own ways to disarm himself money saved or lost and the they are. Some people have different ways to discern this. Some people will go on the gospel you know..
Double Date With Ted Danson & Mary Steenburgen
"We flew out to santa monica to visit. Ted danson and mary steenburgen. Their house is carved into the side of a hill. It's a craftsman style. Bungalow built in nineteen twenty two and it has what is called a living roof which is covered with greenery to fight off climate change. Ten mary decorated themselves is very relax and homey mostly. It was their warm connection to each other. That grabbed her attention from the start. This is fun. Yeah we've been so excited. We're really that you asked us. Well you came to mind immediately. Really people are always asking us. How did you. How are you married too long. And what i like in likes me. He's cute boys smells and that's a big deal so smell good. Ted likes to play the rascal but once we settled at their farm style kitchen table and began to talk. He was so honest and vulnerable rule of four of us here. I'm the only one who's only married once. Yes i'm the third. i'm being married. Well that maybe that's an interesting way to start because you're a wild optimist or you're total. Denial i mean. I got married and college carnegie Halfway through and i think it's fair to say the real communication would have been I'm afraid to go to new york by myself. Are you oh well. Let's go Sharon apartment and buddies that would have been kind of the emotional truth but somehow we ended up getting married and twenty two and Married for five years good friends but certainly not you know a a marriage
Ted Danson Is the Mayor of Los Angeles in New TV Show
"Mr mayor is new. Show from rubber karla faye and features a lot of fantastic people and the featuring of a lot of fantastic people is reason to watch it. It's ted danson as the new mayor of los angeles and this is just another one where we're timing is so bad really You know if you are in los angeles you are well aware of what having a somewhat. Bumbling somewhat ineffectual mayor or even having let's just say a mayor whose track record is mixed. Let's just say that. Let's say. Garcetti did some things that the beginning of the pandemic that seemed to be good and then not so much lately. That's an it is it. I'm trying to be tempered. We've definitely had a lot of evidence of what happens in a major city if the mayor is not perfect and so i found myself really kind of unable to laugh at a show where it's like. Ha ha ha. The mayor of los angeles is job is to go to mall. Openings and celery appearances your results on that one may vary as los angelino or at least a los angelino transplant. I also kind of got the feeling that tina fey and rubber karloff. Not so much with the knowing. Anything about los angeles and twenty twenty. The jokes are all really really lazy. Really really facile jokes about california. That in some cases are are two decades old our colleague. Ingo king reviewed it for us and she notes that one of the funniest jokes involves the other candidates who run for mayor against ten danson's character and you stop and realize that the joke that's being made about the other candidates including gary coleman's ghost and a libertarian. Porn star all relate to a recall election. That was fifteen years ago. I mean that is just not finger on the pulse and so all of these things if the show were funnier. It'd be funnier but let's not forget that. Mr mayor was originally conceived as thirty rock spin off that was going to be set in new york featuring alec baldwin reprising his role and baldwin was negotiating for the better part of a year per sources and when he backed out producers went out to ted danson. Ted danson lives in los angeles and did not want to relocate to new york so they moved the show to los an- to being set in los angeles and removed any traces of of its ties to thirty rock. So there's that in the back of your mind
"danson" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Cheers. She's turned 73 everything Ted Danson does. He's terrific act. Even after cheers ended, he went to Becker. Becker was a good show. And then you take a look at any of his guest appearances and what he's storing it now. I mean, when Ted Danson does it, he does it. Well, he's just got that it factor. Of course, he'll always be Sam Malone to me one of the greatest shows of all time. Cheers. Running for 11 seasons. I believe 80 million people tuned in to watch that finale of Cheers. I can't remember what year it was in but second According to TV guide on their list of the top 25 TV stars of all time that being Ted Danson, Jude law, British actors celebrating his 48th birthday. He's done a lot of great work to my favorite Jude Law movie Road to Perdition with Tom Hanks if you haven't seen it Watch it. It's a good flick. Also the romantic comedy the holiday I mean, I'm a manly guy, but I can get in touch with my feminine side. Every now and then. And I did watch the holiday with Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet and Jude Launch a good movie And then finally, Jon Voight. Lot of people know him as the father of Angelina Jolie. Also from Deliverance in midnight Cowboy. He was another one. Very, very good in heat If you didn't see heat with DeNiro, Pacino Fantastic movie, I mean, fantastic movie. One of my all time favorites. So a couple of birthdays today Jon Voight turning 82. All right, I want to jump into some top headlines out there. Let's start with Jim Ryan ABC News with Boeing the 7 37 Max taking off with their first paying customer this morning, Jim what's the latest on this story? Good morning. As it happens this morning at 10 32. The flight leaves Miami. It's gonna be headed to look warning to. This is the first time in about two years that the max has flown. Of course you remember there were two fatal accidents one and Ethiopia. The other one is plunged into the sea, and unfortunately you had hundreds of people who were killed in those crashes. The plane was grounded. After that it underwent a deep redesign. Pilots were retrained. It went through a re certification process. And now the FAA has cleared it for takeoff That's happening today. So what is Boeing saying? Jim about people feeling confident with this with this airliner? Well, I think what it's done is it's released several statement to position saying that it's gone through not only a redesign of the aircraft but a redesign of its systems, putting 50,000 engineers together in a single organization within going that is to tackle issues of safety and quality. There's been something that Boeing calls the cultural focus engineers being given further latitude. You know, this is was part of the problem or or complaint going in the engineers if they had complaints more in comfort. Well in taking those to their supervisors or to the FAA will. Now they're those engineers have been given that that latitude and again, the pilots have been retrained under the auspices of Boeing and the FAA complaints from some of the family members of people who died the hundreds who were killed or that the redesign doesn't go far enough. That there was shoddy work done in that process, that there was a cover up between the FAA and Boeing in the retraining a pilot so there are still complaints about this and concerns on the part of some that the 7 37 Max might still not be safe enough. All right, Jim, thank you very much for the update. Appreciate it. Thanks. All right. Jim Ryan ABC News right there. House of representatives easily passing and more than triple sized relief check for Americans increasing the previous amount from 600 to 2000 per person now getting it through the Senate, though. Not gonna be easy. Chuck Schumer, the Democrats saying that he's going to try to get it done today. Now the House vote was to 75 to 1 34, with the measure getting 44 Republican votes along with near unanimous support by Democrats. The increase was demanded by President Trump. Senate as I mentioned takes up the measure today Now the House also voted to override President Trump's veto of the annual military defense spending bill. It was the first override of his presidency came with bipartisan support in a vote of 3 22 to 87. If the Senate also votes to override the military budget will become law if it does not override the bill dies in negotiations Begin again Now there's a couple of questions out there pertaining to The stimulus. And how much each person will get from the stimulus people running up to 75,000. We get the full $600 payment, while married couples who make up to 150,000 will receive a check for 1200. Now, since households get 600 per child, a couple with two Children could receive 2400. Those who aren't slightly more than the threshold will also receive a check. Other payments declined by $5 for every 100 in income. This means, for example, in individual making 80,000 would get a check for 350. Now the payments are completely phased out for individual incomes over 87,000 and with married couples making twice that amount. As far as the time line goes. The timeline for sending out the payments unclear. Experts say some Americans could see the cash in their bank accounts in two weeks, two weeks when the stimulus checks were approved. Under the original Cares Act. It took about two weeks for the Treasury Department to start distributing the money. People who provided their banking info to the Internal Revenue Service with their 18 4019 income tax returns will likely be among some of the first to see the cash land in their accounts via direct deposit. Those who receive the first round of stimulus payments by different means. Such as check in the mail. You might have to wait a little bit longer. Sports what else is in the $900 billion stimulus package. The bill has authorized the new unemployment supplement at $300 per week through March. 14th instead of the 600 per week benefit the expired in July. It also revives a forgivable loan program for small.
AXIS Dance Company
"I join remotely via zoom by mark brew the artistic director and choreographer and deny reese the managing director of xia stance company. Thanks for being here. Mark engineering. Thank you for having us mark. Would you like to please provide a little overview of the axis dance company and guys. Serve your key programs. I know you do a lot of training and engagement and advocacy and your whole history of danson disability collaborations. So tell us more definitely access dance company and we are thirty. Four years old. Wearing our clint california. And i'll mission is to collaborate with disabled and known disabled artist to create the joystick productions that challenge perceptions of dance and disability alec statement. Is that axes odyssey. Redefines downs disability. And we do this. Through three pills activity out ostry which is all about performances and touring work that we do we a harm season every year and then we to nationally and internationally at a part of that of course is our engagement killa and as we were we have an extensive engagement program and also locally. We stood out community literally. Three different workshops. Assembly programs teacher trainings and masterclasses and of course advocacy which very much embedded although the we do is to really support and create opportunities for disabled artists have access to dance and dance. Training vision at access is to strive to create a radically inclusive down sector and weld by removing barriers ensure casing the beauty of difference. Some of the programs that have been most successful if being dance to stay in that we have every year fried youth programming our assemblies as i mentioned where we as a team going to different schools around the oakland district and beyond and educate young audiences about accessibility inclusion down disability as well as course contemporary downs and another program that we do is around. How summer intensive program that happens every year where we invite people from all around the well. She's coming with us. And that is through three different modules so we have a choreography and women's mijo. We have an improv inside pacific. More joel Teacher training and each of those modules of three days and never really important because these bad gauging supporting people who work in the field of physically integrated dance a disabled atas and also teacher training to really give tools and support to teachers Back within their communities or it's organizations and look at how they can remove barriers of make their work more accessible to others. We also have online classes and workshops that we do in moscow classes which is really about sharing accesses thinking in processes of how we make work and how we try to include an find an inclusive environment for everyone to feel. Welcome in now workshops classes so that's just a few things of what we do a very busy and there's always more
Spike Lee Is Working on a Movie Musical About Viagra
"Spike lee has announced his next big project and It's a little unexpected to say. The least he's going to direct a movie musical about pfizer's original wonder drug viagra. Yes viagra in a statement given to deadline leib wrote in part quote. Finally going into my fourth decade as a filmmaker. I will be directing danson all singing news a spike lee joint. And i can't wait. My mom's has been waiting to. And that's the rodgers and hammerstein truth ruth lee co wrote the screenplay with kwami armagh and it will feature original songs music written by the team behind the tony winning musical passing strange. This is exactly lee's first foray into the musical realm. He resigned directed a film version of david. Byrne's musical american
"danson" Discussed on KTRH
"And Ted Danson, Texas. Welcome. How could happy? Ted? Ted, are you there? Hello? Yes, sir. You're on the air. How could I help you? Oh, I'm from Anaheim. I'm sorry, abused, confused myself. No worries. It's not. It's not what I was thinking about buying a Chevy Equinox. But I was also wondering what's the difference between left the GMC A. Katya, How are they? Different or better. Well, the Katie's got a third row seat eyes that important to you. No. Katya, the comparable one to the equal of yours is a is a pretty small SUV. Now I like it. I had it not too long ago. The terrain is actually the equivalent of the equinoxes. And then you've got to locate the traversing the Arcadia, both with third row seats. Eso either terrain or equal knocks. I'll lock him both. Are you going to buy you gonna lease Bye, OK, the Chevy is going to be cheaper and Chevy typically has better incentives. You'll get a little nicer interior with the GMC. But it's not drastic enough to pay a lot more money to me. At least, you know, I drive both. You can't go wrong with either one of them. I had the NOx not longer goes a matter of fact for a week. And I love the fact that over the years since the very first when I reviewed the equinox and the terrain of both actually gotten bigger And have some really nice cargo area in the back there. Quiet inside. Um, you know, down the road, the panel how long you're going to keep this vehicle that the terrain will have better resell value. That's just typical of a GMC over a Chevrolet. But you'll pay more forward up front. So it's kind of a kind of Ah, break even if you will, but either one I think would serve you. Well, I don't have a GMC dealer in so, Cal, but I do have a great Chevy dealer at the website under certified dealer. So take a look there. Reach out to them through the website, You'll get your v I P certificate back in your inbox. You can print that up carry with you and make sure that you get a great deal Theocracy Ober incentives, especially for Chevrolet, look very aggressive to me for this time of year, so it might be a good time to get out there. Dad appreciate.
"danson" Discussed on Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast
"He's the he's the over the top youthful energy content of the pokemon world where he starts the Stream and you get the OH. Let's age I've been boom. He's going. He's off to the races for like three hours and he doesn't stop, and it's like my head is spinning after an hour, but I'm like Holy Shit like. How does he keep up? Keep up this pace and that dynamic in that kind of culture shock is so cool to me because. twitches so new and I. It's you know. It really does seem that way, but yeah. I see that what you're content man. I've seen that. The way you interact especially when the music is on, I see this in you where I'm like. Oh Shit Knicks fucking. Danson right now like I don't I. Don't think I've ever seen this before like he's really in the Groove, and and that is so cool, because it's super organic, and you just like it podcasting. You can't fake it and as soon as you start faking it in that setting. The people will see right through it, and you know so. It really puts you on the spot, and it forces you to be. Organic, even if it feels unnatural for the Creator and I love that, because like you, said man, it's one. It's one shot. You're out there, and you have to interact, and that chat is running like that. Chad is just it just goes and goes and goes, and there's a limitless amount of interaction potential. And Yeah I definitely see that in your content and I. I've Seen Your Progression, and I've seen how you've developed and that that's very exciting for me to hear that because it's like man. This is really cool. Because I ever since I first saw your content on Youtube back in the day. It was like all right this. This dude gets it I. mean this is this is real deal production here and further developing. Developing that skill set and further developing those social abilities and cues with the with the community on twitch I'm sure that will translate to real world stuff because it it you know as as much as it seems like entertainment it's this is is still the real world. It's still you in your room. Yes, I'm really excited about how how this is developed for you man. I'm very confident and I. Look Forward To you know. Being able to play play the game with you. Side. You Man in the future because it's. Just, like by casting and I always I always say this. It's like I feel like I. Know The creators, even though we've only talked on the phone or we've only talked over discord or on a podcasts are in production, mode, or anything like that it's. You, really get to know someone through their content and again because you have that transparency of twitch where it's like now. That's that's really them in the room. That's their house. That's really doing their thing. It's like when they need to use the bathroom that are GonNa go to the bathroom like this is real life, so it's. That's that's. And you mentioned P. Man. How's that being gone for you I know that? It's kind of there's been this boom on twitch of P., which is phenomenal with go stadium, doing some really awesome things and so many new creators coming out and a lot of collaboration, a lot of community interaction has. been for you, man has been something that has really I mean, are you? Are you in like? Are you all in? I've.
"danson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Denying saying it well he needs we can't deny it saying on the view one of these they never sent it that's what I've done well then he needs to be canceled right he's consolation this is a guy that is always talking about how Donald Trump is this horrible guy if people listened he's friends with all these people who are like Donald trump is a racist Donald Trump is a sex says he's horrible he said that we trust followers are horrible people and we're racists well they wanted to get coronavirus yeah he did it so I mean what is it that is not a rule that you have to be canceled but my question is who dug up this clip yes it's set in here I don't have it in me who it was like a famous person or was it just like a random HMO yeah I think it was just a was an organization that dug it up wow well I mean how do you just get on the view and say I've never said that word ever because you're a liar it is your ally this clip is so bad that like it and it's it was okay so they were swooping member the Ted Danson will be Goldberg yeah thing where he wore the black so they're spoofing this it with and by the way the fact that he would say this it was an event called new year's rotten eve pageant that aired on December thirty first which is a pay per view event so he didn't exist and people that know about it of course it was they make excuses for him and they are okay with this if the left is okay with this and they cancel Megan Kelly it's this is not okay and the worst part about this now he's done this for years as part of a skit did his co host robin quivers is African American yeah so basically what he's doing is he's in blackface and she's like in the studio somewhere and he keeps making jokes like it hurt expense using the the N. word I mean it's just it's horrific it's this is not okay this is not okay and then he has the the gall to say that trump followers are just like by and large were all in one big bucket and we're horrible people.
"danson" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
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"danson" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
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"danson" Discussed on Q95
"At the day is just beginning what's better than Ted Danson Sagan and dancing okay all right no that's okay just very funny may not be better but it was good you tried you know all about is good so these are just are they this is rose this is a joke I think you're right that this this is how do you make holy water you boil the hell out of it's all the way to tell I think that's all what do you get when you cross a snowman and a vampire a prosperous by where you get these now six bazooka Joe forever okay my son now when I'm just remember when you tell a joke like that a cricket gets its wings are let's move on here bestselling hanging out with us and I asked you before if you were a married because you have a ring on that the appropriate thing yeah but you're not just the core so you are you dating to the to do in the internet dating thing I'm talking about the I feel like people I've never used the dating apps I feel like people on their look it sex like a diner menu dislike wasted late at night flipping through people's faces like they'll eat anything I think it's more like a resume I wouldn't do anything I'm not proud of I minute job for my twenties I'm willing to make things look better than they are business is there someone special right now I am and I'm I'm dating a I'm dating a younger man I'm a bit of a kook these days all yeah but younger nine yeah.
"danson" Discussed on KCRW
"For you three yeah the one today we can talk about the good place the popular NBC comedy series starring Kristen bell and Ted Danson it's ending this Thursday the show follows for people all they all believe in the beginning at least that they've made it to the good place Highlander I'm Michael how are you today I'm great thanks for asking one question where am I who are you and what's going on right so you L. inertial strop are dead your life on earth has ended and you are now in the next phase of your existence in the universe cool cool I have some questions all right well four seasons later a lot has happened a lot of questions some answers a good place maybe not as good as we thought the show is created by Mike sure who also co created parks and recreation and Brooklyn nine nine and he's with me on the studio welcome thank you very happy to be here congratulations thank you I feel about it ending you know ending is are hard and emotional but I have the way I've decided to describe it to people as I have sadness but not regret like I am sad that it's ending because it was really fun to make but I don't regret it ending because I think it was the right time to end the show you explored all you wanted to explore yes we answered every question that we wanted to ask like the entire meaning of life that's right the answer we solved it if you have a watch the show we solve the meaning of life so catch up it's you can streaming on Netflix alright so let me play a clip of Michael played by Ted Danson he's the architect of the good place and here he is explaining the point system hello everyone and welcome to your first day in the afterlife you were all simply put good people how do we know that you work how are we sure during your time on earth every one of your actions had a positive or a negative balance depending on how much good or bad.
Their Dark Materials
"About a year ago. We released an episode in which I interviewed the author. Cassius unclear about her book. The secret lives of color. It was a conversation about the history and origins of different colors throughout human existence. During our talk does he and I covered everything from a type of purple. That squeezed from sees nails do a shade of green. That could literally kill you but there was one pigment in particular from that episode that one of our producers. Here's here nine hundred hasn't been able to stop thinking about because it's bonkers producer. Vivian lay. It's called Vance a black. It's a pigment that reaches the level of darkness. That's so intense. It's kind of upsetting. It's so black. It's like looking at a hole cut out of the universe. It's so black. It's like looking at portal into another dimension of nothingness. It's so black that if you stare at it long enough you'll see your own death. I keep going these metaphors or crummy but it it's it's like this philosophical abyss. Your is just fall into it. This is Adam. Rogers journalist writer wired and I write books sometimes to Rogers has written about van to block for wired because when anyone sees with not just Vivian. They think it's bonkers. It makes you rethink think. What black means fantastic is striking when you look at it even when you look at a picture of it because it looks like something colored black it looks like an absence Vanna black swallows nearly all visible light in gives back no reflection so every contour crease of whatever it's applied to disappears it has this ought affect of making something look two dimensional while at the same time as if you could fall right through it? It has the same feeling looking looking at it as a color that looking over the edge of a building or something does he actually do. Feel kind of a physiological response to that does not look right that looks unreal. It looks real. VENTA black was created by the tech industry for the tech industry. But this strange dark material would actually go on to turn the art world on its head They're black pigments out there and then there are super black pigments. That are so dark. They need to be created in a laboratory. These super blacks excrete such extreme levels of darkness. Because they're made up of something called Carbon Nanotubes or C. N.. Tease Carbon nanotubes are pretty much. Exactly what they sound like teeny tiny microscopic tubes combranch of carbon atoms just a few nanometers wide for reference. A single human hair is about eighty to a hundred thousand nanometers. animators Y T materials are made up of forests of these microscopic carbon tubes. I'd say it's like a field of gross. Okay and the grass is a carbon nanotubes in about one six thousand two thickness of your hair and there's about a billion of them per square centimeter. This is Ben Johnson the founder and CTO Joe of Serena Systems which specializes in carbon nanotubes technology. He's the kind of person who even as a kid you'd expect to become the founder and CTO of of a carbon nanotubes technology company. When I went through school I spent my time trying to make gunpowder type rocket And then I kind of went to develop liquid. Propellant systems is that we're all the dangerous and needs to go bang and kind of not very safe back then. People didn't really care that much about safety and they go yeah. This sounds like a really cool idea. Goods this is not a really cool idea. Jensen began working in the nanomaterials field in two thousand four back then. CNT's had a lot of promise in the space industry because super black coatings could be really useful inside of satellites telescopes and optical imaging technology but carbon nanotubes. Technology wasn't quite where it needed to be yet. CNT's these weren't like paint. They had to be grown onto a surface in a special type of reactor at an absurdly high temperature. High enough to destroy. Most of the things you might I wanna grow them on Johnson and his team worked on it for years and finally managed to develop a new reactor that allowed them to grow see and tease at a much lower temperature and in doing so they had one unexpected but delightful side effect they made it blacker one day. We go to some data back. They said back. Do you realize what you've done you've this material. And it's got almost unmeasurable low reflectance and I was a K.. What does that mean? It meant that Serena systems had created the darkest substance on earth material that absorbed ninety nine point nine six five percent of light. He couldn't tell from the numbers but Jensen new the cat was really special after one of his researchers showed him a sample said. Look I'm like okay. What am I looking at? It just looks black and said look and I'm putting my face right up beside it and the guy's looking laughing at me alum gain a it just looks black. And then he did something that just told me with nailed it. He took an object of the surface that was three dimensional so before matt helpless put my eyes to it. I couldn't tell us anything that was just flat. Danson black was so dark that it almost felt like it defied Clyde the laws of physics we weren't looking to create the world's blackest material. That's a thing Johnson and his team decided to give this new flashy C. N. T. of flashing flashing name Vance a black which stands for vertically aligned nanotubes array black as black as Vance. A black was surrey. NANNA systems systems still saw it as a niche material so when they launched their product at the Farnborough Airshow in two thousand fourteen. They saw themselves as small fry. Farm Farm Bureau is a big deal. In the aerospace industry Serena Systems was presenting their nanomaterial at the same event as the Boeing dreamliner military jets and a paragliding car so Jensen wasn't expecting to make much of a splash. But that's not what actually happened was just surreal. We had camera crews literally all the major networks filming looking at these materials because knowing it ever seen it demonstrated like this before people were freaking out. over Vance a black. We just didn't expect it and my son was like well. He's just black. Why are we getting these people going crazy about it? People were amazed by the depth of darkness achieved by Van Black and wanted to know. More soon enough Serena systems was receiving all sorts of requests from people who wanted a piece of it. Aw People wanting to coach because people want to coat dice in it coat bodies in it. We had a very well known youtuber. The spent quite asking us saying can can you please live on youtube aside from that time. potty Canadian what really caught Jensen's attention was the amount of interest is that came from another field in desperate need of super black pigment. The Art World in those first couple of weeks alone Surrey Nano Systems received saved over four hundred inquiries from artists wanting to use it in their work the number of people in the art world that wanted to use it that that was absolutely absolutely crazy time. Actually because we're a company set up to do engineering and space not accompany the setup to create products for artists to us working with artists. Artis was just not something Serena systems was equipped to do because Vance black was incredibly hard to work with sure they could grow at a much lower temperature than before that was still about four hundred and thirty degrees centigrade. Cat's were also really delicate and can scrape off easily but most importantly any collaboration with artists would take up time in tech resources. Because anything coated with Banda black would have to be grown in Serena systems reactors just wasn't a practical proposition for the company that said an ish is an incredibly charismatic. Chat with an amazing vision and and his life's work has just been phenomenal an eastern as in a niche Kapoor. Who if you haven't heard of him? Before is very famous so for decades has been one of the premier contemporary artists working today says Adam Rogers again use the kind of person who will do a whole gallery takeover teen modern you know. He's he's a really big deal. We should know here that initiative did not respond to an interview request for this story but he's probably best known for creating Chicago's iconic cloud gate sculpture also known as the bean and and he has been knighted by Queen Elizabeth for his contributions to visual arts. And when Vance black debuted he wanted it. So he reached out Serena Systems and invited Jensen to check out a studio or walked into his studio and I was literally speeches or what I saw given his body of work. Kapoor seemed uniquely suited for this material. There is in a way a constant continuous process that gives up the same questions. This is a niche poor. In a video he released about one of his pieces titled Dissension. So those those questions are for me. The void object or the non object many questions about color questions about space and time. Because I really do believe that for there to be new objects has to be new. Space Kapoor has has a fascination with blacks capacity to make something both exist and not exist at the same time his work. A lot of it deals with voight. It deals with colored blocks and try to understand the relationship between color space
"danson" Discussed on WTVN
"Forty three you gotta be body looks every bit of of fifty one yeah time to get sober in twenty twenty Jack yeah from the band's toad the wet sprocket Glen Phillips lead singer the forty nine sergeant Phillips is forty nine years old today wow Jan yes is our last one really answering okay from CSI and cheers and the good place all said Dancin oh boy I would say seventy one that is incorrect Jack seventy three point for both of you we were all around it Ted Danson is seventy two years old today Hey Ted Danson and Jack wins birthdays Gratz one who was my popcorn more here's a popcorn wars words Jack's gonna be our host tonight it's gonna be me verses Jan Jack's going to give us the name of a performer and then Jenna my want to trade off back and forth naming the film credit to that person until one of us can't do it anymore as the game progresses gently each of the opportunity to ask for hints that will have Jack taking a look at the films that I've yet to be named picking one of those out giving is the year of release of the rest of the cast if either general messes this up in one of the first two rounds of the player or meaning the game will call a Mulligan they stay in but they.
"danson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Discourse down to it you've worn black face we'll be I'm sorry it wasn't rape rape when he raped a child so let's so you want to bring this up all my all my I talk like that will be go over before she said she said Roman Polanski love the film director it was right but it wasn't rape rape he was given quaaludes to children so we can have sex with them not rape rape well not rape rape now why the rate the rate bread bread was only like I always will it's just not but we better all right by the way he should've mentioned that her boy for her one time boyfriend Ted Danson will be Goldberg Ted Danson also showed up in black face right if we're going to go down the road a very terrible thing you've done your down the road with every terrible thing that you done man now here's the question here is the question the question is does anybody watching the view buy his book is anybody watching the view now say you know what Donald Trump junior not so bad I'm not kidding the view was right to have a lawn because all ratings bonanza and all of the men there will do anything over there that's why the show's last.
"danson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Trained to take us to the bad place they can't because we're already here this is the bad place a show about Ted Danson kind of being and even in the after life so that's really what I'm very ambitious show about ethical issues and how to live a good life and that's on NBC but I think other than that and that sort of out liar most really kind of amble pushing stuff that's happening and streaming we're speaking with John Jorgenson of the Wall Street journal John give us some more examples of some of the shows and and maybe some of the whack your plots that they have well in the art thing to remember is that lives can't even really Bakal comedy or there's kind of this you know gray area between drama and comedy that happening in a half hour an initial like Russian doll on Netflix is really a great example of that show Natasha lay owners that the star and co creator of the show and this young New York woman who find yourself we live in the same night over and over and over again and that the the night before she died how we see her death with multiple different ways L. happening the same night those kind of a groundhog day of fact but with no so look on that have your issues that are getting out there it's certainly funny in a lot of places to but it also like you know pretty tragic and sad sad series so they cover a lot of ground and go to a lot of different tones and can do things that you know what really be feasible in the case of half hour sitcom years ago so John are some of the plants more dark comedies with kind of jokes that aren't like ha ha yes certainly I mean Russian doll would would certainly fit into that one of the shows I wrote about this show called on done on Amazon and that's from the creators of bojack horseman though which is that on that flick show which also and then you know really groundbreaking and it's you know the card is an animated adult Jerry's about a talking horse and you know Hollywood populated by talking animals so it sounds like silly but it's actually pretty deep in pretty heavy stuff but that dresses you know including issue the depression and substance abuse them no sort of existential angst specially at the show the ball so the crater that show when the producers of that show I've I've made the show for Amazon com I'm done which you know you'd be hard pressed to call the comedy and they're certainly funny moment that one of the characters we character almost each really it all Coptic and funny but it's a show about sort of perception and reality and you know what happens when that young woman get that car crashes and begin the kind of converse with her late father who weeks you've been murdered and so she can learn to manipulate time and go back and saw the murder out so you know how you call it you know far from it but something about a half hour space he threw it in the mindset of a comedy or in the same kind of industry category categorization by the comedy so we we are we're kind of trying to think about the shows and about time they pick up on the schedule even if they don't necessarily fit into the big no usual one John are we as audiences demanding more yeah I mean I think that's one thing that you keep hearing from producers and writers that you know the audience broadly speaking has has seen so much you know we've we've watched the evolution of TV mostly before I even younger generations of you know growing up watching the show some street make sure like the office parks and recreation which you know in some ways are are pretty ground breaking away a mockumentary mostly journal reporter John Jorgenson with this weekends Jennifer.
Turns Out, Most Men Don't Know A Thing About Their Prostate
"Today's episode is about Prostate Cancer Awareness to kind of commemorate prostate it prostate cancer awareness month which is September my friend. Alana Austrian wrote to me about a month ago. She said Hey can you do something for September just to kind of talk about this. I work at Zero Cancer. Dot Org and we focus on educating people about the disease so she sent me some facts so I'm going to read this paragraph. It's most commonly diagnosed cancer among young American men and one of the leading causes of cancer deaths among men every seventeen minutes an American male dies from prostate cancer. That's a little more than eighty six deaths per day and thirty one thousand six hundred twenty this year alone that's enough to fill an entire baseball stadium worth of guys so get informed and play along with ten questions on prostate cancer in popular media written by Alana and her group and check out zero cancer dot org. If you want more info on this 'cause enjoy today's episode enjoy the Trivia and check out that website. We're going to jump into those ten questions right now. Here we go. It's all right here. Are Your ten questions. On prostate cancer related mentions in pop culture has written by Alana Ostrich and she said many of your favorite actors and authors have portrayed or written about characters that have struggled with prostate cancer in popular media on September being prostate cancer awareness month quiz your knowledge in today's episode and learn about the real life risks of prostate cancer and zero cancer dot org or by searching Hashtag and prostate cancer sir on social media. Here's the first question number one in Nineteen ninety-four movie did Robert Duvall Star is a newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate tanzer number one. What was that Nineteen ninety-four movie with Robert Duvall as a newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate cancer number one question number two in what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousands did Elizabeth banks have recurring guest role as a urologist list number two in what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousands did Elizabeth banks have a recurring guest role as urologist number two question number three in what Golden Globe winning net flicks series does Danny Devito play according to the AARP AARP A chipper urologist number three in what Golden Globe winning Netflix original series Danny Devito play according to the Aarp a chipper shipper urologist number three number four what Hbo Comedy Series did Ted Danson's character. d'Or of George have prostate cancer number four in what HBO Comedy Series Did Ted Danson's character of George have prostate cancer number four question number five what beloved character story line on NYPD blue includes a serious battle with prostate cancer that much to the relief fans he survived. What was that character's storyline number five. Who was the character rather question number six. What iconic comedian starred in a one man stage play titled a man in his prostate number six iconic comedic actor starred in a one man stage play titled a man and his prostate number six question number seven? Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Roth works battles prostate cancer in what book by Roth Number Seven Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Roth works battles prostate cancer in what Book Bad Roth number seven question number eight what nineteen seventy five western by Glendon swore without which the following year turned to a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist j books as an editorial gunman who also learns he has prostate cancer number eight what nine hundred seventy five western by Glendon swath out which the following year was turned into a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist Agnes J books as a notorious gunman learns he has prostate cancer number eight and question number nine which book in a four part series by Richard Ford features ends with the character Frank Bascom and his wife Sally flying to the Mayo Clinic due to his prostate cancer diagnosis. I think the word ends should be scenes now that I'm reading it number for nine which book in a four part series by Richard Ford features scenes with the character Frank Bascom and his wife Sally flying to the Mayo Clinic due to his prostate cancer diagnosis. He's in number hand the last question of the quiz in episode two of the beloved ninety Sitcom Northern Exposure which character tells the town's new doctor that in terms of his medical condition condition. Everything's under control. It's just a little prostate cancer number ten in episode two of the beloved ninety Sitcom Northern Exposure which character tells the town's new doctor that in terms of his medical condition. Everything's under control. It's just a little prostate cancer serve number ten those your questions for today's quiz. Some are easy summer tougher. Let's see how many you got right out of ten in just the second all right here. The answers to the quiz on prostate cancer related questions number one in one thousand nine hundred four movie did Robert Duvall Stars and newspaper newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate cancer that was called the paper. I remember that movie. I've never seen it number. One the paper question number two and what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousand did Elizabeth banks have recurring guest role as a urologist. This is one of the only ones I definitely would have got in. Its scrubs if I'm not mistaken. Jd has a baby with her but maybe it's somebody else but I think it's her number two number three and Golden Globe winning Netflix original series does Danny de Vito play according to the AARP a chipper shipper urologist that is the Kaminsky method saw trailer for that but I don't know much about it the Kaminsky method number four and what Hbo Comedy Series Did Ted Dancing Scherzer of George have prostate cancer. I only know one. Hbo Show He's been on besides curb your enthusiasm and that is bored to death which is the answer here bored to Death Zach Galifianakis the Jason Schwartzman. I think around that to number five what beloved character storyline. NYPD BLUE NYPD blue includes a serious battle with prostate cancer cancer that he survived detective later Sergeant Andy Sipowicz played by Dennis Franz number six what I kind of comedian starred in a one man stage play called a man in his his prostate that was the lead voice of Carl Frederick Sin from up Ed Asner at Asner number seven Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Wrath works battles prostate cancer in what book by Roth it's called Exit Ghost Exit Ghost number eight one thousand nine hundred seventy five western by Glendon unsworth out which the following year was turned into a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist Jabe books as notorious gunman who learns about his diagnosis of prostate cancer cancer. That's called the shooter. I I've heard of it. The shoot EST number nine. Two questions left in this answer session which book in a four part series by Richard Ford features scenes with the character Frank Baskin his wife Sally flying to the Mayo Clinic due to his prostate cancer diagnosis. That's called the lay of the land. The lay of the land and number attended episodes of northern exposure which character says everything's under control just a little prostate cancer. That's on coup A. N. K. U. Ungku those are your questions fanned answers for the episode hope. He had fun playing along with those.
Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift come out to play in 'Cats' movie trailer
"List is available at the my top my talk app because were everything entertainment and we wanna give you some of those nominations right now I'll give you a couple highlights I you can get the full list just got pushed out on our my talk app if you don't already have it down on what you waiting for but if you do open up check it out see if yourself some that stood out to me lead actor in a comedy that run you'll be happy to know the Ted Danson nominate our place which we quite like a lead actress in a comedy now this is kind of loosely using comedy certainly a dark comedy but Christina Applegate for dead to me wonderful yeah yes very good that's our best work yet in my opinion gets it Jason Bateman gets a a lead actor in a drama series nomination for Zardari let's see here lead actress in a drama series I'm just picking one that stands out that we have known let's go with viola Davis a real power player there with how to get away with murder she just I've only watched half of a season of that she's quite intense on that show evidently critics quite enjoy her can we do a comedy series yeah we'll just we'll give you a few of them I year like flea bag that's nominated Ryan likes berry that needed in the marvelous Mrs Maisel of course it's gonna win wins every Steve likes the good plays that nominated as well among others high drama series game of thrones of course Ryan you like killing eve is great Steve you like this is us leads nominated I dabble in better call Saul and then there are some others in there as well and again you can check out the full list the competition program has an interesting one a lot of mainstays the amazing race America's got talent American ninja warrior a RuPaul's drag race top chef the voice how about this though the dark horse nailed it the cooking fail to should show all the slicks no got an odd yeah very fun that's incredible our show a Chernobyl Donna got a not for outstanding limited series so good on my gosh is that good and remember stranger things not up for grabs here because of its release date SO two handmaid's tale and I believe the same would be set for big little lies Laos outstanding supporting actress in a drama series game of thrones got four well for this four of the six well willing Chris stealing hiti Sophie Turner Maisie Williams wow if you own a shop in killing even Julie Julia garner from Ozark hole my goodness yeah sounds good it there's so many good shows out there this is going to be a really competitive shell could be anybody's anybody's when right the true yeah hi Steve you can leave us now I got to go got what would you do that's more important in your job my other job video of the blame I've been sent on a mission double a double story blame the the that soccer Cup the gold Cup the World Cup the women's soccer no no no he was playing US land soccer are you talking about the sports center yeah but there is a they have a big thing but guys listen I'm gonna go do soccer tricks with kids up to compete in the skills competition and then I'm gonna jump in a giant bowl of cereal we're just gonna have to stay tuned into in cities live at three five net will be on today yeah now it'll it'll be out later this week you know what have a good time nice to see that yes I want you to have fun with the children thanks that's not to say that I'm not irritated because I am really don't see a he was gonna leave when we come back and he Canadians in cars getting coffee we would buy kicked off a new season with Jerry Seinfeld one of our favorites Ricky Jr vase is gonna be a guest will will sample that tell a promo for the show when we come right back on my talk one is seven one everything entertainment hang out
Tina Fey, Ted Danson Comedy Series Ordered at NBC
"NBC just gave a series order to a currently untitled series created by Tina fey and Robert Carlock starring Ted Danson as a wealthy businessman who is unexpectedly elected mayor of Los Angeles there's currently no time frame or episode count for the series but NBC is apparently so confident in it that it gets to go straight to series for NBC the series is about a wealthy businessman runs for mayor of Los Angeles for all the wrong reasons once he wins he has to figure out what he stands for gain the respect of his staff I connect with his teenage daughter all while controlling the coyote population this is incredible it's gonna be so great I mean those are the things are on the mind of an LA mayor everywhere this is gonna be great the show has been worked for over a year and was written specifically for Ted Danson what what a career for Ted Danson they have already announced that this will be the final season of the good place and so he already has his next thing it's right there at home for him on NBC he's a nice guy too I think he's a nice person and people like working with yes oh goodness who who did I hear a podcast with darn it I can't remember if it was off camera with Sam Jones perhaps a long form podcast interview with him and he is he's just you just want to talk to yeah I
"danson" Discussed on The Property Couch
"Property is cash on cash return if you can sensibly get a power of leverage. which is a guy tangent yeah and and for you in in Brisbane we had Jansen was on apple podcast? You'd build until a portfolio in Brisbane thinks it needs to be Melbourne and Sydney. Do you have ambition to be at sort of Queensland or are you well and truly entrenched in Queensland for the time being well and truly I always believe in understanding the debt you know but I yeah so. I must say that I I believe it can be replicated somewhere else time understand that the market and different regulations altogether because that's that's the trade off is not what you've been out of dues for your Equity Harvesting <hes> you try to Fiji Pie Highland Texas Rodriguez or assets by steam the one St and and which is good lawless dame judi as well so that's that's obviously that's your donation to the city of Brisbane which is allowing you to to build wealth. These you're going to be buying lots lots and lots of land tax but a guy because you you become a subject matter expert on how to manufacture equity in Queensland. You're happy to do it because you're still making gyn and it's a significant dying for the a contribution you might say when you sit down on the on the the southern side of the CD day on on the foreshore and watch the fireworks Connecticut. Every every knee is aiding in Brisbane city. You can cy occupied for a couple of days. I think that's important to note as well these tonight to the Brisbane City Council is one big cancel so at least you don't have to be across different councils as you're doing these developments which is good Denson your credit to yourself you and you walk or absolute excellent credit T. cells. It's it's a terrific story <hes>. I don't think anyone wouldn't have got something in if not multiple things out of <hes> at listening to your story Siwa Benadryl is appreciate you coming on to the property catch. Today we appreciate how transplant you've been with us for the better part the transparency of had with <hes> with with the ordinances well hopefully people can take something from your journey lensman listens and <hes> and be inspired to do something similar to what you've done and uh-huh pleasure been very very impressive couple wrong at the beginning and even then thought well. I'm not going to be deterred off. Go to vision on what I want and I want to sit mobbing type why there and we come back to you know your mindset minute around what's going on. Preparation and knowledge is power route so he was able to understand the rules the regulations get better at those things and and because he put the editing and remember you know most of the quantum we look after Tom Po professionals who just want to build at passive wealth and that's the vast majority of people but if you want to get your hands dirty and if you WanNa make it something that you that is your career are- your business and then you can obviously get rewards from that so from that point of view all credit to Danson Yup absolutely so dense and we appreciate you coming on and sharing your story with probably catch community high. I've been moral effect. Today is a follow on from last week we talked about you can measure distances on Google maps. Did you know awhile. It's probably shouldn't need that trademark plus something else. Are you aware of the the fact that on the phone is an APP which comes a standard for the off on Yes yes and do you know you just tap that. You can do different conversions. No you what you do. Is You tap it and then you can actually just measure between <hes> distances wrought so watch this. I'll just tap that guy from that beat on the desk all the way to that on the desk and it tells me that was fifty four centimeters by that. I just thought it was did so. I didn't necessarily spend two on down so that narrow focus all the pao that apple has viable to and then obviously the same APP. It has a little spurt liberal there so we can just a little spirit level ever looking for a spirit level band. We got there. It is this if you want to measure between two distances and you WANNA spirit level and as usual. I'm just writing to myself install install that APP. Now I think some of them you can get rid of <hes> well. Maybe that one must be somewhere onto my tools. Yes I just never got into that toolbox for so that was hopeful rot problem for you you is you have often so and if apple listening one put converters in there as well where he moved from centimeters two inches and interest is a lot of stuff as well because that would be an enhancement on as well. We've does spirit level colon it actually measures from point to point out the conversions from Columbus to malls miles to kilometers volume and all England series so they got a few <hes> wandering around August very protective over stuff ben they Wakai well. I think it's important NAB Roscoff to the United Lightest interest rate reduction and we've talked more about the economy and we're seeing Shaimaa market on a pretty good run at the moment so I think you know and coming back to what Hallam was saying around the story there about the husband who's an introvert saying I think people are happy. I I do think that clarity and that sort of you know we've moved past the election and we're GONNA see this little mini bounce so when Natto Yoga's towards what we're going to measure the probably point of view so I I thought I'll just license foundations so in the section of going back to our good friends at cool logic and I'm just going to talk about two sets of data and this is the my data on June or get that but this is the my daughter and I'm just GonNa Light and then in about three months time I'm gonNA come back to a couple of these data points and the other one on those are going to start exploring these dyes on market in about three months tom up so we can just see the movement in regards to demand and supply so we can start to say probably Makalintal because code it said you know August September will be the bottom of the of the prosecutor so we're going to stop firstly with with <hes> styles movements so monthly sows with six months moving average so what have we seen year on year change in settlement siles route so nationally in the so this is from my two thousand and I tend to two thousand and awning nationally in terms of settlements volumes down fourteen point four percent are outside regional combined is Dan eleven point four percent and combined capitals is Dan Sixteen point point four percent belaid Washington's. I believe but led by Melvin whose sales transactions down a quarter twenty five point three percents Sienese Down Twenty one point six percent Brisbane is down down nine point three percent Hara bots down six point nine percent Perth down four point six percent camber is down one point one percent and then bucking the trend Darwin transactions off they bought him almost two point two percent increase in transactions in at allied leading the charge with three percent so so so this is measuring activity rotten so in measuring the amount of transactions transactions that have occurred so from that point of view off twenty five percent but as you know eyebrows in market we locked to say opportunity and that's when we go shopping so what's the spice of that will turn the other measure that we want to look at from a demand and supply point of view stock on mark and so I think it's important that we have a couple of looks at that at some of the data here up so firstly what we're looking at here is for the last twenty is two if the mice or guiding where month lagging Dada but that's where we get more reliable data so the number of new listings in Sydney before the election so this is pre election. That's why I'm sitting the same now and I wanNA come back to these use in a few months time is the number of new listings in Sydney was four thousand six hundred ten now in terms of that twelve month change for the same period the before that's down thirty three percent food that's the third row so total numbers of listings in Sydney and this is what we want to track these in terms of whether it's I- rausing todd lifting all ships. That's one of the measures now for us. We know this is just a thirty thousand foot view we we we think the balance will be strongest in the higher value areas. That's what will lead the change and was saying that already evidence diver in Perth in regards to the top twenty five percent court all the properties moving so in terms of overall listings in Sydney this twenty six thousand seven hundred eighty listings now. That's down three percent on twelve months ago now. Remember Sydney is bathing correction Feis since peaking out in around that sort of September October a period of two thousand and seven nine Melbourne saw listings of far thousand five hundred and seventeen on properties that is Dan thirty four percent on the same period the sign twenty period twelve months ago Yulia title number listings thirty four thousand four hundred eighteen now that you sighing the stock levels I ten percent higher that twelve month period so that absorption just hasn't it happened because the ball is having been there Brisbane three thousand two hundred twenty six. That's a twenty three percent change. The total stalk available is twenty thousand eight hundred and fifteen so that's an increase of five point six percent Adelaide seven hundred thirty four. That's only down fifteen percent so that means that that market is a little bit more poignant total listings on the market eight thousand six hundred and forty five that indicates a positive change in terms of number available for Silas three point two percent per two thousand eight hundred eighteen. That's down twenty four percents. I they continue to still have have less properties coming onto the market until there's more confidence financing. The mockup titled Listings in W._I.. Or Perth I should say twenty thousand six hundred ninety two now that's twelve percent two point five percent fewer than the same period last year hard about obviously very small property market. We tend to forget that Hobart and Darwin you now top twenty population areas. I think role in its thirteenth seventeenth route so Gulf coast is bigger than those markets as an example so don't be confused by the small numbers <hes> three hundred night properties new listings coming on the market. That's twenty one percent down on last year. They're still got a twelve hundred and forty two properties. That's fifteen percent higher so I haven't been absorbing. We'll be which says that that's coming off the boil down to one hundred and twenty new listings. That's down eleven percent. They've got four eight hundred thirteen properties that China's only point this. I think that's probably coming to the bottom camera five five hundred four t five new listings that seventy percent down on the same period last year that twenty period our role for the twelve months.
"danson" Discussed on The Property Couch
"I noticing analyst of the foreign exchange difference is against us so we come up with some money paid on the loan all he convert signals Austrian honest loan go up lots very painful eventually. We've got other commitments at the time maybe but quite poured in though we were forced we are forced to convict from sing dollars loan to Aussie dollar slowing results in sixty thousand more loss in on foreign exchange. Wow so painful so dancing. You've got a bachelor degree in finance and a masters degree in international marketing. You're obviously Singapore's wonderful country to one of my favorites. <hes> you know it's a grind plice. Clean Saif plice lovely very friendly people. You'll backstory now is about growing up in a middle income family where you know you would consider yourself up your data a bit of a blue call worker and the Momma Hassle and you didn't talk about money so what would drive this instinct in you'll in yourself to to one of the most successful and be financially free well the the bulk <unk> by Roman yeah so the passive income to replace the wages so that you can retire early financial freedom because it inspired us and also I. I have a when I was leaving my n._B._A.. I've got a mate. He's name is rough. E is a New Zealander but a very successful property investor though he always shared his success story in property investment to us <music> classmates but I the only one that that device and yeah but the Popular Investment Jenny and we still keep in touch I would describe him as my informer mantle. You might really really good point there in terms of we've often said when we're speaking in front of an audience of a couple of hundred people that a lot of people are going to get excited about what we hear. There's only going to be one of you are going to actually take action and you just again guy in summarized that beautifully and all of the people in the N._B._A.. Program that you're in you're the one who will actually as logic and common sense in what you're doing in our and I'm GonNa follow that whilst everyone else was looking to build their careers and and maybe have you get better income through work. You've said you want to make your money work harder for you because it's wonderful because he had persona fall what Ben says at the end of every podcast that knowledge is empowering but only if you act on it so you you've actually put that into place wrong. I think I put it rarely leap into action. Yeah Exit Peck <hes> Property Investment Journey <hes> of course the Knicks in the in the beginning pay foyt Linda mistake and get better but I think the most is you lend from it. You get better and get going on sort canine in America last year and it's changed my life because there was a guy that got up on stage and said the two key things you need to have in law is solve problems take action and what this person was. I would shave really resulted synthesized into those two things right side. I'm convinced more than ever now that and I've ally that onto you'll scenario you you had a guy challenges arose and you look for ways to solve the problem and you continued to take action Ron so <hes> props to you on that. Tell us a little bit about what <hes> the had been alluded to tell us a little bit about what the what it was like growing up in your household and might be described for our listeners. What what what look like for you growing up in the messages that you go from your parents? Well like a typical Asian. Parents reba brought out this study hot find a job. Get married start a family provide for your family. Pay Down to the house load the home loan and note owned the the bank any money as always domestic yeah. I think it's very typical of of agent family by you just keeping the race in Singapore typical you what hot you provide for the family and a great big house up you buy a smaller car. You've a bigger car. You got bigger loan home loan at Bigger House Cologne you what harder your harder to upgrade get another by another Yugoslav Sarah houses and buy another one. You'd be going so they get are so high it and he gets up high end. You've got no time to enjoy what you have achieved and by the time you realize it you you to retire being also so yeah so the thin reading respect put the get out of arrays <unk> sinking and and I just want to take action get out race terrific and obviously was a burning desire that and now let's let's circle back to what you were talking about before which his some of the strategy viewers to manufacture equity. Let's stop with one that that obviously we're comfortable in talking about with people who want to have a little bit of experience in in Equity Habit and that he's renovation Ron and there's a there's a couple of times renovations in simple real. There's cosmetic and structural so what what did you start with dancing. Did you start with cosmetic or did you guys infrastructure of the fourteen puppies that we we have now. We only have one renovation project so it's pretty much a cosmetic renovation. We quickly realized that is not what the Reynaud shows portrayed <unk> also because Bulla vast my wife and I we are lacking in imagination and also we don't have the skill sets to save on labor costs so yeah I have to admire Amaya the professional relevance so they they really gifted so for these renovations this one only renovation project every half report a rundown house in step attacks it case north of Brisbane these A._B._C.'s <unk> we bought it at three five ten years ago of the public trustee and we did a because he has good bones so we put in a new kitchen a new bathroom polish the flow boats and repaint internationally tangible <hes> we thought we did a fabulous job Dan <hes> but we have actually have to go in the game and we have to stay looks pretty ordinary for me not for us. I'm heading say that this property has even a very good renter because of the low purchase price so the rental you was six point two percent so there's a yeah so that goes <music> our last one and only renovation project and this and that that's also one now that you've got the potential to subdivide so you you're in the process of subdividing that long. That's right is a chain these property so <music> in luck in twenty forty five years ago the as the changing dispensation plan and this property is able to subdivide so hit the Jackpot and I was so now yeah now we are doing in a subdivision in fact fingers crossed each should be completed in two weeks playing planning on keeping it. Yeah we always we always built on the big the subdivide the block and both houses icon so if all of all goods according to plan we should have to knew how this <hes> escort the next year edit while portfolio so for the benefit of the looseness Danson's been caught enough to give us a spreadsheet of his fault his he's walks portfolio side and dancing on a now you WANNA remind private <hes> full you know the big picture of you'll find out which is gratin. You got through some of the details but a accountable leading the ordinance now that you you you you've created multimillions in terms of equity from from from humble beginnings and also from significant mistakes early dies so so my question to via before we sort of keep moving forwards what guy view the tenacity to kate going when you know you landed in stride realize yet dodge your cup imagine coal on exchange right went backwards. He you holding <hes> shoebox. That's that's enough to put any on forever. Inside property doesn't work. I can't imagine yeah but I I'm a very optimistic person. I keep going and it kept going and and I kept trying a yeah. I don't know never say never attitude so the band knock you back today. I come back symmetry six months later in China game or go to another broker and see if they can sokaia alone dummy. What would you say with the resources that you pulled on because you're referring it? Haunts thought you had a small on your face as you said that obviously on the other side of it but when you going through it what what we we pulling on as you in in the MRI middle rope when you're down the only way goes up right so it's easy to say but I think I have a a good a good my wife you know that we support each other to the whole journey so yes so we're on Baba income choose working <unk> agent so yeah we keep going and we knew we were new their country you to the city but we still we added everything from scratch but yeah but the quickly Linda Linda the traits end at least not Jenny your attitudes admirable so you you started with Renai. What was the next you? What did you move onto next? What was the next strategy Yeah Nick Strategy? He's subdivision which actually worked very well for us. <hes> I well I was I was subdivision. Journey actually started mushed earlier. We Beatles this was in twenty five. Just before we moved here and we we'll wait very put in so we can only afford to look at properties for the <unk> of Crispin read. No we are moving congressman so we decided to have subdivision project investment. We found a house on the corner. Block in Lexi is which is the eight case west of Brisbane to verify and we'll be renovation to it and it's not a one to two loss renovation as easy with the house is sitting in front interesting to cut the <unk> off and that was subdivision was completed tweets later after we bought it takes twenty seven and we built a new house on after it was our second house every bill in Australia MHM and dancing in terms of <hes> you know I'm always drawn to get get paling dickey volunteer numbers Strada and when you start hearing all when you subdividing so what Tam planning to Garth through all those sort of professional phase insightful what's the raisin -able rule of for people who are looking for subdivisions in Queensland and a guy a Ryan is archived but are we talking sort of fifteen to twenty five thousand dollars to get the subdivision through or is it cheaper or more expensive. I can only say for Spin City Council. Perhaps swelled so yeah between eighty two hundred thousand people s lo a a straightforward one in the two lot subdivisions yep and and just a guide for the benefit of listeners. You can't just always I just WanNa copy spit of land. You've actually got a present a property design to go onto into that line in now. You don't have to do nothing coins. I know you don't have to <unk> Dennis minimum size for the subdivided block the new block that the council would would look at so Kalpana a good company will vice you what to do so when I look at subdivision when I see something something by civil I would immediately call my Alpina of August after fourth division projects. I can do some implementary assessment quite quickly Yep so do the confirm my understanding. I will call my Alpina. That's the wrench in things for Einstein's read that you have enough frontage whether that is <hes> the house protected you don't use protected and you spend over to Las Yukon you grit Mim- Minimum Size Block of a new book you invite Right <hes> and also if if there's any protective vegetation right best so we'll have hamper your design and also may hamper your connection disabuse connection and we should point quite importantly is your he's the facing thinks he's <unk> sewer connection a connection and what the best that's that's a few things that that you have to be kept kid my when you looking at something by some property and what was the China did move to. I'm just trying to remember was at minimum three fifty or is it minimum four hundred square meters for the Brisbane City Council Yup Yup partly right Ben so that new city plan the Currency Plan of twin to depend twenty fourteen gene that enable some properties. I was I'm probably is that is minimum six hundred screaming this with a minimum fifty meters frontier which your n reding two hundred meters walking into. the biggest shopping centre because shopping center it has to be minimum of two thousand square meters and also you need to have <hes> ideally you wanna block that is that's look.
First Look At Tarantino's New Film, 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood'
"Probably a good time to get into detail about how all of these potential contenders are selling themselves to us all of them fairly early. I think the the first big one that we haven't talked about last week was once upon a time in Hollywood. So that your little premiered right after we recorded our episode. We're kind of talking about posters in the photos of land Caprio and kind of like a hairspray ask set and the trailer came out with basically a lot of that this movie's coming out the July from Quinton Tarantino is obviously got like a ton of recognition around. It. Do we like the trailer sold us anymore on already differently on what went and Tarantino trying to do with Charles Manson story. I mean, I don't really know what the movie's about based on that. Right. Is it a Charles? I mean, like, I know Charles Manson will be Jason, but like to be laying a terribly famous actor on justified mother TV stuff. So I don't know what that means. There's a weird joke right at the top of the trailer that I'm like are. They friends Brad Pitt and. That's a weird thing to lead with you know, if it's and then Margaritas doing dancing around sharing Tao's Danson, Leo Stanley and dancing. It looks meat. I mean, I know it's about Charles Manson so clearly violence is on its way. But it looks like it's not about people shooting each other necessarily unlike a lot of Quentin Tarantino movies. So I don't I'm intrigued, but I'm also a little tired. Yes. A lot of Quentin Tarantino movies when it come down the pike. You're like, okay. Can I handle this? Quintin movies. Usually the trailers usually really lead with premise like kill belt. His very like, here's what's happening. Here's what she's trying to the hateful eight was all, you know. It's like we put all these guys in a room and they're going to they're going to face off. And this trailer is like sixties Hollywood. And we have movie stars. That's it. There's no real plot talk. I mean, we know it's about a movie starring stunt, man. I guess right now, not even he's like an actor is not a movie star. He's like he's on the right, exactly. No, no, no, you go ahead. I mean, and then Margot Robbie who the they're not saying, she's playing Sharon Tate. But we've read right, right? Like is sort of just like doing some gogo dancing like isolated from that. We don't see them interacting. We don't see anything. Yeah. Which is fine. The Teas. ts. Big question Mark about it is the if it is about the murders. Like Sharon Tate was quite pregnant when the Manson murders happens like eight eight eight months in Monterey Bay is distinctly not at least in the finishes. And the trailers there's some like talk that maybe she will be at some point in the movie. So like, there's there's a couple of possibilities that came out of the sailor one is that it takes place over a long period of time.
"danson" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It. I don't accept it. Somewhat embarrassing. In nineteen sixty eight. I was part of a team that put that together. And I have to accept that. If you've seen some of the images from the yearbook. Yeah, I think there's one where they actually have a guy in black face with a new surround his oh my God. It's a pretty horrible. Norman says when I was there there were no ladies there were no other patients. Renault minorities other than Asian minorities Asian minorities, boy, this guy really stepping it. No, no minorities is a few Asians with. There's a there's an interesting op Ed piece in the Wall Street Journal today called Virginia's confederacy of dunces by Dave shift. Let and the sub head is. How can we continue looking down on Arkansas Mississippi with this sort of? In our own state. There's a black headed back. It is it is a backhanded shot at understates serious question though for you. So this guy the Senate majority leader there Normand, should he be held accountable for doing stuff from the sixties that certainly by today's standards out of bounds completely but back then in the south, you know, par for the course, I would think, you know, I don't know you'll hold summit standards of today. What they did fifty years ago, you can hold the governor responsible for forty years ago for dressing in black face at that Halloween party. Does that mean he has to leave office? I mean, I don't know. I mean tough questions, I don't I don't really have the actual answer for you. If you do something dumb forty years ago. Does that mean now, you're no longer careers? Ruined your finish. It doesn't seem to work in the entertainment business other than making Kelly, which is just unbelievable to me. But the joy Behar black face. No problems. Jimmy Fallon black Jimmy Kimmel. I know Ted Danson it that the dancing the buyer's club roasts that. I don't I don't know what the answer is. Hey, what's interesting, though? Now, though, Len is that those Democrats who were quick to denounce Brad Kavanagh for alleged allegations never proven of sexual misconduct now that it's come to hit one of their own Lieutenant governor Fairfax they're being silent on that. Because they don't want to knock Democrats out because the fourth in line for the governorship is a Republican. The difference between alleged sexual assault and and wearing black face. You think that's equal? I'm at that's not the argument mean, I'm just saying the Democrats have gone silent on the allegations against sexual misconduct for Fairfax. They're not saying anything, they're not asking that guy. Oh, connect guy, not asking him to step down, and that woman finger name is Val. Valerie tyson. Yes, she has come forward. She has very detailed Akira. That's what's fair is fair. Hey, Kellyanne Conway, I wasn't aware of this CNN is doing a series, you know, called bad ass women of Washington. So unabashed interview, Kellyanne Conway, and she says she was assaulted in a restaurant in October by a woman and police charged the woman and her name is Mary Elizabeth in a Burnett. Anyway, here's Kellyanne Conway talking about being assaulted in the restaurant. This is very Sarah Sanders. Esq? Assaulted at a restaurant. At that person has to go to court soon. I was standing next to my daughter and many of her friends at dinner. She was right here right next to me. Her friends were too. Somebody was grabbing from behind grand, my arms and was shaking me to the point where I thought maybe somebody was hugging me. She put her hands on me. I said get your hands off me. She put her hands on the shaking me. And there was doing it from the front with my daughter right there who then videotaped car. Let me tell you something. She just would not leave the restaurant. She kept going online. She went outside. She just wouldn't stop. They're not sure why she was yelling screaming he thought a might have had something to do with the Cavanaugh hearings. Anyway, this woman and her lawyer totally denied the charges, but she does have to show up in court while her daughter apparently caught it on the cellphone didn't she just say that was the first we've heard of this incident. This is last October. Have heard of it before then turn around in the woman had grabbed my his she was just unhinged strangers out of control. I don't even know how to explain her to you. She just her whole face was terror, and anger and just issues right here. And my daughter was right there. To pay for that. To pay for that. Because she has no right to touch anybody. That's going to court the unhinged left no-one said she was on the left of this woman. Certainly was all right. Hey, it's seven thirty. Let's get the news from Joe Bartlett. Good morning. Joe? Good morning, Michael Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, accusing the National Enquirer of blackmail basis says the national enquirers publisher am I threatened to published nude photos of him and his girlfriend, and that they wouldn't publish him. If he went public and said that there's no evidence the inquires coverage of him was politically motivated since the Enquirer seems to be supportive of President Trump, I'm pleading with the National Enquirer, no, nude photos of Bezos pleased. He wants to see that. Governor Cuomo giving Albany lawmakers and ultimatum pass congestion pricing or MTA fares. Tolls will go up thirty percent, either the rider pays fares and tolls or it's congestion pricing. That is the real choice. It's a or b because there is no sick. And he also wants to shake up the MTA board saying the current management is dysfunctional mother of a new Rochelle woman wants answers after Twenty-four-year-old. Valerie race was found dead on a road in Greenwich, stuffed inside a suitcase during a vigil last night or mother Norma Sanchez daughter was a happy person amazing amazing. Not because he's my daughter. Beautiful soul. Sanchez. Her daughter told her that she feared for her life the night before she went missing looks like thousands of Sears employees.
Red Dead Redemption 2 sells massive 23 million copies, but Take-Two stock still falls 13%
"Let's talk a little bit. More about gaming companies earnings, and why epic Games's Danson. Yeah. They are dancing fortnight is ruining the stock market for game companies. That is for instance, take two interactive beat analytics earth is me analysts estimates, thanks to red dead, redemption too. But it's forecast for coming quarters well below expectations in part because of worries about you guessed it, the big word fortnight EA reported revenue of one point six one billion for the quarter missing an estimate of one point seven billion, and he attributed that decline to three things they say a million fewer sales of battlefield five than expected that did underperform. They also had a drop in mobile gaming revenue which has been a strong point your EA for the last few years. So that was a bit of a surprise. And of course, fortnight the big effort activision blizzard stock even took a hit. And it didn't announce any earnings EA confirmed that battlefield vise battle royale. Mode health firestorm will. Still launch in March launched later than the game
"danson" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"I mean, there's amazing actors Ted Danson is is there. That's great way of putting out Ted Danson. Also there what is the worst part of hanging out with a group of people like that. You have to complain about it. Oh god. All right. All right. All right for have to complain about a worst part. You know? I mean, I have moments where I'm like, you know, what I'm. I'm an imposter. This is the one where they this is the same will they they will all know it, and they will all hate me from this went on. So like that that sort of gets the best of me sometimes. And that just like I got a I got a bag gotta go stand in the corner and pays for a little bit. Do you still feel that way like three seasons? You know? So yeah, that's like every now. And again that gets really intense in heavy. Yeah. You know? Did I read it that you were thinking about quitting before you got the good place? Yeah. Yeah. Where you just like tapped out. Yeah. You know? I mean, it was more that I was starting to get better. You know, and you know, like doing a lot of stage and stuff, and I was working. It's not that you know, things weren't going. Well, it was just I couldn't you know, like, I had I couldn't I couldn't save couldn't, you know plan for retirement. I couldn't afford to not live with you know, three roommates. All great dudes Charrette. I just couldn't. I mean, it was like I can't do this at fifty right there. They're going to leave me, you know. You know, they'll move on with their life, and I can't do that forever. So that was like I was like I gotta I gotta figure out something else for my life to be about. And then. Yeah. Yeah. And then a winning in audition for this. And it it happened would get like nicotine, right? Yeah. At says does seem like it works out that way where like when you finally are like, well, whatever. And then finally when you sort of like, let that part go. Yeah. I think you just you know, probably just list scared about. Yeah. Giving people what they want in showing people what they wanna see in. This is more. Like, I just wanna I just want to be free and be in the room and have fun. And and then, you know, people actually see who you are. And then, you know, maybe if you're you're not a trash bag they invite you to work with them. Yeah. That is an important part. Yeah. Don't be a trash bag trash. But it's it's worked out seemingly you've made it a few years end. Yeah. Yeah. Although I guess that imposter syndrome is still it's still there. Yeah. I think I think it's I think everybody has it. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, do you do you have? Yeah. Absolutely. That's basically all this about me being like, I'm unworthy. No, I talked before about like, you know, there's been things where I've gotten to like go and talk to people on red carpets. And it's just like what is always strikes me about those situations is that you can just feel how uncomfortable everybody is like even the most most famous people. It's like they they've done this thousand times, and you just know like everyone is here. Everyone is like just going through the motions of what they have to go through like like everyone. It's weird. It's a weird thing. It is weird. Like I had to do like not a ton of those things. But every now and again I've had to do them in. I always like get super nervous in just like forget what I'm saying in the middle of saying a ha or like starting an anecdote, and and then I'm like, you know, what I'm I'm bored. Probably to what was that talking about rats net. And then you know, and then I'm sweating. Yeah. Everything's over. Now. I definitely have that too. It's a great great mind trick when your brain is like, you know, what we're nervous. Let's just forget what we were saying. Oh, yeah. Yeah..
What to Watch on Amazon Prime This Week
"Age hip hop movie the after party starting with Khalifa next week on Netflix you've got the second, season of the, NBC sitcom the good. Place starring Kristen bell and Ted Danson as well as. The much anticipated second season of the Netflix original Ozark new to Amazon prime this week Rachel mcadams stars in disobedience a story of forbidden. Romance from the director of fantastic
an Americans Say Cheers Like British Folks?
"Hi. And advice. Podcast, brother, rebe that rated statement not meant literally blows up seven, hyper hyperbole. Another one another. What another episode of hyperbole podcast. Yeah, boy. Here we go. Welcome to our advice. Comedy podcast, where we give you advice in comedy. My name is Stephan. Also podcast has my name's Anthony. May was crying. Anyway, welcome to hyperbole. You have Stephan and Anthony here to provide you pump you full of Sweden advice and started and chock-full laughs for you to munch on during our time together that we appreciate so much. I know that we got pretty raunchy last episode was, so we're going to try and we got filthy and we're gonna squeak ourselves, clean. So we're going to, we're going to clean off that. What are we gonna diarrhea de could. We're gonna make it clean. Lean squeaky. Woman, it'll be cleaner. Also. I don't know if anybody else's excited as I am, but bachelor in paradise started. So on the bachelor impaired, I'm really excited. Yeah, they have. They have some really interesting folks from the past seasons. I think they put Hillary Clinton in there. I'm Hillary Clinton. Autumn put even hawking, would you sorry? I mean, she also talks a robot modulators. That's fair. Bernie Sanders is also on there. So hopefully hopefully he does not feel the burn because it is a very high temperature out there in Puerto Vallarta wherever they are, and they also put DJ Calot on there. I know he is actually heavily married with child, but. He's out there for another one. Does he really there? No, he's not. I dunno DJ. He is quite. They break up and he's just like another Lauren paradise. Another one. So I just wanna share some some lovely lovely words, some rumbling. Some roughly words that I've heard and phrases that I've heard about paradise one, bachelor in paradise. Bachelor from paradise. Okay. I don't know. I don't know the proper prepositions, but one of the things that I heard from one bro to another is Chris is going to receive Connors, sloppy, Saguntum. News. I think is a work of art. Lobby Saguntum. Just think about that for a second, let it marinate, the hurts my soul and your brain. But now for too long because you might want to take the next sharp object closest to. Yeah, you might have an aneurysm marination. Yeah. So they're sloppy pseudoscience, which I have now incorporating into my vocabulary. Never say that. And. Some Bros. we're having some drama and one of them said, all right, guys. Let's all dress. The white elephant in the room. You all got gifts and didn't tell me. He'd sons adventures. You're saying that Suzy had CONNER, but CONNER had Melissa. No, that's the secret Santa. What's the white elephant? That's the one where you put the gifts in the middle and you. Steel. Oh, no, that's my fucking decorative fountain Britney. Fucking maybe I misheard maybe it was. Maybe they said, let's address the secret Santa. Okay, much more relevant phrase. Yes, exactly. But we're really excited because we just want everybody to find love. That's the purpose of this podcast is for sloppy. So if you if you sloppy Gouda can also be a way of finding love. It's like finding a half eaten cheeseburger in a trash can. It's still good, edible, delicious. So horrible compare. So I don't know if if everybody has gotten the the, what is the under the undertone of the podcast or the clear message of we just want you to find love, which is why we launched this comedy advice podcast, but that's what we want. So as we as we keep this in mind, we're going to get into the really, really the sustenance of this pilot.
Kendall Jenner Steps Out With Ben Simmons in Los Angeles Following Romance Reports
"Ever since takes had his long weekend in the hamptons like he's just been a different man well today you so busy do he's doing that yes you guys this is crazy the o is filming a commercial i don't know if it's like a tv commercial attention but i don't care the is going to be in it the okay and the call sheet says like if your dog is any special tricks like to be ready to do them and then like the dog doesn't special tricks time to is the oh had if you had to pay special trick that the does what would it be just being so cute like just presence is is a trick okay you know what i mean yeah it's it's trickery okay speaking of trickery while next up ben simmons this is the follow up to yesterday store ben simmons and kendall jenner fake date we'll now apparently ben simmons made fake cheated onto nasha with kendall jenner so after six exclusively revealed that the seventy sixers star ben simmons is dating kendall jenner the six foot ten rookie of the year candidate is being accused of striking up the romance with the supermodel before he broke up with ex singer tanatshai a source tool paychecks that simmons had been seen jennifer a few weeks for the sources tanaka sister she's being like there's month on instagram oh this they were spotted together new york last week in l a on tuesday but after our report tonight she's teen brother kutai catching guy way went ballistic on simmons on twitter alleging that the star only broke up with shan sunday and that he was cheating on her never met you before in my life after you break my sis heart you do this the brother who he's a player on the seventy sixers and he's six ten and page six doesn't want us to forget that part precious but like ofa who is not nausea you you know but like how did you give amos legit she's just one of those girls who's working her way up saying danson.