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"delancey" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:01 min | 7 months ago

"delancey" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of act. The things that aren't there will have the variance anyway but people that all day. Thanks in part. Because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion first up is alison stein writer. And she has coral in.

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"delancey" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

04:00 min | 9 months ago

"delancey" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix. Reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. Sometimes you have that experience anyway but people at all day thanks in part because if the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion today we're going tiki tiki horror course with one of the masters are. Brian used nets. And we're going to talk about his tales of blood islands. A comic book should all get behind if he loved tiki. Are i mean look at this. There's a guy ripping his head off. Come back you gotta jump on. That is just great before we start. I have to actually tell you this. This is really true story. About a year ago we surprise my brother and built a tiki bar in his in his little garage that he has and it's grown and gotten out of control. It's just totally amazing. So my family is really into tiki lately. So it's really why that's interesting because The kickstarter video shot in the valium. Trying to remember where but maybe encino or something but it was in someone's backyard tiki bar and it was if your brothers is anything like that. I was just gobsmack. i couldn't believe it. You are of course. the whole house is devoted to tiki mugs. I never realized that there was such a subculture for tiki. I've always liked going. You know every once in a while maybe you go to a a tiki. Because it was kinda like it's kinda fun you now to something different and But wow what a this bar. You'll see it in the video that someone's backyard you even show all of it. Wow it's amazing. How people kind of guam into because it's really just a there is no place like tiki. No i think it's just some kind of some kind of inspir- inspired by the g. is coming back from the pacific after world war two and they had been in the tropics yen the tropic. You tend to drink rum. Drinks as rounders bamboo bars or kinda built like that. Of course it just became a whole aesthetic of its own. That is that is just a lot of fun. Yeah his his bars pretty good. I mean it's grown in the year that he's had it and we get together there once in a while. It's such a nice little escape and you wouldn't know it. You walk into his backyard. Kodaly normal go through this beated entrance and there. It is if you if you're curious or instagram. It's the blue monkey. So google case for that one. You gotta check it out. It's definitely worth looking into. And so he house parties or does he hang out. Oh yeah oh yeah. And he his time in the sun that invites his buddies over and they have like a little already. There is fantastic. No it's really really cool when we all get together. It's a blast to go in there and have a tiki mug collector. He likes tiki mugs. And he's actually become a pretty good mixologist too he's he's actually turned put together some really good potions that has affected me in many ways i i will say but anyway we regret i love the tiki culture and everything. It's just a fun tales of blood island..

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"delancey" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:13 min | 10 months ago

"delancey" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"This is don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. Sometimes you have the experience anyway but people at all day thanks in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusions gentleman. It's great to talk to you. Speaking with julian mauri and also alex you yes. Thank you almost tricky. One on my american showing a little bit here..

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"delancey" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"delancey" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Perfect perfect candidate and It as antibiotic laid out really really is That i didn't i hadn't thought about it. Delancey said it but it. It's one of those end of the era type personalities connection. Yeah connection to a certain you know certain atmosphere racetrack and and and believe me. I was very you know. Very grateful that he welcomed me into that office. If you know what. I mean you could be. You know. we'll even not. I'm not saying how to be You know whatever but you had to be in his type of whatever he was the guy he should behind that you know. That's his office. He'd sit there and we don't come in here and basically about the conversations and it was you know it was guy and I just love. i mean that's way back when i'm going back but That's how i started. I started as an act was active. Duckpin steve that was that was the real acqueduct. If you know what. I mean real race but never be another harvey pack and thank you for having me. I mean i can't thank you. Nothing at some tremendous skies on today in Thank you for making me be a part. I really absolutely absolutely delighted neck. We'll see you. We'll see you next week. Right sounds good and I was a schoolteacher doing these days. She's you know. Listen she's She's good she i. She's retired from the she. I can't get her can't get her into the Not not retired from teaching. She just retired retired from punch tickets..

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"delancey" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"delancey" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. sometimes you have that experience anyway. People at all they're gone in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Today we look at the juice interesting. A substance that makes you more charismatic and it turns you into a carries might which is a person who's very charismatic. and today we have the author jan still welcome janet..

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"delancey" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"delancey" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Comes to my mind. You know it in hopes to me and how to leave. I stress and school charm. So is that something you might want to pursue some day As besides the acting is maybe write some things. I don't i don't think so. I mean that that used to be a dream of mine to be like an author. But i don't think so anymore I do. I would love to continue in the acting industry Possibly eat them. Maybe being and director. I've always loved to combat so that could be something that i to do but i don't think i know into the writing his well. The thing is you're getting a valuable lesson now because you're watching other directors direct and. You could see what they're doing and And they're doing it. There's nothing i think. Better than being on a set and seeing how production and rolls and you know this one obviously has some money behind it too so you can really get an idea of how production this is is is run so pretty interesting for you. I'm sure i learned so much from the directors that i watch incredible. Now the thing is how. How much of a gap between when you shot this and where you are now a shot this summer so i was i was. I was thirteen when we shot this and Now i'm i just turned fifteen last month. So yeah it's been about and the audition process was actually two years ago. Yes almost two years ago exactly. So it's been one heck of a ride. But i guess if you haven't seen the last two episodes but if you are to play alice again look a little different. I would think that's great though. That's great so some good memories on the set and everything with the cash. I'm sure birthdays were celebrated and all that. Oh yeah. I have tons of good memories That was wanna see in particular that was just so funny to me and probably so annoying to the rest of cast and crew because because it was one scene where devan and i were sitting at a table eating but turned he actually that the yeah he accidentally messed up one of his lines and it completely and completely threw us off for the whole rest of the take and all of the takes after we could not polish together and and it was so it was funny for us but i was at the same time i was still embarrassed because of all the like the directors. Were telling us. Calm down. Calm down. But i was like trying charring crystal fox played. Your mom is that right. wow. I love that. Yeah yeah she does. She was dynamite. I mean i you could see that there was a bond between you and a totally came across. Yeah what was it like to work with her. She's obviously been in the business awhile to. Oh i loved her. I really did she She was really fun. She's really funny. We we actually you know Became like quite good brand behind the scenes and off the set and it was really really fun to get to know her. I really love working with her. She said amazing actress. And i would definitely do it again. She's so is there any word on season two right now cross really just lastly as far as like shooting a show for streaming Do you and i know there. They were rules. You know governing how much time you could work but do they shoot more than one episode at the same time at consecutively or is there a break or how does that work. When we must shooting we did an episode at a time so usually take about a week. Usually take about a week. Maybe more to film an episode. And then you know we just go right into the next one. And and i wasn't in the first episode and the second one so i didn't have to be there for that you know that I a weeks once i did. I got you know. I caught onto the schedule. I it was. It's so fun to work on. It was really fun. Is there anything else that you have coming up. I guess everything's on home but is there any. I guess you can do auditions the zoom in that kind of thing but is there anything that you might start like maybe early next year during the migrations hoping to get back into the swing of things and start you know getting back onto business and getting back to work and starting again. 'cause i'm really looking forward to that. So this guys right now. Oh good well good luck. Good luck with those here. Thank you could great to talk to you. I mean you're obviously a talent and As they say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree you you're carrying on the family business and your natural. I mean it was. I've seen so many young actors couldn't pull off the scenes that you had to pull off. It's a credit to you. And i think we're going to be hearing a lot of value as As you mature and you take on more challenging roles although this one was pretty challenging for sure thanks again fair and best of luck to you and happy holidays to you and enjoy your thanksgiving as well. Thank you so much. You're welcome and thank you for listening to sifi. Talk take care until next time. The show is called a utopia of course and it is on amazon prime. Check it out. Hi this is john delancey and you're very lucky to be listening to sifi talk..

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"delancey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"delancey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Policeman's where Salem Waterfront Hotel and Suites breakaway and Rosaria restaurant back the suit by the center focused on keeping the island today we heard from the vineyard we heard from man's pockets. They gave you a little bit of the lay of the land about what's happening on those two islands. And and now we have the opportunity to talk to a business owner on Cape Cod. Andi. His name is Dave Delancey. And he's the owner of the lobster trap Right there aboard. Dave. How you doing? I'm doing great, Jenny. Thanks for having me on good. Well, I've had the pleasure of dining at your awesome, awesome establishment. There's nothing like enjoying a giant lobster this time of year. And you guys do an incredible job with your lobsters. So First give us a little bit of background where the lobster trap is. Now. What are you guys offering in terms of of feeding? And and what are some changes that you had? Well, Whereas Faras menu we're offering our full summer menu. Ah, you know, we also have a full service fish market located in the same building of the restaurant. You know, we're open daily. As far as getting creative. We did. No to Ah, In the beginning of June, there we were able to open up the patio and ah kind of extended and give us a little extra seating area. We did, uh, put up some jersey barriers along the street in the front of our park in law and, ah, you know, spruce it up a little bit and make it look as pretty as we can and We're able to add about five more tables in the parking lot just adjacent to our you know, regular patio going to here and so great that you're able to offer your full menu of which I know is pretty inventive, creative and extensive. On DH. Certainly the market as well because I broke, you know, maybe are doing a little bit more dining in, and they they typically are. They could both come to eat with you and then and then bring something home for the next day. Can you talk to us about the cape in general? Take us a little bit outside of your establishment. I know you probably don't leave your very often. But on what? What does it feel like, you know, certainly a different summer, but how you know that feel Is it still busy? Yeah, we're definitely busy, but it's definitely a different feel. Uh, we're obviously not breaking any records this year, and we're seeing a lot more of our When we call regular, some of people, people that families own houses on the cave forever, and they're spending more time with their cave houses, and we're seeing less definitely no international tourism unless You know, less people from the West Coast of Midwest. We're not really seeing any people like that. And and what? You know, we talked to some names on the million were staffing has certainly been a major factor for them. Are you guys a little bit more insulated because you are You know your last season islands and in some ways Definitely, you know, Unfortunately, we and even set aside and talk it and, ah, the vineyard, even guys and Orleans and, well, Feli. Friends of mine in the business are Having a real hard time with staffing. Fortunately for us because we're opening around, we have a solid, you know, core base of full time employees. Uh, we did get all of our regular employees back. Plus, you know, all of our summer. Kids were chomping at the bit to get in there because they all get sent home from college early. The kids they're usually in the middle of May. We're calling me April. Firstly, when can I start working? So feeling? Ah, little bit insulated? Ah. As you said, compared to other restaurants that's great to hear. And can you tell us a little bit about the response from customers? Are you feeling like people are are are are more anxious than you would imagine what calm than you'd imagine, are grateful to be out. What is your sense of your customer of the overall consensus majority? 96 97% of the people Are very especially people live right in town and born and found a sandwich in the core customer base. They're all grateful, thankful that were open. We're thankful to have them in their support. Most people that are coming out just like they set out on the table. They order drink, they get an advertiser, and then they go. Wait actually feel little bit normal for a few minutes. Um, we are again. You know, a little bit of some people. You know, everybody thinks everything is going to be perfect. We're trying the best we can every day, but we do get Get a couple people every week. Ah, sorry customer in the parking lot of the waiting here, and he wasn't wearing a mask and you guys need to do a better job and it's so you get a small percentage of the people that are a little more anxious coming out. But the overwhelming majority is just thankful to be out there able to feel a little bit normal and and looking to have some fun and relax for a little bit. I think, And they're always going to be those that liars there along with the majority, grateful for an appreciative for the work that's taking place and they go anything But Billy and I kept saying to everybody as restaurant for staring open, eh? And the patients. These are the they're very, very different times They've had to put in additional protocols of which of dignity that already had So many protocols. So, Dave, tell us about some of the highlights on the many for those who haven't been the lobster Cobb. Ah, I would obviously lobster, you know, we are named, lost the trap and we are Ah! You know, a full service Fish market restaurant were also a seafood wholesaler, and our lobster roll is lights out. It's just really simply prepared fresh truck lobs to me little mayo Salt pepper on a grilled Rios problem. There's a great raw bar. There's everything so sensitive matter what you're looking for A secret or not. You have so many opportunities and folks can order lobster. If they're not on the case was the one that they go today. Lobsters online dot com. Lobsters online dot com Thank you so much for taking the time..

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"delancey" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"delancey" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Why called me up and said the script. Read the rules just think so Of course I thought it was great. It was great role. Also I think You know arm on screen. How Love Chemistry on screen? I I realized that when I saw this this time round you know first time okay. I didn't know much movies but now you're seeing the Monitor. The scene together. Yeah there's something there and of course you have a lot of filth in values because that other movie we did but it's been a long time but even if we hadn't because he's Italian you know I'm romantic in London you know there's sort of there's something there and. I think it works in this picture to these firewalls are also works and also because your friends fall out of both sides can things so it's Kinda cool. He's he's really. He's he's very talented guy. Know Yup Sarin. I Forget Memories Everybody's realizing those guys I mean. Not many people like him now. He knows what he's doing you know he's certainly knows what he's doing. Which is a great. How do you? How do you back on on rocky four now all these years later? And how does it sit with you her where I look back at this song like first movie? Role IS TERRIFIC. I was young. Nothing could face me you know. It was inexperienced but physically very wrong was it was a great time. I got a great rate World famous very quickly practice is is is very tough heart newest and still are neither one way. Because you know it's all college swing I mean even thinking of the government but it's very very positive memory and You know I'm still remember the Kausar and Well is there a chance that If there's another universal soldier you would you return up especially at John Hives acting like him a lot? He's very talented I think he could probably do very well. Individuals enda anything. He makes the movie fucking do something in this picture. Maybe a little more of it than certainly back okay. Well that's great. Well thank you for your time and Take Care certainly recommend that people catch this movie? Definitely it's a lot of fun great to see you both back in to thank you so much for listening. Hi this is John Delancey and you are very lucky to be listening to Sifi Talk..

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"delancey" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"delancey" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

"And then we did. The three sixty which the camera doesn't move into three sixty. It's locked in the middle and everything's calibrated so that you could see everywhere at all times Knowing that audience view everywhere at all times I had to make sure that there was always movement like even though it was written at people were sitting in the circle. I want to make sure that certain actors got up and ran all the way around so that also kind of like a magician would do certain things to show that the trick is actually happening in the boxer. I wanted people to know that it wasn't filmed in quadrant and stitch together. I want you to see an actor completely circle on interrupted while everyone else is doing their thing. So you know. We plotted that allow which was the whole other layer. Usually just don't have to deal with when doing a regular film and and talk about that camera that social animal came up with that That looked like that was. I mean I've seen some of the footage from behind the scenes stuff. That was really amazing. How this thing looked at work and everything. It's really as well. It looks like An enforcer drone or a probe droid from Star Wars. And you know what crazy too is that it has it shoots in order to get the alignment of the Lens correct. They shoot vertically into a mirror. That captions Behar's ongoing and niche actors are kind of sharing themselves which is also weird. I don't know of anyone mentioned that you know you know you're sitting there when you're trying to have an line with the person across the table and you're sharing yourself so that's always a little weird you know. I think that added another factor here to the whole adjustment. Period of camera itself is a technological marvel. It's you know it just takes so much information. It's all these considers number two. Just you know bring in the gigabytes of information that are happening per second and then there's a whole amount of post production working computer work that has to be done to stitch all the frank they get this one in US loop. Wow I can only imagine what that one was spent like. That's usually you know. We'll we'll shoot even shooting on a red and we you know we're in like to K Four K. It's getting crazy these days the resolution but you still can render things in a few hours. We would put clips together because also remember. It's like life here. You can't edit because there's nowhere to go you're always looking at the same thing and so it would be seven take and they would render it and they'd and we would look at some low resin versions and they're like okay so now the final thing in twenty seven days. Wow We'd have to wait months to render then I'd be like Oh you know what I'd really like to adjust this thing and then we'd wait again so that's why you know it's been taking awhile to get it finishes 'cause there's this whole other level of post work. It's just not done on a normal film. To complete interviews will be available in future. Sifi talk so stay tuned. Hi this is John Delancey and you are very lucky to be listening to Sifi Talk..

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"delancey" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"delancey" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

"Very well done. Really like rising the comics but I. I just wish it was a little as I wish. Almost anything had a little more copy in a little more likely into the. It says them tonal issues. That Way. There's like some really depressing Shit. And then sometimes it's a horror show but at some time. But it's mystifying tone in the first couple of episodes Johnny. I think it was one of my big surprises. So far watching next generation is the amount of humor and lightheartedness that they put into the episodes. I I've I've been very surprised by it. Yeah I mean they're original star. Trek had some comedy. Not all of it was intentional. Was campy some camp comedy Shatner's. Yeah so who is exactly but Yeah I mean. Bills favor will reicher as always. He's always good for a quick at least at some point. Act Up so that that'd be good to go with that and also her pure humor and for just because every episode the John delancey is in is fantastic. The tenth episode. Which you're probably GONNA COME UP ON. Pretty soon is his first appearance in. Tng S Q or a second appearance. But he's in the first episode in the First Episode. But the first two episodes yeah. The first encounter a four-point story but then he comes back in episode ten hiding Q. Is really good. Yeah he he's. He's one of my favorite recurring characters. In anything yeah. I know that I I don't know anything about the best. And yes what? John was just mentioning. He's he's one of the reasons. The end of Star Trek next generation is so good. I'm I'M GONNA end the show before you guys ruined the entire fucking show for me so Everybody thanks for listening. Stay Safe Washer fucking hands. Stay inside and We'll talk to you soon at the pop culture on twitter be well. Everybody knew her name..

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"delancey" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"delancey" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Rankin wins going on it's time to wake that **** up on my hands yeah man Gary's Daddy's legend icon put some respect on west coast she Sir delancey touching all around entertainer yeah genius probably gonna be pissed how are I wake up the guy right right right now news we can't wait for it this is the second he replied right there that caught the keep it going all right then they can and want to discuss every morning on the team as we our one oh six one issue it's just definitely it's always they we and cannon gets a check up for Dr oz two thousand two hundred eighty five thousand people to H. one in one it seems like this is one way more extreme precautions that were taken and when you have that ability to become nuclear so to speak it worries health officials we can treat this problem the rates going to be more than the world doesn't have to be ten times more than a slow using social distancing me more about that because it is widely then you can deal with it anymore so I just do drug development and other big city mayors wonderful because they give birth to reduce complications there's certain point you say you know what that's enough coverage don't tolerate.

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Money Week Night Quiz

Chompers

02:12 min | 2 years ago

Money Week Night Quiz

"It's money week and tonight we've got the answer to the quiz from this morning. Our question was which which of these is. A type of money is a cat sow type of money is a delancey type of money or is a ruby. Don't be a type of money ready for the answer for Switzer brushing to the other side of the top of your mouth and give your tongue brush to the answer is they're all types of money remember. How different countries have different names for their money? Like how in the United States we we pay for things with dollars but in France they pay for things with Euros. Well the castle and the Ruby are all types of money used around the world world. The Quetzal is used in a country called Guatemala. The delancey is what they call their money into. GIMME A- and the ruby comes from India Switch you're brushing to the bottom of your mouth on the way back to what one of them. All is a small country in Central America. Most of the people who live in Guatemala speak either Spanish or a Mayan language and their money is called the kit. Sal All the kids all is named after a beautiful blue red and green bird that has long feathers a long time ago. The mayans who lived in Guatemala would use kits all feathers to buy things and that's why they now call their money. The case Saul Switzer rushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth. Don't brush too hard. The lawsuit comes from a country in Africa called the Gambia and just like one. Dollar caller is the same as one hundred pennies in the United States. One deloise

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"delancey" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"delancey" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Valentine now what's trending on seventy seven W. A. B. C. and W. A. B. C. radio dot com president Donald Trump petting to New Jersey for a campaign rally this evening in Wildwood New Jersey the territory of congressman Jeff van drew who recently flipped his party allegiance from blue to red here's correspond about brown president trump holding a rally the convention center which can barely see seven thousand people he's doing it to support congressman Jeff van drew recently switched from the democratic to the Republican Party mayor Pete Byron the Democrat himself the national exposure that while what is getting we could not we would never have a line item in our budget that would be great enough to cover the exposure that we are getting there will be organized protests chalet Walford says van who doesn't speak for all of South Jersey there's still a lot of it down here who rejects that that ministrations rhetoric I'm Bob brown for seventy seven W. ABC news prominent legal scholar Alan Dershowitz of Harvard argued and president trump's defense at his impeachment trial Monday he said that a crime is required to impeach and remove a president and that the articles of impeachment against trump site no crime we pro quo well one is not a basis for abuse of power it's part of the way foreign policy has been operated by presidents since the beginning of time meanwhile president trump today unveils his administration's much anticipated Middle East planet follows meetings yesterday at the White House with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his political rival Danny gods before trump heads to New Jersey police say four people shot outside the Bridgeport Superior Court house were targeted the identities of those shot have not yet been released three people are in custody they'll victims are expected to survive the investigation into the helicopter crash in heavy fog continues that killed retired L. a Laker Kobe Bryant is thirteen year old daughter here's correspondent Jim rope with the details pretty devastating accident scene NTSB investigator Jennifer harmony says there is an initial impact crater and then the debris is spread about five to six hundred feet around it well she says she's confident because we'll be determined she would not give an indication of which direction the investigation is directed she did say that the pilot requested special visual flight rules assistance from the tower radar systems if you will but it is unclear why the chopper appears to have veered left before impact the NBA game between the LA Lakers and the LA clippers scheduled for tonight at the staples center has been postponed a dramatic rescue in lower Manhattan all captured on video Sunday bystanders actually lifted an S. U. V. awful woman pinned underneath that S. U. V. at the intersection of delancey in Norfolk street the woman spoke exclusively to this woman her name is Veronica she didn't want to give her last name she spoke to channel seven Eyewitness News credible I'm so grateful for them and the woman from Germany just moved in and two weeks ago she suffered an ankle injury but she's okay the sixty five year old driver was issued a summons as a pedestrian was in the crosswalk and have the right away at the time of the crash Dow futures right now down to four hundred fifty three points W. A. B. C. news time six oh three traffic sports and weather next talk radio seventy seven WABC echo device Jello like sort of place seventy seven WABC seventy seven W. bees do you sell.

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"delancey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"delancey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bootcamp is kind of a hazing. So they're ready for whatever strenuous tasks they might encounter on the job. But there is something on the job site that still might be hard for women to handle the unwanted sexual attention winters. Executive director, Alexandra Torres Delancey is pragmatic about it. She says winter teaches sexual harassment prevention dress like all the other workers if someone bothers you say no with a straight face. No giggling, and if they won't stop here the steps to report it I'm struck that. She isn't talking about how the culture of construction needs to change. I gave up on that. I think I think is a mistake to think that you're going to change your whole industry. That has been. Same for you know, hundreds and hundreds of years in this country. What I want the women to still be women and be respected as women. But I want them to be workers more than anything in winter wants women to stay stick it out succeed and help the women coming behind them. If a winter graduate isn't getting the same training as a man on the job site rather than complain winter will track down someone with the skill. The woman needs to learn and set up a session for the two of them after hours or on a Saturday. So she can learn it Torres Glenn seat says it solves the problem. And the woman doesn't come off as a complainer. And then they go back, and it changes the way people see them. And they'll say, oh, what were you learn how to do this? Well, the winter program, very good..

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"delancey" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"delancey" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"A number of Democrats that are saying let's do this. They're coming out of their their hibernation. So to speak to say, this is the real deal. We've got to do this at a lot of the were saying, we were always supportive of this. But we went along with the leadership just to show solidarity. There is no solidarity. Because even we are split on this. As Americans are split. All this Republicans have Democrats there are some Republicans out there that don't wanna wall. Let's call it the way it is. Though, there is somebody who's very very close to Nancy Pelosi now as I said earlier, this may be a little bit of a trick. This may be a bomb thrower in disguise, but steady Hoyer, the house majority leader. Very close to Nancy Pelosi, very very very close Delancey Pelosi said he is now willing to invite President Trump to give his state of the union address. Says he has no problem at all with that. And he says, yes, I am breaking from Nancy Pelosi. He was asked on Fox News if he'd be willing to allow Trump to address everybody, you know, in person to the house of representatives. Sure was his answer. Sure. I have no problem with that. Neil kavoodo is him. Now caboodle then asked if Pelosi would also allow Trump to give that speech, and he said, look, I don't know what discussions have been. So I won't say now I've got something in the way of a follow up on that from Nancy Pelosi. But Steny Hoyer says it's okay with him. I have no problem with this. I want to schedule a walk through. I don't know if Nancy we'll go with that..

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"delancey" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"delancey" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"Down aka live from the Delancey McDonald's bathroom, it's the east Tremont VP asking people to use their works doing all these hits. Like, either is and. Really? Can't get the token plays for the bathroom and do the from bump it can. I get it. Please the disrespect come on, man. Give me that you got to never get caught. Fifties old put we meal. Oh. This is a rock song. Take a boys many lustrous most Leicester's would we should podcast Grammy's twenty. You know what I'm saying? It's the was the only Roxanne's of which I am. The. Tree. Foodie. Yeah, too. But as. You know what I'm saying? But I. This higher goal concert gets me. Br I need to be Java. I met my Christmas. I'm never gonna fail chill on. This is very unsatisfied with two K rating. It's our board or or. Sandwiches. Tam? I love you, bro, you alleged you'll legend those stuff me. He's like six nine you with the road. No run out playing aggressive. You're listening. If you see me talk off edibles boss, Chris does reading the back of a LEGO box. Like it's bonfire of the vanities approach them like fuckers mantle Nick, I may react radically. You know what I'm saying? He may react like that saying they can hey depends on the class. Party. I'll show you buddy late and for my grandma Ollie. I'll fall asleep is myself. Local magic. Council picking favorites rapper. He's stalling tropical fantasy fake snap. Remember when he came up with the fixed apple? Hey, hey, saying. I mean the navy day. Hey. On your style. Okay. Thanks bye. Shutout loss me shall be saying. They ended April Kate that I'm being on your in China Nico. He told me peace. Okay. I'm. She's is ver died. Oh shit. Guess what happened? We haven't found. A gun is a five. Five we finally making it to Lagos so fucking excited.

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"delancey" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"delancey" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"He was a speaker at the recent freedom from religion foundation convention. I met him at the reason rally in two thousand sixteen and he has been really more and more involved in humanism and promoting science reason the evidence we're gonna talk again to John Delancey, probably arguably best known as q from Star Trek. The next generation. He himself is a got it will join us here in a couple of weeks. So a lot of cool stuff on the horizon. Make sure and hang around for that. Today is critical a necessary conversation that gets into religious counseling specific flavors of Christian or religious counseling that truly damaged people. I'm speaking with Shannon cues been doing some research on that. And there's video of this exchange that link for the YouTube video discussion in the description box of this show. Enjoy. I often have the opportunity to cross paths with people who are activist ING out there who are part of the conversations about religion, the influence of religion and liberation that comes when you sort of cast off, religion and. As of late. So over the last I don't know Shannon has been a year or when did you start your channel? May actually, okay recently. There's been sort of this swell of YouTube activist and new podcasters, Shannon, Q being among them. Glad to have you. Thanks for being my guest. Thank you thought. It'd be here. I wanna talk about how you busted into this. First of all, and then we're going to segue into kind of a more targeted at specific conversation about the damage done. Specifically. I think you're doing some research, and you've done a lot of homework on the damage done by Christian counseling, religious counseling specific flavors of counseling, and how they just essentially screw people up, but I wanna start with a little bio so that people know you and how to find you. Okay. Go ahead. Hit me. All. I am Shannon Q, and I have a YouTube channel called Shannon Q where I do atheist advocacy in my background is in psychology. I have education psychology, and I studied perceptual ignition communication theory. So I talk a lot about the intersections of psychology faith, and I also do my best to have complex and difficult conversations..

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"delancey" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"delancey" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Ah? Thinking atheist. It's not a person symbol and DEA. The population of eight this country is going through the rule rejecting faith knowledge challenging the sacred. If I tell the truth, it's because I tell the truth because I put my hand on Bulkin Mehta wish and working together for more Russian over on the risk of thinking feel so much happiness confusion. Wisdom will come to you that way. Soom nothing Christian everything and start thinking. This is the thinking ABS podcast hosted by south Andrews. New year. Intro. Probably it was time. I know that the opinions will probably be pulled arised at least for awhile anytime, you make a change it's difficult. But we are now on spreaker blog talk radio in speaker have merged. And so the show is available. I think already on Spotify. It is being submitted or has been submitted to heart radio a potential hole new audience. And I just wanna make sure that people knew listeners, especially understand what the thinking is answering the same questions all the time. Like do. I call myself thinking tonight say hail. No, I don't call myself. The thinking eighth ius that's not the point other people say aren't too all atheists thinking eighth east or isn't thinking too redundant. And I'm like, oh, I wish that was true. You obviously don't have a Twitter account. No, not all atheists are thinking atheist, not all people think through how they got to where they are why they have the opinion or. -ception or or belief or claim that they have, you know, people aren't always thinking about their positions. Even though they might hold an accurate position. It doesn't mean they got their rationally anyway, there's a whole bunch of that going on. So I got kind of a new front door here for the year twenty nineteen happy new year. Glad you're listening coming up next week. I'm going to be talking to director j Shapiro. He is one of the directors of the new documentary film called Islam and the future of tolerance. And we're going to play some clips from the new film, which is already available on Amazon, and I tunes and everywhere you can just download it. But we're gonna talk about Islam and the future of tolerance unnecessary conversation about conversation in two weeks. I'm talking again to John Delancey, heralded stage, and TV and film, actor and also humanist activist. Can you believe John Delancey is he seventy years old, then look it? But he's been in the business for like half a century. And it's interesting. Because lately, he's been doing less acting and he's been doing more humanist activism..

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