35 Burst results for "Demi"

How Emilio Estevez Got One up on Alec Baldwin

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:43 min | Last week

How Emilio Estevez Got One up on Alec Baldwin

"So Demi Moore though, you were you did wisdom with the Demi Moore. We were engaged. Yeah, that's what I thought. Yeah. No? No, I'm just kidding. No, but I'll tell you. But there's an Alec Baldwin component to this. This is in your new movie? And Alec doesn't even know this. Alex and his latest film does not know this story. Uh oh. Oh. Juicy castle. Do not use this clip. Alec Baldwin does not know the truth of how he came to be known by me. And that is, there was a bunch of us. There was a group of us. It was, you know, Tom Cruise and Sean Penn and so we were all up for the same roles and we, you know, we'd fight it out in some way would get the offer and someone would be in waiting. If that person passed, then you'd step in and we were all sort of kind of interchangeable for a moment. Along comes Alec Baldwin. Right. He's 6 foot something. He's not fucking ridiculously handsome. He's a wonderful actor. And the whole town is abuzz. All your hearing is Alec Baldwin Alec Baldwin. You and Tom Cruise are out slamming tequila. He's a dick. He's too tall. Right. So, Demi and I are engaged. She has a, she's living in a little bungalow that she owns in West Hollywood, and she has to go to the dentist and leaves me a home alone at her house. I sort of for, you know, for the afternoon. Right. Do you remember the days when we used to have the little phone answering machines and had the volume up? Oh, so you could hear it. Of screen calls. Hi. It's Alec Baldwin. Oh, I love this story. Go ahead. The phone rings. The volume's on. Hello to me. It's Alec Baldwin. And he's going on. And I don't know what. I don't know what the relationship is after that point. But I'm her fiance. Did you pick it up? It's Emilio. No. No, no, no. No? No, no. No. I walked over to the machine and I said, interesting. Alec Baldwin just called interesting. Huh. Erase. I hit the erase. And I felt like I had just given him some right hook, a cold cocktail. I knocked out a moment flat he's out overly tall. Done. To this day, I don't know if she ever heard the message or he ever called back.

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Missionary Jacob Pursley Unpacks the Armenian Genocide

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:32 min | 2 weeks ago

Missionary Jacob Pursley Unpacks the Armenian Genocide

"Tell us about the Armenian Genocide. So in 1894, there was a massacre of around 200,000 Armenians, and this was done by sultan Hamid the second. And he basically the Christians living in the Ottoman Empire at that time were under this thing called Demi status under Demi too and they had different laws they had to adhere to as second class citizens. So if any Armenian would transgress their law, they were collectively punished by the Ottoman government. Not individually. Collective punishment. Because let's say, for example, it was illegal to share the gospel with a Muslim or if you had a church and the cross kind of fell. If you wanted to put the cross back up, that was illegal. You had to go through all of these. There's a whole list of laws, a Dimitri laws. And they were not allowed to own weapons to defend themselves. Their testimony was worth half a Muslim, so they had a lot of oppression. And there was an incident happened in an area of turkey where the Ottomans saying we're just going to massacre these people. And they did that started in 1894 to 1896. Systemic planned. Yes, murder. Right. And then there's this group that you have heard of called the Young Turks that come along. I've heard about, I don't know if you know this in America. Oh yeah. But there's a media organization called the Young Turks. Oh yeah, when I got along very well. I was shocked, Kirk. I was like, that's like calling your organization the Nazi. You hurt their youth. We're not. It's that bad. Oh, it is that bad.

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Why AJ Can't Like Maya Rudolph Anymore

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:53 min | Last month

Why AJ Can't Like Maya Rudolph Anymore

"The other day, I came across what seemed like a meaningless article. It was a former SNL player, Maya Rudolph, looking back on how David Letterman made her feel embarrassed and the key word here is humiliated because he mispronounced her name Maya instead of Maya. But now it is Maya and it's not Maya. Like the whole Demi Demi bullshit, this is back in 2009. Her first appearance on Letterman. I let this article. I'm like, what's wrong with this asshole? I always love her comedy. I think she was brilliant on her SNL years, but I said to myself, shit, now I can't like her. But I thought four or 5 days ago, this is too small a story. To bring up on this show, I'm always getting mad. I'm always telling people anger I am. Maybe I could just bypass this one, I just thought it would go away. But it didn't go away. Nothing just goes away today. And once some Internet slews picked it up, they began to let her have it. And mindfully so. But can you imagine, did you see this story when it first came out? She said, he said my name wrong. And I just sat there. I grew up my whole life in love with him, and now my heart is broken. I'm sitting here embarrassed and humiliated. I didn't know how to come up with something funny to say? My public persona muscle wasn't destroying yet. Public persona must I asshole. And by the way, David Letterman quickly apologized. And said her name the correct way. It was a brief moment in time.

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Are Depressed Musicians Starting a New '28 Club' for Being Sad?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:23 min | 2 months ago

Are Depressed Musicians Starting a New '28 Club' for Being Sad?

"Here's another young millionaire unhappy with the life they chose. Remember I told you a few weeks ago, Shawn Mendes needed to stop his tour for mental health check. And then it was Justin Bieber who had to put a stop to his tour because he needed a break and the mental health he didn't feel right. He was tired, he's 28. Were you ever tired of 28 years old? Then there was Demi Lovato last week saying, you know, she hates this touring, and she's probably gonna stop doing this after this tour, you know, and I can't do this anymore. And now the latest one is Halsey. You know Halsey? She's a cutie. Halsey's a real cutie and a great singer. She revealed that sometimes she wonders if she chose the wrong life after confessing that she feels a deep sadness, obviously this article was written with the day them pronouns. I will not say them. Halsey is a female, and that's what I'm going to refer to as. She said, I find that often there's a deep sadness inside me that no amount of worldly pleasure can touch a loneliness, an emptiness. I wonder often if I chose the wrong life for myself, and the weight of it is suffocating, I'm sorry that melancholy has penetrated my art in a way that hasn't served a greater purpose other than my own self loathing. I'm approaching my 28th birthday in a week and just now exhaling and gasping for air for the first time since I took a single breath in this new life at 18, a breath that was meant to sustain me for a decade. What the fuck is she talking about? You're 28 years old. You've got millions. What are you quitting for? Is this the new magic age? At least Janis Joplin and Kurt Cobain, Jimi Hendrix, and others checked out in 27. Is this what happens when you turn 28 if you're in music?

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Florida Diner Owner Describes Meltdown by Lois Frankel Operative

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:55 min | 4 months ago

Florida Diner Owner Describes Meltdown by Lois Frankel Operative

"Well, as you know, I hung up a young woman who's running for her Azure opponent. In the area here. And I support her. She's a conservative as I am. And I put her picture up as you come in the door. And I support her. And I have that right as a marriage. We're all Americans first. That's what I told Lois. But anyway, she came in, we're actually happy was somebody came in. I guess I wanted her operatives came in head lunch around 1 o'clock. And then he came up to pay and he saw the poster there of Deborah Demi, who's running against Lois and he questioned, why don't you like Lois? And I wasn't there. I was in the back, and my son was there, and my waitresses was there, and they said, the owner supports this woman for the candidacy. And she got started, I wish he saw this. This poster, she got a little, I guess, disturbed that would have said on her retire lowest rankle. It was nothing nothing bad, but she didn't care for it. So she started to have a little bit of a meltdown to my waitress and my way to time out. I'm not the owner of the owner. So she called me out in the back. So I came out to talk to Lois, but I know who Lois is. I've been served her for quite a few years as our customer with all due respect. I'll serve anybody. Democrat or Republican. Doesn't matter. I have to agree with her, but I'll serve her with all due respect. But anyway, she called me out and I confronted her. She said, why is this? And I said, well, this ice support this woman here and trying to remember to my best ability has been about a month and a half now. So anyway, she kept going on and on, I said, ma'am, we're Americans first. I believe we are. And I had the right to vote and support whoever I choose. And she went ahead and said, yes, you do, mister Trump. Oh, okay. I guess you're upset. Having a meltdown more and more.

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"demi" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

03:37 min | 5 months ago

"demi" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"So I feel like, and why should computers be even possible? Wasn't that amazing that computational electronic devices can be possible. And they're made of sand, are most common element that we have silicon on the earth's crust. It could have been made of diamond or something. Then we would have only had one computer, right? So it's a lot of things are kind of slightly suspicious to me. It sure as heck sounds this puzzle sure as that sounds like something we talked about earlier. What it takes to design a game that's really fun to play for prolonged periods of time. And it does seem like this puzzle, like you mentioned, the more you learn about it, the more you realize how little you know. So it humbles you, but excites you by the possibility of learning more. It's one heck of a one heck of a puzzle we got going on here. So like I mentioned, of all the people in the world, you're very likely to be the one who creates the AGI system that achieves human level intelligence and goes beyond it. So if you got a chance in very well, you could be the person that goes into the room with the system and have a conversation. Maybe you only get to ask one question. If you do, what question would you ask her? I would probably ask what is the true nature of reality? I think that's the question. I don't know if I'd understand the answer because maybe it would be 42 or something like that. But that's the question I would ask. And then there'll be a deep sigh from the systems like, all right, how do I explain to you? Exactly. All right, let me I don't have time. To explain, maybe I'll draw you a picture. I mean, how do you even begin to answer that question? Well, I think it would. What would you think the answer could possibly look like? I think it could start looking like more fundamental explanations of physics would be the beginning. More careful specification of that taking walking us through by the hand as to what one would do to maybe prove those things out. Maybe.

"demi" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

04:45 min | 5 months ago

"demi" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"So I think we just don't understand what it would be like to be able to hold all of that in mind, potentially, right? And then active at once, and then maybe what are the connections that are available there. So I think no doubt there are huge things to be discovered just like that. But I do think there is this other type of creativity of true spark of new knowledge, new idea never thought before about can't be averaged from things that are known. That really, of course, everything nobody creates in a vacuum. So there must be clues somewhere, but just a unique way of putting those things together. I think some of the greatest scientists in history have displayed that, I would say, although it's very hard to know going back to their time, what was exactly known when they came up with those things. You're making a really think because just the thought experiment of deeply knowing a hundred Wikipedia pages. I don't think I can I've been really impressed by Wikipedia for technical topics. Yeah. So if you know a hundred pages or a thousand pages, I don't think who can truly comprehend what's what kind of intelligence that is. That's a pretty powerful tone. If you know how to use that in integrate that information correctly. Yes. I think you can go really far. You can probably construct thought experiments based on that. Like simulate different ideas. So if this is true, let me run this thought experiment that maybe this is true. It's not really invention. It's like just taking literally the knowledge and using it to construct a very basic simulation of the world. I mean, some argue it's romantic and part, but Einstein would do the same kind of things with a thought experiment. One could imagine doing that systematically across millions of Wikipedia pages plus PubMed, all these things. I think there are many, many things to be discovered like that that usually useful. You know, you could imagine, and I want us to do some of these things in material science like room temperatures, superconductors is something on my list one day I'd like to have an AI system to help build better optimized batteries, all of these sort of mechanical things, I think a systematic sort of search could be guided by a model could be could be extremely powerful. So speaking of which you have a paper on nuclear fusion, magnetic control is talking about plasmas to deep reinforcement learning, so you're seeking to solve nuclear fusion with deep RL. So it's doing control of high temperature plasmas. Can you explain this work? And can AI eventually solve nuclear fusion? It's been very fun last year or two and very productive because we've been taking off a lot of my dream projects if you like of things that I've collected over the years of areas of science that I would like to I think could be very transformative if we helped accelerate and I really interesting problems, scientific challenges in and of themselves. This is energy. So energy. Yes, exactly. So energy and climate. So we talked about disease and biology is being one of the biggest places I think AI can out with. I think energy and climate is another one. So maybe they would be my top two. And fusion is one area I think AI can help with. Now, fusion has many challenges, mostly physics, material science, and engineering challenges as well to build these massive fusion reactors and contain the plasma and what we try to do and whenever we go into a new field to apply our systems is we look for we talked to domain experts..

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"demi" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

03:50 min | 5 months ago

"demi" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"So there'll be other considerations in future, but for right now, you know, I think alpha fold is a kind of a gift from us to the scientific community. So I'm pretty sure that something like alpha fold would be part of Nobel Prizes in the future. But us humans, of course, are horrible credit assignment. So we'll of course give it to the humans. Do you think there will be a day when AI system can't be denied that it earned that Nobel Prize? Do you think we will see that in 21st century? It depends what type of AIs we end up building, right? Whether they're goal seeking agents who specifies the goals who comes up with the hypotheses who determines which problems to tackle, right? So I think it's about it. Announcement of the results announced results exactly as part of it. So I think right now, of course, it's amazing human ingenuity that's behind these systems and then the system in my opinion is just a tool. It would be a bit like saying with Galileo and his telescope, the ingenuity, the credit should go to the telescope. I mean, it's clearly Galileo building the tool which he then uses. So I still see that in the same way today, even though these tools learn for themselves. I think of things like alpha fold and the things we're building as the ultimate tools for science and for acquiring new knowledge to help us as scientists acquire new knowledge. I think one day there will come a point where an AI system may solve will come up with something like general relativity of its own bat, not just by averaging everything on the Internet or averaging everything on PubMed. Although that would be interesting to see what that would come up with, so that to me is a bit like our earlier debate about creativity, inventing go rather than just coming up with a good go move..

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"demi" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:34 min | 5 months ago

"demi" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"So I think this is why I call AI and engineering science. It's one of the most fascinating science disciplines, but it's also an engineering science in the sense that unlike natural sciences, the phenomenon you're studying, it doesn't exist out in nature. You have to build it first. So you have to build the artifact first and then you can study and pull it apart and how it works. This is tough to ask you this question because you probably will say it's everything, but let's try let's try to think of this because you're in a very interesting position where DeepMind is a place of some of the most brilliant ideas in the history of AI, but it's also a place of brilliant engineering. So how much of solving intelligence, this big goal for DeepMind, how much of it is science, how much is engineering. So how much is the algorithms? How much is the data? How much is the hardware compute infrastructure? How much is it the software compute infrastructure? What else is there? How much is the human infrastructure? And just the humans interacting certain kinds of ways. The space of all those ideas and how much is maybe philosophy. What's the key if. You were to sort of look back like if we go forward 200 years to look back, what was the key thing that solved intelligence? I think it's a combination. First of all, of course, it's a combination of all those things, but the ratios of them changed over time. So even in the last 12 years, we started DeepMind in 2010, which is hard to imagine now because 2010, it's only 12 short years ago, but nobody was talking about AI. I don't know if you remember back to your MIT data. No one was talking about it. I did a postdoc at MIT back around then. And it was sort of thought of as well, look, we know AI doesn't work. We tried this hard in the 90s. Places like MIT, mostly losing using logic systems and old fashioned sort of good old fashioned AI. We would call it now. People like minsky and Patrick Winston and you know all these characters, right? And used to debate a few of them and they used to think I was mad thinking about that some new advance could be done with learning systems and I was actually pleased to hear that because at least you know you're on a unique track at that point, right? Even if all of your professors are mad. And of course in industry, you couldn't get difficult to get two cents together. Which is hard to imagine now as well, given that it's the biggest sort of buzzword in VCs and fundraising is easy and all these kind of things today. So back in 2010, it was very difficult. And the reason we started then and Shane and I used to discuss what were the sort of founding tenants of DeepMind. And it was various things. One was algorithmic advances. So deep learning Jeff Hinton and courage just had just sort of invented that in academia, but no one in industry knew about it..

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"demi" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

03:59 min | 5 months ago

"demi" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"He calculated roughly a pro to an average protein, which is maybe 2000 amino acids bases long is tenfold in maybe ten to the power 300 different conformations. So there's ten to the power 300 different ways that protein could fold up. And yet somehow, in nature, physics solves this, solves this in a matter of milliseconds. So proteins fold up in your body in sometimes in fractions of a second. So physics is somehow solving that search problem. And just to be clear, in many of these cases, maybe correct me if I'm wrong, there's often a unique way for that sequence to form itself. So among the huge number of possibilities, it figures out a way how to stably in some cases there might be a dysfunction, so on, which leads to a lot of the disorders and stuff like that, but most of the time it's a unique mapping and that unique mapping is not obvious. No, exactly. It's just what the problem is. Yeah, exactly. So there's a unique mapping usually in a healthy if it's healthy. And as you say in disease, so for example, Alzheimer's, one conjecture is that it's because of misfolded protein. A protein that falls in the wrong way, amyloid beta protein. So, and then because it folds in the wrong way, it gets tangled up in your neurons. So it's super important to understand both healthy functioning and also disease is to understand what these things are doing and how they're structuring. Of course, the next step is sometimes proteins change shape when they interact with something. So they're not just static necessarily in biology. Maybe you can give some interesting sort of beautiful things to you about these early days of alpha fold of solving this problem because unlike games, this is real, physical systems that are less amenable to self play type of mechanisms. Sure. The size of the dataset is smaller that you might otherwise like. So you have to be very clever about certain things..

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"demi" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

03:24 min | 5 months ago

"demi" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"The following is a conversation with demis hassabis. CEO and cofounder of DeepMind. A company that has published and builds some of the most incredible artificial intelligence systems in the history of computing, including AlphaZero that learned all by itself, to play the game of go better than any human in the world. And alpha fold two that solved protein folding. Both tasks considered nearly impossible for a very long time. Demos is widely considered to be one of the most brilliant and impactful humans in the history of artificial intelligence and science and engineering in general. This was truly an honor and a pleasure for me to finally sit down with him for this conversation. And I'm sure we will talk many times again in the future. And now a quick few second mention of sponsor. Check them out in the description. That's the best way to support this podcast. We got mailgun for email campaigns. Inside track of for longevity, on it for supplements, indeed, for hiring, and magic spoon for breakfast. Choose wisely, my Friends. And now I want to the full ad reads, as always, no ads in the middle, I try to make these interesting, but if you skip them, please still check out our sponsors. I enjoy their stuff. Maybe you will too. This show is brought to you by mail gun by cinch, an email delivery service that I've used for many, many years to have an API that allows you to programmatically send emails. If you don't know what an API is, the point is, it's a way for programs for code to interact with the service. You have an API for both transactional and marketing emails. Those are terms used by people much smarter about the stuff than me, but I think transactional means specific to the person emails, which is what I guess used. It's a way to email certain people to notify them about the status of whatever the heck they're doing on the website. And then there's marketing emails, which is when you send an email to a lot of people, like the same email. I guess transactional is super customized to an action that a person took and marketing is like a push email that you sent a lot of people. And both of those two categories of how people often use email. And so Megan is a service that makes it super easy for you to do that kind of thing. You can go to Lex Friedman dot com slash mailgun to learn more..

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Demi Lovato Has Changed Her Pronouns Again

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:56 min | 7 months ago

Demi Lovato Has Changed Her Pronouns Again

"These stories just get better and better. This is just more proof that people who talk gender and want their pronouns to be different. They're so confused and utterly baffled about what they think they should do next. That they do things like this. Our favorite Demi Lovato now has updated, I'm not going to say their prone. You know, I will, for the purpose of this story, she's updated their pronouns on Instagram. Now, if you remember, back in May last year, she announced I am proud to let you know that I identify as non binary and will officially be changing my pronouns to they them moving forward. We all have a good laugh about it because slowly everything else can be the vibe I was doing was a little crazy changing the hand color. Getting a pixie cut, getting the lesbian cut looking a little emo at times. We didn't know what she was up to and I don't think she knew either. And fans began to notice this last week that her Instagram bio now says they then she heard, um. But, you know, they have not given an official update or comment regarding the apparent pronoun change. Now she previously talked about their pronouns and last summer she told her fans on Instagram, if you misgender me, that's okay. I accidentally misgender myself sometimes. It's a huge transition to change the pronouns. I viewed for myself my entire life. And it's difficult to remember sometimes that don't get pissy when we misgender you or just don't want to subscribe to this gender bullshit.

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Bruce Willis's Cognitive Decline Has Finally Silenced Him

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:55 min | 8 months ago

Bruce Willis's Cognitive Decline Has Finally Silenced Him

"Well, the bad way to start the weekend is to talk about Bruce Willis's cognitive decline, which is really sad. The actor's family shared the news on Instagram the other day. They wrote alongside a photo of Bruce and they said to Bruce's amazing supporters as a family, we wanted to share that our beloved Bruce has been experiencing some health, I mean, it just said that they're going to say this. It's it. But I know what they're doing. And this can't be easy for a family to say that, especially since Bruce has been the breadwinner, not only for Demi and her kids, but his younger wife was beautiful and then two kids, it's a sad thing. She said thing to say the least and it hit me the other day and because this cognitive decline is aphasia that he's suffering from it just happened on the same day as my buddy Pauly Herman died and you know if you know anything about those two guys like I mentioned maybe you guys didn't hear this on Patreon but Pauly Herman used to run a club on the upper west side of New York City and Bruce Willis was the bartender before he was known. And the fact that both of them on the same day basically got silenced, it's very scary for a guy like me. It's scary for anybody because it just shows you how quick life goes and how quickly it can turn. And I can only wish Bruce some sort of turn around,

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Caller Thinks Disney's New Gender Role Changes Are Crazy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 8 months ago

Caller Thinks Disney's New Gender Role Changes Are Crazy

"A member of the LGBT community, what why Disney is doing this? To the extent that they're doing it. I have no idea. I think it's absolutely ridiculous. People that get offended by being called a gender is crazy. They're a boy or a girl, male or female. Well, and what I don't understand is even the trans community, I mean, look at the swimmer identifies as a woman. So how could Leah Thomas be offended by ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls? I mean, you've got to identify one way, right? But let's face it. Who is it now? Who's the singer that's now is a Demi Lovato who's now they them? I guess. Oh, I have no idea. I don't keep up with that. I don't blame you. I'm embarrassed that I know that you don't, but let me just tell you. I guess if you don't identify as a boy or a girl or a man or a woman, that's who Disney is trying to pacify. Really? That's the Disney's gonna try to infuriate families all over the country for that for that small segment of the population. Very, very, very small segment of people that probably don't even leave their homes, to be honest. I don't get it. I don't get it at all. I would warriors. All right,

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Bruce Willis, diagnosed with aphasia, steps away from acting

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

Bruce Willis, diagnosed with aphasia, steps away from acting

"Actor actor Bruce Bruce Willis Willis is is stepping stepping away away from from his his career career after after he he was was diagnosed diagnosed with with aphasia aphasia I I marches marches are are a a letter letter with with the the latest latest Bruce Bruce Willis's Willis's wife wife Emma Emma his his ex ex wife wife actor actor demi demi Moore Moore and and his his five five children children right right on on Instagram Instagram that that Willis Willis is is diagnosis diagnosis of of aphasia aphasia is is impacting impacting his his cognitive cognitive abilities abilities aphasia aphasia is is a a condition condition that that causes causes the the inability inability to to understand understand or or express express speech speech it it typically typically occurs occurs after after a a stroke stroke or or a a head head injury injury but but it it can can also also develop develop gradually gradually from from a a tumor tumor or or disease disease Willis Willis was was sixty sixty seven seven has has been been working working Studley Studley he's he's got got three three movies movies due due to to come come out out this this year year

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In Acceptance Speech, Will Smith Apologizes to Everyone but Chris Rock

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 8 months ago

In Acceptance Speech, Will Smith Apologizes to Everyone but Chris Rock

"And we haven't heard a PEEP from wilt from Chris Rock. What's he going to say? The LAPD issued a statement. Saying that they are aware of the incident so far, Chris Rock has failed to press charges, so I guess maybe Chris Rock has a version of being cuckolded. Because Chris Rock could have done the right thing and said, well, of course, he assaulted me on worldwide TV. Chris Rock would never do that because it's the great Will Smith. And he's not going to get he's not going to stick his neck out. Because they're all birds of a feather. And they deserve each other. I my friend Joey hutchin this morning. He said, I don't know that it was true that it really happened. No, no, no. It wasn't even, it wasn't even a question about whether it was legit or not. But Joey, like me, he didn't watch the Oscars. He doesn't care. He wants to talk about Biden and the disastrous policies of the administration and what we're going to do about it. Here was Will Smith cut 5. Here's Will Smith's apology. After he just moments after he assaulted Chris Rock, he gets the Oscar with tears streaming down his face. He was sorry to everybody you'll note, except the guy he assaulted. I want to apologize to the academy. I want to apologize to all my fellow nominees. This is a beautiful moment. And I'm not, I'm not, I'm not crying. For winning an award, it's not about winning an award for me. It's about being able to shine a light on all of the people, Tim, and Trevor, and Zach, and Sonia and Demi, and ingenue in the entire turnover. Who cares? Who cares?

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Demi Lovato Busted for Buying Fake Egyptian Artifacts

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:05 min | 9 months ago

Demi Lovato Busted for Buying Fake Egyptian Artifacts

"Apparently Demi Lovato bought Egyptian artifacts and they turned out to be phony, but if you read the article, it's so confusing. This week, Demi Lovato decided to take to their Instagram stories right away on pistol. Decided to take to their Instagram stories to show off all of the Egyptian artifacts they bought. I automatically think it's harder Friends, her and her family. I know, I'm still not on board. And you know those artifacts are extremely authentic since Demi show off their certificates of authenticity. Only their certificates look like they were made in a kindergarten classroom. They look awful. She bought fake shit. You know, she just bought fake things and she's acting like she has these authentic artifacts. And somebody named Aaron Thompson who's an art crime professor in New York City at city university, she saw their artifacts and she won an Instagram and looked at all of it and she went on to meet Demi's Twitter and she said, these are extremely bad faith Egyptian and ancient near eastern antiquities and she pointed out that if they were really real, that would mean that Demi bought illegal antiquities that were likely stolen and alluded from Egypt and Iraq and Syria and other countries, and she gave her some shit. She's like, these are not so much cuneiform tablets. I don't even know what that means, but it must be something fancy. As much as they are pre nod, dog biscuits.

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Demi Lovato Is a Miserable Hypocrite

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:28 min | 11 months ago

Demi Lovato Is a Miserable Hypocrite

"I bring up Demi Lovato a lot on this show because you're such a filthy hypocrite, you know, thirst trap of a person, and there was no reason for her to act this way or the other. This is the person that's been given a second chance at life. And she's fouling it up again because she doesn't know what she wants. Doesn't know what she desires. Decides to tell us, leave her alone. Leave me alone. I don't want to be bothered. Then she does things like this that make everybody want to question her and shake her by the shoulders. She said the other day on Instagram, there was some kind of Instagram account that asked its followers to describe their previous relationship in three words. And Demi Lovato wrote down my vibrators better. Now she's clearly dragging her ex-boyfriend max ehrich, who I always knew was a bullshit relationship. He wanted it for clout. She wanted it. Meanwhile, we come to find out. She doesn't even like men. And what she's done now with her hair and eyebrows and the spite of tattoo and then everything about her. She's miserable. This is a miserable person. Don't ever think you're looking at her as somebody who's happy. I got so mad when good people die and bad people go on to prosper. You gotta believe in karma somewhere down the road. Because I know she's got a vibrator to push because I think she came out with her own recently. It makes me sick. I don't care if you use a vibrator. I don't care. I've been in relationships with girls like them and it's fun, and that's all good. But when you come out with your own, you're looking for some kind of attention. I don't know what you want to. You're a pop singer. And clearly, you're not being made happy down in those regions of your body. Not by men or women. So you go into the business of creating a piece of machinery that can do it for you. All right, good, but can you keep it private? No one wants to see you or think about you using your invention or on top of that just dragging the guy that actually asked you to marry him, which, again, I never believed that for a second, but this is the kind of girl she is. And we're all supposed to bow down to her when she wants her privacy and please leave me alone. I have weight issues and I have mental health issues and I'm bipolar. Yeah, you fucking nuts is what you want. You're

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Demi Lovato's Descent Into Insanity

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:31 min | 11 months ago

Demi Lovato's Descent Into Insanity

"Demi Lovato continues her insane shitshow. After overdose a few years ago, where she died for a short period of time, nobody wanted to believe me, but I was right. Then she had to deal with multiple strokes, which people didn't believe either, but I was right. The loss of speech, the inability to sing, which nobody believed, then Demi said it's not true, but I was right because months and months later, she copped to all of it. It's what you call having good sources. And those of you who listen, but don't pay for my Patreon show, you may want to start doing that because I get this shit where you got stuff on Chris nose and Alec Baldwin, you don't have either way. She was losing her fucking mind after the multiple strokes and when she started to get his speech back and blah, blah blah blah, she began to go, hey everybody, I'm non binary. I'm a they then. Okay, honey. I hope they look insane and nobody believes them. 'cause I can't stand using those pronouns. It doesn't make any sense. I refuse to use them. I'm just giving you a little idea of what it sounds like to talk that way. Then she went with the full Portland Oregon caught the lumberjack lesbian hairdo, something resembling football's Phil Simms inside joke. This is for the guys more than the women. Then she colored it two or three different times with colors you don't necessarily see in a human being more like in a cotton candy machine, but that's what she did. But that wasn't enough course not. And even though she swore to everyone how happy she was and fuck anyone they didn't believe her. She then went with the lipstick lesbian shaved head. And now she's gone even further in her insanity and by polar and mental illness or shall I say her happiness that people like me misconstrue for mental illness the only people not saying this is a problem are all the media writing about her. It's a fucking problem. It's terrible. It's on the level of Britney Spears minus the conservatorship. We're watching the death and demise of a huge pop star.

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Demi Lovato Says She's No Longer 'California Sober'

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Demi Lovato Says She's No Longer 'California Sober'

"Demi Lovato, by the way, has gotten so, I'm sorry to say this. I don't have a kind of word, but homely. And just so far, far away from the cute pop star she once was. I don't want to be as 59 year old guy calling a young girl homely, but for fuck sake, she just let herself go like on purpose. As soon as she decided to go, they them, she cut off all her hair, put on a lot of weight, and it was just like she wanted to not be attractive anymore. She looks terrible. And in other words, she looks like someone who's purposely trying to present themselves as unflatteringly as possible. Like Lena Dunham, who acts like this is me, I love me. You know, lizzo, I love being fat. No, you don't. Lena, you don't like the way you look. Let's stop this. A lot of Demi's bullshit began to happen after she decided to go straight and sober after her OD, which almost killed her and for a while anyway, denied her the power to speak or sing as beautifully as she can. And you remember, we all felt she was most likely gonna owe me again when she announced on that YouTube show she had that she was going California sober. And everybody was like, why are California? And she said, rather breezily, well, you know, they're not doing hard drugs, not doing coca heroin, but still drinking alcohol and smoking wheat. Oh, okay, so you mean not sober at all. Is that what Cali sober means? How stupid? Everybody jumped on a vaccine. That's not how you do a girl. It's not how you do it. She didn't like that everyone jumped on her back, not fully realizing that we all cared and didn't want to see her almost dying again. But now Demi has taken to her Instagram stories to announce to the world. I am no longer California sober. Sober sober is the only way to be. Well, good for good for Demi.

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"demi" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"demi" Discussed on Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

"Show that they're n i just know the words so i feel like i don't know i feel like i can get away with a little bit but But break out the musicals that i tend to like are like deer hand side where it's not really that much of a show tune kind of musical predictable lake nightmare but if you like could you like some other profession. That's just like not and like again in a world where like there's like no consequences and you just get to like each aaron brockovich honey. You're like a lawyer. You're like president. You're like a olympic gold medal volleyball player. What would be like the thing that you would like wanna do was. Entertainment completely unrelated. Final question. I swear to god i would want if i could. I would quit my job and just meditate. All really pardon i like. It's not like the most psych sparkly answered that. I could have given you but i do have fantasies where i retire at thirty. And i just go on like this yogi lifestyle where i'd just travel the world. Meditating and trying to spot that's my dream life. I wanna do that except for needlepoint on the beach. Like benito plane. But i love a lot of these injuring right now so just like i think. I actually just wanna do that like for a week. Every other month meditation fantasy. I know that you shouldn't live your students and you're doing yoga class. They always talk. That's not what. I was a yoga teacher. Or they said it. Those the last question but are you. Do you like the olympics. Do you have any favorite olympic sports. Now care the olympics i. I'm not one that actually turns on the olympics. But but i do love watching the ice skating. I love watching the gymnastics. And also the the curling wish i understood. I don't get it. I don't know how it works. I didn't i just kind of wish in my head that it goes in a certain way and really good getting curious episode. I need to like interview curler because like how much does that sweeping really do anything. Like what are you doing with those little sweet peas and is it all in your consciousness like are you. Are you moving with his brain. Are you meant yes moving. I love alex mack. But not as much as i love you demi levato thank you so much big us so much for coming on the podcast time and for your energy your talent adverse sharing it with people. I love you so much love you. Hey you've been listening to getting curious with me. Jonathan vendor us my guest. This week was demi lovato. You'll find links to their work and episode description of whatever you're listening to the show on our theme music is free by quin. Thank you so much for letting us use it if you enjoyed our show. Please introduce the french owe them how to subscribe. You can follow us. An instagram twitter accurate. Our social running curated by emily. Bosick if you left this episode make sure to subscribe to four with demi levato wherever. You're listening to this podcast. We recorded a really special episode together. You won't want to miss it. Our editor andrew parson getting curious produced by knee. Eric ghetto and emily bosick hey..

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"demi" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"demi" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"demi" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"demi" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"demi" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"demi" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"demi" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"demi" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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Chat Marketing and Instagram Automation With Mike Yan of ManyChat

Build Your Tribe

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Chat Marketing and Instagram Automation With Mike Yan of ManyChat

"Low mike welcome to the podcast. Hither they for having the Let's start just square one the basics. My grandma and grandpa are both on instagram. I got a direct message from my grandma just yesterday in the simplest most understandable way possible. Can you describe or our listeners. Maybe even my grandma what the many chat technology is an kind of how it works or here so. I'm sure that your grandmother is aware of direct messages on instagram. Since she already sent you a direct message so what may chat allows you to do is allows you to automate the direct messages on instagram. And the way businesses used this is for example to posted a story saying hey gm coupon to get ten percent off coupon in our ecommerce store or if you're an influence or doing a webinar you can say hey demi webinar to get linked to the webinar and instead of going in answering hundreds of deums yourself wasting your time or hiring expensive assistance to do that. You could use a platform like many jobs that starts at ten dollars a month and it will automate this for you now. The key thing here is that it's not only four lake really simple stuff. You could automate things. Like leaf qualification. So asked people questions about their business and then remember those responses and replied to every specific person differently. So it's kinda like a choose your own adventure type style and what this creates for. Businesses is it just increases the conversion rates. So if you have somebody reaching out to you it's probably gonna take you. Maybe several minutes probably most probably several hours to get back to them. Because even though we're using our phones a lot these days it's still not going to be instant

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"demi" Discussed on Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"demi" Discussed on Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

"Just the most out of place i would love it. Yeah yeah. I would very much love that. I mean there've been some casting choices like that. Some of the things we watched kathy bates was like pretty unexpected. Yup she was in the family. That preys and you'd think it's about a like an evil family. It's not it's why would he praises spelled p. r. e. While yes yes oh. Sorry not like pray. So it's like the family. That preys like oh get some. They're going to take advantage of them or do something it was. It was really like this is part of it though. Like we're where we just types because we're like wait. It seemed like you actually had something even the titles tells me a lot and then none of that happened. So i don't know sometimes his titles. And i feel like they are the titles that like you come up with for a tv show. That's been running for fifty years or you're just like those are fun in there. We'll figure out the plot later but is there like any sort of thematic difference between like a medina's family whatever and a. Why did i get married like it. Feels like they're all just kind of well. Medina's more goofy than the movies. Out mid the tyler. Perry is in the movies without medina or is he in all of them. He's in most of them. Yeah like he. The thing is like with madisha. The most of the movies i would say are not comedies. Even medine movies are walking a line between ten genres but like so when enters the screen. It's funny and crazy but then it's like back to release that and maybe medina makes a speech like actually moving at some point over all like. Yeah i mean. I think the movies that don't have media are pretty dramatic and intense. Should we go to a break and then jump right in yachts. Do.

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Hyram Yarbro, Gen Z's Skincare Saviour, Talks His Latest Collaborations

The Glossy Beauty Podcast

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Hyram Yarbro, Gen Z's Skincare Saviour, Talks His Latest Collaborations

"Hiram. Tell us a little bit about the partners that you are working with from a brand collaboration point of view and like why you're excited about that. Yes so you know. I actually do like a one off type deals. I rarely do like continued partnerships. Unless it's a with a list is honestly the only one where i've done a continued partnership with them. I i liked the structure of doing single sponsorship deals. On because it's you're able to see your response to on you're able to see you know what the experience is like committing demi thing like me jerry. It up that's definitely like my preferred route to go about it It rather than like a full long term commitments type thing. And just because i want to be able to have the freedom to kind of just post whatever whatever i want decide when i want to partner being and it's funny 'cause the only real partnership well there's there's been too. I did my collaboration with kinship Which that had a social elements help Oceans in collecting trash notions was really cool. Cats at the team. That can ship is incredible. And then also achey last which i just a change maker kit with them And then now. Obviously a tire brands south higher. And it's been honestly the only reason that i decided to do. A deeper partnership with them is because of the values that they had when i met market electron There was just this instantaneous connection of values not just skin care philosophy but saying like wow you are really good person first of all you want to help the world you wanna make a difference in the world. Want to like you know. Solve problems in empower people. You know as i even as i move forward with my my contents when i'm going to continue to work on it it's largely going to be surrounded around you know elements like that philanthropy making a difference in the world talking about important social issues just using my phone and that way

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Frontier Airlines Plane Overshoots Runway at Reagan National

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Frontier Airlines Plane Overshoots Runway at Reagan National

"Frontier a three twenty at washington. Dc a washington national on the fourth of june twenty twenty one runway excursion on landing. This is from the aviation herald Let's say they were. It's a three twenty dash two hundred registration november. Two one three foxtrot romeo performing flight five thirty eight from denver to washington national with one hundred fifty one passengers and six crew was on a visual final. Approach to run a ronald reagan. Airport's runway zero one with the instruction to maintain one hundred and seventy knots or greater until five demi which is a pretty common thing actually touchdown at about twenty two fifteen local time kind of late But went right off the runway coming to a stop to the right of the runway with all gear on soft ground and the nose gear. Just beam the end of the runway.

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Giorgio Armani's Luminous Silk Glow Fusion Powder

Breaking Beauty Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Giorgio Armani's Luminous Silk Glow Fusion Powder

"We're talking about the giorgio armani beauty luminous glow fusion powder. It is sixty four dollars. Us and it's eighty two dollars in canada. There are ten shades. And this came out back in april so jill. I'm going to show it to you. Here it's beautiful compact and it's kind of gotten a revamped. Am they do it right. they do it right. I'm sorry it's like you. You know own words hop and it's like yeah that low go It's got a little wave prints outer then you open it up and you've got this little mini a rush that you can use to apply it so the reason why we're kind of joking around is because gills rider die foundation that she's talked about many many times on the show is of course. The armani luminous soak foundation which we know is in the makeup bags of so many professional. Makeup artists are the world and has been for like. I think it's twenty years since it originally came out or something like that. It's a cult favourite. I was excited. Should try the new glow fusion powder. I just want to clarify that. There was an existing luminous silk powder so this new one is replacing what has now been discontinued. Okay yeah so. I had to get that kind of clarified by the pr. And what's interesting. Is that the original luminous soak powder was a demi matte finish while this one is a glowing finished so quite the opposite so it's got that luminous we've got that luminous word back back in effect with this product that sounds like that's right and i think some of the original users are maybe not so happy judging by the reviews but for myself as a first time user. I really fell in love with this

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"demi" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

08:44 min | 1 year ago

"demi" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"demi" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"demi" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"demi" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"demi" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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Comedians Interviewing Musicians

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"demi" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians

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"demi" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians

Comedians Interviewing Musicians

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"demi" Discussed on Comedians Interviewing Musicians

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