35 Burst results for "Dietrich"
Navy medic killed on base after shooting 2 in Maryland
"Sailors in a military facility in Frederick, Maryland, today before fleeing to nearby Fort Dietrich Army base where he was assigned suspect was later shot and killed by base. Police. Two people he shot remain in critical condition. The gunman's motive is still unclear. The U. S and Iran began in
Authorities: Navy medic shoots 2, is shot and killed on base
"A navy medic is dead at a military base after shooting two people at a Maryland business park police in Frederick Maryland about fifty miles outside of Washington say a male shooter opened fire at a business wounding two people and then drove to nearby fort Dietrich police chief Jason Landau says officers who followed the man they're fatally shot him we have confirmed there is only one shooter the public is no longer at risk everyone is safe the Pentagon says only that there was an active shooting incident on the base involving a sailor Sager mag ani Washington
"dietrich" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List
"Hello welcome back to another episode of beyond the to do list. I'm your host eric fisher. And this is the show where i talked to people behind the productivity this week. I'm excited to share with you a conversation. I had with michael dietrich chastain. He's the author of the brand. New book changes the busy professional's guide to reducing stress accomplishing goals and mastering adaptability. And in this conversation. We're going to talk about those seven life dimensions that impact our ability to make professional and personal changes as well as getting assistance to make those changes from outside sources..
The Mystery Of Hudini
"Welcome to kids myths and mysteries from around the world strange and unexplained people places and events often forgotten by history or loss in the midst of time. I'm kit chrome today. Harry houdini to understand houdini magic. It's important to understand the man born eric. Weiss march twenty four th eighteen. Seventy four in budapest hungary. He moved with his family when he was four years. Old to new york. And eventually migrated appleton wisconsin in his youth. He was a natural athlete and had a fascination with magic and adopted the name. Houdini by adding an eye to the last name of his idol. French magician robert who din although there was a gimmick or special effect too many of his escapes. there were those at pressed him physically to the max one story a story mind. You is that of an underwater handcuff escape. Depending on who you talked to. He was in a box. A straightjacket or manacled hand and foot anyway. The story goes that he was in chicago in winter and had a hole cut in the frozen river that he stepped through not taking into factor that the river flowed under the ice easily escaped his manacles but was swept downriver. Above the shivering crowd eventually dispersed fearing that they had witnessed the drowning of the great magician under the ice. He moved from trapped air bubble bubble eventually finding his way out. There are dozens of versions of his story but whatever the case demonstrates his power of concentration. Above all harry. Houdini was a showman dangling from cranes. Skyscrapers upside down in a straitjacket. He would attrac- upwards of fifty thousand. Onlookers necks craned as they watched the dramatic escape. This would guarantee a pack theater that evening but he was always searching for a new effect. He's responsible for bringing the obscure thread the needle from india to the american stage. This is where he would placed dozens of needles in his mouth along with thread. Poss- drink a glass of water then amazingly extract needles threaded with enough threat to cross the stage later. He performed the same illusion with razor blades. Houdini was much more than a magician however he was a man with an insatiable curiosity and was fascinated with movies made several including one where he was to rescue the ever suffering female from iraq on the brink of niagara falls. She was harnessed to a safety line. Houdini would have none of the safety features offered and was nearly swept over the falls. He got out of the movie business because it didn't make money. He was also fascinated with airplanes and in nineteen ten. Was the first man to fly a plane in australia. Sailing for over three and a half miles. Houdini died at one twenty six. Pm tober thirty first. Nineteen twenty six. He was fifty two years old. He was a man who was driven. You might say by the slogan. The show must go on but also by his own physicality take a look at the old newspaper photos of him in various stages of escape remember. This is long before photoshop notice a developed biceps quadriceps and shoulders however by late forties he suffered from appendicitis attacks and on several occasions had to be helped off stage by age fifty despite more sophisticated special effects his performances required longer periods of recuperation is said that he was backstage reclining from a broken ankle from a previous show won a university student questioned. The magicians boasts of the stomach of oak remember. Houdini was fifty to the student. Delivered a series of blows stopped when. Houdini claimed he was not able to stand to prepare for the strikes. No one knows. If this cost the appendix to rupture hours of the event. Houdini went on to perform with a temperature of a hundred and four. Eventually he entered the hospital where he felt. Recovery was eminent but at the end he was heard to say. I'm tired of fighting. Harry had two loves in his. Life is wife bests and sell you steiner weiss. His mother when she died in nineteen thirteen. He visited select mediums in an attempt to make contact with her from the spirit. World appalled the frauds who claim to be able to make contact. He went on the warpath exposing psychics. Fortune tellers mediums and in the process and raging. The industry is most outspoken. Opponent was the blonde. Which of lime street strange seems her. Spirit guide walter in one thousand nine hundred thousand five said that. Houdini would be dead within a year but houdini had devised a code. That only best would know that if indeed there wasn't afterlife he would contact her using net code. The stories surround this aspect of his life and the code between he and his wife would take ten podcast to explain it to say that he did not connect with best using the code. Each halloween for at least four years after his death she would lie to candle. Hold a seance. She continued the sales which involved a candle said to have burned for ten years. It was a nineteen thirty six ten years after houdini. He's passing that. She handed off the candle. And say on tradition to walter. B gibson friend confidante ghostwriter for. Houdini gibson was also the original author of the shadow mysteries writing under the name maxwell grant late in his life. He passe on tradition to magician. Dorothy dietrich who now burns the candle. Every halloween while conducting a seance seems. Houdini is yet to
Is this what the Pats need to do to improve their defensive line?
"In. I really like adam butler like dietrich wise a little bit but at both these guys i think point to the fact that the patriots defensive line is not where it needs to be right now and they have a lot of work to do a front and i would add to this next guy john. Simon sort of into that equation as well as an edge defender as a place where they could really use an upgrade. I would similar to atom. Butler is john simon and the fact that in his in his role right. Now i don't know if he's fully capable of handling it last year when they had a lot more depth at the edge in the linebacker of hybrid position with calvin nolan Land roberts jamie collins. A johnson played less than fifty percent of the snaps this year. He's now playing about seventy sound snaps on defense in production. Hasn't gone up at all nowadays. Play a slip This is starting essentially starting edge player with four quarterback heads into saxon the year so the passwords progression. Just isn't there at all and you still on the film. He's not really getting off blocks at all. He's now pressuring the quarterback from the edge and on he's coverage player. He's he's he's a veteran. he's smart. But i think ultimately if your signing him to be a seventy percent seventy percent of the defensive snaps guy is he. He can be liability times as you reduce his role some to to the way they wanna use in butler ideally then he can be more effective so it really depends argue with finding upgrade in the draft. Is you taken a plane. More snaps on the edges chase. Winovich can not mysteriously disappear at times and be more full-time player on the edge. Then john fits better. But if you're not going to do that i don't really think he's worth bringing back. If he's going to be a fulltime star that position they want you to rush. Cover drop the coverage off the edge and at the edge of the defense. And that's what you're gonna do as seventy percent player at opposition. It's really tough. I mean that's not an easy thing to do. And i i think the john simon does one of those things as starter level or baby obama replacement level. I should say and that set the edge. The other two things rushing the passer dropping into coverage. Not so much for the problem that they've route into is that chase winovich. Joshu are not ready to be every dow players yet so you're sort of caught with a bunch of one dimensional guys. J. winovich ideal passing downs players. But john simon's better more before stouter at setting the edge. It's like if you combine those guys to one player than the aggregrate football player. That's not how it works. I think the agents run into problems this year with sort of constantly needing to mix and match right in in rotate guys in and out of. What's the situation. What's the down and distance and that can work and they've done that effectively in the past but more a lot more. This season is aided in years in the past teams have identified those types of players and said okay. We know we have signed out here. We know we have winovich john here and they've been able to take a little bit more advantage of those types of
Trickbot is Down But Not Out
"So what are. What are the efforts. Been to take trick but down and how has how people running. That net responded one of the things that i sort of want to get ahead of two is. Our data suggests that This review campaign is not in re in response to trick takedown efforts. We saw domains Being registered in august for this campaign Certificates and servers being stood up a couple days prior to the first trick bought disruption Now i think it's a little silly to say that they're not related. You know if you're preparing to I guess engage with someone in a you know wreck your car or something like that. You're going to be more aggressive. I would imagine. But i don't think it's one to one trick Trick take downs led to this. The first of these A us government entity is alleged I don't know if anyone from that area or that entities confirmed but they pushed in a in a very clever way Pushed faked configuration updates to trick of victims effectively. Cutting them off from the botnets. Which was i think. I think it's been a little bit undersold. How cool that is. They were able. They knew enough about how this maller operated function. You know we're able to be their government entity They have the legal right to do this. Compromise at least some portion of their network and their infrastructure to then push these fake updates to effectively poison the their implants. It's fun it's funny calling it a takedown attempts because when it really did is severed ongoing intrusions to me is a little bit more effective If you have like a day to do something because we've seen over time is really really tricky cutting off current infections and buying those victims some time who knows how many more ransomware incidents we'd be looking at in late october early november had that not occurred And i think that that occurred on september. Twenty second in the next couple of weeks after that Microsoft put out legal proceedings that they basically went to a judge and got the rights to seize a trick dot command and control servers. Initially this was just in the us but microsoft's lawyers seem pretty good and they were able to sort of lead what what was an industry coalition Lumine and e set and symantec on. Fsi sack was also involved To push all that grab identified you know trick bots both tier one and plugging infrastructures. Which are sort of the initial communication and customer management infrastructure and then sort of The secondary infection management infrastructure to add plug ins move laterally etc. They were able to seize roughly ninety six percent of the botany of botnets command and control servers which turns out to be a pretty limited number. Compared say you know older or bigger botnets which again is they did this on a Pretty interesting Legal reasoning in that dietrich authors had abused microsoft trademarks in their code which is pretty unique and and it seems to be a clever legal way of being able to action against these actors and again i i know that some our industry have a sort of said that this effort hasn't been effective. I would argue that. It has taken down. I don't think that microsoft and e said these other companies have sat around and said you know try this. I think that it's a calculated move and so in in the wake of that you know. Obviously that probably meant a number of you know their control. command control. infrastructure is messed up for lack of a better term It probably meant a loss a number of infections and so from that. We've seen the botnets Battle back a microsoft themselves stated that odd they don't expect the botnets disappear they expect a fight and so we've seen trick Back to a command and control infrastructure. That wasn't taken down and some of their They've created more infrastructure but they're pushing it out at a much slower rate than they were before when they've been trying to spread and you know get new infections since this on predominantly through email spam they have at is another very very large. You know one. Of the most prolific spam senders in the world. They they sell access as a service and in a lot of instances. Since the trick takedown efforts began Email ted has been observed dropping trotz usually or historically there have been anywhere from thirty to forty servers embedded into trick bots configuration So it's an encrypted file that trick about reads once it executes on victim host and then tries to connect to one after another to see you know if any are online and then once they're online they sort of get instructions from there and then you go about their their evil business. What's changed is as a number of those servers have been taken off. Line the amount of services that we've seen included in every configuration has dropped significantly I think it dropped to a minimum of around twelve servers And then jump back up to around sixteen. The last time. I checked i was about two days ago. What's interesting about including all those servers is that it does tip to us. They at least that they have some amount of control left on the servers. They've they've played a little bit with the protocol that they use to communicate They've used Instead of traditional servers they've used a tour onion sites of the alleged dark web server not available Not accessible normal web browser but requires using a tour browser or a tour based connection to connect to it using that as a fallback command and control channel. And so it's been it's been pretty interesting watching them scramble. The sort of piecemeal their botnets back together.
2020 Election: Biden flips Wisconsin and Michigan
"Joe Biden just 17 electoral votes away from becoming the next president. He flipped. Michigan and Wisconsin today is on track to do the same thing in Arizona that states expected to update its vote count any moment Gary Dietrich will be on hand with Pat Wall show to talk about a lot of election results. Joe Biden so confident he'll win the presidential race, though he's preparing for the transition with a website called Build Back better dot com did
Blue Origin chalks up 13th successful test flight
"Past what it sounded like as a blue word. Djinn Rocket took off this morning in West Texas, killing Dietrich with can't based company says they're testing out new equipment as a worth word landing a ship on the moon must, notably, we're testing precision lunar landing sensors on the new Shepherd booster. The successful flight brought the booster in a space capsule. Justin over the boundary of space at 65 Miles up It landed a few minutes
2020 Vice Presidential Debate: Post Debate Analysis
"First, as always, when we have a debate, presidential, vice presidential or otherwise we bring in my friend Kpk political analyst Gary Dietrich, who joins us right now, Gary, Welcome to the show. They had good to be with you. And I look forward to a sharing with our callers. And perhaps even hear from them stopped on this. No doubt an important night, my friend. I think it probably is going to go down as one of the most. Important and watch Vice presidential debates. As you know, pad most people steer clear and find out which Channel V p debate it now. Not for me, not tonight. Well, you know for me, Gerry. Because we all know what happened in the presidential debate. Okay? But in the vice presidential debate, couple of things first thing I want to say is, I think we, um maybe learned a little bit more about about The candidates, and certainly one of the things I learned is it was a little different in the first one. It wasn't so testy, and that's college other names to do that, But But when, course, the moderator time, Susan Page us said to the University of Utah, where they held it, But she would say Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, And they would just keep talking as if she was not even ending it in. Both of them were guilty of that tonight. They just don't seem to follow the protocol. Anyone? Yeah, They certainly do a lot better tonight than last week. I mean, but that debt debt to me got annoying as well. But at least and then cure Point Palace is very well taken. It was a far far more substantive debate. Because again last Tuesday, a good third of it. You couldn't even make out what people were saying, because they were talking over each other so much. And then when that wasn't happening. I know the third of it was nothing more than name calling and accusing each other of stuff, right, right. I thought substance substantively. Far better. I know we want to dive into that. But I just think you know a farm or just say, I think helpfully conducted debate that we saw last week. Why a very extensive notes that I took care of it. Let's go to your notebook first. Gerry, what did you take away from this other than the things you've mentioned? Where there's wasn't much name calling, and it was a bit more substantive and it was in certain areas. But I tell you one observation I haven't we continue to have When it comes to politicians. They have an absolute art of avoiding questions, Gerry. It's amazing. It is an amazing talent. You know, sometimes it's so funny because it gets so extreme that they literally launch up on something completely unrelated. To what the question everyone's right. Never even come back, even attempt to do it right. You know, there's the art of bridging, which is you start with an answer that's related question, and you'll really get it. Bridge to something that you'd rather talk about. But somebody has just said I was just like, okay. Thanks for Thanks for speaking. I'd like to say this. All right, let me let me tell you one impression, and I came away from more generally. That and part of this is the nature of being an incumbent III, The vice president, who is currently in office, and part of it is and I have to say this, I felt like in this moderators case. Not a fair and thorough job of taking to cast. Some of Harris is history in elected office, which is extensive and buy even more, so I felt like the vice president Was on the defensive for most of the debate, particularly early on And and I felt like there could have been far more balance in saying, Hey, Well, you know the questions that's been raised about, you Know, X Y Z. When Joe Biden was in the Senate, we didn't hear anything about his voting. Many, many years of voting record Senate nor, frankly, honestly, really any kind of a hardball question about the years service vice president nor really questions that even within our own party have been raised about Senator Harris to me. I had a sense in which the questions themselves. What? Adequately reflective off some of the challenges that have been raised about those who currently or seeking the office. Not holding. I'm glad to hear you say that, Gary because I'm sitting there and I'm listening, and I'm listening very carefully in the moderator moderator plays a big part in this and you're absolutely right. From my perspective. I felt the same thing. I thought the questions were slanted. Um, the through the entire time all the way up until the end when we and I remember the presidential debate, Gary, I remember how the ending they manufacture this question about if you were to lose the election, Mr President, and would there be there smooth transition of power, and then we hear this. We hear this Susan page tonight at the end, and she asked both of them, and it's a slight on the president. He never said he was not going to leave the office piece. We never said anything like that. And there she is pressing this. What I consider to be a manufactured question about what's gonna happen. How would you handle that? Mike Panzer. How would you take? What would your response be? Comma Harris, you and Joe Biden. I am in total agreement. I thought that the questions were slanted, Gary. Well, and you know me, Pat and our listeners have known me for 20. Plus years on the station. You know, I I call them like I see him. I don't care what it was all going on, or Jerry about who was it doesn't matter in the national level, the exact game way, But I really came away feeling that And then there was and I do agree with you about that last question. Frankly, it's the only one she was able to oppose the moderate, she said. She had time for related to election integrity, and I really expected her to go to the integrity of the mail in ballots and these other questions. You know, our How long is the process could be could be drawn out. Could there be expensive court challenges. So take the time to go about whether the president's going to leave or not just seemed odd to me, particularly when everybody from Mitch McConnell on down it made utterly clear. That the president will be leaving if he gets voted out. Anyone if he isn't saying another thing about a question that I really found and I don't know how to use a word except disingenuous. It was the question about When Amy Cola coming back, so just highlighted? Yes, taking up picking up next week and it was about it was about what would you do? And it was a long and convoluted way to get to the Abortion question. What would you do that Mr Vice President in your home state of Indiana, if you'd get if you get approved, and if they throw out will be weighed. And if it goes back to the states, then what would you say Indiana should do what I said. He's not the governor of Indiana anymore. He's going to have absolutely no say in that policy making decision. It was so convoluted odd to me. I felt why don't you just ask you a few pro life or pro choice? Because that's really what the heart of your question is? Absolutely it is. And I believe the American people can see through that, Gary. I really do. Even if your vote he made up your mind. I mean, it's pretty obvious that you can see what's happening, and there was another point there. Where they were talking about late term abortions up until the last day and and pants and asked, you know about that. And there was no answer from Kamala Harris. There was no it was a redirection. It was abridging as you say, Hey, also asked if Judge Amy Kona bear it was going to be appointed. Would you be filling the Supreme Court room? She never answered it. He says to her. I want to make it very clear to the American people. I want them to note that she never answered the question that she says. Well, I'm gonna answer the question right now. Now I'm going to answer. The question can never answer the question. Never, and I listened. I was waiting for that. You know, I was waiting for the answer. It never happened. Yeah, that that and that is a very important issue. I mean, if there's three issues that people are very concerned about it last night, I happened to moderate a debate on I was in debate was a candidate forum of a number of different off was honored of moderate and you know, Congressman Tom McClintock. Well, Yeah, he he was headlining that candidate for him and added, he laid out very eloquently is senator as Congress. McClintock often does what he perceived to be the three major issues going report and it wasn't anything about specific foreign policy or even economic policy was packing the Supreme Court. It was about whether the filibuster is going to be thrown out in the Senate so that whoever has the majority will have complete and utter control. And and thirdly, whether state who is going to be granted to particular selected entities like Puerto Rico like Washington, D. C. That would then begin to quote unquote packed the Congress. And these are very, very significant issues for the future of the United States and our governmental process. None of that was raised tonight and to your point pat, which I think is well taken. Senator Harris refused, and there's no way to get around that refused to answer that question. And I thought that was very telling that you know that issue, which is a very central one right now and could have ramifications for many, many decades become was not answered.
The Russell Martin Case
"The nineteen seventy seven stole gift came into win with no sign of Russell Martin. On Maithri Bev and her mother Ellen visited the local police station to fall a missing persons report. It had been three and a half months since Russell left town unexpectedly without offering goodbye. Bevin Dublin you better than most that Russell was not a perfect person. He had these vases mainly drinking and gambling and was hot headed and turn to violence. But he loved his children. Whenever he was out of town Russell would at the very latest KP in touch with these kids. Yet they hadn't from him. Knowing her sons ten percent ellen feed that Russell would cause if he returned to town. He would bain sense to find out that he's wife Helen had moved another man into their marital Russell and Helen's relationship dated back to when they were teenagers. Russell's siblings disproved if the pairing from the outset. Helen wilcock had a reputation as a wild child and Russell was possessive prone to Jealousy They advised against the couple marrying, but Russell and Helen went ahead with the ceremony. In nineteen, sixty, four, they became Mr and Mrs Martin. Both when nineteen years old. They had four children and eventually said Odi into a three bedroom where the board has online goes straight not far from the main street of stole. Their doors lay in Kelly shed one room. This sons Stephen and pole shed the second Russell and Helen had the third. It wasn't an idyllic marriage russell and Helen Wood products of disadvantaged backgrounds and at influenced their treatment of one another. Russell was the sixth of seven children born on July ten, nineteen forty-five. He's parents Michael and Ellen were problem drinkers. They would often stay out all not until they spent all their money. All were escorted home by police. Some of their drinking binges lasted wakes. Die fought loudly and frequently Ovadai many problems including Ellen's flagrant infidelity. Throughout his Childhood Russell was at the center of a room out regarding the identity of his biological father. He was also bullied for being the child of the town drunks as well as for his poor Jane and academic struggles. The Martin Children was severely neglected by their parents. Child protection offices visited the household, but the children would heart in the nearby forest to avoid them. Sometimes, they'd slave out death and days at a time and arrive at school dirty and unkempt. Russell was taste for having burs doc in his nutty hair. He would try to remove them himself, but the results were disastrous and only caused more ridicule. Russell learned to retaliate with these fists and became known as a feast for who wasn't afraid of anyone. Helen had experienced her husband's violence firsthand. Police officers attended dietrich disputes at the couple's has sometimes as often as once a month. But charges were rarely laid. Helen fights sorry for Russell. Shape believed, he only acted the way he did because of his upbringing which had caused him to hate women. When reporting her Son Missing Ellen Martin expressed concern for Helen in particular. Shea feed that Russell would harm his wife if he found out, she had moved on with another man. Ellen said the only way Helen would have new boyfriend was if Shane you ashore that Russell was never coming back. Russell's sister. Bev Felt Helen had been behaving suspiciously since. January. For New Year's Russell and Helen, took their children on a like saw camping trip one hundred and sixty kilometers west of store. It was the couple's first holiday together in that thirteen year relationship.
Music that Imitates Inanimate Objects
"Hello. I'm Naomi Lewin. Welcome to classics for kids. It's pretty obvious that at the beginning of the second movement of Beethoven's Eighth Symphony The Orchestra is imitating something mechanical. That's not a clock ticking. It's a metronome, the machine that was invented to show exactly how fast or slow a piece of music should be played before the metronome. The only way to show the tempo of a piece was by writing fast slow, very fast or very slow usually in Italian on the music. But a composer had no way of telling you exactly how fast very fast was. That's where the. Comes in. In, the early eighteen hundreds Dutch inventor named Dietrich Nichols Vinko perfected a machine that could be adjusted to take at set speeds, but Vinko wasn't a good salesman. So he didn't get credit for it. A friend of Beethoven's Johann. NEPOMUK melt. Seoul was the one who took out the patent on the metronome and marketed it. So he gets the credit. When you see 'em m equals sixty on a piece of music. The M M's stands for metals. metronome equals sixty a metronome marking of sixty is one tic per second, which is about the speed if your pulse. battleplan was the only composer to write music imitating an inanimate object something that's not alive. He wasn't even the only one to write music takes composers love to put clocks into their music. That's the symphony number one, hundred, one by Franz Joseph Haydn, which is nicknamed the clock for pretty obvious reasons. Hungarian composers ultime Kodi put a musical clock into his opera Janos. There's also a famous fairy tale character for Houma clock striking midnight was very important and very scary Sergei. prokofiev wrote a ballet Cinderella including the clock. One last. A tick that slightly off balance, there's a piece by American composer. Leroy Anderson called the syncopated clock. In this piece, the clock goes tick Tock Tick Tock and then suddenly. It does something different syncopation in music is when you shift the accent from where you expect it. To, someplace you don't. Leroy Anderson loved inanimate objects. He wrote another piece imitating one that's just about disappeared these days before there were computers with printers, there was the typewriter. In music, it's not just instruments that imitate inanimate objects sometimes singers due to. That's from the first act of Jacques Offenbach, opera the tales of Hoffmann in which the hero Hoffman falls in love with a woman named Olympia or whether he thinks Olympia is a woman but she's really a mechanical doll in the middle of singing her mechanical music she runs out of steam and someone has to wind her back up. Played. Some wonderful jokes with their mechanical music
Pilgrimage to Sacred Activism
"Hi Andrew and welcome on to the hey house meditations podcast how wonderful to be with you and how wonderful to have the opportunity to speak to whoever's listening from my heart. Out wonderful wonderful. I'd like to talk to you today about the Fifteenth Century Poet Mystic Kabeer. Who you've been doing so much work on and and perhaps have you read a few of his lines. That articulate a meditative experience that is at once transcendent but also completely grounded I really appreciate that in computer But before we get there, there's a pilgrimage that I like to ask you to take us on a pilgrimage to the ark of of your own spiritual journey. An ARC that is has taken pauses with a variety of traditions, teachers, and Gurus and especially that are of the internal pilgrimage of the heart. So I wonder if you'd take us on that pilgrimage and then we'll sort of maybe conclude with Kabira. Does that sound all right with you? That sounds wonderful. Today and your little remission it it's. Never ends. I remember when I was with father bid when he was dying and. The thing that struck me most and move me most about him here. He was the greatest living Christian mystic but even on his deathbed when he was eighty seven, he was still striving for deeper and deeper realize. So he gave me a permanent image of what this really is journey of endless expansion. Shems of Tabriz said to Rumi. The world of God is wealth of endless expansion. We don't ever arrive. We just go Diba and DEEPA and Deepa went blasted where wild enough were brave enough into a mystery that always keeps opening onto wilder and holy vistas. This is my experience. Yes, and you're well I must say your your life has demonstrated that but I'm not exactly certain if you knew that when you were born. In mother India right you are. You're born in south India early in your life. You earlier in life you're surrounded by multiple religious by religious face including your your parents Protestant faith. And among the Hindus and Muslims. So how did that early on your life? How did that shape your outlook on the nature of humans on the nature of people and the nature of the divine? India is too big bomb in a well the distill known that live as cred experience. And that mock me forever I feel that I have an Indian. So a European mind and an American mission. So my deepest deepest ground is always in there especially in south India. When I was born. Nineteen fifty two was the twilight of the Rosh. So this. Was the atmosphere of an. Empire would still. Diffused itself through everything but India itself although it had been dominated by the British in never lost its passionate spirituality and that's what I met in the earliest and most impressionable years of my life. I loved going to temples with my Hindu coke. I loved learning the hail. Mary from my Catholic nanny and I loved it when the driver that we had to as a Muslim stopped the car in the middle of traffic and put his. Prem Don and chunk to Allah. In very early on. I met a saint and this is an extraordinary story because I had white Russian. Godmother. who used to smoke cigarettes out of black along black cigarette holder in Lyon dressed in gold she fall she looked like a Russian Melena dietrich and I was crazy about her she's. and. Every day off to school I would go running up the stairs of her flag. And jumped into bed between her and have great friend who is huge Rowley poterie Indian woman Shanti. Of course as a child I didn't know. Shanti Shanti, later revealed to me it was India's greatest living Quila and she is the child had been. A welcome to previous incarnation and a gunman, a group of journalists to the village that she'd been born in. As, a nine year old recognized absolutely everybody and Meta previous husband and said the money looking for is under a break in the back. So he went and found the money that he'd been looking for. Any. gave. Me a lot of profound simple instruction. She told me two things that have not my whole life. She said God is one. God is the sea and all religions alike rivers that run into the sea. So. Don't get hung up on anyone religion realized that they're all different expressions of the same unity, the different expressions of the same reality
Leading Ladies: Anna May Wong
"Alot from wonder media. Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manteca. Today we're talking about the first major American movie star. She openly criticized racist typecasting her accomplishments were groundbreaking and many of her critiques still. Ring true today. Let's talk about the prolific Anna. May Wong. Anna was born in Los Angeles in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five. Her birth name was Wong lead song. She initially attended a majority white school but transferred to Chinese school to. Escape racism she. From her classmates. Anna often skipped class to check out nearby film sets pushing her way to the front of the crowd to get closer to the cameras. She came up with Anna May Wong as her stage name by age eleven. And she was fourteen when she appeared in a silent picture, caught the red lantern. At Seventeen, Anna played the lead role in the toll of the sea one of the first movies and color. Anna's most notable early role was in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, she played in the hit movie the thief of Bagdad. Though. This part was a stepping stone for her career. It's also emblematic of the problems with Hollywood casting that Anna would soon after vocally advocate against and interviews. In the thief of Bagdad, Anna played a treacherously in a subservient role wearing very little clothing. Anna appeared in more than fifty films throughout her life and she often struggled with subservient. typecasting Hollywood also repeatedly granted lead Asian roles to white actors and cast actual. Asian. Actors. As villains. After working in the United, states for several years, Anna had had enough of Hollywood's biased casting. So she moved to Europe. Europe was more receptive when it came to Anna's acting ability. She started films throughout the continent with reporters praising her transcendent talent. One notable appearance was in the British movie. Piccadilly in nineteen twenty. Nine After a few years in Europe and a decided to give Los. Angeles. Another shot she appeared in the famous nineteen thirty two movie. Shanghai Express opposite. Marlene Dietrich. I must confess I. Don't quite know standard respectability that you know newborn how But Hollywood hasn't really improved. It's racist casting methods. Anna, auditioned for the lead role in the gutter. A film based on the novel about a family of Chinese farmers despite Anna's film
Leading Ladies: Evelyn Preer
"Today's leading lady was one of the first black actresses to earn celebrity status. She was known as the First Lady of the screen. Let's talk about Evelyn prayer. Evelyn Jarvis was born in eighteen, ninety six in Vicksburg Mississippi after her father died. Evelyn's family moved to Chicago where she performed in Vaudeville shows and practice street, preaching to raise funds to build church. In Nineteen fifteen, when she was nineteen years old Evelyn married her first husband Frank Career. In Nineteen Eighteen Evelyn met author and director Oscar me show who'd become a highly influential African American filmmaker. We show made films for a predominantly black audience and was able to avoid stereotypes that Hollywood Films Inc... Evelyn made her film debut in me. Shows film The homesteaders where she played a woman who's evil, overbearing father causes her husband to abandon her. Michaud Evelyn, his goto leading actress, and in Nineteen Twenty, she started within our gates. She played a teacher who fights to save a school for Black Children. It's the only feature film Evelyn made that survive to this day. As her career blossomed, Evelyn played dramatic characters and was known for her versatility. In between films, Evelyn joined the Lafayette players a black, the actual stock company since theaters were segregated by law in the South and by practice in the north. The Lafayette players brought traditional theater to black audiences throughout the US. Evelyn married her second husband fellow actor Edward Thompson while on tour. In nineteen twenty one, Evelyn performed in the chip woman's fortune. The first drama written by a black playwright to appear on Broadway. The show only ran for two weeks, but W E. B deploys said that dramatically and spiritually it was one of the greatest successes. This country has ever seen. In nineteen twenty six, Evelyn landed a role in the successful Broadway Production Blue Bell. She understudied and played the role of a Harlem Prostitute. She then appeared in the West Coast Revival of Sadie Thompson. We're her performance garnered critical acclaim. In addition to being a talented actor Evelyn was a gifted vocalist. She thrived cabaret and theater, and was occasionally accompanied by a young duke. Ellington and Red Nichols. Up. L.! Y.. Evelyn start in sixteen films. She easily transition from silent films to talkies in the nineteen thirties, musical Georgia rose, which was about a black family migrating north. In nineteen thirty-one Evelyn performed in the film. Ladies of the big house alongside Sylvia Sidney. WHO's one of the most famous entertainers at the time? Her final role was in blonde. Venus which starred Marlene Dietrich and cary grant. Evelyn's performance was credited. Evelyn refused roles that attempted to typecast her, and instead continued acting in challenging roles. Many black actors at the time were not permitted to play. In nineteen, thirty, two Evelyn gave birth to her daughter Adiv Evelyn suffered from postpartum complications, and soon after died of double pneumonia, she was thirty six years old. Though, her career ended prematurely. Evelyn left her mark on Hollywood and on history. She's remembered as pioneering actor and
The gender beauty gap
"Most of US understand that there are hidden costs to being a woman. Blame it on advertising the cult of self-improvement blame it on sexism and the rich white guys who ruled the world. The fact is is at ton of pressure for women to be beautiful and present well. The stack support is to research, says in Two Thousand Sixteen Australian women spent fifteen billion dollars grooming themselves compared to men who spent just seven. So we're spending more than double on our appearances than men. But what else is it costing us? He's Emma, Hussar. We spent three years in the federal parliament as MP. I remember one day my colleague a male came in, and he was doing the segment before me. He literally popped car in the basement caught lift up the same way I did busted into the makeup room got some patronizing went right coup, and he had coming donny's hair and makeup. was. A powder powder awnings noise for maybe ten six, not even lying Janis interview comeback, and said goodbye and left, and I hadn't even gotten out of the way and I went. He blasted like this sucks. It really really sucks. The gender beauty gap his chewing up out time, not just money, and you WanNa know what else it's costing. US Six out of ten women opt out of really important life activities like hanging out. Out with friends and family, going on a date, being assertive or going to see a doctor because they're worried about the way that they look, that's Dr Phillip, Dietrich's, she's a psychologist whose done a lot of research into body image, and yes, you heard right. The gender beauty gap also creates a reluctance to do not just the things that we love, but actually the things we need to do like. Sit Doctor Up. She's quoting research done by a private research company into how more than ten thousand women across the world felt about their bodies, seven and ten Australian. Women's said that they feel like there's pressure for women to look a certain way. We know it affects psychological and physical health, several decades of really robust evidence, showing that we also know that it affects our social. Social Relationships, and interestingly also in the workplace in education aspirations, so this research suggesting that women you know not turn up to work on or go for that job interview on days that they're really feeling like they don't meet standards of what should be acceptable in terms of how they look, so it's having an impact on all key areas of women's lives. This. Episode is all about the gender beauty gap, an idea sometimes also known as the grooming gap and the beauty expectation gap. And look in the fought for gender equality. There are a million gaps. He's a snapshot of the future out orders the set to inherit. Women Orgasm lists that's a gap we masturbate lists. And we get paid list a lot full pay gap and at school for kids. There's even a fitness gap way. Young girls feel too self conscious to exercise. Within these entirely unfair system, we're also expected to throw resources into looking. For as long as we possibly can and to tonight asleep cling to that as we will evaporate if no one thinks we're hot. Dr Phillips describes the impact of all this pressure and. Chat about having to appear attractive as a quiet public health emergency. So. It's now more normal for women and girls to be unhappy with the way that they look and we see prevalence rates in the research bearing from anywhere from fifty to ninety percent of women and girls. Feeling the way that they look is not good enough why this is concerning on one hand. That might seem quite trivial. How does worrying about the way you look really play out in the big scheme of things, but what we also see from the research several decades now is that when women and girls feel like they don't look. Look good enough. They more likely to experience depression stress, anxiety engage in unhealthy weight. Control practices exercise too much or too little, and so what we have is, it's an issue that affects most women and girls. It has serious negative consequences for their physical health and wellbeing, so that indicates that it's a public health issue. Can we talk about the different types of time that we spend on appearance? So there's the actual sort of preparation for the day where you stand in front of the mirror that kind of time, but then you describe. We chew up, are in time. Something called body checking. What is that buddy? Checking really comes from this theory code, self, objectification, theory, and essentially what that is, when as a woman go, we start to see ourselves more as objects to be looked at by other people, often by men through the mail gaze rather than our bodies being you know these. Tools on being really multidimensional, and when we start to feel that way about ourselves, we're much more likely to engage in body, checking or self surveillance so really checking in with how looking at all times during the day. So that could be when you're walking along the shops, checking your reflection in the mirror, or you're walking around the shop. So when you see any kind of reflective surface, it can also be things like when sitting at amazing in the board room and you will kind of. Of judging how much space you'll taking up in the chair for example, all of these little kind of subtle moments where we're just thinking okay, how do I look right now? How am I presenting to other people, but it's also the amount of cognitive energy all that thought process and the amount of attention that we're paying to thinking about how we look rather than necessarily focusing on the task at hand, so it says incremental moments that count as well when we think about forty
Elevating Yourself & Your Team By Embracing Change
"We are in free treat today. Michael chastain now hold on a second I said I wasn't gonNA screw this up and immediately Michael. I messed this up. How bad is got to be for me as a host to screw this up and you know none of this is going to be edited out because we are all about showing genuine mistakes in the in the course of our Michael. Is that okay for us to do that love it? Let's keep rolling all right. So it's it's Michael Dietrich chest pain and I tried to understand exactly why that was all put together. Maybe he'll explain that to us again as we're recording maybe not. He's the CEO of Arc integrated in Organizational Consulting and professional coaching practice. Now let's take a little deeper dive with Michael. He's an author. He's a coach. He's a speaker. We're GonNa talk leadership or especially today going talk about change conflict resolution building a great culture and. I know that this is the time for that right now. Michael and his team focus on Human Development. And we all know the important work is completely related to the bottom line is well. So we're GONNA see how that is so. In addition to talking to Michael Nice Guy Community his writing can be featured and is featured in Time Money Entrepreneur. The Washington Post and his new book changes the busy professional's guide to reducing stress accomplishing goals and mastering adaptability released in two thousand. And Nineteen we're GONNA talk of the importance of the four letter word and it really shouldn't be a four letter word but it is. That word called change. Welcome Michael to the Nice guys on business podcast. Thank you so much. Doug screen to be here with you. Yeah well it was good. I figured my mom writes all intro. So did she do an okay job of writing that one? It was beautiful. She's done mom so she said to me Doug Jr one thing. I gotTa tell you. Just don't screw up on the on his name because if you do that you kind of lose right out of the gate and hoping I didn't lose your right out of the gate repeat People's interest. Maybe maybe so okay so minute. Let's start there because I think this is important you hyphenated because you were afraid to maybe go one side or the other now is through marriage through your parents. How how did that come Asian stir? Yeah my this is. My parents were real progressive. And they gave me each of their last names and You know I'm close with them. Both didn't have the her arc's choose one over the other so just stuck with what they gave me in. So that's where it comes from. Okay all right. That's cool very good so you couldn't side so you went to your mom and your dad and you said I'm just going to do the combination of both of these things. That's that's what they gave me so I stuck with it so let's talk a little bit about that four letter word that change where we are right now in the middle of this whole Cova crisis as we are recording this. So if you are listening back to this and we're four years in the future just know that this was a hell of a time so we're just GONNA dealing with it all now. There are so many different ways that people have to adapt to this change. So why don't we just I talk about how? Maybe you got to be an expert in this change thing maybe share a little bit about how you adapted your own business and then talk about those in our community too. So let's just talk about you becoming the expert in that space first of all. Yeah yeah happy to share that the The reality is I've I've always had an interest in in human development and inhuman change making so when I was in Undergrad I had a vision for going for a PhD or a Master's degree in industrial organizational psychology which sure a lot of listeners know about but for those that don't on it's basically looking at how human systems function in the context of a business and how to how to optimize those systems of people and so did all the course work and the and the prerequisites for that and got a corporate job out of out of school and taught me a lot did a lot of leadership. Coaching a lot of employee employer conflict resolution work some account management. It was really really informative time and it influenced me to WANNA take deeper dive into how and why we do. The things we do is people so I went back and got a masters counts sling and a license as a psychotherapist and I lived in the mental health world for a number of years Really in all sorts of capacities from managing teams of therapists to work in a hospital system. The jail system in the community You know working with conditions that ran the gamut from severe and persistent mental hall off disorder to Life Transition to addiction to really really all you know all spectrums of of mental health and It was really informative experience hugely valuable to the work that I do today. In so after a few years know continued with this interest in business and human systems and so made a pivot back to the corporate world and was in that world again for a couple of years doing training and Account Management and some coaching and it was a lot of fun and then the got inspired me to start my own practice in two thousand fifteen launched out on my own and today we do coaching and training facilitation for teams and leaders of organizations around the country and usually focused around the the elements of leadership. The that we feel are the most important which are things like emotional intelligence stress reduction and communication. And so. That's the that's the short thirty thousand foot story. Doug now that's cool and and we all know that all of those things are really really critical. You know obviously developing leadership. I had was fortunate enough to have John C. Maxwell on the show and you know talks. He spent an entire career dealing in In leadership so we know how important it is for leaders to be able to evolve and change and move and groove with whatever the circumstances. But let's talk about that as as we're all faced with this this big thing right now this you know world changing event with with this virus spreading all over the place. How challenging is it for an organization that doesn't have the skill set to to kind of pivot? How essential is it for them to really start to learn? These skills are and how detrimental is to their organization. If they can't learn to change and pivot I I I see it as a huge game changer. In potential you know You know opportunity to or opportunity unfortunate opportunity that one sees when they do this to potentially go out of business. Yeah absolutely you know it's interesting. I think I think as human beings the biggest opportunity we have is to get more comfortable with change and you know. That's that's really being emphasized right now with the coronavirus forced pivoting change. That goes on but the reality is is that you know whether it's this. You know catastrophe that Rin or something else down the road whether it be smaller Lard. The reality is that you know this this Illusion that we have that things are permanent. I in my opinion. One of the best things we can do is get better at adapting the circumstance. That's an innovating and getting comfortable change and to your point. There's a lot of opportunity when we are able to do that. and I think that right now you're absolutely right. We're GONNA see a lot of businesses reinvent themselves for the better. Maybe even come out of this thing in a way that is more successful than they went into it and then the alternative is is true as well those that really hold onto old paradigm and old methods of operating. I think that there's a strong risk and failure. And it's it's interesting because that parallel is so consistent with the general human condition that unless we change and adapt our growth is stunted and research in that show up in the business world right
"dietrich" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Alot from wonder media network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manteca this month. We're talking about Mavericks Legends. We're highlighting women who went against prescribed gender norms to make a name for themselves for better or for worse today we're talking about an iconic film star and sex symbol who's in dryness style challenge gender norms and captured hearts around the globe. She also took a brave political stand against Nazism that closed doors to her native Germany and forced her abroad. Let's talk about Marlene Dietrich. Mary Magdalene Dietrich was born on December twenty seventh nineteen o one in Schoenberg Germany. She grew up comfortably attending private school where she learned to speak English and French. For a young age she went by a combined version of her first and middle names. Marlene Marlene clearly. Had A gift for music and the performing arts and in her teen years she studied to be a professional violinist but a life spent in conservative concert. Halls didn't appeal when compared to nightclubs and more. Glamorous Hans Marlene faked a hurt wrist so she could quit the violin and instead decided to dip her toes into acting and modeling to showcase her. Glamorous looks big personality and enchanting soon to be famous voice in Nineteen Twenty one. Marlene took a step further in the direction of the stage when she started attending. Max reinhart's famed theater school. She soon joined his company and by Nineteen twenty-three. She caught the eye of a casting director from. Ufa Film Studios named Rudolf Sieber Rudolph's interest in Marlene expanded beyond the professional. It appears the attraction was mutual as the two married in nineteen twenty four and had a daughter together but the relationship didn't last Rudolph and Marlene separated in Nineteen twenty nine though. They didn't officially divorce till much later from a career perspective. Nineteen twenty nine was a major breakthrough year for Marlene. She started the lead. In Germany's first feature linked talking film called the Blue Angel. Making her an instant international star up to that point she'd been working on stage and in silent films and hadn't fully broken through. It was quite a risk for her to sign onto a talking picture. As many of even the most famous silent actresses of the era were unsuccessful in making the switch. Marlene was different. The Director of the Blue Angel Josef von Sternberg went on to direct Marlene and many other movies and took her to Hollywood where she signed with paramount pictures in the nineteen thirties. She started many movies including Morocco. Dishonored Shanghai Express and the devil is a woman she often leaned in the FEM fatale troop her acting success and her distinctive sense of style made. Marlene International trendsetter. She donned trousers and other close. Typically worn almost exclusively by men at the time normalizing more androgynous clothing choices and making them cool critic Kenneth. Tynan said she has sex but no particular gender. She has the bearing of a man the character she plays love power where trousers. Her Masculinity appeals to women and her sexuality to men Marlene became a US citizen in nineteen thirty seven as the politics and her native country moved in a direction she couldn't stomach. This did not go unnoticed by the Nazis. As Adolf Hitler rose to power seems he hoped? Marlene a proud German. What fall into line and support his 'cause? She refused to do so going so far to say in an interview. Hitler is an idiot because Marlene actively opposed the Nazi party. She was shunned in Germany or her movies temporarily banned. She decided to throw her energy and support behind the allied forces in her adopted country from nineteen forty three to nineteen forty six. She made more than five hundred personal appearances in front of the allied troops to support the cause after the conclusion of World War Two Orleans. Successful acting career continued on stage and screen. She hadn't almost Predator natural star quality. That attracted admirers near and far and helped her retain her selling power at the box office. It didn't hurt that. Marlene was constantly in the gossip columns reports of some exciting dalliance or another. She was known for having many many affairs with famous men and women of the Era Ernest. Hemingway once said of Marlene. If she had nothing more than her voice she could break your heart with it. The I know quiet still her relationship with her fellow. Germans and her home country continued to be strained as late as nineteen sixty trip to Berlin. Marlene was faced with Nazi supporters. Who Spat on her and raised banners. Telling her to go home even twenty years later. She'd yet to be forgiven for refusing them her support in nineteen seven a documentary. About Marlene's life called Marlene was released and the following year. Marlene published her autobiography. Marleen died in nineteen ninety two in Paris France. She was ninety years old to this day. She Epitomizes Glamour and popular culture despite and perhaps because of the fact that her carefully crafted image went against the norm as most of us hopefully are staying home. It can be hard to get fresh healthy food. Stay healthy focused and energized with fresh delicious meals. Delivered straight to your door from Sikora. Sikora is nutrition company. That believes wellness begins with what you eat from hardy salads nutrient dense granola to savory flat breads and seasonal fruit part phase. There ever changing menu of creative chef crafted meals makes clean eating delicious. All of cars meals are a hundred percent. Plant-based gluten free dairy free and non GMO in addition to their delicious meals. Sikora also offers daily essentials like supplements and herbal teas to complete your wellness routine and support overall health and vitality to boost immunity. Try their best selling daily PROBIOTIC BLEND OR DETOX. Water drops with pure chlorophyll. Right now car is offering our listeners. Twenty percent off their order if they go to Sikora DOT com slash encyclopedia or enter Code Encyclopedia. Checkout that's Sikora S. A. K. A. R. A. DOT COM SLASH ENCYCLOPEDIA. To get twenty percents off your order. Sikora DOT COM slash encyclopedia. All may talking about Mavericks and legends. Some of these women did incredible things for society and should be celebrated others had a big impact that was not so rosy all in the collection of women were featuring this month is complex and nuanced much. All women are for more on. Why we're doing what we're doing check out our newsletter manteca weekly you can also follow us on facebook and Instagram at Cyclope. Manica and you can follow me directly on twitter at Jenny Kaplan special. Thanks to Liz. Caplan my favorite sister and Co Creator and to all the woman Yak out. There talk to you tomorrow..
Gini Dietrich talks PESO and Spin Sucks
"Good Morning Welcome to marketing over coffee. I'm John Wall Today. We're GONNA be talking about PR marketing measuring everything. The peso model and the person behind peso is ginny dietrich. She's the founder and CEO of Spin Sucks and hosted. The sprint sucks podcast. She's run grown an agency over the past fourteen years and also co author of marketing in the Round Ginny. Dietrich thanks for joining us today. I wish people could see you because your hands are like I do. Oh that's a whole new thing to we're doing squad. Cast is a new tool that I've tried and we were on caster forever and then caster is like good most of the time. The thing squad cat has been a little bit better like the sounds a little bit better. But it's also been wonky. I'd had one or two fail so the backup recorder the bet. Yes we live and die by the backup and people are like to teach the batteries on the yes. We need to change the batteries. Let's start though for people who don't know you. I. It's funny too. I was thinking I was like. Why hasn't she been on so much earlier? Funny you're like. Would you like to be gassed? And it was like cheese John. I thought you'd never ask. I mean it's only been like fifteen years Bamut it's been for at least came up with the reason. I figured out what the deal was. So much of what you do is groundbreaking and cutting edge stuff in measurement and stats and we have a guy who's I will tell the story really quickly. I was on a conference call yesterday with web in. Its but they told me that they are data scientists like Oh really. We'll tell me more. I started to ask questions so then I said we'll do you know Christopher Penn and they're like no no who that is. I'll just you that we're done. We're out here. No data scientists. Y'All know Christopher pen was going with that we gotta get back on measurement arm. Okay so tell us about what you do for sprint. Sucks though you have a picture. What's your what's your your pitch. Oh okay so it's been sucks. You know it started as a blog in two thousand six in. It was a complete and utter disaster. And Truth be told. I have zero idea why we kept going because for the first three years it was a whole but I think there wasn't anything to compare it to an so we just kept going and it literally took three years before we started to go. Well I get how this digital marketing thing works in how blogging fits into it and so from there. It became a book. I did a ton of speaking in marketing. The book traveling the world and Blah Blah Blah Blah. And then. I had a small one and decided I needed to stay home at not needed to wanted to. So we looked at how we could take the things that we teach at a theoretical level on spin sucks and dignity into a practical level and do that professional development so today we had this been six academy which does online courses coaching. And so you you've been able to transition from agency running this for everybody to giving people the you know the teaching a man how to fish kind of thing. Yeah A. N. we've really gone from the agency. Side Does B. Two B. Manufacturing communication since we've gone from that and we still do that but more into teaching communicators that just the theory that the practice. Okay and then the cornerstone of this. Well I say it's the cornerstone but you could tell me otherwise there but peso the whole idea behind being the measure. What's going on and kind of your pr? And you're all the way across all your digital marketing tells more about that based on model is this is sort of like the blog like it just came out of something and became something that. I didn't anticipate it was the process that we used internally at the agency and we were using paid earned. Sheridan owned media. But we were calling it that we were certainly doing content in social end some search engine marketing and of course media relations reputation in thought leadership and all that kind of stuff and we had a process but we named it and so when. I wrote the book. The publisher said to me He. Can you put a name to this and create a diagram so we sat in a conference room when we just started putting things up on the whiteboard to see what we could come up with and we went back and forth because we we believe that you should start with content with owned media and go to earned or shared and then paid and so you know but that acronym work all ESPN OS EP? It just didn't work and finally were like wait a works so one of the arguments get from communicators as we never start with paid media and I agree. We don't so you don't have to start paid media because of the acronym is in that order but what that's what we did so I named the peso model at that time the ACO model existed. You know people were talking about insured on but they hadn't added that the pay pieces especially in our industry and then I had a designer design a graphic and it just went. I mean took off if I had realized that it was going to do that. I would've put some more strategic into it but I didn't I mean it was literally because my publisher said. Can you put a name to this? End Critic right right and bundled up. That's the thing that everybody misses. I mean is that it's so easy to create these models and and do all this analysis but if you can't bundle it up into something easy to remember you know it's your. It's it's only going to be adopted by the people that exercise and eat right. They're the only ones that have the discipline to like. Dig It all this whereas you can throw peso at anybody and they now. Suddenly you've unlocked their world for them. Yeah and the end. They use it as a planning tool. They use it as a measurement tool they use it. You know it presentations. They use it with clients to say. Hey listen we can use this model to demonstrate results and it's it has changed the world for PR industry for Short
Election 2020 highlights: Democrats jockey for support ahead of S.C. primary
"Much all right we're gonna bring in our political analyst Mr Gerry Dietrich joining us on a Wednesday morning well Sir here we go I mean Vegas was fun and then South Carolina was just as fun what's your headline from last night well I'm certainly one of the headline has to be that Bloomberg look likely to actually engage in the debate thank you course last week with disastrous for him unless it was like a clear themselves fine he took a lot of flak again yesterday but that was probably the biggest most dramatic change down from last week to this week so Gary I promised our listeners before we went to the commercial break that the one question I would ask you is this Joe Biden promised last night that he would win South Carolina you think you can keep that promise what is the polls definitely show him continuing to be in the lead stand however that leaders shrunk considerably certainly the standard momentum is gonna have something to do with that I don't think there's any guaranteed fighting Biden knows very well himself if he doesn't win South Carolina it makes things very difficult for him going into super Tuesday Gail had absolutely no mom that you're having not won a single contract yet so the conventional thinking this morning is Elizabeth Warren did pretty well once again another debate but you know she has one of those campaigns here that's running on fumes financially Amy Klobuchar's sort of in the same situation do we see it do any of these people drop out after so after Saturday yeah I don't think they drop out after Saturday next Tuesday yeah I'm super Tuesday of course were the biggest prize in that here in California that really is going to be the waters for stocks now in many states that are honest people get fifteen percent of the vote delegates now goes to one of the others so that's really going to be the big cast here super Tuesday where a third of the democratic guy delegates he's domination are going to be doled out all right let's look forward to Tuesday because it affects so many of us in California what what are you hearing here in California who's doing well is are there any odds on favorites from the from your sources what you have to say that Sanders is in a strong position this race continues to be here hello but here's a guy a course you ran in the state and ran strongly for years ago against Hillary Clinton and it's pretty tremendous amount of resources on the ground the most interesting to watch next including here in California is going to be of course mayor Bloomberg because him he hasn't been on a single ballot yet you know little to debate and nobody can look for that changes on Tuesday and that's really going to be I think what everybody's gonna be scrutinizing is did these hundreds of millions of dollars by the delegates at Bloomberg helps a well one last quick question how did Tom Steiner duty in your estimation last night he did fine and you know what he's currently in third position South Carolina that's very strong but a lot of it of resources in that state and so you know he's a god causes on money to stay in the U. britaniji and well beyond okay good thanks a lot appreciate the time on a Wednesday morning it's our political analyst Gary Dietrich weighing in on what happened and South Carolina pretty consistent with what we're reading this morning was what he's saying the report card seems to be a pretty universal overall it was Sanders ahead sliders that was the right man of the hour right into the evening it was his game to lose and even lose it it's gonna be interesting to see what happens super
New train blockade piles pressure on Trudeau in Wet'suwet'en pipeline fight. House passes 'riot boosting' bill amid protests
"This is national native news. Antonio Gonzalez ongoing rail blockades and demonstrations continue across Canada and have led to fiery exchanges in parliament as indigenous leaders call for patients and dialogue down carpenter. Chuck reports freight cars or sitting. Idle consumer goods are not getting to market grain and other commodities are not getting reports for shipping overseas and there are fears. The economy will take a hit. Tempers are running short and in the House of Commons opposition parties attack Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Who called for dialogue with the protesters? Do we want to become a country of irreconcilable differences where people talk but refused to listen? We're politicians ordering police to arrest people a country where people think they can tamper with rail lines. But that wasn't good enough for conservative Andrew. Scheer the leader of the official opposition. At least two key things were missing a clear denunciation that the actions of radical activists are illegal and some kind of an action plan. The rail blockades and protests came after police in northern British Columbia enforced an injunction against what so it and hereditary chiefs in their supporters. Who had blocked access to construction on a natural gas pipeline although twenty bend councils along the pipeline route voted in favor the hereditary chiefs opposed it other indigenous leader such as Perry Bell Guard. The national chief of the Assembly of first nations are calling for dialogue. And it's about peace and if you put that piece in those principles of peace and respect in working together you know things will come down but even native leaders are split over whether or not the blockade should come down some say their own people are also suffering from shortages and the point has been made ministers of indigenous portfolios in Ottawa. Say they're waiting for an invitation from the whatsoever and hereditary chiefs to meet and try to resolve the issues for national native news. I'm Dan Carpet. Chuck South Dakota's twenty twenty riot. Boosting law has been approved by the State House and is on. Its Way to the Senate. The controversial bill is a rewrite of last year's law found largely unconstitutional by a federal judge advocates. Say This version ensures safe and peaceful protests but opponents say is still deters free speech and assembly and Pitt's government against Tribes Victoria wicks. Has This report. Republican representative. Michael Dietrich says the bill protects those who exercise the right to speak freely and assemble peacefully. Andy Defense the most controversial aspect of the legislation that protests support could be interpreted and prosecuted as abetting crime has elements that are required in order for someone to be guilty or at least charged with inciting a riot and those elements are specific intent to cause a lawless action representative. Sean Board Doe a Democrat and member of the Rosebud Sioux tribe says. The legislation is not necessary the roost. Here is that south. Dakota's really want this. South Dakota really need this. I think this is very divisive. Bordeaux says the language surrounding the law has been hyped up. I heard burning. I heard destruction. I don't think there's going to be burning. I hope not other opponents say. The legislation peds tribes and environmentalists against government and law enforcement creating a state of fear. The House approved the bill on a forty five to twenty five vote it now goes to a Senate Committee. The legislation specifically addresses protests. That will happen. If the Keystone Excel pipeline is built. That project is still tied up in federal court in Montana with a hearing scheduled for April sixteenth for National Native News. I'm Victoria wicks in rapid city. South Dakota and demand Tony Gonzalez.
"dietrich" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"What's shaking fire nation j. l. d. here with an audio masterclass on why we need more pioneers rather than experts in to drop these value bombs i have to dietrich who's a CEO of three companies where she helps clients reinvent their business and sell five live in six-figure offers with integrity ease in creativity and fire nation we're gonna talk today about selling five and six figure offers how entrepreneurs and actually transition out of survival based marketing and selling how we can create a business that makes love to us in so much more when we get back from thinking our sponsors the fitness industry is a ninety four billion dollar industry and it's not showing any signs of slowing down f- forty five is here here to prove it and they're inviting you to join them in choir today about owning your own f- forty five franchise at f- forty i five invest dot com slash fire that's the number forty five f forty five invest dot com slash fire ready to build your first sales funnel without having to hire an entire tech team to help with click funnels you can visit e o fire dot com com slash click to start your free fourteen day trial today that's your fire dot com slash click to beata say hey what's up to fire nation and sheer something interesting about yourself that most people don't know thanks chelsea and high fire nation i'm excited i to be here today something that most people don't know about me is the very first book that i tried to publish in my native language sermon before i publish my best selling book actually never got published because i never found publishing company that was willing to publish it not not an uncommon story fire nation a lot of people have to go to twenty thirty forty fifty publishers before they will publish and by the way those are some of the most highly sought after now and sold books in the world we're talking about so just because you get shot down a few times don't think that your book is not worthy it's just that you're publisher is either clueless doesn't see the vision or just doesn't quite get but of course it as audio masterclass is why we fire nation need more pioneers in years than experts in to beat a lot of people think that a positioning yourself as an expert in solving a specific problem is is the only way to sell five in six-figure offers what would you say to these people i totally understand why someone want to do that and it's it's a good way to get started because obviously you need to leverage your skills to really get moving as an entrepreneur or in any industry in any job that you're pursuing but i believe as as entrepreneurs especially as evolutionary entrepreneurs as has pioneers we have an obligation to really use the profit that we're generating with our companies to reinvent humanity and to contribute to positive change and if you're only focused on problem solving in a specific niche you're never actually going to expand into auburn itches or reactions into like the things that humanity and you never actually think about out well how can i with my company contribute to global change that we need so i find a lot of times when i work with clients that when it comes to them losing the drive in worthy really wanna go next it's because they have lost access to that beer picture because because all they really care about this well let me be competitive in the market space like one or honors are experts doing and then to try to implement in systems and strategies out that they have been taught that have worked for them but ultimately is not really the thing that they should be doing so that is why you actually kind of take yourselves completely out of like even looking at how can i compete with or people in the marketplace when you look at how can i tackled something how can i pursue vision that is so big that is impacting millions or even billions of people eight coal and then you automatically get out of the problem solving thinking so for not positioning ourselves as an expert to solve a specific problem what are some recommendations that you think that we should do like what are some examples that you've seen maybe some of your clients or yourself take that really kinda gets outside of this this box that we're talking about yeah obviously you start with something that you're really passionate about and you basically learn everything there is to know about that particular she killed subject and when you're an entrepreneur you naturally develop skills over time and because we are on the path that we're on and these skills is are important to value to honor but when you have gone through these phases off really diving into all the material things that are the most important to you you naturally should be asking yourself the question while okay how can i take that what i've learned in specific snitch or in like that particularly particular area of life in how can i make it better how can i reinvent it how can in base when taken into like a framework or something much bigger that is impacting more people how can this benefit those people and usually like for me that is like a how i look at things naturally this is not something that have to practice the know for some people that really are much into details that's not particularly for those people because they're good at breaking down things but for people who see the big visions for people who see the changes that are coming on this planet like the entire am changed that we had going on the internet when technology became really relevant into people in companies that understood that in leverage that were the companies that outlast than the other ones were basically shut down so so when a person is looking at different industries and all kinds of platforms to really see okay how can i connect the dots here in how can can use that to make change that is benefiting millions or billions of people naturally take your company to the next level so for for every CEO that is really your job as a CEO you need to be the pioneer you need to look at how can i always continuously reinvent my company cooney and get my team on board for this bigger vision that i have so that you don't have to be the person that is pushing your team or is trying to to kind of motivate them from like from from the inside out these people are motivated and fired up themselves because who doesn't want to contribute to global change who doesn't want to see millions or billions of lives changed because of the thing that you're doing and you like whatever challenge you have the passion for that vision is going to be so much bigger than the excuses you might come up with to not face these challenges to not overcome comedy obstacles now talking to entrepreneurs solar preneurs small business owners and they're just like to be tom i i feel like i'm always in this survival based marketing i feel like i'm always in this survival based selling mo like i'm selling and marketing and it's just as cyclic and never quite get out of it how do we transition out of this survival base mode i talk about like basically merchan- the artists and business person in you and the reason why i'm doing that is because every entrepreneur at its core really is an artist because you are here to create something legendary rian something extraordinary but if you don't know how to monetize that in classically handed over to the business person in you you're gonna stay stock in you're always wis creating an always you're in the loop of like oh my god i have so many great ideas but you don't know how to monetize that so you need both on board the problem problem with a person that is only like in in trapped in the businessperson is that you're only thinking about revenue and the number says you're generating so so when you merge the two year actually you start to create for the freedom to just create whatever you want to create an that is only possible if you understand that nothing outside of yourself going to give you the satisfaction race going to give you to state of being that you're looking for once you have the chief whatever this study you want to achieve so whatever you're building if it's not built on the foundation of and building this thing because i'm so frigging excited about outbuilding this thing then handing it over to the business person that can monetize that because it's impacting millions of people and that is like how you structure your vision how i'll be tune into your vision 'em then like you naturally come to the state you law forever you're creating you're creating for pure a pleasure of creating and then you're not going to be attached.
"dietrich" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Hey welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Lamb. And I'm Joe McCormick. And it's Saturday time to venture into the vault for a classic episode of stuff to blow your mind this one and originally aired November thirteenth. Two thousand eighteen. This was our interview with the Emory Professor Dietrich Stout about stone-age technology. Yeah this one. This one was a lot of fun. We actually had an in the studio so no phone. Call a static or anything going on with this one. He was tremendously interesting to chat with any any even engaged. Some discussion on two thousand one space odyssey. Which of course was the the vault in an episode that aired before this one? Yeah so we hope you enjoy welcome to stuff to blow your mind from how stuff works. Dot Com. Hey welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Land and I'm Joe McCormick today. We have for you an interview episode episode episode where we sat down and talked to an expert on Paleolithic Technology. And I'm really excited field to hear this one because this conversation conversation was a lot of fun a stone age technology is so much more fascinating than you would think. Yeah because in in looking at it. We're looking really at the the roots of human invention in an innovation. Like where does the entire tree of human technology spring from. Yeah and how did ancient technology shape us so this is going to conversation with Dr Dietrich Stout Dietrich Stout is an associate professor of anthropology at Emory University. Where his Paleolithic Technology Laboratory investigates the role of Technology in human evolution? Dr Stout is also associate director of Emory's Cross Disciplinary Center for Mind Brain and culture which promotes modes diverse and integrative research into human nature and experience. His research focus on Paleolithic stone tool making brain evolution. Integrates field research at early Stone Age..
"dietrich" Discussed on Filmspotting
"I decided to go right down the middle with with an insert shot of her hands so it's it's not entirely her but she is definitely there and this does come from shanghai express. It's when lily is attempting to pray for doc. Who's being held hostage at this point and this shot just involves her hands fund stirred chooses to basically capture the intensity of this moment with one close up there lit so they're they're glowing in what his otherwise darkness they're trying to close in prayer but just not being able to completely class a little bit of traveling going on here as well and i just think i think it's the reason i chose it for my von. Sternberg moment is because it's everything we need to know via an image <hes> and this being sternberg. It's a melodramatic image. The importance of of the action we understand lillies conflicted emotions about it. We understand and we see both the bright hope that's involved but also the darkness surrounding it. That's it's going to just snuff that. Hope out at any moment too so it's it's <hes> maybe a minute choice for this. It's not quite as ostentatious and some of the more or elaborate sequences that he did with tracking shots or dissolves but i do like the specificity of it and i also like you know back to the scarlet empress that it calls back to this. I think a very different context. Though do you remember. This is one moment where i feel like okay now. She's coming into her own when she seduces the guard in the garden garden yet when she realizes i've got i've got to get pregnant. If that's her power play. It's not going to happen from the halfway so why not this. <hes> you know guard who's almost as handsome as john lodge right that whole thing is captured. She puts her arms around his neck. Yeah we see her hands or essentially see them committing the act by by how her hands and react so it's a it's a motif of on sternberg so i think it works says the best funster moment the best part of that exchange with the guard out in the night is the payoff later of the joke when he doesn't recognize her as she's now the empress and she describes him as surely very efficient yeah from how it was depicted it was it was a fish. Maybe a little more del though he only needed one attempt yeah that's true good. She was after her. She got from that guard. Okay best picture probably not much of a surprise here and yet we will let nathaniel do the honors call it peak dietrich call call it peaked dietrich and peak von sternberg. Whatever side you choose eyelid be surprised if we didn't all agree. Shanghai express is the best film of this marathon. Thanks guys nathaniel as he so often is is absolutely correct about shanghai express being the best film in this marathon. If you could only watch watch one of these four movies to get the best sense of who both of them were as artist. Someone gave me that challenge. It would be a very quick answer to say just go to shanghai express yeah. That's where i would point people to. I think of the four films we've seen at least it's the one where everything between dietrich von sternberg is clicking perfectly. He i.
"dietrich" Discussed on Filmspotting
"She downs the drink in one gulp just like a man and she starts. It's to walk away and then just like a man might she sees something she likes the woman at the table madame scissor and she lingers and she stares at her and she just looks her up and down and it's only a few seconds but it feels like it's a lot longer and in that moment that's sizing up of madams. Are you get the mystery of dietrich. You get this kind of sense of danger. The woman can only only laugh at it because you so kind of unnerved by it but then just like a man dietrich. She takes exactly what she wants. She first does that little little magic trick or whatever with the flower behind her head and she says can i have this so she's very polite there and saying can i have this flour and when the woman says yes she takes takes it and then she just goes after the kiss she doesn't ask for permission for the kiss she just takes it and had flick really is great though that follows it because it's kind of this disarming. I just did something really provocative. Oh what me kind of moment were then. She bryce saunters off that whole sequence really is prime dietrich eric but especially i think just that pause which we've talked about is something unique to dietrich and your pick as well holding the frame <hes> not having to do you much at all now being on frame. I don't know how many actors pause as long as her hold the frame as long as she does so that's my best dietrich moment that brings us to our best von sternberg moment. Is it possible that one of us is going to dare to pick on sternberg moment. That doesn't involve marlene dietrich. We will see starting with the guys. I'm hoping one of you picks up the slack by mentioning some amazing tracking shot or some prolonged dissolve love or some moment of elaborately designed as on san because really how can you even choose for me somewhat arbitrarily and not all that originally i have to go with a moment of light and shadow that of von sternberg smu's marlene dietrich in the train car toward the end of shanghai express as she stares upward upward cigarette in hand cloaked in darkness except for one beam of light which is creating that distinct shadow of butterfly under her nose. It's a moment almost ost apart from the rest of the story a moment of transcendent artifice which is how i might generally characterized von sternberg aesthetic see josh. Why did you have to spoil. Nathaniel thunder. Sorry had laid out there and i'm afraid this really is the right answer despite there being so many different moments to choose from this existential crisis that we get from lily in the train car is the standout moment maybe the entire marathon for me and it was tough because i certainly considered sittard choosing a moment deliberately. Were dietrich isn't the focus. She already got her category. We just shared that winner. Let's make it more about him than it is about her or as nathaniel eluded. Do we pick a dissolve or a tracking shot or some river a moment. We got so many of them to consider from this marathon versus. What is a stationary close up now that it's not a bravura moment with the way he uses light and shadow it definitely is but she would go with something a little more active or org ostentatious but at the end of the day. I think marathon has proven to us. That von stauffenberg was all about dietrich. His best work doc is when he is showcasing her and as we touched on during our discussion of the film last week those trembling hands really stood out to me and made an impression and all of those contradiction she is at her most vulnerable in that moment and yet her most alluring. I would say yeah at what i wrote about shanghai express i. I called it a career and a close up. I i mean it. Just it does capture everything. It's absolutely wonderful and one of the reasons. I did have that as her best performance i tried. I tried to split the difference for this category. Sorry <hes> face that choice as well. Do i choose something that focuses on her. Do i go with something that she's not even on the screen..
"dietrich" Discussed on Filmspotting
"My notes dietrich doesn't show up until the forty forty two minute mark and then i realized after that that that was kind of wishful thinking that it's still a sending her down a path. That isn't really the dietrich. We've seen in the other films so so far in this marathon and then i added the note later. Actually she may not show up until the hour eleven mark. I think that's really where we finally see her. It's a line in particular when she says is to the religious figure. I remember what his exact title is but i think she says to him. I think i have weapons that are far more powerful than any political machine and that's where you really feel the great marlene dietrich come out but it's in a scene that appeared on its surface to be very un dietrich like where i did. I would say get on the right wave link with this movie. It's in the stable where all she differ on but hear me out go royal because i'm ultimately justifying it in retrospect. It's not so much the enjoyment of it in the moment okay. I is a case where dietrich's so fi is trying to sort of be seductive with john lodge the way she puts the hey and her mouth and she falls backwards so clumsily in the hey <unk> tumbles on top of her. It's so awkward and absurd nothing remotely sensual about it and honestly not even that funny either but that's where i realized and you use the p. Were josh. You said that maybe it veers into self parody. I'm giving von sternberg and dietrich. Both the benefit of the doubt that this is absolutely parody. That's part of the experiment of this film that they are parroting to an extent the dietrich persona but also this isn't a historical drama like this movies being billed as at all all this is a parody of historical dramas and the self seriousness of them and that's when it clicked for me that so much of what seemed just kind find a silly in was easily dismissable and was excessive before it actually became quite funny to me. I think about all the scenes throughout the film of those preposterously posthumously large doors right you think about the sets on these auricle dramas are always ornate and he says okay. I'm gonna show you ornate ornate. I'm gonna make these doors fifty two hundred pounds each and the people can barely even push them open those really kind of grotesque and overwhelming production design elements like those creatures that they sit in and all those monstrous statue there on them they really are the shot early in the film of salmon ever just laughing about this today it's early in the film when john lodge count alexis shows up and she's now the young girl and she clearly doesn't know a whole lot about about men and he so stunning and rural that when she said off to bed she closes the door but can't stop looking at him and she closes. It's so slowly that it really does become hilarious and i think it's intentionally hilarious that also there's this little trick there that von sternberg somehow pulls off which is as she's is closing the door ever so slowly in theory. We're seeing less of her but the way it's lit. She's actually getting brighter in the frame so we're seeing less of her and more of her at exactly exactly the same time how 'bout later align like when that religious figure is collecting things for the poor and he says to the emperor the crazy you imbecile like emperor. What do you have to give and he slaps him and he says that was for me. Would you have for the poor. You know there are lines like that are clearly meant to be comedic and that's when you can only finally start to at all justify. Sam jaffe is performance or really so many the the performances in the film pause there because go spend suppertime on sam jaffe performance <hes> yes this is this is absolutely parody of genre and <hes> but there are the two distinctions..
"dietrich" Discussed on Filmspotting
"To underserved at star and director thanks in part to the underwhelming co-star into a narrative that maybe didn't earn its grand grand final gesture both to the diminishment of dietrich's otherwise strong willed character and in spite of all its visual splendor. I think it's possible to feel that shanghai express rests commits similar sins with sometimes clumsy dialogue about the relationship of love and faith and a slightly awkward late film tonal shift from romantic melodrama almost playful tale of pursuit to say nothing of its oriental ism and use of yellow face all of these elements. Could i suppose takeaway from yet another other widely bewitching performance from dietrich as well as from what is perhaps on sternberg at his best all frames within frames and tracking shots down corridors shadows that was in light and protracted dissolves however i also found myself swayed by film scholar homemade king in her fantastic interview include you didn't criterion set who urges us not to deny this film's problem areas but also not to hold the film to the standards of realism urging us instead to look at it as has fiction quote which it is pure baroque mannerist candy confection artifice and then from there think about what the film is doing so so for instance. Amy may wong's character. Yes exhibits certain problematic racial stereotypes but she's also a formidable figure in her own right one one of two women in the film along with dietrich's shanghai lily who's force of will will not be bent to that of men. I would say that at least in this specific regard shanghai express feels dust like the anti morocco so i'm interested in hearing the experience you both had with the film did you also also finds certain areas of weakness today at all impede your enjoyment of shanghai express or did you find yourself acknowledging those problems spots but then appreciating dietrich dietrich von sternberg.
"dietrich" Discussed on Filmspotting
"In literally framed and morocco's windswept final shots where dietrich's stairs into the unknown desert wilderness ahead of her and the unknown emotional wilderness within her in those moments heels removed animals reigned in dietrich von sternberg had me pretty well convinced so josh adam were either of you won over by the capital are romantic hollywood vision of morocco or were you merely over by dietrich's radical gender bending performance <music> because that's a given right well. Thank you nathaniel especially for that perfectly delivered. I'm usually i get that right. I'm just going to use that as much as i can. During our review review here i'm going to double down on what nathaniel suggested and say that for me i think he's right for one thing and for me i would even go so far as to say that final shot which is exquisite visually gorgeous new also personifies what really bothered me about about this movie of it was that i think we're all major sold me on what a me. Zoli saw amy jelly in what are we. Tom brown. Tom brown. I mean the name alone there you go. You know just add some friends more exotic. Tom brown me back away now. I don't want to sound like i'm writing off. This entire film because there are a lot of good things in it. I liked it overall and i do want to get to those but i do think this is a near fatal flaw and for a couple of reasons. I just don't want to see this character who has been define wind similarly to lola lola in the blue angel as a woman who is sure of herself determined values her independence in a lot of ways at the peak of doing that. I didn't that sequence. The tuck sequence ah the peak of doing that is diminished in my mind for the rest of the film and it's not necessarily because of the choices she makes but it's more because i don't see the motivation to pursue tom tom in the same way that i see for him to somewhat pursue. Are they engage in this game of emotional cat and mouse. This is the clearest way can put it so they're both being cagey right..
"dietrich" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"And she just kept saying, magic over and over again. So then I just started referring to him as a Madge off clearly. Yeah. Everybody remembers thing with Derek Dietrich where I just started calling him the D And no one remembers that hours good. I mean riddles his nickname's gotta be Ridler. Now you've got to imagine. But they're experimenting with him in centerfield. And Lewis Brinson has been moved to right field in the minors sort of addressing which you've always said, which is just a terrible because they got rid of every good outfielder. So they now need outfielder you shocked at how much I know about the Marlins minor league system has I'm surprising myself. I'm remembering this correctly, and I could be wrong. I remember on opening day. They had people's nicknames next to them. So you get to know the player whatever and I think JT riddles nickname was t- because I guess, JT was too long. I could be wrong but I know there was someone that had just simply one letter. As their nickname. And it was like a very simple name that didn't need to be short. I liked how JT riddle and then we had JT real Mito, and they both one of them puts the dot in between Jay and the team. And one of them does. I don't remember which one which but they like we're both like no. You put the dots and the other one was like, no never dot so someone should have been named Jay, Don or something like, right? We welcome in Dan Le Batard are resonant Derek Dietrich expert who yesterday for some reason, said that separated himself from his comment Dietrich was a minor league hitter. Yeah. You put several years there that weren't there that you said this last season that they're Dietrich was a minor league ball black. He's berry bonds. It was it was two years ago Barry Bonds, and he hit three home runs yesterday. How many heads does he have this, easiest thirty hits seventeen of which are home runs? Imported update JT real mutual dots. Thank you very much, Derek Dietrich is now third tied for third. In the National League with home runs. It means two of the top three homerun hitters in the National League or Christian yelich Derek Dietrich. I don't think it's fair to hold Dietrich against the Marlins. I don't and not just because I was wrong about him like they waived him. They simply wave claimed him. They weren't trying. Everyone was wrong Marlins were just one of all the other type I feel like the rest of baseball agreed with me when he was waived and all of them said, you know what he's not a major leaguer, did they not agree with at least upset with it. But it was mainly because I just liked Eric Dietrich, and I thought like you know what I mean this team is going to be bad. What does it kill you to have their on your team? But I did not expect us. I don't think anyone did. It'd be great if this year in the homerun derby. It was American League versus former Marlins, and it was just like. Derek Dietrich Christian yelich owes Oona. We could find someone else saying that what a bus of a trade that's been putting he's been injured older problem Marlins killing that trade stand barely plan at all. So he doesn't even make the former Marlins Rosser. You can maybe try to crack the American League man. This is funny. What's happening with their D Derek DJ three homers in a game? And now Furthermore, I'm about this. When he's having that bloop wasn't blue, but it was a double where he was shirtless. A game winning double, and he took off his shirt. It's no lie. It's the background on my computer. Like I'll show you right now. Background. I'm like that. This is the background like you can see it. Yeah. I wanted to put this on a t shirt, but I figured I might run into some sort of legal issues with, like the photographer. He's so hand, he's so hand forced yelich is in that photo. Happy. So happy. Look, how many people are at that, gene. Man more ads than people more more alcohol. This is a big crowd..
"dietrich" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Baseball writers, and I see deadspin posting blog photos of him with his arms outstretched, really, truly one of the great sports photos of our time. The reds are bad, right? They're not great Dietrich yesterday had another three runs. And at one point I don't know if you've got a fourth hit yesterday. But at one point, he had thirty hits on the season seventeen of which were home runs. And I think twelve of them have come against the pirates. So he owns the pirates a couple of nights ago. He almost hit went out of the stadium now. On a balance. But he almost hit went out of the stadium on. Is that state? What does that park called short porch? And now that's great American ballpark. Is it still that who they changed the name? Yeah. Which is not like an easy. I feel like Adam Dunn was the one that lasts would come into that range. And how far he was hitting it. And he had an incredible homerun pimp trot, where it was like super slow he didn't do a baffler but he stayed in east stared. This was like two nights ago at any took his sweet time getting around him. Oh my God. He looks so great. Yeah. His body was looks good. He's keeping in shape. It's incredible. He's talking about how much fun he's having which is kind of disappointing because I feel like everybody always talks about how much fun they have. And maybe it's just me being crazy. But is there a great atmosphere and Cincinnati? Or is he just having fun because he's playing there's just atmosphere while he's also from Ohio he was born in Cleveland. So he's from that area, not that, you know, Cincinnati including the Saint place. He has had one hundred and eighteen at bats. Yeah. To get to seventeen home runs. The seventh fewest at bats by guy with seventeen home runs since one thousand nine hundred sixty one he's in other guys that are ahead of him early guys like bonds pools McGuire. So you had so few at bats, because he signed a minor league deal in wasn't. He wasn't a starter. I think at the beginning of the season he was. I don't know if he was an everyday starter for them, but I think he's played himself. He'll be starting. He was on with that p last night, which was just so great because it was like towards the start of the show, and it's like, wow, they're like five, six minutes in they're interviewing Derek Dietrich. Guns out. Oh, I mean, he looks so great. I was asking about his chain. He said he didn't wanna talk about how much is chain cost because his mom, get mad at him. They put up a graphic, which was it just says, record-setting pace at bats to seventeen home runs. And that it look look at this graphic, Mike, you can't see it on the radio, obviously, but it's berry bonds two thousand one season when he hit seventy three and then Derek jeeter next to it. And he's done this in eighteen fewer bats. And then it just says total with a question Mark is if their teacher has any shot at seventy three shots. So whoever made that graphic like they deserve a raise. So incredible I I'm on the National League home run leaders page right now. Or at least I'm trying to get their no people. He has, like, great personality to apparently that we missed down here like nobody was really in on, like he's gone out there was a game that they played where there's a B situation and he went out and he pretended like he was fighting the beat actually, he got like one of those like, spring things and he was like trying to fumigate fumigate, but he was trying to kill the bees. He one hundred another time dressed like a janitor, because the lights went out and he was trying to fix the lights like he fun guy. Apparently I'm looking at the National League home run leaders number one is Christian yelich with twenty one number two is Cody Bellinger with twenty number three is Derek Dietrich with seventeen hundred with some other players look down a little bit because last night was soon as tied for six right now in the National League..
"dietrich" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"We've got some Marlins news for you. I know. I don't think we have checked in with the Marlins since the very first pitch of the season. I don't think we've discussed anything Marlins related. I saw that there Darren, Dietrich the other day was hanging out with what they're fine love. God, Derek de treasures are good setup because later today, worst mistake is a sui nomination will unveil. How loaded is that category with my mistake? My favorite part is on his least guys quickly finding you ever mistake. But what happened? Why was why was Derek Dietrich so happy to meet one of those cash members from the worst show in the history of television Pauly d. yes, why was I don't know why he was? How would I know that? I don't know because you're a giant Marlins fan and you love you follow all these things. And the only way I learned it is because you're retweeting, the idea that dare Derek Dietrich is meeting you know this? Yeah. Did you like the nickname? I gave it to them together paulie, Dietrich. That's a good nickname for the two of them because Polly d there, Dietrich paulie, Dietrich, you get it. We haven't got two dollars. Get out of here. Go sit with stugatz, go sit on his lap. Would you like to relive that first pitch the Marlins sees as let's do that, please Iranian standing at the back of the mouth he reaches down, he's rubbing some third and bras and on his hand. And here we go. Up now he's writing something on the mound with his fingers next to the logo. I can't see what he's riding, right, so so here we go and the wind up and the bitch, oh, ho..
"dietrich" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"One or two strikes to dietrich who is one for six and he founds went back to the screen anderson is on deck three two three the score in the fifteenth inning by the way looking at the television replay as often happens when a guy makes at headfirst dive into a base the firsthand doesn't end up being the one that touches the by there's a line drive in the center that's in for a base ed the dietrich for the second straight time gets a single against thai block and he is now to seven in this game you're comes brian anderson three two three in the last half of the fifteenth any anderson has gone hitless for this entire game he's older six now the pitch and block is low the change of all one thai block wonder how long he's going to be able to stay strong he's not throwing sixty eight pitches five and a third innings which is that's pretty good total in in terms of an economy pitches for that many innings now he throws a called strike with a slider and the cat is one one but he adopt been starting recently blocked making his fifth relief appearance he did make twelve starts earlier this year the one one pitch and that is she asked off the inside very close a fastball missing at ninety miles an hour to and one the count twelve hits for the marlins now the giants have only nine hits the pitch swing and a pop foul off the right deal line that will go back into the crowd out of play to the count now is that still is still here does he got up and left his seat brought behind.
"dietrich" Discussed on Small Doses
"Selves be lead just because someone is a quote unquote man or someone has a quote unquote dietrich now them days are done society set things up to where we had to do that because that was the only means that's not the case no more and you shouldn't subject yourself to that just because someone is a quote unquote man letting someone be a man is basically just saying hey i acknowledge that you have skin in the game and that you have actually shown in proven that i can trust you and so i'm going to trust you that's that and you know what he should let you be a quote unquote woman by doing the same thing back to you you gotta build trust earn trust to have trust and that's what really matters i come from a single parent household all of us independent women come from single parent households because we looked at our independent mothers it was like you know what i'm gonna do what you do everywhere like that why didn't you inform me they could get down like that i recently learned that men have to feel needed by their woman as of right now i'm single by choice but going forward with dating in the future i would like to know how can i find balance in their relationship with being independent and also letting my future man know that he is needed i think that we're lying to ourselves but i do think that the message gets sent that like oh you know independent women.
"dietrich" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Traded his straight eight which was completely overhauled for my friends v twelve but and dietrich by looking at a nineteen thirty four packard twelve and i'm just looking at the engine and its massive as you can as you it had a convertible exactly i now i'm looking at the dietrich body actually really how much is that value now doesn't have a price i believe while they're only nine of the maiden thirty two dietrich bodies to left that i know this is a sort of beige color with ragtop yes exactly but you say thirty four this was the thirty now i'm looking at a thirty two packard nine zero four dietrich sport fatan to say where it is now i would suggest you that's a picture of of dicta his car 'cause they're only two of them left one of them they made nine and one of them got made into a record and and they all dropped out of sight you know they went to scrap i do have a price now if you want to know the price what is it do you wanna guess million pretty close one million two hundred and fifty thousand i was gonna say north of a million stock number six zero three one it says for media assistance call three one four.
"dietrich" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast
"And this m dietrich said that we always say do your own able but the being yourself out there we're all doing the research for many well yes and no i mean we can all post a chart but the thing with with technical analysis and all that other stuff is that it's interpreted so many different ways so even go ahead we'll some from years i've actually like i don't even wanna talk about coins that i'm looking at anymore because i don't want to lead someone into something and potentially cause i'm not always right and so i don't wanna potentially have somebody thinks oh he's gonna be right and follow me in right so i i know myself i've been holding back on posting general thoughts about the market because i just you know i don't want to potentially lead someone down the wrong path if i'm wrong so it's tricky yeah going back to the statement thing really quick you know if you're if anybody finds themselves in any kind of situation like this where they feel they need to make a statement the best thing to probably do is not say shit don't make statement don't put anything out there and i think you're seeing some of these statements retracted because some of the people involved are realizing this decided actually actor statement never involved if you're ever been involved with the lawyer for any kind of legal issue i mean one of the main things they tell you with anything is just shut up don't say anything because will be used against you you know i mean i'm sure we've all seen things like you know murder mysteries or somebody gets wrongly accused of something or whatever and they ended up like kind of implicating themselves in advertently and that's stuff happens i'm not saying you know that these people were not involved but don't make any statement.
"dietrich" Discussed on WJR 760
"That you wanted to implemented dietrich that he may have learned in your other businesses i would say tracking of uh of the customers customers merchandise 'cause we do a lot of service work as well um and but also uh i'm trying to think what they have a 3 i mean every everything was done by hand when we came in and we've tried to computerise the storage these i mean a lot of people don't know we store twelve to fourteen thousand pieces a year that we're all tracked by hand they could be in any part of the building they could be anywhere in we've really tried to get the tracking down so things can be found faster and and again increasing the customer service i do you remember when we when we talked before we met today that you had mentioned that dietrich for does have the premier vault um in the state of all the other furriers in that you have invested heavily in making sure that that you have the finest vault on in the industry just uh i just have a quick question that i that i want to ask how the dad on you've been the current generation like you are now the leadership generation and you've also been the next generation if you had one piece of advice that you could give to family businesses what would that be there would be to listen to everybody else in the family and then evaluated including what they say not just what you thought is this a business that you are hoping goes to the sixth generation i am always hoping that for sure how about the jason sean i will see what our kids wanna do as they get older i think we're going to take uh the the same tack that are our dad took with the us you know we we on to have their options open but let them know that it's always available to them and hopefully ah their interest will uh we'll go that direction either one of you have a daughter i have to you have to well there you got maybe it's time to have a ms detract very going and you're not can replace the jingle though no no i konica's y'all man another zhanggong element.