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"dimaggio" Discussed on KQED Radio
"DiMaggio looked at me looked at my mother gave Emily a huge grand put out his hand and said, Hi, Emily. I'm Joe. Animal. He shook his hand and she said Hello, Joe. I'm Emily on I said, Mom, let's go way headed down the hall. I got my mother to the point. She got on the plane. Fine. I got back. It was probably 2025 minutes. By the time I got back, and by that time, a million Joe, we're all the way up with the front, chatting with each other by the counter. Joe DiMaggio had wrangled him least ticket for her. She was holding her ticket. He was clearly waiting to get to this point until I got back. So I looked at him and I said, Thank you very much. And he said my pleasure. He headed off down the hall. He turned right. He gave me this huge salute way tremendous, Graham. Went off to his own plane way, and I went to Washington, D. C. The interview went fine. I got the grant. And that was the beginning of the grand But now 33 years later has become the story of inherited breast cancer and the beginning of the project that became the RCT one. Dr. Mary Claire King is the American Cancer Society professor in the Department of Medicine and the Department of Genome Sciences. The University of Washington in Seattle. She was the first to show that breast cancer is inherited in some families and as the result of mutations in the gene that she named B R C. A one genetic testing based on her work has saved the lives of thousands of women in 2016. She was awarded the National Medal of Science by President Obama. You can.
World's first face and hands transplant gives New Jersey man a second chance at life
"Man who received a face and double hand transplant procedures so rare it had only been attempted two times before this. This is really quite unprecedented. Trish Henry, program manager for the reconstructive transplant research programs, this has only ever been 18 face transplants and 35 hand transplants in the U. S. Also worldwide, only two other combined face and hand transplants have ever been attempted. On those were unsuccessful before his surgery six months ago. Scars from third degree burns covered much of Joe DiMaggio's eyes. He couldn't smile. His 10 fingers were mostly gone. We are thrilled to be playing a small part in giving Mr de Mayo a better chance at life after his horrific accidents. Christi King W. T o P News the
Recipient of extremely rare face and hands transplant doing well
"A New Jersey man is recovering. And this is a phenomenal story. This man received a rare face and hands transplant. Joe DiMaggio underwent the procedure. Two years after he was badly burned in a car crash. Doctors say the procedure appears to be a success. DeMeo is now learning again, how to smile, Blink pinch and squeeze with his new face and his new
"dimaggio" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"I consider myself. Lucky enough to. Get to come back and play and you know get into it. That's all they're all descriptors, all there and what they wanted to do all there. So you just get it usually do it and get it done. Yeah. As far as the whole Kobe experience, are you like recording some home for projects or? Have, been, during this time I've been recording home I've also I've been sporting at studios that are flower, very strict covid nineteen guidelines you know or an city of Los Angeles County Los Angeles Shag crews You know studio through you know lot approved. There's a there's a lot of a lot of stuff whereas you know I've had to hesitate chests you know to take swabs and stuff for for going into certain killer studios and that's totally fine but yeah, I mean I've been working. Working here, working and working in studios so Yeah and it's. It's all right. I mean the the equipment I have in my house I don't have you know a studio but I, have you know a a a good enough own and a good enough of. System of buffers and place to get the right kind of sound that's headed the bowl and and good enough urge to be recorded and used for on air purchases and also saw good. It's. It's it's been. All right. I've been very fortunate. So. Talk about your Batman in this particular. This particular reuss. the the. The actors plays. Batman Bruce Spring with how He's he's so good Firstly, what was I watching the other day that I vs Coma God spruce washing your? I'm not here the movie, the Dylan Movie. Yeah. There's actors play Dylan he's he's totally in plays A. BBC interviewer absolutely brilliant and it's just it just and then he also plays another Turkey like. Civil. War Type Guy and it's just. As. Really something. You get to play with these wonderful actors. You know you get to do these east. These great. Projects and and you know it's just it's just wonderful but at. The actors you know. Did. Did you know under the? Red? Good. Came back and really good stuff and it's been. It's been really cool. And really. And to take it to do as an R. rated and the feed and there is, you can do so much more in you. You know it's True. To tell the story correctly that's it. You know I I he killing joke grow cap mode and ever since that they've been able to do a couple of these now. It looks like a whole new market or Not Yeah no I I absolutely is exciting and you know it's it's it's great. You know listen if you can. I mean, if you can do this, do stories that way if you can create those stories and thorough In pull them off like they did with this particular project. Any disguise limit. Is there a voice that you just absolutely loved doing that you love coming back to? Well I would love to do tendering is. I love. To be able to get the chance to vendor again, will would be. Really. Really Awesome. But you know that's that's us. Until then I'll take this Janet you know what I mean but what what but. Listen anytime you get to come out each to played. Dr. Dragon again, that would be a trip like. All that stuff the Scotsman you know and this here and there, and everywhere, a lot of things have come back to life. So I've been really fortunate for as as concerned. You know much more fortunate than others. I think just you know it's really cool and and you know. This is this is something I. Think the fans will just completely love. It will eat. They will eat this up. Oh, that sounds great. Now it's I'm really happy for you man and. Commander again and I you know what I saw and I go oh, that's a joker. All right. Looking forward to finally, getting back to a con, we can sit around those tables again, I'm telling you. It's been a weird. Yeah. Believe me. I know. All right. Here's an ice look for Batman death in the family. I mean, this is the way to do it these days you get the Combo Pack I've been saying that for years and then you can download the digital version, put it on your laptop or your phone if you have the memory of course and you can watch it on the go, which is great as well as watching it at home on your big screen. That's what I'm going. For the cave. This is Tony Tomato. Thanks Gary till next time this is bad man and you're listening to. Sifi talk..
"dimaggio" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Welcome to the cave. You know I misspoke I made a mistake I give you John Dimaggio Voice Joker and the new Batman death in the family based on the graphic novel. I didn't realize that he had voiced him in Batman under the red. Hood is well. I misspoke. The voice cast was reunited. The voice cast from that Phil was reunited in death in the family. Here's John Damage. Hi John We've been in a few more than a few roundtables and. And I remember you saying you know we always talk about who would you like to voice in the DC universe you haven't and you always brought up to joke. And now you have to do. That's Cross one off your list. How does it feel? Absolutely cross off of this and then and then to get revisited. You know ten years later or so you know doing this as just been really it's been really special. Yeah, it's really something. Yeah I. Love Your take on him to it's it's. It's you contestant, but it's also original too I like that. I, appreciate that thank you. You know what's really cool is that You know. Mark Hamill who I look to as you know is the Oh. Gee. Batman. Guy Was who's been playing in the most I mean really. He he he really got a kick out of my performance. in under the Redwood as the joker and to get that kind of compliment from from him. Made me feel like, okay. I'm not I'm not in the in in I. Did a good job. I know I did it I. Know I. Well, he's if he's talking about it and saying you know. Really Great. I'm just like wow that blows my mind. You know and as I understand it, this is kind of a unique movie because the audience can decide what happens next that's. Yeah. No, it's really great. I. Actually. We've been talking about it and I think it's going to be. Considering Times that we're living in and and During. During this pandemic. The you know so much animation has been green lit, and it's one of the sections of. Of entertainment that really hasn't fight down thinking even more. So Gotten Busier I think that you know it's Projects like this. Going to be more and more in. The Kerr more I it's just really is just really something And a an and it's exciting. It's an exciting tell story when when the viewer gets the decide. It's it's really you know and and and it goes back. Also the you know the time in the eighties and they have the you know one, nine, hundred number this he you know how that out outsell. They'll deal with Jason's hot and. You know. What I mean because it's the same concept, but it's you know modern technology and I just think it's fascinating I think it's wonderful for the fans I think they'll really really get a kick out of it. Yeah it's absolutely fantastic and to incorporate the red hood in this version. But the big difference is it's an R. rating so you can do a lot more if you can do a whole hell of a lot more really kind of. I don't know the this. This is a dark story. It's dark. It's dark material and to you know to try and candy coated just simply because it's an animated filled. I don't I don't think that's a good idea. I think that you really have to. You really have to honor this this this story and you know what's going on in it and you know in. The girl we're all grownups here. We all just it's A. Seven year old kids watching this rating is and young thing is you know? This stuff they they used to say that you know our rating. That we'll be able to do you know anything like that? You know people won't watch it? No, it's this is this is this grownups it's going right directly to exactly where supposed to be going and our rating is appropriate. There's violence there's language there's you know there's adult themes. There's all sorts of things in and that's fine. You know our goal with that I don't the ratings re whatever as long as the story in is is. Is. Able be told and. But however tell you know. Yeah. Well. You know I just think doing it. This way was a great idea. If, if I have to give you the con, what voice is kind of like your voice into DC Pantheon Killer Croc, you just are amazing is. Really. Thank you. Yeah. Funny. Killing rock you know that's really funny I. I've been able to I'm doing it so much stuff not man come on now. Was Pretty Pretty. Awesome. But I mean you're talking villain. Sure. Sure Really I. Didn't take shark to King. Shark. was on you know. Shows, you know weird's kind of things. But But yeah, I was talking about it talking about disease I think. Jerry. told me one trend like. Over fifty overseas wishes in the DC universe, which is pretty crazy. and I didn't even know that so. He's only that it was like. A really. Or. Over. Here. but yeah, it's it's really something but you know I. I had a blast doing doing these characters DC. It's you know listen joker Aquaman, I'll take it. Yeah. Honorable Mentions wanting to. Oh. Yeah. That's right. Things Pretty. Yeah. Yeah. More DC entertainment on decays stay tuned. Back with more DC animation and live action conversations on the case. So. To come back after, to Mr j again after all this time, how did that feel? Was it easy? Was it easy to get back into or do you have to kind of? Know, it was easy listening. Once you've already set the template you know getting back through it is is that's that's easy. Just the getting into it as easy getting back to it as far as being able to do the role again, that's the hard work you know. But but you know, but it was It's really something when something comes back to you. After a long period, I've been very fortunate in my career I've done projects that have. Risen from the dead like a Phoenix and come back and you know this is this she jarama. All all sorts of different stops has come back. I mean I've been in a bunch of different then tens you know all all. About so I just been very fortunate..
"dimaggio" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast
"I consider myself. Lucky enough to. Get to come back and play and you know get into it. That's all they're all descriptors, all there and what they wanted to do all there. So you just get it usually do it and get it done. Yeah. As far as the whole Kobe experience are you like recording some home for projects or I've? Been during this time I've been recording home I've also I've been sporting at studios that are flower, very strict covid nineteen guidelines. You know or an city of Los Angeles County. Los Angeles Shag, crews, you know studio through You know lot approved. There's a there's a lot of a lot of stuff whereas you know I've had to hesitate chests you know to take swabs and stuff for for going into certain. studios and that's totally fine But Yeah I mean I've been working. Working here, working and working in studios so Yeah and it's. It's all right. I mean the the equipment I have in my house I don't have you know a studio but I have you know a a a good enough own and the enough of. System of buffers and place to get the right kind of sound that's headed the bowl and and good enough urge to be recorded and used for on air purchases and also saw good. It's it's it's been all right. I've been very fortunate. So. Talk about your Batman in this particular. This particular reuss. the the the actors plays. Batman Bruce Greenwood oh how. He's he's so good Firstly, what was I watching the other day that I vs Coma God spruce Washing Your I'm not here the movie the Dylan movie yeah. Actors play Dylan he's he's totally in plays A. BBC interviewer absolutely brilliant and it's just it just and then he also plays another Turkey like some civil war type guy and it's just. As. Really. Something you get to play with these wonderful actors you know you to do these east. These. Great. Projects and and you know it's just it's just wonderful but. The actors you know. Did did you know under the red goods came back and really good stuff and it's been? It's been really cool. And really. And to take it to do as an R. rated and the feed there is you can do so much more in you. You know it's True. To tell the story correctly that's it. You know I he hamming jobs, grow cap mode, and ever since that they've been able to do a couple of these now. It looks like a whole new market. It's Not. Yeah. No I I, absolutely is exciting and you know. It's it's great. You know listen if you can. I mean, if you can do this, do stories that way if you can create those stories and V. Thorough? In, pull them off like they did with this particular project. Any disguise limit. Is there a voice that you just absolutely loved doing that you love coming back to? Well. I would love to do tendering is. I love to be able to get the chance to vendor again, will would be. Really. Really Awesome. But you know that's that's us. Until then I'll take this Janet you know what I mean but what what, but. Listen anytime you get to come out and to played. Dr Dragon. Again, that would be a trip like. All that stuff the Scotsman you know and this here and there, and everywhere, a lot of things have come back to life. So I've been really fortunate for as as concerned. You know much more fortunate than others I think just you know it's really cool and and you know. This is this is something I. Think the fans will just completely love. It will eat. They will eat this up. Oh, that sounds great. Now, it's I'm really happy for you man and. Commander again and I you know what I saw and I go oh, that's a joker. All right. Looking forward to finally, getting back to a con, we can sit around those tables again, I'm telling you. It's been a weird. Yeah. Believe me. I know. All right here's an ice look for Batman death in the family I. Mean, this is the way to do it these days you get the Combo Pack I've been saying that for years and then you can download the digital version, put it on your laptop or your phone if you have the memory of course and you can watch it on the go, which is great as well as watching it at home on your big screen that's what I'm going. For the cave this is Tony Tomato thanks. Gary. Till next time, this is man and you're listening to Sifi Talk..
"dimaggio" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast
"Welcome to the cave you know I misspoke I, made a mistake I give you John Dimaggio Voice. Joker and the new Batman death in the family based on the graphic novel I didn't realize that he had voiced him in Batman under the Red Hood is well. I misspoke. The voice cast was reunited. The voice cast from that Phil was reunited in death in the family. Here's John Damage. Hi John We've been in a few more than a few roundtables and. And I remember you saying you know we always talk about who would you like to voice in the DC universe you haven't, and you always brought up to joke. And now you have to do. That's Cross one off your list. How does it feel? Absolutely. Cross off of this and then and then to get revisited. You know ten years later or so you know doing this as just been really it's been really special. Yeah it's really something. Yeah I love your take on him to. It's it's. It's you contestant, but it's also original too I like that. I appreciate that. Thank you. You know what's really cool is that? You, know. Mark Hamill, who I look to, as you know is the Oh Gee Batman and the guy was who's been playing in the most I mean, really. He. He he really got a kick out of my performance. in under the Redwood as the joker and to get that kind of compliment from from him. Made me feel like, okay I'm not. I'm not in the in in I did a good job I. Know I. did it I know I well, he's if he's talking about it and saying you know. Really. Great, I'm just like wow that blows my mind. You know and as I understand it, this is kind of a unique movie because the audience can decide what happens next. That's. Yeah. No, it's really great I. Actually, we've been talking about it and I think it's going to be. Considering Times that we're living in and and. During. During this pandemic, you know the you know so much animation has been green lit, and it's one of the sections of. Of entertainment that really hasn't fight down thinking even more. So Gotten Busier I think that you know it's Projects like this. Going to be more and more in. The Kerr more I. It's just really is just really something And a an and it's exciting. It's an exciting tell story when when the viewer gets the decide. It's it's really you know and and and it goes back. Also the you know the time in the eighties and they have the you know one, nine, hundred number this he you know how that goes out sells. They'll deal with Jason's hot and you know. What I mean because it's the same concept but it's you know modern technology and I just think it's fascinating I think it's wonderful for the fans I think they'll really really get a kick out of it. Yeah. It's absolutely fantastic and to incorporate the red hood in this version. But the big difference is it's an R. rating so you can do a lot more if you can do a whole hell of a lot more and it's really kind of. I don't know the this. This is a dark story. It's dark. It's dark material and to you know to try and candy coated just simply because it's an animated filled. I don't I don't think that's a good idea. I think that you really have to. You really have to honor this this this story and you know what's going on in it and you know in. The. Girl, we're all grownups here. We all just it's A. Seven year old kids watching this rating is and young thing is you know? This stuff they they used to say that you know our rating. That, we'll be able to do you know anything like that you know people won't watch it no, it's this is this is this grownups it's going right directly to exactly where supposed to be going and our rating is appropriate. There's violence there's language there's you know there's adult themes. There's all sorts of things in and that's fine. You know our goal with that I don't the ratings re whatever as long as the story in is is. Is. Able be told and. The however. You know yeah. Well. You know I, I just think doing it. This way was a great idea. If if I have to give you the con, what voice is kind of like your voice into DC Pantheon Killer Croc you just are amazing is. Really. Thank you. Yeah. Funded killing rock you know that's really funny I. I've been able to I've been doing it so much stuff not man come on now. Was Pretty Pretty Awesome. But I mean, you're talking villain. Sure. Sure really I didn't take shark to King Shark was on you know. Shows. You know weird's kind of things. But but yeah, I was talking about it talking about disease. I think. Jerry told me one trend like over fifty overseas wishes in the DC universe, which is pretty crazy. and I didn't even know that so. He's only that it was like. A really. Or over here. but yeah, it's it's really something but you know I. I had a blast doing doing these characters DC? It's you know listen joker Aquaman I'll take it. Yeah. Honorable Mentions wanting to. Oh? Yeah. That's right. Things Pretty. Yeah. Yeah. More DC entertainment on decays stay tuned. Back with more DC animation and live action conversations on the case. So. To come back. After to. Mr J again after all this time. How did that? Feel it was it. Was it easy to get back into or do you have to kind of? Know it was easy listening. Once you've already said the template you know getting back through it is is that's that's easy. Just the getting into it as easy getting back to it as far as being able to do the role again, that's the hard work you know. But but you know, but it was It's really something when something comes back to you. After a long period, I've been very fortunate in my career. I've done projects that have. Risen from the dead like a Phoenix and come back and you know this is this. she jarama. All all sorts of different stops has come back. I mean I've been in a bunch of different then tens you know all all. About so I just been very fortunate.
"dimaggio" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Back in 1941 where Joe DiMaggio goes three for four, hitting in his 56 straight game. That amazing record would end the next day when he went hitless against the Cleveland Indians. Interesting tidbit, DiMaggio confided to a teammate after that game by failing to get a hit, he had lost $10,000 promised to him by Heinz ketchup for matching the number 57. Featured on their labels today in 1971. It's reported that the San Francisco Warriors will play half of their home games on the 1972 scheduled in Oakland, with the other half being played in San Diego, with the team moving out of San Francisco. It was also reported that the team would be changing its name to the Golden State Warriors. So is to identify with both the cities of Oakland and San Diego. As it turned out, the Warriors only played six games in San Diego that year. Then switch to playing in Oakland full time, but they get the golden State name anyway, making them the on ly team in the MBA to not include their city or state in the name and today in 2003 after 18 years with the Utah Jazz Karl Malone signs with the L. A Lakers for one last shot at a championship team also, added Gary Payton. It had a crazy, talented roster with Kobe and Shaq. They would go to the finals in 2004 but they were upset by the Detroit Pistons. Malone with then retired. Now, you know today in sports history on I Heart radio, All programs on news talk, 11 30 ws and our broadcast through the annex Wealth Management Studios Annex Wealth management know the difference program. The media.
Today in sports history: Ted Williams hits game-winning home run in 1941 All-Star Game, Boston Red Sox Vs New York Yankees
"Look back on this day in sports history July 8th Start today. Back in 1941 at the MLB All Star game. The game was notable for bringing the Yankees Joe DiMaggio and the Red Sox Ted Williams, together on the same team to Hall of Fame outfielders were each having legendary seasons, with Williams batting over 400 DiMaggio breaking the consecutive games hit record. Of course, the game ended with drama. Williams stepped to the plate with two outs and two on in the ninth and hit a towering three run home run to give the American League the wind. Williams later said that was one of his favorite moments of his
"dimaggio" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast
"They're. Talking about use of crystals. and. A lot of other elements that they're very fascinating, but men said she was a priest. A in in Atlanta's in the cheap is used her gifts She had beautiful singing voice, but she used it for self aggrandizement, rather than serving people, and so now here's a good case. Someone Atlantis when. Albums years ago in here she is in this lifetime working on the exact same initials points again. She's got a beautiful singing voice, but she cannot use it for any purpose on than our in service to other so so that just shows how. These issues needs to be balanced in could take thousands of years to get to them, but eventually we do. How long ago was? Do you have any idea. I don't remember How thousands of years ago was I'd have to look that up to be honest with you. I'm not an expert on Atlantis. And so if somebody wanted to be a client of yours. What they find you. Well I have a website. It's Joanna Maggio DOT COM J. O., A. N., N., E. D. I.. M., A., G. G. Hi. DOT, com. You can read about my regression services which I do on skype resume. I stopped doing in person. Regressions wants to some Rona virus hit eventually on finding that doing on zoom is actually better than in person so because people are more relaxed at home, and I also have information there on all of my books and my upcoming appearances. Again these are all going to be virtual instead of in person, so we're going through a big change. Certainly in the way we do things so it also you can sign up for my newsletter, which comes out monthly, and there's always article in the about regression, a research as well as sole rining which I incorporated my work. It's a written form of meditation. So I. Welcome people to to check out the website into. Contact me. They send me an email I'll be happy to answer. It's interesting. The works well over the Internet it's. It's a thing. Where almost like this energy there the? Will. You can communicate and work with it the Describe it. It's kind of like mediums. The site can do their work over the Internet as well. They don't need to be in the same room as the person because it sold about this other dimensional energy the you when you in contact with somebody. The Matt. How Far Away they are! You connect with that. Energy Straits away. Absolutely yeah I was wearing resistant to i. Thought I need to be there. In case they get into trouble I. WANNA be able to reach over and touched them. Or hand them a tissue if they started crying. But then. Here Woodbury who's a hustle therapies involved with the IRA? He such an doing hundreds of them online, and they were better than their in person and. I thought okay. I'll I'll experiment some of my friends that I did in a work in southern I got brave and felt. I could do them online and we've been doing online ever since I. Think a lot of it has to do people feeling comfortable because in their own home during their own chair. Then she'll safe. They didn't have all the anxiety driving to my office than some actually close my office doing exclusively to skype resume of US fantastic. And the book is cooled. I did it to myself again and the that's on Amazon any other places. Sending, Amazon and I think you can get from the publishing which was available oppress Amazon would be your best bet. UNTESTED, we'll thanks a lot for coming onto the polk coast. It's been fascinating. Same here, Simon, thank you for inviting. Join our chat. and. That was an interview with Joe, Dimaggio we were talking about her book did it to myself again..
"dimaggio" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast
"Select rather will be healthy or now In, many people pick a body. That was close to the body. They had in their previous life. If they if they like it, so I don't know how many saw the movie Defending your life where? They show they go to this past like the billion and they show different has lives that she pattern one person sees themselves. The sumo wrestler just starts to scream because Kim body, but others in my study said reminded them of being at the dry cleaners where the clothes are on this react. It's going around and. They see bodies. Just pick on. Another said they were looking on a screen and. Just kind of picked whatever body that That appeal to them and they knew that would work for them in the in coming lifetime. So the book. Goes through the different stages from death. Right through to buddy selection and then moving onto the next life. Is it a thing when you think we go over there, we go through that process and then straight back. We do other things. Will you? Can I mean the average first time between lifetime's anywhere from fifty years to two hundred years. Except for people who. Suicides those are shield prematurely, so if if it's a more situation are murdered though soles tend to come back immediately. Because It's like dropping out of school didn't finish classy on a comeback and do it over again. But. He talked about consoles going to other planets tour on issues. There's no set rhyme or reason. I do think you wait until you monitor things that are going on on the earth arms up which members of your soul family are actually in a physical body. In the new sort of time it so that that you enjoying them specific point time, so I think it's very individualized. 'cause you will so wrote in the book about. Getting memory triggers embedded. As a memory trigger. Memory trigger is something that would help you. It's an intangible thing, but it's something that would help you to identify your past life Deja. Vu is the biggest memory trigger so that you know that, said inexplicable feeling of having been somewhere before or having known someone before, but not knowing where or when happen so I asked people you know wouldn't memory triggers? Were you given in some said they had memory triggers for a specific country or historic location or time, period or animals or seascapes or Hollers, crystals numbers books. Music for films so that. When you see this or hear this, you would be reminded of that past live, so it's it's A. It's a way to help you. Check back into. When I was rowing up, I was fascinated by eighteenth century American history I couldn't get enough of it when I would go to the library. Take out books about. Abigail, Adams and Dolly Madison. alouine I'd always dresses up with a long dress on. Put my hair in ringlets i. you know right with a feather and him. As a very strange child I love Baroque. Music and when I got into school, especially in college I majored in history and I had a professor. Tell me that you have the most uncanny feel through the eighteenth century of anyone that I've ever met and I think it's because of those memory triggers because. Man When I would when I would re experience something, see a movie with that time period. I just feel like I was home. So. That's what drew meter. Virginia has growing up in Chicago. I had no connection at all to that. That time period in our country's history, so I wanted to be where we're. It was all happening in so a certainly. is the place to be if you of eighteenth century history. There is talk in the book about Lantis which people think it's just amazing. How Two? People Describe Lantis? This is interesting his. Meg, who talked about being a priestess in Atlantis was the first client or volunteer I've ever had who? Openly talked about Atlantis is it was amazing to me because so many people? Believe in Atlanta's I think. Remember years and years ago,.
"dimaggio" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast
"If you enjoy the PODCAST, show, subscribe and the review. There is a past lives podcast facebook group, and if you'd like to join you, be very welcome. So this week. I'm talking to Joe Dimaggio about her book. I did it to myself again. You live between lives. Case studies sure how your souls contract is guiding your life. Joanne has been actively involved with ED, cases, association, Research and enlightenment. Since nineteen eighty seven on his being the Coles nighter for a are Charlottesville since two thousand eight, she earned a master's in transposal studies at a spiritual mental certificates through Atlantic University June has given talks on the subject of past life, exploration and soul writing to audiences across the country. In addition, she has been the guests on nearly seventy radio programs and has had several articles published in venture inward. She has been professionally pursuing pass life, research and therapy for over thirty years once headed her own past life research center, but she interacted with some of the countries leading past live professionals. The author of six books. Joanne conducts private sessions up eighty elastic healing center, a service of unity of Charlottesville of which she is the director. Joanne look for a great come on to. The podcast is very kind of you to give your time. Is My pleasure. Thank you for inviting me so I. wanted to invite you once told you about your book. which is called I did it to myself again. So could you tell me what that title comes from? Well it comes from about thirty years of doing past life regression work with clients because I noticed over the years that many of them have a tendency to blame others for what's going on in their life, so they'll say this is all my parents fault. This is all my husband or wife's fault, or you know my business colleague, or whatever don't. They don't really see it as something that they themselves had planned out, so you know I answer I just thought to myself. it to yourself, and because we've had so many past lives i. just added the again. You tend to to yourself again. You're part of the coal team for ED cases. Association is that right yeah. I Yeah I became involved with Anchor Casey's Association for Research and enlightenment. which we call A. R. E.. Back in nineteen, eighty seven, that was the same year that I seriously started to do regression research. Because that was the year that Shirley Maclean's book out on a limb became a mini series, and they ran the here in January of Nineteen eighty-seven. That was like big. Wake Up. Call because I believed in reincarnation and done some investigating of it when I was a teenager, but at didn't really pursue it until I saw this may series based on her book and. So then, I was like a little sponge. I I wanted to soak up as much information as I could and define like minded people, and I had read about your Casey as a teenager, so that led me to the A. R. E. and I was living in Chicago at the time, and I got involved with forming the core team of the heartland region because they had time airy, was regionalizing all over the country and. The, the mid West area of a country was called the heartland region I was involved there and. From there I met many. Top has like therapists authors. I started my own past life. Research Organization, but I've been parted a Ari. Ever since then. I actually live in Charlottesville Virginia now and I add up. A. Team here in Charlottesville that we host program that the Unity Church. that are Casey based because I consider Edgar Casey might my teacher. My Mentor inside sorted the INC his teachings in some. I work, so he means a great deal to me. Yes, as the. Full Melissa not quite Casey's 'cause. You give us a quick boy. Oh! Sure, he was considered the leading. In most gifted psychic of the twentieth century during his lifetime, he would go into transcend. Do Readings for people? He did fourteen thousand ratings, and of those twelve thousand were what he health reading, so people would come in with health conditions that the doctors were able to diagnose properly, and they came to KC, and he would do the rating until them exactly what they needed to do. and prescribed different remedies, which were still using today, I really think he was way ahead of his time. He is considered the father of holistic medicine and then he started to do. What we call life readings those were. Getting more into the area where he was telling people about their past lives, and so he did like I said about two thousand those he passed in nineteen, forty five. and yet his readings teachings. Are still as relevant today as they were back then he's just an extraordinary human being and I. Don't believe anybody. Since then his come to his level so It was a great gift to humanity when he was with us. Do you feel the a-list Hayes information on reincarnation. Is Pretty. Much accurate in describing this is what happens to us because there are other people I think like the Michael New have different ideas. Yeah I noticed that when I did the research for this book that was actually one of the reasons I did the research on life between lives because I wanted to see if what Michael Newton said was in conjunction with what the Casey teachings were sharing, and in many cases, they weren't so I was just really curious about that and I wanted to see for myself. What the answers to some of those questions were about the afterlife, and that's why I developed this.
"dimaggio" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Nori with you let me tell you a little bit about Joe and DiMaggio has been actively involved with that Casey's association for research and enlightenment A. R. re great organization since nineteen eighty seven and has been the coordinator for the airy in Charlottesville Virginia since August of two thousand eight share under masters in transpersonal studies degree and her spiritual mentor certification through Atlantic University she's been professionally pursuing past life research and therapy for more than thirty years and is once headed her own past life research center where she interacted with some of the country's leading past life professionals will talk about that too join welcome back a four year hiatus for you email thank you towards it so good to be back with you I think I asked you this four years ago but I'll do it again any relationship to Joe DiMaggio the baseball great now but sometimes I get you know this sounds about it now say yes then you should see my aunt Marilyn that's right you should assume that he was my he was my uncle or something like that have you been over four years no longer doing good will have a little bit of a hiatus for awhile as those dealing with some health challenges but I'm asking you and happy to be doing this work again and the folks that ARE are just they are you talk about enlightenment they're great people aren't they they sure aren't them part of my life for a long time tell us a little bit about Edgar Cayce before we get into your work I did it to myself again she well Mister Casey was considered is still considered the most renowned psychic of the twentieth century in his lifetime he gave over fourteen thousand readings he would go into a trance and access people's records and give them information twelve thousand of those where health readings which earned him the title of the father of holistic medicine and then two thousand and then and later on in his life he started to do life readings and that included information about individuals past lives and so he passed in nineteen forty five but to those of us who are avid followers of his teachings it's as if he's still with us because his information is timeless I think he was really far ahead of his time especially with the health readings so he's been an important part of my life for many many years he sells readings were on candy I mean I I still take a lot of the things that he recommended for all kinds of things in the state and they still stand Pat don't thing absolutely I am a big fan of the glycol sign language was created as a mouthwash but I've been using it every day as a gargle someone is a safeguard against this virus because that creates alkaline system for you and so I've been doing that some people Mr Casey would say each step a little bit of that in water every day that's one of the ones I've been following the watermelon seed tea is good for the kidneys I've been doing that and and so many others the the obviously the castor oil packs or what most people associate with him he's he's one of his recommendations was to take a couple raw almonds a day to help prevent cancer and I do that all the time yeah I mean he didn't say cure or he said prevent but but but I do that then there's I guess there's something in almonds that help fight this thing on he has his finger on the pulse of that and that's why you know you can access is reading still and the your KC dot org website yet for members and you can just type in thank you captain cancer and then everything will come up related to that that Casey hadn't been one of his readings when he was in these trance states join him who was the spirit guide or was there a helper that help them in that state I don't know if that was the whole purpose as such but he was able to access the cash check records and so he had you had to have common question you didn't just pontificate on something so he would be responding to a question that was sent to him either in the mail or given to him in person and then he would access the the records and provide the information that we had a source but I don't know in terms of it being identified as as an entity in particular so but he always was able to get the answer you can ask him anything and that was what was so brilliant about him and why nobody has come in anywhere close to no not at all happy so I would have given anything to have had a reading from him and so I I live vicariously through the people who did after those fourteen thousand readings did they eventually beat him down physically well there's different stories about what happened to him but that's pretty much the company line that yeah exhausted and just killed them basically you have well he was told not to do by spirit told him you know not to do so many readings but he felt an obligation to all the people who contacted him and he wanted to make sure that he serviced as many people as possible so yeah he he offered and it's he could not say no to somebody now now that was his whole purpose in life was to really help people give us an overview I did it to myself again tell me about this review well it's based on the blanks between lines work that was started by Dr Michael Newton he's one of the best right one of my own practice as a template therapist over the years I noticed that people were blaming everyone in anything for the way their life was going with my mother's father's my father's fault my husband you know fault whatever and I knew that they had actually designed this life so that it could be and helping their soul to grow to deal with some issues from the past so I wanted to redirect their thinking from blaming others to embracing life as a means of old growth and then I also wanted to look at the material that was already out there to look at it really study doctrines work and to challenge or confirm or build on their prior research and then compare it with the KC teachings to see if they were in alignment and then the third reason was to explore the company afterlife experiences of souls because I thought if you can if you get a group of people together who don't know each other and they're all saying similar things to what is it like to die what is the after life look like what is the experience between lifetimes it would ease the fear of death on the part of those that are still on the physical plane so those were the the reasons that.
San Francisco ramping up effort to track every COVID-19 case and contact
"San Francisco city officials are taking measures to repair this city for a win coronavirus restrictions are lifted including a new program for testing and contact tracking but the city is also facing criticism for their handling of the homeless population during the crisis K. because the woman is reports city officials in the new program for contact tracing will identify people who might have come into contact with an infected person the program is a partnership between the department of public health UCSF and the software company DiMaggio director of the department of public health grant Colfax is this program will be essential when the ultimately left the shelter in place orders and moved to a new phase of fighting the pandemic San Francisco's innovative new program will engage with individuals who test positive for covered nineteen to identify their recent close contacts specially trained outreach workers will then follow up remotely by phone or text with any individuals who may have been in contact with the covert positive patient these conversations will be voluntary confidential and culturally and linguistically appropriate city officials also gave an update on plans for housing vulnerable homeless people in hotel rooms the city is focusing on those who are coping nineteen positive or under investigation for having the virus those over sixty and we have underlying health conditions they now have placed a hundred and seventy four individuals in hotel rooms for homeless individuals that don't belong in these categories they plan to continue to reinforce social distancing and hygiene protocols in homeless shelters but San Francisco supervisors disagree with the city's response the unanimously approved an ordinance on Tuesday directing the mayor to procure eight thousand two hundred and fifty hotel rooms for homeless people and first responders night April twenty sixth the move follows a corona virus outbreak at a shelter the infected ninety two homeless people intend shelter staff in what's being called the largest homeless corona virus outbreak in the country supervisors say they've been warning for weeks that shelters would be a breeding ground for cove in nineteen and the mayor's office was moving too slowly making an outbreak unavoidable your supervisor Hillary Ronen saving lives matters more we can rebuild our economy over time but stating lives means more we have simply not done that pretty and house population we have not gone all out we have not used those rooms than there has not used her power to commandeer which is now a public memo from the city attorney's office giving her that power we have not needed a fiscal priority that we want to save those lives just as much as we want to save our own and it's time to make that clear statement not with the resolution like we did last week but with the binding law Maryland every double down her response arguing it is not that easy to put that many homeless individuals and hotel rooms giving that many deal with mental illness and substance issues and needs for cevik resources it's not easy and if it were that easy we would have done it a long time ago and other major cities in this country would have done the same thing we are we have moved faster and further along than almost any other major city in the country as a relates to housing are on house population over seven hundred people have been house out of our shelters and counting so I'm really proud of the work that they continue to do what I like to do more yes I'd like to do more what I like to open up eight thousand nine thousand ten thousand hotel rooms of course who wouldn't but that is not the reality of what we as a city can do the mayor's administration have been working to obtain a total of seven thousand hotel rooms the ordinance ups the ante it says seven thousand rooms should be allocated for homeless people five hundred rooms for discharged hospital patients who have no place else to quarantine and seven hundred and fifty for frontline workers who can't commute large distances or who fear infecting their
"dimaggio" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"DiMaggio I didn't know yeah he has his own theme song was he was he retired in nineteen fifty one from baseball upright in my opinion the best baseball players ever so he had a base hit in fifty six straight games that is still a record today wow do you know where he was born now Martinez California really yeah I did not know that and you know who his wife was now Marilyn Monroe oh okay waiting I did know that okay so like they had this law here he was extraordinarily devote loved her dearly wasn't he the husband that I mean after she passed I mean he would put roses on her grave every year your anniversary I mean consider to be one of the greatest baseball players in the history of the game and spent a lot of his time in the San Francisco Bay Area did not know he grew up in Martinez ha ha very interest me up and then and then you know years later after retired did a bunch of coffee commercials for coffee maker you're like god the whole whole Joe DiMaggio story and I mean I'm I've always been sort of a baseball fan for for a lot of my life and you really can't leave him out of the discussion when you talk about baseball by Anna is one of those guys and try to help okay so we are at the time of day where we has to reflect on what a busy morning it's been and we're gonna has deeply sounds almost like a religious experience okay we come back we're going to have the the debrief here in a couple minutes news ninety three point one KFBK available everywhere on the I heart radio app now number one for podcasting KFBK and I heart radio station when you think plumbing heating air windows and home of vision see thank bill brothers the.
Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels wins third AL MVP award
"Going on well it's all smiles and sunshine in Los Angeles today is two of the big baseball prices are going to LA players angels outfielder Mike trout gets the third time most valuable player in the American League that is the lead company players like Joe DiMaggio stand usual Mickey mantle Alex Rodriguez one three time
"dimaggio" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"And so anyone surely each and every one that those has had to have that background of Ceylon life before getting into the world a session I mean I would I would think so I think it's more important so people have hit me up and said I wanNA jump into that and I'm like you could but I would recommend highly carting people do that so you signed up people if there is a hairdresser who's been working here by Betty and she's just thinking you know what I'm I'm just so drawn to the world a session and realistically can that happen for them realistically depends on many things I have this conversation almost so when you say depends okay what does it depend on what they're willing to do brilliant so you're gonNa tell me then what what are they got to do to get to that okay so again this is good I have this conversation almost daily or weekly with with young one or even not young people who've been in the she forever and they've been behind the chair for ten fifteen years they just want to do something different they're just board so they hit me up and they're like Hey Joseph how do I get into that and they go well first of all you have to understand something which I feel a lot of salons house I don't understand is session editorial work as a craft is a completely completely different skill set than working behind the if you're a brilliant behind the chair Salon stylist or collar whatever it does not equate to being session it's completely different things how we blow dry dry how we use product how we we do everything we see everything as well but I feel the opposite is true if you're a great session artists and you learn some salon skills that will help you incredibly and I always kind of go back to doing fashion week right usually on average average we have about thirty to forty models right at a time when we have about two or three hours to do them trestle sharing that again again keep in mind sharing that with makeup wardrobe rehearsal and everything else and if they come late or from another show we don't have shampoo bottles we can't start from fresh yeah because you are working tight conditions type positions and we've worked in closets before and I'm like you know it's a design fashion houses working for them I guess the always easy no not at all and sometimes we do a whole completely hair test okay we love this thank you and then the day of the show that like all we completely want to do something different and nothing against us they just had a different vision so I have to change the look and train my team in five seconds to do something completely different than we see the adaptable super adaptable but like I was saying if those forty fifty models whatever thirty fifty has to be perfectly flawless on the runway and they all have different head textures so on average one of our biggest things that we teach in our education worldwide it is our blow drying technique and I've connected that with a ton of research that I've done overseas in Asia with microscopes and just tons of things to create this whole education location platform around the cuticle and sealing it the right way and the relationship between heat styling tools and actual hair and.
"dimaggio" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"See that's I'm so glad you said that because I've had I had the pleasure Annika phony come onto the show until it's about session this always comes up so when you say is romanticized about a little bit why is it romanticized and watching people were visualizing so I think what is what attracts salon stylists or just in general is is is the the taste level I think that's coming from this session. Editorial world is the high tastes level the creativity to some degree it's just beautiful beautiful imagery is it's very inspiring it's something you can connect what is the takes level it just depends because I kind of know that and again I always think cabal listeners some of what does Joseph mean by taste level I think what people define is something that's well done editorial head there is served look there's so much more than just a look when we when we do our editorial trainings or or or education which teaching about balance and things that not everyone gets naturally they don't have that naturally so we have to point it out and break it down step by step system okay look at the balance look at delighting lighting look at their face this Oh my God what you do with your education yeah I can older experience you've got from editorial shoots session work and it's bringing that into education yeah and also working with other collaborating with other amazing artists from makeup from photographers from Wardrobe stylist not just saying the hairdresser and it's all about the head not at all it's absolutely a team effort so if if people come into you and because obviously we kind word that you've went has how long you says she world you've done you ready to issues you travel round world words on fashion weeks and you and I'll bring in into an allege -cation is as a key part of yeah I feel like I'm just speaking from my experience in my opinion so it's not a fact or whatever but I feel like there are certain areas and industry you have like film and theatre and TV agree you have the fashion session editorial world and then you have the salon world you have kind of platform as well with more brand stuff and trade shows and I feel like what dictates everything is the fashion fashion trends right and that's what clients are coming in to bring pictures of celebrities or from fashion magazines never they're very rarely bringing in pictures from a collection from you know a brand or someone very cliche just very rarely that that do do I've seen that happen again in my experience variant so and I've also experienced in my in my personal experiences is a lot of the session editorial stylists want nothing to really do with salon industry you have to tell me a bit more on why you believe that to be at least feel like from what I've seen the not the ego so much want to see that but just it just kind of below them to some degree is what I feel I don't know if that's true and that's really interesting to you said that Joseph because because I have heard that said in a previous interview that there is definitely a divide between sessions silas don't almost see themselves as hairdressers yeah more artist or whatever but I don't know I don't feel that way about me at all because I started in the salon.
"dimaggio" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"You hear make sure to subscribe to get new episodes every week and if you're listening signing on apple podcasts please do leave us a writing kind of review this week on how to cut it are you willing to relocate are you willing to to dedicate two or three years of your life sacrificing everything just to make this work what people see on social media or wherever were they seen whatever they see about aditorial status it's not all liquids Glam so we have all of this and more in today's how to cut it podcast because we sat sat down to have a conversation with Joseph Dimaggio who is a grand mal sta in the industry and that's what we spoke about how account become a monster of your craft wont does it Take Now you hearing this interview how Joseph has really embraced Japanese culture and has been a major influence on him and that Skopje saint that may really resonate with you too but he has really calmed down a great right name in the industry as a leading editorial session hairstylist and on the back of that he also has created Shokhin one click education and this is all around session starlets so we're going to learn about that we're GONNA learn about his journey into two hairdressing and no so his background and and at the end it does get quantum ocean all right was latter part so do stick around for this whole interview if you were really were delighted and honored when we knew we had the chance to sit down in the social and interview Joseph now as you will know for last week's episode there's just mentioned just moments ago that we did film this all live fool the hash show so if you would like to see this in the flesh than we have on on all youtube channel the hair show all links in the show notes for you so just after the show just go to the show notes and you'll be out to get a direct link fruit today so let's get into this episode with the Delightful Inspirational Joseph Dimaggio so we have got just dropped into to the social which is literally met and I was busy when Kai set the we've got this legend coming onto the now if you can't see we have Joseph Joseph Dimaggio one of the world's greatest should starless in the chair so Joseph Welcome to the health thank you so much it's an honor definitely not it'd be here so we don't get huge amounts of US guests come onto our show yet and we've had giraffes capacity on from harebrained now getting yourself why are you doing well you hear hey what's going on yeah just in town for an event and also meet some friends Mikhail who's been an amazing social media friend wanted to meet up with him so say I'm in town you know you wanna hang out on Tuesday and he's like I'm doing this cast podcast would you WanNa do it and I said absolutely I mean it's been a big a big fan what listen to a bunch of them and so it's truly an honor thank you so much thank you I mean this is so what's so good about our industry now isn't it totally yeah you can just jump on on social media and made up and hang out so let's today really Joseph I wanNA learn about you I want our listeners and view because we're here on the Hash to which is proper exciting for us off so show pressure about you as a session stylist so I just give us is an overview to who you are so they can understand who we're talking to I mean yeah I mean I just the hairstyle anyone else love making people feel good in helping people grow in whatever way I can that's kind of where I started I went the school for engineering before it did really yeah so I went to school for about two and a half years in New York for that computer and electrical engineering minored minored in chemical engineering so it was quite a lot of education quote extreme different you know the feds say and people will probably ask that question action over time you know why what hairdresser what what grabbed you and what took you off in that direction so there's this little story I kinda tell upkeeping shortest lease we got all the time of the woman I don't worry about it I was going to school for Engineering and top doing really well strays really book smart that way I was good at it but I didn't see like a passionate future about if that makes sense you know and I was I love music my whole life I was was really into music and playing drums most of my life so when I was one day I was in class and I walked summit professor walk in and he was a mess just his hair was all over and just as coffee and he just looked tired and I'm like but he's up in my future you know kind of I didn't really know at the time how much technology would blow up and I would probably find something to do with in as well as out as well as I was doing in school I just just wasn't excited you know all these other there's a whole world out there so I left school now my parents are very happy about that not at all but that's something that you know you have to go through when you when you believe in something else is right for you so you set that same wasn't Roy hairdressing obviously was and well no not yet hadn't known about guessing yet Jihad and even no no no no so I left school in shortly after I went on tour with my band was in a hardcore band for many years it's just in the music scene and then also tore managed in drum tech for other bigger band and four I was on warped tour with some friends which is a big vans warped tour it's Big Music Music Festival travels all around North America and in that kind of timeframe I started cutting my own hair as you do you know when you're in that kind of seen doing tons of block color and I didn't know it was called black color time just bleaching undying it with manic panic or whatever and I would do that to the other guys in my band and the band's on we're on tour with and we were in Vancouver making our way up the coast west coast and our van got broken into and they stole almost everything not not a equipment and stuff but all of my personal stuff money I don't know why wasn't advantages was and the only thing I had with me as my scissors so it's set up every day after that kind of necessity just to make a few bucks to eat at the tables like inbetween everything now eh crowds of people watching me in lining up I was like what the hell you know these kids paid sixty sixty five dollars for a ticket their favorite bands and they're waiting an hour for me to cut the hair I have no no idea what I'm feeling totally mental I'm cutting the wrong finger I have no training at all with tweezers scissors from CVS Komo Cape no water bottle like run to the black in it yeah totally just bonsai tree shaping their hair yeah eh it was fun it was fun I love the I don't even know what I'm doing this is so fun you know these people are loving it they're paying me way more money than I even ask for so I was like holy cow this is great you know and we were in South Dakota which for those of you in the middle of nowhere I don't know if you quivalent here in the UK where we've got got a few of those say because no no offense anyone in the middle of nowhere side cut this she must've been fourteen fifteen year old girl bill and again we're in the middle of field just tons of band merch table set up in stages run to the slip and slide guy get your hair wet come back or credit and go to the wherever look take a look she comes back and she's bawling her eyes out crying and I'm like Oh no you know botch this yeah oh I haven't had this experience and she comes over and she gives me the biggest hug ever and I'm like what is going on she's like thank you so much which I love it and I feel like myself for the first time and I was like wow like you're right yeah I was like what that moment I'll never I forget that obviously it's changed my whole course of my life and I was like wow you know what what did happen now we're just having fun just playing around this this is a pair of our industry is that human connection that you can get from some experience like that and it was just this course I'd happy that I did to find into just make a little extra cash to eat you know and then I was like wow imagine if I actually go to school and learn this because I love learning I love Education Asiana just didn't I wanted to do something I was passionate about and I knew that you know engineering at the time wasn't where my heart was that so living in California then I moved out to California couch crashed on some friends for a little bit you know I was doing graphic design as well that was kind of how is making money doing T. shirts in March web design for band excuse me and then I was like okay I'm not really I don't have any support system over here you you know to kind of get to the next level school was really expensive and the hours it was about thinking California for school yet to go twenty one or twenty six hundred something like that which is equivalent to almost roughly two years so I'm like wow you know take care of myself fulltime and so I moved back home and I told my family that I wanted to go to high school and they were like whatever you WanNa do we don't care this as long as we go back that's probably something where Joe's it's going to be going here it is love and the engineering where's he wanted to go yeah hadn't talked to my father for about two years to be honest you know because of that but I've been straight edge my whole life never drank a drop of alcohol alcohol or drugs not not into that at all so it was like yeah it was just about the role not the sex and drugs and so you know I told my dad I'm like listen to my junkie anything bad or thrown throwing my life down the tube by just going after what my heart wants so we finally started talking again so I went to school I was working as well as a locksmith just random things yeah laverdure engineering part with taking stuff apart and fixing it putting it back I was really good with my hands and finger dexterity playing video games as well growing up so I just you know so then I went to I applied for the evade institute in New York City and took a little test to get again and they loved it and you weren't.
"dimaggio" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"Still have John Dimaggio do the voice those they can just have like that we'll just train hundred measures the voice actor walked out no never oh guy eventually.
"dimaggio" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Dollars to continue to militarize and weaponize a force that has zero accountability. Who's who's rather who's director? And who secretary has no idea when she goes in front of of a hearing how many children are dying in her own care under her own watch. And they have the audacity to ask for more money to fund that. I don't think so. So again, and she got very emotional. Obviously very articulate explanation of why we shouldn't have anybody on the border defending the border. And then she went further she said, and this is a quote, we are standing on native land. Do we have clip let's play it because we are standing a native land and Latino people are descendants of native people, and we cannot be told and criminal is simply for our identity or our status. What? So we're gonna go full Arousa we're gonna we're going to suggest as part of the mainstream democratic position that there's no such thing as an illegal immigrant because the original occupants of the west were Latino, and therefore the United States growing across the continent made them unwelcome, and therefore if you're legally immigrated from Honduras to the United States today that every right to do. So this is the message you're going to push really got this. This is what you pick. All right, man. Do it. What? What in the hell like Nancy Pelosi just has to be sitting in the back room snorting cocaine? I mean, look what what exactly do you do with. This Nancy Pelosi is now the responsible adult in the room. When we the American people are casting our is toward Nancy Pelosi like Joe DiMaggio. Wondering are the nation turns its lonely is to Nancy Pelosi and asks her please Nancy, can you stop this? 'cause this is crazy. I do love. It is pretty spectacular. So maybe Pelosi can handle AFC maybe Pelosi is being maybe Pelosi is just allowing AFC to go out there and say what she wants to say. So she suddenly looks moderate whatever it is. I am very much looking forward to Nancy Pelosi in mono e mono. Smacking the crap out of each other. It's gonna be great. I'm we've got microwave and back. I'm making popcorn right now. I've made myself one of my famous rum rita's, I cannot wait to watch. This battle royale down between Nancy Pelosi who's experiencing a strange new respect from the right for not being completely completely and utterly insane. And see who's beloved of the left, particularly because she's not very smart is somewhat good-looking and therefore must be respected because she's career as were going to get to this proposal at AFC just put out there to abolish is. So she's been embraced by mainstream people inside the Democratic Party and get to that in just a second first, let's talk about your legal costs. So you're running a business here. I know, and it's gonna cost you money to do all of your legal. Well, why would you go with the law from why not instead use legalzoom?.
"dimaggio" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"All right. We're back. So we get a winner today. We'll play tomorrow in the five o'clock hour, we'll give you a couple of clues. The clues might have put it over the top today. Maybe I have to back off the clues me. And so we gave them a couple of decent clues today in the three and four o'clock hour, you can listen for those. And then we'll play we have three more winners to get. Then somebody's gonna win a trip to Super Bowl fifty three. So far a hot ticket. The price of the ticket has not come down yet. Usually it's right at the end of the first week. And the question is with the pats having been there that many times is the fatigue in the Boston market. That's really the question. Obviously, the Rams fans have to come a long way. Other than that. No fan basis kind of building. And then there's the people just go to the game for the sake of the game. Six o'clock today hall of fame. Two locks. Here's what we do know Mariana was getting in Halliday's getting in. That's too. Everybody who pays close attention to this says that Ed getting in that's three and that Messina's right on the right on the doorstep and that he's probably on the right side of the doorstep. That is it if you're into the steroid guys. Or the controversial guys bonds Clemens, schilling et cetera et cetera. And so on the looks like none of them are getting it. They're all going to fall short. In queens. Hey, mike. How are you doing? Hey, what's up? What's happening? Now. I wanna talk about a couple of players Kercheval ings. Hera beans, and I will allow people think Kirsch showing Tribune, but I don't think people realize Kercheval pitch for twenty years only had four years where you receive Cy Young vote. Ninety seven hundred one four I don't think that's going up. I mean, people think Jap more like a week all famous, but you know. For seven years, I've very quickly and some people can think might be whole premium. He pitched for eighteen years nine years he actually here. But that's not the only the only the only thing is who would decided that the only way you get in is by getting a Cy Young award vote that year why is that what about the postseason? What about the guy who pitches in the postseason like Curt Schilling dominates? In the postseason pitcher. He was one of the great post-season pitchers of all time. It's like skills Kirsten. Said I don't compare sports. I don't I don't compare sports. I don't wanna comparing sports in the hall of fame as we useless. I don't do it. You want to compare Messina and Jack Morris and schilling. I'll compare those guys that's fair. Harold baines? I'm sorry. Listen, nice, man. How baynes? That is not a hall of fame career. I'm sorry. You're watering down the hall of fame by putting an I'm not trying to be derogatory. It's always Harold Baines. I would've loved to have how band's career. How brains had a great career? See this is where people first of all they lose touch with this. It is not an insult to say somebody's not a hall of Famer only one percent of the players or even less than that a hall of famers. You're not knocking somebody. You know? Listen Andy Pettitte, tremendous player, Bernie Williams. Tremendous player money players wonderful players that whole favors. The hall of fame is for the guys who for Mickey Mantle looks for Willie Mays Hank Aaron. So it's four we start talking about guys on the fence. You know, what they're lucky if they get in if they get in the they're lucky they get because it's it's for the guys who there's no question about for Babe Ruth Joe DiMaggio. The names that just you know, that flow that, you know, just the names of the of the guys who that's it. There should be no debate about a hall of fame. Hall of fame is a guy who was yes, he's in. Done. Can refer junior done. Ken and Westport was okay. My giving it the NFL is trying to put parody in the league. What are the patriots doing sound successfully that others are not just they're very good? Good. They have a great coach great quarterback the same time. And they have a very good culture. And they are very good at executing game plans and close games. That's really what it is more than anything else. And it has meant that they have. They've also been fortunate that they've been in a very soft division. So that has allowed them to have a lot of games at home in the playoffs. Because their record on the road in the playoffs is not nearly as good that is enter them into the Super Bowl where their record is. Okay. They're not unbelievable. Let's be honest. The very fortunate to have a winning record the Super Bowl they easily could have losing records, but they've gotten their which is an incredible achievement. And it's because they have some wonderful talent. And more than you think unsung talent people don't realize how good element is. Elements a great player. John was. Hey, mike. How are you? Good. I don't know if you brought this game up earlier. And I know you definitely remember it. But the only non-qualified can think of and this killed me as as a huge fan was the giant playoff game where they threw the ball. And the guy dragged down the giant and the rest didn't call it. You remember that playoff game the giants to the Super Bowl, right nothing. Like this though, nothing. Even the Mike Renfro, even even the Mike Renfro miss which was one of the places that people went crazy about if you go back that far what you might not nineteen Seventy-nine Steelers and the Texans and the Houston Oilers. I mean, even that play nothing like this. This is the worst non call of all time. I mean, this is this is outrageous. The idea there's no penalty on this players almost comical. I mean, if you would put somebody in a room and said here, here's the here's what is buzz. If this is passed the defense, they would buzz ninety nine point nine nine. People who had no idea what they were doing. Franken Scotch Plains was up Frank. Hey, mike. How are you? Good. On this whole the full Ramstein. Yeah. Yesterday, making comments about the NFL I being an incompetent or incompetent. Yeah. Or or or corrupt right now. I I never I never I never called the NFL not one time. That's not what I said, you weren't listening. I never called the NF. I said people will think the official is either incompetent or corrupt. I never said. He was. Is my question. Are they the NFL process of building a billion dollar stadium for the Rams? Is the NFL in the they're not building it. I mean, you know, the guy the guy was a team is building. Right. I know, but it's being subsidized by. I.
US, China and Bloomberg discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe
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Heavily armed men in helicopter free notorious French inmate
"And then started amassing one of the largest personal collections of baseball memorabilia in america all for the love of the game i don't care if you're the banker the town the sheriff you are you know certain ethnic or race y'all went to the game y'all set pretty much together and y'all rooted for the home team and it was it brought people together some pieces are now on exhibit at history colorado center in denver like the handprint babe ruth made for a poem reader so when you the fan walk into the exhibit you can shake hands with fave ruth joe dimaggio a slugger maybe better known for his two hundred and seventy four day to multirace marriage to marilyn monroe this story that he would send roses to her grave every day every day when he was alive why do you think he did that never stopped loving her it's still the same game on a summer's day nine guys against one lonely batter and as the man who is collected so many memories knows well it's still what it has always been it's so simple when life is so complex and when you add all that together it comes out at baseball's magic that is cbs's barry peterson wbz news time one fifty one connecticut teen has been detained for leading police chase in a stolen car the eighteen year old refused to pullover lead officers on a brief chase before crashing the stolen vehicle and taking off on foot he was arrested several hours later held on bond at the newtown police department it's a crazy prison escape right out of a hollywood movie but it's for real a criminal in france has taken from his prison courtyard by is a god blesses in a helicopter navy sees jennifer eccleston with more on the gangsters great escape french authorities are confirming a daring escape from a paris area prison a notorious gangster escaped in a small helicopter helped by several heavily armed men who created a diversion at the prison entrance while the helicopter landed in the courtyard the forty six year old has been serving a twenty five year old murder sentence police say an extensive manhunt is underway helicopter pilots believe may have been taken as a hostage a migratory earned the nickname spiderman after rescuing a child had his first day at a new job with the paris fire brigade the man's remarkable rescue of a child dangling from a balcony not only one an internet start him but french citizenship as well and a job with the fire department the twenty two year old molly and migrant is one of the brigades twenty four new recruits if you live on the new law has some massachusetts aware alerts have breaking news the time road traffic on the.