35 Burst results for "Dory"
Interview With Chelsea Hirschhorn
"Hey everyone it's genial. I'm really excited today. And i have so many questions because today chelsea her short our guest on skinned from the couch. She is the founder and ceo afrita a company that makes products to make parents lives easier. I'm so excited. Because i like in my soon to be future. I will be obsessed with these products as my friends already are. It's one of the top selling parenting brands on amazon and you can find their products in over thirty thousand stores across the country chelsea. Thank you for being here. Welcomed skin from the couch. Thank you for having me a dory guys skin from the couch and take on a whole new meeting. yeah. I think everyone now is working from their couches. Okay we're gonna start out with an easy question. Skim your resume for us. Ooh okay. i worked in a candy store in high school in my town in in westchester my parents. Instill that of work ethic in both me and my siblings from a very young age but pressing fast forward too many details that far back i graduated from college went to law school where i met my husband and during law school. I was a legal intern for the new york. Mets my summer internship know the legal internship. When you're in law squad to your second year of law schools are a pretty big deal and it usually ends up. Hopefully if all goes well was an offer at the end of the summer and so my my summer internship after my second year of law school was with gotcha which was the pre eminent. Bankruptcy firm is started with them a second year of law school that was in two thousand seven and then got my offer. September two thousand eight. The world imploded. They actually asked. If i would start early. I started with them. I think it was like october. Two thousand eight. I joined the restructuring group and my first experiences. A lawyer was filing a general motors in american airlines bankruptcy and lehman brothers so spent about two years there and then my husband and i got married in about two thousand ten and he was general counsel for a brazilian private equity fund. That had just acquired burger king. They asked him and one of the other associates from the firm to go down to miami and run the restructuring. that's for burger. King is space and was founded. I left while you know shortly after we got married. Florida has what they call authorized house. Counsel's you actually don't have to take the bar if you work in house as an attorney. So it's really focused on finding an inhouse role and at the time removed. The miami marlins baseball team could had experience in baseball from law. School was opening a new ballpark so previous to that they had actually the facility from the miami dolphins the football team and they didn't have their own ballpark so they were building their own miami. I was brought on as associate in-house counsel director of non baseball revenues. So for the first time in franchise history. They were going to be trying to drive revenue that wasn't affiliated with baseball revenue. So it's sort of you know my first foray into running a peon. Al like an entrepreneurial or business unit within a large the larger confines of a much more resource organization and so i was there for four and a half years. I got pregnant with my first son a now three and we bought our first house in miami beach and my neighbor i was still working for the marlins in house. I was about probably six months pregnant at the time. My neighbor who was like the mayor of our blocks is lovely swedish woman. She invited us over for dinner and had been time about this business that she had started in her garage really and it was still in her garage. Had a few boxes of this swedish nasal spray that she sold to pediatrician's offices and baby boutiques and her kids were now teenagers and she wanted to know anyone. Miami interested in taking over the business. And i said you know about my okay my era i wasn't a parent yet. It didn't even it almost like went right over my head. Yeah i couldn't imagine what. The product was an eric as she wants you to buy the inventory for her. Then eventually you take over an hour running freda yes fast forward. What something that people can't find out about you from google earth lincoln that i really you know up until that moment i really was not a risk taker at all. I told the line. I did what was laid out for me and i i would never in a million years have predicted that i would have veered off. Course
Interview With Chelsea Hirschhorn
"Hey everyone it's genial. I'm really excited today. And i have so many questions because today chelsea her short our guest on skinned from the couch. She is the founder and ceo afrita a company that makes products to make parents lives easier. I'm so excited. Because i like in my soon to be future. I will be obsessed with these products as my friends already are. It's one of the top selling parenting brands on amazon and you can find their products in over thirty thousand stores across the country chelsea. Thank you for being here. Welcomed skin from the couch. Thank you for having me a dory guys skin from the couch and take on a whole new meeting. yeah. I think everyone now is working from their couches. Okay we're gonna start out with an easy question. Skim your resume for us. Ooh okay. i worked in a candy store in high school in my town in in westchester my parents. Instill that of work ethic in both me and my siblings from a very young age but pressing fast forward too many details that far back i graduated from college went to law school where i met my husband and during law school. I was a legal intern for the new york. Mets my summer internship know the legal internship. When you're in law squad to your second year of law schools are a pretty big deal and it usually ends up. Hopefully if all goes well was an offer at the end of the summer and so my my summer internship after my second year of law school was with gotcha which was the pre eminent. Bankruptcy firm is started with them a second year of law school that was in two thousand seven and then got my offer. September two thousand eight. The world imploded. They actually asked. If i would start early. I started with them. I think it was like october. Two thousand eight. I joined the restructuring group and my first experiences. A lawyer was filing a general motors in american airlines bankruptcy and lehman brothers so spent about two years there and then my husband and i got married in about two thousand ten and he was general counsel for a brazilian private equity fund. That had just acquired burger king. They asked him and one of the other associates from the firm to go down to miami and run the restructuring. that's for burger. King is space and was founded. I left while you know shortly after we got married. Florida has what they call authorized house. Counsel's you actually don't have to take the bar if you work in house as an attorney. So it's really focused on finding an inhouse role and at the time removed. The miami marlins baseball team could had experience in baseball from law. School was opening a new ballpark so previous to that they had actually the facility from the miami dolphins the football team and they didn't have their own ballpark so they were building their own miami. I was brought on as associate in-house counsel director of non baseball revenues. So for the first time in franchise history. They were going to be trying to drive revenue that wasn't affiliated with baseball revenue. So it's sort of you know my first foray into running a peon. Al like an entrepreneurial or business unit within a large the larger confines of a much more resource organization and so i was there for four and a half years. I got pregnant with my first son a now three and we bought our first house in miami beach and my neighbor i was still working for the marlins in house. I was about probably six months pregnant at the time. My neighbor who was like the mayor of our blocks is lovely swedish woman. She invited us over for dinner and had been time about this business that she had started in her garage really and it was still in her garage. Had a few boxes of this swedish nasal spray that she sold to pediatrician's offices and baby boutiques and her kids were now teenagers and she wanted to know anyone. Miami interested in taking over the business. And i said you know about my okay my era i wasn't a parent yet. It didn't even it almost like went right over my head. Yeah i couldn't imagine what. The product was an eric as she wants you to buy the inventory for her.
Motherhood with Rachel Reilly Villegas
"Your daughter is four. How have you been preparing her for baby brother to come? That is a great question because I keep asking people what to do. you know, I. I feel like we're really lucky were very active family we live in. La. So there's so much to do. We've been going on like we've been really trying to spend a lot of time with her and my husband and I have really been trying to make her feel really important throughout this whole pregnancy so that she doesn't feel like the baby's coming in he's going to be more important are going to need more time because I just assume that one's baby comes that it is going to be a full time. I don't know fulltime thing where she might feel like a little left out I've been getting advice from all my girlfriends and from the Internet and. Basically people are like you just need to get like get some presents like do some activities make her feel special like include her May. Take her shopping and let her by the stuff for the baby So that's kind of what we've been trying to do I keep telling her you know, oh, your baby brothers going to need all your how he's going to need you to feed him and he's going to need you to help with the clothes and help with the pacifier and all that fun stuff. Some trying to include her. That's the best advice that I've gotten. So I don't know you maybe you have better mice. New Baby. I do. I. Only have one and it has been a trip. I was just telling Rachel right before the show that. I'm just filling in the thick of it right now, I don't know what's going on I mean this lot. So I had issues with the tongue tie with her so we had to get those released. Last week, and so since then she's just been really upset and I can understand why and. But it kind of comes and goes and she had a couple of good days and now it's just like she's just crying so much and it's just really really hard. So I know that we want to add more kids to the mix right now I just can't wrap my head around it because I'm like, oh my gosh this this little human it's I. Feel so bad for her too. It's like I'm still trying to read her cues right? So she's crying and I'm like are you just pissed off? Does your stomach hurt does your mouth? Like, you know, are you tired like, what can I do? Oh. Oh. Dory gets better. And I it took me three years before I was like, okay we can have another one. I just needed that time I took two years off of work also because I was like I thought with my I I was like you know I just need to focus all my attention on her and I need her to be feeling really comfortable but now with. My second. I'm like I'm already ready to you know we'll see what happens because have don't have the second one yet but I'm like I don't know I feel like it's it's going to be totally different story than it was the first but don't worry after three months when they start sleeping through the night, you're going to be like Oh this is like you know. Way Better. I remember. My first time, I got to go to the gym after it was like I think like a month or maybe like a few like three weeks after she was born and I got to go to the gym by Myself I. Got to take a shower by myself. I went the Sauna. I had a day at the SPA. And the most amazing day ever. So you'll get there don't worry. Yeah. For sure and I feel like she was a lot easier in those first few weeks. So like I would I remember the first time I washed my hair and shaved my legs during one shower sessions you know. Exactly I am woman. Now it's like you have to pick and choose like what am I going to do today today had to wash my hair so that was it. Really for sure I know and everyone says it gets easier. Everyone's like three like three to four months and then they're six months and then the newborn stage is just a blur. You know it's Better. Up. The and that's what I'm like I'm nervous about because I remember it being so hard I just remember not sleeping and I remember thinking in my head. Okay. This just it goes by so fast but it goes by it takes forever while it's actually happening. kind of that's what I'm kind of nervous about. So I'm like, okay I need to just kind of try to make it as easy for myself as possible and you know not put pressure on myself but. Yeah. But the same token I'm such A. Like crazy overachiever I'm like I'm going to be able to do twenty different million things because who cares tickets you know? No big deal. Yeah. You'll get back to that though you know like. Once you adjust and get the hang of it you'll be like, okay. Yeah. No big deal. Yeah exactly.
"dory" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"Welcome to the podcast. The first collection of our Dory hoard stories comes to a close in the next couple of weeks and. My Oh my what a story. So heads up that this series is for our older listeners. We recommend eight or nine years old and older not because the content is necessarily inappropriate but because this story is complex and it's layered and it is full of action. So, this first story will give you a taste of the full series, and this actually might be a good opportunity for those of you who are a little bit older to take advantage of our special promotion sparkle stories that were holding right now, which is an extended thirty day free trial so you can come to. Sparkle stories. Dot Com to learn more about that. Okay here is the first of twenty t three stories in the Gilded Dragon Block one of Dorje Horde called the long ride north enjoy. The Gilded, Dragon. Episode One The long ride north. Aurora Dory and her five children sat on the fold out seeding of their train cabin still and silent as they processed what the conductor had just told them. He was a tall thin man with a thick mustache that covered his entire upper lip. Perfect. Look for a train conductor. And after leading them to the spacious and very comfortable cabin, he stood up tall and said. May. I represent the staff of the Northern Light Rail in saying that we are at your service? Should you desire anything anything at all? You need only ask and I, hope that it has been made clear that everything is complimentary care of your grandfather's estate. Aurora nodded slightly to the conductor and was immediately taken with how each of her five reacted. She couldn't help it smile because. They were all so different. Tag the oldest of the Dory children at age sixteen was distracted by the train it self and how it worked. He was not used to feeling comfortable in such environments. Column Aurora's Oldest Daughter Age fifteen was quite focused on the conductors words and narrowed her eyes as she began to plan she would learn more. Tahoe the middle sister at age twelve leaned into her mother as she generally did not like new adventures whereas coach. The youngest.
Turn the Page
"Kate How's life? Dory. Will first of all today in the New York Times Crossword? Yes. As now as now I'm an expert doing, Oh, I know what you're. GonNa say go on and I woke I woke up this morning to texts from a listener that was just like I can't wait for you to see the New York Times crossword like thirty two across and I was like, oh Six thirty in the morning, I'm like frantically getting onto the New York Times crossword thing. And it says. Skin care product and I was like Oh my God what and so it was five letters and so I just wrote in serum but then it turns out that was wrong. It was not serum but it was one of my other favorite products toner I know. I was GONNA say spoiler but I know sorry too late every it hustle away I mean whatever I also was like, ooh, maybe it's serum. But Alas. I mean, I even was self absorbed enough to think maybe the person who wrote this listens to the podcast and this is like a super secret Easter Egg. Listen, I had like the you are a writer. New York Times crosswords. Send us a smoke signal in across shorts will shortz if you're out there hydrating. Face. Hit US. Doesn't do all the players Mahjong themed crossword not too long ago. A really yeah. Did you feel like that was assigned to you the yes? Definitely. was made for me. I'm gene okay. I survived or my family made it through the first day of one hundred percent distance learning at home. You know shoutout teachers shut up parents and Guardians shutout school administrators everyone who works at schools I mean just shout out to everybody. But so great. Because We did it and They had a really good day. And I mentioning it because I went to trader Joe's for the first time in approximately six months Ah-ha. I hadn't been to TJ's like TJ's near me. All the teachers are tiny, but a new one opened up. Who never experienced new TJ's before. But I was like I'm doing it. I'm going to trader Joe's. I use the excuse that we needed frozen being Tuxedos and then I got there and I was like well, I'll load up my cart with like eight thousand bags of truffle flavor things. But it was. So it felt so good to be back in a trader Joe's I. Don't know how why to explain I I don't know how to explain why like the experience of a specific grocery store feels. Like being with an old lover or something. Do. You know what I mean. I was like Oh right My main goes strips are like, yes the frozen lot. Just. All, the TJ's and the things that we love in my house I stocked up on. So many snacks because story now everyone in my home like. We're all there and we're all kind of like in work mode like you know summer is over and we must provide. School lunch for her children during the day and I don't know why it feels different from lunch any other time but it just does yeah I hear that. I stocked up on. FROZEN SOUP dumplings, they'll eat those sound good. I. Mean I just was like, what can I serve these creatures for lunch. I made a little favor them today with. Charmed, charmed by and then I heard my lake second grader telling her teacher on zoom about it like we had a buffet for lunch which was really like I took out snap peas put them in a bowl I opened Hamas I caught up some pita bread. But it felt like a win and I'll take any win. I can get right now Louis. So that's what I'm to I literally eight. So many TJ snacks today just for the pure pleasure I'm jealous. A-. Have truffle potato chips that were so good. I, had never seen them before. I had a Pasadena Salad from them. I mean I just Tj it hard all day just like strictly trader Joe's and so into this for you. Yeah. Yeah. Thank you. I'm into it too and I also want to note that they have like new hand soap trader Joe's. we've never talked about really about a hand soap on this podcast and I feel like it is something I could I like kind of I don't WanNa say horrid I don't like misuse that term but I stock up on a lot of hand soap. But I'm a sucker for a sleek bottle and certain smells and I. Do feel like hand soap is an item where like I splurged on a fancy hand soap and I'm wondering is that a thing is that a scam like fancy hand soap the same as just like a regular trader Joe's Hanso with just a fancy name. Sores there's something special about a fancy hand well, okay. I think the answer is yes and no. So. So it's like a scam one can get behind. Yes. So like I love the smell of a sob hand soap, it is right ridiculously expensive like it's obscenely expensive I did splurge on it once and I was really happy. And then I just kind of stopped buying it because I was like. This is sort of ridiculous like I was kind of embarrassed even though I did really enjoy it but I think. It for me it has to be like, okay, this is like the thing I'm splurging on right now you know what I mean if you have one thing that you splurge on, maybe it's a night cream maybe it's a Sierra maybe it's hand soap. Maybe you don't spend on anything but like if you splurge on something. That that would be my thing for the month or something
Places of Vulnerability with Meredith Talusan
"How's it going? I just got haircut. Go on I. got my my quarantine haircut. Okay Okay Everything. Tell me tell me how this happened. I mean the way it happened was that I wanted a haircut and I got one. but long johns are close right now. Closeness how you did this? Yes I. Okay. So I have not had a haircut since I think September. Mahathir's gotten very long. Which is fine and has been fine. But you know my children's hair is kind of a little. Length and also just it needed some help and I was really ready for a haircut and my beloved hairstylist Chai. is seeing clients outside mast. We should say that only indoor beauty salons closed, but you can give haircuts outside, but a lot of most salons are not set up to do that. Yes. There is a barber shop near me. That just has a barber chair outside and a barber giving haircuts radio on the sidewalk which. I find kind of delightful but this was you know I I have a relationship with my stylist we like. She knew. Are. Quarantine boundaries and we talked you know she was clear about. How she handles things and she's very meticulous and her cleaning in space giving and her mask wearing and my kids and I all wore masks and we didn't touch except for her hands on our hair. and. I feel really I feel like it was a decision. That's great. Now, you who've been talking briefly. You had been you've been contemplating perhaps going short. Yeah I'm still long I went long. I I approve I really like your long hair. You're the first person I think to compliment my long hair and it made me feel good about my like I hadn't even really realized it had gotten long and one day you were like Oh your hair and I'm I'm just Kinda you know I have not had very long hair. In about twenty years and I should say like when I was in college and high school I had like you know hair past my boobs. I. Had a girl on fish tour in nineteen ninety-seven hair. And? It's Kinda getting back there and I it's very hot. Having Long. It's very hot. Yes. How it looks I really like it and so I'm I feel like this is a fun time to just explore new hairstyle and you know my plan is just grow and grow, and whenever I cut it I would like to donate it if I can so. I don't know I have long hair now dory that. So I am I'm into this for you. Well. Thank you Yeah I was really I was. It felt really nice and like I have one of my kids like they have very thick thick hair error that is really bothering them right now and so it really. Comes to have it. Handled by a professional so I felt like it was a good. I. Don't know it was definitely an and thing we. We all really wanted to do so I'm. Glad to have done it. To go vacuum up a lot of hair out on our patio. What's happening over here fresh hair. Fresh hair that's exciting. I. Haven't cut my hair since. November. October November, are you contemplating outdoor trend? Or is that just not a our agenda just not on my agenda right now I am not confident that the that the person who cuts my hair. Is maintaining social distancing and I don't think I would feel comfortable having them. Cut My hair right now. And my hair is long like I. Think if if my hair was short as it has been for a lot of time in the in recent memory that I would feel if I still had bangs I would feel like Oh. Gosh I really go haircut. But now here's sort of like long and straight and it's like All right. Yeah. So I haven't. I haven't like sought out a haircut. Nor if I sought out hair color. Just kind of like. All right this this this is it. I mean grant. It is what it is. I. I feel I feel completely just like neutral about it. You know what? I mean Do I mean. Also like it is it is For. Many of us, it's not necessary so like you're good row. Okay. But you know what? I don't feel neutral about what? My eyebrows, oh fascinating. Your I feel like. Rouser like out of control. Okay. This fascinating. Well, we're growing them out for awhile. Yes. Yes. I have been growing out for like two years but as part of that growing out, still I was still getting them shaped every few months. And I'm now so nervous about. Maintaining them myself because I feel like in the past I've really overpe plucked. That I'm I'm scared to touch them myself. And now, I just feel like they look like. Two
Two Whats And A Wow
"Okay and there's another t rex eating a hot dog, and there's a baby would sail sailboats for hands. Oh Hey. Why. Are you looking at the clouds Tarazi and binge watching the sky? What episode I mean. What cloud are you on? I'm trying to figure out if this one up here. It looks like a panda wearing a two. Or a looping platypus definitely a Hula hooping platypus. Check out that way, is it just me or does that look like a surfer about to take on a massive wave? I don't know I think it just looks of like A. Piece of Ham stuck to a refrigerator the. Just really hard and then tilt your head all. Right. There, you go just like that the a heart you know what I see. It now really does look like a slice of ham stuck to a refrigerator. Well, anyway, Do you think we could press? Pause on the cloud binge-watching because we've got a Dane show to host. Crowds don't go anywhere. We'll be right back after these messages. What wait wait? Why pocket? And pull the curtain in three. To One and now everyone's second favorite game show after Joe Tuesday, it's two. What's. With your. Pin. Film! What the back wilder this time for another! Round of to? Scientific game show that separates the house from though what's now before we begin today's round. Let's review where we left off yesterday. We gave you three scientific statements about Eagles and challenged. You guess which one was the one true well, was it a golden eagles enjoyed covering themselves with? Or was it be the wings of Great Nicobar Serpent Eagles so big? They're often mistaken for small planes, or was it see the world's largest Eagle's nest was about twenty feet, deep or the size of five seven year olds, and to answer yesterday's question joining us by phone. It's led dory from Philadelphia Dory. What's the well I'm Andy and My name is Dorrie in I'm from Philadelphia. I am eight years old. My while in the world is that the biggest. Nonni Eagle, mass, which is in Florida, is nine feet, wide and twenty feet deep. It's really enormous. Thank you. I love your show. For dinner him there you have it wears. You guessed the answer. See that the largest eagle's nest ever was twenty feet deep. You found the winning. Wow, congratulations! Weather's weighing in at a whopping four thousand four hundred nine pounds, this eagle's nest, which was examined by the Guinness. World, records, back in nineteen, sixty, three weighed more than two or bears combined. It was found near Saint Petersburg Florida and built by a pair of Bald Eagles now if. If you just A or B? You weren't that far off. There are several species of birds that do actually like covering themselves and aunts. This process is called. Anti and scientists aren't quite sure why it happens. Some of them believe it could be because certain acids. The ants helped to protect the birds from Lice and other scientists think the ants might help. The Birds Molt, or shed their feathers faster, and if you guessed be, there are. Cases, where certain birds have been mistaken for airplanes, for example, the endangered California condor north, America's largest land bird has a wingspan so wide that it's actually been mistaken for a plane from faraway.
iPhone Users Who Experienced 'Batterygate' Can Now File to Receive Around $25 Settlement From Apple
"You've got caught in the Columbus Battery Gate Calamity. Get ready to grab a little dory me. A very little DOE ray me. And Gadget says there's a site setup that'll let victims of the slow ness apply for as much as twenty five dollars. If? You're not sure what we're talking about. This was the thing where apple slowed the performance of some iphones and didn't tell anybody they were doing that. Then it got caught doing that and said it was sorry. Launched a battery replacement program for affected phones and Gadget says. Apple agreed to pay up to five hundred million dollars to US consumers as part of a settlement that came out of its iphone Battery Gate Saga. That happened at the beginning of March of this year. which fun fact was ninety seven years ago? To qualify for a payment report says you must either currently have or previously owned an iphone, six iphone, six plus iphone six as iphone, six S, plus and or an iphone s e, the ran IOS tend to dot one or later before the twenty first of December twenty seventeen. Also included iphone seven and I phone seven plus models that ran IOS. Eleven thought two or later before. December twenty, first twenty seventeen. You must have also experienced. Diminished performance on your device. Settlement sites. FAQ Says Apple will provide a cash payment of approximately twenty five dollars per eligible device. If you want in on that stack, Lincoln's and gadget says you have until the sixth of October to submit a claim at that point, you can expect payment at some point after the fourth of December. That's when a judge will sign off on the settlement. Provided. There aren't any appeals.
Travel restrictions now in effect for St. Maarten
"No sint Martin is a country of the Dutch Caribbean set on an island of roughly ninety square kilometers. That's home to a population eighty thousand people, however half the population on this small mass do not belong to Saint Martin but the. Confusingly named French overseas collectivity of Saint Martin. The two territories have been divided by a land border through the center of the island since the mid seventeenth century and operate with different languages, currencies and governments for Outposts News Miracles Luhan Amirah speaks to Gordon Snow, the editor of Saint Martin's newspaper The daily Herald about how he's been covering travel restrictions and border controls on the island during the pandemic, so whereas Sink Malta, and what distinguishes it from the other islands that surround in the caravan. If you look at the Ricoh on the map, whereabouts to the right for Regal, one of the little thoughts just right next to the British. Virgin Islands and we're in Ireland. Stats distinguishes itself by the fact that it's by national main stats. Half of the island is a leaky French therre. Dory of France so old trench laws are applicable there now you can pay with the euro also saves a dollar because we are dollar denominated. s most being. Old Dependence on US and Canadian Doris so lawler is. It's very important in guaranteeing economy, the second part of smart is Dutch. It is Don Imus country within the kingdom that means that they have their own governments We have our own BARNUM's CETERA. Run our own affairs, except for Defense Foreign Affairs. That's be taken garrels hollins. That's why for example she. Martin is a member of the Gary. We aspire to, but it's difficult because not flee independence, the beauty of this by national age of the islands. That's a you have a bit of southern France on the north side of the islands, a bit of a through northern Garabedian english-speaking are being country on the other side of the island. So you have a bit of both and tell me go to you talk about terrorism being a major part of your economy there, so tell me how you'll covering the news over the pandemic at the moment house affected the island in terms of its health, and in terms of its economy as well. Russell sports condemning was yeah, like like everywhere else abyss hit us very hard. Whereas other countries could say they have different industries. We only have one instrument stores, and so everybody's dependent on Dexter Dr Arrests Drums Adele's in my extension order companies like ourselves for examples media. We were forced to depend on the so it's We don't do well either. So. Yeah, we are really. Doors. A comeback and yes, she no know is probably going to be a big issue worldwide. With people afraid to travel by plane a by cruise boats. We have a lot of cruise liners. This is our islands a yearly basis. So yeah, that's that's affecting us. As far as the disease, itself is concerned pretty much over free. Now we've had some. Dole about seventy gazes, which have for our swollen instances is quite a lot. But we are pretty much. Go with Renault's are gonNA actually graduate opening up again rare in the third phase of reopening, and now one or face go, but it's pretty much. Everything is back to normal. As, far as that's concerned, so everybody's breathing, a sigh of relief that you can go out again that freely. What does your front page looked like at the moment was some headlines that are standing out and up. What will imagery? Are you running with well? Yeah, we have focused on reopening. Starting to move again today, for example, the borders between the French and Dutch side with four Boorda points. They were close or allows two months because of the French side of course have their own go vitz protocols. That's the. The national protocols. And, it was deemed a safer for everybody to build temporary. Grosso's borders those are open up against us today, so that's for example is. Is something that will be focusing on though. What's the immigration pattern light between the two sides of the island? Because obviously, there's a there's a border through the middle of it. There are two separate countries on this very small islands. So how does movement between those two places happened during the pandemic? One, thing you have to understand when you live. Like ours somebody may live on the French side, but were on the site vice versa, so he needed people to be able to continue to work. Be Able to go to work. Of course. There were options for people to work from. But, if you do the type of work that allow you stay home and work via remote. You, we'll have to go and be able to job now that some sectors you had to have. Both Dutch Francesa side governments travel. And Yeah, a you need special boss. Some people had special like like myself. MEDIA PERSON STARTING TO GET A. Disaster Media Bosso. Normal time time. If you're normal times, there is no border. So he can freely move across the border. We only have a border control. Join Border Control at the. Airports, but we don't have joint border controls at the order points between the two sides of the. That's the beauty of this. In two different systems for chicken will free about that was good snow, the editor of Saint Martin's newspaper The Daily Herald
"dory" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"He has a dutiful staff and a team of researchers that wish for his work to be continued in his name. We are all invested in your safe and comfortable arrival and with this image of a full staff and a team of researchers in their heads. The phone call ended. Clearly their grandfather was not who they thought he was. Aurora Tag Tahoe and sexy waited to make any decisions until column and coach were home knowing that both of them would have opinions about what to do. They gathered at the dining room table and discussed the situation over dinner. There were tears and many questions but there was also a curious in unexpected resolve. Whether or not they were going to attempt this adventure was no longer a question. They all began to prepare for it in their own way. Column made list of supplies. They might need. Coach went outside to run because he knew that traveling usually meant sitting still tag thought it best to get plenty of sleep while. Tahoe sat very still with her eyes closed wondering if she could feel her grandfather's presence even though he was gone. Sassy the youngest took a tour around the yard looking up at the birds and the squirrels and the trees and waving goodbye the following afternoon children each had a small backpack filled with what they thought was important to bring when a glimmering steel colored van arrived to begin their trip. The driver was named Benton. And quite to Aurora's surprise. He let her know that the vehicle they were going to take was constructed of carbon fibre and had no computer components so it should be fine for her oldest son tag. She marveled that he knew to tell her this. She hadn't told the lawyer Kate. That tag had some kind of condition that was aggravated by electricity. The doctors couldn't make any sense of it at all of them ended up dismissing his syndrome. As that of a hypochondriac but this driver seemed to take it seriously apparently so did kate. Bumps Aurora realized that appropriate accommodations had been made for their trip north and this made her relax so they all climbed in Benton told them stories. About how much. She loved the countryside for the entire one hour. Ride to the train station in Lexington. The Dory's were given six fancy looking train tickets and were sent to a platform that was at the far end of the station. They stood by themselves looking around at the other trains and waiting wide eyed for at least an hour until an incredible gold coloured train arrived. The train was smaller than the others far nicer than the others and it looked like a modern version of a classic old steam engine. There was the smoke stack. No smoke came from it. There were the wheels and the rods but tag the oldest of the Dory hord noticed that the wheels weren't actually touching the tracks. The train.
"dory" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"I've been working on this story for quite a while and I must say that it is our most complex and engaging and mysterious story yet it is intended for our listeners who are nine years and older and we are offering the first part of twenty two episodes. Right here on the PODCAST. The story collection is called the Dory hord and it is about five uniquely talented brothers and sisters who suddenly find themselves on a grand adventure tracking around the Americas uncovering clues toward solving the family mystery. Who was their grandfather? Really? And what did he do? Long ago to become so and powerful. This would be a good month to take advantage of your free. Introductory month of sparkle's stories at sparkle stories dot com. So here is episode one. The long ride north enjoy The Dory Hoard episode one the long ride North Aurora Dory and her five children sat on the fold out seating of their train cabin still and silent as they processed. What the conductor had just told them. He was a tall thin man with a thick mustache that covered his entire upper lip. Perfect look for a train conductor and after leading them to the spacious and very comfortable cabin he stood up tall and said May I represent the staff of the northern Light Rail in saying that we are at your service. Should you desire anything anything at all? You need only ask and I hope that it has been made clear that everything is complimentary care of your grandfather's estate. Aurora nodded slightly to the conductor and was immediately taken with how each of her five children reacted. She couldn't help but smile because they were all so different tag. The oldest of the Dory children at age sixteen was distracted by the train itself and how it worked. He was not used to feeling comfortable in such environments. Call Them Aurora's oldest daughter age. Fifteen was quite focused on the conductors words and narrowed her eyes as she began to plan she would learn more Tahoe. The middle sister at age twelve leaned into her mother as she generally did not like new adventures whereas coach. The youngest boy at nine years of age was clearly feeling. Ansi and wanted to explore. This incredible train finally says e. The youngest of all the stories was tired. It had already been an exciting day and she was ready to go to bed the day before this incredible adventure. Everything had been normal. Call Him and coach had gone to their respective schools. While Tag Tahoe and sesame he stayed home column the fifteen year old went to mineral Wealth High School in the township of Mineral Wealth. Two townships to the west of where their family lived. She had a long bus ride to her school and left before the others even woke tag the oldest of all the Dory's wished to go to mineral wealth high school but had health issues that required he school at home Tahoe. The twelve year old was also home schooled as she had difficulty being in the same room with many people but coach the younger boy went to the local elementary school in Drako their hometown. Sassy the youngest also schooled at home and simply preferred to spend her days with her older sister exploring the wonder of their beautiful property. They lived in a large old house that had been in the door family for generations. The House needed work and the property was quite overgrown but they all loved living there. It was the only home they had ever known. The children visited their father for one weekend. A month in the Big City of Lexington Kentucky where he shared a fancy apartment with their stepmother Larisa but that home felt more like a vacation spot for the dory children not the true home they had out in the country so Monday had been a normal day until Tahoe told her mother that there was a phone message for her tag Tahoe and Sassy hiked with their mother to the Electron Ix shed. That stood a few hundred yards away from their house. This was where they kept a computer a phone and any other electronics. That they needed tag hovered outside the shed. While the other two children joined their mother inside as they all listened to the message it was from her younger brother an who was a wealthy corporate lawyer in Chicago listen. I don't know how to say this but dad died yesterday from that strange illness. He caught a while back the one where he couldn't walk. I'm sorry I can imagine this is difficult news for you. I know the two of you were still close. The four of them were silent. They all knew their grandfather hadn't been well and was having trouble walking. But when Aurora insisted he come to Kentucky where they could all take care of him he resisted and said that he had too much that needed to be done. Aurora wished in that moment that she had insisted because she knew that she could have helped him. She could have helped him get better the children. Meanwhile we're confused. Their grandfather was dead. The great archaeology professor who travelled around the world lecturing on hidden mysteries had died. They only saw him once or twice a year. When he visited the family home in Kentucky it was a highlight for the Dory family. They loved their grandfather and his incredible stories and they felt that he loved them. Tahoe in says he continued to stand inside the building that housed the phone and listened while tag stood a little further off. They insisted that their mother put the call on speaker phone so that they could all hear their uncles words. Where IS HE AURORA? Asked him after an answered now? That's the strangest part. Her brother said in his pointed voice or I should say the beginning of the series of strange parts. It seems our father had a life that you and I didn't know about. I can't say I'm surprised but well. It's complicated his will is to be read in his estate in White Horse White Horse. She asked as she looked back at her daughter Tahoe. This place was not familiar to her or her children who all shrugged their shoulders. Exactly said her brother as it happens. Dad was fantastically rich. Like off the charts rich. I can't say I'm totally surprised. It's typical that he kept this from us. At least you and me. I'm guessing Apollo probably knew about it as the loyal older brother. Anyway I know this is tricky but you need to get to white horse by Saturday. I can book your flight if you need. Where is white horse? She asked shaking her head slightly. You can province of Canada. Said her brother. One of the northernmost cities in the entire world Aurora. Dad Apparently has had I guess a substantial estate there. I'll send you what I know so that you have a sense of what's going on Apollo. He won't return my calls so I'll find out what I can in the meantime again. I'm sorry to be the one to tell you no offense but you might have been the only one who truly cared about him. The horde to she said looking at her children using the term her father had used to describe her five children he lovingly referred to them as the horde because he saw them as uniquely powerful as a Cohesive Group. Tahoe took her mother's hand while Sassy joined tag outside and took his hand. Sorry her brother asked the kids. They cared for dad to quite a lot. Aurora. Put her hand on. Tahoe's head smiled at tag wishing he could stand a little closer. Oh Yeah that reminds me. They need to come to said her brother. You need to bring your kids to white horse for the reading of the will it stipulated more later. I gotta go and then the phone conversation was over. All three children looked up at that moment as they realized what their uncle was saying it was requested that they go on a trip along trip very long trip to a place called white horse far to the. North Tag shook his head in disbelief and wondered. How could this be possible? Tahoe squeezed her mother tight. She didn't like this request. Sassy meanwhile narrowed her eyes and seemed to be considering other things. Her uncle said but they did not have time to discuss what they had just learned because the phone rang once again the Aurora looked at the children. Surprised at first and then curious could it be a on again with more information. She raised her eyebrows and then answered again the children listened in Hello Aurora. My name is Kate campus. I'm calling from your father's estate. There was a pause. They all looked at each other in amazement and tried to make sense of all this information that was coming toward them and then the women continued first of all. I'm so sorry about your father. His death was a surprise to us. All he was a great man and a pleasure to serve you worked for him asked. Aurora. I was his council. Yes she said and I will be handling the will and his affairs. He had asked to have all three of his children as well as their children. Here in the state in tip chick. Oh I thought we needed to go to white horse said Aurora softly. This is just south of white horse. Don't worry I've arranged travel already. Oh we can't fly said glancing up a tag. Who looked worried my son. We are aware interrupted. Kate we've got you booked on the northern lights rail. We think he will be quite comfortable. A special van will arrive tomorrow to take you to the station. You needn't pack too heavily. Either clothes will be provided for you. All we imagine all of this is a shock and we wish for you to be comfortable. Oh and Aurora. You will need to bring the rain. Your father gave you in order for the will to be read. You must have your ring. We need it to break the seal on the will the Aurora put her hand to her heart which was exactly where she kept the ring her father gave her. She wore the ring around her neck on a thin chain at all times. It was precious to her. She was flushed emotion and couldn't speak but then she heard her son tag. Whisper at a distance. Ask Her who we is. She nodded at tag and then asked we. Who is we? There was a pause before the voice on the other end answered..
Bronzers and Journals
"Moving on to a different topic that but one we have not discussed. I don't think no over on for over thirty five sunless tanner cousin. That was the tide. The subject of the email. This listener writes to us. I just came to the starting realization that there is a crucial part of skin care. We have not dove into yet. Sunless tanners exclamation point times three. I have more time than usual during the self isolation and since I won't be visiting a beach anytime soon. I'm wiping out the self tanners. For a little pep. I would love to hear some wrecks of easy to use an effective self tanners or an inhouse comparison tests. I've had good luck with tart tanner's but I am trying out I'll of paradise and will report back curious to hear what others are using out there. I'm curious to. I'm curious to because I don't use anything like this I don't either and actually I'm incorrect. I believe the title of this email. Referenced Bronze Irs and so it made me think about like what we may be putting on our sheikhs but that in our face but then I believe they're also talking about like all over Sunless Tanning. Yeah. I think they are now. Has Tanning ever been a thing for you later? Channing have you ever like bought the Juergens on okay back in the day. I mean. We're probably talking like DOTS. I feel like everyone was using that. Jergens sunless tanner. I would use it. I felt like it always looks sort of streaky on me So I I was never a huge sunless. Tanner person how about you. I also went through a phase of putting that jerk stuff all over my body but I have never gotten a spray Tan. I've always wanted to but I just have never gotten around to it. I don't even know where to begin to spray tans in my life one I got in the early to mid odds before a friend and I were going on a trip to Atlantic City when I lived in Philadelphia and I loved the Spray Tan like. I thought it was amazing and I was also like Oh. This is what it would be like to be. Tam like this. This is fun. Didn't get another one for probably ten years or so. And then when I was at buzzfeed someone else was doing in article about spray tans and they got like a spray tanner to the stars to come in and they asked if anyone wanted to get a spray tan and I volunteered and it looked so bad. It looks horrendous. Oh my it was way too dark. Okay I looked. I didn't look like myself like I felt like maybe over the years. I have now romanticize this original spray Tan but I felt like what was great about my original Spray Tan. Back in two thousand and four. Was that it. I still like looked like myself and this was just like what has happened. Look Tan mom remember Tan mom. Oh remember Tan mom. I'm like fully up on Tan. Mom what she doing now. I mean she's like releasing songs and occasionally appearing on the Howard Stern show it good for her? She's still so Tan. I believe she is. Okay but yes. I do remember Tan mom yet so that was my last experience and I was just like what no so. We didn't get a spray Tan. Like for your wedding. No I didn't okay. Okay I mean. I know a lot of people do that but I was just like nervous that it wasn't going to turn out well and then you're like stuck. This is my fear. This is why I have never done it and I. I also like for example. I used to wear the steel. Bronze are as like my blush. Even owned blush. That was just what I use it. I really liked it but now I get confused over the way. Bronze is USED TO CONTOUR Like I feel like I feel like the the way we use. Makeup is evolving. And I'm still in like two thousand and four and so I don't quite have a sense of what I would do with it. Like I did. Watch him Kardashians like basic makeup routine video and then I tried to emulate at home and it looked like I tried to make a three on my face with some bronze and looked very stupid. Like I don't St- I'm still not good at countering although maybe I should take Contra Zoom cloud. We didn't. We discussed that. We were going to learn how to contour during yes. I've watched this video and I was like this was like her own doing contour herself. So I thought I could at least figure it out as opposed to a makeup artist. I couldn't I had no idea what was happening. So there you go so anyway this is. This is a spot where we would love some listener feedback. Yeah we would love to tell us. What are you doing this? For Sunless Tanning are you doing? It is still a thing. What do you like? What don't you like tell us because I would. I am totally game to get a bunch of stuff and try it out for the sake of the pod I just. I'm not sure where to begin. So I'm ready okay. Great I'm ready to experiment okay. Story I think you've gotta read this this so I'm happy to I've been reflecting lately on the act of journaling and I think you two are the perfect people to reflect with me on this. When I was a child I used to try to keep a diary as documentation of my life growing up in the nineties with Nickelodeon. I was inspired by the movie. Harriet the spy and wanted to have the dedication that Michelle Trachtenberg character had with her writings however I was never very disciplined by. Diaries were sporadic. And I judge myself harshly for that in my mid twenties. I hit a rough patch in my life and my other wonderful sister. Hope Gifted me a journal to help me work through anxieties. Something clicked and I stopped writing for posterity or documentation. I started writing to get things out of my head. I stop worrying about continuity I would mention people places or events without preamble for my quote audience in fact I began my journals things that I would never even myself read again often because I assumed it would be too painful to revisit them. Journaling has been a great way for me to clear the junk out of my head now that we are in this unique time in history. And I'm expecting my first child that I should be. Writing for an audience has crept in again. I have the urge to think more of my writings as documentation that will be meaningful to someone else at some point. I'm definitely not a dance. Like no one is watching kind of person and this perspective is stifling. Dory I know you've been dabbling with generally more lately and since we're both writers. I'm so curious to hear what you think of on this question of audience for journaling. Do you write for no one like I prefer or for future you for your children or historians. I would love to hear from other listeners as well. Well well who do you? Who Do you write in your journal? Forgery? I think I write for future me I think I do too. I feel like writing for no one. I I kind of doing that. 'cause I'm not really thinking about the intended reader right but ultimately the intended reader is going to be future. Yeah hopeful and I say that as someone who still has kept journals pretty much through through college inconsistently but I have journals through college And I do enjoy a kate like not all the time but like occasionally I have gone back and looked through the journals and it like it is really wild to look through them and read them like re not just read about your your state of mind but like what you were doing and who you're hanging out with and I don't know I like I just find I find it really interesting but I also you know I like history and I like documents and so does obviously find interesting too. Yeah I you know when. My My parents gave me a journal the Christmas while I was living at home when my mom had pancreatic cancer and so I have a journal that kind of starts about three months before my mom died and it is really because that time in my life is so fraught and I don't remember anything from it. It is actually really moving to go back and read it and it's also very hard and miserable but it is really interesting to just see what my state of mind was during that time and I also have kept journals on and off my whole life. I mean I do think you do have to be prepared for if you are no longer around someone else reading it. You know like that is a reality that could happen.
Hand Cream Call Ins
"On a lighter note a later note we are. Dory you intro this I was just GonNa say. We have a voicemail that wanted to clarify some things high indoor. I am calling from Sunny. South Florida for Thai caller. Her had to pause the pod in of my diamond painting That I do in the morning which is really nice anyway. There was some dilemma about how to pronounce a company. It starts with an L. I worked for this company all through college. They do have fantastic. Cancun infantry if you have tried that we should definitely try it so the way you pronounce the company is locked e ton so locks by bagels and lox bright e e talked like a dark off. Luxy. Tom Okay of the foul inside of Luxy. Tom luxy Thanh Luxy. Don Loki tain like saying my head for forty one years. John Dory did you. Have you ever heard of diamond painting kits? No I have not okay. Listen do yourself a favor and give it a Google because you're essentially painting with tiny stones. It's like paint by number. But instead of using paint plus pike place little stones into the spots that align with their number. I'm very intrigued by this. Wow Yeah now. Are they real diamonds. But I'm dumb enough to believe that they might be. Oh Wow this looks like are even try to make. You could like ruin your eyesight. I know you're like literally using little tiny little tiny beads to paint like starry night. And you can do a custom like it looks like you can do a painting painting. I know what getting you for your birthday. Is it a painting of my dog? No Oh okay well. I'll just let it go. I hope it's the earth wind and fire diamond painting that I'm looking at right now on the Internet. All right well. Continuing with the theme of hand cream and hand lotion received another voicemail. That really just warmed my heart. My nineties heart. High didn't do are I was just listening to an episode. Where you guys were asking for. Handcream recommendation And I definitely have a favorite wanted. To share it by crabtree. Evelyn and I mean. Honestly there's everyone remember how popular that like. Maybe the nineties. I don't know anyone still really shopping. But they still exist and they have my fever a hand cream that I loved when I was a teenager for some reason on and then we discovered about five years ago. It's their gardeners hand. Therapy comes in it. Hand colored top league too And enriching the I actually reserved us as my nighttime hand cream and so I only use it right before bed hustle using it more often recently all that hand washing and they tend to reserve it for night ten to four but I actually put on a little bit of oil beforehand and then I haven't seen on top on and wake up with really more strike hands and they'd be like your preventative Mature handcream approach. You can kind of stave off that train at that Is happening lost it because of all the wash again at tree an Easel and gardeners hand therapy? I use the original formula. Other original spent have tried the other ones. But that is so. I hope that this hope folks In this eighth ladies.
Hand Cream Recommendations: Wool Wax
"This next email is a recommendation. I had not heard of had you know I had not this listener. Rights just listened to the most recent episode and thought I'd send a quick recommendation for a handcream. My mom discovered this product through a friend and has now gotten me addicted. Let me introduce you to wool wax. I think I remember one of you talking about Lance Lynn. Before your chapped lips. This is a land based product but for your hands it has been an absolute lifesaver during this time and we now have them scattered around the House Dory style plus during this time. I think it's fantastic to support family. Businesses and farms and this company is owned by a cattle sheep. Ranching family an eastern Montana and we will link to the company website and a couple of places to buy it because this listener very thoughtfully provided us with those things. Thank you listener. Thank you so much wool wax wax. We'll wax okay. All right
Trump says 3M 'will have a big price to pay' over face masks
"Something but on the the mask issue this story is interesting because this was a big issue yesterday the New York Post president trump said three and what will have a big price to pay after you ordered the manufacturing giant to turn out more protective face mask for the coronavirus fight trump invoked the defense protection our protection act to get more N. ninety five respirators from the Minnesota based company after seeing what they were doing with their masks he tweeted they were selling their masks overseas an American company the going rates the way their business model works is they make the mass and then they sell them to brokers for kind of like wholesalers who then sell them around the world that's where the business model of work well states we're going to three AM and say we need these masses are well very well you go to the brokers the brokers were sitting there going well that's neat how much you got all right well I've got China is offering me more than that so we're selling them to China even though you pre paid for these things you've ordered them they're on their way we're selling them to China because we can get more money for them immediately and an ideal system where everything is all hunky dory that's fine this is not an ideal system where everything is hunky dory this is a pandemic so the president said no no more overview your cutting out the middle man they got too greedy they got in a in a time of need read they put their bottom line over the country and the they got cut out of it and three AM is now under government control
My Quarantine Project? An Ingrown Hair.
"So what else have you been doing? I've been really invested in popping an ingrown hair dory. That's doing you are speaking my language. I know someone was like wow. It sounds like you've got a really exciting thing to work under in quarantine and I was like yes I do. I have a very bad ingrown hair dory where how it happened. It is read. It is tender and It's my project. Can I ask how? You've been addressing it well for about a week. I didn't even notice them one day. I was like wow. This is my pubic region. I and I don't know what like I don't shave where it just happened so I I finally noticed it and I was like okay. I'm just GonNa let that live. And just be and then it kind of burst recently is Tampa listeners. Alert and team. I alert and then I was like. Ooh What do I do now? You know like I'm not going to the doctor. Because there's that's just not an option right now for non urgent things so you know like maybe I'd go to the dermatology I don't know what is the doctor we're GONNA do so. I'm just Kinda Kinda letting it play out with the warm compress with some neo sporran but like I have not been able to get the hair out and I don't WanNA irritated further So we're just kind of coexisting together me and the syndrome hair and it's just a real. I don't know ingrown hairs like. They don't happen as much for me anymore. So it's just kind of like an interesting project I have gone. I'm excited for you. I mean me too. I hope I don't make it worse. I'm just mostly trying not to let it get infected. Yeah so so there's no sign of the actual hair. No but like I did post a photo of it to my main mom facebook group that. I'm in because I was like I need someone to help me on this. This one and people have been guiding me on how to try to get the hair out like including like people who are actual medical professionals but so far dory. It's I don't know where it you know. You have a pair of very sharp tweezers. No I mean I kind of I kind of have a pair but like I. I need to sterilize them before I go digging around them. Yeah anyway skill leading drama literally. You did there. That was a pun upon. Yeah I probably shouldn't even way on this because I don't think my methods her sanctioned you go rogue on those ingrown hairs like I go rogue and I wouldn't want to encourage any bad behavior in you or any of our listeners. Yeah and again like this is also something that I'm like. Well I've got. I've got nothing but time right now so I'm being more patient with it. I think because I'm warm warm compressing. I took a bath last night hoping that might help. But it didn't so yeah I will certainly keep you up to date lease do I feel very say during the the other thing is. I'm trying not to use it as an outlet for my stressing anxiety. Because I've been talking about Face picking and I had actually talked to my therapist about it because I was really going at it on my arms and scanning my body like rubbing over my body to kind of feel around for things to pick so I have been really trying to kind of consciously. Just examine that and be aware of it so I also have to actively not let this be a thing you know what I mean. Yep Yep Yep Yep Yep Yep
UK Health Minister met Boris Johnson before coronavirus diagnosis
"Health workers in Britain are attempting to trace people who've been in contact with the government health minister infected by the coronavirus the dean dories fast showed symptoms on Thursday the same day she attended a Downing Street reception hosted by the prime minister Boris
Will coronavirus cause a global recession?
"Today I'm joined by our economics editor Chris Giles to look at the risk. The Corona virus epidemic poses to the global economy news stories about the spread of the virus. Often focus on the human cost quite rightly but also growing economic costumes disruption to trade supply chains tourism and transport. So what is the risk that this will push? The global economy into recession can the actions of central bankers and policymakers. Help avoid this Chris. Let's start with damage. What are the sectors of the global economy? That worst affected. And how big is the damage? So far you've mentioned the big ones tourism damaged very substantially in the areas where the outbreak is quite severe. So it's Li China parts of Asia. We're seeing huge pools in two stumbles. And that has a knock-on effect straight away to airlines in particular but other transport hotels leisure facilities all of the sorts of companies often small companies particularly when economic down to hotels restaurants and other leisure activities. So we're still in the part of this crisis where we don't really have any hard economic data but we can expect some very very large impacts which we expect to be temporary. We've got some surveys. The pair my from China was dreadful. Was the biggest drope. Even that the financial crisis in history in February Chinese costs without ninety percent that is not a normal number for any part of the economy. Because if you have a lock down. Lots of things simply won't happen. So those are the sectors. The ones that you've mentioned supply chain's first-quarter loss of this would come out into manufacturing. Why plants which shut down because essentially. I couldn't get parts of that is all happening. We don't know exactly how serious it is quite hard to pull this together. What we know that in China. It's very serious. You can see that from the pollution. Tater the upside is that. There's a lot less pollution but also means as a lot less activity going on and that is now spreading out around the world. Everyone thought it was going to be a reasonable sort of year in terms of economic growth the US China trade tensions calm down that when things pretty hunky Dory if unspectacular how vulnerable is the global economy because the epidemiologists are so uncertain about how far the viruses spread. The economists started off predicting very small total global economic impacts but those a growing pretty much by the day. We're now seeing pretty large effects. Go think the CDs is the best focused for the global economy. We we've had so far. They say that if it stays pretty limited said limited as to China and parts of Southeast Asia then the knock on effect on the global economy would be to take off half percent in twenty twenty percentage point off growth so to put four not two point nine percent but if it spreads much further than the two point nine could easily Hav and go to one point five or so. That's where we roughly on that is a reasonable for cost range at but as easy to get if this spreads much further there we're GonNa hit contraction touch the grabble economy and I think one thing you need to remember is one hundred percent we even to put. Four percents of the global economy does really put us in the zone. Way You talk about global recession because eight eight in the ten percent smallest levels of growth in any sort of reasonable historical period. And so if it's in that sort of button tenth of echo performance than we are talking really about to grab her recession and two point. Five percent of growth is whether the IMF likes to talk about recession. Does this crisis hit a weak spot? How damaging do you think it will be in terms of corporate debt levels and government at levels? Is it catching a time when the world is really quite indebted yes? I don't think this is one of the worries. The second round affects the if we have a short at shop down then we get over the corona virus problem and things get back to normal within. Yes you could knock activity off twenty twenty growth and is not the end of the world and it doesn't have lasting knock on effects. This is your classic v-shape recession shop down by shop up once the crisis posts. Not that much Tom Dunn. Everyone's lost a bit of money. But you can make a bit up where that gets more worrying than spreads into something more insidious in more longer lasting such stock companies that we find lots of worries in the global economy if he'd have to reach him in the IMF global financial reports tonight concerns about the levels of corporate debts in the world. More than than others venture. I read quite a lot of the cage since the financial crisis a decade ago companies have looted themselves up with the more that though Poke its vulnerability and those pockets is on the busy if that hit by a short cashback program that content short cashman from something. Massively more serious. So this is why. We're seeing lots of central banks policymakers old trying to make sure that banks full close that there's full balance of that that we don't have this little second round where a short term problem terms into something more serious but I think we're saying with things likeness small case globally but in the UK. On Thursday we see Flyby a small regional carrier which was in trouble anyway. Will that's going on because it's the straw that broke the camel's back and I think you'll see that with other companies as we move into this crisis particularly begins to lost a long time that companies web banks will pretty worried about finances anyway while this poopie the loss tool.
Going Gray Gracefully
"Looks like we have a voice. Melkite Yep keeps Dory. I kept you from Chicago and I wanted to get your take on going gray. I'm thirty six and I've colored my hair off and on for the last ten years. The last time I had my hair done August twenty nineteen and about three inches of growth with financial color which is a mix of light brown tones sprinkles of great and probably more noticeable to me. Honestly than anyone else I know like robot will be easiest now since my overall grade is low if I e to be asleep to coloring my hair every couple of weeks as I get greater I've decided to say fuck it and stop coloring. My hair friends had noticed micro out as well as some of Migraines and when compare your hair? I told them that. I'm not touching that my roots anymore. So many close friends said wow. You're so brave or wow. I just wish I could let myself go like that. I've been taking pictures of women who are also their thirties. Who have these long beautiful locks? Pictures that I've saved for my day to day inspiration as well as my confidence building. I started following grant instagram. Which has been a godsend and I get from friends. I show that these photos of these gorgeous silver victims in their thirties. Only to hear them. Say Wow these women just like healthy sixty sixty come on. I'd like to think that I've pretty useful looking skin. Which of course attribute to this pod my religious Arosa oil as well as never missing monthly facial appointment. But I have to be real with myself and I WANNA start embracing my hair. I also don't want people to look at me and say well. She looks like a healthy six year. Old when I'm only thirty six so with so much pressure for women to look youthful. How does one go great gracefully on a side note? I've been listening to your pod since December twenty eighteen. At which time I found you both randomly I started from the beginning and I since caught up and you both have become my weekly phone friends. I would love to hear your take on how to embrace the gray. Also thank you for listening to my voice now which started off as an email which turned into renew beating an easy. No on your voicemail so much love from Chicago Chicago Chicago. Welcome me I want to visit you. I've never been really yeah. I've mentioned that like a million times here heaven. I know I have never been to the windy city. Wow I mean. I haven't been that many times. I've been three times I would love an arena. I would love to go and visit like as a tourist love to do for over thirty five experience. Yeah love to eat your hot dogs in your pizzas pizzas pretty good knock on route for your baseball teams because Red Sox fan now and you know what I'm not going to go in the winter not neither but otherwise I'm in. Yeah saying so you bring up just a great question about graying hair but also about the way we have been conditioned to believe that aging is not beautiful and that looking like were twenty is the only way to exist. So how do you gray gracefully I believe was the question and I st- GonNa say it. Sounds like you're doing it. Yeah you know and we are very conditioned to cover up our graze and so I hate to put the pressure like the onus on you but you doing you going ray is going to make it easier for somebody else to buck beauty standards and do it. And I you know made me think about coloring my hair because I get highlights I don't really have a ton of gray's they come out every now and then my mom never colored her hair and she really liked her salt and pepper gray hair and so that is not been. Some wasn't something that I grew up like an expectation or something I would do. I do think for myself. My inclination would be to color my hair. So I'm wondering how I'm how I will approach us when the time comes. Yeah I don't know you don't call your hair either. I now highlight it. That's right you to get highlights and kind of in the same boat as you with the grays like. I have a few here and there but I. I don't have enough that it's something I even feel like. I need to think about on this listeners. Speaking specifically to going gray in their thirties. Yeah and you know that is something that then people get get into the conversation of lake. Wow you're so brave you know and I think we have to be real about the fact that there are major pressures on all people totally but we're talking specifically about our experiences as women during an eye to remain looking quote unquote young youthful anti-aging et Cetera et cetera. And I would love to talk to more people who have gone through this with their hair. Yeah I haven't known that many people to do it I've known a couple Who went gray very young and just said fuck it and were gray like in their twenties. We are in this period now where some of the youth are dying. Their hair grey yes. The irony is not lost on any of which is like so funny to me So I don't know I don't know I don't have the answer. I'd love to hear from listeners. About this yeah and I mean there are people who go gray and gray is beautiful and I. I also think. Click one thing. I aspire to slash M. Nowhere near there yet is embracing the physical changes at paging and embracing them as beautiful. Not like as you know a ball and chain terrible thing happening and that is that will take a massive shift in my thinking I am again. Not There but boy. It's something that I would love to to really Touch and experience another hair question. Yeah Hi Kate Dory. I'm now forty five and have been coloring my hair and embarrassingly long time for a I could stretch it out for months between Salon visits but now my roots come in like something out of the fast and furious franchise and they're not just a little grey but totally white think Santa. I totally dig in respect. Women who make the choice not to color their hair as they could older. But I'm just not there yet. This is a long way of saying. I'm getting tired of spending hundreds of dollars a year on visits to the Salon for color. Do you or other members of their forever. Thirty-five of the Ferber thirty-five community have tips regarding diy hair-color. I'm thinking both good brands and how to ideas. I'm not looking to do anything ambitious brown hair and I just want to continue to have brown hair. I don't this is one of those. Open it up to the listener situation for me personally because my immediately my immediate thought the only diy hair coloring. I know of is that when I was a teenager. I used to dye my hair with Kool aid powder. I used to dye my hair myself with like semi permanent. Yeah box color ox color to Haven't done that in years. Also and I would love to hear people have experienced with this way in my understanding. Is that route? Touch-ups are more difficult to do on your own than like a full head die But I would love to again here from other people about that. Yeah we unfortunately don't have experience. I mean my the extent of my like home hair experiences like clairol. Nice and easy yeah. That's I normally would just go have gone to like walgreens picked out the color. I wanted to be in that. I would have red hair. Yeah I still do that from time to time. Oh I haven't done it in a while. I would silicon the last five years but yeah I've always done my own color now. I get highlights. They can't do that myself. Yeah the one time. I tried to highlight my hair. I painted a blonde circle on my head and my God. It was so awful. What did you do My mom was very generous and paid for me. I was a teenager and she paid for me to get it fixed at a hair salon. It was so bonker story was
A Sneak Peek of the Wild & Scenic Film Festival
"What is the wild and scenic film festival? It's it sounds like a bunch of hippies drinking up in Nevada Vada city. You're not wrong The Wild and scenic film festival is a opportunity for filmmakers and activists from around the world to come together to tell the stories that they care most about About protecting the environment. And this is your first podcast so low right you. You had all the equipment you went up you. You didn't know who you can exactly interview. What was it like Well it was exciting I did lose my phone with all the recordings on it for a period of about twelve of hours but luckily thanks to the The kind hearted people in Nevada city. I was able to get my my phone back with all these interviews. So crisis averted so Nevada city is like the heart of the like eighteen fifties goldrush right the forty niners that that's where everything happened is amazing when you go there because it looks looks like this old gold town. That's right it's it's right in the Sierra foothills in it it does look like and feel like in some ways that you're going back in time and and Melinda The Executive Director of the South you've ever citizens league tells us a little bit about Nevada city and history in the ways in which the Yuba river in particular has really shape the town cool so his Sarah talking with Melinda booth. Who's responsible for bringing this huge festival together every year? Uh So this film festival is now in its eighteenth year and it's an environmental an adventure film based festival here in Nevada city and Grass Valley California. So we're we're in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains about halfway between Sacramento and Lake Tahoe and we had some beautiful snow last night. Blanketing our town. But it's sunny and melting and we're ready for the eight thousand people that are going to come to our small foothills town for this. Annual event. So South River Citizens League we affectionately refer to ourselves by our acronym circle was founded back in nineteen ninety-three and a bunch of concerned citizens came together when dams were proposed on the South Yuba River and they decided that's not what they wanted for the river in their community and they banded together and fought those dams over sixteen years. It was a sixteen year long fight but they were ultimately successful in protecting the river by by achieving California State designation for wild and scenic status for thirty nine miles to the south you bought which permanently protects it this community really is all about the Yuba River. It's an economic driver for us. It's a place of renewal. It's a place of recreation. It's habitat refuge. It's definitely one of the most scenic rivers in California cornea and you have these beautiful smooth granite boulders. You have these emerald waters you have deep pools. It's relatively warm in the summer and it's a magical place. There's more folks who enjoy the river naked than clothed but. Tell us a little bit about the film festival. I see that the Tagline is where activism gets inspired tired so back in nineteen ninety nine. One circled did achieve that wild and scenic status for the river they were to crossroads and decided You know they achieved what they set out to to do. And so then the question was okay well organization done. Did we reach our goal or is there more to do and they quickly realized that. Gosh there's so much more to do. Circles mission is to unite the community to protect and restore the river. And there's lots of work to be done year round so we're focusing on that mission throughout the entire watershed so from the headwaters waters up at sugarbush ski resort if people know the area that's near the headwaters all the way down to the confluence with the feather river in Marysville the founders of the film festival were very very forward thinking and realized if they could create something that could create a sustainable funding source to help the organization that would be a real help to achieving in our mission and so wild and scenic film festival was created. It was of course named after the win of wild and scenic status and it started as two nights heights and one venue back in two thousand and three and it's grown here in twenty twenty to take place in two towns. We have venues and grass valley and Nevada city. It's five days as we have ten film venues. We have activists workshops we have celebrations. We have virtual reality lounge. We have an environmental art exhibition. There's really a whole lot. Outgoing on does the film festival travel and are there ways for people that live elsewhere to enjoy the festival and enjoy these films. Yes so we kick it off every year in January January here in the foothills in Nevada city grass valley in January but then we hit the road and we take these films on tour so you might see a wild and scenic event near you we have about two hundred and fifty events annually reaching more than sixty five thousand people with these inspiring stories and you can search for an event in your area and if there's not one you can be a host so what we do which I think is really incredible. Is We're actually partnering with Environmental Organizations. Really any kind of organization who want it to host a festival in their area so that they can raise awareness for issues in their community and raise funds for the work that they're doing so it's a really cool partnership a way to get these films seen inspire more people and really Increase the groundswell for the environmental movement. As a whole I love that Can you give us an example or tells Tulsa story about maybe the most inventive or unusual way that people have brought the wild and scenic film festival to their community. I love it when people do outdoor screenings screenings. It's really great so we have some folks in Florida with their shoes off toes in the sand. Watch these films at night outside so one of the cool things about living in Sacramento obviously is the Sacramento River. And I've always had this dream of going being from reading down to the sea. One of the cool movies that you've got to see them super jealous about is cold the Sacramento at current speed and these guys go in that story story which is a teeny little boat and floated down and you go to catch up with them. Tell us about Tom and Mitch. Thomason mentor great to me. They really exemplify the film festival which his in many cases transforming what we might consider to be ordinary people. That didn't you know. Set their careers to be filmmakers or even necessarily activists who fell in love with place and wanted to tell that story to others. And that's exactly what happened with Mitch and Tom. They would go out occasionally with each other with their wives on the river and in came to be Really compelled by the river and wanting to protect it and so they made this film Which ended up winning the twenty twenty people's Choice Award a really beautiful film and Really Beautiful Film and story and I thought it was special to that. Of course the Sacramento River flows through Sacramento so we've paddled on it and Goes through the very place where a lot of decisions about water in the entire state are made so just a lot of Nice different connections with this one. Sara Fest Out Utah With Mitch Dion and then with Tom Bottles who made the Sacramento at current speed. Which won the People's Choice Award The wild and scenic Film Festival Mitch starts by explaining how the idea for the film was launched? A was just looking for a place to row my boat down a river. I Love Rivers. I really like my little dory boat and I live in truckee aunt kind of stumbled on the Sacramento as a place to do some overnight trips without having to drive halfway across the country to Utah. Colorado or Idaho so Several years ago my wife and I didn't overnight trip on a section of the upper for Sacramento where we through our bikes into the boats camped overnight and they invite the shuttle back up to the car and we had so much fun. And we were so enamored with with what we found down there that I started doing longer trips. and Um Tom and I done lots of adventures together. But we've never took advantage Jeff. Our professional lives. He's a videographer and has made lots of films so I started telling her friends. It's about the project down here on the Sacramento and Tom's ears perked up and he said found sounds very well. Maybe you should make a movie of IT and So just hopped in my boat and Loaded up with camera gear and some food and crackers and smoke cheese and took off below reading and Started in a two week journey down the SACRAMENTO Some of which I done before and below Qaluza all the way down into the Delta was was unknown unknown you. I know that people navigate this piece of river all the time but whether we could actually row it and make it out there we really have. I've no idea all heard that the winds were extreme down there that Might be a really difficult journey. And Good Luck. What is it that you wanted to share with people the Sacramento River? The big thing is this water belongs to all of us and people may not realize that it's public domain. It's the water is supposed has to be managed to use for the use that's most beneficial to the most number Californians and you know we know that's a simple concept and after after that everything gets really complicated because a lot of give and take in tug of war but we need to be wake watch. What's happening attention to what's going on Out there because it belongs to all of
Getting Glammed Up For The iHeartRadio Podcast Awards
"Going to chat a little bit of top here on this episode about our experiences at the iheartradio podcast awards. Oh yes because we got clammed up we sure did we shared it and we're going to break down our Glam because we were nominated we were nominated for best fashion and beauty. PODCAST and spoiler. We won we won an an award. We won an award. I mean not to to my own horn but Tutu to say smash that Horn Button Dory because it was very very cool to win an award. It was cool and before we won I was sort of like whatever and then we won and I was like this is the coolest thing ever. We also didn't the plan on winning so when they announced games we'd just laughed. We did we really. And we did not have any nothing to say. But we were nominated alongside such awesome. Awesome podcasts yeah and fat Mascara naked beauty dressed the history of fashion and the cut on Tuesdays. Look at you and we beat them all it. Just kidding I mean look it was great to meet so many people just be around other pods around other podcasters. See Gavin to grow perfor- Kevin Durant perform was. He was very still. He's still got lucky. Still got it and it was cool just being like getting to meet the people who made the Elizabeth homes theranos dropout podcast for your cool. They were cool. We just got to chat with people. It was neat. Yeah it was like seeing all your favorite podcast people. Irl The guy who does lower was lurking around everywhere share. Was He presented an Award Conan. O'Brien Conan there. He didn't stay for the after party though he didn't Nora mcnerney our favorite successors were Stanton won an award. Anyway that was very cool and during I don't normally glam without. We would discuss that up top on this episode and we should say this is a guest free episode. Yes we're trying out ESTA just us for better or for worse. You're stuck with us today. We're trying something new where we just have occasional episodes where it's just too we can make if we attorney okay. Okay so airbrushed my life you. Did you know when I went into your bedroom to change. Noticed it on your nightstand and I was like. Ah He airbrushed her leg. Okay so I've never had a spray Tan I've always wanted to get one and it just feels like a lot of work work and so I've never done it. Yeah and then. The thought crossed my mind because I was wearing a short dress without stockings. And then I was like. I don't have the energy or the time or the money and one of my kids was sick last week and involved like a trip to the emergency room and it was a whole spiel so instead I went to Ulta and I purchased Sally. Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs Lotion. Okay and I just rub it on. So it's not a self tanner it kind. I don't know what what it is. Is it basically like tinted moisturizer for your legs. Yes but it also like smooth them out in a way that felt very creepy but also wonderful laming in your legs look great they looked. I have you know. I'm pretty pasty. I bruise easily. Same you know and look no shame and loving ourselves as we they are but for this event I wanted airbrushed legs so look for like eight bucks. Yeah it was. It was Kinda fun purchase. I would definitely use it again. Was it something that you went to Ulta to get. Did you know you're going to get them or you just saw and you're like oh no sounds like a good idea. I went because I knew because a woman I worked with WHO used to work in television news once told me about it and she was like always used the Sally Hansen airbrush legs spray. I got the lotion and the spray. And they went with the lotion. Okay but I also went to Ulta to get press on nails. Yes your nails looked amazing because I wanted to try press on nails because there's been a lot of changes in the world of press on nails. Since we were children there have been there have been advances. PRESA nails are very good now. They stay on and so I bought myself some dashing diva diva press on nails. They looked amazing. Like I kind I kind of I was like oh I should have just done this because I didn't have time to get a manicure. Didn't even think about it exactly way. I could have bought you some. Although they were like they were like wiped out at the alte I went to which makes me think. Yes all the iheartradio podcast award award nominee westwards press on now CONAN there. I just think it's a thing people are doing now. Yes the like technology. The adhesive technology is it's much better than it was back when we were young INS. I was just noticing. You're not wearing them anymore. No I took them off. Because the following morning I had to participate in like a garden build older my children and how were they to remove pretty easy actually just yeah and so you know for me I have very short nails are very thin. Nails nails I've gotten very into powder dip but that kind of did a number on my nails the that broke and mail. Yes which listener recently asked just how that is it healed itself. Oh good good good grew out but anyway that was the other thing I did press on nails love that was like a new new beauty adventure. Really Fun Yeah. L. Shaved for the first time in like two months. Okay I put. I'd used wander beauties baggage claim. I'm asks before I did my makeup I should say I didn't do you make up during I hired Glam squad. We sure didn't really went for it. We did we should tell everyone I did not WanNa get Glam squad dory was like no. It wasn't going to bring it up and since you're bringing what let's just do our own hair and makeup in. You're very persistent. Well you know what it was. We recently had photos taken and I did my own hair and makeup and I thought I looked fine. I thought I looked good. And then we got the photos back and I was like I guess they did my makeup for like irl life and not not Hitler and not not like photographing life. Yeah and it's different. It's different and it was like you know what this thing is a red carpet. I've never walked red carpet before and our award is getting handed out on the red carpet which they informed us like four days ahead of time. And what if I'm going to be photographed by at least I wanNA feel like I look my best. We are also in the fashion and beauty cat and we were in fashioned beauty category. So I felt like if I showed up with like I don't know bad hair crappy. Makeup people will be like what so I said this in. Kate was sort of like. I don't think so. I don't think we need it. I don't think I'm going to do it and then you came around. I think you saw one of the other nominees getting prepped. Yeah and they looked amazing and I was like what am I thinking. Yeah and then thankfully. I'm glad we did because we got our pictures taken. Yeah we did. It has never happened to me in my life and you know I felt like we looked good. Someone we got our hair done and like actually did my hair and you have like a hairstyle like you were like. This is how I want. I want my hair to look. I know it was exciting. I had a whole theme yet. Had A cat I for the first time great. I felt comfortable and confident. You look MoD. That's what I was kind of going for laud goes into it I also want to say that I wore a spanks body suit which I don't mind body whereabout shape wear. I realize that's this may be controversial but actually Kinda like it. I wore the formerly pregnant. Persons version of shape wear which is huge maternity underwear. Where which sounds very comfortable? It's like super comfortable space and it goes up. Goes all the way up. Didn't you tell me that you would like thought about wearing some sort of like like bodysuit and then you're like fuck this well okay. So I wore address from a brand called Farm Rio which learned about on busy Phillips Instagram. Busy rocks that the farmer they make really beautiful dresses like amazing prints and they had a black Friday sale and so I bought a couple of dresses. The dresses are low. Cut and one of them has an open back so from Rio also sells these body suits that you can wear under the dresses interesting so I bought a couple bodysuits. 'CAUSE I was like I'm not really like a super low cut dress person but then when I was trying on the dress which is like it was like a Kaftan style dress very low cut uniform. Thank you I put on a third love BRA that I hadn't worn since before I got pregnant but it sort sort of fits again and it's a very pretty fuchsia Bra. That kind of went with my dress and it was like peeking out not I wasn't like fully exposed does but it was kind of peeking out and I was like you know what I look good. I'm GONNA wear this without the body. Suit it also had an open back so you could like see my brow which like I historically would never do but I was like who cares and then we were walking in. There was a real housewife walking in front of us. It was STOSKOPF from vendor pumper. I think it was actually I. I think it was Aaron. What's her face went and looked up starseed's outfit and confirmed Nazi? Okay Yeah I was because I I thought I see then I thought it was the other one. Okay now. You're saying it was I looked. I like old. STODGY podcast. She was wearing. I mean to be fair. She's wearing a jeweled exposed bra. It was cool though but she was wearing an exposed for. Yeah and and then I googled. Like broad jewelry. Yeah couldn't find one if anyone has the Intel on Bras I bet she just bought a bejeweled brought like I bet that she bought it is I bet she bought a Bra. That is meant to be exposed. I liked that I thought that was kind of a cool way to like sexy up. Your Bra Strap Straw. Yeah so she did look great So yes so. I wore that dress which was like totally outside my comfort zone but I felt great and I were shoes that I bought when my book came out so that was two and a half years ago. I've hardly worn since they're like these beautiful hot pink mules these like kind of I dunno flower looking things on them. I'm not describing them very well but I got to where those and I felt good and so that was really fun. I also felt really good. I rented address from rent the runway. Yeah and I wore shoes news that I have worn like once that I've always want excuse to wear and I also felt good and I was. I went a little out of my comfort zone getting my hair kind of done up. I've been doing my eye makeup differently and it felt really fun which I think is when we talk about like beauty and beauty culture and all all the stuff like the point of any of it for me I hope is to have fun. Yes like to express full which is one of your words your yeah and that was. I felt that the whole night like I felt like we were ourselves. And we're comfortable. I don't know about you but I felt confident totally I also felt like true to myself and my style. Yes I feel the exact same really cool and also reminded me that like I'm rarely in a position anymore where I have to get dressed up for anything and that sometimes it's really fun to get dressed up.
"dory" Discussed on Busted Open
"Only making your opponent look good but building your opponent because without building your opponent you're beating no one That was one of the things that you that was. Probably the I think the first name other than take care of person that you don't hurt somebody but right behind that was hey I want to have a five minute match and I want you to spin that whole five minutes A building the guy that you're in ring with Ryan like that was one of the things that that helped my game. The most and it was those sessions at the funk dough because I learn how but I hadn't learned win and wear air and picture difficult to learn to and that's that's the seminars that I teach each now and is because of what I learned from the DOJ. Oh and that's what I think. Why Albert is such a good teacher and why Steve Carino is such a good teacher as got to Heidi and and Steve Regal is is a genius? Just just. He's just smart Well rounded wrestling But Mike people come away from you what is it. What about you and your teachers? Now that makes people exorb- it so quickly quickly Sometimes trying to sometimes it takes a lot of time and sometimes they go quick What my semi absorb resolve it so quickly? I I think the idea that this is not a taking business you can't you can't you. Can't get along that way. Somebody will block you. Somebody will be tougher Somebody will stop you. It's a giving business and it has to be that way and once you got that Then learning the technical oh bounce falls Kohl's That's another part of it and that has to be good. It has to be well done. It has to be learned. And that may be where Some wrestlers take more time to learn the business soon others Just learning the technical moves but they have to be They have to be excellent right along with The story about what you give the technical wrestling has to be excellent to Dorey sorry We got a call a phone call just before you came on with us from our good friend. Scott L. A. Who wanted us to ask you this question? And it's you know we lost somebody that you were familiar within the ring. I know yet a few him in Detroit. And that's Perot who passed away yesterday morning. Any any thoughts are recollections of one of the greats that we lost yesterday. I did not know that I'm very sad to hear that CERTAPRO was A big card for us in Amarillo Texas for that matter and Very hurt to hear here that he's passed away he did a he was a great performer. Just style is completely different And he did a fabulous job. I'm very sorry to hear. He's passed away and his family My condolences yeah and we you know we just lost him yesterday morning at the age of eighty nine Dory funk you know obviously having you on and you've been mentioned a lot lately with the resurgence of the NWEA Nikau this who's the NWEA champion right now. Looks at you as a mentor. what do you think about The re formation of the NWEA the resurgence of the NWEA. And what are your thoughts on. Nick Alvis I think nick eldest is terrific job I think he's a great champion and he's learned the part about this and that always taking business it's a given business He does a terrific job and he's he's a great champion. I wish all the best in the world he's also You're a good friend who had a chance to work with him. Some you know one I got the spin Three days with the are two days from SAR with the forgotten sons. If you will. And we got him mm-hmm well the tag team from annexed Tae the forgotten sons. Ta Okay and they I know they I remember seeing them out of fucking doj a few years ago When they were first you know starting to train rain and now you know they're they're doing such a good job and I look at you still have representation Would Nikau wow does. And if a gotten sons on television today and so many more people that you've trained Is there anybody in the pipeline line. Now that you're working with that we should look forward to. Oh boy I get it Wrestler down here in our training camp. Yep shake logan and he does a terrific job. He's a great athlete. A mix of that gymnast in a great wrestler and that's the combination that you need that he is is really put his What we call chiming in the wrestling business?.
"dory" Discussed on Busted Open
"We're closing out two thousand nineteen that he thought Jon Moxley was really going to have career year in two thousand twenty well. There's no better way to start off the year. The Nets segment that we got Wednesday night. Like to me. That's really going to transcend Jon. Moxley and I said it earlier in the week. And it's True Jon. Moxley was not happy in the WWE. He chose to leave he. He did things the right way. You can't blame them. He went out. Wait until wait until his contract was over any any left. But he's living the dream. You know to being a part of wrestle wrestle kingdom fourteen at the Tokyo Dome you know to to have that match yet with Kenny Omega On the pay per view for Awa and then to have the segment like he had With Chris Jericho I mean he's really Having one hell of an end two thousand in one thousand nine hundred our start of two thousand thousand twenty Michael. You're hearing catch busted open. Live Monday through Saturday from nine. Am To noon eastern on Sirius XM FIGHT Nation Channel. One fifty six six or on demand with this series. Xm App Multiple Hall of Famer. And somebody that I know is very very special in your or heart mark and that is the legendary Dory funk junior Dorrie how are you this morning I'm looking forward to this it's A real opportunity in a privilege to be on your show and I've done lots of stories to tell about professional wrestling national wrestling alliance and Much much to do on a history of where it came somehow got here and also Are there is a match that took place a training match. What's myself in Marquette rate and Mark Henry has he got the three count on me and I'm looking Looking for a return match against Mark Henry Hopefully Billion Amaral Texas and if we're able to To get the match set up it would be for the benefit instead of the humane society. Oh Wow four. I'm all for it. How come all for one hundred percent? I'm in the match would take place place in Ocala Florida. How does that sound you? Tell me when answer I got my. I got my boobs that they've they're in a box. Somehow the goal break the box out but I I got I still. I still got some gear. That sounds terrific and on the match I just want you to know you're the only person ever that was training with me. That beat me. So that's why I'm looking for the return. Well I'm ready. I'm ready I'll I'll I'll never turned down a fight. I never turned I got you. Just don't let Mardi you'd be involve khaki that's what I'm not real weapons coming out. Real real real banned her from them right. This is great having you on. And there's I mean my God we we could have gone for the entire three hours of this show because there's so much to get into with with your career your story career the awards in the titles that you've held all the territories that you wrestled in like you said you're one of the faces of the Nwea and then mark and what he's been preaching this. This morning is about who you trained in who you mentor. D- When you look back at what you've been able to do. What did you appreciate more your wrestling career your or your life? As as a wrestling trainer and teacher I have to say my wrestling career. But it's a very close balance because the PR- The having the privilege to worked with some of the great wrestlers that I have ask that have done so well Not only Marquette Ray but Lita mickie James Kurt angle edge tests Christian soon and sun and a host of others including my brother Terry funk I trained him to and so many of the Japanese wrestlers too especially Jumbled Rueda he's Aw Fabulous Wrestler. He's one of the first train. We always try to start at the beginning and go back in history and men I. I'm looking at who trained you. And when you when you started and of course your your father other Dory funk senior But Pedro Morales was one of your trainers Pedro Morales was Actually in the amarillo territory and his name there was Johnny Coamo and I trained in with him and he wasn't one of my trainers he and I try and together under the too much of my father and another wrestler. That really did my career. A lot of good Ricky Romero and he was Very famous in amarillo territory Tori. You're not so much a worldwide also Mike. DB Acid Iron Mike TV Honesty was another one of I tried to. Wow and I had the opportunity in my first year of wrestling to face To Great Luther. House those Ganja Harley race and you never really learn unless you're with the very top people in the business and I had the opportunity to my father funk senior to work with the very best interesting to see my first year in the year coot you you and you said that you train you train your brother other and Dave and I've watched so much wrestling and I thought you know to match that That really stuck you know really would mean was you and Jack Brisco but he was talking about the match that you interior. Interior had In a tournament all Japan match that one about fifty four minutes which was a just a classic classic. That's true and There was there was A tournament is the match took place because we both came up opposite the sides of the tournament and had had faced each other and wrestling Jerry. Since we both have the same trainer was almost like Leslie Myself It was quite an experience Hansen. Something I was honestly very nervous. Going into and Fortunately we really had a great match for wrestling fans in Japan. The did you ever have a mass that went under thirty minutes pill. Every match I watched was forty five minutes hours six minutes. This is a fun entire the fun time about being a professional wrestler is in the ring performing that's that's what we do all the hard work for her and To hurry that or to get into Russia over that is in my way of doing things because feeling the support of the fans is just a wonderful feeling. And that's Whether they're cheering for me or cheering for my opponent. As long as they're involved in the match I'm thrilled. I always enjoyed the ten minutes after her match I felt like my my thought processes moved faster Do you do you remember how you felt after those matches and the creativity that that came from him many times Disappointed the point is that it's over. I'm not stealing but I feel really great after after after a good match and I know and understand. I've done to work for a promotion. I've accomplished The works for wrestling fans and for my opponent in a way. It's a real feeling of satisfaction. You know you mentioned the you mentioned to name Luther says and obviously I know there's a a lot of historians a lot of wrestlers that we speak to that regard Liu says as the greatest first of all time. I'm forty eight years old..
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"This is Dave McGregor on today's edition. Russian wwe hall of Famer Mark. Henry and I talk about the Jon. Moxley Chris Jericho Sake Ben from E W dynamite from this past Wednesday and how I believe bar this is going to take Jon Moxley to another love. Not only is it going to take John to another level is going to endear career him with the fans even more because of what we saw. Also we get into from this past Wednesday especially at the beginning of the show with your annex t women's champion real rippling real ripley then have her most impressive moment in pro wrestling but being that she has a lot of potential she's got plenty of room to make up for and also we talked to alleged mark. We talked to Dory funk junior. They're on today's episode of busted. Open door was very insightful. Toe some great stories. I am looking forward to the fans ends of busted open hearing all of these stories and everything that we've talked all that right now on the bus it open podcasts. Obviously.
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"Coast to coast George dory with your back with John hold has we talk about predictions for twenty twenty and perhaps beyond we'll be taking calls next our journal let you finish up about Iraq in the one to get in the impeachment process and get your take on how you think that's going to unfold as well yes the in June of this year we were ten minutes away from a war with Iran over the drone being shot down and what I'm seeing developing now from this **** for tat thing it's beginning to happen inside Iraq is is dangerous as that I think so too and because it's also the revolutionary guards in Iran of also said you know if if you keep this up we will also respond the United States secretary of defense and state saying we're looking at other military options and this is the thing that I'm very concerned about is that trump was something is few people understand this perhaps as much as I contend I do because I was actually very accurate in predicting his course up to this point because I put a signed all the judgments for and against him and just look at his astrology and what is happening here is we were literally saved by this kind of open mirror like quality that he hasn't despite all the other full all the other stuff is going on with his Jim and I Iran is the ease at ease in chaos kind of way of being just ten minutes before the bombs were dropped on the run and he said how many people going to die and that was Mister president to be about a hundred fifty and he said why are we killing people because of robot plane which right and and and so I feel that now the Bolton is not there now there's other people around him he because he's such a wide open channel not very conscious of it it's like they're luring him in again into something that will move his hands start a war with Iran just sit in short this is very dangerous because we don't have time to go on for hours but in the few seconds I'll simply say you go with Iran you launch a war with Iran you very rapidly set the whole Middle East on fire and then this is the classic barber a vassal prophecy of not Saddam is about their vassals between the two eagle king who have eagles in their totems America and Russia are dragged into the Middle East against their desire and you have a potential nuclear war some some leaves little shenanigans like what happened in June and what's happening again it seems like the warmongers in the world especially in the military industrial complex are handing our new year into this crisis that's just what we need to and then I could pull the Russian China's well Jr well you that's the intent in fact it's it's starting to become very clear that's the whole strategy in the the reason being in the next few years it makes a dangerous is that there are revolutionary changes happening in economics that are going to see the weapon Ising of the dollar push away not only China and Russia and India have their own economic system free of the US dollar but I see Germany doing the same in where Germany goes with its Bundes bank Europe will follow Europe will become more your Asian and this is this is a huge historical shift I mean the the scenery in the little time we have want to get clear to everybody listening is the twenty twenty is a tiny is basically a time where all the organized established ways of power that have been around for the last two thousand years of the piscine age are going to begin step in three steps to unravel starting at the end of twenty twenty the end of twenty twenty four and by twenty twenty six these are the three.
"dory" Discussed on DAVIDBOWIE: ALBUMTOALBUM
"And they gave the pizza noon. Yes and I think you're right. It's some astonishing. Just how he's let's idiot really do much musically the Minnesota Wild Dallas. It's gone hoping there. But if the Hannity on this out. And we see that fruition yes of the musician fruition. It's amazing out. Jewish something to talk about. Was You have kids and Roques Kooks yeah when someone's boom what was that experience life you when when you I I like to? Yeah love. Love takes coincided. When when he was very small we started. I love story and I liked that. So bowie would have to be very lightweight stuff thrown around the album. But I'm not the only person who found that one of the most challenging bits of of the record I was. You're not didn't imagine for minute. Kalin my son's Zoe Maybe Olsen Johnson. But he did. I think at the good sense according Dunkin proper the I think it was a would something not yet. Now he's could he went through a few. I'd like that I'd written a soloist assigned my book yes. Dynamite son was born because he was the midwives came upstairs. This was the time when men were not welcome. Been anywhere near Childbirth about is I remind house I could have insisted but his lovely Irish major news very very experienced just as well because Giannis bewilder cooled political rallies neck. She dealt with that brilliantly. But whenever suggested I'd bring them up a cup of tea and push me out so I went downstairs picked up John. Steinbeck took Roy well-concealed. I I myself now. You Jenny really has begun. I really hope you like it on the train. You'll never see that waiting room again. And she heard us this as a win heart. She said No. Do you not think he'd got better things to do. Mr Johnson and plunking away on that on Utah I Bowie Ryan Cooks Hush. She'd go out and build. It is been derided doing the same thing. It does. Bring up a very very mental image of Bowie in your position. Signup says the guitar band. Right Right Click on the fact that there's a funny toll thing at this moment. He said he was distant. Neil young that morning and then when he got the call about the baby he sat on recoup. I was wondering is there sort of Neil young thing too? I think there's a slight when smoking winsome sending some Steffi about love your stuff as you know after the goal rush your of your quarterback Neil young time when you big neely research like well like Neil young and listen to be stills Nash and young. He's the young Big Ryan. So he was your connects thinking with them. Yeah season new young. Let's get in that singer. Songwriter era was truly infamy and then went into Glam although there was always someone listening to me united matter. Weber's Glamoch hero this to me an. I wouldn't agree with me on this. Because said we talking before he wasn't a huge fan. Big Joe Lanigan. I referenced him because so many people whether it's Paul Weller. Whoever Elvis Costello they all point back to the Beatles being their inspiration and for me because I lived through that period. I kinda don't think bowie would have happened without the Beatles. I I might be wrong in the sense. That writing your own songs I'll maybe would have happened later. Maybe Bowie would have been the breakthrough rather than the Beatles about you know for this castle out of so for this from love me do two strawberry fields forever in four five years. I mean it was an amazing what readings that are not yet. What Ching that. Huge even in popular music led to so many other things but sadly David doesn't seem to have been inspired by by that but then so many stars who came afterwards would have been inspired by Bowie. Best Issue Bowie went from this masterful. Hunky DORY ALBUM. He went into Glam. He went into this apocalyptic doom rock of dogs. He does complete about face and becomes a Philadelphia. Soul boy on your Americans. Then he does station station then he does the Bourbon albums and and so on and so my generation with with that generation to Conan Tub. Growing up with that with that music and try to reach so I think that suspending Don't even have inspired lots of people pick topic. Tom But I will be sending a mile They were GONNA be planning to get on Sunday. Listening to this. Debate will stand in America. Costa buzzed at the beach. Boys some Gothic. We'll try to take this to a new level so that evolution was continuing and Osa pop music had become serious music said at times music critic who only ever reviewed Shostakovich. Brahms by Evan Reviewed Sergeant Pepperoni Band. Leonard Bernstein said. She's leaving was equal. Twenty three to Manila suddenly Alam us. Al Music me. I'm a teenager again. Back in the sixties was being taken seriously and the fact that happened. I think helped with that evenness ways. GonNa go a step further and that extraordinary journey that the Beatles waiting on route to sergeant pepper in the White Album Abbey Road and let great but it was rhapsody period. Also had we better that with Brian. Wilson I the pet sounds then heard revolver and went into fifty and then. Such pappas comes on captures the mood of sixty seven Glaus made what's the stymied Grace period was not sixties from the oldest sentence. He's eight now this stuff. That's coming out from from bands Drawing on the influence. Plus you got that by You WanNA stick with a dire straits. Greatest hits fine in stay there but if you WANNA move on this right. Joe Grown out there absolutely amazing aussies everything everything you pristine. Acquaintances just raised stuff happening. Still Very You keep an eye on what's happening. Yusuf I music. I love eleven. July pop music on no claws wattle ever spoken to pretentious about it pop music and it's It's life in Hans. It's wrap up with Dory is at any one song on the album that says it often takes you somewhere else changes. I suppose changes every time I hear a suffer. Thrill as it stops not gonNA listen to as many till you get sick or so. Sometimes you could never get sick of that. But I think he's the whole album. I loved the Andy Warhol thing from versed on my own. I loved Queen Bitch which America which Kinda took yeah and took him into the next album re engineer. One of my few regrets life is I wasn't in the House of Odeon when when he because that was kind of place where we were getting sick could make you know I could make it. When springsteen state was on Roy I'm blowing up the road in the city. Most helpful in sloughed so it wasn't impossible to get today but that would have been some some experience and so. I think it's the album as a whole. I think if you always be about any of our album I pick out one so from inside. That was absolutely brilliant Revolver for instance. I can sing. I've away sometimes stand out today. On hunky Dory hits the thing as a whole media was a remarkable record and you kind of think about changes without morphing into pretty things in morphing into logical MAS and moving into its peace peace and testing will Andreessen. Thank you so much. Stay for sharing your thoughts. Hunky-dory it's been an absolute pleasure to continue pleasure and best wishes with the book as well. Thank you very much. And that was Allen Johnson talking to me this summer about Hunky Dory and I really do hope he's inspired to become one of his memoirs. They're really amazing. Engrossing read so I just like to thank Allan for his time and to Caroline for organizing everything and Allen is actually current tourney came with readings from in my life details of which can be found at Allen Johnson books DOT CO DOT UK. So if he's coming to a town near you go check it out. He's a very very inst- any speaker in the meantime. I hope you enjoy this edition. As usual. Any FEEDBACK IS WELCOME. Most feedback anyway. My my egos still quite fragile class if you could share and recommend this podcast lights and if you didn't if you just keep quiet about it that would be wonderful. Thank you so till next time then listeners. All my loving darling I'll be true Tak- and we'll meet again shortly.
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"Know the concepts of how we progress through Auburn stages and then died changes to me and that's also replaced in the music of changes. Let your strange fascination has this at its heart is first big anthem. And I'd be curious. What did you feel at the time? Very tangible ship from the idealism the sixties into the seventies probably would be messing about with inside. If I sit down was I didn't feel at the Tolan. Why fell at that time? Was I was GONNA be a Star. So you know my. I've been in two bands both broken up. We'd be nicked. The Bass Guitars in the second band is Indian betweens which was multiracial. Very unusual Mundi sixty seven west Indian GEICO sham. What it means to start another band with him. I was stuck in Chelsea desk jobs as was my day job. Unless some money I'll get married. Camerin is eighteen and to a single mother and he said he was opposed to postmen high. Right which note on this. He said if you want some money come into the committed. Postal Roy they concrete stops at his tons of. I've it's on every tell me what can our weekend is double time so you can actually a good money sign up do that temporarily till I get some at Hoffman very thin nick mortgage out until I get some money together. Get together with people you know. Get back into music and then the next thing a moving house out to Slough and bit council estate but still writing so writing. Seoul's a lot sickly around this time you know. I listened to by authorities. An APP see brilliant Solo. Run to be able to To Ryo as you say that filming quantity life on Mars just the opening statement on the panel in just at that opening Scotto Small Fair for to cover them up mousy hair and then you're eating this story here. Although he's got bit Lazy I think at times you know. He says he will not one night. Mice and evidence for my piece. It's not what withhold broken if we think about it and it could be a beef. It was kind of very cool. Dismays grandparents coming over. Mars appeal cinematic off the whole. It's option production is like an abuser shit. Didn't closely again. Do your construction out did he. Did he was as ruthless? And then if you had transformed by the guy was such an underrated arranger walk straight but this cinematic thing looks a theme that runs through your right life. Mas It's so it starts off with the mousy hair and heading no had I tells. Her friend is nowhere to be seen says she goes to the cinema. And then it's all there on the silver screen. I'm always it's overload of information. Yeah any some of them. Sound is some of them. Sound so easy this in a Cappella hippie phase. I'm just reminded of a soul is almost forgotten now. That was my bobby tracked down despite two thousand seven four Allowed inside which is driving Saturday. I mean this store all their including a youtube video. Now the would video until that. Annette must be seventy three seventy. Three and Jaguar. Looking to Jack is inside the video games. Yeah not a video. Recording video games yeah. Pm till video recorded. That didn't come for another seventy s into this empty. Said he's listen. If this obsession with spice space in a pretty things life mas carried right through stall man and then right so did with Aladdin saying I carried on. Hello space boy. He and his final videos did for blackstone. He knew the very unlikely. He's going to be around much longer and so they so. If you've seen the video for blackstone phenomenal staff of Major Tom. Again on a distant planet somewhere. Yeah deadline day. I just because I was great reader as well. Read a lot science fiction because My sister's first husband was very big dylan fan with no one had heard Dylan. Because he loved folk music means some travel on. That was dylan album. He's I babe. Zeus having to write Brian to SCI FI so styled love it to me the Bowie souls liked life on Mars. Like driving Saturday science fiction short stories. I guess that wasn't byways influence. His influence was more cutting ephemeral religious aspect of. I'm not a world. What am I think you're right? I think he was a Houston fiction. Fine if you look you pretty things. He's talking about the coming race in. And this Nick Peg. Who Does the customer sometimes has set? This refers to run to Bulwer. Lytton who was in nineteenth century science fiction author and he was very big on the on on this concept of like bit loved Nici Hunger Bear. It wasn't a superior that that is a superior race coming. Yeah a clearing the decks to make way for these for the Minnesota world was took obsessive. Hp lovecraft admitted at a time when people said well looks about because too much across the smoke monster most open. Yeah so I think you have this kind of flirtation with the far-right he did not comes up again here in quicksand. Yeah when it's come again revisiting. The theme of Buddhism beliefs tries he always grappled with but here in quicksand. Introduces some really dark references. Crowley he refers to see the world through him. Lewis is and then Churchill's lies and it makes you wonder where you where he's coming from in this is wrong in the mid Seventies. I think the drugs had logged role to play in this his rushes in his his curiosity about Fascism Essay. Serbia spots by the stage. And he's always been he's never shied away from exploring to boost subjects ideologies which require dog. Yeah I'd I hadn't realized he read some citation mine. My problem is I guess. I love Reading Bud. Light reading about musicians. I in all the Beatles stuff Mama's on this one day I'll get around to the view ready. I could signed by MOM. We Re Book Festival together doing the Beatles say back did you see this was fully is back at Cheltenham Festival because I was a director Cheltenham so for one year you get a chance to pick some license and I said let's do something about the Beatles as a man of US got twenty one's mocks the book for Me Five Hundred. I read mainly fiction And if I'm reading nonfiction it Jerry knockdown music so these I don't really know a great deal about not not really on the musical journalists. An analyst of music. I just listened to it so so I realized liquid. Hp lovecraft. It's it's subtle. It's not. He's not shot but I think what's more interesting is the way all this stuff. Just feats in what he's doing. I mean if we stand back and look Bobby's autism before he's very much a magpie and he admits in its use rights life on not any one thing on the back cover of Hunky Dory your first himself. Yeah Yeah so. I think this was the first album really say that. What when he comes to legal that stuff with mom and aunt rough. The problem for him was I guess. Site is a problem because David by always wanted to be a performer. Who as into Abbot God's roadsides devastating to choose in a? Oh you pretty things. Only young Jude's Changes just a hook of a line. That would have made him mid intimacy just writing. Pop songs really into fruition on this album. Yeah and this album sounds. The wave does because he started writing piano use composing piano. I like him so when he saw demoing it. Straight ways publishes up on things.
"dory" Discussed on DAVIDBOWIE: ALBUMTOALBUM
"Jamal and yeah that was paid by the way is very much about the moats wouldn't have danced laughing. No doubt I mean. That's the trouble with that kind of Tony. Anthony new phase Was a bit strange but nevertheless he was a singer songwriter and they were still few and far between a a he was something about and there was an appeal about him. I missed out on the man who sold the world and I love Johnny Johnson heard that baseline Which is by travel. Boulder is such a terrific. But really I would say that I mean people talk about. Bobby's Aladdin Sane phase and a similar joop phase in courses ziggy satisfies. But there was a Hunky dory phase. I thought was Hunky Dory in the way I think about About later phases that he that loan have which I copied and emulated to do really. There was no mayday coverings on my ago. Cody like his girlfriend when he got long. And there's a photograph of me actually in the third book in my Hunky Dory phase in a standing with my two daughters trying to look very much like by that time you'd affront and the kids that was no flashes across nosy styles. No pantaloons that There were very big flavors of I remember from the album cover but then was nineteen seventy-one Society Betas it finished in seventy seventy one. We've come listen to crosby stills Nash and young most things will often across from California and British scene was gonNA get into Glam. Rock on. This APP was just amazing Tool Capelle. A game changer. Us stop that on and it just changes and you just blown away as you would be. Today I mean the in between the I'm missing Space audited yes. 'cause carry was on the same with that. Paulhamus album then he kind of off the say the uninstall sixty nine in the week the Apollo Eleven. Roy's landing a man on the moon and a week instantly in my first wife and two children then moved from the Slums Kensington to cancel house. It's Slough on the day that the stones had their concern. I thought we were GONNA go to that. 'cause allegedly June July sixty nine year just after Brian. Yeah yeah that's right and they released. The white dog is the week up some of that But we missed that. 'cause we relievers van yet. One day you got to move. This is moving to a place of Indo bathroom to it up front garden back on the frank we have to miss out on the stuns but then at the end of that week on the Friday of that week out pen space oddity and eating absolutely to decide guys because hadn't just been space odyssey the Field Museum Anti Kubrick filmed. I grabbed wounds imagination. You had the moon landing Hudson and as I say in the book when I was watching as everyone was nealon still black and white tallies Alisa posting site to get up early in the liver so I'd watched it for most of the night griped about sleep but as I was walking around in the morning delivery mile in front rooms tobacco went settings. Who still flickered people that stayed up all night with still watching but the soundtrack to that to me when they showed the amazing fill these that mazing footage navy sang in a stat. Familiar Johnny for me to be it was. Can you hear me major tones and gave me major till I mean it was such a wonderful idea to release it on that day but once again as I said in that book that record look on and on whenever you hear it it sounds just as fresh Strange and other weld most stuff deitz If you listen to his latest space on its die so for me along SEPETU years. Seventy-one Hunky Dory. Wow this is this is a great artist so you were young family. You was that when he was the postman strike. Yeah yes so now money so I was twenty my youngest son that just been bold January seventy one he went on job creation of music and I think is Jamie and I got. Several weeks paternity leave currency unit postal worker. Now nobody has that strikes like that. Roy Moore the loss. Big One was the miners strike. And we'd know strike by from the Union you could claim some benefits then for your Chil- of yourself. Afia dependence has. I had three layer subjects in bold actually found a lobbyist gang was of just went decimal than fifty people zoning for a week with the post office which is wild reputation. That's happening but that was very kind of big defining moment in my life but I didn't have loza money to splash around my records because of that agreed why we're going to shell out for an LP. What would be what we would be buying so mainly I was listening to the stuff on the radio buying albums cat. Stevens was another league By hunky Dory was not just my favorite bobby album in by five favorite. Jalen's radio fulltime time. You have on. That's what he's was in there and then probably three bagels. Be Darn. I'm not too far of hunky-dory already fascinating. Because when he stopped recording didn't record deal he started demoing these tracks and then they were shots around all ca records heard those demos. I'm alright yeah you're onto. Something signed him and so he starts recording around January. June nineteen seventy one. And we get these songs which are just fascinate tonight. You just mentioned now. He was this very mercurial character around the London live scene. That was the debut album. That was the space. Odyssey album sold the world. All these were interesting for as into different styles. Yeah Dory I think around. That's on the vocals. Very much singer songwriters. So especially the West Coast People James Taylor and so forth but here well. I think this is very much similar job. It's really weird. It's really weird out when you when you what he's seeing about different genres that made it quite unusual and really weird because he references to people who have influenced him Dylan's in that Andy. Warhol coast is in that and and changes style almost You know homage to the velvet underground in We Bitch Bitch. The Deputy Poverty Yes satin and tat busy out that we see that we can love whole kernel of Glam Rock. Real Eddie. Cochran January three in the lyrics of all. They're very kind of sexually ambiguous and this is a theme that runs through the cinematic. Listen to the way he's yes. He's on the eleventh. I'm watching Chris. I'm down here very filming narrative because and I have a theory in Hunky Dory we've got Bowie's career and his future in not show so many of the themes that you'd go on to explicitly with the Chechen changes his right changes. Changes IS GENERATIONAL THING. I think changes some about look at look at the sixth generation fighting the Beatles split up the stones innovated into rock dinosaur. Look at look at that. Generational shift ended the hippie dream and he looks at this also on all the dudes my brother's Home Beatles stuns yeah we the new generation now and this is where we are teddy. Bright that then at that time the Orioles he's written about it was about the same time because then he doubled it and then mother who pool took it. I think the Mo who hit like the big hit was suing three bucks. But it's something which keeps coming back. He's me back to what he's writing another threat. Which is being emerging from the Minnesota World is the occult is sort of these very dark references. You know he was fascinated by Buddhism in the late sixties. There are lots of references to Buddhist states of mind and you.
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"Co filial heart and it's by American General Kubik froze sending to drink. Welcome back twelve twelve. I'm Ostlund Muhammad. In December nineteen seventy-one a young postman named Allen Johnson living in Slough yearly married and father to boot got slammed sideways. David Bowie's intricate masterpiece. Hunky-dory the one time. Maud and lead guitarist of the area and impoverished Beatles deputy with emissions of fame installed. That would definitely making the next copy. David Bowie's new album. Perfect capture that zeitgeist setting the mood. For the turbulent decades. It was at once Potter and some Tennessee. Light years ahead of Allen's world record shops gigs in smokey clubs long fled platforms. The last train home fat hunky-dory served as a clarion call for new generation in which? Alan dreamed of being part. Well it's funny. How things turn out. Isn't it Allan? Johnson never became an expert instead having left school at fifteen after chart of trauma of a t and struggled he ends up being the home secretary. Symbol lesser achievements being in contact after leaving school stacking shows and TESCO'S. He's become a postman and join the Union of Communication. He became General Secretary. Nineteen ninety-two and in nine hundred ninety seven was elected labour. Mp A L- Western Hessel. Let's go rise was meteoric and in the end. He held five cabinet posts under Tony Blair and success Gordon. Brown including opposed to being secretary perhaps understandably after twenty years of big shopping at the political fray. He stood down from Westminster. Twenty seven seat garnering respectful tributes from across the house and in general being knowledged is one of the finest parliamentarians of his day. Now I can't really think of many of the politicians of recent times who could honestly save their childhoods that they've never forgotten that craving food this much much multi his life from the extraordinary circumstances of his childhood. And if you want to fascinating story determination endeavor from the point of view. Dyed-in-the-wool pop fanatic. You really should get hold of the three books of his memoirs each named after Beatles Song so this this please Mr Postman and the law blinding wrote his most recent in my life that music nimble covers his life music with funk recollections of the artists and songs that have shaped his life over the years in the book. Allen has a lot of praise for not insane. And that's what I guessed. He might want to talk about. So I invested pulled cost in the events when inclined to might need -firmative actually Hunky Dory yells discuss so off too. I went on a sunny day to meet him at his offices. Neither side and economic few SEGEL's points very friendly and open and although a little bit push time and the relative brevity physician he was incredibly entertaining and illuminated on Hunky Dory and his own memories of music and what he was doing this life of that time so join me an Johnson and so on Johnson. Thank you so much for joining me. It's an advisor to to be here with you and Yeah so you're very familiar was from your political career. Luckily as a very successful author with your members what else is taking your time these days since you step down component was still writing. Because I'm writing a novel now into fiction for the first time I'd I'd do Broadcasting regular documentary the other week. Do Some telly telly. Some stuff I did. Luckily the jess but actually the writing. I meet some as I think. Darth Pokka said the art of writing is the art of applying the also. The seats He's just doing so that's will diet is kind of at least four rallies slaving over blank piece of paper and then hugged the next day that will have on. It is Is Readable so so. That's the main thing and I really didn't want anything to interfere with that so I lost. Some office has capitalism politicians. Do WanNa do that. I didn't want to do that because it would take me down to London. I'm here now. Urine spot is for most country. Of course Spiders from hall Israeli. He wants you to be remote sin with Nancy and trump about other rule from whole driven with from politics. Because that's why you hear your home there was I didn't let yeah but as a clumpy it could spiders which is often on his mouth and there's memorial not as good as it should be to make Ronson is a stage in Nepal Kia Ronson stage but we should should be a statue leaves a council. Bogey here not just a grave digger as they say but municipal. God even up here and played with with Nancy of boulder in a couple of bands around hall. And then just as a coincidence I think would miss met Bowie and By US looking to recruit eleven to nine hundred won't hear from so they really are and in city culture in two thousand seventeen we will you KC coach one of the great events was the recreation of the whole album as stardust by the spiders from Mars well that was one still alive then and and it was a great event at the city outlets and Wade through the tracks of of Stardust. Yeah it's a good thing I was writing about in my life is. The baby was had an important living in real time. This Social History Music. We would there in the birth of rock and roll. We with their skiffle. Zoll me as a thirteen year old listening to the Beatles and suddenly there were kids write their own songs to working class. Kids Reiner and so's not dependent on Tim. Perry and the fact that it would never trump the American charts with British pop music before suddenly battles number one number two number three number four number six. That whole era was signed to live through in real time with Bowie was part of that and and and the way we listened to music as well. This isn't colon part social history in the course of rights in apple here just to to some people on the generation. Just reinforce while I already knew pizza listening to the Beatles. Now let's and listening to boase and listen to Bobby's early stuff and nobody else. I mean I don't think that listening to Presley but he didn't write his own songs because it was a boy that's more shut and that was the route people became famous in pop. Music for a while and only steel roller coaster natural progressions tonight into musical Happens to steal store so allies e still. Yeah still alive and kicking Coty. Some important birthday must be eighty five eighty five ninety nine but he was the great white working class. Hope was that a lot from early very early reviews of the Beatles Proteins. Still say here's someone who can follow the steps of Tony Stewart as the Alan Partridge acton wings with the Beatles? Could've been but coming now to this this album when I got in such the you got that means that you would like to Hunky Dory and that slight surprise me because having radio fantastic music memoir some reason I thought you would WanNa talk about an insane just because you had some wonderful anecdotes from around that time. It was the head of the head of the communication jobs placement. You're just posting those postmen who is trying to wear lightning flash space and if you'd beaten Saudi might be more lenient on well that's ziggy stardust. Enormous impact because of stormy nights in the book. Because everyone's all the Kiss David Bowie be didn't because nobody had video machines that is became a myth. He put his home round demonising. And those innocent early seventies suddenly. This was this was scandalous comment. And then a lot insane. Yes that incident out of loved his Bowie freak raising three kids on a council estate in Slough huge counselors like the state. It's always twenty twenty twenty one mad about about Bowie when Aladdin. Saint came out about twenty two twenty three and not have loved to put that slashes. And I'd seen that Kid A few years earlier Oh went before I was union. Rep Get sent home Roy out so you can imagine. Walking on. The door will be delivery so riding own collapse this guy with a line in both. But that's what how Bowie got to be a part of that. But actually hunky. Dory was my main introduction to Bowie opposition to his fellow stuff. 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"dory" Discussed on Bad Science
"So the other way that we can kind of study evolution in animals is by looking at the relationships between the leaving species. So we know that humans and chimps and orangutans and gorillas the are all closely related, so we can assume they have a recent common s own sister. Right. Even if we didn't have a fossil to show, it indicates of France, we have many, but in the case a fish, we don't, but we still do the same thing we kind of look at their closest to the species and for their relationships based on how distantly related close related. The are. What is related to a coral? Thing. Yeah. Jellyfish have related to corals. Whoa. A name related to quarrel. Look at FRANZ name money. A quarrel was basically a colonial Anemone. Okay. We the law tiny anemones shared their food shared resources in a big Stony skeleton. Yeah. Crazy. That's what the this. Trucker of the coral is the skeleton that they leave behind right right in in. This only the very surface of the coral colony is alive is believing tissue and everything behind it is core is a skeleton custom carbon. That's been deposited over time as they grow while we're gonna take a fast Brig, and then hear more from Lewis and Jackie. Is over. I hope you had a snack. Here we go back to the show about signs. What at one point Dory goes into the enemy, and she gets stung like you times. Right. Is that realistic? Or would she? I don't know. What's the what's the consequence for getting stung by an EMMY, if you're not she probably die. Oh, grand beats and. She'd be playing. Yeah. Really end quarrels have that same kind of stinging capability but much smaller scale because they're tiny little anemones. But a big Anemone would eat a fish without much without much problem. Why one that a fish can swimming to? Okay, do you. Remember the bouncing on in in finding nemo on top of the jellyfish. Yes. So it would the top of the jellyfish. There is no stinking tentacles that thinking mechanism that tentacles. Okay. They wouldn't be able to swim among the tentacles. But if they were to bounce sometimes right here, fine fine. Yes. Okay. That's good to know mistake on Dory. Movie though. I think is the fact that it set in to Ray, California. Why no not those fish would survive. Those temperatures Nimmo the to cold too cold cold cold water in Monterrey's between ten twelve degrees celsius the water that those fish like is between twenty five twenty six twenty eight celsius. So okay..
"dory" Discussed on Bad Science
"Three anyway. So my question to you is going to be if you owned this film, and other children's film does that mean you have a bunch of DVD's at your house. You have blue race. How does this week? Blue Ray DVD. Sure, sure, I'm I might not be super young. I have I have hard copies of things and guess who's going to have hard copies of things when the big melt on happened right here. People are going to be your apocalypse. He caught. Spirit, some DVD. We're talking about this me apocalypse in a positive light. We're saying like, maybe that's what we need to save humanity to wipe out a bunch of us and then right to your backyard to watch finding Dory. Zach rejected wall. I'm sure you'd be open to hosting of always we have a victory garden. So there will be some fresh vegetables since well. Of course, it wore catering. Okay. So let's talk about the finding Dory. Fish, which is the blue Tang. Right. Okay. What is it called a blue Tang H E? Yes. That's how what they refer to it in the movie there's a scientific name. Yes. Do you know this name paragon tourists potus for home? You got a good gas here. This is going to be good. So what does that telling? Oh, yeah. Bush. If that being blue Tang, no does not God Matang now that's more of a reference to its it's family that the surgeon fish, and the fact that he has a little Lancet on the on the coffin, they are called surgeon fish surgeon fish, they have of the fence mechanism is a very sharp modified scale when the tail they used to. How to fish that want to eat them very much? More violent story of reuse that she they would not in the movie. But right, you'll life. Yeah. Yeah. You mess with Dory. She could have she could have Ellen Degeneres would a had you ship is what it is. Have comes this shit is a great fish normally think of Ellen with ship..
"dory" Discussed on New Player Has Joined
"And I hated it. Or is it like was it? You know? I I know what it is. It is it PlayStation four. Yeah. Yup. Oh, it's PlayStation four journey. No. That's an appoint click. The game. I was thinking of was much older, and we talked about it. Early on in this. Yeah, I guess, but you also played a it was a remake, and it was a remake. So she's also played like. Grim fandango love convened, a horse the point clicks, tentacle the tentacle. There's a third one you gave us. I forget what. But like I played the raven recently describe what it looked like. Yeah. It it kind of looks like the day of the tentacle. I think it was made by the same people. I think by double fine. I think it was a double fine. But I was thinking it was doing. No, no, not do. It was journey. Like, I think it's it's that sounds about right because they were like journey does not look like not During. your. This is my wish needed come with me. But he was like I want to read, but you don't understand. This is a game for us. We just haven't announced it we're trying to figure out the game. You're twenty. You're literally playing Kristen's game right now back to question three videogame title for your life. What would it be? Oh, probably like oh worth the Gill. What is it? Even me one time. There was a peanut brittle. Can that somebody gifted me, and it was called hunky Dory? Peanut brittle, and then the tattling for it was well worth the guilt but soup, and I was like exactly how I feel about my life. Like, you being friends with me like you're gonna feel bad about it? But it's totally worth this game is dorrie going around beating the shit out of people in a two d platformer. And every time she does her guilt bar goes up goes worth it. Exactly. It's also very Julie. I guess in retrospect and everybody thought about it. But yeah, a lot of a lot of guilt. A lot of a lot of guilt. A lot of lot of religion. It's just all kilts. All right question. Four what one aspect of video game life? Do you wish was true in real life? All that you could climb everything. I can do that. Now dory. Not in like, charted charted when they're just climbing along walls like, I just your hands must get so tired. Basically what we've discovered is your dream is to have a really.
"dory" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Dory's across america especially over the last fifteen twenty years with our approach to warfare there are millions of these people with millions of stories to tell in our approach to worker being frequent yes and uh uh relentless extensive yes yeah and and the awareness now of what warfare does to people it is obviously a lot greater and rectifying that has not really been the focus of the government uh it probably has been more than it was in the past but it obviously there's a long way to go so it's a real issue and it it it you know we wanted to make sure it felt organic to this family so it gave her a real deep biography um that that we can we can illustrate and you know at the same time it's not a show about you know every episode is in about two of veterans issues we can pick are spots and and when the relevant to the family where there are things that you had to the that you are worried you're gonna get wrong uh when you are taking on all of these capitali issues underrepresented groups so on and so forth well with my encyclopedic knowledge of with culture i felt we were in good hands fair enough i yes yes this stuff for me that i really wanted to get right is that i'm not gay and makes not gay and so we wanted to having such a rich relationship with so many uh gay and lesbian people in my life i felt a great responsibility to do right by them and so that's where we are so grateful and lean on the the women in our room who did so much to fill in uh where mike and i could not on those stories because we really to tell a coming out story to do that in a way that would really reach uh people in and start conversation that was something we really took seriously and wanted to represent for sure and i mean the whole an any issue that we talked about on the show had really all gets back to specificity and i think it really gets back to who be who you popularity room would they need to be talented riders but they should also bring in a lot of different points of view and that's where diversity.
"dory" Discussed on TechStuff
"Dory's we can shake things out to make a better environment for every one moving forward in other words i'm not sad about people getting called out on bad behaviour i think it's necessary i think we have to have this reckoning as some people call it so that we can get rid of some rotten foundation and build a better future for everybody and i'll go further with this argument i think it's important because it means for very long time and women notice minorities know this a deepal who are like me who are straight white males it's it's easy to ignore this there are voices that have gone unheard for way too long and those voices have value and they can make contributions that can change our world in phenomenal meaningful ways if we listen to them but we haven't traditionally with a few major exceptions and i would love to see those exceptions just become the rule so that we as a whole benefit it's not just women are doing better in the in tecnology or minorities are more represented in various fields it's we all get to benefit from the genius that various people possess regardless of their gender or sexual orientation or ethnicity or any of those other things because ultimately the way i view the past where we have not listened to people much we being my fellow straight white male dudes means that we missed out on a ton of stuff that we could have really used go away there's no telling how many amazing ideas were never brought forward because no one was listening i want to see that change that means there in the short term we are going to have a really rocky rocky road and not the ice cream we're gonna have lots of major upsets and i think it's necessary for us to get to where we need to be.
"dory" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE
"So dory we're back in i'm pretty excited to close the strong because there's a few things i want to talk about starting with you know a large audience people look at me they look at you in this they will of course dory's successful of course jail de success let me they have these huge audiences that listen to what they say that read their books lewis two three podcasts eccentric cetera do you have to have a large art is the leverage multiple shoes of income you really don't sean i think that what matters a lot more and what i discovered in the course of of doing research and interviews for entrepreneurial you where i was speaking in depth with with over fifty high six and sevenfigure entrepreneurs to understand what worked for them and and what strategies are replicable by regular people is fit ultimately what what matters most he's understanding your existing customers deeply now obviously can't create multiple income streams if you don't have any customers but you know for most entrepreneurs even if you're starting out you you have a few you have some people that you're that you're working with and so you are if you lock into what are asking for and what they need oftentimes able to diversify in interesting different ways for instance last year i actually launched my first online course that i created called recognized expert and i started out with a small pilot i opened it up to two of forty eight was forty five people.