35 Burst results for "Edwin D."
Walker, Vogelbach lead Mets over Pirates 4-3 for 91st win
"The New York mets continue to stay ahead of the Atlanta Braves the national league yeast winning their second in a row against Pittsburgh pirates four to three at city field Friday night They got on the board in the third inning when number 9 here until magneto knocked in Eduardo Escobar while Daniel vogelbach getting a three week drought was 17th home run the fourth I tried to keep working And you know believe that two or three good games get you right back on track all it takes is a walk or one good swing that you feel Taiwan walker went 7 and third in eastern is 12 twin Edwin Diaz pitched a 5 out save his 30th Matt mankiewicz New York
Timmy Trumpet plays horn, Nimmo saves Mets in 2-1 win vs LAD
"Jacob de Grom turned in 7 solid innings of one run ball making Sterling martes to run Homer stand up Mookie betts at a home run in the 60s and the 7th straight turn wants to ball to the center field wall only be robbed of a Homer by Brandon nimmo The timing was right on it and everything worked out just perfectly and jumped up felt the ball hit my glove and I knew it didn't bounce out once he got in there and so then now all the emotions spilled out The most catch would keep the score two to one atom out of vino and Edwin Diaz would lock it down as a meds took the second game to this three game set Matt maker to New York
Timmy Trumpet gets to play, Diaz get the save
"The second time was the charm for an Australian musician and the New York mets It was a day late but Timmy trumpet finally got the happy ending he was looking for and so did fans of the New York met and their relief pitcher Edwin Diaz Diaz has been using narco as a song when he marches in from the bullpen and trumpet was invited to play the song on Tuesday but the Met's lost 24 hours later the mets carried a two one lead into the 9th inning and both trumpet and Diaz came through the musician played him on live from the field and Diaz recorded three straight outs to get the save I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Timmy Trumpet muted in Mets' loss, back Wednesday for Díaz
"Musician Timmy trumpet hopes to step up to the plate at a major league ball game tonight Timmy trumpet is hoping for another chance to blow his trumpet for fans of the New York mets that is if the mets don't blow the game like they did last night the Australian musician was that last night's contest ready to do a live rendition of narco if Metz closer Edwin Diaz had come out of the bullpen to close the game That effort fell flat when the Los Angeles Dodgers won the game four to three denying the chance to appear Trumpet did get to play some though performing take me out to the ball game during
DeGrom dominant again, Alonso homers as Mets beat Rockies
"Starter Jacob de Grom toss 6 strong innings striking out 9th propelled the mets over the rockies to three to one The ground got the win as he retired the first 13 Colorado battery space allowing just one run scattering three hits All the Met's offense came in the third inning highlighted by Pete Alonso 31st home of the year a two run shot to left center field Minimize swings swings outside the zone and capitalize on pitches inside the zone So I feel like I did a good job of that tonight and yeah hopefully I can do the same thing tomorrow and help us win That's bullpen of Seth Lugo Edwin Diaz and Adam ottavino secured the game allowing just re hit striking out 5 over the final three innings Mike Moriarty New York
DeGrominant: deGrom dominates again as Mets edge Phils 1-0
"The mets scored a run in the first and had only three more base runners the rest of the way but it was enough to beat the Phillies one to nothing The pitching was dominant on both sides Aaron nola gave up the one run over 8 innings striking out 8 for Philadelphia but New York's pitches were that much better including 6 innings of two hit ball from stoddard Jacob de Grom You have faith in this offense to go out there and put up runs you know no one's done a great job against us And this team did a good job of scoring early and then the goal was to keep it there for them Edwin Diaz got the save for the mets his 27th of the season and 200th of his career Wally guys New York
Naquin's two homers, Diaz's two-inning save lift Mets
"The mets open the 5 game series with a 6 to four win over the braves They lead Atlanta by four and a half games in the NL east Carlos Carrasco tossed 6 innings for his 12th win It is a special series The one that was here last year and there are the team behind us They've been playing good and I think we need to continue to play hard The mets pounded brave star at Kyle Wright with four home runs two from Thailand naquin in his first mets home game Daniel vogelbach hit his 14th Pete Alonso is 29th he drove in three to increase his total to 91 Edwin Diaz is a 6 out save Mike mancuso New York
Buzz Aldrin flight-to-moon jacket sells at auction for $2.8M
"A bitter has paid top dollar for a jacket worn in space by Buzz Aldrin I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A bitter has paid nearly $2.8 million at auction for a jacket worn by astronaut Edwin Buzz Aldrin on the historic first mission to the moon's surface in 1969 so the bee says the amount paid for the Apollo 11 in flight coverall jacket is the highest for any American space flown artifact sold at auction Aldrin along with Neil Armstrong became the first astronauts to walk on the moon on July 20th 1969 According to the auction house the Jack of displays Aldrin's name tag about the Apollo 11 mission emblem on the left breast and the American flag on the left shoulder It's made of a fire resistant material known as beta cloth that was incorporated in spacesuits in response to the fire that killed three astronauts aboard Apollo one in 1967 I'm Lisa dwyer
NY Times' Jeremy Peters Is Back for Mark Levin
"And apparently there's a photo of Donald Trump and me at a Medal of Freedom event For former attorney general Edwin meese And under the photo the statement is the radio host Mark Levin with Donald J Trump at a White House ceremony in 2019 mister Levin is scoffed at the notion that mister Trump has tried to overturn the election Now mister Levin has stopped at the notion that mister Trump led an insurrection Our created a crime Right so after the January 6 committee's final summer hearing last week talk on the sets of CNN and MSNBC turned to an intriguing of familiar possibility About what might result from the panel's finding I think he means findings The case for a criminal prosecution of former president Donald J Trump many pundits said was not only justified but seemed more than likely given the evidence of his inaction as rioters sacked the capital That's because as he points out he's a contributor to MS LSD and that's the world they live in There's many pundits who say no But none of them recited of course If that felt like deja vu more productions of mister Trump's looming downfall the response to the hearings from the pro Trump platforms Felt like something new reflecting the lengths to which his praetorian guard isn't that funny how he steals that phrase from me mister
Alonso hits two HRs, Mets beat Marlins 5-3
"Pete Alonso and Brandon nimmo carried the mets offense in their second straight 5 three win over the Marlins Alonso's second Homer of the day was a tie breaking solo shot in the 8th inning making a winner out of Chris Bassett And which Homer did Alonso like best Definitely the go ahead one but I mean to start off the game nice I mean that felt that felt really good too but definitely the go ahead He leads the national league with 22 home runs and 68 RBIs Nimmo had three of New York's 11 hits including a run scoring double in the 9th Bassett was reached for three runs and 6 hits over 7 innings Edwin Diaz picked up a 16th save by striking out the side in the 9th Jesus Sanchez and Brian Della Cruz homeward for Miami which is one in 5 versus the mets this season I'm Jane
Canha, Plummer help Mets to 5-4 comeback win over Brewers
"The Met scratched out a run in the bottom of the 8th and beat Milwaukee 5 to four to take two of the three game series The mets climbed back from a three run deficit tying it in the 5th on a market Canada to run Homer Edwin Diaz picked up his 13 save but not before Milwaukee's hunter renfrow tried to score the tying run from first base on a double but was thrown out at the plate on a nice relay throw from Pete Alonso Both starters Aaron ashby have Milwaukee and the Met's tile on McGill left the game with forearm and shoulder injuries Mike mancuso New
Davis, Alonso power Mets to 4-1 victory over Angels
"Taiwan walker through 6 solid innings in the mets defeated the angels four to one walker allowed a run on 6 hits with ten strikeouts He improves to a four and two record Edwin Diaz got saved number 12 The angels got on the board first on Mike Trout's RBI base hit in the first inning the mets scored single runs in the third fourth 7th and 9th JD Davis and Pete Alonso each smacked solo home runs Angels starter Patrick Sandoval gave up two runs over 6 innings and drops to three and two Mark Myers Anaheim
Walker, 3 relievers combine on 6-hitter as Mets beat Rox 2-0
"The mets did all the games scoring in the 6th inning topping the rockies to nothing on the hill They got 7 stellar innings from Taiwan walker His off speed stuff kept the rockies off balance throughout much of the day as two and O walker lowered his ERA to 2.7 New York took the lead off loser Austin gomber when Francisco Lindor singled passed a drawn in infield and came across on Pete Alonso's ground out Edwin Diaz picked up the save Bruce Morton
Turner powers Dodgers to doubleheader sweep of Diamondbacks
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Justin Turner hits 3 of Dodgers' 8 doubles in rout of Bucs
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Dodgers beat Braves 5-1, take 2 of 3 vs World Series champs
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"edwin d." Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"You might go to heaven. And I said, so I don't believe in heaven. So is there anything else you think you still got the job? Admitting that you don't believe in heaven. Wow. It was a really wanted you to get to meet the Pope. I did. And what was that like? It was amazing. It was also amazing to go through the archives at the Vatican. That was one of the more amazing events of my life. In what way? Well, because so many amazing treasures are sitting there. In this archive, which is not air conditioned or environmentally controlled, it's 8 stories below the ground in the Vatican. And we went through one room and someone pulled out a drawer. I went with the director of the archive. And he pulled out a drawer and there was a letter from Peter Peter who. Peter Saint Peter. Oh, wow. On papyrus, just sitting in a drawer. I'm surprised it hasn't disintegrated. No, everything is because the humidity never changes in this place. Nothing no air changes. So the temperature never changes humidity never changes. So that's a very good thing for keeping things going. So and then I asked the head of the archive there were a lot of things I wanted to display in the museum. And I said, do you have an inventory that I can look through so that because that would accelerate our ability to do it? And he said, we have 7% of our work inventory in about 5% that has been annotated. And I said, excuse me if this sounds disrespectful, but you've had it a long time. How come so little? And he said, what's the hurry? Oh, wow. I love those kinds of existential moments. Yeah. That was huge. That's incredible. Yeah. What else did you see that sort of blew your mind? Seeing the map room. So I'm obsessed with maps and they have maps. The idea that a church or religion would basically own all the maps on earth is really interesting. Your recent work on the historic Terrell plays lobby in Washington, D.C. is really beautiful. Your team created 1700 ft² of colorful digital scenes using 5 million leds that cover the walls, things like blooming cherry blossoms, multi colored tapestries, butterflies. Not only are the scenes motion interactive, but they're crafted using algorithms to ensure that they are always unique and original. And it made me think that everything you do feel somehow personal to these people that are passing through the space because they're never ever going to be seen again. How do you deliver experiences that are so personal? Our office is filled with astonishing people. And the team together is composing these experiences. So a really good composition is one that is multi voiced and also multi intentioned. So that you know that you're talking and speaking and making things with lots of people in mind. And the tariffs thing is also cool because we put cameras in the ceiling. And people moving through the space actually interrupt the flow of the media and change it all the time. So that you feel as if you're amongst the drivers of the experience in the room that you're in rather than thinking of it is something that's autonomic and it doesn't have anything to do with you. Yeah, actually, I think the word personal is probably wrong in that question. It was really more intimate in terms of this ephemeral nature of life and living in time and you're going through this interactive display this lobby and nothing will ever be repeated. Right. And it's something really, really wonderful about that. And also really heartbreaking. Well, I haven't thought about the hark we're breaking part, but the rest of it, I think. Yeah, that was the goal. Where does interactivity fail us? If you think that it's more than that. The idea that something has been composed to be interdependent and interactive is because the goal of the company that paid for it and the space and the designers was to make something that would be surprising and engaging and also not repetitive since most of the things we do, people go back and back and back over and over again. So it's to make life more natural, which is that it's never really predictable. In 2011, Barack Obama appointed you to the U.S. commission of fine arts. So what kind of work does this entail? And are you still doing anything with that? No. The fine arts commission judges the designs for all the buildings in Washington. They also judge the coins that are made by the mint. And they judge some of the gardens and some of the other aesthetic work in Washington. So it is really interesting to do that in a number of really interesting designers and architects have been on that commission. So it's really fun to do it. And I did it for three years. And then when my wife got appointed to be ambassador to Japan, I resigned because if I had to go on one more plane trip, I would have died. So I had to stop. And my last question is one about how you refer to yourself all through your life. You've been framed as a renaissance man. And to this day it's old. No, it doesn't. You were referred to as you were referred to as a renaissance man in Andy Warhol's diary. And to this day, it would be a fair assessment of your varied output. It really would be. So how do you see yourself do you see yourself as an artist as an interactive designer? How would you describe that you once scoffed at this type of question and answered that your nuclear accountant, because it doesn't mean anything. But do you still feel that way today? How would you describe yourself as a side from a nuclear accountant? Independently healthy. Okay. Fair enough. Well, thank you for answering that question. And when thank you for the many, many contributions you've made to art and design and culture and thank you for joining me today on design matters. It's been fun. And happy.
"edwin d." Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Museum, you created bears and dogs that wouldn't do anything until a child touched them. And you described it as a cultural place that says, without you, this is not functioning. But given how little we are actually able to interact in most museum settings. How did you encourage the children to actually want to touch the animals? It was a giant big bear and a giant big dog and a huge tree. And the idea was is that when the children came into the museum for the first time and then subsequently later in the day that it would always look like the first time that they came in. And they'd have to wake up the dog bear and the tree and everything by feeding it. And getting on bicycles and blowing wind on it. And cranking up lights to put sunlight. And so the environment never worked. They had to be the vehicle through which active participation happened. Because again, it's this thing about understanding the dynamic role that human beings play in making an environment work. So I love the idea that this place needed them in order for it. There used to be a group of toys called tamagotchis. I don't know if you remember. Yes, I do. Which you had to take care of. Yes. And so this was like a place there was a tamagotchi. And it was a model of the environment. And there was a project that we did all the design work for. And then they never could raise the money to build it. That's tragic. Yes. How much do you think the way in which children play and the way in which they interact both in museums and out has changed with the advent of social media and are dependent on devices? I think there's just an enormous amount of less silence sort of a zero state when you're kind of wandering. And I think that that's amazing. And I think it fosters a sense of interdependency among people, which is really critical. But yet people have less of a sense of agency that what they do makes a difference. Why do you think that? Because they're working at a distance from other people. And so all the things we work at are projects that try to create a sense of agency among the people working in the environment. You created Hannah Barbara land. A cartoon themed amusement park just outside Houston. And you designed a museum, great word that demonstrates principles of animation and television and one attraction you are a star. Let visitors project themselves into cartoons with Hannah barbera characters is yogi bear and boo boo. And this work is inherently interactive. It does require participation. How are you able to project into people's minds? And anticipate what and how they're going to want to participate in something. The first step of a design process of a project for us is to try to think about what the invitation is going to be to this experience. How someone would feel or understand what they were coming to experience. And that the experience would be involving engaging with them so that you feel as if when you go to this place, it's not going to be something that you passively can walk by that it's something that you can engage with and that there's a consequence of your actions. How can you create an unforgettable interactive experience that is remarkable for different kinds of people? They're common denominators in terms of that sort of seductive nature of encouraging somebody to participate? Well, they're all different kinds of invitations. I think one of the projects which I'm most excited by and pleased by is the Arab M Kennedy institute for the United States Senate, which just opened, well, not just. It would be three years in March. But it is a full scale replica of the Senate chamber. And that's a hundred people at a time, go into this environment. And each of them is a senator, and they receive all the information about a certain day in the Senate. And the bills that are up for being past are not passed. And they have to figure out how they're going to work together to make it happen. It's three hours. And it is a remarkably interesting remarkably compelling experience for all the high school kids that come and do it. And we also made it so that the platform on which this institute works, the scripts for all the different days in the life of the Senate are made by other high school kids. So all the work is being done collaboratively both either composing the work or playing the work. And the level of engagement of people having to take stand up and defend policies that they don't like because they want to learn how to collaborate and how to reach consensus is a thing that I think is a critical ingredient of contemporary life. And a critical ingredient of our being able to prosper as a society and as a culture. How do you plot the journey that people take through these types of experiences if somebody starts here, they're going to go there? If somebody starts there, then they move there. Is that something you think about? Yeah. We do storyboards. Use model storyboards of all the different players in the game and how they work with one another. All four of your great grandparents were Ellis island immigrants who were born within 50 miles of one another in Russia. Right. And ESI was chosen to design the Ellis island American family immigration center, giving people a chance to interact with the exhibits and find out if their own families pass through the gateway to the United States. And you've said that your whole life began on Ellis island. The things are really beautiful line. So how personal was that project for you? It was a knockout. It was just amazing. From what I read, and I wasn't exactly sure how this happened, but you ended up finding your own family's names through the interaction and the data that you were given? I didn't know for sure because stories were lean on facts. And so I didn't know for sure that when they had come and exactly how old they were when they came and where they so but el sound is the best boundary in the world in the sense of having information because they not only asked name and age and sex, but they asked where you started from where you embarked from where you were going. And what were you carrying with you? And the thing that was so astonishing about that one question was that somewhere like 40 or 50% of the people brought tools with them. That's what they brought with them. They brought writing tools. They brought chisels, they brought woodworking. So they'd have something to be able because they weren't doing. They were people who knew they had to survive and that they were all skilled in crafts. You know, it's sort of an amazing lesson about what immigration, what the huge benefit of immigration is to the countries that people immigrate to. Because all the people who came came to work and to make things. You found in the database, the name Abraham hirsch. Right. And he was a grandfather who arrived in New York harbor in 1903. What was he carrying? He was carrying his tools for prayer, and he was carrying 8 books that he had handwritten. Did he come by himself? I don't remember exactly. I think he came with three brothers and two cousins and one adult. As a Jewish man, what was it like working for the Pope? And how did you get the job? It's a very open minded of the Pope. The cardinal from Detroit was in charge of the project. And so he called up one day and said he'd like to see me. And so I went to Detroit to see him. And we talked about doing the job. And then he said, you know, if you're really do a really good job, you might go to heaven. And I said, so I don't believe in heaven. So is there anything else you think you still got the job?.
"edwin d." Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas
"Think that's great. And I think people listening to this need to understand that it's not as difficult as they think, right? Edwin to get something started. You just have to get it started. And I think as I hear you talk about your story and the pride that you have and the work that you guys have put in and you know, I kind of think back to the folks that started Shopify. And you know, they started, you know, a lot of people don't realize this. The guy that started Shopify, correct me if I'm wrong, but he was a snowboarder. And he wanted he wanted to sell snowboards and some other stuff that he had come up with some really cool designs and stuff. And he wanted a simple way to do that. And now they are a multi-billion dollar company. And their stock value is through the roof. I wish I had bought some Shopify stock back in the day. It's expensive now. I mean, it's over a $1000 a share. But it is definitely, I mean, they have kind of perfected that. But what you guys have done here in this local market has created something along those same lines. And there's a huge opening in that space for people now that we a lot of people are working from home. I just was on the trail on the greenway and I ran into a neighbor and she basically told me that her group at Walmart is 100% going to be remote. So everybody's working from home. And just that one group and not all of Walmart, but I want to be clear that that is going to be one of the differences that we see moving forward is how people work where people work, how people set up businesses, where people set up businesses. So rejoice is kind of perfectly positioned to take advantage and to create that viral marketplace that kind of needs to be created for people to sell their wares. Yeah, I mean, and the way we see ourselves is, I mean, we think Shopify is great. And I think there's definitely a space for that. But we see ourselves as an in between.
"edwin d." Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas
"Excited to be with you today. I'm here with Edwin Ortiz, the founder of rejoice and rejoice is a startup here in northwest Arkansas that I heard about through some other friends that live here locally. And I said, wow, what is rejoicing all about? And I'm going to actually let him tell the story of rejoice until the story it tells his own story, but without further ado, I want to welcome Edwin Ortiz to the I am northwest Arkansas podcast. How are you doing? Doing great Randy. Thank you so much for having me. I'm excited. Oh man, no, it's great to have you here and like I said, I really appreciate your willingness to come on the podcast and share a little bit about your journey. You know, one of the things that we always talk about is that the podcast is always focused on the intersection of business culture, entrepreneurship and life here in the Ozarks. And I'm sure you could talk about all of those. But why don't you just give the audience an initial introduction into who Edwin Ortiz is and then we'll kind of go from there and talk about this baby that you birthed called rejoice and what it's like. I mean, you have two babies at home, two beautiful daughters, but you also have another baby called rejoice. And I want to talk about that as well. So why don't you tell the audience a little bit about yourself? For sure. So yeah, my name is NRT so I was born in Mexico City grew up there moved to the U.S. when I was around 15 and I've been around startups my whole life. And graduated from Brigham young university in at home started business, chain, and then worked for a few years for a couple Fortune 500 companies doing technology supply chain and retail. In 8 different countries. And then it started my first startup pull launcher. And it was this platform, but made it easy for people to order lunch from their office and get it delivered for free. And it worked really well. We grew up to 80 offices up until March of 2020. And then all 80 offices closed. So at that point, yeah. Yeah, it was interesting, and at that point we decided to keep serving our customers..
McNeil's Homer Lifts Mets; Phillies Slip in Playoff Race
"The Braves lead the NL east by two games following the Phillies three two loss to the Mets New York came back from a two run deficit and went ahead on Jeff McNeil Homer off losing pitcher Kyle Gibson leading off the seventh I mean if I could change about that was a very good pitching in on this little frustrating missed that one but I know it is a problem in the you know same page same change up enough you can miss that one the deal also singled and scored on dom Smith's game tying two run double in the sixth winning pitcher Erin Luper skipped a bases loaded jam in the sixth Edwin Diaz worked the ninth for his twenty ninth save Bryce Harper drove in a run and scored a run for the Phils who are three and a half games behind the cardinals for the second NL wild card I'm Dave Ferrie
Kieboom, Nats Rally Again, Score 2 in 9th to Edge Mets 4-3
"Carter Kieboom interest Evenson hit RBI singles in the bottom of the ninth off Edwin Diaz to rally the nationals past the Mets three to two D. as walk to the first three hitters he faced before surrendering the RBI hits he blew two saves in the five game series Alonso hit a solo Homer and an RBI single for the Mets who took three of five in Washington but fell four games behind idle Atlanta for the NL east lead Patrick Corbin allowed three runs over seven innings the longest outing by a Mets starter since he worked seven on August third Trevor Williams allowed two runs over five innings for the Mets I'm Dave Ferrie
"edwin d." Discussed on Natch Beaut
"Get it because if a product really doesn't work with you. I don't think you should stop to pay for it. That's one thing but there are people that just do this like to get their makeup for the weekend and then they just returned day after the that stuff gets tossed and not it gets tossed. We can't donate it. We can't do anything with it. That's now would you want somebody to resell you that now. So that's gone so i think they're going to lean more towards some. Maybe they will lean. I want a sample of a damn chocolate. Brown lives sick with a silver frost. That's what i want edwin. I think we should make you a custom lip stuck around around. You know where. I am going to be in my house building my day. I'm packing my boxes. I'm here. I went to the bite. Lip bar in new york. And i had a fabulous. I've still never done that. Which is insane. I had a fabulous time chocolate with silver frost. Here's where i'm a little concerned. Because when i went to bite didn't have a ton of frost rif a ton of metallics. Yeah but she did have stash. And she's like listen a official capacity. You can't get this lipstick reproduced for having a good time. Someone throw some glitter in this motherfucker. And i was cooled. Yeah we'll you know. I would have a good test so maybe i'll just nick some. Maybe i'll go with you and just snakes litter and be like he just does mix baby. I'll pay ya know customer. And that's what i said i'll pay for. Gimme up charge me honey. All charging for that all that. I'm i think we'll see some more frosted lips and more frosted lids pretty soon. So i think they'll oh my god. I could use that as shadow to a lipstick. You could you don't think i should. I just feel like frost a matching i and lip. Frost would be in a moment. But i don't wanna put lipstick on. I'll obviously i'll tell you you're the pro. I'm glad you're getting. I was getting over. I love to. But i know a lot of liquid lipsticks. People use them liner. I save well as long as you make. Eyesafe it's coach right because like all i'm saying is i'm i'm single. Look in my eyes. I'm seeing a look. I think we should make this lipstick happen. And then we'll just show the honeys yes by all us and those messages reload to come in and make some lipstick. Where is there one in la. Now there's one there are at least there was one pre pre show. I don't know what they're doing. So much fucking dulling. I go i know i have i gone. It's ridiculous. it's embarrassing naturally. You know what other places as well. There's a lot of places. La we can get custom blended makeup that do want to of those out. So maybe you can do that. I need a chocolate brown with a silver frost. Also if you're at home you can custom blunt anything you want. If you have a loose rise if you have loose shadow or shadow pick vince. Just make sure they're cosmetic grade like pigments and i shot but like just mix into anything. I mixed those into the other day on set. I was mixing into gloss hunting. I'm making a custody loss right here. Let's go because i know. I mean i'm going to get my old. Cd book out and use a cd to mix product me. Oh bob ross pallet. I'm telling we'll doing it happening. Let's get ready and we'll get. We'll use cd palette. Yeah i have some at home good. I can't wait. I don't own any more cds. I gave my friend my entire book of cds years ago. And i deeply regret it. I would regret it if i were you. And i know she thrown out because she probably was like. Oh why do i have. I love physical media. Have no in my apartment. I had all these mix cds that like guys made me in high school and college and shit if every your wife is down camano because that's why always keep mixed media but yes kyle. We can't rely on alone in this world. I mean we. Can't i do as i need that for my thermostat adding yes but there are times when you're like i just wanna be able to physically insert a desk. Yes and see a product without having to use internet. Speed goals edwin. Find you schulkin. confine me on insecurity. You're pretty elusive on the internet. These days i am the absolute worst. But i do check the mrs often as i can do. I do check my message. Requests as often as i can solve not a complete jerk. I'd love to be one of those people that can talk about myself and post about my work all day every day. I'm not. I am not respect but but you are available if any honeys live locally owned. Gosh if you've got the check everyone will be there. We could do make up lessons. I love makeup lesson if you are able to if you have a birthday coming up and you just want to treat yourself like a makeup lesson is so much fun because you can sit there you can go to counter you can get your make done. You may or may not take something away from it and then you may or may not use the products that you purchase like a lesson sitting down with somebody who is figuring out your face specifically and making it makes sense to you. I think can be a great confidence but if we won at one point we do one of those like master classes. Like mario and kim did but we may and you yes was. He's so fine we have. Let's do that. Yeah we're brought it up before and i'm down. We ran out something i do. I think i can do a demo. And then i think since you're practicing your applications skills we can get you a model and you can. Aw oh oh my god yeah on you imagine if i do one we can each honey. Oh do we have any twin honey is of course we do make my dad and his my uncle. Let's row. Let's put them in drag. I got gang tape in the car. You're gonna need a lot. Good missile seventy and i'm just saying the easier to title but i'm saying back money. Listen you won't catch me without a yank over. The age of fifty on officer did talk about that on answer view. I have seen him do yanks entrance. Yeah it is in entrancing. I am just just now. I'm just now pulling into the station. I'm having a great time. Still figuring out hiding going and angles can get scary. Yeah yeah. But i love them. You love well. If that's the effect you want. And that's just if you want to look like your favorite instagram person. Who has their skin pulled so tight. They could hardly blink. Yeah fatima before you go out and get fillers. Do get a yank tries some little table. Pull it back. I do look ridiculous and then you take it off for the night. It's costume ferment. And you don't have to get into solved right good tip. Everybody get that tape okay. I'm going to let you go. Thank you for being here. Thank you so much incredible. You answered all the honeys questions very thoroughly and thoughtfully where we respected. We thank you anytime. I will gladly shop for the holidays. I know you will thank you. 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"edwin d." Discussed on Natch Beaut
"I would sooner block out. Somebody's eyebrows with glue and paint on a skinny brow real eyebrows. Yeah so before. You think about taking a freaking tweezers your brow and just having no that decision could be permanent and think about just spent jackie's mistakes look at everybody with the sperm browse. Say not me. Hadn't lauren adams go horseback. What i wanna know. Hers are so big in russia's we are. I'm telling you some people. Laurie out with the devil and gave me his number listen. I can give him first firstborn male. That's fine. i'm william. How do you think i got this house honey. Way i can get me a house. We have to negotiate the last question for you from another kerry. What kind of powder do you recommend for daily use. I feel like i missed that quote unquote. We look of justified makeup. But then if i don't use powder maker quickly it wasn't worth it good question. I've only recently started setting my under i with powder. Wow i was doing that before. But what power do we use. Does it matter to sense of one where we use it. I like finally multiple so for me. It's about the quality of the powder and how finally mailed it ends tasha has powder delicious. Yes yes okay. Super finely milled it. Basically the thicker powder feels in the more course. It feels the more likely it is to settle into lines. And there's also now full coverage powders. I've been seeing those on tiktok. Here's the thing full coverage powders have been around for like they. I love lucy war that they hover renaissance every five years. Everybody forgets are yeah. I love powder foundations. It's not for everybody driver. Wouldn't if you're adding insult to injury like hair. My mustaches fully out. Yeah every coated in powder. Yes i want something that happens. Got planner take a little tink colty. Do but everyone's like when you look in the rear view mirror. You're by the ludd. Go the party like ohio. Got i believe everybody should have a foundation powder and let me tell you why. Oh okay famously. Well i'm sorry this is why you're here if you can afford to have a translucent powder and a foundation powder yeah do it as a translucent to set under and i'll use a found i'll use a transit all over if i achieve the coverage that i want to achieve and i want lock that in all use it all. Oh yeah but if. I didn't get enough coverage for my foundation or are i said to myself. Hey it's gonna be hot out today on what this motherfucker off. Yeah i'm just going to do a little bit of counselor a powder foundation because that stays a little more locked in. You could do a cover like you can powder foundation on top of your foundation to either build up more coverage or to like really set it in but the reason i like carrying a powder foundation for touch-ups is you could rub your nose. I knows has no makeup on it. Within five minutes of medium. I make you and everybody else so powder foundation would literally just replace foundation. Came off your no. Which one do you like. I've been using the smash box. I don't have a powder foundation that i love. Yeah moment because i on tiktok really selling them to me. I know talknet. I can't remember the frigate. Is i think right now. I think for personal use. Get a powder foundation for yourself for kit use. I would have to carry forty power founded in order to run meets able to actually use a foundation or powder foundation without getting ten shades to charlotte tilbury one. Probably that makes sense. Ah sounds familiar any pot of charlotte tilbury are trust. Yes because hers tend to be talk free or low on and they tend to just airbrush. Yeah when the. I tend to like not because don't have the kind of cheaper ones have talk like the elfin the knicks. It's because it's cheaper ingredients and there's nothing wrong with that. If you know you have sensitive skin if you know that talk is just something you want. Avoid if you can avoid talk yes just avoid. It's not doing anything for anybody right. There's no reason to have so much of it in your pocket. If it's one of the top ingredients drop it. Yeah like if you can get a good powder foundation powder. Foundations are going to be coming in hot. I think that's going to be coming in hot. Because i i see it on tiktok all powder foundations or dry meaning you can use a dry sponge and put it on or use a wet sponge and build up that coverage and put. I'm so curious like anything for me. Long combs had wet dry. Powders for years powder foundation can really make or break a look. Especially when you're like doing a mid day touchup so i would save a little powder foundation. Try them out that powder. Foundations are the easiest thing to get slotched. Because you literally get a sponge. Swab it and guess what. I don't think i don't think the samplers. I don't think you're going to be able to sample everything anymore. That's something that covert has taken for this Goodbye ulta ari. Where i'm a little globs. Joking i'm glad for really truly in theory discussing because you don't know what somebody did before you got there well when you go to the environment likes for earl Not every day and not every brand has representative yes. It can be very difficult to keep just quality control that whereas if you go up to a counter with representatives of that brand they will i use to shave my lipsticks twice a day and file them to perfect little point so you just looked like i want to try that bitch like i shave my lipsticks down to a perfect point and then when you were on the retail floor and then before i applied i would in front of somebody sprayed with alcohol whole to do that. Then there's a procedure. There's definitely ways to sanitizer products. A lot of that doesn't come from shopping independently. Which i understand for a lot of people can be a bit of the stress of going into a department store but once you find somebody that you five with department store run with that. Yes because they're not gonna give you a journey hair stuck in yuccas. No no nobody wants. Here's the deal if you're looking at somebody and they're like try that on. Don't try it on some most of these cosmetics are. They are cleaned and we if people do their best but at the end of the day. You're not always there. No no no. And i have seen atrocities done i. I went to that. You know that sephora on the vegas. I've done some things. I'm not proud of in their dot sephora. Listen i was stoned. And i wanted to look good what you do what we do. We have to do it. Listen listen we've all done r.i.p testers. Well i actually think our testers might be thing but that might mean. Bring it on down samples because at the end of the day these companies are paying for everyone of these tests or bottles every that product is not just free product. They do have to expense that they do have to pay for that. They do have to create the product to go in there and it's possible they may say alright instead of having a physical tester. Let's instead make a sample like make samples of every shade. Then instead of doing that. Instead of having somebody try our tester we just give them a sample and we send them home with that sampling programs for the most part work. Because when i was behind the counter if somebody wanted samples on like how many you want girl let's go because if you love a product you will treat yourself but if you don't you just saved yourself forty blocks you saved somebody returning if they didn't like it. That's really where the industry turns people do a lot of returns. They buy something they know. They're only doing us for weekend and they return it..
"edwin d." Discussed on Natch Beaut
"Slash beauty industry is constantly pushing out new products. What product you keep going back to after trying. What is supposedly the latest and greatest. Great bucket question at is beautiful. I believe crystal sent me that and she's very smart like what's a tried and true that will never because it's hard to bust through the noise every day. There's a new pal it out. There's a new fuck and foundation line. There's something at the top of my head mascara. Yeah my favorites from s garros. My favorite is the milk. Cushman's yes that's been for years and that's been out for years at but before that mascara once you have the right formula you can try the new ones but once you find the right you just find yourself. You're right going back and it's so hard to not go. Everyone's talking about this. I'm going to try it but then you get it and you're like i'm disappointed. I'm just yeah. Yeah yeah. I think immediately what comes to mind as mascara. Skin-care will always probably try new things but like have you tried any of the new big crazy mascara. You remember that. I know you're cruelty free so you probably didn't use that mom. Maybelline is at sky high. That was huge on tiktok somewhere. No yeah no i just. I just started this week. I just started buying cover call because a hostess shows skirt like great cover girls useful. I love that they have such good prices for everybody. I used there all day lipstick today. Oh my gosh yeah have with it. Read in that photo. You showed me much that read. Oh yeah see. All know edwin did a big job today. And i did get some sneak peek. Not going to tell you i was. I was genuinely impressed. Because i don't know if anybody remembers mac used to how these prolong where lipsticks. There were double sided for a while. Everybody had long wear lipsticks. Side at one side was the color and the other side was the sealer whatever. Yeah yeah this is very that one side was the color but the other side wasn't a loss. It was a bomb. What a con bomb. Nourish your fucking lip thought. Because i thought with gloss glosses lot more wet does compromise the consistency of colorado. Yeah this bomb it really. It took about yes. The bomb was bomb. It took about six hours of where for me to even begin to notice it flaking on her and then i'll take it looked like it felt nice and then i asked her if you ever use these before. She's like a used them. I don't put these down there. So i'm really loving. The all. was that her product. Now i bought it the yeah by bought out kyle. That's a real and he was just like what do you. What do you need. And i was just like all right. Yeah i need this formula goody list this formula of lipstick showing some nudes. Show me some coral. Yeah but i really lip. Colors mascara is those are some of the things that like. It works for you. you'll always go. Yes there's a probably lipstick shade that you're like. Oh gosh i would kill to have that or you could go back to any day now. Yes there is this frosty brown revlon. That i wore in seventh grade and i really have never been able to find it by frosty brown frosties. We were just talking about. I think i'm sure they're out there. I need more frosted liberty in front of face. So you think frosted brown would go. Look so good on me okay. We're gonna find one if anybody knows a frosty brown. You call me. we're putting it out. Everybody ended up boston. Please do a frosted brown with a bronze or gold shifty or do you want silver silver shit. Charlie wanted to hear with a silver shafted. It was magical. That's what i'm missing right now. Seeing a lot of shifts at seeing his bronze need sproul. Silver or diamond chip. Yes i need to look at it and be like. Wow look so pretty on all skin tones to okay. Maybe i have to have started makeup company. We'll see what happens. I'll help you okay next question. Also a fun. What are some future trends. You anticipate what are some current trends that you hope will die out quickly. What is a trend right now. Are you seeing anything shifting towards a trend or is there a trend that started noticing a music videos. I know you've done a lot of really sexy pop music videos. We've gone through like at least three trends in quarantine alone so i feel going into quarantine. We're feeling euphoria fantasy yes. I think we'll be felt for years by that. What do you mean. Bright coloring larders glitters metric shade risks. Stolz face lace appliques. Allow you just get that. Perfect wing liner. No matter what Just a little sticker and you pop. It doesn't house macos. how has a collaboration. Phyllis cohen. But so does donnie davey. Who's the department head for euphoria. Actually had pieces made that look like the ones used in the show and they look so incredible need to buy them and she is an incredible makeup artist. If you do love the show for ya. Donny davey just follow her on instagram. And see how she creates. It's just really really really beautiful. It must be so hard to make sunday a look beautiful. I you know what i mean. She probably wakes up so much wayne. Just grinds skin-care in for about two hours and then a lot of a lot of power. Yeah i look at diet. I just think yeah. Are you heard those people. All i've heard is that she's the nice says and i i i know. Don't spit on your shot. She's dating spiderman now. They got caught making out shocking. Choking a hough kills manifest its good yes and he secured the honey when he did the riana song that done that. Was it for me. It was. That's all i needed to say. I was a little on the fence. Nothing alive all and i was just like. Oh he's cute. Yeah he's another spider but when he did when he came out in that out saying tiny set. Water corey lee. You honey giving you outfit wardrobe honey diets out there crack crack the pussy honey. She was just like well. i fucked. Yeah i fucked up yeah. Hers was good but it was as you'll called lip sync battle sync battle. They might as well as canceled after that episode. There will never be anybody. Remember when cheney tatum beyond that come out now that was good but tom holland took it to a level. You took it to another level that cancel. it's done the show will never be better than that. It was incredible. Invite viansa on stage. When you like brick right i just. I'm like why invite the comparison. Say number guess. Why would say well. It made sure she was in another country to see her giotto before. I'm willing to say like you know what else i heard. This is tiki. And this is real and i will keep this in because somebody. I knew somebody who knew somebody who's to need somebody who worked on that show. They had to pay her her full rate. Jesse get her to show up and it was like a ton of money and she literally was like all show up. And i'll leave. And they paid or whatever like eighty-five whatever it was. They paid her. It's good for her. Yeah oh no she..
"edwin d." Discussed on Natch Beaut
"You there a floor in be okay. We have some questions. But i i want to ask my last question. I know there are so many people listening there might even be non binary. Honey's there might be mad honey's there might be honey. That really are curious about skin care or makeup. But they don't know where to start. You know you got ban on makeup now. He you got him on managing listen because that hd powder is so forgive and how to do anything else. I just bluffing. Some of that on your skin immediately takes off also the conceal. Her looks like a lipstick. It looks like a champs in looks like a very tactical anyone out. There is feeling insecure about having the products on them. For whatever reason you nobody would even know nobody. Everyone deserves conceal her. Here's the thing everyone deserves. Whatever makes them feel better about themselves. And that's the bottom line. If you feel a little bit of concealed will make you feel better about yourself in your day to day life. rock the fucking and he gives you shit fuck. Tell them to subscribe to nashville. Shown describe the. But like as paul size eliza pay my bills i am paying them. Fuck what does he say. I don't know but it sounded basically. They're not paying your bills. Don't pay attention right. Don't be times and that's fair but yes you can identify however you feel you should identify and there's probably make a product that will get you to where you want if that's what you're interested i don't wanna make up for my day to day fourth of july i was just like wow i'm poolside slap on a little bit of base a little bit lebron's or and that's what makes me feel better about being at a party and being poolside against these frigging gorgeous models. I mean i've late this party. That edmund was just with me at this party. I think this was the hottest culmination of humans. I've ever seen at that party. Been to this forty seven years in a row this job. i think i've been like maybe two years now and every year. I'm just like who are these. People cast this party. Do you remember when those couple with the two. Mullets came in everyone. Start up. they looked like you typed into a computer. Can you make the to coolest people that have ever existed enter. And they shot out a printer and then she had the nerve to pull out a secret bathing. Yeah it was already looked so high. A yeah and then she put on these pasties of a bathing convinced. Lee sequined tiniest slivers of a triangle. Top in a tiny little slope book just barely cover in this tiny little post every barely covers. The pupil truly truly nothing but she looked all credible. My god and the boyfriend was like a stranger. Things he'll wedding singer. John is now. They both were literally like the per everybody. That party everybody party and i knew everybody. That party was so beautiful. So i said i said to myself put alabama paulo damn spray tan. I was like i can't we rotate delicious. I pulled it end. The proof is in the pudding it sure and those photos hardly right that is a basically a raw image it. It is a raw image. It's my photos natori. Everyone does doesn't okay. I was going to ask you. What are some easy mega products to start with light coverage easy use of the top of your head maybe super accessible for people who wanna get into make up but her little shy for whatever reason a lot of times. I find when people are looking to get into makeup. It's because they want to cover some right in which we do honey which we all made some mistakes. I'm i'm a huge fan of conceal and conceal irk. You can get a lot done with concealed. there have been times. I have forgotten to pack foundations. And i'm like oh shit. I gotta do work. I've worked at chateau and sealer do so much and it doesn't have to be expensive. Elf makes the conceal her with a white top hydrating six dollars. Yeah i use it today for the first time did not budge. Yeah and looked so gordon and it's like is it do. What would be like the expensive products. Let's do shape shave. Oh shit. Because i use real shape and cry of it in the car will show to. It is so comparable on your job today. And didn't she look and edwin did a big job today. And i was just like cheap san steeler on this very famous woman that you did her makeup today put some expensive skin care. I it's rice. And i'm not going to cheap out on what's getting like the most. Absorption into a canvas allows you to do a six dollar concealed and have it look like a sixty s getting that. I'm getting that why non. i'll never turn down a damn conceal. I would carry it in my purse for six dollars. You can yeah you could get like five colors literally and really once you learn how to manipulate conceal her. The rest of makeup really just wool. Click into place because with conceal it's a lot of blending and maybe topping and just like whatever you gotta do to get it to blend in with town and you can understand that you can basically translate that to most other things when it comes to make up. The most important thing is lent yes. Plant blend honey and it's like the win truly if you can see it. Let's step five feet back. Yeah you can keep lending yeah. Does this elegance healer blend easily. Because i'm trying to help my honey's al beautifully okay. I'm actually really genuinely impressed magazine. It's the fullest coverage. No but i'm not good for a beginner. I'm not looking for the fullest. Build up coverage. If i need to yeah but like i just want consistent yes what if you want to conceal that literally will hide a body for you like a coverage. What are you use. Just used some mirex and it's a concealed slush foundation and that stuff will hide at like fully and it is just cal where he buried it. No really won't like it's got your back and female owned near that's four nine is very much killing at. We love to see a black female owned busy. Do getting promoted doing well. Because she's a woman she knows the shades have gone every all you need to do. Follow to nasa myricks on instagram. And look at the skin she does and you will just click. Add to copyright. It is very smart beautiful. And i honestly haven't tried a proctor. I i did not enjoy. She's like more so known for she. Has these meat basically like paint tubes that you can use multiple use product hairline. Moss's brought them up to me multiple times. They're so incredible. Gonna be playing with them on sunday. Because i'm doing doing caroline's makeup. Ooh yeah a. We'll see how we planted during the mini episode. We're doing well neighbors now. That's true but that's the thing one time i did catherine's makeup and it was so bad but that was a few years ago. I think i've gotten a lot better through. Who your first of all. You always look beautiful. But i feel like yes. Of course doing someone else's hard. It's so different. I swear doing makeup on other people. I could do it in my. I could do it in my sleep. Yeah types yeah doing it on myself paint by numbers. Yeah so slow on the opposite. 'cause i'm not a professional mega bars you are. It's different but you do. Gotta hang of it eventually and you will get better too. It's mostly confidence. They could sing well. I'm good at that. Hey this mile brand. I'm just getting to make it. So does anybody saying okay. Would you like to hear from the honeys. These are questions from the hunnings. I would love yes. Of course. Because johnny's love you you of the honeys. I just wanna say thank you. To crystal tricia lauren talka- laurie kerry and kerry yes to carries both ktar. Why or your questions. I asked the jackie j. for questions that you patriot first question. The makeup.
"edwin d." Discussed on Natch Beaut
"Purchase it on her website. Don't isn't it like on amazon whole life. That's worth works. People don't necessarily want support amazon. Which is why it's available on her website if you wanted to purchase directly otherwise it is very accessible on you can need an eyeliner by friday and if you wanna order on wednesday you'll get it in like doesn't need an eyeliner by friday. I do choose one of the top celebrity browns out right. Yeah like. I haven't heard anything about it really so this is great information about rare right now. People love rare. I listen. I would love beauty about halsey. She's got one now. I reached out to rare about the radio sirikit creek. I could hear a pin. I i can relate ada. I've never had a slow rejection. it was. I'm sure they're beautiful products. And i do absolutely so rare looks gorgeous. Rare looks gorgeous. Complexion looks gorgeous from rare. I really am. About-face was very exciting to me. Because i i love liquid shadow and i love a high impact color and mix ability within those products. So i love the concept of liquid shadow offer. You want i love that theory beautiful coverage with not a lot of heaviness on the skin or even the appearance of too much coverage so i think celebrities are really hitting the beauty s hard know. They'll get dragged if there should sucks listening post. You can't fuck right. She's fush that game so hard now up upped the game and she said hair care was that i'm not. Oh they have sunscreen. Her whole skincare line is out. I though light actually ryota was good like the night cream every night. kyle by boyfriend. Who like when. I met of three and one like you've changed his life. Oh my gosh. Yeah that fantasy fat water and the night cream. Use it every night. It's like our favorite our seats. The best skin care in the world. Does it smell good. It doesn't matter skin field delicious. Yeah hey that's all we want one. Yes i'm out. An asia rumbling. You might get rid of wrinkles. How do i feel. What's the ritual eh. That's why torture for me. One of my favorites can brands forever. Always touches such a ritual honey the scent and the experience of touch Makes you wanna do it now. I'm telling you it is sensual. Oh my gosh. It's cream in the blue. Jr. what does that the cream or the water. The water cream the water man. It's so nice. That's what i'm using for daytime right now you to fall. Water came works while on any skin. It's just obviously if you wanna get a little something a little more hydrating judy but water clean. It just looks so it was like a physical representation of a glass of water for your schedule. Kind of gets everything nice and juicy looking touch it is a real one touches. The real skin missed. I mean if i was going desert island and they were like bitch. You can grab four things forever. I would have to get a giant thing that i would be in it and then hollow sunscreen. Yes just like us superglue pool of just i feel like these are automatically renewing in my mind. You get five and that's all you can bring. Oh so we're seeing infinite resources or the infinite resources on our deserted i right yeah. Shell goop pool a missed. Perhaps it would be so convenient every morning to just dip in the subaru poll and emerge only covered like a milk. Bath covered mineral sunscreen. Yes be careful. We don't want her calling us. I have a question edwin. We're talking about skincare right now. What is the importance of care in. Regards to. How your makeup applies. It's extremely important. It is incredibly important. I if you do not have a good base if you do not have a good canvas to work on anything like suck on asphalt. Yeah i'm telling you you can take the most beautiful luscious foundation but if it sitting on dead skin that's just now having its first glass of water for a week. Yeah then guess what anythings roll off of it and look horrid so really like skin is more important than what you're putting on top. I would sooner cheap out on conceal on a foundation than skin care product. Unless it's as concur that is cost effective and also really really. Let's so great. But why it's so important and i find that a lot of people will tell you if you have good scan you don't need a primer if you don't have if you have good skin care you don't need a primer. I used primers a lot less. I know use primers to address like targeted concerns. But otherwise i feel like i'm getting what i need. As far as like smoothing and hydrating from my skin care i don't really necessarily use a primer. Unless i have somebody who i know for a fact oily our i for a fact slow more hydration or maybe foundation slips off of them either way. Skin care is a non-negotiable when edwin does my makeup. You would think that i would use it as a blueprint for when i do my own actual makeup show lacks the cream on me and you put a thick ice cream and you sit there and really worked at at work at nba. I love a lot of things that you find yourself being immediately insecure about most people at tends to be fine lines. It's one of the first signs of aging and it's one of the first things you notice when you smile and it's one of the first things that come up comes up and pictures dehydration ba. Yeah dehydration get that area. Nice and supple and get a load of spf in there. If you can so many problems or you can just keep aging at bay for so long just by having a really good ice cream and some sunscreen renewing my faith say that but i'm still like a lazy person and haven't left my house for years. Yeah do i put on sunscreen absolutely have to otherwise i well you said something. Do you remember when we did that. Clubhouse thing a few months ago you said it takes five years for sunday image to hit. I feel like every day. There's two thousand eleven coming. It's less more than five years. But you know what i'm saying like i look in the mirror. I'm like oh hi four head spots by the time you're angry about it. It's well past time. Yes right. So it's like yeah. Praise jesus your. That's your roommate now. she's she's here to stage. She in pain runs no l. Ooh babe babe. How are you honey..
"edwin d." Discussed on Natch Beaut
"Miss all honeys. I just you know like in quarantine we've seen. Were like two ships passing. I come in and grew in the morning and yes. That's true with seven masks on. I was literally as ambi- when you did that. You look beautiful cell. I was like bang bang. Oh good one hundred percent yes well thank you for coming back edwin. You've been here since twenty nine thousand nine since you've been here. A lot has changed on that issue. There now intro. Questions that i ask every guest and you have an answer them really. You're going to answer the first one is what type of skin do you have. Oh my skin is normal dry in the winter and then normal to oily in the summer so it changes about halfway through the air that is from a professional who has worked in retail and knows exactly what is on the labels very that was a very thorough answer very that. Yeah we appreciate it. You're not sense it. Would you say i'm not sensitive. I can. I can take a a sander this yes same. Walk like a polished rock. Yes i put on this vitamin c this morning. And i remember just thinking a lot of people probably couldn't handle this but it went on like nothing to me. Meanwhile i'm like you think it could buy a pressure washer home. Yes precedent mice. I would love that. Maybe we're goggles though. Just because i want eyeballs. Come out no no. We got to keep the People's keep those. I'm also do you remember edwin. I'm excited for this answer. Because i'm imagining is something of your beautiful glamorous mothers but do you remember the first beauty product you ever bought or used. Yes for me. Personally i did theater going up and my mom. Everybody got like the ben nike. Yeah signing van. Nuys grew up doing any kind of theater. You gotta bend cream kit. Got the we have the white and red money. It's rotted and you've got to put it on with the smell bad for who knows how long it was in the theater and before you got there. I don't know but i used it. I knew they weren't for us. This was a pre cohen world. Shared our ben nighthawks honey. There are things that i like. I wish i could still keep this habit today. Like i used to this idea of when i started doing makeup. We used to as to use his pallet like little hand pallets or character pilots that we would use while applying makeup. We see us old mixed cds that we just did not care for so you just put your make their all because you had a little where those called artists. Power valid. Yeah. the originals. Talent was a bob ross art palate except mine was a cd put onto our highlighter crane. Color whatever colours just put it all swatch it all on their get those free. Aol sixty minute three. They used to hand out cds. It was nothing. Yes i used to get like the gemstone. Cd that were so cute. To into writing mixed honey mix tapes. Start with mixed yes and then i went to mix cds mix tapes. Were harder because you'd have to wait for someone to come on the radio and then you'd have to record it off the radio. Show name that tune in quite sure. No there's a show yeah. There is a competency exam is one yet with jamie. Fox i go on there would kill go. I would 'cause i okay. I'm gonna play with right now ready so you have the name the song you have to give me like the first couple like some. What is it edwin. Yes i've listen. I know at least you keep on talking about. I will know a song by the first couple. Like oh rhymes. And life's and i'm like ragwort. Yes because you had to quake. You didn't know within five minutes. I beat a baby one more time. Throw the fucking own way just to start over. Let's hope they plant nets our they will they will anyhow okay so my mom did not want me. Is that ben night cream pot because it was so having. You'd have to remove with cold cream. So i went to the mac counter. Had this then. I went to the mat counter. And i got matched with my first product was studio fix powder or like a powder whatever powder foundation was at the time and honey. I never felt so so fish right. Look at this high pours. Who did you know. Did you have any inkling that you would be a professional megabucks at that point or now absolutely not entertained by makeup in high school. I took every art classes. I could take like visual fine. You sculpted naked people in shit. No i was doing because i know in orange county. I don't know that might be a thing. We're not that progress. Okay did learn how to do some really cool stuff but no no. They weren't doing nothing. Like i'm yeah hitting wouldn't that be wild. I would be down honestly. Let's teach human relations and consent in grade school and honestly also anatomy. hello. I don't know what's going on my damn body because i grew up in texas and they didn't teach us. I mean i can probably tell you. Because i take that course all i could literally tell you is what your anatomy does like beyond that. You don't necessarily when you were taught sexuality. You're just like this is that it does. This is what happens if you can figure it out on me girls. And then he goes. Okay have ready to grab some condoms. There you go listen. We all turned out pretty soon. I make product. Yeah my first makeup product like for my mom. I recently had this repressed memory. There's these accounts on instagram. that basically are nostalgia counts for ninety nine honey. Why don't you send me that. I need you right now. And they post commercials. So i remember making my mom by this. Baleen wet shine that stick. I had that and it was like this frog. wettest shine diamonds. A moist shine limor hunting hydrated. I've bought everything that. Tv told me to buy everything or girl. I bought this lipstick today. I'd fucking by it would love it know. I don't think they have something similar on the market. Now sure but it's going to be like in a liquid lipstick right. I just don't feel. I don't know frosted lips. Were such a vibe early. Odds you just cannot find that. Pink say frosted right lipstick. I had one called trailer. Trash great name by hard candy. Hard kerry was so amazing. I'm going to google it. It's literally the best color. It's the color that my client is the best frosty. Fuck and pink almost white. Oh all right. She's a court. she sure okay. I was going to ask you if you think. I should get geek squad protection on my new tv. Oh always it an upsell. Or should i do. It always get protection on. Yes i would say. Read through what it actually covers and what it protects and see if that aligns with things that could possibly happen to you but yeah usually go with the squad because you can extend the warranty expires. That's what they asked me. What's my shit okay. Good was my instinct. I always get extended apple care. Because you never know what's going to happen. You and i will suck life out of that warranty max. Just stop my last mac. I was literally just typing on it and it goes died. Greg kelly. i had the fucking an apple care and they fixed it up. But if i wanted to buy a whole new to compete a warranty to me listen. I love an additional fee when i read the whatever insurance. I don't care. I'd rather not problem. Saw yes later down the line if it cost me ten fifty one hundred whatever yes. I'd rather not have to deal with this okay. Good to know. I'm going to get it because if you my last question is this is an attribute after all what is the most beautiful thing about you edwin. What is the most beautiful thing about you..
"edwin d." Discussed on Doughboys
"Did forget to mention here. God a nightmare so our soldiers are running around like bug. Yeah that's why they're so upset. Norway lana dear lord all right so we're going to be blocked up for a few days. The podcast has been a real source of joy for me. Thank you for the absolute dedication you have for your fans. I've even dressed seven seven month old son and dobos ones embarrassing. He in parentheses. This not embarrassing. That's very nice mitch. Say it's embarrassing but it's very nice. Happy i'm happy happier big. Oh god i can't read this part mitchum happier big hollywood movie star thank you. That's not true. Nick you work harder and are lot funnier than you. Give yourself credit for emma. You're an on air talent susser. My wife likes you better than mitch or nick. Weird yes wife your wife is. Your wife has gone gone. Awol morton back to quincy r.i.p in regards. Brad w thank you brad. W that was very nice and god bless you send all these to us. Look if we gotta rank these out of five stars nick like you said it's it's hard for me to a desperate situation and if had to eat these like. I'm sure that you would enjoy. I'm like brad was saying where it'd be your best meal but if we're just going by taste i mean look if we're going by taste it's one star a half star. They're really bad. And it makes you be like damn. I can't believe you know people eat these things on a you know they have to eat these things on a regular basis. God bless for sure. But yeah i mean half star taste but for something that lasts for that long for years and for something you know you gotta go up further to the three or you know. It doesn't their job at a three or four. Does their job. So it's very hard to rate these wise. What do what do you think. Yeah i brought up the the officer rank insignia of the us military here and in terms of stars each star designates a different rank. I didn't know this. I thought you. I thought generals were just different ranks of generals but no one star brigadier general a two star major general three stars as lieutenant general and a four stars. The general in the navy admirals. I'm gonna say this is a major general this two stars okay. I think at least from this one because it's it is just pure nutrition horrible. I think i lucked out versus you guys. Not having something better that they had to heat up that was you know Just a just a just look like a hot mash But the water in particular was was delightful. Everyone what do you think how many stars you give this. I'm gonna go. I'm gonna do three and a half We now have yeah. I'm gonna go through a half because for the purpose in the nature of these meals. I think it's great. I think they actually do have some up. Well at least mine had some type of flavor Yeah just just overall man. It's this is a no go. I can't wow. I would never yeah. Yeah yeah if don't they don't taste they don't taste good fuel source. Why so. Maybe maybe yeah. Yeah and i know your fuel source guy. Why because i think you may be would enjoy these. These we look. We have more more we we we have. We have three more of the so we. We're gonna have to eat them at some point. This is going to be able to continue back. Yeah ed you're coming back to ease again. No we're not going to do that to you are busy a come back. You know if you know those some gummy bears. I'll i'll happily come back edwin. No we're going to bring in. Sao mai my fedex. Delivery guy is his ups delivery. That would be that would be amazing just bringing in and we can all sit down at. Who's out the door right now. I'll be right back. I gotta talk to him again for a little while you guys you guys can make due for a minute right. Yeah this is going to get up. And go talk to sal edwin hodgson. Thank you so much for being here. The film is due or july second on amazon prime. I saw it at your performance in particular is so good. Your character is a really great life and the motion arcade rises. without spoiling. anything is just. It's it's it's an awesome performance so check it check it out and you wanna tell us about the movie or anything else you would like to plug. I mean just overall. It's it's you know. It's a huge adventure. I think i think the fans. And you know chris pratt fans movie fans. I bands to enjoy this film It's definitely a throw ride. You know mike kinda sets it off for us you know he kind of the warners is when shit goes crazy so You know definitely look up his face but yeah just enjoy the film You know. I got good sam. We're gonna start shooting that For cbs Later on this fall Obviously lakers project. And then now my brother and i were working together in a creative aspect to it. A film producing shot before before. I leave in october. So you your brother. Also you'll give you wanna give your brothers out on on a great actor who's actor. Both both you learn talented brothers. Yeah so talented thank you. He's hawk man or somebody or anybody who doesn't know he's a yeah. He's your new superhero. So hell yeah. that's awesome. they go. Well you're here to just eating this stuff today. Anyone who is this. Dr euros stuff taste awful but thanks for joining us. Thank you for joining us in being something particularly terrible. Yeah boys episode. We have the end. Rick do a double edged road trip and go somewhere. That's what i wanted to a. Why is what. You're saying that it's always a good though boys episode when you an apology your ends with our guest. Thank you for being here at one. And hey that's this week's boys double we'll see you next time..
"edwin d." Discussed on Doughboys
"We didn't. I had no idea about this. I'm a big gummy bear fan. I like our bose's well. Why is a gummy skeptic. Which is a little bit gummy skepticism. it does. here's gas. Gummy eight yummy. But that's to me personally. Like i prefer like or something over a gummy texture. Insane distant insane take. A bad take is yummy. Yummy yummy yummy do. I'm not a chocolate dude. So you know get it get it. I get it and we're gonna have to. You're gonna have to start. Putting into the lakers scripts. A laker lakers players about badmouthing wider. Over the course of the series wanna hear about it. There's this real shitty kid was just born recently. I hate him. Yeah he was trying to get out of here all right. We get traded for nowhere these. These kids are phenomenal in the league. Now crazy yeah go ahead. Yeah now. I completely off topic basketball growing food cup. I i've i've i've i don't i only watch the nba now for tomorrow war commercials because my team my team. The celtics are out. So i'm not gonna. I'm not going to be watching except for the tomorrow war commercials. Yeah i had it on last night. I had the The told me why the the who was that it was a was the jazz last night. The jazz in the spot i saw was you was during the the sixers hawks game mode. Yeah yeah man is going to be the fucking clippers and the nets now. I think it's gonna be a big is gonna be clippers clippers bucks or or i don't know i think the suns could pull it off to crispell. He wants a damp being shipped. he really does i. Would i would love that so much. More at this point. I'm rooting for. I'm rooting for the sons in the west and anybody but the nets in the east i just think i think of the nets are fully healthy. They may might just beat everyone. But yeah i mean in this buck series with without kyri and possibly without harden. It's just a tough but but you have. Do you have a rooting interest in the league. Do you have a team of your own. Oh yeah yes antonio spurs. I'm a guy. How'd you come to become a spurs fan. I became a spurs fan. Back in two thousand three I actually didn't have nba team prior to that man. My first game. I went to was a laker spurs game and i just remember the lakers. Were just mobbing on the spurs and it was the third quarter towards ended third. Quarter and pop. Just beat red gets off. The bench gets into players. As and i've never seen a comeback in the fourth quarter. Like i saw that day and like that is my fucking team. I like that. Yeah so so since two thousand three I've been the spurs fan. I'm already fucking that stretched. It'd be a spurs fan now. A lot of success you know right right. At the end of the the robert era you know i kinda was introduced to them And then you know dunkin. I just use man. I just love him as a basketball player. credible i incredible You know watching the big. Three's nobly parker in forbes. I mean we we have. We had a lot of great players You know just all around good at camp. Did you know what. I kind. I kind of i kind of think of you as a tim. Duncan in that you're you're very good and your fucking and you're and you're boring as hell..
"edwin d." Discussed on Doughboys
"With the spoon. Man mike mitchell mitch wives. What's happening mitch. We have a hot date tonight. Our first i l meeting since we were in motto. And betsy is back yard with john gabor's eating taco bell. I think a year ago. It's true i know it's it's it's it's insane wild. We would get together twice a week back every week. It's been a year and three months or do you think that you will hug. I don't know it's not really a hugger. Are you know. I mean the answer was no. I don't think we're back each other. i'm back. I'm back in la wykes. i'm here You know. I had a really embarrassing thing happen to me right before i left massachusetts. I was swimming like right off of province town and accidentally swallowed a diver. Hack this is. This is alive you hear about this. I saw this on the news. I don't think it was. it was it was. I actually swallowed this diver. Gotta get outta town. I to get out of town. I hope you're not extradited same here. I'm i'm back though. I we have a very special guests. Our guest was already helping me before the episode started. Today's episode it might be messy when we when we asked what it might be. It might be a bit messy but it's fun. What we're doing is is interesting and fun. So yeah i i. It's the nature of this. Podcast is is. We always make it a pain in the ass for our guests which is unfortunate. But we're very very very very happy to have today's guests. Mitch from the purge six and the tomorrow war streaming july second amazon prime edwin. Hodges here edwin. We're good we're happy to have you you. It's been a long time. You know you're the first person i saw in los angeles. Is that true. it's true. I swung by one's place yesterday and i dropped him off something for the subject of today's double. Which will man. It's already insane. It's already it's already it's already. It's already insane. My my pants are wet. Which explain later. Yeah edwin days. Thanks thanks for being here. it's funny edwin and i. I was in a way. I was supposed to be edwin right hand. Man i was i was i was i was edwin guy in in In the movie and then something happened with with the there was a change in casting. One of the one of the actress had to drop out. And i think shifted around and i became a character but i was edwin like buddy and we were we were. We were we. Were i remember when we were doing training. We did like military training edwin. So bad at it. And i and i 'cause edwin you're you were good at you've had experience with you've done a few shows before where you've had a just a just a few experiences. Yeah yeah you you were. You were top of the class. You did really well. And i loved it because like we when we started going to like we would we would go up stairwells and stuff like that and we go into carter's edwin was like i'm taking mike. We're going we're going. We're doing this together. And i was so happy that i had someone that was good doing it. I was so so bad at at military training but then shipped around. You weren't bad on the fly like everybody else. It was crazy. Millions of the yeah. It's insane when they're like especially when there. There's there's a scene that was cut from the movie. So i'll just say but they were like they had gone long in the day and they came up to me. And i was one of the first people who gonna shoot blanks on when we were in that building their edwin and it all got cut out of the movie but they were like they came up to me and they were like. We're like run short time and then also they were like here. We're gonna take your time to shoot the gun which is actually like. Besides the training was the first time had like really shot the gun with blanks in it and then they were like all right. So there squibb's in the ceiling and you have to move it like this like you have to do it within a second half and also you can't cross anyone's face because you can blow their face off and i'm like hell there's so much shit you gotta juggle and then and then i think that maybe the maybe the time ever onset were where i felt like people. I felt like a hero in the way. Because i just did it right on the first thing and people are like yeah. It wasn't even like or anything. People just happy that i did. It correctly faces blown off. This goofy guy was going to blow someone space off and he didn't. Yeah gets dangerous sometimes for sure i know it was it was it was dangerous and you you knew your stuff and then not only do my character become his right hand man. You're then you're character. Kinda despises me and a couple of other people like eighty s. Then pretty much shortly after that this is this is this is new but you got cast a laker. After that and i got stabbed in the heart and yeah man stabbed a lot of people in the heart. Smith laker here not wider. Wider is very excited. Yeah yeah well. I heart missing. I will i will say for you. You know i. I'm happy that i stabbed mice open heart because this this project actually One of the more fun projects. I've done since since tomorrow were but Yeah all the actors. The writers producers mandate. They're doing this this project justice and that thing laker fans and basketball ends in general they. They're going to really enjoy. Enjoy the show because regarded regardless of your allegiance to a team or not. It's just like a fascinating era in sports time laker era..
"edwin d." Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew
"Always get at so. I'm walking in at win. Is walking out and he does like a three one. Eighty balls back behind me and you know the rest is. The rest is history but was my alarm clock. Goes off at five. Forty a m. i have to be at work at six thirty. And i'm like i wake up and i am. This is code red first verse issue. I saw leather pants on the ground. And i was like mine and or is next to me is wearing leather pants back in those days. And they're coming back patio like low vs you remember them like deep levy s and then to make matters even worse he had a ponytail. Y'all up bly. Burt guy the ponytail is to keep the hair straight up. I'd wear it down some diomede but the situation. Like i i was like oh my gosh beanie on last night. I didn't see this ponytail. And i was like did he help beanie on the whole time. It's really a edward real obviously going through something like you got a gal and he's like one my name's edwin and to like cab here. So how am i. Oh let's start started. But i really think the fact that like he could take a joke in take the fact that like i didn't know his name. What would she didn't tell you is that after that she did. Give me a ride. And she picked up her friend and the entire time destroying digs out. Way that my hair and then petty literally told me she said. I don't think we hooked up into guys like you guys at blonde hair and blue eyes never hooked up. Wow like you feel like you know but then you know now. Now.
"edwin d." Discussed on Couple Things with Shawn and Andrew
"Cto twenty twenty two will down below where you can pick those up. We cannot wait to see your faces and six different cities where we're starting. We're starting mistakes and we have plans to do a lot more. Geez see you guys. They are check it out so without further ado going this one teddy mellencamp and edwin arroyo teddy and edwin or should i say edward. I know there's now a little back story behind that we can get into it. It was a pleasure to talk. I have. I want to start up. Teddy you may be the only other person that we've had on this show. Who's from indiana. I grew up in indianapolis myself. And i know you were born. There is that correct was born in bloomington indiana. Gosh oh preemie baby. Born in bloomington. Indiana and i lived there until the third grade when my parents got divorced. But i still go back for holidays and i love it right off lake. Munro do you know anything about lake lemon now. Well it's it's in bloomington and it's it's where we have a lake house anyway side now i would like to. i would like to revisit. I intentionally miss named you edward. 'cause i know there's a story there so let's dive into that. I wanna hear about the first meeting. So i was actually recently divorced and it was the day after christmas and i was like you know kind of like i was just sad. And just kinda bummed out and my girlfriend's we're like let's let's go out to dinner and i'm like okay and a sweater dress that like you lounge around in the house and and we went to dinner and i was over served and then as i'm leaving there like we saw that there was a nightclub next door like let's see we can get in because in la nightclubs now. But it's it's a scene to get in you have to like it's like dropping names or you have to look. This is terrible. But i was with twins so of course i got him because twins.
"edwin d." Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
"The whole line cd. We'll be rather shorter. Perhaps than that of a full-sized woman and will shade off more rapidly towards its extremities but the identity of the colors would give you an immediate impression of identity of class making you neglectful of other details bear in mind the decay of site recognition which threatens society at the time up the color revolt add to the certainty that women would speedily leaned to shade off their extremities so as to imitate the circles. It must then be surely obvious to you. My dear reader that the color bill placed us under a great danger of confounding a priest with the young woman how attractive this prospect must have been to. The frail sex may readily be imagined. They anticipated with delight the confusion that would ensue at home. They might hear political or ecclesiastical secrets intended not for them but for their husbands and brothers and might even issue commands in the name of a priestly circle out of doors. The striking combination of red and green without addition of any other cars would be sure to lead the common people into endless mistakes and the women would gain whatever the circles lost. In the difference of the passersby as for the scandal that would be followed the circular class if the frivolous and unseemly conduct of the women were imputed to them and asked the consequent subversion of the constitution. The male sex could not expected to give a thought to these considerations even in the households of the circles the women were all in favor of the universal color bell. The second object aimed at by the bill was the gradual demoralization up the circles themselves. In the general intellectual decay they still preserved their pristine clearness and strength of understanding from their earliest childhood familiarized in their circular household with the total absence of color the nobles alone preserved the sacred art of site recognition with all the advantages that result from that admirable training of the intellect hence up to the date of the introduction of the universal color bell. The circle said not only held their own but even increased their lead of the other classes by abstinence from the popular fashion. Now therefore the artful irregular whom i described above as the real author of this diabolical bill determined at one blow to lower the status of the hierarchy by forcing them to submit to the pollution of color and at the same time to destroy their domestic opportunities of training in the art of site recognition. So as to enfeeble their intellects by depriving them of their pure and colorless homes once subjected to.
"edwin d." Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
"And really try to showcase that as much as i possibly can say to really look. The name sounds so new. England houseman in the paper chase. Well i'll tell you that. That name. So i always named characters when i'm writing. I tried to name characters really quickly. Especially when i'm drafting. Because he hey you can always go back and change them and be when you're drafting. You don't wanna be distracted by anything and it can be very very easy to have five hours. Go by and all you've done is hanging out on baby naming so when i came up with hester as a character i didn't really again. I didn't know much about her. But i did know that she was a woman and i knew that she had this child. And so i thought well that day. I the day. I decided to add it to the store at that. I'll just call her hester. And i'll call the child pearl After the characters in the scarlet letter and then the next day. I woke up. And i thought that is so pretentious. I really have to change that So but i thought. I really liked the name. Hester gonna leave has like those old fashioned names and but so. I changed the child's name to kate. So it's has during kate now and then the last name again. I sort of mentioned this earlier. When i was writing. The novel was admitted to be funnier than at wound up being And hester loves movies and in the original draft. She loved romantic comedies. And so i was going to call the first book in the series. His girl thursday a sort of a play on his girl friday. And that's where the heck thurs became from. Floyd thursday is also a famous character from the maltese falcon. But i did not name her. After that it's fascinating the to be a question as being mill author writing of female lead series. Any challenges on that. How can you explain that process Process handling that. Sure i mean one of the things that helps them that. The books are told from multiple points of view. And so i all. I mean all the characters come from me and none of the characters are me at the same time So has there winds up. I try at the end of each at each one a win. The novel goes off to my publisher. I try for hester to be about forty percent of the overall manuscript And then the remaining three characters the remaining three pov characters split the remaining sixty percent and so you know alright. From men's point of view all right from women's point of view in general. I never right from my own point of view. Because i'm super boring and nobody wants to hear about my life so i'm always having to inhabit other people's that's why fiction is you have to inhabit the heads of other other people and try and make them seem authentic so with house there. There are a couple of things that i do to make my life a little easier..