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"ennio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And the ugly music by the late Italian composer Ennio Morricone. E from the film of the same name. Hey, and the director Sergio Leone, Leigh work together frequently in the sixties. It is now generally thought that some of the films were not great, although some of them were but that the scores of soundtracks were Just totally groundbreaking, the way he would use the twang of the electric tar and odd instruments like the Carina or the harmonica in with orchestral sounds, which is what people expected to hear in the cinematic score. So in a funny way more Cockney wasn't just his name. It came to be a signifier, an adjective a style. You know, if you said a band had a kind of Morricone E sound to it. People sort of knew what you meant. You know, it suggested wide open expanse is perhaps of the American West. It had a certain dusty, 20 quality to it. We're going to continue with Morricone ease the man with the harmonica. I mean, he did use the harmonica to such great effect. This is from the Sergio Leone, a movie once upon a time in the West, which is considered a classic. Well, then, here the first of our tributes to Ennio Morricone E this one from the American band. The Tin Hat Trio will go back a few years to their album, The Rodeo eroded. On which they did a piece called O N. E O. Get it. O N. E o A tribute to Marconi that includes all the signifiers of this sound. That lonely guitar sound that even lonelier harmonica sound the wordless vocals. All put to good use by the tin hat Trio and we'll wrap up the set with some music that will be familiar to you, Bono will barato el Khatib. Oh, yes, the good the bad and the ugly, another cue from the same film. Celebrating the music of Ennio Morricone e on new sounds. Bilbo. No Ill proto TiVo. The good, The bad and the ugly, A lesser known film cue from the famous score by Ennio Morricone E, the late Italian composer. Before that, a piece called O N E N O spelled all in caps. O N e O a tribute to Ennio Morricone E from the tin hat trio and using a lot of the sounds that Maura Cockney made famous in his Spaghetti Western film scores at the beginning of the set the man with the harmonica from Marconi's score, too, once upon a time in the West. They were just so many more cockney pieces and so many tributes. It's really hard to To sort through them and figure out what can fit in an hour. And what can't well, many things can't. But I have to play for you. An excerpt from the Big gun down a record made in the eighties by John Zorn. You know who has still to this day, a kind of ferocious reputation as an avant garde composer and central player on the New York downtown scene, But he also loved Morricone's music and did a whole album of really inventive and often very personal arrangements. Of Morricone's music. We'll hear Julia Testa Duck you sucker from the big gun down, in which Morricone ease familiar, unusual sounds are replaced with, among other things, Japanese traditional instruments. And John's horns, beloved duck calls, especially at the end of the piece from the album, The Big Gun Down the music of Morricone e arranged by John Zorn. Duck,.
"ennio" Discussed on The Big Picture
"A little bit about the Oscars. The Oscars made some changes last week, and they did this after we recorded, so we didn't get a chance to talk about it, but about five or six days ago, the Oscars added eight hundred nineteen new members. If you think back to ten or twelve years ago, they were fewer than five thousand members in the academy, and the Academy has grown so radically over the last decade, and in part pushed by the leadership over the last couple of years and a handful of presidents that have reigned in that time. And they've done so for you know one very specific reason which is to make that body, more diverse and the academy more than any publicly debated group is probably one of the whitest oldest and most male organizations that we had back in the I don't know late two thousands, and into the early two thousand ten. and. Now. We see that they super pass this diversity goal that they've set for yourself. of the new, people who've gotten forty-nine percent of those new. Members are international. Forty five percent are women. Thirty six percent are identified as under represented by ethnic or racial means. Sixty eight countries are represented on the list. This is a pretty. Significant moment the I mean it's it's really the culmination I suppose of the last five years of worth at the academy has been trying to do. But what do you make of the now ten thousand members of the academy and the fact that it's not just the bunch of you know eighty four year old men who worked on Benson Manelli film in the nineteen sixties. Everything that you just said. Great, it is funny. You know when they announced this. They also announced some of individual members who are invited at its minutes, just often like reading a list of all your faves, and it's very some of the people that you wrote here. You Know John David Washington Florence Peo- Brian Henry Luang Ari Astor. Many of the actors from parasite, it like great love. All those people put him in..
Ennio Morricone, Prolific Italian Composer for the Movies, Dies at 91
"Lost one of the greats, one of the one of the greatest contributors to the history of film, my favorite film composer ever annual Marconi who died over the weekend and ninety one years old I. Was bummed deeply by this news despite the fact that he was a man in his nineties, What was your reaction? I assume you were not a week like I was at one o'clock in the morning when this came across transit, no, I missed it, so I woke up to the obituaries, which were represented a full career, and
"ennio" Discussed on WJR 760
"Supreme Court vote was unanimous in Detroit Man has been charged with stealing Mohr than the 1000 new key fobs out of brand new cars and selling them on eBay. According to the federal Criminal Complaint, 41 year old Jason Gibbs, what pocket the key fobs from vehicles loaded on rail cars and a scheme that netted him over $60,000. Gibbs was fired as a contractor at the New Boston Rail Yard for CSX. New vehicles made in Michigan are shipped there from all across the Michigan and all across America and include high dollar vehicles like Mustangs, Cobra's and even the F 1 50 rapture. It's believed that people would buy the key fobs on eBay and then re program them for other cars. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms asked people to come forward with information after an eight year old girl was shot near the Wendy's were Ray shot. Brooks was killed last month. Bottoms has people in the area have been responding to her plea. We have received a number of tips, so we are encouraged by that there were so many peaceful people in the area, and so many people have been gathering in a peaceful way throughout our city over the past few weeks. So this this is has not been received. Well by so many people, good conscience, and people are speaking up on DH. Hopefully, we'll have something more concrete soon. During an afternoon news conference, California's governor Gavin Newsom, announced that six more counties were added to the States Corona Virus Corona virus monitoring list. Newsome also touched on other aspects of the battle with Kobe 19. Testing's going up. And the positivity right? Not just the total number of positive cases in the state of California. Also going up. The positivity rate over 14 day period is now at 6.8%. According to Reuters. California is about 66,300 Corona virus deaths. Michigan has about 6200. Oscar winning Italian composer Ennio Morricone, who created the coyote howl like theme of the Spaghetti Western, The good, The Bad and the Ugly and several other firms died today. At the age of 91. Morricone was created with nothing less than reinventing music for the Western movies through his partnership with Sergio Leone. Ah, former classmate of Hiss. Their partnership included a fistful of dollars they made in 1960 for a few more dollars in 1965 and the good, the bad and the ugly one year later on Wall Street today, it was a very unlikely day, The Dow finished up 459 points, the S and P up almost 50. Ken Murkowski, W. J..
"ennio" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"On the social distancing gas, not the opening gas. And this spikes are really really. Substantial parts of the country. have been doing that. Thank you so much everybody we should we have to do. Whatever we can. And I know people with vulnerable relatives and family members family members. Thank you without even knowing you take care of yourself. Take care of each other. Be Good to yourself. Yes, they some Nice yourself right now. Go all wait. They some nice by yourself. You don't. See that was nice the. Dull at home do that to tell yourself something that's it feels good. Because most time we station like wow, so lazy. This thing as Julia's be like. Hey, man, you all right all right. A couple years ago. And we hear now. All right y'all. Bilo by. Second Gabbay and we have a podcast called straight out of Nashville where we spilled the tea on music city. You don't national. It's known for its country music, but they're so much more to the city than that. Yeah, and we platform in it on the show hanging out with all the different types of artists that perform all that live here. We hung out backstage Charlie food that was in season one along with a the hung, gave about best talking about their wealth night out last time they were in town, and even Haley ranch from the gold. Birds confess about being on bumble close. Did you know that Cain Brown has built a painful course in his backyard. All of the stories on straight out of Nashville makes you listen on iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts? This is Dj Vlad and I. Want you to check out the Vlad TV podcast since two thousand and eight, Vlad TV has been the leader in art getting no-holds-barred interviews with the world's biggest rappers singers. Hollywood stars professional athletes and former big time criminals, and now you can catch all of our full length interviews available as audio podcasts, so listen to the Vlad TV podcasts on the iheartradio APP, apple podcasts, spotify or wherever you get your podcast..
Spaghetti Western movie composer Ennio Morricone dead at 91
"Famed film composer Ennio Morricone Hee is dead after falling and breaking his leg that's known as the composer behind the widely recognizable music from spaghetti Westerns like the Good, The Bad and the Ugly and once upon a Time in the West, or Kona, died this morning at a hospital in Rome, where he was 91 years of age.
"ennio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Pedophile CBS's Vicki Barker. It's more from London. Dylan Maxwell's friend, Laura Goldman is sure Maxwell would never rat out her royal friend. She's always told me that she would never ever say anything about but Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts to fray, telling Australia's 60 Minutes program friends Andrew should be panicking at the moment because Dylan doesn't really care about anyone else. But Dylan do phrase says it was Maxwell, who ordered her to have sex with Prince Andrew when she was 17 something he vehemently denies. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London At 8 16 Meantime, a statue of abolitionist Frederick Douglass was vandalized in New York State. On the anniversary of one of his most famous speeches delivered in Rochester, New York, a statue of Frederick Douglass ripped from its base. Police say the statue was taken from Maple. Would park, which is a sight along the underground railroad were Douglas and hair. It's have been helped lead slaves to freedom. It was found in a river nearby, Douglas gave the famous What to The slave is the Fourth of July speech. They're calling Celebrations of Liberty, a sham with black people still enslaved and oppress Lionel Boys, ABC News well mend in New Hampshire police on the search for whoever ripped up a black lives matter Banner at a church in town. The banner was found. Thorne in half on Friday morning. The church is raising money to replace the banner. Will his music set the tone for some legendary movies? Italian composer Ennio Marconi has died. He wrote.
"ennio" Discussed on AP News
"Ennio Morricone E. the Italian composer whose credits include iconic spaghetti westerns whose died in Italy at the age of 91 close to winning Marconi critically coyote howl theme for the good the bad and the ugly and often holding soundtracks for such classic Hollywood gangster movies as the untouchables yet pick once upon a time in America his long time lawyer says the maestro as he was known died in a Rome hospital of complications following a recent full during a long career Marconi collaborated with some of Hollywood's top directors including on the hateful 8 by Quentin Tarantino in total he could use more than 400 original schools feature films I'm Charles the last month
Spaghetti Western movie composer Ennio Morricone dead at 91
"Ennio Morricone E. the Italian composer whose credits include iconic spaghetti westerns whose died in Italy at the age of ninety one close to winning Marconi critically coyote howl theme for the good the bad and the ugly and often holding soundtracks for such classic Hollywood gangster movies as the untouchables yet pick once upon a time in America his long time lawyer says the maestro as he was known died in a Rome hospital of complications following a recent full during a long career Marconi collaborated with some of Hollywood's top directors including on the hateful eight by Quentin Tarantino in total he could use more than four hundred original schools feature films I'm Charles the last month
Investigators Looking Into Accusations From R. Kelly Documentary
"Who were involved in that in the pasta spoke to us in two thousand seventeen and we're also involved in this documentary surviving R Kelly as you mentioned this is being going on for many years. Now, they've been allegations about sexual misconduct and sexual abuse involving came, of course, famously he was acquitted a natural pornography case several years ago famously married Leo when she was fifteen years old and this documentary has sort of trust his name back into the headlines again, and also it appears now back into law enforcement attention because yesterday we were able to confirm that. The prosecutor's office in Fulton County, which is in Atlanta has been reaching out to people who appeared in a documentary to try to start guessing and get investigation and the very early stages. It sounds like it'll be a Cook County state's attorney Ennio annoy in Chicago. There has put out a public. Plea information for people to come forward because she said her office has received a ton of information since the documentary, Ed and that they want more anyone else with information to come forward. And she said in particular they've been in touch with two families who believe that they loved ones may be with Kelly so lots of movement here in the last couple of days some of the women that have been allegedly in the sex cult and whatnot. They spoke to outlets TMZ and have said that they're perfectly fine that they're not brainwashed. But the families don't buy that at all. So, yeah, let's talk about this one woman in particular, Joycelyn savage, and she was featured in our story in twenty seventeen or parents Jane team savage, team, savage, folks, bussey news at the time and go to the police fearful that they do. Had become brainwashing. In trapped by this, man. They were the ones whose lawyer I spoke to yesterday who told me he was able to concern that it'd be as office had reached out to start gathering contact information. Joycelyn interesting story, she she met him at a concert with the family. So. Twenty sixteen and was invited with him backstage to begin teaming a music career with him. They exchanged numbers and very soon. She lifted family a family say she cut off contact with them after this happened. She went from being a normal relationship to cutting off all contact and op drop story came out. You may remember she appeared into videos that will lead to TMZ which have publicly came forward and told everyone to stop worrying about her that she was fine. But at the time father said he wasn't happy with the video that she released. He said that it was clear, she wasn't herself. She was being controlled. It was even evidence. He said that there was a shadow in the room that was moving across the indicating that someone else Kelly was in the room as she was recording that video so she's very much central to this whole story is a little bit about how our Kelly has been able to skirt a lot of this criticism for so long. I mean, he's a legend in the R&_B world. I mean, there's countless songs that people love and a lot of people are put in this weird position. Now is like, hey, I'm still a fan of R Kelly. Music. But now they're being confronted with all this stuff all over again. There's radio stations that have pulled his music catalog from their stations lady Gaga's facing pressure to confirm R Kelly because she did a song with him in two thousand thirteen what's going on with all of this. Also, I think that question could be asked to be fairly about any of the powerful men that we've seen in entertainment over the last year and a half get exposed allegations come out against them really to be honest story landed in July twenty seventeen it was by Jim deroga-, Chicago reporter contributed to. Remember that was a few months before the Weinstein story exposes began the kind of metoo movement that we see that we've seen since then where that's very public reckoning. I think it's fair to say with hottest and celebrities and actors and producers and writers and the works that they produce people have thinking about them a lot differently than perhaps they were a few years ago. So if you ask, you know, how did he get away with it for all these years? How did he kind of enjoyable for OBT is I think you have to be recognized the last year and a half has reshaped. The public consciousness in a way that we haven't seen in use before. And I certainly think there is a movement now since that time to movement in the metoo movement to look at our Kelly differently. There is the mute Kelly campaign that's going around now where people are trying to convince radio station than Swee streaming platforms to stop playing music, and you're seeing arguably more success with some of those now, I know I have a reporter speaking to some radio details around the country telling him that they have sort of a silently publicly still playing music. So I think it's going to be interesting to see with this documentary in the public exposure that it's generating just what the reaction will be now compared to what it was just a couple of years ago. But also, you know, as many as you said sort of ten to twenty who goes, well, David MAC, deputy director for breaking news at BuzzFeed news. Thank you very much for joining us. My pleasure.
"ennio" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"Yeah. So it's it's very clear and their forecasts that their primary driver is this end so phenomenon, but we know that there are others as well, obviously on the interest seasonal basis on the week to week timescales, but also on larger timescales at your research focuses very specifically on in particular, some of the boundary forcing from, you know, other areas of the world in particular snow cover over Siberia, so in the late nineteen ninety s. I was doing some research as opposed to academic tea or running a global climate model, you know, not to similar for what's used for the making these weather short range weather relations. And we changed the snow cover all hemisphere, and we got this pattern that really jumped out it was known as the North Atlantic oscillation. So again, I don't know how how come to your viewers are with the North Atlantic or the Arctic oscillation, but it could be thought of like DiPoto and the this kind of exchange or mass. So when when it's negative we when we put a lot of snow, we got this negative as a North Atlantic oscillation, which mean a lot of high pressure over the Arctic regions and then lower pressure to the south. You know, let's say around south of between thirty and forty degrees north. So when when you have that kind of patterned, the the jet stream has shifted south. So that means the cold air can can extend further south than usual. So we tend to have doing these negative Ennio. Winter's cold cold in eastern US. S stormy or maybe, you know, an increased probability of snowstorms and the same thing actually goes for Europe as well. So we, you know, so we saw this thing where we put in the Molly and a lot of snow across the negative air. Colder winters. Let's say and then with less. No, we had these positive any on these milder winters. So we want to get more into the details of skepticism when I I can't I came out with this result. Because again, the idea was only the tropics were important in making these long range forecasts figure. You know, a little bit naively. I felt okay. Let me show it in the observations. We'll just a moderate and looked at the patients broke it up both into North American Eurasian turn out really most of the signal came..
Meet AllyO: The End to End AI Recruiter
"And hold on tight as I beam your ears all the way to San Francisco, so we can speak weighed Suheil Sony, co-founder Ennio. So massive world. Welcome to the show K tell the listeners about who you are. And what you do. Absolutely. Thank you so much for having me on this show. Well, let me let me talk on the personal friend, and then I can tell you about what I do. I I live in the US I immigrated here from India, and I'm being here for on twenty is and I reside with my wife, and so can Vati and then on what I do. I'm the co founder of Allio, which is a high growth startup in recruiting technology. And now, we are I think now enough full otehr prior to this. I had a job in management consulting with McKinsey and company before that I had another startup which was also you quickly fun. And prior to that I got my PHD in engineering, which is what brought me to the US in the first place. Fantastic. Now, full no research on you guys. I quickly discovered. The Elliott is an end to end aaagh recruiter that makes your recruiting delightful. Deficient with intelligent, automated and conversational engagement fear. Texting? So I've got to ask what is the role of artificial intelligence, and what advantages does it help you offer the recruiting solutions outlined you've done. Good research. I think that's a fantastic summary. In fact, I think it took us it took us several months summaries. Thanks for doing that Tago research. I think I think two roles to do advantages. So for for a one is it makes it more conversational and second of the feedback in the morning writes, a traditional software has offered primarily just automation. And what we're doing now is with the use of AI, which includes your NLP and machine learning the NFL peop- are allows for making the same automation more engaging conversation. So it ends up being one Mendy ace in Kronos conversation like you would have with the human. As opposed to going through a software form and filling that up in a dedicated session. That's the first part of it. And then the second part of it has again trying to mimic the human brain. But far from that at current state is the learning aspect of it, which is using a and this time machine learning is how can you use the memory and the right management mathematical statistics to make sure it learns about the system in imbibing the knowledge just like humans do as they become more expedience and using that to make smarter decisions going forward. And so it's those two aspects that make it may unique make way at vantage is- over tradition systems, and for my understanding the technology behind you Elliott, utilizes deep flow conversational AI to handle those complex and persistent multi-step workflows which can be incredibly cumbersome to if we do have any recruiters listening. Can you just talk me through exactly how? It works and how the algorithms can actually predict candidate quality based on that interaction with the system. Absolutely. And I think this is this is the best part. Of addition give you the full picture on how it comes in practice. So first and foremost, Leo would go and read all the job Rex to these your job post on the cardio website. And it tries to understand what's the job title. What's the location, and what are the basic requirements from the job for the job? Both from the job bracket anything in the app to contracting system, ending internal systems with that knowledge. That's now being imparted into Allio. It starts talking with applicants to understand what kind of jobs, do they want and show them relevant jobs and add as a third step. It begins to screen those applicants for the job that they chosen based on the basic requirements that Allio has learned has a footstep then goes forward and for those who have qualified. Based on those basic requirements. How you would go ahead and even schedule interviews with the hiding team members Beatrice crew has be hiding managers and for those who do not qualify route time to other jobs or respectfully ask them to check back later. And then once those interviews a done deal continues based on the shooting process that that organization follows which could include extending offers doing background checks checking in with new hires to make sure they happy or find any areas of discontent. And in this way, Neil at basically going all the way from first learning order, the different job Rex northern requirements due to having deep conversations, which are very complicated and dynamic all the way from presenting relevant jobs, do screening them extending authors addio is able to offer this end to end automated recruiting the Truter that is able to provide these. Not step
"ennio" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"All of these can give you more or fewer opportunities for success. And that's where ally ship comes in ally ship is about understanding that imbalance an opportunity and working to correct it. Ally ship is really seeing the person next to us and the person missing who should be standing next to us. And I just knowing what they're going through and then helping them succeed and thrive with us. When we worked together to develop more diverse and inclusive teams, data shows we will be more innovative, more productive and more profitable. So who is an ally? All of us, we can all be allies for each other as a white SIS gendered woman in the United States. There are many ways. I'm very privileged and some ways I'm not, and I work hard every day to be an ally for people with less privilege, the me and I still need allies to. In the tech and in the tech industry. Like in many industries, there are many people who are underrepresented or face barriers and discrimination, women people who are non binary. So people who don't necessarily identify as man or woman racial and ethnic minorities LGBT why people with disabilities veterans anybody over aged thirty five. We have a major bias toward youth in the tech industry and many others. There is always someone with less privileged Ennio on the stage in this room at your company on your team in your city or town. So people are allies for different reasons. Find your reason. It could be for the business case because data shows diverse and inclusive teams will be more productive, more profitable and more innovative. It could be for fairness and social Justice because we have a long history of oppression and inequity that we need to. We need to work on together or could be for your kids..
"ennio" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
"So you open up, you open yourself to service, however, your body, your heart, your soul can be used as a vehicle to go. I got it. I got it. And you do it for the sake of you'll beloved for the sake of love. Joe is sufism inclusive of all other religions. As I, as I started out saying, does it mean what I've read is that I can be Christian and also be sufi. I met a wonderful Franciscan monk the other day who said some Francis was very influenced by sufism. That was part of his calling sufism about the love within your love does not look. The outer foamy looks the love with. Ennio love and you can be a Christian. You can be a Buddhist too can be. It doesn't matter. That's the outer formula living. In fact, I I was brought up Christian and I have a much deeper understanding of Christianity since lending about sufism. I mean, and what matters is how you live your relationship to God that secret in a cooling within the hot. So when you were a child, did you believe in God? No, because when I was a child, I was brought up in a religion that was not ready spiritual and it wasn't a calling. It was more a social obliteration my father loved church music. So we used to go to churches and listen to choirs, but direct experience of God didn't even exist. It wasn't on the table. And then I had an experience when I was sixteen and then I just woke up and suddenly I saw the world completely different. What was the experience? It was actually reading a zen Koan. I was sixteen and I read this zen Koan which is the wild geese do not in. Tend to cost their reflection. The water has no mind to receive that image from these enigmatic than sayings. And it was like a key. It opened the door inside of me and suddenly the world was full of light. Suddenly, there was Loftus suddenly there was joy, suddenly something else was president. And then I started to meditate and go deeper is that when your spiritual journey from my spiritual journey began one day on the tube in London, you talk in in transformation, the heart about the journey to spirituality being painful, that it is you talk as we talked earlier about the crucifixion of the ego, and yours was very painful. Very, very painful because I, I came when I came to my teacher and I was nineteen. I was so our to know I'd meditated for a few years. I'd done hatha yoga. I'd had some experiences in meditation, and I really thought I knew something about it and one has to learn humility. You have to patients, you have to learn that it isn't about you and. Those are all painful lessons. You know, we, we don't learn them so easily human beings who we wanted to be easy, but it isn't because why must it be so painful because the heart has to break for the sufi. The hot has to break open. Most people are so closed there so contracted, it's all about me me me. I see. And that's what you mean by the crucifixion, then the heartbreaks. And then he says, I am with those whose hearts are broken for my sake. So by the crucifixion of the ego, you mean the heart has to break. You have to get taken out of the the sense that everything is happening for you about that everything is about. Yeah, that's right. Yes. And so then you begin to live your life in alignment with the beloved in alignment with God, asking God constantly in a constant state of how can I serve. But I would say when you are in alignment and you are in. Service to what God wants you to do. It's also the most exhilarating you the most stimulating. It is really, I'm going to cry and it was beautiful. It is. You want nothing more. He went nothing just to be in service for the rest of your life. Yeah, you do you talk in in transformation the heart about spiritual responsibility. What does that mean? I have a very strong feeling this world at the moment is in a state of crisis is in a very field that too. I know I know, and it is a crisis, then it's not about Wall Street..
"ennio" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"Like crazy yeah i i want to hear about that but just before we get into our spoilers briefly tell us how ineffective came about because you know figuring out how to cast the the female lead in this film is obviously important again because it's an iconic i kinda grow we always loved her i mean we actually wrote another thing with her in mind we just thought she was great rob's wife had actually written a movie for her we just always you know always just really liked her she was really the person we had in mind that makes sense that's easy i mean something about her being blonde and very american with you know visually the four blonde women and ennio made that story just much clearer sure just you're directing style you know obviously you have forty five days which is actually pretty good for for feature these days did you give yourself time for rehearsal how important was rehearsal your process did you have a period beforehand or was it a table read figure figure it out once you're once you're filming it was a table read and figure it out once you're shooting i mean we are always tight on time it was forty day sounds like a long time but it was we needed every second of that and we would rehearse prior to each you know we rehearse each scene when we got there but and we spent a few days we had a few days but like schedule wise it's actually you know they go we'll have all this time but the truth is this person has a movie here and this person is a movie there and the barely there and like so you know we were just we had a few days whereas i would really call them more getting to know each coming out of television that's what.
"ennio" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List
"She she's gorgeous casandra is a name she's beautiful she's three months old now and you know she's got the little she's got the daca glenn and awry when she smiles on our man she's going to be a heartbreaker no doubt about it breaking my party are already so yeah generally she's already got me rat ran of finger already cnn here's the thing that i think that a lot of people will maybe understand but i think you will is there's a world of difference between you love all your kids but you're older kid it's new eu when you were in that constant hustle burn out mode and this new one will honestly never have to really experienced that because you're going to be around much more exactly and i actually had a conversation just on the weekend actually but my with my son shali the nine year old and i call member exactly what happened it was i couldn't i couldn't put him to bed something was going on i think maybe this little sister or something and i couldn't put in a bed my usually a i i'm the one that you normally pushed him to bed do a little bedtime story thing with him all something or maybe would just goof around for ten minutes whatever it is and i couldn't put in a bed and he of go in a bit of a straw about it you know a kid's alike can and i turn around set we know what when i was you're right which not only did my dad's not put me the beds hardly ever but i didn't even see him when i woke up in the morning because he dougherty left for the office so don't stop pulling and attitudes is because i compliment you to bed for one night ennio he was okay i'm sorry bump up up up but here's.
"ennio" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"Here at home and i'm like can you go in a different room because of i have to talk about the stats that i found about valentine's day and i don't want him to hear because then he's going to know what part of his gift is so apparently apparently twelve percent of americans a very small percentage by the way give their significant other cologne or perfume for valentine's day gift yes i'm in the lame first send out that that's right i got cologne for sean be because i want to make sure he still where's the same sent as the night i met him remember i always hudhra no i know don't you remember though that i was always talking about how good you smell and then he gave me your teacher that sprayed in your cologne during the show so like basically were a couple of eighth graders i got you i'm sure that 12 percentile is like eighth graders you shoot chew sheila yes so we're eighth grader seles go up for his give those a rebuke environ grown in the fourth raise you got me through tubes of sample law because that serious the serious broke up you'd dick you'd dick don't say it i want to hear about your fourth grade girlfriend just give me but yeah i still have the teacher they gave me and no i will not tell you were not telling you what kind of cologne ciampi is worrying because sean as when all the dudes wearing it but i don't want a bunch of women out there smelling their men thinking about sean be that's my excuse ennio now you know you're partier valentine's day gift.
"ennio" Discussed on Not So Standard Deviations
"I'm going to need like olympics virtual machine and stuff like that so they are not fix that well that sounds like the type of project the i assume there some huge payoff but also i feel like this is this type of project you set up on sabbatical when you like really want to do something fine you know it's more of the letter booed and that's okay i mean this game was 4 yeah anyway i i digress lulu actually i wanted to talk so i'm trying to write like an our package now on like parallel programming okay and ennio being the responsible software developer that i am i was like well let's google around to see if something's already done this and i had briefly like in the very very recesses of my mind thought that revolution the previously our company that was bought by microsoft did something like this so they had like a parallel computing kinda sweet or whatever so i was like our lme google around see if they've done this already and so and lo and behold i am drew a taken to microsoft's website you you remember microsoft or it the company of course i still have yeah so south spa my heart really yeah i actually in such the max until i went to ansi o perlov okay okay so anyway taken to their website and there's all kinds of documents about the cat the previous revolution are kind of system now it's called somebody has called revoz scale are i think and as a whole suite of tools that they've built and of course they don't run of the mac but.
"ennio" Discussed on No Huddle
"I would say a blown davel that's not a hail mary helmet although you can describe it is ennio mary because it was a prayer but the label came back and roger stalled act is too drew pearson and that was that was actually just to go round had that was right here this was not as wealthy knock down they put up the small something i thought of flag when flying are on the fuel for off it's a pass and if it was an orange or someone flying by something yellow orange i don't know but yeah that that was amazing and i still the one pointed i bring up about that why didn't catch the ball just die for the sidelines a menyoli missile you've got no timeouts there's ten seconds to go you catch the ball with probably about three or four seconds you are just solo minded to get out of bounds and when the tackle was missed that he just happened to realize that was the safety and there was nothing left because if that's what he's realizing he turns up field if the safety doesn't run into the corner of the corner will chase down because he's got momentum so if i think he made a mistake by turning up few it's twenty when you say that i was sitting on a sofa in i'm watching the game it so i'm saying to myself you know they're they're trying to throw these out routes to by going to get a little more space so they can give four bath the opportunity kittery up rights right so the first time he had at missing dealing going across the middle feel which you couldn't hit him because it was covered to he catches it he has to split differences score a touchdown the next time you trust or to the right side in mississippi goes next time any into catching abe i didn't necessarily see the catch all i saw was was mark is williams miss him he kind kinda side encounter looked digs looked inside.
"ennio" Discussed on DirtCast
"I think they were that i've got my guess is they had no ennio and baron inviting no i think they like had just figured out like you should wash your hand right though like plastic surgery liz like looking at the face and being like okay i guess if we like yeah like i'm at his jews goal on this they call that looks fine and then just cut that that's okay mary pickford to says of perm of round rely can't smile rudolf ellen tino had his ears pinned yeah so he like kinda was considered a bit of like a dork and then he had his ears pin back and then it was like her again um so did a bunch of girls when i went to junior who with further burnitz magazine wow yeah i wanting is like lo ears sticking out so cute who cares i think it's fine your head it will grow into your ears also eventually for some and iverson even her they don't one president barack obama yeah good point one out when i was researching all of this hollywood plastic surgery stuff there was one site that positive that he had a mills job and i was not convinced i own now i need to see a before and after alex awsat it was a it was very it was very funny 'cause it was just like if it is it was it was like i mean your face does change as you right but then there are things that aging just can't do yeah and there's also people who are like no i just grew up in your leg had worked at you now at like a button that with economic men button.
"ennio" Discussed on The World Transformed
"The can was one didn't do it and the previous efforts to make a digital readers doesn't do it but the kindle did too did but you know what you're that was uh i would i'm just gonna nearly gifts that was probably about two thousand sixty thousand seven we doing look it up because i i recall it well because the difference was that it um could you could buy your need your digital content strike from the kendall announced the first time knocking right the area it'll became or indurain you had a look at your in your hands as well in asia and it was on it's way to becoming a which it still is sort of a stunted tam on her and kind of a kind of kind of a kind of a quasi tablet device marillier reader kind of our economy whether you're you're the candle that i had his dispirited as into an app on my iphone in my alma tablet adult i don't have a supper kindle anymore uh and mostly football but uh you know unless you really like the uh the digital age or the honestly i don't have a tablet so i do have a kindle rents like i i like the i like the big tax 'cause i reckon read on my phone you a term given the choice i like i like a slightly bigger page 'cause you know why i'm tied to that whole real book model rican we to face a mother who died luddite daca i i got it out of system or not okay i'm sure we'll hear about again next week but any ennio um.
"ennio" Discussed on The Morning Breath
"Talking about me someone who is available ennio who has done plastic surgery his name is olive australian he's been through an amazing transformation i think he goes by libya though it's bucking phenomenal what signs can do i know he's really mean a name for himself especially in the morning show initially like like executive producer of number one morning show on television and nyk honestly really proud of her additional byron uh reluctance song sensitive on um all right males aged twenty five to thirty four i we could be doing better you know yeah like i don't know maybe taking some they single girls of this trade megan children with them maybe giving your classic surgery money to women who need it more or maybe giving your plastic surgery money to like college tuition i'd just like there's a logical things the money could be it's expensive well that was made next thought like it is expensive but i feel like it's becoming leszek it's becoming more accessible for the common man literally when we were in biggest with me friends with this girl who was so sweet and she'd amazing boobs and she was telling us so she just got them delic for of all she let us touch them and they like we're like flushing like they didn't feel like rocks like they were nice because they were she than they were in the meas and she said it was one thousand dollars like i thought it was like fifty yet you're you're seeing like oh i have to get a job i have to mortgage my house right knee you just have to save up for you know how much money which is a mature saying oh sorry jacket on sunday red and if you like put it in a piggy bank yes few years but if you take out let's say if you say two thousand dollars a month five months thousand knows what the drive out to save up to five thousand dollars with life where like i need a snack every two hours and hours everywhere for five months he'd in order seemless ya but onsite but i want to still lived my regular lie oh well then keep your eyes as the irs or.