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"eno" Discussed on Circle Round
"eno" Discussed on Circle Round
"Steely stare. If your cold heart set on throwing me into the sea making off with my treasure and telling the king whatever twisted lies you manage to cook up when you return to carinthia. Well there's nothing. I can do to stop you please. Grammy one final wish. Allow me to play my beloved katara one. last time. The captain shrugged his shoulders at his crew. The crews shrugged back. Alright fine you can play one more song but make it. Snappy arianna grasped her catharsis strap slowly instrument over. Her shoulder then climbed up to the ship's prow with a lump in her throat. She stood straight and tall gazing out at the endless blue sea then. She lifted her fingers and began to play in spite of themselves. The sailors stopped scrubbing the ship's decks and hauling ships ropes into began to sway the goals above slowed. Their swooping at the fish below ceased their swimming at last. When arianna saw came to a close. She hugged her authority her chest lows dries and flung herself into the sea with her beloved instruments strapped around her shoulder arianna sank down deeper and deeper into the darkening water and then to her astonishment she stopped thinking and started to rise back up again higher and higher arianna rose faster and faster to her head broke past the surface of the waves and she gasped in a great lung full of air. What's going on next thing on new. She was surging forward. Her body skimming through the c- worked galloping on a swift underwater horse. But when arianna glanced down. She saw that. It wasn't a horse at it was a dolphin. A whole school of dolphins had gathered around the ship's hull to hear our janas one last song and the moment she jumped into the water they had surrounded her one of the dolphins scooped arianna onto its back and brought her to the surface and now all of the creatures were swimming in formation speeding their way back to his amazing arianna squeezed her legs against the dolphins smooth gray body then she grabbed the strap of her qatar and swung behind her back so she could grasp onto the dolphins slippery thin with two hands and in that way arianna into the dolphins swim all the way back to carinthia. The kind animals dropped arianna in the shallow water offshore then leapt and twisted in the air and before darting back out to sea. Thank you friends. Thank you after catching. Her breath. Arianna scrambled to her feet. Untangled us starfish. From the strings of her laura the sprinted all the way to the king's palace but as it happens the king was busy talking to the very captain who had stolen arianna treasure and forced her to jump overboard. Arianna hid behind a big stone pillar and listened in. Oh your highness. It was simply awful. We were sailing back from sicily. Praising arianna for her triumph and victory in the music competition and begging her to play her exquisite instrument for us one. A storm blew in. Like you've never seen the savage. Squall came upon us like a ferocious beast and before we knew what was happening. Her yada was swept overboard along with all her treasure. We tried saving her your majesty but it was no use. She was gone wrong from ariana's hiding place behind the pillar. She saw the king brush away a tear. That's tragic captain simply tragic. I don't care about losing the chest of treasure but arianna she was the true treasure. A real gem the way she plugged in strum. The strings of thera was like magic. Now i'll never here a play again and yet somehow my memory of hurry. Honest cafaro is so clear so vivid. It's as if i'm listening to her. Play right now this very minute. Silent sound of the qatar made the captain's blood run cold was he being haunted by arianna. 's ghost i'm sorry your majesty but surely you're royal ears deceive you. Arianna has taken her final bow. She's played her swansong. she's performed. Grand finale show. I have no sooner had arianna sprang out from behind the pillar than the captain fainted dead away and the king leapt up so high. His crowned head hit the ceiling. Arianna could it be. The captain told me that you were. I know what the captain told you your highness. But don't believe a word of it. When we sailed away from sicily and reached the open water he and his crew stole my treasure and forced me to jump overboard. She gazed out the window toward the sea. Luckily i was rescued by some very dear friends. After arianna told her story. The king sent his guards to inspect the merchant ship. Sure enough they found arianna chest treasure and of fairy a guilty crew after that arianna became the king's court musician and she played her katara for the royal sovereign every single day but she also found time to play outside the palace walls down by the shore of the water where she strummed and plucked strings for the swift sleek.
"eno" Discussed on Circle Round
"There was a moment of silence and then all at once the entire island erupted with noise as the audience in the squared jumped to their feet and showered arianna with cheers and applause. The judges hung a laurel wreath around ariana's neck and declared her the first place winner of the competition then. They presented her with the grand prize. An enormous chest of treasure. When are returned to the merchant ship treasure chest intone the captain welcomed her back then had his crew raise the sales and pull the ship out of the harbor. It was only after the ship had entered the open sea. Sicily had vanished over the horizon. The captain's sidled over to arianna and pointed his thumb toward the chest. So arianna what's in that. Big chess chew brought on board. You didn't have it with you when we sailed from. Corinth arianna smiled. Oh that that's the treasurer. I won the music competition in sicily slightly. I don't play mica thera for gold or glory. But i guess i'll be going back home with both. The captain arched eyebrow that entire chest is filled with treasure. You say just for playing a few silly songs. Well i wouldn't call my song silly. I worked really hard to write them. I mean it isn't easy to write folks. The captain grin does he called up to the other sailors. Arianna here one. This entire chest fancy riches just for plucking a couple of harp strings arianna held up perky. Tara a will actually. The cathala is a liar not to harp. The difference is in the strings. You see a liar. Has its strings. Go over this little piece called a bridge while the harp has its straight my point is i think we're in the wrong profession crew. I mean. how long would we have to sail this ship across the seas before we earned a whole chestful of riches one hundred years two hundred at least two thousand years boss if two thousand eight be a great great great great great great grandmother by dan and i'd be a great great great great great grandfather own ship's crew justed enter joked arianna shuddered down to her shoes. She didn't like the way. This conversation was going honestly friends. I don't play my cathartic for the riches. Just love to make music and make people happy. That's the only reward i need. Whoa if that's the only reward. You need the captain's snapped his fingers. Then we'd be happy to take this reward off your hands just like that. To sailors scurried over. Hoisted up the chest and began carrying it away. Fine if you want to keep the treasure so be it but good luck telling the king where it went. Don't you think his majesty will be awfully suspicious when he learns. I won the music competition. But sale back to corinth empty-handed actually know the captain's eyes gleamed. Because i don't think you're selling home arianna. Nope if you want to go back to corinth. He gestured toward the wave captaincy. You'll have to swim to do next. What would you do if you were gonna. We'll find out what happens after a quick break before we get back to our story. We want you grownups to know that. Circle round is supported by policy genius. Shopping for home and auto can seem like a daunting task. But protecting the things you've worked hard for is important. The trick is knowing where to find the right coverage at the best possible price. That's where policy genius makes it easy. They'll compare rates for more than thirty top. Insurers from progressive to nationwide to find the lowest quotes saving. You time and money and licensed experts will look at all the ways to maximize your savings if pulses genius finds a better rate than what you're currently paying they'll get you switched for free. So if you're a homeowner had to policy genius dot com to get started. They've saved their home and auto insurance customers. An average of one thousand dollars a year by reaching policy genius when it comes to insurance. It's nice to get it right I'm rebecca sheer. Welcome back to circle.
"eno" Discussed on Circle Round
"I'm rebecca share and welcome to circle round or storytime happens all the time today. Our story is called our janas music versions of this tale. Go back to ancient greece. Some really great people came together to bring you our telling of this folk tale including ray enosis. The golden globe nominated star of the killing on. Amc hannah and good omens on amazon prime and world war z. around everyone for our janas music.
"eno" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
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A Look into Broadway Hit 'David Byrne's American Utopia'
"David Burns American Utopia is a grand and glorious plea for Human Connection. By Stephanie's a carrick. Sometimes to make art, you've got to build art to layer ideas, colors, values, and textures. Until you've shape, the thing that says what you want to say, David Burns American Utopia Spike, Lee's grand and glorious filmed record of the hit Broadway show of the same name coming to HBO October. Seventeenth is art that has been built a work of great joy inexpressive Nece Tower of song with room for everybody the music some numbers drawn from burns twenty eighteen album American utopia others from. His body of work with talking heads and one a cover of Janelle. Monet's two thousand, fifteen protests anthem hell you tom bowed feels fresh and familiar at once inclusive but also mildly explosive there's an urgency to it as if burn and his troupe of eleven, musicians and dancers were staking ground in a battle we shouldn't even have to fight the idea is that to survive to live in any meaningful way, we must stay connected. It's a principal so glaringly simple at its radical. Burn is an admittedly weird ambassador for the idea of connection. He isn't what you'd call a naturally warm presence at least not in Earth terms even at age sixty eight, he's still like an. Learning. The rules of the planet his awkwardness is his brand but his desire to connect is robust and had vitalize is everything that happens onstage during American Utopia. no-one initial has one job. The musicians are also dancers and singers. Their instruments are strapped to their bodies untethered to any bulky sound equipment, which leaves them free to move and dance around the stage in a series of elegantly orchestrated numbers with burn off at the center though sometimes lurking at the edges like living fringe of the proceedings, the choreography is by dance veteran antibeach Parson all the performers including burn where identical lunar grey suits and all are barefoot. The stage is bordered on three sides by a Shimmery chainlink curtain the grand scheme is. Simple yet never chilly. This is a setting a world where certain essential problems have been worked out creating the space and freedom to play, and so even the songs every longtime burn or talking heads Fan knows well, like this must be the place naive melody a moonlit cottage in ballad form or the Wrigley waggling noodle dance. Slippery people take on new shapes and new life between numbers burn addresses the audience directly spinning amusing tales about where these songs came from. He wrote is Zimba with its lyrics by German Dada poet. Hugo. Ball to respond to a challenge thrown down by his friend and collaborator Brian Eno or us to fulfil our civic responsibilities. He uses lighting trick to show how badly the citizenry is represented when only twenty percent of the population votes and as a prelude to the shows Shiver Inducing version of hell you tom about he explains that he asked Monet's permission before venturing to cover the Song Burns band here. Is racially mixed, but he himself is very, very white. No wonder he approached with caution but he and his band present the song and invocation written in two thousand fifteen for all of us to remember the names of murdered black citizens among them Eric Garner Trayvon. Martin and Amatil. With the synthesis of respect and bristling anger it demands. This number also represents one of the few times league cuts away from this show to flash larger than life portraits at the. Victims, often held by a family member on the screen. It's an act of boldness that works as for burn. He is as ever a wildly and captivating showman though his hair is now snowcap wide his dance moves in changed over the years he's still favors angular Turkey jerky movements like the folding and unfolding of corporate tres ruler, which are often mimicked to grand effect by the dancers around him. But as dazzling as he is, you can take your eyes off him. Than receding his fellow performers become dazzling planets in their own right sometimes, they'll face one another playing to each other even as they played a was other times they marched toward us, resolutely in groups or pairs as if to say, look at any of US individually or all of us at once you can't go wrong. Each performer's style is as distinctive as a fingerprint. There's the cool Tomboy Swagger of Guitarist Andrew Swan the kid next door jubilant of bassist bobby wooden as once in a lifetime rounds to its sublime peak percussion as Jack, Lena Salvato bursts through the Shimmery. Chain curtain with a clash of cymbals a human celebrate Ori- announcement Lee working with one of his regular collaborators cinematographer. Ellen Kuras doesn't just show us the action he too is part of its embrace. He's our stand in our fellow observer in awe though he has the advantage of wielding a camera at the close of the show as the performer snake through the crowd during a rapturous version of road to nowhere Lee turns his camera on the audience American Utopia ran from October two thousand nineteen to February twenty twenty at Broadway's Hudson. Theater, and is said to return to Broadway. Next September and we see it for what it is. This is a group of largely white middle aged people who came of age listening to talking heads as a bunch. They're far less diverse than the performers we've been watching onstage a you could argue that with American utopia burn is preaching to the choir that this is all just an exercise in self congratulatory white liberalism but that would be missing the point in one of his Inbetween Song riffs burn muses that there are lots of interesting things to look at in the world there are bicycles which he famously likes. Very Much Lee even shows him riding away from the show on one and beautiful sunsets and even a bag of potato chips can be visually beguiling but somehow we always comeback to human faces looking at people burn says that's the best American Utopia is about facing the person in front of you or next to you or standing behind you and doing the work of seeing to truly see a person is a kind of song and a world filled with those songs is the ideal to get started burning his troop have hummed a few bars. The rest is up to us.
How to live with your clarity
"All right. All right. Good morning. My friend. I have a plan. Oh boy. This is so exciting. I feel like I'm finally clicking in a climate with these morning messages and getting a sense of what you're asking for and what I can authentically deliver for you. It's exciting when this happens and we all have this song extraordinary capacity two cents each other out, you know, we we have this capacity so much more than we realize then we're conscious of and so what I'm sensing into is this this this practice of pointing out pointing out a meditation teacher and my meditation teachers have always just pointed out the obvious so that I can get to know it getting to know the obvious because most of the day we are birth At living in our busy mind. We're stuck in thought and worry doubt and fear judgement comparison. We're stuck in Old patterns limiting beliefs and thoughts. What a what a teacher can do. What a friend can do and I'm just your friend here is to point out the obvious point out what you may be missing and so for the last week or so two weeks. We've been talking about the busy mind and we just are to being towed into our Natural State wage. And our natural state is what's happening below thought Beyond thought behind the mind when we're not thinking when we're not judging by comparing worrying. It's the sense of clear space. It's this sense of clarity. And that's what I want to talk with you briefly about today is Clarity who doesn't want Clarity more clarity I do. But in order to live with more clarity, we have to become familiar with what the clear mind feels like and it's a clear Body Mind by the way, because everybody feels clear or unclear as well. There are those mornings you wake up and you may have gone to bed too late or you had too much wine and you had a heavy meal or you went to bed with a problem and you woke up feeling unclear foggy groggy sluggy. Is that a word sluggy? So we're talking about Clarity or those moments of real brightness lightness Sparkle Enos. There's moments of a wakefulness or aliveness. You have them. And you just want to get to know them you want to start pointing out in your own life the moments when you have clarity. And I can't tell you when that is it could be first thing in the morning. You could be when you step outside first thing in the morning. You take that deep breath. Today is Justice glorious fall morning here in Philadelphia. It may be the moment when you are deep in work and you feel like you are just pinpointed on what you're doing. It may be moments when you are just a tease or in the shower. It's why we often have these amazing thoughts in the shower because our mind is not dead churning and working so hard there's this beautifully visceral sense of water flowing over our head and and our mind starts to shut down a bath. This is why meditation is so helpful because we get to know our mind in moments of of busyness and in in moments of clarity. So the point of meditation is not to not think the point of meditation is to get to know our minds in different states and different odd mental patterns. So we practice formerly so that we can then get to know ourselves as well throughout the active
Dallas Cowboys set to square-off against Seattle Seahawks this Sunday
"The Cowboys visiting the Seahawks Dallas coming in one and one Seattle to Eno terrific winds for both clubs. A week ago. Seattle holding off New England as they stopped Cam Newton from a yard out the game's final play Cowboys coming back late for the come from behind win over the Falcons in the game they really needed to win, and Seattle head coach Pete Carroll took notice. Dallas had a spectacular stunning win last week. And there come from behind all that all the heroics and on great finish for them, so they'll be all jacked up and they have a talented football team. We've got a lot of star power they get Ah big group of skilled guys on offense that can throw it and catch it and run it and all that, so we got our hands full. It's gonna be a tough football game and two of those
COVID-19 Learning Hubs
"Over affluent parents organizing private learning pods. You have found that there's actually an alternative emerging for families who don't have the means to hire private nannies or tutors. Tell us about that alternative. Yes, So I've been tracking these all over the country in New York City's Amber disco to Memphis, Tennessee, and they're sometimes called learning Hubbs or learning labs. And these air being organized by cities themselves or by school districts offer groups of students a safe place to go during the day and help with remote learning and free WiFi, which a lot of families don't have. And what's really important is they're either free thes. Cubs or very low cost and subsidised for the families that need it. So what exactly do these learning labs heir Learning hubs look like It's it's combo school, plus aftercare yet, basically so these air, you know, obviously really small groups of kids that's important for Corona virus safety. The locations are ranging from, You know, a school building A Y M C. A. A library. Some organizations are looking at the leasing space is like maybe even an empty university campus or a gym. And then, in some cases, school employees are actually working at thes helps. For example, I remember Station reporter over you has a WW Eno. She visited two of these learning hubs in New Orleans. And, she says, while child care is a really big draw. Families are also coming for the WiFi. Let's take a Listen. Dwight D. Eisenhower Charter School School leaders greet mass clad students as they make their way into the building. School normally serves more than 600 students. But today it's expecting fewer than two dozen It's because in New Orleans public schools are technically still close and learning is entirely virtual. Students that are here are attending the schools learning, huh? The cafeteria. Kids were separated into socially distance groups of nine each, quietly working away on their own device. They are loved in their signs up everywhere for the WiFi for she wants to get on to And then there are a lot of adults floating around to help and all the kids are wearing masks. Faculty are wearing masks and face shields as well. Hubs run by educators. Eisenhower principal Rolanda Green says a lot of students are here. For one thing. It literally is to get Internet access. And if you needed technology, we have it here available for you. City estimates that more than 9000 New Orleans students may not have Internet access for remote learning. It's far more kids in the local learning hubs are currently serving. Eisenhower is part of the inspired Nolan Charter Schools Network, which is funding and operating free hubs for almost 600 students. New Orleans public schools has committed to providing every student with a tablet or a laptop. But the devices aren't very helpful without an Internet connection. You can have a computer and can't utilize Google glass rooms right. That's Timlin, Sam's inspired Nola's director of community engagement. She says the hubs are an essential tool for ensuring equal access to virtual learning. She also points out that in New Orleans, a majority black school district, white Children are more likely to attend. A private school are private and parochial schools are back in session. None of our public schools are So we'll white Children are more likely to be back in the classroom. Black and brown students are mostly learning from home in many cases without reliable Internet. Spirt. Nola's hubs offer both Internet and supervision, but only one or two days a week. And even with staggered attendance, the network says it's at capacity with a wait list more than 200 students long City of New Orleans. Also operating learning hubs out of libraries and rec centers like this one in New Orleans East Just open five days a week. Seven greater as moral to Smith says she's happy to get out of her house. I just think I needed the time away from all the noise and distracted at home to come here and I quietly A peaceful Emily Wolf with the mayor's Office of Youth and Families says the city has tried to make the hubs accessible, especially for low income families and those with no Internet. There is still considerable barriers. Families are responsible for transportation and the hubs get funding from the federal government, which involves a lot of paperwork. You know, we wish we could just have him fill out a simple registration performing get signed up right away. But that made it a little bit slower. And unfortunately, you know, for some families, they see all of that. And It's just a barrier. Wolf says. Family submitted interest forms for more than 1000 students in mid August, But so far only 100 Children are registered. City has room for 500 students and is already looking to expand. While the district's youngest students have the option to return to the classroom in mid September, older students will continue with virtual learning until at least mid October. For NPR
"eno" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"So you have an interesting different composition process going on here where two completely separate worlds are allowed to coexist. So Roger makes a piece of music and I make a sonic landscape for that music. That's basically what what it comes to. And their two deaf you know completely separate processes but sympathetic. Obviously let's take a break. We'll be right. I'm Bob Boylan talking with Roger. You Know Brian. Eno about their new album mixing colors and you're listening to all songs considered from. Npr music this message comes from NPR sponsors state farm. Who's agents know that your car and home are more than just big purchases. They're a big part of your life. You put the time into making them your own. So now it's time to protect them with your own personal state farm agent. Not only do they truly get you. But they'll be there for you when you need them and with over nineteen thousand agents in neighborhoods across the US. There could be one just around the corner more at state farm DOT COM or one eight hundred state farm. I'm Bob Boiling. I'm talking with Roger and Brian. Eno there in England. We're talking about their new album called mixing colors as talked to a friend last night about this project and she said to me. It's sort of like if my sister and I were to work on something. I couldn't send her my writing. Because she's so much better writer than me. I could send her an outline and then she could make a story out of that outlined. That would work do you. Do you think there's something about the way your relationship is that helped determine the sort of process you wound up working in. I definitely say because although we share musical areas are skills are completely different. Could you tell me Roger in your case your strength you feel is what or tell me what. Rutto Brian You tell me what your strength is. However you want to work this nineties. I'm strictly a musician. I think of myself or I find it very hard to think of myself as an artist. It's not natural. I think for me. The term artist. Someone admires you gives to you. It's kind of like Saint. I think artists are so important. They're like saints. But I do know that I'm a very very good musician. And I know that Brian is a very very good artist. So that's where our thing is. I'll put the musical input and he puts his embellishment is to lower term. So for me. The pleasure of this working relationship is not having to think about the composition in the musical sense to have compositions that I like and trust as a given and then to be able to spend all the time doing the thing that I really liked doing which is making these sort of sonic worlds if you like. So there's two different things there's a piece of music and there's a sonic world and they're different ways of being a composer really one of them people recognize more readily because people have been doing it for longer but the other one is another way of being composed like being a. You might say. Rogers a a landscape painter and I'm an abstract expressionist or a column painter or something Nice..
"eno" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"Ambient music is a term coined by Brian. In the late seventy S Brian put it. It must be as ignore people as it is interesting and right now. Listening to this album feels like a gift. I've been listening to Brian. You know since the day the very first Roxy Music out and came out in nineteen seventy two I. I heard Roger knows. Music is part of a project he did with. Brian called Apollo. That was thirty seven years ago and the Roger went onto a successful series of albums on his own and Brian. Relief at least ten albums and countless art project since they've not released do music together since until now and I wonder why and I was curious about how. Their approach to making music differed. I wondered about their upbringing. And what music was like growing up in England in the household Roger Surprise. Be With his answer. I remember fairground organ. Records one of which was code the mighty Maringgi and carousel organs. There were lots of like brass band. Dad like brass band and a lot and Mama's country and Western influences that lasted. I suppose I'd have taken the brass band Oregon route and Brian of taken the country Western. Yes so this is Bryan speaking. Of course when I was growing up it was just the birth of rock and roll and we had an older sister for years older than me who was very much into rock and roll so there was that influence because I started listening to rock and roll when I in about nineteen fifty seven so I was about eight that time. That was partly because my sister was listening to so we used to hear those but we also were surrounded by nab basis in something because it was the Cold War and so we had four big airbases within a few miles of the small town that we grew up in and they all they were lots of cafes with juke boxes so we heard a lot of stuff that that wasn't on the radio in England it was American. R&b really southern stuff so that was a big influence in the other. Very big influence for me was at some point are uncle. Stan moved and he said well he was looking for a new place. Could we look after his collection of albums? Which were all sort of big band jazz? Like Nice Paul. Whiteman the white big band not the black bands but poor white. Jack t God yes. I remember hold seemed like a whole winter of getting up every morning in the dark and putting on one of these mysterious big band albums fantastic. You are watt about a dozen years apart with Brian being the older. Is that about right? That's right yeah. There's eleven years. Temporal distance between us and about seventy physical miles. Did you share a common bond? Because that's that's a distance of years. Unlike the four years difference in the older sister. Will you still sharing music in ways for you? Roger was Brian. Someone you looked up to and in that regard or by the time. I was five Brian at move. He was an art student. And I think he if he hadn't moved and it was very soon to be two time with it left so actually. I can't remember to tell the truth. Brian hardly tool. But I can't remember my younger sister either of very bad memory shelter. I can remember certain elements go but no. Brian hit off when he was in his twenty. I Guess What Twenty mid teens? And he was in London Rod gun stay very kindly put me up because you know as a spotty little spot from the stakes and he was a national pop star and is to stay with him. We got on great but for me the point that we really got to know each other when we worked on Apollo which was some years after. This is early eighties. Yes An and then that we realized that Sense of humor were intuitive. What we're up to is actually very close close enough to work easily with and it was so that's when for me the I really really realize. What thoroughly lovely Blakey was so follows first thing you worked on but either it didn't go so well if you don't like each other or what but it's been almost thirty years since you've done something together. What sparked the beginning of this process to make this record? Well we both have our separate careers and we. We weren't living close to each other for quite a long time but we did stay in touch. We we've been close friends for a long time ever since that Apollo time really and it was about fifteen sixteen seventeen years ago that Roger started me sort of almost scrapbook notes of things he was working on and I said. Could you send the Midi files of those because I thought if I have the Midi file then I could do something with it as well? Midi stands for musical instrument digital interface so electronic keyboards don't have mechanical elements except the keys. When you hit a key what you're doing is activating a switch effectively and that activates and electric circuit. So what a Midi keyboard does it just notices way. Your fingers hit how hard they hit how long they stay and when they stopped when they come off the key again so once. You know that you can apply that to Eddie Electronics Keyboards. So Roger could play something on something that sounded like an organ and I could then take that same media. File the file of what his fingers were doing and make it play. Something sounded like a Celeste or like a trumpet or a bunch of kitchen equipment. So Brian Eno emailed me some Midi files for short examples all the same files to help illustrate this process. Brian wrote to say that this I wanNA play. Is the file that Roger sent him using a standard sample piano?.
Bitcoin Battles $10,000
"Active weekend and we still still tinkering around pretty cables right now. So let's talk about that. Let's discuss the elephant in the room that everybody is saying is very aware of and ten thousand so bitcoin over the weekend I actually found a long. I am long becoming stalking this position. For quite some time and The candle in the crowd on the two-day shot. I'm very happy to belong here. of the day with. I'M GONNA make a profit or not or ought I do know that my promo ability success is reasonably high bicester my trading records. But you never want to win is gonNA come. You don't know if it's destroyed all the next tried. You know that is if you flip the coin a hundred times in this guy to be a stretch re probably gonNA flip and land on towels five times and arrive at the probability of coming back to it being even author. Honda tosses is very very hot necessarily my trading okay. I'm I'm flipping the coin. I'm following the same strategies and structures every single time. I take that try Dr. No which tried is going to kill. The PIG will eno is that. I've got the probabilities in Moi. Five up now right now. That tries looking really really nauseous. But this definitely the hurdle of ten thousand you got to get through that region. I think that if we can get through that area I think we might actually have a little bit of potential upside mentioned. Carry through and the reason that I signed. This is because the has been a little bit of a battle up there at ten thousand. We saw yesterday in the evening. We pushed out through ten thousand in the Kennel. Started to get a bit wacky. Some big candle went straight out three. We wouldn't wish got into it and then back down a couple of hundred all's on a couple of hundred neely a couple of hundred dollars relatively quickly so we went back up there again to die. We pushed through ten thousand. We actually met a high of more than ten thousand and thirty six dollars before guiding a got scuttled other. Speak to now at nine thousand nine hundred and twenty eight point four tool percent today okay today so we are. We are having taught little hustle with ten thousand. If we can get through we good because we'll have cleared out the sales if not then there is potential further down. Saw what could also be an option is a consolidation now because the daily is not telling me enough. It's the Tuta I've taken my tried on. I really liked the look of his trend. Thus far we did pull back on the weekly can which was lost. Wicked closed point three percent. Up of the interesting thing is that we went down as low as nine thousand three hundred thirteen dollars before closing at nine nine. Seven one so felli good shift. We went into that cradles. Very close that cradles off the candle closet is a bullish candalyn. If we ingest I will get about ten thousand and then get above the high of last week's candle ten thousand three hundred thirty one. They've got the break of another. Hi sorry not a high sil- drug and then we break the high of another weekly candle that stocks we saw. We want small as we push on to new highs there the bitcoin just sitting there waiting seeing goes on. It's pretty slow at the minutes. Precipitous slow indeed. Now therapy has been my best tried for a little while. Buffet It's of move my stop up again after having guilt long way did I get long long. background to twenty three. My stops out to fifty six and I only had a two to twenty three to seven days seeks to stop very good trade. They locked in more profit highway currently sitting rotten out point two two percent and You know the weekly here gain loss. Cantwell's bullish close up six point. Two two percent in has just gone ripping streit outside. I be surprised at all to see except I saw a theory. Pull back a little bit this week. If the rest of the market does take a break because it has been a pretty still around were to seventy four seven point two five of a percent except as awesome. The kids their twenty eight cents. Were Dan point five percent. Little breakout happened yesterday. What say we just saw always? That's all it's doing. This does not a great deal more to decide really about Tom. About Excel pay. Bitcoin cash half a percent as I speak to you right now at full of five spot three five that is Willa. It's taken a long and again To Canada push the outside this another opportunity. Potentially if anyone out there trading those br sorry trading cradles base to ninety six and nineteen dollars down to three percent very solid way still locked coin do pull bucking that cradles to really nice move there. As a matter of fact the next tweet is preceding. That was eight point nine. Five percent move. It's at seventy eight dollars and seventy six cents. Currently down one point six percent on this day Eos perp. Masha talk of their deep pool but quite hard about south at three fifty. Roughly ran three fifty quite well. Our photos and thirty six point three percent. Bon Ami childhood really do like to look up here The bonnets contract on the two-day ripping the bonnets contract on the two against Bitcoin also ripping really good. It's at one percent right now. Twenty three dollars and thirteen cents. Kadota another pool back into the cried ozone over the weekend. The two day were six point. One percents We're looking good. They're really nice. Looking trend until break stamped low ally. There's nothing really to worry about for me. Just holding on and seeing what goes on the therion classics down one percent right now. Pretty Ivory agree pretty ugly looking shot. If on honest with you guys a little bit of consolidation starting to form around bat just show up at the ten dollar marks actually now that implies on what actually just throw that a more watch list to keep an eye on that nine dollars and sixty eight cents. Ten Percent Tron. Is Dan Warren? Half percent up two point one cents as well to round out that top ten.
"eno" Discussed on Bigmouth
"Kind of light them now because they've sought a sense of humor about themselves they went on and did <hes> passengers with Brian Eno which contained miss Sarajevo which still into beautiful some and then they ton of pop was so pop followed on from passengers and so it's really is often still out there very experimental. It was a massive commercial failure you to have kind of erased raised its existence. They don't talk about anymore. You know it's they disowned it completely. I is the last time they were interested a knife in the mail anything they did after that is just absolutely dull and I think the reason it's quite interesting is they hadn't quite decided where they go in they still had the kind of offense produced by Howie B and floods odds and I think they're still carrying that spirit of adventure into China village tonic music that they had during zero per at your punches where they went with Brian Eno Larry Mullen at her is back so he wasn't involved in the recording sessions and I- Larry Mullen junior is quite <hes>. I don't know much about the machinations of how you to work but I think Larry sorry mother is quite a traditionalist yeah. I think he was probably like came. Back from parliament of this is rubbish. Let's do all proper Larry. Mullen genius strikes me as being very let's due proper rock music and I quite like this is you can have therapy off the leash. It's muddy. It's confused. It's weird it's creepy but there are some interesting sounds on there. There are some weird trachsel net. I mean Miami Mo fo these already wear tracks yeah I think if Nick Cave and the bad seats had done if you're that velvet velvet dress which is a song at the end and wake up dead man. I didn't know something would be considered to be zones but the problem is devoting. One does so that's kind kind of. I can't defend all lithium. There's a lot of draws on that but I don't think it's I dyed in the wool YouTube. Fans have completely redesigned it because I'm not indictable U._T.. Fan I I can listen to you know what there's some. All rights defer okay so that's what I've said the case quite well by ripping off her car in the bunny man by then well. She's a good point. Yes some extended demo. It's not reading finished yeah they did. They felt it was the world he said I hit US probably bullets really. I think he's famous becoming just realized problem. I have with Britney writes. She wears one of those kind of white cowboy hat not through talk to her. Yes she wanted to have a lot in thomas onto really yeah. No no it's fine also it was nineteen ninety seven so if you think about how exist general nine seven is the dark here ninety nine thousand seven hundred youtube didn't know what to do with themselves. Urine Britpop hence they budded off and made ambient records with Brian Ena so pope is offense such an interesting and flawed and we'd record because of all of these reasons and I liked a bit of weirdness eh darkness my decent pop..
"eno" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"The immense size of the Eno river rock quarry in murky waters. The circumference of the Corey is, it's a sixty acre piece of property. So it's sixty feet deep in steepest section park. Ranger Jack singly eighteen year old nNcholas Brown went cliff diving with other teens at the quarry Tuesday, but never resurfaced for site county sheriff's detectives have ended their search for a body near Kernersville. They were following up on reports at a body may have been dumped in a cow pasture. Sheriff's officials say after several days of looking they found no evidence of crime in the area. The sheriff's office is releasing the property back to the owner. And we'll continue to follow up on any leads bunkum county. Investigators are looking for the suspect in an attempted kidnapping a teenage girl. Told deputies at a man, tried to abduct her in the Weaverville area on Wednesday afternoon, ABC news. Thirteen is reporting his car's a four door black sedan with an orange paw hanging from the rear view mirror, a Raleigh family wants answers after an infant. It's found dead at a day care center. Cayo Wilson has the story. The ten month old baby boy passed away Wednesday after choking on what thirty say was part of a pine cone, the infant had been in the care of a hug day daycare. That's a home base day care center in southeast Raleigh, no charges have been filed the death was ruled accidental. Family members though told WROL they want to know how this was allowed to happen. DHS records show, the daycare had been previously cited for hazardous items found on the property. I'm Kyle Wilson one of the world's leading lifestyle brands is expanding the triad Centric brands, Zadie over two hundred jobs at the gateway center in downtown Greensboro. I'm rob statler?.
"eno" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"I always go back to my time with Eno and the night I saw like Canadians like with just a mountain of cocaine, and they were going to a lady there's other do they're talking to. Seemed like that if I had stayed around long enough that maybe some action was going to go down on Cam, which was very exciting. But I'm sure the game ended. Oh. I don't know if it counts, but I was in discord call let's say a month ago, where a friend had left his home and not left the voice chat. And we were like people pop pop it in and out of the voice chat. Like, this is a big group of Doda players. So it's like, you know, people come in and go, but we're noticing that he was still there. He was out all day on night. And eventually we were in and he was in there, and he came home and was with company and proceeded to just be like lay it on really thick just like trying. You know, my roommate's gone. Like that's the line. That's the kind would like he would vary. Clearly say everything else was kind of like, you know, it was very distantly in like another room, but the open Mike had been at that point anything. And eventually we heard him go. Last thing. Giving them shit about it. Fantastic. Well, how's that gonna think that might be a good place? All right, great. That's emails. If you've got emails you wanna send us about the time. You said. In an open microphone. Oh my God. Bomb caps at giant bomb dot com is where to send that stuff and. Yeah. Thanks, everybody for listening or watching member Rajai bomb premium. Memberships are on sale. You never on dot com slash upgrade. For more details on that. And if you're watching us live right now, stay tuned after show, we'll happen. Yeah. And we'll we'll take some calls or do something. I don't know. We'll hang out. We'll did. We're a party with you in the chat and do some stuff on the after show. If you're not listening to that live up in the feeds as giant bomb cast aftermath on itunes and whatnot. So seek that out. We'll see
Governor declares state of emergency ahead of Virginia snow
"I'm Steve coming Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam has declared a state of emergency of a possible winter storm that could hit southern Virginia this weekend and into the early part of next week. Whether channel meteorologist Jeff Eno says a winter storm warning goes into effect in south West Virginia and south of Richmond at four tomorrow morning and will remain in effect until Monday expected but closer to us. I'm seeing Fredericksburg would that flight chance with scattered snow showers and around the DC area a slight chance for snow late afternoon. Sunday into the early part of Sunday night. Sunshine
Meghan McCain says she talks to Joe Biden 'all the time'
"Today and a Glenn headlong island gas station had happened at. The citgo on the one hundred block of Glen head road I would like to. Stress at this time that. This, is. Not a random occurrence this. Is. A targeted event Vigils were employed at this I have not said what the beef was between the two men involved a small airplane that toes advertising banners crashed on a runway at Lakewood. Township airport, in New Jersey this afternoon the pilot who was the only person aboard the aircraft, was injured in the crash no word on his condition or. What brought down the plane several New Jersey communities continue. To clean up this weekend following a rough day of weather that closed out the workweek more. On that from, wwl awards James flippin well it was a soggy July around the. Tri, state and so far anyway August isn't an improvement with a tornado, wreaking havoc in queens Thursday the soaking rain wasn't far behind Friday and along with it high winds taking down a tree in Glen rock crashing into the. Home of Mary Beth Thompson when we checked upstairs and we saw that we had water coming from, the attic through the bedrooms all. The way down to basement. So it's quite a mess. And her husband Andrew agrees we'll probably still. Be able to stay here I would imagine just camp out. On the. Living room floor, I guess no injuries reported but upwards of twelve thousand homes and businesses did lose power in central In northern. Jersey James, flippin for seven ten w. w r. NYPD cops continue to search for a man, who attempted to rape a woman as she tried to get. Into her apartment near queens boulevard wwl wars Terry McCreevy. Has the story authorities say the victim broke free after she was grabbed from behind while standing. Outside the apartment, building on fifty fifth street in Woodside the attack was caught on. Surveillance, video the suspect is described as bald about one hundred and fifty, pounds and five feet seven inches tall wearing a black shirt white pants and black shoes I'm Terry McCreevy for seven ten w r. NYPD cops searching for. A gunman who shot a man to death in the Bronx late Friday night police say the victim, forty two year old man he. Was shot in the chest. This was about eleven thirty. Near the grand gone course police have not. Made any arrests have no motive for the gunfire President Trump. Heading to a rally in, Ohio tonight could face controversy thereafter reigniting the feud with hometown hero LeBron James. James has accused the, president of trying to divide the country through sports President Trump tweeted that a CNN interview with James this week makes him look smart which the president says is, not easy, to do more in that from, chief political analyst Matthew Dowd this is such a political and I think moral mistake for what he just did keep in mind, a couple of things the Brian James. Is been voted one of the greatest athletes of all time Donald Trump by many, historians as seen as one of the, worst presidents of all time. The Brian James is probably, the most beloved athlete today Donald Trump has the lowest approval ratings of any president today now rally taking place in a, high school in Ohio a federal judge rejecting. A Trump administration request to make. Immigration rights groups like the ACLU chase down deported migrant. Parents so they can be reunited. With their children Texas democratic congressman Mark VC says it's not the ACLU job. To fix the situation that is absolutely insane that they would ask On for a nonprofit organizations to try and clean up a mess that they call a. US district judge said the ACLU can help but it was, the government that separated the children from their parents so the responsibility remains with the White. House Megan, McCain she's opening up about, her dad who's ill Jayson Campadonia has more in an interview with glamour magazine recently she says. She's scared of America without her. Father US Senator John McCain she goes on. To say that longtime family friend former vice president Joe Biden checks in with the family. Often the Zona lawmakers been diagnosed with the deadly form. Of brain cancer similar to the one that killed Biden son. Megan, ends the interview saying that her dad was strict, and that was, so she can survive her father's prognosis Jason Campidoglio NBC News Radio twin wildfires in northern California have, destroyed at least fifty five home sent thousands, of, residents fleeing the two fires covering a larger area than the deadly wildfire in. Reading which continues to grow by the way Governor Jerry Brown surveying the damage in Shasta county today warning there's a new normal of devastating wildfires that Californians will have to get used to maybe a thousand years ago there was a drought Scientists, estimate lasted one hundred and fifty years don't know whether that's happening. Again vogue gotta, be ready a major Japanese automobile manufacturer says it's enjoying a stellar first quarter more on that from AP herald Toyota Friday posted a. Nineteen percent, rise in, first-quarter profits, beating, estimates the company credits the rise to cost reductions and sales. Growth in Asia to Europe made over six billion dollars in operating profit in the first quarter AP herald NBC News Radio wwl sports the Mets getting another shot at Atlanta. Tonight at city field Johnny Manziel. Returned to the field did not go well for. Him or the Montreal Alouette former Heisman Trophy winner through four first. Half interceptions in his CFL debut as, much we all lost, fifty two eleven and, now here's your w award Weather Channel forecast it is going to be hot over the next couple of days now we will see mostly clear skies some spotty patchy. Fog as we drop Back up or sixty s to the mid seventies early patchy fog for Sunday otherwise lots. Of sunshine, up to, around, ninety, I'm, meteorologist Jeff Eno your next news comes at the top of..
Australia joins UN condemnation of Cambodian election
"At the pump. Prices. Fifty nine cents higher than it was one year ago. Also, the recent GDP growth didn't really translate into a lot of jobs growth. Gasoline demand, therefore is not growing. It seems to be stuck. You'll analyst trilby Lundberg says the most expensive gas in the bay area. The high right now in this panel of cities, San Francisco, three seventy one for regular in the lowest Baton Rouge with two fifty average price of regular grade gas fell three cents over the past two weeks to two dollars ninety. One cents a gallon, a firefighter battling a massive blaze near California's, Yosemite, national park died Sunday. After you was struck by a falling tree, smoke eater is part of her crew, removing brush and other fuel in an area around the so-called Ferguson fire. Homeland security officials say Russian hackers who penetrated. Hundreds of US utilities manufacturing plants. And other facilities, last year, gained access by using the most. Conventional. Efficient tools responded Jeremy house has more on the story. Officials say the hackers could have caused blackouts but chose not to and there. Was no, threat to the grid. Would go down the victims. Included vendors that had links to nuclear plants in the electric grid the. Newly disclosed details of the two thousand seventeen hack, come amid, growing concerns over the Kremlin's efforts to interfere in midterm elections and recent news that a dozen Russian military intelligence officers hacked into democratic Email accounts to infiltrate the Clinton presidential. Campaign Jeremy house Washington, fire officials in Greece raising the death toll, from, a wildfire that raged. Through a coastal area east of Athens to, ninety one twenty five people still missing, six days after the blaze began news and analysis at townhall dot com I'm Rhonda roster I was such a sweet lovable animal and people would want a pet him and they'd come up and they get close to them and it. Would be instant My dad didn't wanna touch. Him like ooh get the stinky dog, away from me even after we'd give her. A bath she would still stink very, stinky both bad breath and bad gas I asked the vet and. He said some dogs are. Just stinky does your dog it's scratched stink or shed like crazy come dine invite for. Help Eno v. I t. e. dot com the omega three fatty acids flax seed. Think you'll sell the. Digestive enzymes that are cooked out of regular dog food the ingredients, to, Vince, me, that, it was definitely worth trying after about a week he started smelling normal my. Husband and I were really kind of astonished dynamite is attrition eight five nine four two eight one thousand d. I n. o. v.. I t. e. dot com President Trump's personal. Attorney Rudy Giuliani says the president's former lawyer Michael Cohen is not creditable, I'd never prosecute a case on this guy's testimony first of all he talks to the press He. May, be taping me second he's contradicted so. Many times. That I mean you begin your cross examination by saying which is he going to tell us today Michael let's go through them now Giuliani was a guest on. Fox News Sunday Australia's foreign minister says. Her government, had a, total had told, the Cambodian government of its serious concerns. About Sunday's election Cambodia's ruling party one in a widely expected result if the only credible opposition was silenced. Last year foreign. Minister Julie Bishop said Cambodia's progress towards. Democracy was reversing siding the. Dissolution of the main opposition party and the banning. Of its officials, in running in the election More on these stories at townhall dot com I'm Rhonda rockstar Can you feel. What it's coming You know what, that means no,.
"eno" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly
"For at least the closest to the regular stuff as you can offer us as possible sale yeah want an end i think that's we're going to see more of that who is the the who is the mv eno was it virgin that they went iphone yet virgin mobile yeah so i mean that makes sense to me they don't want to stock a whole bunch of parts especially if they've got devices which are underperforming or they can't salary they can't move off store shelves i i think for a lot i manufacturers who aren't samsung an apple getting after direct sales unlock sales and in improving your own brand reputation on the ground floor is going to be key over the next couple of years if we're going to keep pretending that smartphones ari competitive and dynamic markets space i you know if you can't build the relationship directly no carriers going to extend a ton of support and a ton of marketing and a ton of add dollars to to help your brand up when they don't have to do that to sell an iphone well i mean it's iphone against lg and we're talking about fifth largest burn verses largest brand by far the i mean is is lg what what i mean have you looked up the stats recently i i didn't even think lg was in top five worldwide anymore carr's because i always keeping about the us stats are they always of were like all right i i think i think they are topfive in the us and they might even be third place in the us yet right now though i mean by me i think worldwide they're they're they're they're getting just eaten alive by chinese manufacturers in the hallway aapo in vivo that our third fourth and fifth adds raise vivo vivo is is taken that fifthplace spot which again at the terrible look for a company that that puts out hardware as nice as bad as algeria yeah well i mean we've been dancing around the number two position here so you want to get into that.
"eno" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The staff took joellan beed then lebrun came back with a choice between demarcus cousins and demar derozen and he went with demarcus cousins and goes front line of davis and cousins that's pretty darn big eno by the way kevin durant basically a seven porter playing the three or the to maybe even if lebrun looks at himself as a forward the only guard they truly abbas guy re but lebrun can handle kd can handle so i i certainly understand the way lebrun plated derozen ends up with staff and the other thing that i just found on jacqueline with loans twitter according to her the first pick in the reserve round was staff since lebrun put took first pick with the air eight other starters stepdad first pick in the reserves and he took his teammate he took his running back running mate klay thompson now he had to make that pick over draymond green draymond green also ended on team curry and i have not seen any further confirming of the order of the picks as far as the reserves go other than jacqueline phone saying she's uh certainly klay thompson went one one abdrei month feels about that they got janas they got harden they got him be they got their derozen that's already guard plentiful if you consider yannis a guard which he's and other tween her you certainly consider hardening derozen guards all by the way steph curry is absolutely a guy you gotta take another guard really running mates in the backcourt he's tighter with clad i'd only if you're just looking at it from forming a.
"eno" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"The eve of shaw in a car was that in dole giuliano eno on us donen said don't give andrew joko vinnie though louisiana's jonah again when the bad nazirali not a mighty china as on as on it this man in a row other i'm involving tobin man of users i go star run as bananas unveil his volume knob we need more no visual wondering has tried saw only one odwan your name amen untried war and leisure is the project it's out now everywhere miguelez here shellfire which are you ready for your lightning round short okay let's share favorite cartoon grown up donnadieu regularly most proud of warren lesions yet opinion poll would you name him next less than you eight that gave you diarrhea poincare kivutha break both arms who'd wipe your book i mean knows that was the tivs i'd rather you've been struck by lightning areas is girls weapon is but we do the same for a he would do the same girl early early he'll is not always bring a gear are you guys partner on each other el yeah we've been together for like twelve years i've been together with my fiance for fourteen years we're not doing that lasko not direct all growth rare makes were more pleasant you know we're not doing that man smelling exposed quite snores god by farm in the colombo do girl forks are bad too i hear some road nasty ones i never far glass it's a beautiful woman if she taught us how you met i guess she was interviewing you and and she has you she she asked you know under the the fans want to know the evergrowing you were like no but i'm looking for when they were used vote hang here we are literally halard she she pulled me sheep wall that reminder that elected member bid you chose meet josiel me data spanish are you still have that showed that idea going on in her head louis yes moved on there i want to take this one and make it i do like a spanish version of dan grabbed a liar i feel like uh there's songs i hear that had just be perfect who should i featured acid gluco sort out brawl alsuna house what i unio snow would kill okay dav there's not much.
"eno" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Of our final of seventy three to forty nine is the what we think the final score was you've got a little bit crazy there at the end than we think that the uh looking at our schoolbooks between the two of us we think we got it right but we will we'll wait and see just a little bit seventy three to four did i cough kenner winds at that that part is undisputable uh grundy kenyans literature mcrae half the thirteen points kinsey he'll hal tn are they were the only to the double figures for the yellow jackets coffee county hours later torme busy at 25 points 13 pool jinx for the end rosier and harley hinshaw 9 points for darius rosier 5 points for sean anderson and three points aj roland took points for kupres riddle and josh perry coffee kenny winds to go three eno on the a season and uh opened up the whole of the home schedule where the win so that's good indeed it's time to name r gateway tyrant arrogant are crazy dais his player of the game sorry about that are crazy daisies player of the game in that crazy days as players game garrett both with twenty five points is the crazy daisies player of the game uh crazy days is located across the highest courts straight from a high school is the whole mogwe hacksaw sandwiches soups salads and some great pizza uh check them out is the earliest crazy daisies this is the power storage post game show power storage with the when you need extra spice for your stuff call power shortages.
"eno" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"I picked up her as i say this is good and there was a part for me so that's how that happened you read when you read a book on the back of your mind you you thinking this could be for me always all terrible always has there to remains eno yeah rarely apart from me i have a hard time believing this because you are you going on that's because let me ask you this you think being on the view as hurt your film career because you're now maybe another way i i don't know i don't know if that's what it is you know there's all kinds of things that happen you know people don't cast you and you know people talking about how asking so white want gotta give cast and staff sign and i also am in that age group you know so that's a little odd to for folks on i would you ever you you very famously came on the scene what's your one woman show which was so groundbreaking and so incredible do you ever do you noodle round with another one ju ever think about bringing back that for you know those characters are are passed now but with new care would you do it with yeah but you know people have changed they don't come and watch things like that in the same way so you have to deal with a lot of what people are tweeting and what they're doing and so i think i would have to do something different in brand new o r rights last call that i caller what's your name and from where you calling.
"eno" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"It's strategy is for me it it's a tool of selfdiscovery and it's something in beautiful your you know you're dealing with the gods and goddesses and fowler gene and what a wonderful juicy rich environment you just mentioned the saturn return was room pretty important for you what does that mean well these not the book as as you know is based on the generational cycles that we all share at the same age um that like the saturn returned this is when the planet come back and makes an aspect to it doubt for instance the transit one you know the planet saturn is instead federal terry now so anybody who tajik terry is um you know is having a lot of saturn issues right now they can be working hard eno taking on more responsibility could saturn has been in their sign that can happen any time but these generational cycles they happen to to us at the same aged twin saturn makes the return to it down your saturn birthday like this done return to where it was that birth once a year it's our solar return or i birthday at twenty nine we have our saturn return so these generational cycles we all share at the same age but that doesn't mean the superficial or less powerful because there's sort of like say a bar mitzvah or sweet sixteen or maybe a high school generation a graduation um these major pathogen you see until the very very important and told the saturn return at twenty nine is the her generational cycle and it's really important you know saturn um if the planet a reality responsibility hard work self discipline not very sexy qualities but necessary one now saturn is in bad but it is hard it could do something plan it wants to manifest some thank you know um jupiter gets the big pr jupiter is like the kale of uh you know a a planet a saturn's like the brussel sprouts so to speak at needs to better pr person but i always say jupiter you know can it be exaggerated in an excess it's not all good luck in laid out and saturn is in all bad but where we have the planet saturn is we're we're cautious blow and often duck it doesn't come naturally it gets actually gets better with age so at this saturn return at twenty nine saturn return to wear it worked at birth.
"eno" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"That statues that have existed for decades in decades of becoming the break point for people to start demonstrations and riots plight between each other and those who were responsible or berry small number the eno the majority of whites in this country do not kill one iota what happens on a daily basis because they have family and job et cetera paying bills but right now it's become a flash point that this president has done very little too quiet and every time he throws out a double entendre those who were on the extremes use it to their benefit as the edge you expect them to do but that has to change yeah that that was my question is arlene how he does that right because our our i'd feels like we're kind of stuck year until he actually is able to bring us pass this points and he doesn't seem to either show the willingness or the interest in doing that so far it but it does feel that we are kind of uh stock because he has not been able to draw the line where i think the vast majority of americans realise ally needs to be drawn but is this a diversion on his part and to get people away from other issues that he's concerned about and that's what we don't know i i don't think when all is settled on on all the russia investigation to finish that donald trump himself is going to face any charges of problems i do think there is some around 10 that may be fined for violating a registration but but all of this has to stop i mean this has been the longest shipment rate lunch that that the country is gone through in a long time and we had nothing to show for that the problem uh there's an interesting line of conversation going around now about 2018 in and we saw some new polling numbers on president trump over the weekend that that are not great especially in michigan wisconsin in pennsylvania three states that were very big for him back in november do you think that there is going to be pushed back at the polls for the republican party because of this president well the.