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Warner Bros.' Wonka prequel gets 2023 release date
"Wonka Prequel. Yeah, training yesterday. Tell me what is the prequel mean? I'm so comes before the movies that we know that this would be the story before Esso Warner Brothers is moving ahead with the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory prequel. It's just called Walker. At this point. The plot details have been kind of kept under wraps up about the upcoming adaptation will reportedly center around Willy Wonka's early days prior to operating his elaborate fact. The range in the really Wonka movie. They kind of mentioned when they're great. Paul Joe right there. Would you work with them? I think so. Yeah. So we don't know if the Opal Lupas will make an appearance. And maybe this will show the part where he meets the Lupus. There goes the Lupoli. I know. I don't know. But would it be an idea that you would say Yeah, I would probably check that. Did you say I'm sorry? I missed that. If he did, he said, who's playing Willy? They don't have that Cassidy. That's crucial for May. I would agree with that, so,
Hospitals on high alert for new, more contagious COVID-19 strain
"Everywhere are on high alert for that new strain of the coronavirus. Doctors say They don't want people to panic, but they should keep up their precautions. News Nation reporter Eva's America's spoke with an epidemiologist in Connecticut to put it in context. Fight against Cove in 19 intensifies as cases continue to climb and now multiple variants are circulating globally one new variant, which the CDC says emerged in the UK a few months ago. Has been detected here in the U. S not necessarily reasons to sound the alarm but definitely something that we have to watch. We've learned from the CDC viruses constantly change their mutation and new variants of the virus are expected over time. Sometimes new variants emerged and disappear. Other times, new variants emerge and start infecting people to break this all down. We spoke with Dr David Banik, the hospital epidemiologist for Yukon Health. Most of these mutations are not very significant, but sometimes there's another mutations and placed actually change some aspect of the virus. What's been seen so far is that this particular variant of the virus seems to be highly transmissible so it can spread quite easily. What we do know from the CDC is currently there's no evidence he's Variants caused more severe illness or increased risk of death. What we don't know in what scientists are working to figure out is how wide lead these new variants have spread, or how the new variants stiffer. Think this is really high in the need to do this next level of testing. You know that what we call genomic sequencing to really understand when these kinds of changes are occurring on def They're occurring with more frequency and how they're impacting the overall spread of complimenting And as for the covert vaccines being administered across the country, and the world scientific evidence doesn't suggest that the vaccine would be less effective for say, you know, vaccines. Have in effect that allow the immune system to attack multiple different ways against the virus. Esso one change like this wouldn't necessarily impact Thea overall effectiveness of the vaccine. Ava's Maris News Nation, New Haven, Connecticut. Oklahoma is nearing a record high number of hospitalizations more than 1900 people were hospitalized with the virus on New Year's Day. The state had 1083 new confirmed cases yesterday, and with case counts delayed due to the holiday weekend. Health officials believe the number might be higher hospital data compiled by the Kobe tracking project shows more than 125,000 Americans are being treated for Corona virus. In U. S hospitals. As of yesterday. That's actually down slightly from the day before. Hospitalizations have not fallen beneath 100,000 for an entire month, according to Johns Hopkins, more than 20.3 million Americans have tested positive for the virus. Cases rose by 160,000 in the past 24 hours. Deaths are now at 349,000 after an increase of 2000 over the past day.
"esso" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"The weather is just a little better over here, right? Just a little bit. Mark Black on business rock stars and joining me is Peter Tao guests So let's talk a little about how do you balance your work? Life? You've got your own business Now. You've raised quite a bit of money for this. And you've also got a wife and two kids. How is it bouncing this too? Please. Your wife. You gotta please the investment. Yeah. Can't be easy. Well, my first of all I I this form. I say I couldn't be doing this without my wife. Because you know when you do start of you broke Esso and she's she has a great job. Here s O. First of all, uh, saying to her for actually bringing in some incomes or other family otherwise would have been very difficult. But the balance is, you know, when you do something that you really love and life If you don't feel that you have to balance it out because I'm always on this or the team. We always working on this. And because some people some of our team still in Denmark, somewhere in New York, you know we constantly working around the clock s o. I can I can work from 9 11 some nights. I can work in the morning, but the balance is, um um First of all, When you move here with kids, you have to make them feel, of course established here and so in the beginning it was it was. It was very hard in the beginning to both doing what we're doing with that, Leto. And being in and you know my daughter she couldn't speak. One word of English is like going to China. Her so she was sitting in this school didn't know anything about it. So I had to be there as well. Because my wife, she's at her work and I was more flexible like so I was like on the phone here with email with the rest of the team and trying to get them established, But It took like this. You know, kids are like sponges. So there was S so they made friends and now it's you know they've been so I'm so proud of them that they could do this. So it's actually what made it possible for me to relax about. They're actually having a great time here. They made new friends. They do a lot of support My son. He's Just, uh, joined the Y M C. A in the Santa Monica where we live, And he's um he's doing very good on that. Wonderful. So it sounds like so you got that You got to figure it out there on that on that end. How do you ultimately, you know, decide I had you guys know currently Which app or which, you know, sports team on the APP is growing. The fastest is a basketball. Is it Soccer football? Is there specific one currently cap still growing? Well, we We can definitely see that basketball is the trend. Credit is the trend. Let's shift gears real quick. What was the hardest thing about raising the money that you did that you could disclose the number if you want, But what was the hardest part about Eating something to give you the amount of money that you've raised s o We, You know it's so bad if they would end ask you something, and we couldn't answer. It s so we really playing the devil's advocates all the time. Really focusing, taking this so seriously to make the deck assed professional as possible, so that that's been that's of course, been difficult, but after that, actually it, Zubin, you know. It really helped us. So I could really give that advice to everyone to really focus on making the decor, the pitch so professional as possible. Will you have 20 years and advertising so I'm excited when we come back on our next segment to shift gears on that I'm mark lack on business rock stars connecting a community of entrepreneurs join us on Facebook, Twitter and online at business rock stars dot com..
Remembering when Howard Cosell announced he death of John Lennon
"Time out, is called three seconds remaining. John Smith is on the line and I don't care what's on the line. Howard, you have got to say way. No in the booth. Yes, we have to say it. Remember, this is just a football game. No matter who wins or loses and unspeakable tragedy confirmed to us by ABC News in New York City. John Lennon, outside of his apartment building on the west side of New York City. The most famous perhaps of all of the Penis, shot twice in the back, rushed the Roosevelt Hospital dead on arrival. Hard to go back to the game. After that news flash, which in duty bound we have to take Right I need it is remember remember watching watching that that money money night game because I'm the oldest of 45 in here. I remember that when Howard Cosell reported that Mark David Chapman had murdered John Lennon in front of his apartment in New York. And wow, There was no social media back then. But the outpouring of great people were devastated. Devastated. Remember Princess Diana? Member seeing people lined up on Michigan Avenue. They were having some type of a memorial to her in Chicago because she had been here over at Northwestern and this one, and when Elvis that, like those three stick out in my mind, remembering those being announced Am I? Harry Carey, talking about the death of Elvis and crying. Harry and Elvis were tight. And you had John Lennon and this one. It was unbelievable. I know for those who have never heard that clip. They say. You know, Howard Cosell just can't kind is barreling in with the news. You gotta understand that Howard had no finesse. Like that voice and the the cadence. That's who he was. You would think you know, Living more somber, You know, eh, Frank? We've got some sad news, but he did the way he did it. You know if you hear the way he did, as on arrived, yes, that he comes barreling in with the news. But that's who Howard Woz, and so it actually is more jolting when he gives the news. And you know, Howard puts it in perspective, though. I gotta give him credit. He says just a football game. But I got you this news, Frank back to you. And I know you know what Franklin for does after that, That's gonna be tough hearing that news because of just how How much the Beatles and how much John Lennon meant in that era. No question. Do you know it's crazy, but that's so hard. He brings up the game right, so there were three seconds left in the game at that point. It was Patriots Dolphins. The scheme was tied at 13, and they sent in Patriots kicker John Smith Toe win the game. This is Howard Cosell makes the announcement three seconds left. Here comes the kicker Patriots kicker John Smith to kick the game winning field goal and it was blocked. That game went into overtime in the Dolphins won it But like there's a story on ESPN dot com today that the kicker John Smith will forever be linked to this because it's like right after Howard Cosell, who's one of the most you know, notorious broadcasters of all time, announces such an event. Then millions of people watching are glued to their seats, sees this poor man have to go in there. He probably doesn't even know what's going on. But he's gets his field goal blocked, and now he's forever linked to it. Yeah, I remember watching that money and I found ball. Thank you. Monday night football. Woz, eh? It was a thing, man. It was a happening like we didn't have Game on month. Two games on Monday. Oh, Tuesday, we're gonna play. Oh, we gotta shut this. We're gonna play it on Wednesday and we got Thursday night football. We got 40,000 didn't have all that There wasn't even son in a football. No, it was Sunday afternoon. You had a late game. That would sometimes get you know you served by Heidi, right? Um, correct, but But when you didn't have that going on, it was it was money Money. Knight was the only night game going on. During that time. Money? No, it was the only time I can get that all the highlights of the week also is why Berman does it kind of been a traditional manner on my football today. You've seen the highlights a million times, but it just Berman in there. Give that gravitas of what? It was back in the day. So yes. Oh, my night football had such a such an enormous event. It was it was that for and also money that baseball for me as well, Because it is part of the brand going night football. Think of money. I'd baseball. The Tigers are playing with the lights. That's interesting. Yeah, Esso. It Z one of those things cap where When you have that kind of news now, keep in mind. They didn't break into the game, ABC News or anything else like that? It was announced right there at the game, Correct. It was strong, right? It wasn't We have to break away because we've got major news. Here's you know. What's that? Peter Jennings? No, no, no, no, no, Howard. And you know, in his ear there like you got to announce this and you've got to do it right now. Because I think it was the right decision. I mean, that was a massive massive name.
Where the College Football Playoff stands after Week 13
"Has set, you know on January 1st, um It doesn't sound like they get. They're gonna push off of that Rose Bowl, all the Sugar bowl or you two semifinal sites on Then you got the natty, you know. Two weeks later on on Monday, January 11th down at the Orange Bowl. Esso at hard Rock Stadium in my and Miami Flash, Fort Lauderdale. It doesn't sound like they're gonna move, Freddie. Um oh, that sounds like they're They are going to stick right with that that that schedule and they really don't have a ton of wiggle room. But remember it When it comes to those four teams. If a team does get a hit with covert of the four qualifying semifinalists, they will not move Number five in They will try and figure out a way to play the game. And then that comes into your point of then do you have to try to postpone it? Yeah. Why not a bubble environment. If you college football something, everything. Good night off the table. Well, you know if your college football are you ruling willing to risk Having a potential college ball player and then two teams get infected. Havoc over 19 breakout happened and then you don't have a council of playoff. I know they may be tough to pay for it. And in this time in this day and age with Kovar 19, but if your college football everything has to be on the table if you're really hell bent. I'm having a council playoff. No matter what's going on. I'll tell you this
"esso" Discussed on All Songs Considered
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More than 5 million people with felony convictions can't vote
"As people swarm the Poles for early voting, the advocacy group. The Sentencing project released a new study estimating that 5.2 million people can't vote next month due to felony convictions. Study co author Christopher Jurgen explains, is ah comprehensive account of everyone who is legally disenfranchised in the United States, so that so that includes people on probation. On parole in in the community. It also includes people who aren't present incarcerated in prison and those convicted of felonies in jail as well as in several states people who have completed their sentences. So I know that the South has been a place where it is difficult for felons to vote, And I know that this bit this bill's on research from 2016. So what states are we talking about? And has anything changed since 2016 Well, you know, a lot of these laws date back to the 18 sixties and 18 seventies when during the era of reconstruction, and when a black man we're deprived right to vote immediately after the civil war. So it's a long racialized history in the United States of disenfranchisement, and we can still see that particularly in states like Tennessee, Alabama, Florida. Those are the places that often disenfranchise indefinitely beyond the period of Suns, And that means that you know, a conviction you had in 1975 may still prevent you from voting in 2020. Have any states moved to change that and the years during this when this research was conducted Yes, you know, and I been working on this issue for over 20 years and over Half of the states have changed and and really coming out of the civil rights movement in the 19 sixties 19 seventies states began to pair of these restrictions but act But you know, we've had a big increase in criminal justice population since that time and so and so even though the laws were were, ah rien Franchising the population's kept rising. And then this year, we finally did see some progress. It was about six million people were disenfranchised in 2016. Now it's about 5.2 Million, and, you know, states like Florida are moving in that direction, but have not if not quite made it. Ah ah, or to re enfranchise the large number of people who are disenfranchised there. And this year. The study also looks at the number of latte next Americans who are affected how many. That's right. You know, we think it's over 560,000. We could only get what we consider a fairly conservative estimate there because Latin ex ethnicity is is relatively underreported across many of the state's We thought it was so important to begin to compile these these populations as well. Increasingly important in the nation's demography and politics. And how many women are we talking about? It is the women's number nationwide as well. Yeah, though, the women there's about there's over a million, and that's Ah, roughly 20% s O s. Oh, and if you think about the inequalities in criminal justice processing Those are the ones we feel in in politics now, so particularly the overrepresentation of communities of color end of men. So how much is this likely to affect this election? I mean, 5.2 million is a lot of people, but you don't know which way that they would be voting right? That's right. And much depends on the individual state. The demography and preferences of those Of those voters s O. The Esso. It's very difficult to say, you know, but nationally, if nationally and appears to be the case that That these laws tend to hurt Democrats a little more than they hurt Republicans. STUDY Coll author Chris Jurgen.
"esso" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia
"We can slowly come back to us so. Focus feeling of joy. Being good qualities about this. And even Aso. We're GONNA have the wish or the aspiration to pay more attention to the good qualities of others. And develop more of this feeling of joy that arises from that. And to have this. ASPIRATIONAL. Wish to share it with others. Especially throughout speech actions This joy. At the good qualities of oneself and. We can anchor this feeling of joy at the good qualities of. Others and Esso's in our hearts. Something we can remember. Return to. Whenever we need. And we can just reflect for a few moments on the meditation and how we feel now. Feel any? Different. Wrong performs the meditation. American ask us. Where we able to get in touch with? This feeling of joy. Appreciation with things gladness. Arising the good qualities of others or cells are we able to appeal? And we can ask ourselves how we felt. When we shared this joy with others here this whole. And all around the world had that field. Did it feel different? From when we were experiencing that ourselves. Just reflect tone whether this feeling. Of Joy or appreciation things gladness whether it changed during the meditation. Arise remained time. And pass away and then is. What was the experience? Was it coming and going? Noticing the mind changing. You could ask ourselves, what caused these feelings to arise? What triggered them? What In the mind in the emotions. and. We can ask ourselves who or what experienced this feeling whatever feeling experienced. Did. Did we make it happen or did it happen? Did it arise? Just. From the causes and conditions. And now can slowly come out of the meditation. And Open our eyes. And move the body to make Esso's all comfortable..
Fauci says Trump campaign is "harassing" him with unauthorized ad
"Before we get back to the calls. I want to talk to you a little bit about Ah little riff between Donald Trump. And Dr Fauci. So there's a trump campaign ad that has been serving surfacing over the course of the last week or so, and there's a piece of audio from doctor found she that the Trump campaign has used. I want you to listen to this very carefully listening part of this Trump Trump campaign ad with Dr Fauci. We saw the the language online go very, very concerned. Okay, so that's the wrong audio. We want to play. Part of the Donald Trump campaign ad featuring Dr Harrison and Trump tackled the virus head on leaders. Okay. So is that is that the cut? Okay, So let me let me give you a little bit of background again before we play the cut. That was the wrong cut. So As the Trump campaign was playing this ad. As I've said, it's been circulating over the course of the last week, and this is Dr Fauci, not Governor Whitmore. We don't want to play that We want to play Doctor Fauci. Taken out of context, and I'll explain why here it is. Have a listen to this. President Trump tackled the virus head on as leaders should imagine that anybody could be doing President Trump is recovering from the Corona virus, and so is America. Okay, so that audio was Dr Fauci is saying? I can't imagine anybody doing more. They used Dr Fauci in this campaign ad, but I want to play for you. The entire audio. Or at least that part where Trump used in the campaign at Dr Fauci was interviewed in March of 2020. The person that was interviewing him is Mark Levin of Courses on Kwun from 3 to 6. So he interviewed Mark Levin interviewed Dr Fauci first Fox TV show, which is every week listened to the entire context of that quote. I have been devoting Almost full time on this almost full time. I'm down at the White House virtually every day with the task force. I'm connected by phone. Throughout the day and into the night when I say night I'm talking 12 12 in the morning. I'm not the only one. There's a whole group of us that are doing that. It's every single day so I can imagine. Get that under any circumstances that anybody could be trying, doing more as you can see the context of that He's talking about the scientists and the doctors in the task force. He's not talking about Donald Trump, but they took his comment completely out of context. No. I've never heard doctor found she this upset. Clearly he's frustrated because they took his comment out of context for political person purposes in the Trump campaign at So Donald Trump. Excuse me. Doctor found she appeared on CNN on Sunday and was asked if the campaign should take down that ad. You know, I think so, Jake. I think it's really unfortunate and really disappointing that they did that. It's so clear that I'm not a political person, and I have never either directly or indirectly endorsed the political candidate. And to take it completely out of context statement and put it in which is obviously a political campaign. And I I thought was really very disappointing. What would you say if I told you I heard that the Trump campaign was actually preparing to do another ad featuring you? You know, that would be terrible. I mean, that would be outrageous. If they do that, in fact, that might actually come back to backfire on them. I hope they don't do that, because that's that would be kind of playing a game. We don't want to play Esso. I hope they reconsider that, if, in fact, they are indeed considering doing that. I hope that they reconsider and not do that.
"esso" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The Esso top story as you might imagine the president tweeted this out about 12:54 a.m. this morning. Tonight, Flotus and I tested positive for covert 19 will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this together. On the president's overy clothes. A whole picks also testing positive and he spoke with Sean Hannity. Our colleague last night, she knows is a risk, but she's young and I just I just went out for a test. They just do. It will come back later against. And the first lady also because we spent a lot of time with hope and others. Aunt, of course, immediately. There's a lot of speculation as to how and who sold it. So for Dr Marc Siegel, appearing on the Fox News overnight president is 74 years old. He's heavier. We're having a lot more problems with people who are overweight. Almost all of the severely ill patients have been over the age of 65 over the age of 70 is a magic number for that. The reason is because we're seeing the inflammatory response from covert 19 all of the inflammation that you're seeing. Tends to be occurring in elderly people. We don't know exactly why, but we're pretty sure that with obesity or with being overweight, the inflammatory chemicals that are already in the body. It's like lighting a fire that Qinling is already there. It's more likely that you're going to get that problem. So the president is obviously in a Volga roll demographic and he is overweight. But you look at the rest of his health, according to the White House physician's He is not a drinker. He is not a smoker. He's seems to be in great health. He's got all sorts of energy. He's asymptomatic, as is the first lady is also a symptomatic. We're hearing That whole picks is showing some signs of mild symptoms. If she's the one they keep blaming hole picks here, Bruce There's no evidence whatsoever. That whole picks is the ground zero here. Patient zero. For allegedly infecting the president and the first lady. In fact, I find it a bit curious that just three or four days after the first debate where the president was exposed to a bunch of Democrats That'll all of a sudden. I'm not joking. I'm entire crew. So, Yeah, I agree. I don't think that somebody I don't think Sean that the Democrats said Rick, You're infected. Go rub elbows with the president. But I do think that's a much more likely source that hope Hicks because everybody on the president gets tested. Daily to see whether or not they are testing positive or negative. That's look we know Mark Meadows, the chief of staff has tested negative, so it's probably not in the White House. It is now because their bodies to the first lady, the president are gonna be quarantining for at least 10 days, Perhaps as long as 14 days. We'll talk about the political ramifications and consequences that here in just a second. What's gonna happen? The next debate campaign campaigning fundraising, But I want to focus here on the contact tracing. I think this is a man. This to me is a matter of national security. Everybody that walks into the White House gets tested. Every day on everybody that works around. The president wears a mask, including hole picks who was seen on Marine one repeatedly on the same footage ever sing on Fox. She's wearing a mask while she's talking the president. He's not Okay, so everyone's wearing a mask to protect the president. They all get tested, and I just I find it very curious that here at the debate who knows? You know what the number one transmission of the virus is, It's not from breathing in droplets from touching. So again, you touch a debate podium, You shake a hand If we were shaking hands back a stager again. This was the first time the president was around anybody else but White House staff and Secret service with rallies. They're all Spread apart. They're not on top of each other, so it's not the rally's. It's not in the White House. The president got it somewhere else, I think I think most likely you're right that it happened of this past Tuesday in the mistake by the lake in Cleveland, so I think that's the rational place to look. 6 13 right now More of that coming up first traffic.
"esso" Discussed on Bigmouth
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"esso" Discussed on Bigmouth
"Welcome to big mouse the aimless cleaner of pop culture book us. We picked the routes we wander around. We get lost on our way to record shops in the pictures on Sean Patton, and somewhere over that is Andrew Harrison who stopped his two months and he's sitting in his study Andrew? How are you all right Tom Dressed and ready look it out the window at the rain. World you outside it's all until you. Usual. We can live with this. We've got pop culture force my favorite story. This week is the mystery of a whole religious broadband going down every day for eighteen months. I loved this. This is fantastic at seven o'clock each morning, the program went and no one knew why Cables are installed people came round also. It was because a very old person switched on their very old TV at seven o'clock every morning and outage. Or Wifi and that person is extremely embarrassed they've sold out now but this is the kind of story that's a Netflix series in itself as ten APSOS net while I figured it was a very good idea which is we should find these old tallies of we should succeed them around the country and we should tell them at the same time and then kill social media like like a kind of old fashioned. I. Would Go back to the way things went before social media before everyday south through with an argument with somebody nocal- A, Fifty, seven, twenty, eight, twenty, nine, five. Yes, it's a really good. There isn't it let's bring bill. Drummond and will older it together. Fantastic. This is the podcast gives you feel good tech stories. Let's me guess. Linda Baruch is an eminent film critic for the Mirror Jewish conical. Hey, you guys empire many many more. Hello. How are you? I'm fine I find him. Good. How are you guys? I think we're going to cope. I think we're all right. You've interviewed Miranda July which is very exciting and you said yourself you a star-struck. Tell us more. It's I interviewed for her new film, which is affects going to be part of the London Film Festival Lena I'm a massive fan of her films but I know she she doesn't really make that many of them and because she in between making films, she does other stuff. She does of live shows of artists stuffiness that she writes books, and so it was quite exciting. Actually she's a very reserved person but also conflict you really want to know what she's about than I. Really. Really enjoyed talking to her. Sick. Tell us just in a couple of lines what Julia is about AIDS kind of heist movie. 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From the time and they will end up looking exactly the same I really like about what she's done is she's given it her own flair narrowly. I think. It's brilliant. Brilliant. I very, very impressed. Andrew. Who else is joining us today well, also goes today is music rice at Tj and author of the oral history of the UK sound system culture basements, tops. It's Joe Mugs, Hello Doug how're you? Doing laundry lots of the books very well people limit at night. It's surprised at the has gone down. Extremely mazed at has. To what we were going for has not saw him surprised by. How precise they look across the woman who by legally long interviews together during the normal a oral history. Is just a second and significantly larger than things so. Casualty, algae exclusive, and the other others what I'm saying, and you just written the vast pace. Otherwise Chardonnay is the most important and influential of all time. Now, what have you done this? 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"esso" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Esso and I wish it was only me who tested positive. But it wasn't it was my entire family. So this one was a real kicking guy. OK, so that's not like terrible right? But it's a little bit odd, because you think he's going to give you like some details about the experience of being ill with Covic. That like The illness itself was one of the hardest things he's ever gone through. But it wasn't necessarily that it was the illness itself. It was the fact that he couldn't protect his family from it, I think is relatable to some degree. Want to keep your babies safe. You want to keep it safe for babies? You're like I want to be one of those baby like, how do I get to be cradled by the rock? Although he's just so Massive. It's like like a cartoon like he's just man. He looks like a cartoon. Strong, man. I just want to feel that just for a second. What is that feeling? I just like, Oh, Bradley. If you rested your head on his Chest. He would crush your brain with his pectoral muscles. Okay, so anyway, so that's so you know, that's kind of like, Yeah, we're just gonna ease in. Now. Here's where it gets good. So now you wonder what is he going to do like now that he's had Cove it has. He upped his sort of like Precautions in his in his home has been well. He explains that they had close friends over for like a nice day together in their home, and they thought that that he said, we trusted them Now. I just I can't even get with that lights. Don't say those things. No, that's not how it works. Trust does not prevent disease exactly. So, but he said that you know, he they thought that they had been quarantining the same way, blah, blah, whatever it is a risk, But now, he says, Here's what we're going to do from now on, And here's where we see the privilege. Here we go. I'm with my takeaway here is isn't necessarily keep them away. I'm not saying that. But what I am saying is Now apply evening, an even greater discipline to.
"esso" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"esso" Discussed on All Songs Considered
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"esso" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"Metal Kenny. Her new record is called suckers lunch, and that song was called picture of you. We'll turns out and Kenny and our next group Sylvan Esso Know Each Other, which I didn't know when I picked Madeleine to be the song that I would play before we had a conversation with Nick Sanborn and Amelia Meath. They have a new record that's coming out an album and single and I wanted to talk about the making this. What's different? The albums called Free Love. Can You? Can you see us in here? Clear as day perfect by the way, I don't watch much stuff on TV and stuff, but your film to watch was such a joy for me. I'll probably. April was just what I needed. It looks like so much damn fun to and all those people are Adam. Schatz I love seeing it was one of the most fun tours we've ever gotten to do and I'm so glad that we got to capture it to the other people see it. It's one of the first times where like the recording of the thing feels the way. The actual thing felt yeah. It's true and it felt really great in such a scary moment to get to put out something that was about. Light and togetherness togetherness. Who had come to that point? Where it was April, it had been I. Don't know maybe three and a half weeks since I've been to a show and I was really feeling and missing it and It worked it like filled my living room. It filled my life that night. Anyway. So. Glad you enjoyed it when you started working on this new stuff. Did you do that? After the tour was all over, was their simultaneous stuff going on and wondering how this record came together halfway. We're halfway through the record pretty much. It feels like it was the moment after we knew what the record was. was when the with tour happened. Yeah, do you know what I mean? It was like we had just enough to know what it looked like what it was about so if you could verbalize. What was it or can you verbalize? What was it that you thought of when you thought of what this next thing was going to be? The record? itself has three main tent poles in it. The first one is what if which we just released last week. The second one is free, and once I wrote free. We kind of knew. where? Like that that was going to be the centerpiece of the record now people haven't heard free so. Can you tell us? About them, so free is about the nature of hiding parts of yourself in order to maintain somebody else's love, and it's also about the safety of someone's perceived vision of you versus the reality of it I. Think after Amelia wrote that. Song I kind of realized that I was trying to figure out. What if from my perspective what? I felt like overall she was writing about. It seemed to me like she was reacting to. The world becoming increasingly scary by looking inside and remembering all of the times, when and all of the ways that loving another person came very easily, and so that idea kind of started to shape the entire thing. And? It's curious to me because as a musician. I have trouble. kind of taking. Something literal and turning it all into music like. My brain doesn't. Can't think that I can't put those two things together I can feel them when they worked together. But how do you then take that emotion and turn it into music? What makes this music different? Because of that one of them? More magical parts of my experience of being a songwriter is that. It happens in reverse more often than not instead of having an emotional experience, and then trying to distill it into a song. You're just trying to make a song, and then you make it and you realize that it is about an emotional experience that you had beautiful. Yeah. It's like your brain is processing going through before you realize it. Well, let's give a listen to you new song. It's called Ferris wheel and when we come back, we'll talk more about it. He! T! Street to. Back in your way. You..
"esso" Discussed on All Songs Considered
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"esso" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"For, miss an to Becky to Karen. Our very own Karen Napa Karen Karen Grigsby Bates shares the evolution of the nickname for a certain kind of white woman. I'm forward to the next iteration. I! Want my name back. That's coming up on NPR's code switch. From NPR music. It's all songs considered I'm Bob Boiling on this week. Show a conversation and new music from Sylvan Esso, but let's start out with someone you'd likely never heard of. Someone thrilled to play for you. The artist is Tricia is. This is the music of Trinidadian American Trish Hussein. The song is called Gaslight, and it's based on the nineteen forties film of that same title where a man tries to convince his wife that she's crazy through his trickery in the case of Tristesse it. It was inspired by a brief relationship with someone. She considers a sociopath and has manipulation changed her sense of self and reality I'll Tristesse tell you more and then play the song. Gaslight gaslight is about this painful and pivotal moment in my life, where I realized that my sense of self and my sense of reality was acutely linked to my reflection of self through others, and from writing it two years later, recording it in the UK to later filming and creating the video in quarantine. It's been this marker of growth for me and has helped me define myself outside of my circumstances..
15 Practical Ways To Improve Yourself Today Better Than Yesterday, Tomorrow Better Than Today.
"We're going to be tackling different wise to become a better person so in time right now where it's perfect to be. Y- doing some reflection himself work with a lot more time on her hands at the moment I believe that journey becoming better. Every day often talk about today better than yesterday tomorrow better than today and listeners rechanneled say well you keep talking about smarter better than tonight he. Can you give us a few tips on how you do that yourself and go? So What Pink Gum Tommy with? What's happening moment with most of the world in Lockdown Oscillation? It's a great way to sit down. And say hey. Can I become a better person hacking on? Be Better tomorrow than what I am today. I WANNA share a bit of a framework for people to be able to make the most of the time right now to become the best versions of themselves and to become the best that they can be and remember that we talk about this in terms of personal professional and family that lives broken into the three areas of personal professional and family And as a person constantly on this journey of growing and I keep talking about. Journalists destination is a bit of a journey and today. I WanNa talk of what life is a journey full. Stop and I want to talk about fifteen ways to become a better person through the journey. So He's a ten point. I'll try not to talk too quickly. Which someone listening to say I do. And that's that's that might be strategy. Because I want you to listen to a few times that you know. Try and keep it at a good tempa. Pathetic number one compliment itself. It all goes with the positivity of your mind it's it's all about complementing yourself meter. We were very harsh. Inner Selves said of people that? I can actually on on myself at times and have high expectations of myself But we need to make sure that we're complementing ourselves if we WANNA grow every day and become a bit of vision we need to complement. Esso's doesn't mean that we're GONNA be fake until ourselves laws. We're going to be honest and authentic with ourselves but definitely make sure that we're taking the time to complimenting assets. Number two is making excuses. I talk about this little time. Speak Hannibal we're GONNA make mistakes. I've met plenty of them but I said of people united so make a mistake. I put my hand up in our own it. I don't make excuses. It's it's all about making sure that we're a cannibal note blaming other people united somebody else's fault. It's it's take. Take our ship and this will help you grow as a person number three is something that's is. I've been in a bit of a journey over. The years is letting go of Anga. There's going to be things that happen in our lives. That really upset. Us and anger is no more in logs. It's normal emotion however I am not a setup being on best and being able to grow as a human. When I'm able to let go of Inca and what I do there is see the problem. Take the problem on. I write it down. I love using pen and paper. You said that I write down what the problem is brought them. What is making me angry? So why what's leading to the emotion of anger and then I start dealing with. It helps me let go and if I can let go INGA QUICKLY. And then it helps me grow It doesn't hold me back at number four goes with obesity. Number three is practice forgiveness. It doesn't mean that we forget things but I do believe this comes with having a strong faith in in in practicing forgiveness. A lot easier said than done. Meditation has helped me a lot with. This enables me pause and reflect and really think about you. Know The positivity in practicing forgiveness because it helps me get rid of that anger or it helps me get rid of the negative emotions into being the best that I can be number. Five is all about being honest and direct. I mean I don't know any other way I set of people. You might not look what. I've decided that you can trust them. Telling you what I think you need to hear and I want people to tell me what I need to hear. Not what I want to hear. It won't people to be honest and direct with me just as I want to be honest and direct with them. Number six is all about being helpful. this is something from a book called the God giver from an Early Age. I read the book Cuba. And it's all about helping as many people as possible. It's all about. What can I do for you? Being in service being hospitality industry has helped me. A LOT IN. That area is being helpful. What can I do for you and I find that? I grow as a person when I'm constantly putting myself in a position to be helpful for this Or Two honors. The other one is listening. Thomas you know in a world where we do a lot of talking fund that it's important that we will send listen making sure that we listen to people and giving everyone a voice and making people feel valued and heard It's important to allow others to feel valued and hood and if they're not being within valued and I think that being a good listener changes your loss in a positive manner. Over the years I've worked on becoming a much better listener to others And this is something that I've had to work on very hard because you're in a position of leadership you constantly during a lot of talking but actually when I beat focused more on listening to others that it actually made me that a person that made me later and it also helped me grow as a person. Listening to others is important. Number eight locally. It might not seem like a big deal but if everyone does a little bit species current terms we're talking about everyone does something act larkhall in urine becca on whether it's donating clothes cooking for somebody helping somebody get their shopping out. Whatever it is is just do something for the community to show them that you K- And that starts locally it has to be tackling. The big things acting luckily doing something doing a good date of some sort whether it's buying somebody coughing. The line behind you whether it's dating close to the local charity or going shopping is a sit before these are things that can help you and we'll help you grow as a person a number on his be polite said to people that. I can tell what somebody's like when I take him to. Lunch or dinner and have that trickle white staff always be. Polat is is you know. Being thankful grateful holding elevator doors letting people through just a kindness to sit a lot about a person when they're being Polat Rudeness is not is not something that's going to get people very much in the sent me doesn't allow people to grow so being polite will help you grow as a person ten is all about being yourself making sure that you're always yourself your authentic self This is something that's really really important and yourself will be based on your values and your beliefs This is what shapes your identity. So you really need to know what your values and beliefs because this is what shakes your identity and is important in being the best version of yourself. Eleven is always about being open to change so the pointer at number eleven is to me is about be open to change. The world is constantly changing things in our personal professional and family life change constantly. We need to be open to challenge for not open to change. Then we can't grow and that's why we talk about journeys versus destinations. Everything's about journey. Every day is going to be different. Some highs some lows. I'm better some worse but constantly a journey and life is mission in moments so being a change will ensure that you can adapt and grow as a person. Nixon is be respectful on this something that was instilled in me from a young age by my parents. Oversee son of migrants Very respectful say. Hello Greek People. Say Thank you You know respect the people around you respect during varmint respect others respect ideas lost dolls feelings Everybody has their own perspective. Everybody has their own lens of the world. Something we talk about a lot is seeing things from different people's Lens helps you to become respectable. You don't have to agree with people to be respectful. You know people sometimes think that I have to agree with somebody in that respect now. Not True respectful means understanding. Somebody else's position not ridiculing him for being understanding towards whatever they lenses of their perspectives. At that moment you know. Be Respectful of that. Be Respectable peoples times the thoughts their ideas. You know it constantly. Taking up people's time in the time that men have to give you is not being respect from so respectful is also being conscious making sure that we're conscious of what's going on within ourselves and then others in our environment next one is something again that came out of the Italian upbringing which is done show up. If the handed on every time we come visit somebody we would always bring the wine or flowers. Chocolates biscuits will bring something of A. It's a real big European tradition of You turn up to somebody asks empty-handed you don't get party be handed It's just a show of appreciation. It also makes the respect and and and making sure that you're you're showing people and it's also a language of love. It's one of the languages of love giving and that's something that helps people grow as people is that you feel this native giving actually connects you to a motion into what's going on. Ranji So just try to. Don't Nick semi going some. Don't show up empty handed and you watch. That makes you feel and actually help you grow as a person. Fourteen is always about educating cellphone. Voice talk if you want to be better tomorrow than today today better than yesterday. We need to constantly educate ourselves. We need to be in constant learning mode And this is something that people died in so said what we talk about Mindset Pestis fixed mindset is the people advocating themselves a constantly in growth mindset. They're constantly working on being better tomorrow today. And is surprised. People Len had to put a smile. On someone's surprised just do something different for you know. Make them stand out feel bedtime
Imperial Oil ignored its own findings on climate change decades ago
"The effects of climate change are being witnessed all over the world. It's the biggest story right. Now there are downright apocalyptic take images coming out of Australia right now. The country's battling hundreds of fires that burned across the country for months now roads and villages turned into rivers overnight right and tens of thousands displaced many areas in central and southern Somalia have been completely caught off and people here are now in urgent. Need aide Greenland's is sheets is the biggest in the northern hemisphere and it's in meltdown. All of this is a warning sign for the while. We hear it all the time. This is a dire situation. Time is running out. It's a crisis. Makes you wonder if we knew what we know now. Old decades ago could we have done something to stop. The devastation. Could much of what we're seeing today been reversed in the troubling answer is probably doubly. Yes in fact. Some people did know what was happening. As far back as the nineteen sixties major fossil fuel companies are alleged to have known about Science and worse that they were contributing one major Canadian company in particular its own research and ignored the findings and as we hear from our guest today. Imperial Oil Royal Coulda changed its business. Model could have been a leader to fight climate change but instead just decided to make bigger profit often. I'm Richard Southern Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the big story. Berta Hussein is a writer at the intercept joins us now Heimer Taza. How good thank you interesting article? One that I think is going to the real eye opener for a lot of people. Maybe anger a lot of people first off. It's really centering around a company that we use here in Canada a lot whether we know it or not tell us what is his imperial oil. Who are they so imperial oil is the Canadian subsidiary of Exxonmobil? The famous Fossil fuel company. It's best known in Canada. Zal at the consumer level for esso-brand gas stations. So imperial is essentially Exxon's arm in Canada and Essel is its most prominent consumer manifestation. Yeah they're everywhere you know but a tiger in your tank bright and you're saying going back to what the nineteen sixties imperial oil knew about the dangers of climate change. What exactly did they know back then? Murtaza well in the nineteen sixties the specific contours of the problem. With coming into view. They will not definite about climate. Change percents at that time but they knew that they were causing serious harm to the environment and they knew that this would eventually lead to a public outcry cry. If Canadians became aware of the full scope. The heart they were causing annual this time. You think of things like air quality polity destruction of habitat destruction of ecosystems. It was only in the later decades by the nineties. They were very very sure are about the science of climate change. We're talking maybe. Almost three decades ago they had come to a high degree of certainty about the impacts of climate change. Despite that knowledge they did not change their behavior and in fact did whatever they could to prevent the public from reaching the same level certainty. EG about the issue that they have what did they do to sway public opinion away from what they knew was the fact that climate change was real and that they were participating ended. What did they do to sway public opinion? Well over a decade imperial has been very concerned about possibility of public backlash and particularly particularly if that backlash led to calls for regulation up their activities or the imposition of climate or environmental regulation but somehow impacted their ability to carry out their operations. So going back to the sixties and then onwards from there are they attempted to do their own public relations campaigns to sway public opinion to Muddy the waters over their own environmental record and to push back against any organized attempt to curtail their activities but it wasn't just Pr. It was also surveillance of non-governmental organizations in Canada local ones like the Canadian Arctic Commission and other consumer advocacy groups to go on the offensive against these people even though they were much smaller than imperial oil oil of course much smaller than Exxon Mobil. What do you mean surveillance where they fled following people around? Was the documents show that they were compiling dossiers on environmental loops in Canada information about their key spokes people their finances their addresses so documents. Give us some insight into do the type that could carry out until two or they did they. Certainly it was on the table for them. Did they do anything. Imperial oil to try. Try and mitigate climate change. I mean you write in your article that a a PR company analyze different ways that the company could reduce its carbon footprint. Do they do anything well in the early nineties you know. Many many decades ago now they essentially knew that for society to avoid the catastrophic this traffic impacts of climate change. It would need to move from fossil fuel extraction to renewables techniques like carbon capture. Many the things that we've discussed today is being necessary to avert the climate prices but the thing is right this knowledge they did not twenty significant degree agreed change their operation. They continued to extract at the same levels and even higher levels year over year this day. They did not engage in the fundamental structural changes that they needed to to avert this crisis but one thing that they did do and I think this quite telling is that they changed the design their own platform in the Arctic and elsewhere to accommodate the fact of rising sea levels and melting sea ice. So they knew this is real soul strongly that they changed their own platform designed to accommodate that but they did not embark on the structural changes. Their business models would have been necessary. And it's even more unfortunate. Because if they had them that they would have had a first mover advantage and renewable energy. You talk about the the Arctic you mentioned in your article and this may be one of the more shocking things is that they looked imperial looked at the the melting sea ice as a new business opportunity for them right right so essentially imperial and other fossil fuel companies day for a very long time had the best climate climate research capacity is any organizations in the world they knew very intimately impacts of change around the world atmosphere here and in the Arctic and now they developed capacities partly for the reasons I mentioned earlier because they were concerned about public backlash over their environmental. I mental record. They wanted to get as good a pictures possible but what they also did was that the this usage capacity which had offensively developed to you know hopefully reduce environmental harm or get a better picture of it also to scope out new business opportunities that may emerge in it radically. Did you date environment. They said hey the fact that there's less CIA is going to allow us to go up further into the Arctic and drill for more oil right more or less maybe more technical language but you just if it was that the fate of Arctic Sea ice will determine how imperial operates right another another interesting thing to with imperial oil was how they saw carbon taxing coming many years ago and how they were how they were sure that that would actually mitigate mitigate some of the climate change of facts right what what did they say about carbon pricing. All those years ago well they knew that carbon pricing would be necessary. She would use fossil fuel emissions but they essentially low ball the numbers the new. That's a much higher number of needed even many decades but they made proposals which were arts private private knowledge and essentially you know we would have probably taxes through which we do need need. Do we need to be much much higher than you would. He needs to be several decades. When imperial and other companies had essentially deceived? The public was imperial. Oil's response to all this. You ask them for response to these documents. You got about all the knowledge they had one of these say. Well you know one thing that I This article is very important that they knew these things privately but for many years thereafter. CEO's if imperial were saying doing things in public when she concluded odds with their own private use and affiliate odds with the consensus of climate change mainly in the late nineties. You know imperial. You see Yo- Roller Peterson was saying that carbon dioxide. It's good for your I'm in started pollutant. There's no consensus about this issue. All and you know essentially open to debate internally do not open to debate very serious and very real so you know response In the light of this it was just that they take seriously and committed to doing what the cans move with the climate crisis. And you know the the thing is not revert. This crisis is businesses usual. Something's GonNa Change. It should've changed three decades ago four decades ago but if it does not radically change now you don't have to prepare for very ugly future in which the vast majority of people many Canadians are going to suffer grievously. Should we be shocked by this. I I mean you know. The cigarette companies knew there product caused cancer. I guess the you know the candy companies. Probably new sugar wasn't very good for people but they kept selling it. This is what Capitalism demands should we be singling energy companies. Like it'd be real oil out. Aren't they just doing what. Capitalism demands of them the difference between the tobacco industry and big sugar and fossil fuel industry. Is that the consequences of these. Allies are much much sh greater than other basic consumer products and. That's not to say that the impact is tobacco and sugar on Health Canadians and others not been grievous what we're talking about eventually an existential threat to industrial civilization Industry Association. We may we now have a planet anymore on which even make future mistakes or to rectify current mistakes. That's why it's really really far more serious than those other phenomena. All those were also serious. Now we're talking about something that we've never experienced before human beings have never done anything anything on such a scale as what they've now begun to
Boys Do Cry... and They Need To
"As we raise our boys today in a world. That's changing I'll social conditioning. Needs to change into directions. We need to let our goals to know they can. It'd be strong and feisty in its AK and we need to know that there are times when boys need to be vulnerable inside and that also needs to be a Chi- what are you hear out there. I I know you've done your own research with young men. What are some of the concerns that you have A? What are the issues that they're Having let's just mentioned again up front that boys is not all boys and it's not all goes ever but we know it's statistically significant number of our boys that I'll we'll be talking about firstly what we understand is there are some differences in the ways that Faye Mouth Mayo's respond to destroy so things that upset them and particularly when our make delegates fired up so we have a sense of threat and often that comes as you. Beautifully explained to so many times in those very early years when there's unmet make needs and so many those can be simple ones that we understand angry is a very real problem boys. We now. Little Boys will experience. It's hunger much more quickly more intensely than goes so sometimes when that happens and I might ask mom for something to wait. And if you're a bit busy or distracted you realized just how much that is triggering his nervous system wrought then so sometimes. That's enough for them to get upset and want to kick doc because they're trying to tell you it's actually a little bit more urgent than they can handle and manage. So that's a that's a really simple one about an unmet need that we need to recognize is a little little bit different. Secondly WanNA touch on what we've now found from near near I science Wayne famous particularly goes young and also in puberty because of really volatile windows and we're learning how to manage Esso's when we get up sit and our limbic brain fires up the knicks fix into the fires up is would center so we caught off and come out very quickly with words explaining how we're feeling was saying things to express express out big ugly feelings so boys and men the tendency is to go for the limbic brain and then it goes down into the body. So can that make sense to those times at our boys social health and hit scream sometimes because that's actually energy coming out of the body out through the mouth the ability for them to not only the identity. What they're feeling and then to articulate? It is definitely more difficult for voice. And we're still hearing people assigned to boys plays. Don't cry. Don't cry because boys shouldn't cry. You need to toughen up what happens. Is We shut down. That capacity feel comfortable to express vulnerable feelings wchs and that comes at a cost lighter. I share a quick story. So there's a five year old little boy. And he has transitioned into his five-year-old's setting his Co.. Different names around the vote for that. Anyway this little boy had been fine and then all of a sudden he starts throwing toys ways that other children. He's started really physically pushing to hurt. which isn't a normal boy behavior pushing to connect this not pushing shing to hurt? So is distressed mom his obviously frantic to figure out what was wrong so when I spoke to her so what has changed in your little boys boys world that is now overloaded his nervous system so that he has triggered into this behind you because he's trying to tell you he is really struggling with some big ugly feelings. I said what's changed firstly. She said all his grandmother Spain in hospital and I said Yup and she and the mums again. I know she's home now. I don't think that's big enough. They something else because this is a big change in behavior so this is the big ugly feelings coming out through behind you and unconscious it. All and now I've worked out what it is. His very favorite teacher who he loved dearly has gone on maternity leave. I said that's it so this little boy is is grieving deeply every day that he's Saif person who looked after him. When Mommy wasn't there is no longer there? He doesn't have the words to express that and side but that was what the behavior was about so we worked building that connection we also worked at him being out to send a card to his maternity leave teacher and within in three days. That little boy was back to bang. happy little boy was able to express the grief in tears then mom validated to him. This is what happens when we lose things we love particularly people and it is very much like a death experience for boy. He's five live. He can't see her so she might as well have died to him. Grief and death and losses. Something I've worked in in and this is why I want you to get the Guinea pig. That doc is because we want our children particularly boys tonight that it really hurts in your heart and that is big and it actually is really hoped hoped by sometimes crying. That feels I K- sometimes it can be stomping efate. Sometimes it actually might be us wanting to do do things like running dislodging. Bigger energy out of our body for Boise Self Needs Movement so we let them know that being said scraped we want we one ad Dads to cry around the death and loss of things like that we want them to crawl in the Guinea pig is wanting to say this is a world where it's okay for us to shed those tears.
"esso" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"In down who were the two award winning actors who starred in the first season of true detective, Matthew, mcconaughey, and. What is the name of any character from game of thrones? Leo, Leo night. King king Avon and Matthew mcconaughey and Colin Farrell time's expired. We so now review your answers here. The subject is HBO television shows what is the name of the show that stars Danny McBride as the baseball star. Kenny powers the answer look for there is eastbound and down. I knew it had to do with trucking St.. I did that's always thinking was the song. Eastbound Steve answered that correctly. Donald did not who are the two award winning. Actress who started the first season of true detective the answer. We're looking for here is Matthew mcconaughey in Woody Harrelson, Steve dancer. Matthew, mcconaughey? Correct. Although we are looking for both actors Woody Harrelson. Colin farrell. To use in season two. I was also thinking leave Schreiber so both you got with chanting. Question. Three. What is the name of any character from game of thrones? Any answer would have worked here. Steve could not answer one Donna Kelley C. Now, this that's her name. Let's it is not the character's name. It is a term given to her by the natives of forget the continents name Esso's. So I'm going to have to to follow up question. Give me that what is the actresses name? Her name is I can answer that Claire. Not claire..
"esso" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM
"Am talking about the stress that related to not having it now let me tell you something when they was pull in our cars away when they were doing all that stuff there was some stress in our relationship because we were fill in it we were filling those phone calls that we're coming into our house so we hit them manage the stress and we finally learn is you know what they're some patterns here every time this week we go to try to pay these bills in his is deficient we end up argue it so we at the work through them process so those are some things that that that outsi so let me ask you all are better because all by god yes you know what they're we don't we share everything and so it's not of his money more money pulled over to send there is none of that in our relationship it all goals and one pot and and we are very responsible he trust me with the money i trust them with the money we don't have the money issues we don't have any arguments around that as saw oh i wanna i wanna deuce jumpy here because there's someone right now listening in the they they they're mary and they may have had a money argument last night and a right now on this moment it probably feels thick right like i i can't do this and what your telomeres you've done it absolutely you all have navigated it absolutely and you're still in love and you're happy you navigated it's again all my good you know what but the thing was not the thing so we will have them argue necessarily about money but we noticed this pattern up every time it's time to pay the bills so it's like uh can you could call we don't have the money from the cali it can you call and get a a payment agreement and esso right there the anxiousness what what will all it was a sphere yes so we test at the hague the bill and anything give me the bill because i want to call a summit call so i told the bill over to why you throw a bill at me mental appeal the two yes you did at hand you told me and so so we are arguing about how i gave him the bill rather than talking about the fear that we will fill in the vulnerability that we were fill it.
"esso" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"In tuscaloosa was get your phone calls eight five five to forty seven to eight five and start with stephen in south carolina hello stephen europe promo spin they were to get the almost wait a few years ago with the vikings a richer it was by far but i think the esso's proud progifter more luck feel a little you know i don't think they played against each other but listen see him they're not sure you seen that probably talked about it before but i saw it for the first time over christmas at documentary on see them newton where he gets to the ah in high pay in new york and uh in the background ripped him you remember all that it was hilarious they had the bear run it was sitting on the bench witness had home and he was crawling free throws a field goal as you hear people saying that that documentary on cnn and in the bear coming along with basketball sure do that was the first time have you talked about before i will catch you every day but the first time i've seen the documentary and i thought it was pretty allow us you know just look like hey pick the bear off the street of course it was the seventy then he was in a suit there any would put it ends up like a field goal every time uh every time a uh a crimson top basketball player who did a free throw threat but i thought that was hilarious uh quit would be if the sec i'll be looking for that basketball uh with the uh who they play in oklahoma oklahoman those things but it's not like the acc i mean u c c lewis basketball thank you very much for.
"esso" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from bonefish grill whether you're dining on seasonal would grilled fresh fish the one and only bang bang shrimp or enjoying a handcrafted martini your shortage catch inexperience unlike any other come see what's fresh at bonefish grill tonight it's a plus one podcast from all songs consider today an interview with silvan esso back in april right about the time silva nestle were releasing the second album called what now the duo of a meal you're meath and nick sandborn that a bunch of their north carolina buddies to join them in a studio in asheville north carolina to re record a handful of the songs from what now this time as a big live band members of why oak the mountain goat his golden messenger mountain man and megaphone got together for a day at echo mountain studios and these sessions were captured to create a visual ep the comes out july 28th and each day this week and pure music will roll out a new video from silvan esso's echo mountain sessions today's installment is a version of rewind i was curious about the session so i ask nicon amelia who are enduring north carolina to join me in a conversation and i start by asking about the inspiration behind this project so they we've been talking leading for awhile since the last record and then you're tired of retailer sweated is all no i think we just always lake at any time you get the opportunity to kind of approach a song in a different way it'll it allows you to kind of remove someone from from being married to the original recording and then by doing that i think he kind of get to see what the song actually as you do a little value go from making a record to them just taking it live right you you learn more about your tunes indeed but this was a new way we started we did this project before even billing went out onto at the new record as kind of a nice way to get out of like studio head tillich breathe new air into the songs gear we'd can adjust finished the record and we were kind of an heads base where really wanted to just.
"esso" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Little over two million but we can always to that of a two point seven and use money because they were standing right outside the glass when you announce this he was not happy esso ad i cannot allow cancelled two million dollars worth of advertise the agf thing with the first time we did this i didn't know where the money was in a comfort right now we know that there is enough extra volume that it pays for itself you know we know that there's enough supercharged of the marketing rights that we get our costs per loan advertising wise is less because of its that nato is all these things to save money which has how many will do it when i i know this idea i didn't know where the money was come from so i was mad at one of the tv stations and so i cancelled two million dollars worth of advertising between tv and radio and direct mail whereas wrestler doing i cancelled two million dollars with advertising and i said that two million dollars and i stuck it into a fund that we were going to use to pay all the closing costs on our refinances and the gamble i took was okay if i paid two million dollars on tv and radio whatever else i know how many thousands of loans i will be able to do from that advertising we did not know what was going to happen when instead of giving that two million dollars the tv stations and radio stations if we gave that two million dollars to our customers ripe paying all their closing costs on the refinance and a was wildly successful and we it was busier than we thought it was going to be and i ended up paying by two point seven million or even the target was only two million i ended up paying two point seven million uh which was little more than we thought but it worked because the our volume went up enough to offset the lower profit per alone that's what you call a win win victory for everybody take advantage of this great offer today yes even on a weekend our license loan officers are standing by right now they'll walk you through the application process and lobi at your beckoned coal all the way through the closing.