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Joe Pesci Returns to Acting to Star Opposite Pete Davidson

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:20 min | 5 months ago

Joe Pesci Returns to Acting to Star Opposite Pete Davidson

"The Pete Davidson effect, oh, I should say the Kardashian effect has finally really happened to Pete Davidson. Because suddenly he's the greatest actor in the world. I don't know what to say, but only Pete Davidson could make gel Pesci return to acting. You know, Pesci has long since retired. He's always said, I'm not going to act anymore. It took so much for him to come back and do the Irish man with Scorsese and De Niro. They threw him a ton of money and he said, I'm not doing this again. But apparently he heard that Pete Davidson is in a movie called bupkis. Pete Davidson and Edie Falco are in a movie called babka. And I guess that's all Joe Pesci had to hear, he's back. It's a half hour live action comedy that tells a, it's called, it tells a heightened fictionalized version of Pete Davidson's life. I don't know what the deal is, but everything Pete Davidson seems to do is a version of his life.

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"falco" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"falco" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"And I thought I can't do this. Yeah. Yeah, well, that's unless there's make it pretty easy. They're lightweight and easy. We are in the time we have left. You have one more thing you want to shout out. Because I have one, but I didn't want to take away the well, no. I mean, it's ridiculous to talk about cicadas again because we have a favorite brand. And we always talk about falco's. And I've used so many different ones and you know the company that you like that makes the Japanese ones. Yeah, they make a nice cicada that's a lot like the and that's not a cicada. It's like a skewer. It's like a secretor. Is that what you call it? I have no idea. I always say secretory, but I'm probably saying don't worry. Don't worry. You say tomato. Hand pruners and they are. I like the number two. Because I can't tell you how many I've given of those. Yeah. And I'll just shout out one last thing, which is that I'm addicted to following the weather. So I always buy a lot of Johnny's selected seeds. They have a plastic or an acrylic rain gauge. It's like $7 or $8 or something. I give it as like a stocking stuffer and like a gift all the time to people. Which is my low tech analog version, but then I also have a digital weather station and I've had it forever. In fact, my original one, I have the Davis vantage view. My original one up on a pole on the hillside, and it transmits wirelessly to a console in the house. Wow. Yeah, it's fabulous. I mean, my original one, I gave my neighbor and it's still running strong, it must be more than 15 years. I don't know. And I got a slightly different one because there was a new feature that came out maybe 5, 7 years ago. And it's just, I just love it. I just love it, love it, love it. And I love, you know, how many hundreds of an inch and what's going on and it keeps the records what's happened this month and so on and so forth. Anyway, we're out of time. So that's pretty cool. We've got to bring that other one in because little crack in the ice. Yeah, I do, of course, the little analog one just comes in for the winter, but Ho over there. All right, do some shopping. Contributing. I have a list now. All right. All right, I'll talk to you later, thanks..

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"falco" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"falco" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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Impeachment: American Crime Story Tells Monica Lewinsky's Side of the Clinton Scandal

The Watch

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Impeachment: American Crime Story Tells Monica Lewinsky's Side of the Clinton Scandal

"Crime story impeachment which come on september seventh if i if i run my dates correctly. Here's my big takeaway from the abundance of trailers at they have released for this in the last three weeks. Really like quite a push. So and i think i'm starting to get the feeling like this is going to be an american story o. Oj simpson moment. Where i think we're going to revisit a lot of the stuff from the clinton impeachment monica etc. But i have a question about all these trailers. We still haven't gotten a significant amount of time with clive owen. His bill clinton which leads me to believe. They're either sitting on marlon brando in the godfather level performance or marlon brando. Doctor moreau level performance. Like it's it's going to be one or the other that is definitely a take and you may right. I choose to think about it slightly differently. Which is they have two things one. It's very very hard. I mean presidential performances especially in this era are almost uniformly imitations right and it's distracting to be like oath. He's just like bill clinton. Yeah whatever Falco place. Hillary clinton like i think it was a smart move to minimize them in the trailer because immediately becomes about. Wow clive owen. Doing a great job being bill clinton sure in it's distracting from the show. They wanna tell. I think the second piece of it is the from my understanding of it. The reason to tell the story about something that you know obviously isn't fresh and a lot of people's minds but i for people of our age our generation certainly is. Is it for. Sarah paulson to win more awards. That's going to happen. But i think it's more to tell the story of the monica lewinsky and linda tripp and people who were actually the prime movers of this. That shook the firmament that the much larger figures were resting

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"falco" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"falco" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

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"falco" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"falco" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

"Id card or whatever it is is after that one right. There's not supposed to be any medical history information either on the digital or on the card form so i mean you have both options there but i think you're right in terms of who who's able to access those an does that limit certain demographics. I think there's some issues there. And i think to raphael the kind of response of now certain people who are fully vaccinated. Get these privileges and when those people who decided not to get vaccinated. Start complaining. I think inevitably the response is going to be well. It was your choice. You could've you could've done in now. You don't get that privilege right. I think there's no. I don't know there's no way to escape that unless we're all really kind hearted people and caring caring for those people who've been causing us headaches this whole time. Yeah and i had one more thing to say. But i lost my train of thought. Maybe i'll think of it. But yeah i think those responses are are inevitable and what what that's going to do to us i don't know oh now i remember but at least what is talked about. Is that the plan is that this is just a temporary measure right until we reach that her immunity where we won't need this anymore than that will be a thing I don't know if that that eases or if that's believable or not. But i think that's what i've been that's why of hearing it's gonna. It's gonna be interesting though for churches and and for pastors to bring it back to a little bit more of a spiritual level since this is a spiritual or religious. Podcasts spiritual podcast. We're not particularly spiritual but it's a religious podcast. I already had already had someone. Come and tell me. And they are pro vaccination so they said very soon they will they will let churches we open but only for people who are fully vaccinated and i thought that was fascinating and super scary. One get once again on the one hand. I mean. i'm thinking through this personally. will i. will i hang out with people for for for the next little. While we'll hang out we'll hang out with people who are not vaccinated or will they try to choose safe spaces for myself and for my family. And so what happens then a church. If i don't perceived ps safe space because people aren't vaccinated so that's the one hand the other hand is how if we start doing that. We're proving everyone who said this is a matter of trying to control you and your religious expression. We're trying literally proving everyone right if we if we make vaccine passports. Some sort of an entry passport into church. I had someone in our community. Say that. I hope you do this. I hope that the church makes a policy that you only allow fully vaccinated people end Also interesting. I think it's gonna yeah you know and it's going to land on past. I mean. I'm not going to be a pastor at that point anymore. But it's going to land on pastor. Sweet it's gotta lanham on feet of moses falco on what you do because y- right..

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"falco" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"falco" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

"To go to a different Province or travel Well not less. Oh travel that's less of a problem. But then to have my my phone and google being able to tell my. Tell me my health information. I start to get a little hesitant if it was like a paper card. I way more okay with that But i don't think that's also an issue than many people are thinking of at this present moment when they when when when there's a kneejerk reaction to vaccine passport right with moser half of my family lives in quebec my wife's family anyways right and so there's some nephews that i haven't met and you know my daughter hasn't met her uncle yet right and so the one part of me. Really says hey. Let's get going the sooner we can get families back together. The sooner travel can get back together. I'm willing to make sacrifices and willing to make sacrifices for that the hesitant part of me says. I do have a bit of a vindictive strain on me so so so part of me part of me says. Let's make those anti vaccine suffer. It's it's really bad. And i'm saying deliberately in a bad way and so so that's when i get hesitant about the vaccine passports 'cause i it's not a healthy way of seeing this as some sort of revenge or a some sort of consequence i think our immediate goal is is actually do be healthy. In general as a society. Our immediate goal is to to become healthy enough. That cove is not an issue anymore and also to eliminate co eliminate cove all of the rest of the world. so then i get. That's when i started being hesitant again about the covert passport. Because i wonder whether it will actually achieve whether it will achieve higher vaccination uptake or whether it will just further entrench people and then i wonder if it discriminates against people who are less tech savvy or who have less access to resources is just one other hoop that they have to jump through in order to go about their daily life So you like there. There's lots of little complications. I would say that we really have to work out. And i mean how much do we actually know about the vaccine password at this point. Besides that they're seriously looking into or they're going to do it at least what's being said from the manitoba..

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"falco" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"falco" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

"So we've also had other proposition and i think there are moving forward on the vaccine passport system Just overall what was your reaction. Have you had your mind shifted towards or against it I have definitely listen to both sides of the aisle. And this and i'm not quite sure where i land i definitely i think we need to have As much support for vaccination as possible. But i also suspect that there might be some underlying issues as far as a passport system goes that might not get addressed. So i don't we start off with you rafael. Yeah i'm gonna talk to you as an immigrant now. I know i'm white. And i'm very western but i'm an immigrant. I gotta tell you that. Canada has had a vaccine passport for a long time and much more than that. People can just come to canada when they want to come to canada. They can't just immigrate and live here. Yes refugees can come in. And there's a whole that's a whole nother can of worms. Some people how people feel about refugees but somebody who immigrants as a landed immigrant has to go through so many medical tests and that such a narrow window of who gets accepted into canada and who doesn't and the scenes are very much a part of that. I could not have moved here as a sixteen year old. If my parents didn't have a whole list of vaccinations that i have received as a kid. We almost didn't get here because of some health issues within our family my grandparents as refugees from europe when they wanted to move here with their family also with their parents might. My grandpa was still in his late teens. I think at that point to come to canada. They couldn't come to canada because one member of their family had bad is site and they ended up moving to paraguay. This is in the nineteen thirties. You know these were people dispossessed by the soviet business before second world war people dispossessed by the soviets had nowhere to go somewhere in the third reich. Trying to find you place so to say i. That's my first reaction is to say. Hey we've done this for a long time in canada that we pick and choose based on who we prefer health wise so before we get into this conversation about our freedoms and all this thing we might have to acknowledge that our freedoms are not quite as free as we thought that they were and there were already part of the privileged. Who get to be here..

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"falco" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"falco" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

"It would very much agree with you. Moses I would also even like to add in that. This conversation is also very different than the conversation with the first nations and the and the kamloops children within the church particularly because our relationship with the islamic faith as christians is particularly tumultuous and say that just as the cultural discourse would see them very much as a religious enemy or religious force that is against christianity or not. That is actually true. I i guess. What i'm trying to say is that it's going to be much harder to convince a mennonite to go to a mosque than it would be to sit down with someone who is first nations. This is. this is where. I got so angry this week and i have that issue sometimes but listen when nine eleven happened. Let's be very honest here when nine eleven happened. It was very clear that muslims were blamed. People in general could not make a distinction between moderates and extremists to this day. If i come flying in from nicaragua or from honduras or from paraguay i land in atlanta. I go pick up my bags right where you go up the stairs with your bags to recheck your bags there is police standing there with dogs and you know you can just watch it because i watch it because i'm standing there waiting for my bag. You know who they stop. They stop people who look like they're muslims. That's that's that's who they stopped. There's a certain color. Maybe a certain dress certain attire. So we've kind of generalized this when a terrorist attack happens on our institutions and how fitting that those institutions were all about money but when when an attack happens to our institutions. We generalize this as a whole faith attacking us but when the reverse happens and a white person drives over a muslim family and kills them. We have such a hard time saying well. This is not terrorism. We say it's an isolated incident not systemic. Racism is one crazy guy. We're not crazy you know and and it just drives me crazy. The police can say it's terrorism but we don't believe it and we kind of want nuance in this situation. When we are not willing to give nuance to other people and and i think i think we need to at least acknowledge that it comes partly out of our churches that this is not just a societal conversation. This is a faith conversation whether this guy that drove that truck has a faith or not it just. It is a faith conversation. It is driven by conflict between between two faiths and it's driven by how we talk about people of other faiths within within churches. We can say that. Canada as opposed christian nation..

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"falco" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"falco" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

"There is a shift even of understanding not only of indigenous culture. But even what what life on a northern reserve is like. It's it's really like entering a different world in some ways and the culture is so different that we need to learn from it. And i think the only way to learn from it. Well it's to learn in a respectful you to to come at it. With with kind of open is open hearts and respect for the people that were interacting with an inevitably. I think those cross cultural encounters are gonna lead to changes in the way we talk about stuff and then when we're back here in in winnipeg then it has just kinda changed. Our outlook on things change the way we talk Although yet at the same time we have a mix of people at the church who would be on different places when it comes to. What do we actually do about reconciliation Or even what do what do we think about indigenous people. And there's been comments that i've been you know. Shocked fight to that. Come from people in our church. Yeah i mean. I think probably any pastor will tell you that With the exception may be a few. But i think i i was just not ready for it either when i when i moved back here and just just at least the openness the openness of of just saying straight out what you think and some of the words used and i've just been surprised. Sometimes i think we need to move onto another topic soon. But i was reflecting today a little bit when i couple couple of years ago. This is almost ten years ago. Now probably yeah. It is because. I'm almost married ten years so it's more than ten years ago. I was working for discipleship school called outta town and we would always take our students out to vancouver island until the road ended. And then we'll take a boat and we ended up at this retreat place which was a healing place..

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"falco" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"falco" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

"I think I mean where to start right. I think a backup just a little bit to say that i'm I'm a first generation canadian. Or i was born in canada to immigrant parents. I think which makes me a second generation. Canadian and my exposure to residential schools didn't come 'til an adult because it's not something i learned in my growing up and so as i started working in the church you know been exposed more to kind of History in winnipeg as well. I started learning more about what the indian residential school system was all about and the effects that are still felt today a number of years ago. I had the chance to go to ottawa for the closing ceremony. Ceremonies of the truth and reconciliation commission and again hurt stories of people's experiences in residential schools. And something that often hear from my fellow. Canadians is the sentiment that you know that i wasn't there. It's not it's not my fault. I didn't run those schools. So why am i being blamed. And i can say that to right. My parents are immigrants. They weren't around when this happened. I wasn't involved in it and yet at the same time. I'm part of a larger system in canada. That has for lack of a word failed in a lot of ways when it comes to our indigenous peoples so when when this came up right when the story broke i i was just thinking of you know how many times who said. Oh this is the past this history. We've gone over this. We've apologized and all of a sudden. There's two hundred fifteen kids found in indian residential school buried unmarked without record. And i was. I was preparing my sermon for that sunday. Two sundays ago when the story broke and i was focusing on psalm. Fifty one The famous i guess prayer or or poem or song that was written or attributed to david after the confrontation from nathan the prophet after basically took care of your eye. You know killing him because he didn't want anyone to find out that he raped wife bethsheba and the consequences. That come out of that of course are quite serious but in this prayer he almost have the sense that i david is is confronted with the thing. He's been trying to hide. And nathan kind of brings it out in the open and now it's like kay. What are you going to do..

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"falco" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"falco" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

"Talk about contemporary culture and anna baptist late on today's episode. We have a news. Roundup of the two hundred and fifteen children found in kamloops bc as well as a conversation on islamaphobia and we talk about vaccine passports and what they mean to be as a church in a post pandemic age join us in having the conversations that shape us greetings everyone. Welcome to the modern. In about this podcast. We're excited to record another episode. It's been several weeks since we've recorded because we have pre stuff and lots of things have happened in in that time and so we are here together today with tobin. And we have a guest moses falko. Who's the pastor the pastor at stirling mennonite fellowship moses. Welcome tobin welcome. How are you guys doing. I'm doing pretty good. It's been quite hot here for the past few days and my air conditioner decided. It was the perfect time.

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"falco" Discussed on The Woody Show

The Woody Show

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"falco" Discussed on The Woody Show

"Some crazy stop. Come into the radio station or you know people getting upset about wild things in our they hear something that something and then you know whatever by Is seventy six year old guy in ireland. He was arrested and he just got two years in prison for something that he sent to a radio. Dj he sent this This radio chick. Eleven letters stained in his own stuff semen or she called the cops. The cops arrested the guy. They had his info from the mail. The creep was given two weeks to get his an fares in order before he had himself over and he told the news. It was never as intention of set the dj but apparently he was upset because she wouldn't play a song. Oh yeah his age is able to produce eleven time. That's true point wasn't like eleven times in one day sea bass could hydration at that was the case that the female. Dj's would always get some packages from some weirdo who had record. Dragnet the old tv show an audio forearm. That yeah like they would record audio recordings of it and then send boxes of it over talking about how much they loved them so year. I mean we do mail call every once in a while you get something pretty weird in the mail stuff yeah Do you guys remember this song. No more so the lead singer of the band guy. Mike hatton who just the guy likes ready to like mike patton on from filter. Richard patrick richard cordray. Don't have anything against never crushed up. I get a rabies. Crushes all mixed anyway. The lead singer for this band is mike. Patton and he peed on axl rose's teleprompter when they opened for guns and roses. And metallica back in ninety two. Which i went to that concert. That was the metal rose tour. Okay that was super cool. I went to the show a giant stadium. I told my parents. I was going to sleepover over that night. Yeah awesome and what was the yeah. That was like the first concert that the real first real concert ever went to okay and we went there with my My buddy sister. She did the driving and her. Like hippy boyfriend and we we went up there. I'm like oh my god in so much trouble. Forget busted cool torsten anyway. Mike said quote. It was such a drag touring with guns and roses. I hate to say it. They treated us like crap. Mike said he is bandmates. They were looking for something messed up to do every day so once he took a chocolate cake from the backstage catering table and he put his own poop inside of it. Mike said quote and then we watched because we were hoping maybe axle eat. It could be some random he could just over. And unfortunately a crew member picked it so mike had to step in before he could eat it looking back he blames youthful stupidity for all things like they hate it axel and guns and roses so much. It's really been you heard those stories. Yeah totaled they've got figure like okay so you're on this tour. 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Because based like think we share this story on there before but remember when i palmed it out of the toilet Took it to a boss's office. This joel look what i have a guy who used to be how you paid dues. Now fired the raising. Tmz really otj palms poop tomorrow. What he showed next the latest in entertainment and sports as far as rabies concern. What's happening well remember. We talked about that. Snafu with john cena the taiwan nine reason toronto to apologize to to china will now people don't believe that this is the only reason but f nine was down eighty five percent in china after that stellar opening weekend. And so yes. They believe john. Cena thing did play a role but unlike american audiences chinese audiences are more likely to skip a movie if the reviews aren't very good and the reviews are tepid at best for f nine and the word of mouth hasn't been very great and so that would never sink a movie like f nine over here. The critic will watch regardless of exactly. 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"falco" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"falco" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"1000 Chicago Her too concerned Carmen to Falco. Carmen was it was moral hoody to me where Hood. He didn't understand where I was coming from yesterday. I told Chuck are fine, who went on Cap and Jay Hood on Monday. Saying that he has zero confidence that the Sox are gonna have success against the twins. Okay? That's That's what the guy said. Who is the Sox host who watched this team get built, who sat through the rebuild, who watched them arrive early, who watched them steamroll in Kansas, See who's watched them take over first place despite having a couple of injuries watched him create the best pitching staff currently in baseball. At least the way it's going right now. Most road Don has the lowest tiara in the game doesn't and and Gar find said he actually said. That he is zero confidence that the White Sox conduce anything against the 12 and 20 twins and serious baseball scarring there and Then. So they brought that up during cross talk today and hood, he said that it's easy for Sylvie to say like just because I'm a Cubs fan. I can't weigh in on socks business. And the point I made yesterday wise. I used a July day. I believe it was a July junior July day You were out that day Finn for was in and the Cubs had just lost. Ah, heartbreaking game to the Cardinals at Wrigley Field in the middle of 2015. They were still maybe a couple games above. 500 still hadn't had established themselves in this great team, but I knew it was coming. Your ass was little red at the moment, and I was red asked, and I was getting tweets from obnoxious Cardinals fans say Sylvie has your Theo Epstein. Now just face it, Sylvie. It's always going to be the same. You're never gonna win a world Syria's You're the little brother Where the big brother we're going to continue to beat you up the Cubs little late lead. It was run down on the mound back when he was there close to remember that in 2015, and then their shortstop, hit a home run that just made it to the outfield. And do you have that rant Right now? I mean, I like this ran, too. So it's just another excuse to play it, But But I want to play you this because yes, it is easy for me to say, because I said it about my own team. And let me tell you this Sox fans all right, and hoody and everyone listen up here. The twins. Ain't no cardinals. Twins, or 12 and 20 this year stink this year. Do you know that the twins have lost 18 straight playoff games? Yeah. Do you know that they have lost 18 straight playoff games? I don't believe the Minnesota Twins have won a single playoff game since 2004. This is no cardinals, who next to the Yankees have won all these world champions The Twins one in 87 91. They haven't won a world Syriza and 30 years. They haven't won a playoff game in nearly two decades. They are eight games below 500. You guys have zero confidence that the Sox couldn't do anything against this team. Going to get some more of those knots over here already? Yeah, I like the nuts. It's going to come back later, isn't it? But do you understand why you would say the same thing to me? I'm surprised you're just sitting there. And you? You don't have much on this topic. No, I think you're absolutely right. I wouldn't fear them. Well, but Silvio we talking to respect it's not a you shouldn't fear enough. But 12 in 20. It's not about being afraid. We talked about this in the item up here, not down. This is what it was. Yes, it is. It is about being afraid because Chuck are fine said and Hoody confirmed it today that he still scared of the twins. At 12 and 20. You're not looking at it. Realistically. Right now you're running from ghosts from prior years when your team sucked. I think you should hold these guys to speak for them, then it's not. I don't think it's scared. I think it's Teams and certain things about your team give you the willies. I'll call their scarred. Yeah, it's card. It's the Bulls Circus trip. It's the White Sox going out West for a week to play the A's like it's all those. Those things that have happened on a regular basis is a new day, brother. Okay, I understand that, but it's not a new day until it's too new to know that's not true. And I'll play you this. Again. This was after a heartbreaking cubs loss in 2015. They hadn't won diddley. Yet. Nothing and Cardinal fans were coming out after me. And this is the Cardinals are way better than the twins. Stick that stuff about the twins. How successful they are. They haven't won a playoff game in nearly two decades. But the Cardinals had won a world Syriza's is recent is 2011. And this was just four years removed and they were still the class of the division. And they just beat my team at Wrigley Field. And I told everyone this is that news for all you okay? Nice Cardinal fans and the mean Cardinal fans alike. We're coming for you and we will get you The.

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"falco" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"falco" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"On. That's the unmistakable sound of ice in a roadie cup. Could you imagine inventing the roadie cup? Oh, Jesus Christ. When you watch it, try not to look at tucci's tight pants, what you're obviously hiding a hammer behind the zipper. I'm not kidding. This guy wants everyone to know he's hung, okay? And I know he's home because I saw his cock and I'll tell you how. Well, I'll tell you who else knows. 80 falcon knows, okay? Carmela soprano, as well as, you know, well, she's also a nurse Jackie. So I should just call it. But she's really carmella. Either way, she and Stanley Tucci start in a Broadway play called Frankie and Johnny of the Clair de lune. In 2002, at the time, tucci's married had two kids, but every night he and Edie Falco were performed this play nude fully nude. No nylon stockings, no cock socks. No merchants nude. So it was the hottest ticket in town because you just knew these two are fucking come on. Family are not. Married or not, this is too hot. When I saw it, I couldn't believe it. I happened to also know that falco had a crush on Stanley Tucci going back to college. The year she began to go to Sunni purchase, which is an upstate college upstate New York college. That's the two she'd already graduated. So he was like four years ahead of her. Or maybe two, but he was advanced in his schooling. What have you? And once he left college, he was getting steady work on stage in New York. So there were posters of Stanley Tucci all over SUNY purchase as if the show looked. This local kid made good. And for actresses and training, like 80 falconer girlfriends, they all looked up to his picturesque, we can make it too. And they all had a crush on. Fast forward to 2002, she's in bed with him on stage, fully nude, and they got it on. And she liked to say, you know, oh, I trust Stanley implicitly. He's in love with his wife. He's got a family, so it's not as weird as you might think it is, except it was. And at some point, things shifted. Things popped up. Falcon two, she began attending some events together and it seemed obvious that tucci had left his wife of 7 years whose name was Kate. And these two two G and falco had a torrid affair for two years. He left his wife, then they ended it and he went back to his wife and she took him back in. And that his wife died a few years later. The same year he was nominated for an Oscar. And I always wonder, they say that that kind of stress, you know, down the line can lead to cancer..

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"falco" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

Cueca Apertada

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"falco" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

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"falco" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

Cueca Apertada

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"falco" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

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Web Hosts, Services Connecting Websites To The Internet, Gain More Power

Morning Edition

03:37 min | 2 years ago

Web Hosts, Services Connecting Websites To The Internet, Gain More Power

"We talk a lot about the choices that social media platforms make what kinds of speech do Facebook or Twitter block. But a less visible part of the Web may be more powerful. It decides whether an online platforms survives or goes dark. NPR's Bobby Allen reports on one front in the fight over online speech. If you want to run a site on the Internet, you need a Web host the service that actually connects a website to the Internet. There's guts of the Web that no one ever wants to see or deal with, or think about. Well. Greg Falco, a Stanford security researcher. Says it might be time to start thinking about it. Web hosting companies have the levers to vast online infrastructure and complete discretion to pull those levers as they see fit. That means they can decide which websites live or die. The question becomes tricky, like when you actually take someone down. It's a really great territory. The reality is comes down to understanding when it reaches from public attention when there's actually physical implications, for instance, a group of people who go to a website to plan to overthrow government and then use the site to document the attempt by posting photos and videos of the violence. That's the scenario that faced Amazon Web services, one of the biggest players in the Web hosting world. One of its clients was the social media site parlor, which was filled with post by pro Trump extremists before and during the storming of the U. S. Capitol. Amazon stopped hosting parlor and the site went dark. Too many. This revealed the power of Web hosting, says former Netflix executive Dave Temkin. He's an expert in the infrastructure of the Internet. It's absolutely invisible. It just kind of works, and no one knows what it is until it breaks in justifying cutting parlor off, Amazon said it had warned parlor of 98 examples of posts that quote Clearly encouraged and incite violence that went against Amazons. Terms of service. If parlor didn't clean up its act, Amazon would hit the kill switch. And that's what happened to Harvard's Evelyn duet who studies online speech. It was a big moment, It raised questions about the power of Web hosts. Is that the right place for content moderation to be occurring because it's harder to bring accountability to those choices when we don't even know who's making them or how they're being made. In other words, when a Web host Has a problem with content. Usually, these discussions are hashed out between two companies out of the public light and Web hosts. Unlike Social media platforms aren't used to having to explain these decisions. Another issue to excess is who polices the Web host. She pointed to the 98 pieces of objectionable content. Amazon sighted about parlor that it sort of made me love a little bit because, like has Amazon, read the rest of the Internet like 98 pieces of content or whatever it was, is not that many I mean, has Amazon red and It's on the old idea of the Internet as a marketplace of ideas where the best will rise to the top no longer applies. That's being fiercely reconsidered by both Social media and the companies that do Web hosting. Temkin, the former Netflix executive agrees. But he also noted that Web hosts even those as big as Amazon can be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of sites they serve. You know, if your AWS and got hundreds of thousands of customers, you can't actively police what each of those customers were doing with your service, But if you're the one band from Amazon, why not just find another Web host? Well, parlor has tried and it's not that easy. Last six Web host parlor has approached have all said No thanks. Parlor. Now on, Lee has a shell of a site where no one can post Bobby Allen. NPR NEWS, San Francisco

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Web Hosts, Services Connecting Websites To The Internet, Gain More Power

Morning Edition

03:34 min | 2 years ago

Web Hosts, Services Connecting Websites To The Internet, Gain More Power

"About the choices that social media platforms make what kinds of speech do Facebook or Twitter block. But a less visible part of the Web may be more powerful. It decides whether an online platforms survives or goes dark. NPR's Bobby Allen reports on one front in the fight over online speech. If you want to run a site on the Internet, you need a Web host the service that actually connects a website to the Internet. There's guts of the Web that no one ever wants to see or deal with or think about. Well. Greg Falco, a Stanford security researcher, says it might be time to start thinking about it. Web hosting companies have the levers to vast online infrastructure. And complete discretion to pull those levers as they see fit. That means they can decide which websites live or die. The question becomes tricky of like when you actually take someone down. It's a really great territory. The reality is comes down to understanding when it reaches from public attention when there's actually physical implications, for instance, a group of people who go to a website to plan to overthrow government and then use the site to document the attempt by posting photos and videos of the violence. That's the scenario that faced Amazon Web services, one of the biggest players in the Web hosting world. One of its clients was the social media site parlor, which was filled with post by pro Trump extremists before and during the storming of the U. S. Capitol. Amazon stopped hosting parlor and the site went dark. Too many. This revealed the power of Web hosting, says former Netflix executive Dave Temkin. He's an expert in the infrastructure of the Internet. It's absolutely invisible. It just kind of works, and no one knows what it is until it breaks in justifying cutting parlor off, Amazon said it had warned parlor of 98 examples of posts that quote Clearly encouraged and incite violence that went against Amazons. Terms of service. If parlor didn't clean up its act, Amazon would hit the kill switch. And that's what happened to Harvard's Evelyn duet who studies online speech. It was a big moment, It raised questions about the power of Web hosts. Is that the right place for content moderation to be occurring because it's harder to bring accountability to those choices when we don't even know who's making them or how they're being made. In other words, when a Web host Has a problem with content. Usually, these discussions are hashed out between two companies out of the public light and Web hosts. Unlike Social media platforms aren't used to having to explain these decisions. Another issue. Do X says is who polices the Web host. She pointed to the 98 pieces of objectionable content. Amazon sighted about parlor that it sort of made me love a little bit because, like has Amazon, read the rest of the Internet like 98 pieces of content or whatever it was, is not that many, I mean, has Amazon Red Amazon, the old idea of the Internet as a marketplace of ideas where the best will rise to the top no longer applies. That's being fiercely reconsidered by both Social media and the companies that do Web hosting Temkin, the former Netflix executive agrees. But he also noted that Web hosts even those as big as Amazon can be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of sites they serve. You know, if your AWS and got hundreds of thousands of customers, you can't actively police what each of those customers are doing with your service, But if you're the one band from Amazon, why not just find another Web host? Well, parlor has tried and it's not that easy. See, the last six Web host parlor has approached have all said no thanks. Parlor. Now on, Lee has a shell of a site where no one can post

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"falco" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"falco" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In the week. Sometimes forces throw the ball to your best players I retail is one of the five best wide receivers in the NFL and 45 might be too much on the lower He's probably top three in the NFL. Drop a play that you think Get them open and your quarterback there. Fitzpatrick the home. I don't care. If it's Shane Falco. He should be able to get them to put that she taco was a bad man in the second half right game hails from the line. Let's be honest. The same Falco reference, making this show Curtis your character in Harrison doing his thing. And he doesn't think on Twitter as well. See that house and cash in his radio show. 16 sports in cancer I want the ball is well, I'm not gonna get back in the ball. He had no doubt about that, Garrett. Thank you for the great work, man. Enjoy champions and Sunday. Thanks a lot, Brother. I didn't want to tell you guys one thing this week. Jay Glazer retweeted me, but the coolest thing was I got asked to come on Freddie Coleman show their few people that I would say that I think are really good at this and guys that I would say that I look up to admire Freddie Coleman's one of those people, So I'm really honored to come on the show. Think about like you guys know this is being in this profession. There are many, like there are many teams. I would say I'm a fan of my team in you. The Tigers are playing right now. I got off the television watching it. Come on, you guys radio show that's love right there. By the way being a white guy don't take that is racist at all. Oh, great. So let me Later. Character was appreciate you. You got Thank you. He is a terrific following Twitter si dot house and character. Harrison was 16 Sports and Kansas City, joining us in Freddie Fitzsimmons. He's in Fitzsimmons time. Freddie Coleman. We're going to get to and we're going to try to get to the bottom of Tennessee situation when it comes to football. This is ESPN radio Kyle Track star.

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"falco" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"falco" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The old legend Mike North and midday host Carmen DeFalco on ESPN 1000. Welcome into your weekend, everybody and what a glorious weekend It's going to be not four playoff games in wild card weekend. How about 63 on Saturday three more on Sunday, including bears in Staines, and we're gonna talk about all of it. We're glad you're joining us for the ride alongside Mike North apartment. Falco and we are the odds Couple presented. My prop swap. Can you believe it? Like the NFL made it through the season without having to cancel a game? They didn't have to have a makeup week. 18. The playoffs have arrived. Yeah, pretty soon. I mean, we won't have football and will be that will probably be given out. Go off and cornhole that's again like quick kid. Lay a smart but I Gotta be honest, which great to have you back time? Good to be back really did a great job. But you know what? It's all about the players and by the way, Randy, you know, pulled up the hearse. I had a bad week last week, and Randy said, you know what? I can help out here and we've been Randy did a great job, old Michelle. He produced the show. But we really quite frankly didn't get it. Done. Toby out of it with you when you were bound for Ah, little bit of regression here, my man you had, like, 78. Unbelievable. Absolutely. And I didn't mind putting accountability Monday. Okay, I would go in three. It happened, but I'm looking for Randy. How it Randy. I'm looking for Randy from out here. You know, he's got a fire site champ with glue holds one time. One time he met Ted Cruz. Uschi downtown. I don't know. He came in on Monday. He did tell now. Maybe he should have put it out on you. I mean, I've told me he told me he goes boy. He shook his head because I wasn't good. I was a guy said he was good. It just didn't work out for work out is more like it happens. You know, I wish people watch their bank accounts. In the stock market. What? Some call penniless because they don't pay attention. Like they watch the odd couple bets. Hey, how you doing? Why? It says here that you're down 500 grand here. There's some missing money. And you're worried about 50 bucks that you lost the football on the bills. Right? Mark? Do you have anything to say for yourself? I had a bad week. I'm gonna e. I think I lost my last nine volumes. I wish I was one of the doors trying to explain what Jim Morrison once that's great. I love it all. He said, that you fish puke in in a bathtub. I don't know where he said. He's not here. That's Randy. It's so great. It was great. It was when we had fun, and we missed you. But we're ready to go and by the way ready to go absolutely playoffs. We're clean The slate I a hot regular season. Oh, my God, and I want to congratulate. I looked up camp. He had a winning season. Yes, he did under sometimes, you know, I've done that. It's not easy when you pick all the games. I know that Sylvie had a good year. All the guys to pick on the Sun times. They all had good years, so give them all the credit in the world. But now it's a clean slate cards, right? Totally clean Slate. We got six playoff games already right out of the gate this weekend. It's gonna be great. We've got bears in saints. That's the penultimate game of the weekend that it's Sunday at 3 40 our time. It's not what that would be the end of the second to last. Okay. All right. And the Bears air. Look there. A 10 point. God, they're a 10 point dog. By now. Anything can happen in a playoff game. We know it. And are the Saints the better team? There's no question. Don't you know I've been down on the bears a lot this year. It's been the weirdest thing I can imagine, you know, but somehow they made it in and if if they can put one of their best games together. And they keep this thing close on. So I'll tell you what. I've never seen a situation where You know, were clamoring for quarterback gets and not in the playoffs, and everybody else is going to go shopping for for Watts, and we have a quarterback in the playoff that words in that draft. He's not going to be what Watson is. But you know what if you have a team around to even Rex Grossman made it to the Super Bowl. So I think Mr Biscuit is like, three times better than Grossman was. Believe me and we and so I think some day We're under come. I don't know if we're gonna win this game. It doesn't look like it to me come out and the receiver Thomas. They post their coming off guys like because they've been sitting out and you also got Ayten Sean Payton, whose weather tested it's hard for me to believe. I mean, I'm I don't know what the money line is. Maybe Randy could look it up for somebody. I didn't look at it, but it just came to my head. I'm almost it's gotta be. I'm almost tempted, tempted to take New Orleans because the defense is a disappointment. The defense has given up a lot of yards. We don't have real consummate and I let me just say this. Well, can I know I'm old school, but I remember when football players had played your two year. Here's what I'm gonna say. I don't know what elbow you're hurting, but I saw Dick Butkus play with no needs. With bone on bone. Okay, I seem Otis Wilson play hurt. I've seen a lot of people player and I'm sure his injuries very, very bad. And we've gotta protect them for next year. But, man, I wish you could get on the field because I know, but it's only had one arm but he had two great legs. He'd be playing. Yeah. Roco. Roco has been, you know, arguably their most consistent. Gotta guess what's wrong with them? Yeah, well, that's the way we have to do that. No, that's partially the NFL too, though the teams that just sad thing because it makes the guy look bad. Sometimes the saints by the way, or minus 5 25 on the money by the Bears were, plus 4 10 attempted to take the 5 25 to 100. I'm not kidding, because it's not because of Mitch. It's not because of the it's because the team in general, I don't have enough faith. That New Orleans Will be stopped by the bear deep. I think you're right. I think we could score on New Orleans. I think we scored 17 to 24, but I think they could roll.

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Edie Falco, 'Tommy'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

12:44 min | 3 years ago

Edie Falco, 'Tommy'

"Are watching. Tommy on CBS. Because it starts my guest today eighty. Falco a welcome. Thank you see. I didn't want to introduce you with that long list of your credit. So Gosh that would just take almost any Golden Globes things you know you should have a whole necklace or embracing the bat but here you aren't Tommy Palang. The chief of police. Somebody had to do it. You put a cop before we probably in is where the war right The chief I know right now crazy. They apparently thought I could do it. Here am why. Do People think you could be charged? Apparently that is a common misconception about my kids there is nobody less worthy of that That there's nobody no my kids anybody's kids are never going to think of you as anything to really you know on the earth or you're in charge more you're going to do that but explain to the world out there. That hasn't watched it yet. Who Tommy is. She is the chief of police in Los Angeles herself as a New Yorker next Nypd COP and She finds herself sort of on the other side of the country and leading a group of people. She doesn't really know in the city. Sch Isn't completely familiar with and that's how we start. You might as well be in your top two because that's where you live. Yeah it's where I live. So they said what? Well they I you know I I get stuff sent to me and I read it to see if I'm interested. I don't I'm not interested much these days. Which worries me? I don't know what has changed but I read the vendors movie. Yeah we're working on please. I know you do have a fifteen year old son so it would be. It would give me an in with him that I don't presently hat but I read the script for Tommy and I thought it was very good but it takes place in La. And so. I put it aside sadly and then My manager came back to me and said well what if they were shoot in New York and I thought he was. Just you know it was a pipe dream and then turns out they ward and they did and we did you go. Well decide to remake the thief of Bagdad. It'll be shot west West village which is can get it done. So what's this I hear about that? You travel with a van filled with pomp. The Art Department is the scenic. People are really they get their long before we do show up there and their palm trees in front of the House and all of this very colorful foliage. When we're all in Parkas you know I don't know but I buy it and I know we're not in La. But I I walk up to the Seine. I'm like wow very impressive to strike. I still do but they were able to pull it off and we do a lot of interiors so that could be anywhere but you bring Your Own New York Ness to this party. I that's great. It fits in the character. Does everything people look at you like they look at me or anybody else's in New Yorker when we go to La. What's the matter with you? Why are you wearing black and white? I don't understand stuff. They hired me so you didn't even go there for like one. We had one day. I shot one in L. A. And we got a lot out of it because I was up on in Griffith Park or something where I was someplace to. They got lots of long view pictures of us in La just to Kinda Cement. The location think it's only fair. I see enough movies that are supposed to be in New York. That are shot in Vancouver and I go way it. That's up late clean on we. Just don't do at all. That's right time. Tommy herself as a character is is to me wonderfully complicated. Oh good all really messed up. And I'd love to see this woman who's in charge be like all of us when somebody says you have authority over this like we all delude ourselves. Who are parents that we have with authority for their right but she she had a messed up marriage her daughter and she don't have the best relation right? Her husband's an actor right. Oh my God. Can I mistaken you? Imagine and she's a lesbian looking for love in Los Angeles while being the chief of police data enough for you to have roll camera to that one but yeah she's got up and who doesn't mean. We all have all thinkers. I think people are ready to see that you know complicated people with complicated lives. And how we're GONNA handle it and so what? I think I like most is that she does see as her priority to kind of get this police department in shape even knowing that there's going to be pushed back the men that she's a female she doesn't know anybody she hasn't necessarily earned her place in that precinct. She knows they're going to be people who are not happy about that nonetheless. You show up ready job and makes that the priority and how these other things fall into place kind of what we hope people will come back to see. But whenever I've talked to you about your life here in New York you've always said to me. You know what I love to do on terrified. Stay to I'm John Cancer. You know my my sign and homebody. Just don't WANNA go anywhere. I win every place and I did so during your whole doubles years. That's right apparently out in the world but yeah I love being home. I have a home. That's comfortable and I love my kids and my dog's my friends come over. I don't know yes. I go out occasionally but I love being home and I love especially working these very long days and coming home to my house in my bed and my loved ones. You know what's important everybody's there everybody's there and even if they're not always happy to see the look of disgust on their faces when I when I recognize. I'm it's do. They comment on your performances. No I I. I'm not entirely sure. They know what I do and I'm completely on. They must've at least watch. I know my daughter said so. The shows on Thursday nights. I said Yeah. She goes We don't have to watch it. Do we know Mace. I won't make you watch kind of worked on it. Because she was onset so much. My daughter almost twelve worked on it. Yes many way would make me laugh. They are endlessly. Funny my kids. Yeah and that's what keeps us all going. Oh for sure. You may not look like you at a spa but that's You know I can't remember totally my life before them. I can't even doing with my time was was it the children when you adopted was the son. The first one was that. What changed everything for you. You know there were a lot of little things along the way. The decision to adopt him was was huge. And then I was talking to somebody recently about the moment they hand you your child who is over or is it like the get to see the baby. I it's every say that one no of course you have no idea. It was connected to this birth mother. Well in advance of her giving birth so They actually handed me my trial. And I'm looking at this little thing. Yeah it's huge and your life changes. It just changed national. Who I thought was like. You're leaving like you guys were the book. He was very nerve wracking. The whole ride home. My friends were in the back looking at him in his seat. Like all right. Yeah No. He's still he's still good. It's really really nerve wracking. But I think every parent goes so. I don't WanNA kill this baby. Try because you can't. This can't be happening to be out to do it. I changed my mind. None of that's allow no. That's the thing is the relentlessness of the whole the whole procedure. I think it's good for us. Well I think it's good for everybody because it's going to happen. It's going to totally if you are huge and wealthy and can hire a nanny for every half day. It's still your cake and the ad may know you're the one you're the one and you're responsible and you did everything wrong and you know that right. Once they're able to talk it's on you. It's so different for Tommy. Because she comes in. She didn't have this relationship with her daughter. Stayed back in with her dad and it was and you're doing this and and trying to find so here it is all these years later. My daughter has a daughter on on the show. And so we're what? Where can we start from you know? Do we try to go backwards and repair? Can we start from where we are? I mean it's all the questions that I guess one would have in a in a situation like that or do I just walk away you know. Is this something that can't be fixed. You know again complicated. Yeah who wants to well? Maybe people do especially in this. You're dealing. This show is dealing with things that were living with every day and immigration. The first episode is there Sexual misconduct right is right. There in fact it was. Tommy that had problem right war and then in the last episode that I'd seen it was about a Hollywood producer. Rice was happening. So do you have input into this. What's going into these scripts? You know what I could I it's been made very clear to me that I have as much input as I want. But I'm so busy doing the stuff that I do. That and we have a stable full of writers that are so creative and interesting and interested and talented suddenly. We're all sitting. I just referred to them as livestock. I'm not sure I didn't mean it like you. The whole group lovely normally humans sitting in a room didn't the story and you look at it and do you go into the stable and say the hell is death if they took this. I look at it if I look at with. Yeah you'd never do that either so you can do it. We have to give me that. I haven't done someplace somewhere you know is is the prison warden. Carmelo is like basically running that house too bad for Tony that any of that happening. I let him maybe total mass but what she's in the hospital we don't think of her diction we think she knows what she's doing as messed up she is. What is it about you that everybody thinks he is take charge? She knows what you do it. Every minute of the hold the will of all the is so what not. You're not how do you deal with all the characters that you've played before when the public when they see you is going to remember one or the other of them vividly? The amazing thing I've discovered at this point in my life is I can't control anything that happens with anyone else so if they are coming at me with a memory of some other character I played. I hope they will let go quickly or they won't be able to Follow the new story that we're all telling you know It is a huge honor to think people look at me and think. Oh I watched that show that you were on whatever but being an actor you change all the time who you're playing in what part of the story you are participating in and You know so I hope people are able to let it go and and look at look at the new stuff. Where do they go in your head? Do they live with you? I'm sure they do you wake up some days and there's a lot of now that they're long gone so you don't need any therapy then it's okay that's a whole other. How much time we got about the role. No no no. No no no. That's also twenty years ago. We started it twenty years ago. Sopranos And then Jackie was whatever I don't however many years ago that was time passes in wants to Kinda I take off the nails and the jewelry and all that stuff she goes away. You didn't save inning of her. Wardrobe tying the wardrobe. No I was. I was happy to move past that. I kept a couple of things from the house and I didn't keep her fingernails wardrobe. Something you'd be in the mood for US.

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Iran Conflict Could Shift To Cyberspace, Experts Warn

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:26 min | 3 years ago

Iran Conflict Could Shift To Cyberspace, Experts Warn

"After the US killed Iran's top general in a drone strike government officials and Security Act for experts have been warning that Iran could retaliate with cyber attacks. Iran is already suspected in some previous hacks. A Las Vegas Casino some big banks and even some US cities NPR's technology correspondent Shannon. Bond looks exit. What could come next? Top American banks knocked off line. ransomware crippling the city of Atlanta and bombarding servers for financial institutions sounds like Bank of America. PNC and capital. One police officers are writing their reports up by hand. City workers are punching in and out with time clocks Iranian Romanian. Hackers were blamed in both of those attacks in one of the most high profile cases. Hackers destroyed data on computers at the Sands Casino after its billionaire owner Sheldon Adelson Adelson called for a nuclear strike on Iran. Iran's investment in its cyber army dates back to two thousand ten the year the US and Israel are suspected of infecting Iranian Romanian nuclear facility with a powerful computer worm called stuxnet that destroyed critical equipment and set back around nuclear ambitions as a result of the impact impact. That stuxnet had and there renew Richmond program they formed funded trained And an attached to their work and keep it believes very strong cyber capability ability Jordan. More yellow is vice president at cybersecurity firm critical start Iran has created teams of Cyber Warriors inside the Revolutionary Guard Corps. It's elite military right wing. It also relies on proxy groups and hackers aligned with its goals in the weeks since a US. Air Strike Killed The Iranian general. Qassams lemani nationalist nationalist activists are suspected of facing a US government website with pro Iran messages. Kara Frederick Fellow at the Center for a new American security says Cyber Br tools enable a symmetric attacks against American military might by inflicting economic or reputational damage cyber allows them to compete at a level level of parody that they don't have in the physical world. Iran is also used these tactics against other those. US officials blamed Iran for wiping out the data on three quarters of Computers at Aramco Saudi Arabia's giant Whale Company in twenty twelve the threat of military escalation between the US and Iran appears to have eased recently still government officials and security researchers warn that hackers linked to Iran are probing. US companies for vulnerabilities Jordan. More yellow of critical start right now. What what? We're seeing a huge increase in reconnaissance activity so specifically looking for potentially vulnerable servers data-gathering. They're kind the preparing to Battle Plan in cyberspace. Iran's activities have shown its ability to caused financial harm and embarrassment experts. I spoke with say a more serious. Cyber Intrusion Inter critical US infrastructure like electrical. Grids would take more time and effort Orrin Falco. It's a former national security agency analyst and CEO of area one security says he doubts on could carry out a major attack immediately. You know cyber is not a magic meaning that it takes many months of planning planning to achieve specific outcomes. Iran is not alone amping up its cyber capabilities. Researchers say Russia and China present the biggest threats to the American targets. And of course the U._S.. Has Its own digital weapons to use against

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Here’s what’s next now that the FDA has approved a cannabis drug for seizures

Masters in Business

03:40 min | 4 years ago

Here’s what’s next now that the FDA has approved a cannabis drug for seizures

"To masters in business on bloomberg radio my special guest today is thought harrison he is the founding partner and chief investment officer in cb one capital a hedge fund that invests in healthcare wellness and so let's talk a little bit about cbd can we call that that instead of my mangled the word what is cbd and what's it good for well cbd in and of itself as an antipsychotic right so it's a calming influence and taking a step back canal in talking a little bit about the science because this is really the thrust of what's the most important conversation about cannabis right now and what most people are missing is the wellness side so everything that's alive whether it's a dog a cat a plant fish a human being has what's called an endo cannabinoid system right and this was first discovered in the late eighties and early nineties it's the most ubiquitous network of receptors in the human body okay and what they found is is the founding cannabis are identical in action to the endo can avenue is that your body produces now in other words these are things that are getting you high this has an impact on the biochemistry of the body well about ten percent of kinabalu aids will produce that euphoric effect ninety percent or non all of them are anti inflammatories all of them are therapeutic right so what they're finding out now is that by looking at the end of avenue it system you can now target receptors in your body with certain canal across a wealth of indications for wellness right now we might partner warranted falco night and i'll tell you his story but we spent a lot of time talking to scientists and genealogists and the mosaic that was painted for us effectively was over the last hundred years we've gone from hunters and gatherers to desk jobs sure and we've gone from organic foods to processed foods trans fats and chemicals and certainly heredity plays a part but as you get older your body stops producing these under kavanagh's case in point the runner's high everybody always thought the runner's high was endorphins false the runner's high is eight yay which is an endo cannabinoid it's identical when action to thc this is all frontier science remember still a legal to test cannabis in the united states so all of this is happening is elsewhere israel in italy germany overseas right but what they're finding now and you might you sure you saw the gw pharmaceuticals epa dialects drug we have a position in gw but their rapid dialects drugs reducing seizures in children by fifty percent cutting them in half so they had their fda expert panel a few weeks back and they got a standing ovation on top of a thirteen to nothing unanimous decision so this is going to move forward which is significant demonstrates medical efficacy the da is going to have to reschedule and that's going to open up the pipe in our show let's talk about asthma alzheimer's cancer epilepsy parkinson's what else is on the list for things that cbd can actually make a difference either in the quality of life out or and potentially finding a cure for these diseases the answer is that his frontier science so we don't yet know the scope of the wellness early but it's not just what i'm saying cbd and thc or or sort of the main players what everybody associated with cav is lots of other chemicals a ton of minor can noise you think that people reminding for bitcoins and that became crazy wait till people understand how valuable these minor can have hr cbn as sleep eight t h as an appetite suppressant this is all all coming through the pipe right now is.

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