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"farrah" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

03:30 min | 11 months ago

"farrah" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Down but i was like. I'm trying. I'm trying crystal fox played. Your mom. is that right. yeah i love to. Yeah yeah it was done. She was dynamite. I mean i you could see that there was a bond between you and totally came across. Yeah what was it like to work with her. She's obviously been in the business awhile to. Oh i loved her. I really did he. He was really fun. She's really funny. We we actually you know Became like quite good friends behind scenes and off the set and it was really really fun to get to know her. I really love working with her. She said she's an amazing actress. And i would definitely do it again. She's a so. Is there any word on season. Two right now this cross really. Just lastly as far as like shooting a show for streaming Do you i know there. They were rules governing. How much time you could work. But do they shoot more than one episode at the same time you know at consecutively or is there a break. Or how does that work when shooting. We did an episode at a time so it would usually take about a week usually take about a week. Maybe more to sound an episode. And then you know just go right into the next one and i wasn't in the first episode and the second one so i didn't have to be there for that you know that I up weeks once i did. I got you know. I caught onto the schedule. I it was. It's so fun to work on. It was really fun. Is there anything else that you have coming up. I guess everything's on home but is there any. I guess you can do auditions the zoom in that kind of thing but is there anything that you might start like maybe early next year and additions hoping to get back into the swing of things and start you know getting back onto into the business and getting back in to work and starting again. 'cause i'm really looking forward to that so auditions as of right now. Oh good good well. Good luck good luck with those thank you. Thank you great to talk to your fair. I mean you're obviously a talent and as they say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree you're carrying on the family business and you're a natural. I mean it was. I've seen so many young actors that couldn't put pull off the scenes that you had to pull off. It's a credit to you and i. I think we're going to be hearing a lot of value as as you mature and you take on more challenging roles although this one was pretty challenging to for sure thanks again fair and best of luck to you and happy holidays to you and enjoy your thanksgiving as well care. Thank you so much. You're welcome and thank you all for listening to sifi talk. Take care until next time the show is called utopia of course and it is on amazon. Prime check it out. Hi this is john delancey and you're very lucky to be listening to sifi talk..

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"farrah" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:18 min | 11 months ago

"farrah" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"I believe and the artwork was just fascinating definitely during those scenes. It wasn't just acting. I was i was a sounded i was i as a person loved to look at it and love to examine. It really really really unbelievable. There's more sifi talk so stick with it. Here's more sci fi. Talk with tony talada. Which is interesting that. I really like about two series is that comics are clues to something that could end up happening and i liked that part of it. And there's like little clues and all the different drawings at as you watch the series you. It could be anywhere in the drawing. And i liked that part of it. We were able to to see some of those clues when you looked at it and And maybe watch some of the episodes. Yeah i episodes. Went on. And as i was watching them. I remember in some of the stuff that i saw unlike me. That was a clue that but it was really really fun to watch the series. And if you look more into the comic book and notice more and more of those clues that i hadn't noticed before Yeah it really is an amazing series. I'll admit it took me a while to get into it. But once i did it was like oh okay all right i get it i get it and a wonderful cast all the way around from john cusack all the way down some really good actors in this and the writing i mean. It's the writing from the writer from gone girl. And you know you can't get any better than that so exit pretty good. It's a pretty good territory. Was this a regular cashing opportunity for you. Well how how could such renowned artists such as john cusak arraign wilson The besides no. Actually i worked with channing tatum and katie holmes and that's her hadn't driver and those. Yeah i would say those people were amazing but working with i before this i had been a big fan of the office and just working with rain wilson. You're not to keep my cool. It was really fun to work with him because even behind the scenes of the office. He's really fun and funny and entertaining. Really awesome Well you know you literally have grown up in the business. What's it been like for you really very little. I love love to these shows and performances and just record my stuff. Doing little really not really you know well thought out shows i just did i just record myself to performing and coming up little storylines and my parents were both actors my dad and my grandparents actually that on broadway and yeah. My grandma was a broadly dancer. So basically i grew up in the business. My whole is in the business. My parents to stop you know. She has in her blood. Why not but earned under industry like so. That's how that began. And i've just i've loved it. I loved it the whole time. I've loved just portraying new characters and growing up and looking back at the ones that i've done before and seeing how much have grown then and cringing. The ones that i've done when i was little. That's you know that's understandable. But you know you've you've come a long way you've definitely have come along with the thing about the series two is there's a virus and obviously that that part of it made it very eerie for me to watch it but we're going through a real one are real pandemic and obviously this was written and done way before any of this came out. So what's it been like for you during kobe now. Obviously there isn't a lot of work being done now. so you know. Are you in school. Or how do you occupying your time. School at city mooring. And and it's you know. But i kind i just got to do it and push through it Luckily it's in the comfort of my own home. So that's an upside but still wish. I was socializing with my friends in school. But that's fine. And i am time with my family. I'm doing a lot of writing actually right now. Like just not nothing serious just for fun like writing stories that come into my mind you know it. It helps me. it helps me leave. I don't know stress in school. Chong so is that something you might want to pursue some day as besides the acting is maybe write some things i don't i don't think so. I mean he that used to be a dream of mine to be like an author. But i don't think so anymore I do. I would love to continue in the acting industry Possibly even maybe being a director. I've always loved to in that. So that could be something that i wanna do. But i don't think i go into the writing miss. Well the thing is you're getting valuable lesson now because you're watching other directors direct and. You could see what they're doing and and there's there besides doing it. There's nothing i think. Better than being on a set and seeing how production and rolls and you know this one obviously has some money behind it too so you can really get an idea of how production this is is is run so pretty interesting for you. I'm sure why. I island learned so much from the directors that i watch incredible. Now the thing is how. How much of a gap is it between when you shot this and where you are now a dwarf. This summer so i was. I was thirteen. I was thirteen when we shot this and Now i'm just turned fifteen last month. So yeah it's been about and the audition process was actually two years ago. Yes almost two years ago exactly. And so it's been one heck of a ride but i guess if you haven't seen the last two episodes but if you are to play alice again she looked a little different. I would think. I think that's great. Though that's great so some good memories on the set and everything with the cash to. I'm sure birthdays were celebrated and all that. Oh yeah i had tons of good memories. That was one the scene in particular. That was just so funny to me and probably so annoying to the rest of the cast and crew. Because because it was one scene where devante. And i read sitting at a table eating try and he accidentally yeah he accidentally messed up one of his mind and it completely and completely threw us off for the whole rest of the take and all of the takes after we just could not pull ourselves together and and it was so it was funny for us but i was at the same time i was so embarrassed because of all of the directors were telling us like calm down. Calm.

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"farrah" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:14 min | 11 months ago

"farrah" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Behavior special effects. What's it like care for you both to kind of acting the things that aren't there. Well you know sometimes you have variance anyway but people at ave thanks in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusions. Wrong have prosper. This is tony till auto and today we're talking to one of the stars of utopia fascinating series. I've been binging on amazon prime and she plays alice and her real name is fair. Mackenzie welcome to the podcast farage. Great to talk to you. I learn to talk to you as well. I'll tell you your dynamic young actor. I've i mean in this series alone. The range of emotion. You've had to play not easy. But i think you've handled it extremely well. Tell us a little bit about alice for. Maybe who haven't seen the series our how on a broken home. He was placed in a foster home. Which would be really hard for a young girl and he finds a parent and she's just a normal girl until she meets this boy named grant and he encounters some traumatic experiences. She ends up in this group of what we call nerds and and he is a big part of the group helping them solve dilemma regarding utopia Yeah described the scene when you win. Grant hops over the fence. In your house played wonderfully by giovan wanna watson. I think his name is and he was terrific as well. So talk about that scene into play. That seat Well lack seen he hops over the fence and alice my character notices team eating some of her blackberries and g she notices him turns on the light and chasing him and as he's as grants is calling back over the fence and utopia comic book falls out of his backpack and alice takes it look at it like secondhand notices how starving he is and invites into her house and invites him inside where they meet where he meets. Allison's foster mom and that's the way it all begins. Yeah talk about. There's definitely chemistry between you and giovan talk about that especially. You're both fairly young and coming into a project like this. You probably never met before. How did you establish that. Was that right off the bat or did you have to work on that. Well we met one day and we kinda just started to grow our friendship and we he was. He's really nice. He's an amazing person. We became really close and we went on some like hang out with his family. And they'll try chemistry so that it worked on screens. yeah he was just. He's he's a great person. I i loved having a friend now. The thing about alice's she's into very intense scenes. They were tough. What was it like for you to play those scenes. And i mean that i got credit. You they they were realistic. But as a parent myself. A part of me was cringing. Just a little bit. yeah. I mean it was definitely. There's definitely an aspect of that where it was hard for me to do because i had never experienced any of those myself. It was a little bit hard to you know. Imagine my character in that place. But i sort of had to imagine what it would feel like and how i would react now. My character would react and put myself in that head space to go with it and hope for the best. Well actually you know the worst. It was challenging sometimes. Knowing that i would have to imagine myself in those situations and in some situations that alice's in our mary very very difficult and very sometimes tearjerking and yeah and it definitely was a little challenging. But i as an actor had to had to just get into it and do it to the best of my. There were these. You're crying scenes. Were very convincing for obvious. Reasons from people see the show. When you do something like that when the director yells cut do you need like a moment to kind of come back a little bit when you let out that much. Emotion walk have to do a crying. I i asked that the crew and the cast gives me a few seconds just at that moment head space and and then the scene and afterwards yeah. I can't this map right back into running tunnel again. I have to the flood. It come back after a few moments and then we'll do it again and again and it's the i love doing it. I know as you mentioned you. End up with the gang especially towards the end of the series. What's it like when you're with the entire ensemble and you're stepping into their chemistry a little bit. Well they as people are wonderful. I loved everyone of them. They were so mainly and as actors. I respect them their renowned. They're really really really wonderful accent and they came as she was there to like each one of them was so fun to be around and we had that chemistry as well. So it's easier to being seen defend. Yeah and i. I was his character. I think she was a little scared with a lot stared at first meeting. All these new people and sort of being pushed into this new environment and this new gate gang and she's just overwhelmed at first but then i believe warms up to them and they will not to her. I mean. it's still not a good time for alice. Milling everything that's happened. But she gets a little bit. I believe yes. Unfortunately she does end up in handcuffs and we'll leave it there. Why she got there. I'm going to say but she doesn't have and talk about something new to play there something. Most people don't experience in their lifetime so cool and she makes a bold decision in a scene was your von to which i won't give away and that was kind of interesting too. Yeah was cool now. The comic itself. The artwork is absolutely amazing. How much of it did you see. Well our than a good deal of time with the comic book. And i'm not going to give away the scenes exactly but he does send she does spend a good deal of time looking at them in examining them which means i had to look at them and examine them and oh my goodness. The artwork quite incredible. It was a brazilian artist. Named.

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Taliban Take Afghanistan's Third-Largest City in Onslaught

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Taliban Take Afghanistan's Third-Largest City in Onslaught

"The taliban seized three more afghan provincial capitals and the local army headquarters on wednesday completing a blitz across the country's northeast and giving them control of two-thirds of the nation as the us nato finalized their withdrawal after decades of war the fall of the capitals of badakhstan bank land and farrah provinces put increasing pressure on the country's central government to send the tide of the advance even as it lost a major base in kunduz president ashraf ghani rushed to balkh province already surrounded by taliban held territory to seek help from warlords many links to allegations of atrocities and corruption in pushing back the insurgents he'll say replaced his army chief of staff while the capital of kabul itself has not been directly. Threatened me advance the stunning speed of the offensive racist questions of how long the afghan government can maintain control of the slivers of the country. It has left. The government's may eventually be forced to pull back to defend the capital and just a few other cities the success at the taliban offensive also calls into question whether they would ever rejoin long. Stalled peace talks in qatar aimed at moving afghanistan toward an inclusive interim administration as the west hoped instead. The taliban could come to power by force or the country could splinter into factional fighting like it did after the soviet withdrawal in nineteen thousand nine. The multiple battlefronts have stretched the government special operations forces while regular troops have often fled the battlefield and the violence is push thousands of civilians to seek safety in the capitol the us military which plans to complete its withdrawal by the end of the month because conducted some s strikes but has largely avoided involving itself in the ground campaign.

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"farrah" Discussed on Just The Sip

Just The Sip

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"farrah" Discussed on Just The Sip

"And why does she always have to talk about sex. And i said it you rap about what you know you write about what you know. It's your expression and the girl decided you the nasty real well. Let her talk about it. And she came out of the hood and made a name for herself and got herself into a better financial situation for her children. And i think the same thing of you you took something that would have shut most people down and would have pigeon-holed them into a life that they only knew that was invited them which was living with the same person that they known not really going after their dreams because they had to work a nine to five and then at five to nine. But you took something and you use what you knew and you made a business out of it and said i have to say though to like some of the people who might chat with is alive and like some of the things that i went through at different stages my life. There was a time in my life. Where i was like. Wow when are just. Bring up everything that i see that i'm told not to do but other people allowed to do it and when i started doing it yes it did. Make some newsy stuff than i did not realize that. Make a stir over our time. And i know that we're talking about so sway only think that it's right to continue arm of cardi b. right now but carnegie-mellon she was. I was at coachella. I believe cardi. B. was performing. This is when she was pregnant with her first child performing and she was like doing all this stuff. I should pregnant and i was like row. Maybe i should just make a point to the world by just saying wow what. What if i did that azzam yet but just seeing that aunt strong up a bunch of stuff but actually forwarded the world in the way that it need needed to. And that's all i was trying to do wasn't like really about me your first and it was like well. We tell women than they're not supposed to be feeling sexy. They can't go work. I mean most up in their bed in bed for like six months in all this other stuff. But i was just like we need to change this and now i see some of my friends who are like.

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"farrah" Discussed on Just The Sip

Just The Sip

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"farrah" Discussed on Just The Sip

"Is it now that you turned thirty. I turned thirty a few years ago. I remember turning thirty. And i remember saying to myself. I wish that did not exist on the internet. Like i wish i wouldn't have done that. Like a god as their one thing in your life that you wish you can just grab up the internet. I think i would get rid of all teen mild with people asking you. Do you have regrets. That's that's what it would be. Because i think i learned so much in my therapy and all the stuff that i continue to like. Stop looking at your life. Negativity stopped saying bats. Bad like if. I didn't go through it then. I wouldn't stop in like that's what i see a sea so my friends were maybe in their fifties and they wanna do stuff that i was doing in my twenties so i'm not really like holding myself back or green anything. I think i played out everything in that time it was supposed to be. I'm just happy. It's all out of the way. Now that i remember my thirties. I'm just like wow. I'm so lucky. I got out of the way hundred percent thirties for fallen in love. Ooh god you know. I've been praying. You know. I'm not. I'm not giving up on that. Is it hard today when people have this preconceived notion that you're going to be sassy you're gonna wanna fight. You wanna be wild bed like when they swipe right. They probably think they're getting some crazy. Exotic animal yeah. I'm sure i'm sure that's what they all thought. But i actually took myself off of dating dating apps for dating anything goes. I think one of the last show excellent of each. I did with mtv. Because i just realized that i have been paid so much to be on dating shows that it's kind of going backwards and being counterproductive free to be on apps in those saints also not to put like a wrench in it. I've traveled all over the world to predating. Tv's to us. And i'm just like wow. I've put myself out there again. I put myself out there so much done so much in my twenties that i don't really cure kinda wasting more time on it but i did tell us via recently like hey i will not be dating for four years because i was assaulted but i also recently felt like. It's not a safe environment for me. To release have been very very touchy on their alex on life and i just you know lake in my family. No one has to agree with each other not the same things..

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Ethiopia's Tigray Crisis: Fleeing for Fear of New Ethnic Conflict

BBC Newsday

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Ethiopia's Tigray Crisis: Fleeing for Fear of New Ethnic Conflict

"The BBC is heard fresh reports of ethnic cleansing integrate T grain forces are continuing to extend their control of the region, prompting the Ethiopian government to abandon a unilateral ceasefire. More fighting is now expected in the west of Tigre, an area close to the water with Sudan from where our Africa correspondent Andrew Harding reports. Doing nothing for a young man is struggling to swim across the fast flowing Brown River. He's escaping the conflict into great Safely across the 18 year old tells us he was chased by another ethnic group, The, Um Harris, whose malicious still control this corner of Western to be able to get them. They know you were two grand. They kill or arrest you, He says the militias are everywhere. Within hours, I meet another group of four teenagers who just made the same journey. Some armed soldiers come home to home and they registered their means, and they sold them to leave home. Militia militia and their militias. I'm harem. Alicia's Yes, I'm on a mission. They gave us two days to leave home to to get out of former because we are immigrants. Like many others, these youngsters are fleeing Ethiopia's fast changing war into gray, a war that seemed to be winding down. That could well be just getting started. They've all ended up here on the far side of the river in neighbouring Sudan. The isolated Sudanese farming town of Hyundai at a Tigre and doctor is busy treating more new arrivals. Doctor terrorists to Farrah fled across the border last year. Now he sees clear signs. Of an upsurge of ethnic violence. So there is there is a new search of mass arrest. Thousands of people have been held in camps and with no food and no water, and particularly, they were being told that they are going to be punished by Hank punished by hunger and staffed. Word by

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"farrah" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"farrah" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony tiller parenting an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. Only when you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes. Where the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision. But also because of its message of diversity and inclusion farren. Mackenzie plays alice in the comic book driven series utopia on amazon prime lot of challenges for his young actress so for now the thing about alice's she's into very intense scenes. They were tough. What was it like you to plano scenes. I gotta credit you they. They were realistic as apparent myself. Part of me was cringing. Just a little bit. yeah. I mean it was definitely. There's definitely an aspect of that where it was hard for me to do because i had never experienced any of those myself show it was. It was a little bit hard to you know. Imagine my character in that place. But i sort of had to imagine what it would feel like and how i would react now my character would react and put myself in that head safe and just just go with it and hope for the best. Actually you know the worst. It was challenging. Sometimes knowing that i would have to imagine myself in those situations and in some situations that alice's in our mary very very difficult and very sometimes tearjerking and it definitely was a little challenging. But i as an actor had to had to just into it and knew it to the best of my. There were these. You're crying scenes. Were very convincing for obvious. Reasons when people seeds show is when you do something like that when the director yells cut. Do you like a moment to kind of come back a little bit when you let out that much emotion walk so i i asked that the crew and the task give me a few seconds just to at a gnat moment matt head space and and then the scene afterwards. Yeah i mean. I can't snap right back into turmoil again. I have to let it come back after a few moments send and then do it again and again and the job that i love doing it. I look for this series. Utopia on amazon prime for bite. This is tony tomato..

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"farrah" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"farrah" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Grow to drive revenue. Whatever it's it's this wildly free exercise in the sense of. You're not limited costs when you worry about cost and you have to worry about costs to be fair. Can't just can't go after growth without without thinking about profit but when you're thinking about Growth it's it's infinite right. it's just limited by what you sell and the customers that you have. We know the chew variables that that all money comes from a customer. And what you choose to sell them is is what drives price in recurring revenue in sustainability and scale although sorts of things. But but it's but it's incredibly broad. So how do you focus that down. You flunk bad bets and get to good pets so so for people who might not be as entrepreneurial intuitive as others who were built to be entrepreneurs. I think what we've offered in. This book is a really structured process framework that in a in a in a repeatable way helps you figure out what a good bet is versus about that and that kind of you know that kind of process that that repeatable said a the framework. Did that really highlights good versus bad winner versus loser. can avoid a lot of pain for people down the road. And and when the economy's are tight avoidance of pain is half the dow right. You don't wanna step in the bear trap. You don't wanna make a bad bet because it could be a radical so it's like investing in stocks could sale while the stock is great. And you buy a bunch of and you accidentally bought it at the high and then it dropped seventy five percent the next day stop. Yeah hold onto that game stop. Yeah exactly exactly. I mean that was insane to watch over. no no. it's it's not in it. It's it's literally you know part of the you know them and amc on pardon the pun but grabbed the popcorn. Because the watch. And you know. I in it's it's so volatile and you can get into a trade. Oh wow it you know it hit you know fifteen dollars a share okay. Let's get it but by the time it gets executed you sell it at thirteen in and of losing two bucks. A sharing like wait a minute. Was it fifteen. It's like it's literally like just balancing. All timing. is everything. yeah it is. And it's it's no. That's the thing with with leadership and everything else so in wrapping up in your new book. What's your favorite chapter. There's a chapter on how to build a team whether you're whether you're part of a large organization or you're an entrepreneur to help you execute and i really like that because i think at the end of the day it's it's impossible to succeed by yourself and in the team that you need to be successful is quite a bit broader than what you think right now. So we dig into that and it's an. It's fun because i've been lucky enough to be part of some great teams in my career. And i always appreciate the chance to get to work with new people in newest not grade. I really look forward to seeing this book. So of their conversation they work and people find out more about you in this incredible work so Our firms called the beacon group. And we're at the beacon group consulting dot com that's www beacon group consulting dot com the book you can. You can go to our website there you go to cliff farah dot com and see more about it. It's available for preorder right now at amazon and barnes and noble and we have what's great about firms website is. We have plenty of white papers talk to covid and in approaches to deal with covid that are free to access for people so hopefully they can You can see some punks. They're sossamon definitely have that in the show notes so cliff for the amazing work you do and especially. You're actually shouldn't again on the new book. I appreciate you inviting me today. And i enjoyed the conversation. Thanks thank you. Thanks for listening to the read. This leadership show and part of the breakfast leadership network visit breakfast leadership dot com for tips on empowering your business and your life..

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"farrah" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"farrah" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"In the fortune. Two hundred grow their top line and We've been business now. This is actually our twenty th year in business. Yeah i know seems like a blink in many ways in other ways feels like forever but Yeah twenty years. We've done over fifteen hundred projects for our clients in that time all focused on on strategy development and This year is also great because we're watching look written a book that will be coming out in june timeframe cove is really throwing off a whole bunch of things you have to think about when travels going to resume and the supply chain. Logistics are are kinda crazy right now but right now we're targeting jin for a launch in the book and it's been it's been a great exercise writing niche issues quite a bit about how we think as a firm about the development of growth strategy. So yeah so. That's kind of who i am. What i'm about a great and i look forward to the book coming out. It's going to be an amazing thing. And i agree with you. The supply and cova disrupted so much in book launches and ordering things my brother. I just bought a new house and the new couch in love. seeing the ordered he will probably be june Which you know a year to go. It's the order something like that. You know the it's going to be delivered on whatever weekend is convenient for you and not six months out. So it's it's world so loved pick on the book a bit and then you can dive in on some of the experience especially with your clients. Sure over this last year. So cold has impacted everybody and fortune two hundred companies of course because the scale of it you know. They've got dynamics of yeah. It's impacting us at all of our locations but in different ways so it's not as simple. We'll just do this. I'll go yeah. That works great in maine but that doesn't work really well in los angeles or in portugal or in japan or else. These organizations are raised in two hundred. They've got a couple locations so loved to hear your thoughts on that but we had no i think the past year has been either feast or famine for most companies in the scale company. Actually it matters because you know the larger the company the more diversified you hope the client bases the the less impact you have but the trade off. There is the larger the company the more the operating costs. the more the impact is felt. So there's there's They're very few entities. I think globally that had been unscathed by this. We have. We've spent a lot of time trying to help. Our clients understand the severity end length of time. Amick is likely to have an impact on their business. And you know we as a firm. We work in a healthcare work in industrials. We work in defense. We work in tech and then horizontally we do Quite a bit of work on the front in and we also offer services that are are we allow our expert network to our to our clients so those are the those are the things we do as his nettie i would say. Healthcare clients suffered both feast and famine The anyone involved with testing You know in p p. did really well in the early days counterbalanced by the you know the the deficit of traditional healthcare activities that we would go do in an office You know through provider. Salata transition in academia. The hospital suffered greatly as they prepared for the pandemic in terms of traditional treatments. And then now. They've transitioned now that we've transitioned arguably successfully to this remote care world this this character distance world. They've continued to sort of bear the brunt of that. Because there's a lot of traditional services that you would go to school for that you can now get over the over. We're doing right now or video so so that you know. That's that's that's been a really interesting time. I think you know. I think connie's interesting place right now. Our our clients have gone from. You know sort of q one uncertainty q. To tightening q. Three rebound in q four expansion. So i feel actually quite optimistic about how markets are rebounding globally. And you're right. Most of our clients. Don't just have domestic. Us footprint in fact the the funny part is i've been doing this now for thirty years. I've never had a client in the town. I lived in So i'm always on a plane always on the phone and And so our our clients serve a global populations than end. There's been an awful lot of consistency. I think both in terms of the impact the pandemic and then the economic recovery. Let me stop there and kinda get your reaction. He had no. I think that makes a ton of sense. Everything he said in especially in. I worked in healthcare for about a dozen years during my career in the feast and famine is definitely right on. It's like okay while we've got more volume than we can deal with but we've got to do things completely differently and a virtual type of environment for so many things and sorting all of that out getting equipment going okay. Now we need to get cameras on. Computers are the physicians in the nurse. Practitioners and the are ends in the social workers. Are they going to be at home. Are they going to be in. The clinic is going to be a hybrid. We gotta get all of the equipment set up. We have to make sure that they have all the networking and all of that. You know so. There's costs involved with that. And of course you know supply and demand as we recall back in the spring. If you wanted a camera order on amazon you we're going to be paying a premium for it. Because everyone else was buying them to. But then the you know the demands of amping up all of this equipment and getting everything in place and then things where it's like. Okay now we're ready than the target changes like. Okay now what okay. Now we've seen so now. It's a shift from npr dealing with everybody that needs to be on a ventilator. Hauer we going to dispute. You know hundreds dan's of doses. How's that work hausa coordinated. When are they coming. Who takes priority. It's not just the it's flu. Shot season okay. Book your no. It's you know what. Africa u. n. Firs in again in a global situation figuring out. Okay who's central. Who's not and. I like the joke. I split my time between canada. In our tronto in san diego and toronto right now and of course with the border closed. Yeah thank you It's both cities. Great it's I wish i was right now. Because it'd be a heck of a lot warmer but you know you you you deal with it but Will you know what winter's like ah at the at the end of the day is one of those things where they can't cross the border not deemed as an essential employees.

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PSG knock Barcelona out of Champions League

ESPN FC

04:45 min | 1 year ago

PSG knock Barcelona out of Champions League

"Leboeuf and julia raw small. Joe's voice thin it finished then. Psg one celona one pse advancing five two on aggregate. This will i saw was fascinating possible and obviously all over. Ps gps she would then take the lead for an invite pay penalty. Extraordinarily brilliant goal from lionel messi would see one one dan belly had a million chances he couldn't convert and then on the stroke halftime really the defining moment in the game leeann are messy having that penalty save and he just felt then boss. Lana run out belief in the second half. We didn't quite see this team. Is that fed to sally. That penalty save changed everything. Of course he did even more. So when you watch it and then you watch it again and you see mode godly encroaching and clearly encroaching and so therefore if you have a system in place that could take a look at this and say you know what this is not allowed. This is against the laws of the game so therefore the penalty should be retaken and the truth of the matter. Is that when you see this happening. You have to question how come. Vr can take a look at this and say no. That's okay it's good play on. I don't quite understand it and to your point did change the dynamic of the game because as good as barcelona were in the first half the second half years they had possession years. They seem like they were about to create something but never really would that sort of confidence that they really thought that they were going to be able to come back in this match. I just don't think that after messy and it's not only the penalties after messy misses a penalty that means for this team going into halftime. Coleman cannot get this thing going for the second half off joel's how you love var because farrah's clear the thing that amazes me right. You've got to review penalties kayla novels off his line. No he's fine. Who was made razzi. Did he encroach yes. Seeing coach retake just forgot the second aides to be fair watching on television. I saw throw variety was encroaching. And i really thought they're gonna take this one again and when they were checking. I don't think that check in just for novice. I think there must be checking for everything. I agree with you. I don't understand. Why didn't they didn't to be taken. I don't understand why they give the pse pronouncing the first place anyway. I would not have given the long lay stamp on cardiac either through there were shambles the tonight in paris it was to the advantage of psg. So i'm not gonna complain. Though the lack of consistency again showing a niece is quite dramatic. Really english officials. Frank plain english while while blamed english. I can blame mr taylor and these systems. But i can blame the the world of referees. Were doing crazy things. And and and talking about consistency. It's an consistent all the way and we can talk and debate everyday about the decision. I mean that's that's insane. I can't even discuss about the penalty in the first penalty for procedure. The first leg. Dissenting up into celona. I wanna know where in which kind of football we are going into giving penalty for crazy stuff. I mean the penalty. Cardi cannot get the ball whatsoever. Okay longley never look at e cardi. So he's not willing to make any foul on e. cardi but we still decide to give a penalty because e cardi because longley stems only cardi. Not doing it on purpose again. So what kind of football is that is not the football. I loved the football where you know something can happen. But because he's not around the area of the dangerous area we don't really care because it's what it is especially if he's not mean if he's not a on purpose. Why do you wanna give a dose of penalties. That's crazy for me. I don't understand well the encroaching stuff. It's even worse because we also that we all named it but how they don't want to see it just a question we'd have to add them and it's not because the english because i'm sure will be french. It would be the same. It would be germany would be same. So it's it's awful. The food we are we are seeing right now. We're watching rhino. He's not the kind of alike on top of what we see from the players.

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"farrah" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"farrah" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Comes to my mind. You know it in hopes to me and how to leave. I stress and school charm. So is that something you might want to pursue some day As besides the acting is maybe write some things. I don't i don't think so. I mean that that used to be a dream of mine to be like an author. But i don't think so anymore I do. I would love to continue in the acting industry Possibly eat them. Maybe being and director. I've always loved to combat so that could be something that i to do but i don't think i know into the writing his well. The thing is you're getting a valuable lesson now because you're watching other directors direct and. You could see what they're doing and And they're doing it. There's nothing i think. Better than being on a set and seeing how production and rolls and you know this one obviously has some money behind it too so you can really get an idea of how production this is is is run so pretty interesting for you. I'm sure i learned so much from the directors that i watch incredible. Now the thing is how. How much of a gap between when you shot this and where you are now a shot this summer so i was i was. I was thirteen when we shot this and Now i'm i just turned fifteen last month. So yeah it's been about and the audition process was actually two years ago. Yes almost two years ago exactly. So it's been one heck of a ride. But i guess if you haven't seen the last two episodes but if you are to play alice again look a little different. I would think that's great though. That's great so some good memories on the set and everything with the cash. I'm sure birthdays were celebrated and all that. Oh yeah. I have tons of good memories That was wanna see in particular that was just so funny to me and probably so annoying to the rest of cast and crew because because it was one scene where devan and i were sitting at a table eating but turned he actually that the yeah he accidentally messed up one of his lines and it completely and completely threw us off for the whole rest of the take and all of the takes after we could not polish together and and it was so it was funny for us but i was at the same time i was still embarrassed because of all the like the directors. Were telling us. Calm down. Calm down. But i was like trying charring crystal fox played. Your mom is that right. wow. I love that. Yeah yeah she does. She was dynamite. I mean i you could see that there was a bond between you and a totally came across. Yeah what was it like to work with her. She's obviously been in the business awhile to. Oh i loved her. I really did she She was really fun. She's really funny. We we actually you know Became like quite good brand behind the scenes and off the set and it was really really fun to get to know her. I really love working with her. She said amazing actress. And i would definitely do it again. She's so is there any word on season two right now cross really just lastly as far as like shooting a show for streaming Do you and i know there. They were rules. You know governing how much time you could work but do they shoot more than one episode at the same time at consecutively or is there a break or how does that work. When we must shooting we did an episode at a time so usually take about a week. Usually take about a week. Maybe more to film an episode. And then you know we just go right into the next one. And and i wasn't in the first episode and the second one so i didn't have to be there for that you know that I a weeks once i did. I got you know. I caught onto the schedule. I it was. It's so fun to work on. It was really fun. Is there anything else that you have coming up. I guess everything's on home but is there any. I guess you can do auditions the zoom in that kind of thing but is there anything that you might start like maybe early next year during the migrations hoping to get back into the swing of things and start you know getting back onto business and getting back to work and starting again. 'cause i'm really looking forward to that. So this guys right now. Oh good well good luck. Good luck with those here. Thank you could great to talk to you. I mean you're obviously a talent and As they say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree you you're carrying on the family business and your natural. I mean it was. I've seen so many young actors couldn't pull off the scenes that you had to pull off. It's a credit to you. And i think we're going to be hearing a lot of value as As you mature and you take on more challenging roles although this one was pretty challenging for sure thanks again fair and best of luck to you and happy holidays to you and enjoy your thanksgiving as well. Thank you so much. You're welcome and thank you for listening to sifi. Talk take care until next time. The show is called a utopia of course and it is on amazon prime. Check it out. Hi this is john delancey and you're very lucky to be listening to sifi talk..

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"farrah" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"farrah" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"I think she was a little scared with a lot stared at first meeting. All these new people and sort of being pushed into this new environment and this new gate game and she's just overwhelmed at first. But then i i believe warms up to them and they will not to her. I mean it's still not a good time for alice milling everything that's happened but she gets yes. Unfortunately she does end up in handcuffs and we'll leave it there why she got there. I'm not gonna say but she does end up talking about something new to play there something. Most people don't experience in their lifetime so and she makes a bold decision in a scene was your von to which i won't give away and that was of interesting too. Yeah i was cool now the comic itself. The artwork is absolutely amazing. How much of it did you see. Well alex than a good deal of time with the comic book. And i'm not going to give away the scenes exactly but he does send she does spend a good deal of time looking at them and in in examining them which means i had to look at them and examine and oh my goodness the artwork. Our incredible it was a brazilian artist. Named you are ruined. I believe and artwork was fascinating definitely during those scenes. It wasn't just acting i was. I was astounded. I was i as a person love to look at it and love to examine. It really really really unbelievable hifi talk so stick with it. Here's more sci fi. Talk with tony tomato which is interesting that i really like about two series is the comics are clues to something that could end up happening and i i liked that part of it. And there's like little clues and all the different drawings at as you watch the series you. It could be anywhere in the drawing and i like that part of it. We were able to To see some of those clues when you looked at it and and maybe watch some of the episodes. Yeah i episodes. Went on. And as i was watching them i remembered some of the stuff that i saw beat. That was a clue that but it was really really fun to watch the series and look more into the comic book and notice more. And more of those clinton i hadn't noticed before Yeah it really is an amazing series. I'll admit it took me a while to get into it. But once i did it was like oh okay all right i get it i get it and a wonderful cast all the way around from john cusack all the way down some really good actors in this and the writing i mean. It's the writing from the writer from gone girl. And you know you can't get any better than that. So that's a pretty good. It's a pretty good territory. Was this a regular cashing for you. Well how how could renowned artists such as john cusack. Ring wilson Besides you know actually. I worked with channing tatum and katie holmes. And that's her hadn't driver and those. Yeah i would say those people were amazing but working with before this. I had been a big fan of the office and just working with the rain. Wilson you're not kind of keep my cool. It was really fun to work him. 'cause she even behind the scenes of the office. He's really fun and funny and entertaining. Really awesome Well you know you literally have grown up in the business. What's it been like for you very little. I love love to these shows and performances and to record my stuff doing little silly not really you know well thought out shows they just did i just record myself to performing and coming up the little storylines and my parents were both actors. My dad's actor. And my grandparents that on broadway and yeah. My grandmother was a abruptly dancer. So basically i grew up in the business. My family is in the business. My parents to stop you know. She hasn't blood. Why not but earned the industry like that. So that's how that began. And i've just i've loved it. I loved it the whole time. I've loved just portraying new characters and growing up and looking back at the ones that i've done before and seeing how much have grown and sometimes cringing at the ones that i've done alley little. That's you know that's understandable. But you know you've you've come a long way you'd definitely have come along with the thing about the series two is there's a virus and obviously dat part of it made it really eerie for me to watch it but we're going through a real one are real pandemic and obviously this was written and done way before any of this came out. So what's it been like for you during covid now. Obviously there isn't a lot of work being done now. so you know. Are you in school. Or how do you occupying your time. I'm doing school in. And that's that's really mooring and and it's you know but i kind i just gotta do it and push through it Luckily it's in the comfort of my own home. So that's an upside but still wish. I was socializing with my friends in school. But that's fine. And i am time with my family. I'm doing a lot of writing actually right now. Like just not nothing serious. It's refund like writing stories that.

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"farrah" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"farrah" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Shirt. The one. I own us freaky leaders omen kokatay talk a typical behavior special effects. What's it like curfew both to kind of things that aren't there. Well sometimes you have an experience anyway. People like gone in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion long and prosper. This is tony till auto and today we're talking to one of the stars of utopia fascinating series. I've been binging on amazon prime and she plays alice and her real name is fair. Mackenzie welcome to the podcast Great to talk to you next two years. Well i'll tell you your dynamic young actor I've i mean in this series alone. The range of emotion. You've had to play not easy. But i think you've handled it extremely well. Tell us a little bit about alice. Maybe you haven't seen the series our from a broken home he. She was placed in a foster home. Which would be really hard for a young girl. And he finds a parent and she's just a normal girl until she meets boy named grant and he encounters some traumatic experiences. She ends up in this group of what we call nerds and he is honestly a big part of the group helping them solve dilemmas regarding utopia Yeah described the scene when you grant hops over the fence in your house Played wonderfully by giovan. Wanna what i think his name is and he was terrific as well. So talk about that scene and and to play that seat Well that's seen here. Over the fence and alice my character notices him eating some of her blackberries and she she notices him turns on the light and him and as he's as grant is calling back over the fence and utopia comic book falls out of his backpack and alice takes it a look at it like beckingham. Notices starving is and invites him to her house and invites him inside where a me where he meets. Alison um foster mom. And that's begin. Yeah talk about. There's definitely chemistry between you and giovan talking about tad especially your both fairly young and coming into a project like this. You probably never met before. How did you establish that. Was that right off the bat or did you have to work on. That met one day and we kind of just started to grow our friendship. Then we he was. He's really nice. He's an amazing person. We became really close and we went on some like hangouts with his family. And they'll talk chemistry of that. It worked on screen. Yeah he was just a great person. I i loved having an app friend now. the thing about. She's into very intense scenes. They were tough. What was it like for you to play those scenes. And i got credit you they. They were realistic. But as a parent myself. A part of me was cringing. Just a little bit. Yeah definitely there's definitely an aspect of that where it was hard for me to do because i had never experienced any of those myself. It was a little bit hard to you know. Imagine my character in that place. But i sort of had to imagine what it would feel like and how i would react now. My character would react and put myself in that head space. Just go with it and hope for the best. Well actually you know the worst. It was challenging sometimes. Knowing that i would have to imagine myself in those situations and they'll in some situations that alice's is in our mary very very difficult to very sometimes tearjerking and yeah. Yeah and it definitely was a little challenging. But i as an actor had to had to just into it and do it to the best in either of these. You're crying scenes. Were very convincing for obvious reasons when people see the show when you do something like that when the director yells cut. Do you need like a moment to kind of come back a little bit when you let out that much emotion walk. I have to do a crying. I i ask that the crew and the cast gives me a few seconds just at that moment and that head space and and then there the scene and afterwards yeah i mean i. Can't this map right back into running again. I have to let it come back after a few moments and then we'll do it again then again and i love doing it. And now as you mentioned you end up with the gang especially towards the end of the series. What's it like when you're with the entire ensemble and you're stepping into their chemistry a little bit. Well lay as people wonderful. I loved every everyone of them. Today was so amazing and actors. I respect them their renowned. They're really really really wonderful accent and she was there to like each one of them was so fun to be around and we had that chemistry as well. So it's easier to being seen defend and advocate a character..

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Johnny Depp Allegedly "Romantic" With Angelina Jolie, and Gwyneth Paltrow talks about Public Scrutiny

Daily Pop

06:55 min | 1 year ago

Johnny Depp Allegedly "Romantic" With Angelina Jolie, and Gwyneth Paltrow talks about Public Scrutiny

"I daily please. Welcome scott tweeted back to the show so much for joining us come for the christmas trees decorations. Everything christmas tree competition between justin. And i later in the show's to stick around for that. Okay it's a new way to light up your tree all right up. First today. the hollywood reporter reports that johnny depp dated angelina jolie cure nightly an marion cotillard. And all the details are about to go public sued. Johnny's going back to court With the defamation case against his ex wife amber heard it's based on an essay she wrote about abuse for the washington post back in two thousand eighteen. Now according to the hollywood reporter johnny will have to turn over all responsive communications with his alleged romantic partners in angelina. Marian and kiera have all been named in court. Documents now marian. Akira have already there on this. They told us they were never romantically involved with johnny. And we have not heard back yet from angelina so interesting. It's a little more of this. He said she said drama Do you think the trial will be even more damaging or possibly embarrassing for johnny than the british trial was. It's all so ridiculous. This man is doing this based on something that came out and twenty eighteen with everything going on in two thousand twenty and in the world. No one even remembers that johnny depp amber heard all of these issues anyway. what. I think we're more they issues. I mean in the bay. I mean he kept on saying allegedly in the bank. Yes that's what you would remember more. And i and johnny feels. He needs to clear his name and he has filed the. He's already put this much money into it. I see him wanting to see this through the time that he did this. He was hot on it. But by the time you actually go to trial and all this davits it does feel like wow. Why are they still doing this. But also twenty twenty probably delayed a lot of things you know. It delayed a lot of stuff. And everybody's lives feel for these women who are now being dragged into this and they have nothing to do with johnny depp now carrying kierra in delina. Their names are part of this drama. And according to kira and marian they tell us like why we were never even romantically dated part of it. That's the worst part of the if somebody denies there your data when you say you did and it's on court documents said negative about this. Johnny's just wants to come out swinging. He wants to clear everything and go so he's got nothing to lose right now the position he's in even though farrah's outside his list you can lose a lot with this fahim. It's like there's nothing to lose. This is heaven hell scenario. It's heaven for the lawyers. I only gel for everyone else. One hundred percent. I totally agree and by the way there are times where companies know that. They're not wrong. They know that they are not liable for what happens to somebody but lawyers will say you need to settle this out of court because it's gonna cost you more in the long run. Why is no one sitting down with johnny depp. In saying yo at this point we know what you want to do. You want to clear your name. We know you're eagles getting involved. But you have to protect some of your reputation and dragging this out in american court after we just did it for a year in the uk cords. This is not going to be good for you. Take the l you still got ten million fantastic beasts. Somebody's gonna come back around for you. Mel gibson can get back from sugar. Tits. you can get back from this. Mean buddy but it's bunny but it's not all right. Well let's move on now normally when you're not dealing with an ugly trial there are so many perks. Do being a famous actress. Money fame and boyfriends. Like brad pitt. But gwyneth paltrow says the cost of fame was so high that she didn't want to keep doing it. Here's how she explained it on sirius. Xm's quarantined with bruce part of the shine of acting. What wore off. You know being in such intense public scrutiny beings a kid who's like living every break-up on every headline like being criticized for everything you do say in where show and also the the you know you're you're it's so transitory you're always all over. You think was more famous for her acting or for headlines. Sometimes i think back. In the olden days of hollywood in the early two thousands they kinda sorta went hand in hand. I think you became more famous when you were in a couple. And i think that's why a lot of times eight listeners hookup because they realize that their currency is doubled. Now still true today. The people don't use it as much as the used to i think. Stars kerry washington a-list stars mindy kaelin. They don't really use their relationships. Kids that are personalized very much. They have restricted that access and they got smart because they realized that once you do it once you can never stop ever even if you wanna stop it yet. Can't do it also in tech entrepreneurs and the new this out is yeah. I agree with you. i think for me. She's always been movie star. I assure the tabloids all the time about relationships but nine hundred ninety eight was her year sliding doors shakespeare in love expectations that was about the film's first and foremost and then after. That came all this when i started google and that created like a whole new kind of door to joe. And yeah she. She's now opened the doors to say like whatever. But i also think he's at a point now where she is just like take handles it all so much better. That's why she's clearly pursued kept pursuing this staying in the main stream and being super famous at the way she could've hidden away and not been out and about but she's everywhere like does not shy away at all so she's clearly got come to terms with this. I do think like it always helps if you can get into a relationship with another celebrity. I mean if you're trying to increase your fame. I'm that's why you have so many I'm using i know wags is not a bad term but i mean the women who there are a lot of women that go after just famous people are a lot of men that just go after famous women and it's like they do that for a period of time because they're really trying to increase their stardom and it helps

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Johnny Depp Might Have To Fork Over His 'Romantic' Messages With These 3 Famous Actresses

Daily Pop

03:30 min | 1 year ago

Johnny Depp Might Have To Fork Over His 'Romantic' Messages With These 3 Famous Actresses

"All right up. First today. the hollywood reporter reports that johnny depp dated angelina jolie cure nightly an marion cotillard. And all the details are about to go public sued. Johnny's going back to court With the defamation case against his ex wife amber heard it's based on an essay she wrote about abuse for the washington post back in two thousand eighteen. Now according to the hollywood reporter johnny will have to turn over all responsive communications with his alleged romantic partners in angelina. Marian and kiera have all been named in court. Documents now marian. Akira have already there on this. They told us they were never romantically involved with johnny. And we have not heard back yet from angelina so interesting. It's a little more of this. He said she said drama Do you think the trial will be even more damaging or possibly embarrassing for johnny than the british trial was. It's all so ridiculous. This man is doing this based on something that came out and twenty eighteen with everything going on in two thousand twenty and in the world. No one even remembers that johnny depp amber heard all of these issues anyway. what. I think we're more they issues. I mean in the bay. I mean he kept on saying allegedly in the bank. Yes that's what you would remember more. And i and johnny feels. He needs to clear his name and he has filed the. He's already put this much money into it. I see him wanting to see this through the time that he did this. He was hot on it. But by the time you actually go to trial and all this davits it does feel like wow. Why are they still doing this. But also twenty twenty probably delayed a lot of things you know. It delayed a lot of stuff. And everybody's lives feel for these women who are now being dragged into this and they have nothing to do with johnny depp now carrying kierra in delina. Their names are part of this drama. And according to kira and marian they tell us like why we were never even romantically dated part of it. That's the worst part of the if somebody denies there your data when you say you did and it's on court documents said negative about this. Johnny's just wants to come out swinging. He wants to clear everything and go so he's got nothing to lose right now the position he's in even though farrah's outside his list you can lose a lot with this fahim. It's like there's nothing to lose. This is heaven hell scenario. It's heaven for the lawyers. I only gel for everyone else. One hundred percent. I totally agree and by the way there are times where companies know that. They're not wrong. They know that they are not liable for what happens to somebody but lawyers will say you need to settle this out of court because it's gonna cost you more in the long run. Why is no one sitting down with johnny depp. In saying yo at this point we know what you want to do. You want to clear your name. We know you're eagles getting involved. But you have to protect some of your reputation and dragging this out in american court after we just did it for a year in the uk cords. This is not going to be good for you. Take the l you still got ten million fantastic beasts. Somebody's gonna come back around for you. Mel gibson can get back from sugar. Tits. you can get back from this.

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"farrah" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"farrah" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"19 vaccine is on the verge of being approved and rolled out in the U. S and a big part of that process. Is to make sure the vaccine is kept safe at sub zero temperatures. Now company based in Lake Geneva, will be playing an important role in keeping the vaccine temperature protected. Senior vice president at Prime Max Rob claims we monitor temperature ranges from minus 320 degrees Fahrenheit. 238 degrees. Maronites, so quite a wide range of of monitoring and you know, the current leading told 19 vaccine candidates are expected to require those extremely cold storage temperatures. Primex One of you sense temperatures allow for that cryogenic probe to be monitored and when paired with our software, which is called one view, the integrated system provides real time alerts of the vaccine storage temperatures and if they fluctuate outside the specified temperature range we help maintain that vaccine safety and effectiveness. The system. Also archives all recorded temperatures to ensure that compliance is met through the CDC guidelines. So this really is going to be a game changer When it comes to storing these vaccines. Let me give you an idea of just how cold some of these vaccines need to be the mode Erin a vaccine that we keep hearing about needs to be stored at minus 20 degrees Celsius. So if you translate that to Farrah Night, it's four degrees below zero OK, four degrees below zero, which is the standard for a lot of hospital and pharmacy freezers. But the FIEs ear's on by on by bio in text vaccine that has to be stored at minus 70 degrees Celsius. That's a huge difference. It's 94 degrees below 0 F. So Prime Max is one of the only companies that has this specific technology to work with our software. The one view platform really sets us apart and allows clinicians or facility managers, too. Be alerted instantly, if if those temperatures go out of range, and that's so.

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"farrah" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"farrah" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony tiller parenting an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. Only when you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes. Where the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision. But also because of its message of diversity and inclusion farren. Mackenzie plays alice in the comic book driven series utopia on amazon prime lot of challenges for his young actress so for now the thing about alice's she's into very intense scenes. They were tough. What was it like you to play those scenes. I gotta credit you they. They were realistic as apparent myself. Part of me was cringing. Just a little bit. yeah. I mean it was definitely. There's definitely an aspect of that where it was hard for me to do because i had never experienced any of those myself show it was. It was a little bit hard to you know. Imagine my character in that place. But i sort of had to imagine what it would feel like and how i would react now my character would react and put myself in that head safe and just just go with it and hope for the best. Actually you know the worst. It was challenging. Sometimes knowing that i would have to imagine myself in those situations and in some situations that alice's in our mary very very difficult and very sometimes tearjerking and definitely was a little challenging. But i as an actor had to had to just into it and knew it to the best of my there were these. You're crying scenes. Were very convincing for obvious. Reasons from people seeds show is when you do something like that when the director yells cut. Do you like a moment to kind of come back a little bit when you let out that much emotion walk so i i asked that the crew and the task give me a few seconds just to at a gnat moment matt head space and and then the scene afterwards. Yeah i mean. I can't snap right back into turmoil again. I have to let it come back after a few moments send and then do it again and again and the job that i love doing it. I look for this series. Utopia on amazon prime for bite. This is tony tomato..

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‘It’s a New Day’: Sudan Exults to Be Taken Off List of Terror States

TIME's Top Stories

02:58 min | 1 year ago

‘It’s a New Day’: Sudan Exults to Be Taken Off List of Terror States

"USA DOT ORG. President trump says Sudan to be removed from the US list of state sponsors of terrorism by Sami mackney. Cairo. President Donald Trump on Monday said Sudan will be removed from the US list of state sponsors of terrorism if it follows through on its pledge to pay three, hundred, thirty, five, million dollars to American terror victims and their families but some hurt in the attacks weren't happy with the deal. The move would open the door for the African country to get international loans and aid needed to revive its battered economy and rescued the country's transition to democracy the announcement just two weeks ahead of the US presidential election also comes as the trump administration works to get other Arab countries such as Sudan to join the United Arab, Emirates and Bahrain's recent recognition of Israel. Delisting Sudan from the state sponsors. Blacklist is a key incentive for the Sudanese government to normalize relations with Israel. Trump's announcement came after Treasury Secretary Steven mnuchin traveled to Bahrain to cement the Gulf states recognition of the Jewish state. Trump tweeted great news new government of Sudan, which is making great progress agreed to pay three, hundred, thirty, five, million dollars to US terror victims and families once deposited, I will lift Sudan from the state sponsors of terrorism list at long last justice for the American people and big step for Sudan. Sudan has agreed to pay compensation for victims of the Nineteen Ninety, eight bombings of the US. Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania attacks conducted by of bin Laden's al-Qaeda network while bin Laden was living in Sudan. General Farrah Bihan head of Sudan's ruling Sovereign Council welcomed trump's announcement. As constructive step. He said in a tweet, the removal would come in recognition of the historic change has taken place in Sudan. Sudan, his own a fragile path to democracy after a popular uprising. Last year led to the military to overthrow autocratic leader Omar Al-Bashir in April nineteen. A military civilian government now runs the country with elections possible in late twenty, twenty two. In an address to the nation Prime Minister Abdullah Home Doc said getting off the list would help his government benefit from debt relief and access foreign loans and investments which are seen as the country's gateway to economic recovery. The country has more than sixty billion dollars in foreign debt he said. It's a long way. He said it needs serious planning and hard work to achieve the maximum benefit of this opportunity. Once, the compensation money has been deposited. Trump is designed an order removing Sudan from the terrorism list on which has languished under heavy American sanctions for twenty seven years. Is Than. Expected to act to restore Sudan's sovereign immunity which would effectively stop future compensation claims from being

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White House Communications Director Alyssa Farah Says Trump Is 'Improving Dramatically, Quickly'

Mark and Melynda

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

White House Communications Director Alyssa Farah Says Trump Is 'Improving Dramatically, Quickly'

"Boxes. John Boxes. Decker John Decker is live is live in Washington in Washington White House White communications House communications director director Elissa Elissa Farrah Farrah on Fox on Fox News, News, giving giving the latest the latest update update on the president's on the president's health. health. The president's The president's improving improving dramatically dramatically and quickly and quickly But listen, But listen, we understand we understand he's not he's out not of the woods. out of the woods. He's continuing He's continuing to be monitored to be monitored by his by doctor his doctor and medical and medical team here, team here, the president the president on Twitter, on Twitter, promising promising his followers his followers that he will that be he back will be out back on out the campaign on the campaign trail soon. trail soon. And blasting And blasting polls that polls show him that show trailing him trailing Democratic Democratic presidential presidential nominee nominee Joe Biden. Joe Biden. Separately, Separately, staffing staffing has been has reduced been reduced in the West in the Wing West Wing and President and President Trump Trump is not is not set set to be in to the be in Oval the Office Oval Office anytime anytime today. today. Lisa Lisa thanks, John. thanks, John. The White House The White says House more says precautions more precautions will be taken will be taken to protect to protect essential essential staff staff around around the president. the president. As court As court challenges challenges to postal to postal service changes service changes continue. continue. The Postal The Postal Service Service in a filing in a filing today is today asking is asking a judge a to judge clarify to clarify

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White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany tests positive for COVID

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:18 min | 2 years ago

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany tests positive for COVID

"Is tweeting that he thinks he'll be out of the hospital tonight, but we have yet to hear confirmation of that from doctors at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Where Trump was admitted only this past Friday for covert 19 yesterday, Trump raised A fresh wave of concern when he greeted supporters outside the hospital from inside a black SUV. The windows were up. Secret Service agents inside were messed but very close to him. Meanwhile, more people within Trump's orbit are testing positive for Corona virus, among them, White House Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany. She confirmed that used today. Here's NPR's Aisha Roscoe. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says she's not experiencing any symptoms. She said in a statement that she had tested negative in the past few days but received a positive result this morning. She said that she has not been in close contact with any members of the press. But Mcenany did briefly speak with reporters outside on Friday and again on Sunday, both times without a mask. A number of close aides to Trump have announced they have the virus. White House communications director Elissa Farrah is defending the administration. She says that top White House officials are deemed essential workers and must stay on the job unless they get sick. I saw Roscoe NPR news now

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Unlock Your Untapped Human Potential By Changing How You Breathe With Dan Brule

My Seven Chakras

04:53 min | 2 years ago

Unlock Your Untapped Human Potential By Changing How You Breathe With Dan Brule

"Our guest today is the one and only Dan Brulee Denver is a modern day teacher healer and world renowned pioneer in the art and science of breath work. He is one of the creators of breath therapy and he was among the original group of internationally certified rebours. He's a master of Yoga and she gone Janis, medical breathing exercises, and he leaves the worldwide spiritual breathing movement, the coaches trains, and certifies professional Brett workers, and since nineteen seventy, he has traveled to sixty seven countries and a strained more than two hundred and fifty thousand people to use the a bread and breathing for personal growth, professional development, peak performance, self healing, and spiritual awakening, and by the way. Tony Robbins wrote a forward for Danville is books. So you can imagine the die of content, the type of information and wisdom that we're going to get in today's episode, and by the way in case you didn't know this is the third appearance of Dan. Daniela on our forecast and the last time we connected was some wouldn't thousand and eighteen sedan super excited to have you on our show. How's it going? Wow. Wonderful. As I said, if things are going any better I'd have to be twins. Almost feel a little bit guilty during the shut down during this corona craziness Farrah's it's been just it's amazing unplanned unexpected opportunity to to really pause to really stop to dig in and it's resulted in a lot of creative juices flowing and guy been busier than ever. And meanwhile, so many people in the world are really suffering and really struggling and so my heart goes out to people So you know what we we do, what we can we make the best of every situation and sometimes something that we think is something really negative turns out to be a blessing, the gift, and this that that's what's happening for us loosen our corner of the world's around this whole crazy shutdown thing. Absolutely I think it's been hard time for a lot of people around the world especially in terms of divisiveness, your people, both sides, and there's a lot of. Anxiety stress as well. But I think your services and your support are even more needed right now as you very. Profoundly, teach people how to breathe correctly and properly and well. So I think it's a very opportune moment validity to. For this interview I was hoping to start from very beginning. Maybe tell us where did you grow up and what was life as a kid for? Well, you know I was the kid who in the school yard was organizing all the breath holding competitions. You know I can remember we we play with hyperventilating and then like squeezy. Almost pass out and you know just. Playing with the plane with the graph I since I was raised in new Bedford Massachusetts Which is where Moby Dick you know there's a whaling capital of the world. Catholic school who? factory Industry Town Garment Factory Textile Mills the cushion it river was right next to. US some very old American Indian tradition in that part of the world. And So the energy is really beautiful in the forest and long the ocean there. but yeah I. turned onto the breath as a little Catholic boy in kindergarten hearing about how God breathed into the nostrils of man the breath of life and man became a living soul and I don't know it just hearing that as a little Feiger kid. I Dunno lit something in me and And just been a missionary for the breath ever since and every job I've ever had and. has kept taking me back to the breath in one way or another until it's the only thing I've really done now for the last forty years is is been a missionary for the breath. So and it's you know forty fifty years ago I felt like a voice crying out in the desert. Breathing what's that breathing a? and. So now it's great that the science is caught up and can now we have understanding on my some of the ancient yoga practices and guys practices and why they work and and what's what's involved in them and So I love that science and spirit meet and the breath is is exactly a perfect place or science and spirituality could meet.

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Why Growth at Grayscale Exploded in the Last Quarter

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

05:56 min | 2 years ago

Why Growth at Grayscale Exploded in the Last Quarter

"It's recently quarterly report gray scale announced record inflows. Tell us about that. So on a quarter, we'd be says, our team puts out a report that looks back at investment activity across the gray scale family of products over that most recent quarter in we try and break down for the investment community which products have inflows, which products more popular than others, what the breakdown is different types of investors any other trends that we're seeing amongst our investor base. and. Though regularity, these reports have really allowed them to become almost the defacto sentiment indicator for investment in the days in in two this year, we raised over nine hundred, million dollars in just that second quarter, and that was on the back of raising over half a billion dollars in Q. One this year. So we're really seeing influence into the gray scale products at a record pace. And that's almost double. What do you think accounts for the massive increase in interest? I think that the macro environment is causing a lot of investors to focus on Crypto in a way that perhaps had before I think one of the most topical things that investors are talking to us about is unlimited quantitative easing and as they look at how much the Fed and other governmental bodies are printing, they're really starting to drill into the verifiable scarcity of assets like get. Coin and when you think about that very important attribute that bitcoin has and then you combine it with bitcoins uncoordinated nature and it's not just bitcoin. Right? It's other digital currencies as well. Investors are starting to appreciate that there is a new in uncoordinated return that they can maybe get from having exposure to digital currencies, and now the timers in a lot of investors digging on the space. and. So when you talk about the quantitative easing that does, of course, immediately bring to mind bitcoin because of the cap on its supply and when you started your answer, you were talking primarily in Bitcoin or about bitcoin but I wondered how the interest in the currencies was spread out. Is it? Eighty percent in Bitcoin or you know what are you seeing in terms of the interest across the various crypto sense? So Greasy now has ten different investment products and a great deal bitcoin trust is our flagship product. It's been around the longest. It's our largest no question about it We've seen a market uptaken interest across the other products. So in particular, I'd highlight in cute too. We saw a lot of interest in the gray scale at theory and trust. In really seeing more investment really coming in across the board and I believe now of our returning institutional investors, we now see over eighty percent of them having now invested in more than one race cal product meaning they. Now you have exposure to more than one digital currency and it's interesting to think about that audience because for many of them, Bitcoin is their first foray. It's the place that they're most comfortable with it done the most research on typically it's what gets them comfortable and gets them to give their telling the space, and we're now releasing a growing trend of investors not just wanting acquainting exposure, but they actually see diversification benefits of having more than one crypto currency exposure in their portfolio. And when you said that if him was another one of the assets that was gaining a lot of interest what's driving that because the theorem does not have a cap on its supply. So I was curious to know why they were focusing on that out of all the other non bitcoin assets. Well. I think BIRLA investors at theory like coin has a lot of staying power on it to like acquaintance overcome a lot of adversity and I think investors are starting to drill into some of the east cases around the theory. powering defy and a lot of other new applications which theory is really targeted towards where I think for more investors thinking about Bitcoin, they're really thinking about it more along the lines of digital gold or a digital store of value. And who is coming to you now, are you seeing interest from new groups and what types of investors are coming to gray scale? We'll still gracie obeys assets primarily from institutional investors. So we deal primarily with accredited investors. So it does include a lot of high net worth individuals and. Family Office is financial advisers but believe the vast majority of the actual dollars that we're getting are coming from the hedge funds on and then other types of institutions, endowments, and pensions, and I think one of the most things we actually broke this out in some reports. This year is that the allocations aren't coming from any one kind investor I. Think you know for a lot of folks bitcoin digital currency investing its momentum traders or it's for funds that really only are experienced in investing in technology or In. Venture capital things that are really on the riskiest end of the spectrum in Farrah's when we look at the actual mandates of our investors, it's everyone from global macro funds to value funds to risk arbitrage funds. Any every single kind of investor mandate is represented in the gray scale investor bays, which I think the takeaway is. Digital currency investing is certainly not for everyone is risky too early days you know a lot of investors need to have a patient in kind of medium term horizon for their investment, but it does that mean that it's something that everyone should at least be considering and we're already seeing empirical data that it's making its way into the portfolios of investors of all different kinds of mandates.

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Cosmic Gate

Back To Back

05:02 min | 2 years ago

Cosmic Gate

"Just. Okay at one two three boom. Nice I'm still got it. This is why you go. US to some shows when when when wedding We have to literally music and visuals when something? Technical doesn't work so. Lights Lights One. Oh, yeah, absolutely I mean that's we should. Actually we could talk about that in a second. Yes it's it's a funny thing. I was thinking about your guys career just in general, and you know from when you started performing up until now just so much of the the not not the music, but the actual production of the show has changed. You know the level of the festivals the technical level the just how much money is going into the whole thing. It's Kinda Wild I. Wonder if that was was that an adjustment period for you guys, or was it just sort of gradually? You ramped up your show at a match it. Exactly that was a gradual thing, right? I remember even apart from bad back when we started. Obviously, we didn't even have a manager for years. Right, Bussey. It was like everything Wednesday buster another than we played shows even think of visuals than we created also visual loop for like remember. What was it like? Twenty five thirty minute loop? Yeah. Yeah Yeah, and it just runs in the background, right? Slightly at the beginning what manager? What's what's visual loop? It was not a DJ showed the DJ when we started was placed somewhere in the corner right, and then like some of the big room. KLOPP's eventually with the DJ a little more visual 'cause it start into. Hey, people are looking for that special guy, or they're coming for to guy and then. On on. I remember that when some shows in Holland I think were the first ones where we saw an anti club. All facing the DJ before. Dancing everywhere all over the place. and. It was so interesting. That was new doing those the early two thousands that we had total new kind of conduct dance culture. It was like people were into collapsed there were you the bar and dancing, and now it's like when when we play a show. Every single face in our in our direction, so thinking about it, yeah, it's actually a total different way of going out and partying and enjoy the night. Yeah, it's really interesting. I started DJ in the late nineties, and so I was right on the tail end. You know when I started when I started going to events and all that it was very much the old days that you're talking about where it was dark you. You couldn't really see anything I didn't know where the DJ was, and then kind of right at right at the end of the nineties when I first started getting my first real show as when that switch happened, and it was really weird. I wasn't expecting it for you guys. Was that something you? You know in the early days where you comfortable with that. Did you feel like performers? You want to be on stage. were. Just mentioning the one word, a DJ turned more into a performer these days. It's more occur forms as some people come more for the event performance than eventually for Dha Music which still? Meal, wrapping it up in what what I say now still Farrah's The music is always the center and should be key over tension, and that will always be what's most important for us, but of course these that you cannot you cannot just you know. Look on your players at a not interact at all with the crowd. You can't do this these days. Maybe, I can speak for the two of us we. We grew into that where we're never the guys that search for every Kendra. Oh, we gotta jump in. but yeah we. We grew into the situation with comfy with it now it's it's fun. And when when the crowd is so much energy to to cheer back into It's awesome that. Really emotional at driving and so it wasn't it was we. We grew insulin and wait. We really enjoyed. Now may be boring to still do just the cool Dj Noah you right so. It's nice to see when they all face. You also especially back then because. The production was as Baker, was still about the music, but there was still facing. You just felt like they really care about the music they really. WanNa hear new music and expect you to surprise them and it was. Good to see all this attention than it made us also better DJ septic.

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"farrah" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

Yes, Girl!

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"farrah" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

"Todd. Hey. What's going on? Up here on my little photo balcony. I say toe because it's a fire escape. Accounts you can. I have fresh air. It's other son is beaming on me. And I'm thinking about <hes>. The beautiful challenge is to talented on talking about stay, so there was a challenging a week about two weeks ago. <hes> at the height of the horrible horrible. Weeks that we've had <hes> especially since. It really. Kind of came to apex on May Twenty Fifth, when the unfortunate murder of George Fluey, which just really wrecked this country, but I notice a my time long because you were on my time line in a beautiful world, and it was a challenge tapping all these black women gas. Willie show a photo of them in joyous moment. You know the are happening. Yes, this each other. So I remember seeing the. <hes> and then <hes>. I just brought me some some happiness because I kinda forgot I mean everything seemed really dark. Enough a gut. How beautiful life could be you know? It was like the black woman challenge and everybody else in started with a black woman. Guess every time I read it. It'd be like yes. Yes, yes, black woman, and I loved getting had over and over again right because you realize all your sister, see you when you see each other. And to your point. It was like the first time people have been posting. Happy moments in a long time is exactly exactly and so been another challenge popped up and I I said, is this are challenged? Do we miss a company email about the SS? Challenge I was really confused I? Know we didn't get it. Did you and then blow what happened? And it was the essence challenge in response to the vote challenge and one of the creators of the essence challenge, because so many people have contributed to the one of the ones that really popped up for me was fair. Super toot and you hear the episode you'll see. That is a full circle moment for her, but she had a response to the boat challenged, but she was like I. Don't want to be on our boat. I want to be on essence because I. Remember her posting. She said I think the the exact words were essence always has been there for us. Didn't always has and they let the manifestation begin. Think there. They really daddy long. Time minds our full and just saw you all know. In case you missed. It was really bad she did, but in case you missed it vogue, apologize worry like the Kinda nast was kind of apologizing Invokana <unk> disorder. Mentor I haven't pretended those headlines 'CAUSE. I don't believe it is too late. But if you know the gist, wise white hairs, and they were sorry to Real Terrell, the to really know though it was. Just was like you know we feel guilty, and we're sorry for how badly treated by people, but we're only saying that. Because all the black people we mistreated as a brand have come out, and said something about it, so his cited putting themselves on the cover of vogue as the vote challenge to show diversity that should be on. Bo and the people were like like people are like that but wait. We don't WANNA be invoke. We want to be on essence because that's always been our home.

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Farrah Fawx Set FIRE to Our Feeds with the ESSENCE Challenge

Yes, Girl!

03:29 min | 2 years ago

Farrah Fawx Set FIRE to Our Feeds with the ESSENCE Challenge

"Todd. Hey. What's going on? Up here on my little photo balcony. I say toe because it's a fire escape. Accounts you can. I have fresh air. It's other son is beaming on me. And I'm thinking about The beautiful challenge is to talented on talking about stay, so there was a challenging a week about two weeks ago. at the height of the horrible horrible. Weeks that we've had especially since. It really. Kind of came to apex on May Twenty Fifth, when the unfortunate murder of George Fluey, which just really wrecked this country, but I notice a my time long because you were on my time line in a beautiful world, and it was a challenge tapping all these black women gas. Willie show a photo of them in joyous moment. You know the are happening. Yes, this each other. So I remember seeing the. and then I just brought me some some happiness because I kinda forgot I mean everything seemed really dark. Enough a gut. How beautiful life could be you know? It was like the black woman challenge and everybody else in started with a black woman. Guess every time I read it. It'd be like yes. Yes, yes, black woman, and I loved getting had over and over again right because you realize all your sister, see you when you see each other. And to your point. It was like the first time people have been posting. Happy moments in a long time is exactly exactly and so been another challenge popped up and I I said, is this are challenged? Do we miss a company email about the SS? Challenge I was really confused I? Know we didn't get it. Did you and then blow what happened? And it was the essence challenge in response to the vote challenge and one of the creators of the essence challenge, because so many people have contributed to the one of the ones that really popped up for me was fair. Super toot and you hear the episode you'll see. That is a full circle moment for her, but she had a response to the boat challenged, but she was like I. Don't want to be on our boat. I want to be on essence because I. Remember her posting. She said I think the the exact words were essence always has been there for us. Didn't always has and they let the manifestation begin. Think there. They really daddy long. Time minds our full and just saw you all know. In case you missed. It was really bad she did, but in case you missed it vogue, apologize worry like the Kinda nast was kind of apologizing Invokana disorder. Mentor I haven't pretended those headlines 'CAUSE. I don't believe it is too late. But if you know the gist, wise white hairs, and they were sorry to Real Terrell, the to really know though it was. Just was like you know we feel guilty, and we're sorry for how badly treated by people, but we're only saying that. Because all the black people we mistreated as a brand have come out, and said something about it, so his cited putting themselves on the cover of vogue as the vote challenge to show diversity that should be on. Bo and the people were like like people are like that but wait. We don't WANNA be invoke. We want to be on essence because that's always been our home.

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"farrah" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"farrah" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"On the scene hello I'm so excited for this I've been waiting all year this is a really exciting new artist who is she's young and up and coming her name is Sophia Abraham it's queen recognize her from some other hits including but not limited to teen mom that's right because she's fair Abraham's daughter yeah so that's a little awkward but she wouldn't be the first so will that bring you want to be I don't know it's hard to talk about her because she is a child and I don't know if you know this she is often used as a an accessory to her mother yes so she's a little XS three like a handbag she's ten years old nine ten she just turned a level I think okay I was in the right range she's a nine ten or eleven eleven she's a young gal her mother Farrah Abraham has I'd like to users are cautioning cautionary tale and I will do so in just a little bit her mother made a name for herself first on the TV show sixteen and pregnant and then she was on teen mom and then she was on teen mom OG then she was the star of her very own porn call back door teen mom yeah I know we just follow her on social media her daughter Sophia eleven years old also has her own social media and it's pretty obvious so obvious so obvious that our mothers trying to make a pave a way of fame for her daughter shall we sampled the song I think you need to because it's delightful it's catchy and it's probably the song of the summer the name of the song is best the best friend by Sophia Abraham here is best the best friend this best friends forever in fact you can read the lyrics on mine because I think they posted them hello that's exciting yes this all through this was all I guess a birthday present for her but her instincts all this.

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How Video Content Marketing Can Learn From Good Writing with Ann Handley from Marketing Profs

HEY.com - Video Content Marketing Tips

09:14 min | 2 years ago

How Video Content Marketing Can Learn From Good Writing with Ann Handley from Marketing Profs

"My name is gain golden from video up and bid target. Along with my co-host my new coast. She's R. E. N. W. T. W. E. L. E. Y. Rene tea leaf video explained a lower Ni. Lo I am absolutely thrilled because hosting this podcast with you. I am so excited so much fun. And today we have a special guest and Ham. We from Marketing Profs. Welcome in. I'm so excited to be how come I don't get a big. You know a big little little rhyme around my last name. She's she's an H. A. N. D. L. E. Y. Just one letter of each. But she's Hanley for marketing Ross. That is so much better. I feel I feel now. I feel honored to be here fantastic and we asked you here because you are the expert for marketing. Profs about content marketing. And and we see you and you can tell us. Farrah we see you as the expert in writing principles but we want you to help inform us about how those principles can help with video. We know you video two and you talk about it. But how do these writing principles affect videoed? Is that a good topic for today at the perfect topic for today right so this is going to be a very short conversation next week. Thanks for being here so my first question to you is i. I WanNa talk in your training. You talked about writing writing rough drafts and outlines. Everyone does it differently but when we do videos at least personally what I do is I sort of write an outline because I find if I write a script. I'm too formal and and could you help us understand how video creators and business video creators can write better outlines that serve the videos. Yeah I mean first of all what I think is important to highlight in. What you just said was that you write an outline right and you know I do a lot of interviews like this. I do a lot of podcasts. And sometimes the host will say. Oh we're just GONNA wing it. We're just going to have a conversation. And that's fine like you want to allow for that sort of free whaling back and forth. You want it to feel conversational but you do want to have an outline right. You want to have a sense of guideposts and I think of them like you know sort of bumpers on the bowling lane right. It kind of keeps the ball from from going too far astray so that you know you're next thing you know you're you're completely in the gutter in zone. Metaphorically speaking I mean and so I think it's important to to write for video number. One and part of that is an outline. Sometimes it's a full blown script but depending on you know your project but I think it's important to involve some sort of writing in in your video creation process. So how do you do that You know I think. Writing for video is a little bit different than writing for text You know I published an email newsletter every other week For through my own personal website at an Hanley Dot com and how I approach that newsletter is not how I approach a video script. You know where to where to create you know by a Bi weekly or monthly video which I do not by the way but just having a sense. That video is much more conversational And that the the the tone and the effect of a video is a little bit different than taxed but nonetheless. I I still think you need some sort of guideposts along the way so a very specific tip around. That is whenever I read video script. This is gonNA sound. You know maybe Maybe a little bit elemental. But I don't use periods I use ellipses because when you like as we're speaking now for example it's not exactly like there is a hard stop as I'm speaking to you. Dane Andrey Comma. It's much more conversational. And so I find that when speaking in video that one line more or less does sort of morph into the other so when you put in on the lips versus a period. I think if you're following a script when you do that it prevents you from actually reading. You know what I'm saying. That's a great point because I was writing a script for someone the other day and I wrote and they didn't. It didn't sound like I had written it so I will be using that Well like you said like it doesn't sound like I had written it. Dot Dot dot dot dot nine series. That's how I would write that you know because I think if you say they'll Howard written it so you know it just it. It has a different sort of flow in a different tone. If you don't plan for a a real hard stop if instead one-sentence does roll into the other and that's the importance of the Ellipse by lips by the way for anybody who doesn't know it's like a literal dot dot dot instead of a period. Yeah I think that's a really great tip and I've actually been given scripts and as I start to read it out loud it just. It's grammatically correct. But it just sounds so formal and nothing. I would actually say in person so what I personally do was go through the script. Read it out loud and then change anything. That doesn't sound like I would naturally say like I'm speaking to someone And so I think you're tip is it's spot on. I love that So I have a question a little bit different. It's really around. You know I've I've heard you mention that marketers play it safe. They don't take big risks so as a marketer myself I I find this topic to be fascinating. So why is it that you think that marketers are playing it safe? And what advice do you have for them to sort of maybe get them out of their comfort zone to be able to take big risks for something that might be risk worthy? Yeah that's a really good point Risks are not worth taking all the time but I do think you just. I love how you term that you know. There are some things that I think are risk worthy An are there you know so. Why do marketers not take risks? I think there are a few reasons. It depends on the organization and it depends on the marketer. I think as well but number one from an organizational standpoint. It can be really difficult to rally team around something. That's risky because you're always going to have that person on the team who's like. Oh I don't know you know it's like we never we try to do something different. You know it it just feels like less of ashore thing my philosophy though is that if a sure thing it's probably not the best thing when it's one of those moments that matters right and so So you know a classic example would be if you are you know if you're launching a new product for example and you're launching a brand new marketing campaign you have to have the the the mindset that you want it to to do two things like you wanted to to breakthrough as everyone in marketing and every business everywhere wants to do But the second thing is you know you want it to reflect who you are as a company as an individual as a team depending on your point of view depending on who you are and so. I think it's important to take risks with that in mind right so you want something to actually resonate with your audience but you also want it to reflect who you are as a as a person and as a company and. I think it's difficult to do that. If you're always worried about offending somebody You know I I just I think if you try to appeal to everybody as the saying goes you know you're not going to be able to to anybody and so I would rather have one hundred raving fans than you know. One hundred thousand people who are sort of you know an on me right and you know that that one hundred thousand space is maybe it feels like it's a better place to be but ultimately for most businesses. I don't think it's the place we want to be. I mean most businesses don't really want to fit in with everyone else and kind of do the same things that everybody else is doing. It's just hard for people to kind of break out of that and do something. That's maybe untested know that it's even GonNa work Yeah so yeah and I I think one way around that is is to you know D- so determine those moments that matter most determined those moments when you you feel like you need to take a risk of some kind that you need to approach it with a different kind of mindset and start there I mean I'm I'm not saying that you need to to do crazy things and push the envelope all the time but I definitely think that there are moments when it's our jobs as marketers to appeal to the the the mindset of the person who's going to connect with you the very most so find that person figure out what will resonate most with them and don't worry about everybody else.

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A Mountain Bike Adventure Through Greenland

The World Nomads Podcast

08:00 min | 2 years ago

A Mountain Bike Adventure Through Greenland

"Our first guest is Chris Wing. He's the owner of big mountain bike adventures based in Whistler Canada and he's just launched a mountain biking tripping greenland inspired by his photographer. Friend been hanging. What are you laughing at? My insurance coverage along a guy who's solo traverse the route said Proxima two hundred kilometer trail trail. And it's all self supported very remote and he did this on his own and And then you know we spoke about it and I'm a I'm a tour operator amount by tour operator and have been almost twenty years and I thought it was an interesting idea to go there with you know with a small group of people and consider launching a you know a guided trip The first ever actually agreement. So yeah so. It was Benn's initial reconnaissance trip. And then we you know he was the the very first person to have ever mountain biking greenland there have been You know people going there in the wintertime and and snowbiking but In terms the traditional mountain biking. He was the first and then we went over this past September a few months ago with a group of five and checked it out. I I I can imagine that the favorite of logistics involved in Making show this is a safe journey as well. It some it's truly. You know I've been. I've been in this business for almost twenty years. I've never never been to such a remote destination as as greenland and you know. It's one of those. It's one of those trips that you you know. It's it's an adventure. It's a trip but it's really truly an expedition where you need to plan for For possibilities where things could would go from comfortable and fairly exposed to very exposed quickly. You know if you had a You you know if the weather turned or or an injury or even a simple mechanical problems your bike you know getting somebody evacuated in that part of the world is you know it's a is is quite an ordeal so Yeah it was. It was definitely required. Some very careful planning and you know the right group of people that need to come together to do this trip. It looks amazing. Unlike the downhill beat the buy. Yes yes no doubt. Two hundred and fifty as it's not easy easy there is some challenging aspects to it. Yeah no it's it's true in. It's it's a bike packing trip also and which is kind of a a a- An emerging style of mountain biking It's become quite popular in you know in recent years and and basically it's like going on hiking trip but with your mountain bike where you're you know you've got very very light wage setup. That's that's fixed on your bike. So they've developed. You know really cool bags that fit onto your bike. In such a way that don't inhibit. The you know the the writer from from peddling and maneuvering a new ring the bike so it's not like traditional paint gays but these are small bags it kind of fit in various places on your bike and as I said has to be very very lightweight late light lightweight they've developed ten specifically per byte by packing. And so you're you know you're riding. You're pushing your bike From point to appoint in camping during the night. So it's It's really definitely an acquired experience. Not everyone yeah. I hang on light white and called called by doesn't seem to get to be old. That's Oh yeah you're hundred percent correct like I. I consider myself to be someone that's experienced quite a few ooh difficult situations and hardships. And and I you know I I love I love being out in the elements But on this trip I was. It's you're you're you're exactly correct where you know. You need to pack as lightly as possible in almost that kind of scenario where your cut your toothbrush. Notice Shave a few grams Type of thing and and your food everything has to be really calculated every Calorie But when we arrived camps he'd been writing approximately eight to ten hours a day in you pull into a you know the place where you're GonNa camp for the night and then all of a sudden you know your body is cooling down and MM attempt is cooling down considerably and The nights that we're you know we're there. Your I was basically every single layer of clothing that I had in my sleeping bag while sleeping so it was Yeah it was a little bit you know it was on the verge of being like okay. This is a little bit. Almost you know Berry exposed where you know that if you've got every single layer on clothing in your sleeping bag through the night that You know there's no margin. There's very little margin. Farrah Garad for for comfort. That say you'd say you're writing details today but that must be because you have to keep stopping and looking at the amazing reviews. Some you know it's it's it's an amazing place really I mean. The Arctic is is unique and appreciated just the vast remote nature of Greenland. Just you know there wasn't you'd stop. Stop Riding and look around and it was you know completely dead silent you know. We saw a reindeer couple of eagles GREENLANDIC. Eagles would come and check us out and men That was that was pretty much yet terms of wildlife and you know just a few other hikers here and there that we encounter. I had that feeling feeling. We all did where you're just so so remote and so exposed to the elements that it was a little unnerving at times where you felt like h you know it was kind of another level of exposure. We can greenland but very cool all and memorable. That's for sure we spot device that allowed us to send a text if we you know in an emergency I find when you're when you go to places like like Greenland that haven't seen a lot of tourism you're you gain this kind of really deep appreciation for nature Because it seems like a planet is becoming more traveled and places cases are more busier than they've ever been and so to go to a place that has few humans is is quite quite special and you really feel like you want to do your best protect Greenland of course and then everywhere else you go. We are essentially a travel insurance company at the end. Yes no ask you some questions about how you did. Some preparations reparations because yeah in providing travel insurance in Suchai remote like we've got some problems as you say it's hot get somebody evacuated. It's expensive. There's a problem for us because we provide the service that we like to promise that we can't because it's impossible because it just doesn't exist for that reason why not sell policies cease to North Korea because we can't do job that did you have any special resources. Did you hook up with a evacuation company. How did you will nice thank you well? It's it's a very good question because we're you know we're we're of course boldly going to be selling packages to to greenland to to those. That have the experience and the The ability first and foremost on if we needed to be evacuated we would have to be calling in a helicopter. OPT from from nook. which is the you know the capital? It's a horribly expensive operation. You know we just are very transparent of course swith participants in that if if it's if it's required you know it's something that one is going to have to You know to foot the bill folks for obviously we do we do have the contact in place if it was needed and dob we we do everything we possibly can to to avoid. You know having to get enough in evacuating

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Disappointed Face

Morning Mantra

04:58 min | 3 years ago

Disappointed Face

"Is disappointed. Face disappointed face. All the started a few weeks ago on a trip to the grocery store halfway there my daughter Roz piping up from the back seat. I WANNA racing card. I WANNA racing car. You may be familiar with the racing cards that she is referring to. They are the enormous unwieldy shopping carts that have a front facing bench for kids on top with steering wheels for them to turn and little squeaky horns for them to beep deep and the turning radius of Assembly Farrah's all the upsides and for me the only thing worse than we do you to use it is when we don't get to use it. There have been screaming tantrums over these things which is never a good way to start a grocery store experience so on this particular occasion we were going to a particularly clearly large and overwhelming grocery store and we were going there at peak family grocery shopping time Saturday at eleven. Am and I knew that there was a better than even chance that we it would be out of luck on finding a recent cart available so I turned her as in the back seat to try and prepare her for the worst. Maybe there will be a race in cart. I said Eh maybe there won't know there will be one is her boilerplate response to a statement like this. She lives in a world where it's always possible that if she says something loudly enough she can will into being and if there isn't. I said we're going to be very disappointed. This was met with another. No there will be one to which I said. Can you show Oh me you're disappointed face now. Let me be very clear. I am not a parenting wizard. At best. I am a parenting stopped clock and occasionally. Finally I can grind my gears enough to be stopped at the exact minute of the day when I most need to be right. This was one of those occasions because as soon as Rosina I started testing out different versions of our disappointed face on one another. We were too busy giggling to really care which party got and there were no reason carts so roz to use her best disappointed face face when I lifted her into the regular ask card and I got to maneuver through the overwhelming aisles with a manageable amount of awkwardness I learned to prepare for for the worst and be surprised by the best when I was pretty young kid and I remembered proudly telling my mom's best friend that I have figured it all out. I assume that I'm going to lose lose the game of monopoly because then I either get to enjoy the fact that I was right and stu and self righteous indignation. I knew it who I would lose or or I get to be pleasantly surprised by victory. I hadn't planned on which way sweeter than one you've been expecting. I said this to her around the age to eat as if I had unlocked the secret to life and now I kind of get why I'd convinced myself that this was the one true way. My mom had cancer. She often had to rush to the hospital. Unexpectedly and advice sat there expecting her to come home then every minute. She didn't come home was a disappointment appointment and the phone would ring it would turn out to be my dad saying that actually they'd be staying the night and could we stay over at whatever friends house. We ended up at that afternoon. I learned learned to reverse engineer. My expectations assume that every doctor's appointment would turn into a hospital stay of unknown duration assume that every phone call was unfortunate news news then enjoy the moments when my dad was actually calling say we'll be home in time for supper. Let those be reward from ingrain pessimism. I think that when I declared my new philosophy to my mom's best friend she knew exactly what I meant. I saw without understanding the sadness in her reaction so I checked myself sometimes as I think about how to teach Roz about dealing with disappointment both with my words and my actions I want to have a framework for how to deal when things don't go her way but I don't want her to grow up thinking that the only way to be happy is to assume that the worst will come to pass. I'm glad that it helps her to have a disappointed face. As dramatic as the disappointment may sometimes be because I would rather that than resigned face so the mantra disappointment is real it deserves to be seen and heard and four year olds disappointment over the wrong. Grocery Cart is not lesser because it is the disappointment of child disappointed. Face is the mode we enter when we are giving space to our feelings because we gave ourselves the gift of allowing ourselves to feel them in the first place rather than head them off at the pass disappointed face does not take over our day. It's something we can practice and it's something we can put away away. When the moment has passed however long that takes feelings may be inconvenient but they do not become less so because we deprived them of space or trained ourselves away from meeting them disappointed face is both the vocal ization and the letting go you

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"farrah" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:54 min | 3 years ago

"farrah" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Two one nine because as a great topic how about Farrah Fawcett in the made for TV movie extremities I was never a fan of hers until that movie she was transferred to transform from a bomb shell to a real woman you could relate to her character I'm extremities was not a TV movie the TV movie that she did was burning bed extremities was a theatrical movie I'm that's where she takes the would be rapist and hides end and jams and into the fireplace James Russo is the with a would be rapist intense yeah based on a play she did the stage version of it they made a movie out of it but the you were thinking of the TV movie as per is the burning bed where she sets the bed on fire because her husband is away it was a B. I think Paul le mat Paul the man from American graffiti and then of course Melvin and Howard one of the greatest movies ever made was the abuser in that movie and then she set the bed on fire based on a true story so extremities was theatrical burning bed was was made for TV and in both of those movies she did strip down the you know the the whole bomb shell you know Farrah Fawcett hair beauty kind of a look Hey Nick trucker Ernie here transformations world about demi Moore shaving your head and getting buffer GI Jane she got plastic surgery for striptease did she give us specifically for striptease and even know early on pregnant for seven sign seven signed really one of the stupidest movies ever made you ever see the seventh sign I was in its in its Apocalypto movie you know normally I like a park mall punk look those an actual movie that's a Mel Gibson movie which movie I I love that movie eight one five very causes about into Michael hall in the movie Johnny big Johnnie big you ever see Johnny be good now was yeah Johnny be good with where he played like a a high of a high school football star we can you know like a bad **** quarterbacks but he got bumped up a little bit for it this is in the eighties this is like right after the after the succession of John Hughes movies that he did yeah so he thought he could do no wrong in the dropdown junior sent to Paul Gleason from breakfast club is also in Hey he's being courted by a bunch of colleges to be in as good a football scholarship so it's about him going from college to college you know trying to figure out the Thurman's first movie really yeah she plays she plays his love interest I was also John Hawkes isn't as a as a pizza delivery boy and it it's it's one of those deals where like it's it's it's it's he's in one scene and it's one of the worst scenes ever and it's John Hawkes you know like pre go T. like he's very young and it any place a pizza delivery guy and he had he gets like pepperoni all over his face like a slam a pizza into his face and and they show this clip from time to time to embarrass John John Hawkes now that he's you know like a really adored in an amazingly talented actor they showed a clip from Johnny B. Goode whenever it is an unbelievably terrible movie but you know what movies even worse there any Michael hall directed hail Caesar not to be confused with the with the terrible Coen brothers movie that's another movie I don't like is hail Caesar best thing in that movie was the scene where ray fines is given direction we're see what ray fines is given the line reading to who is the do the dude canning Tatum yeah no no no no no no no no no no the other the other guy the guy with the cowboys is the he was like a lead in the use the lead in the movie that ray fines or three postscript if he can come I can't remember the guy's name but that's the it was the only seen that movie that I just I've let I laughed my **** off during that scene the rest of the movie I could not stand was it Alden Ehrenreich yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah the other guys seem console yet again please Han solo in solo right that guy anyway we when ray fines is given him no one if you remember the scene I'm talking about yes he's he's giving aligned with the line is he's given on the line with the only thing I laughed at the entire month of that movie was terrible but anyway hail Caesar with a better one directed by Anthony Michael hall and it is ridiculous and with Robert Downey junior's in one scene and it I'm in it I this is one Robert Downey junior in this came up pretty late so the Robert Downey junior was in in the in the middle of getting of self clean so he's only in one scene but in Johnny B. Goode I believe there was a lot of substance abuse going on in that movie but yeah how about Chris Pratt now Geller guardians of the galaxy yeah I like like I like my Chris Pratt I like I said before I like input G. and goofy yeah I like a pudgy goofy and dumb basically I like Gandhi that's the that's yeah that's that's what I thought when I think of how much I love Chris Pratt it's always been it's a it's always handy you know what's your name the the who's married to again previously unfair on affairs yeah I saw she released a memoir like a book and the forward is by Chris Pratt no there there I think it yeah he just got married yeah you might want to the wedding really yeah no they're good they're on really good they're fine that's met and they also because I think they have kids together too so there the other to their their remaining friendly that's good yeah yeah yeah yeah I was sad to see that I was sad to see them break up because I love both of them when I was married to the Arnold Schwarzenegger in our four senators daughter she's yeah but but yeah I know when I was sad to see them break up because I like them both so much because they're both so funny and likable now yeah and I was also sad you wind up because I like it when to really talented and funny people get together because I'm like oh well they're going to have their offspring is gonna be hilarious and awesome and I you know when I felt that way about on a Ferris and and and Chris Pratt I don't know the people but that's just the public me on my perception of them but I was very upset when will Arnett nimi polar broke up very upset because there there's you know all right every time I every time I I I I think of will and that I think of then then then it meant I think of the final countdown is every time job did one of his magic tricks he did so **** up but not tricks Michael there is usually all right let's take a break here we get the news coming up.

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"farrah" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"farrah" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"And they know somebody works here. The say, hey, let me tell you about Farrah's. He is going to apply for this position. And I wanted you to be aware of it. Would you Email HR and give them a heads up that that you know, me? And then I think they're really great candidate. This is how it works practically speaking because Dave, and I talk about this on his show when I'm guessing on his show. We hire a lot of people, but we turned down a huge percentage of people. And again, we're looking for people that we can vouch for the, you know, the somebody at this company knows enough in it's a strong enough a connection that we trust the recommendation so for us. That's what you have to do. And I'll say this again, I want Ilson we've had three or four people who've listened to show get hired here. I'd love for you to get here for us. But there's no shortcut. I'm not going to go recommend you. And you didn't ask me to? But my point is you gotta find the connection in the relationship to see if you can get in if someone will recommend you. And then they're going to look at all the qualifications. But at least it gets your resume a look, by the way, our HR teams on the lookout for Ken Coleman show resume templates. So you would do well to use that eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven's. Go to Andro quicken. Dallas Texas, Andrew you're on the Ken Coleman show. Are you? I'm living the dream, sir. How are you? Not too bad. Not too bad. How can I help? I guess my. Question is based off of just networking. So I I found my sweet spot. It's it's an computer technician. Our technology. Sorry. And so, you know, I got the research and everything are down. But it's just a matter of networking now. Like, your last caller just building those relationships. Yeah. So if you could just give me some tips or advice on outages start those relationship. Let's start with the proximity principle. You heard me talk about this before. I'm a little I let me give it to you ready. I want you to grasp this. This is about as simple as anything you've ever heard. But it's crazy powerful. Drew in order for you to get hired in computer tech. You gotta be around people that are working in computer tech and be in places where either computer tech folks are being trained or computer techs tech support people are being hired. You gotta get around people that are in your industry where you want to be because when you begin to relationship there, then they tell you about opportunities not only they tell you about opportunities. But if the relationship is strong enough, they recommend you. And just like, I told the last caller you're coming in at the top of the pile, your resumes been pulled off the pile, and you're going to get an interview with the rest of the people don't get a phone call or an Email. And so you also need to get in proximity is also you sitting down and having lunch or coffee with some people that are successful in that industry. And you ask them, how'd you get in? Where would you recommend that? I poked my head in, you know, just just go. Do some homework by answering is asking some questions of people who are in the space that you're in. You sitting at home and looking around linked in and trying to find something online feels intimidating and it should because there was no connection. You feel like it's a it's like a pebble in the ocean. That's what you feel like don't you? Yes. Because you're not working relationships. And so the proximity principle is all about getting around those people. And then one of the thing I tell people to shake the relationship tree you need to think about your acquaintances. Not just your close family and friends in the Dallas area. But just you know, who do you know from Welham in a bowling league or I play golf over here. These guys you got to start talking to your Quainton says because all those acquaintances these are people who are nice to you and friendly to you, and you.

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Beyond the iPhone, Apple announces special September event

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

00:23 sec | 4 years ago

Beyond the iPhone, Apple announces special September event

"The Thursday, the show opens officially to the public tomorrow. Apple announces its next key noted special event which it holds in September and not as being announced at five PM central European time today, suddenly who has announcement that apple is holding its special event on September twelve. Apple is probably the only company Nick

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Samy, Berlin and Hungary discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

02:16 min | 4 years ago

Samy, Berlin and Hungary discussed on BBC World Service

"I don't think suspension was extended also this half hour the rolling stones are going on tour again they talked to the bbc about runins with donald trump how samy being a rockstar really tom brady else in my life it's limiting really fifty so it's very close to where existence hello this is kathy clugston with the bbc news fresh protests against israel are expected today in the palestinian territories on the seventieth anniversary of what palestinians call the number or catastrophe you allow nell is in jerusalem there's a very high chance of course of renewed violence particularly along the israel gaza border the funerals of those dozens of people who were killed in the protests have to take place some of them are for children we're told that the baby was also killed after inhaling tear gas and i think after those funerals take place that's going to drive a lot of the mourners back towards the protest comes along the border because anyway today is traditional data of protests in the palestinian calendar it's the day of that catastrophe as they see it and this is when they remember how when the state of israel was created in one thousand nine hundred forty eight hundreds of thousands of palestinians were expelled or fled from their homes on land that became part of this state of israel the taliban have launched a coordinated attack on the province provincial capital of farah in western afghanistan with parts of the city reported to have fallen and people fleeing in panic elia atrophy reports friedberg tower head off the farrah provincial council told the bbc heavy fighting was continuing between the afghan forces and palestine insurgents mr bush tower said i've gone forces stationed there needed immediate support eyewitnesses said the taliban have captured the provincial office of the national security directorate there are also reports that the deputy chief of police has been killed fighting is now ongoing five hundred meters from the police headquarters witnesses also tell of for real panic amongst the people as everyone tries to leave the city the open society foundation funded by the billionaire george soros says it's closing its office in hungary and relocating to berlin the organization which funds civil society project gets blamed its decision on what it called an increasingly repressive political and legal environment in hungary the.

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The 30 Year Quest To Tame The 'Wily' Cancer Gene

Morning Edition

02:09 min | 4 years ago

The 30 Year Quest To Tame The 'Wily' Cancer Gene

"The time it was just video another acronym another medical term it turns out ross is the driving force in about thirty percent of all cancers a million cancer deaths each year and no drug can target this mutation at least not yet and peers richard harris picks up the story rafts is the very first human cancer gene ever discovered it also turns out to be amazingly common but so a major player in lung cancer and the major driver of pancratic cancer and also metric my own in phnom colon cancer and many other kansas as well frank mccormick was working at a small biotech company in the san francisco bay area back in the early 1980's when this cancer gene was identified and he convinced his company to look for drugs and tests to combat we took off from the so big got into the game and made a few eddie discoveries and fell in love with a whole project long time ago the healthy grass gene instructs the cell to make a protein that is basically an onoff switch the tells living cells wind to start dividing but encounter sells these which is basically defectors or stuck in the on state most of the time so cells just keep on dividing in forming tumors given the genes central role in cancer many drug companies jumped into the fray to develop drugs to fix this broken switch mccormick says people got into the drugs the regain very early for farrah's they tried and failed very early also so people moved away from wrath of the target it got the moniker undrinkable because we've been working on it for thirty five years and so far we don't have a dragon a clinic that works adrian cox at the university of north carolina has also spent her entire career working on rafts she says the failure to come up with a drug is not for lack of crying and speak has rats is a wily beast it's been described variously as a greasy ball meaning there is no good pockets to stick and drug into that's how other targeted cancer drugs work the gym up the works and kill the cancer cells but drug companies couldn't find a drug that would stick to this greasy ball then about four years ago that then head of the national cancer institute harold varmus decided.

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