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Fresh update on "five" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "five" discussed on AP News Radio

" Several people have been killed and dozens others injured after a magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck southern Iran, rescue teams rushed to the epicenter about 620 miles south of the capital Tehran. In this small village of sage kosh rescue workers attempted to retrieve those stuck under the rubble, immediately after the early morning quake residents poured into the streets as aftershocks continued to jolt the area, buildings and infrastructure were badly damaged throughout, one woman told of her ordeal as she was taken away on a stretcher. I was asleep when I woke up, I felt something heavy on my body. My kids were screaming mummies definitely dead. Thank God with the help of my children, the rubble was removed. I'm Karen Chammas.

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Five dead, dozens injured in strong earthquake in Iran

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 hrs ago

Five dead, dozens injured in strong earthquake in Iran

"Several people have been killed and dozens others injured after a magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck southern Iran rescue teams rushed to the epicenter about 620 miles south of the capital Tehran In this small village of sage kosh rescue workers attempted to retrieve those stuck under the rubble immediately after the early morning quake residents poured into the streets as aftershocks continued to jolt the area buildings and infrastructure were badly damaged throughout one woman told of her ordeal as she was taken away on a stretcher I

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How Can Parents Remove Woke Orgs From Schools? Pastor John Tells Us

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | Last week

How Can Parents Remove Woke Orgs From Schools? Pastor John Tells Us

"I'm pure ya mom here with my son tonight. Connor. And I had a question regarding, we've been going to school board meetings for the past two years in puree unified. And a big group of parents and we've got this organization right now called bloom 360 five going on in a lot of the school districts in Arizona. And I wanted to point on it because you talked about what is a man and in this organization, they disguise it as something else where they basically paint boys and men as all bad abusers and that if they're the provider of the home, that's a stereotype. So I guess we're having trouble. How do we get these organizations out of our schools? Besides running for school board, because I'm already doing that, this coming November. So I'm going to get on there and get it out. But I just want to help, I just want parents in the community if they're having these situations where we've got these big organizations or these big companies in our schools, how do we get them out of our schools? Right. And you're speaking about our public schools, correct? Yeah, correct. You know, when Madeline O'Hara fought to remove prayer from school. They had to replace prayer with something. They brought in metal detectors. They brought in cops. They brought in dogs, and they brought in all kinds of things. Here's the reality. When a place has told God that he's not welcome, that place becomes cursed. It's kind of hard for us to expect to have children receive our viewpoints and ideologies in a school system that's postmodern. And a school system that pushes socialism and Marxist ideologies. The best thing for us to do when we see that taking place is to find turning point school. Find dream city school, find a charter school that's not pushing those woke ideologies.

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The Difference Between Fun and Happiness

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:39 sec | Last month

The Difference Between Fun and Happiness

"How does one enjoy daily life is one of the ways of forming the question with regard to happiness? And I would like to offer some answers. One of them is in my book on happiness, happiness is a serious problem. Where it's the chapter on the difference between fun and happiness. They're not the same. However, I do note that fun is important. It's not the same as happiness and the pursuit of fun is the opposite of the pursuit of happiness.

Does College Make Students Happier or Less Happy?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:54 sec | Last month

Does College Make Students Happier or Less Happy?

"When college makes most kids happier or less happy. I know the answer to that. They walk in well, now it's earlier about high schools. But this is not a theme of today's happiness hour, but it is worthy of noting. In gratitude is the mother of unhappiness, gratitude is the mother of happiness and every degree in American universities is in gratitude. Whatever the degree is, sociology, women's studies, or physics. You get a degree in ingratitude. And our colleges, people the most pampered generation, it's true for mine, too. Kids will go to college, generally speaking, very pampered.

The Hypocrisy of the Gun Debate

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:51 sec | Last month

The Hypocrisy of the Gun Debate

How Capital Punishment Saves Lives

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:48 sec | Last month

How Capital Punishment Saves Lives

"Yesterday or just this past week. Of a man who presumably would have been executed, had we had Texas presumably does have execution. But it doesn't matter. He was not executed. It is so difficult to ever execute anybody. There are so many ways to avoid it so many legal challenges so long it takes 5 people are dead. Because this man was alive. He was being transported from gatesville to Huntsville for a medical appointment. There you go. Take a look, Gonzalo

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Escaped Texas Convict Shot Dead by Law Enforcement

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:32 min | Last month

Escaped Texas Convict Shot Dead by Law Enforcement

"Escape Texas inmate Gonzalo Lopez was killed by authorities after being accused of murdering 5 people. That's a mass murder, my Friends. The Leon county sheriff's office said in a social media post. He was armed with an AR-15 and a pistol. No officers were injured during the exchange. Now, believe it or not, comes the line. It's one line its actually two, four, 6, 8 words. Just 8 words. That is of enormous significance. Lopez 46 an inmate serving a life sentence. Now you know. People who argue against capital punishment argue primarily that an innocent may be killed. Which is entirely accurate innocent might be killed. It's extremely unlikely. But it is certainly possible. I have argued against that notion all of my life on behalf of capital punishment for murder. That far more innocence are murdered. Because we don't have capital punishment. Then innocence would be murdered. If we did, have capital punishment.

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Florida Rep. Greg Steube Pulls out Weapons During House Discussion

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | Last month

Florida Rep. Greg Steube Pulls out Weapons During House Discussion

"Greg steube was actually explaining to fellow Democrats what is going to happen if they pass this bill and he shows guns that the Democrat led bill would ban, including a very simple handgun, and just listen to how this unfolds. Let's just say the infamous representative Sheila Jackson Lee. She doesn't get as much coverage as she used to. Sheila Jackson Lee used to get a ton of coverage. And now you just got so many clowns over there. You got AOC, you got bush, you got Cory bush. You got ayanna Pressley, Rashida Tlaib. She just kind of blends in now. She doesn't stand out as much as she used to. Play cut 74. This is a XL 6 hour P 360 five. Comes with a 15 round magazine. Here's a 7 round magazine, which would be less than what would be lawful under this bill if this bill we're going to come all. It doesn't fit. So this gun would be banned. It's not loaded. I'm at my house. I can do whatever I want with my guns. Democrats want to control your guns at all times. So he shows the gun to the he shows up the gun with good. Firearm control, by the way. And he has it right up to the camera. Good form, and proper form I should say. And representative Sheila Jackson Lee, they really are so concerned about gun control. She says, I hope that gun isn't loaded. And he's like, I put my house. I can do whatever I want with my guns. His proper response would be like, of course it's loaded. Are you kidding me? This is not just here to show you. They really do believe in gun control. Now the great response from rep stube came on Twitter. Where Democrats are losing their mind that representative stube would even motion that he's showing a gun. So Eric swalwell said with a screen grab of representative stew base said, this is who Republicans are. Kids are being buried and they're bragging about how many guns they own during our gun safety hearing. They are not serious. They are a danger to our kids. We're representative Greg steube, responded and said, if you hate the Second Amendment, move to China, I hear you know some people there. Of course, a slight towards Eric swalwell's lover, fang fang. The Chinese spy, where Eric swalwell was very close to fang fang, and never got held accountable to that.

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Not much wind and a lot of Will as Zalatoris leads at PGA

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Not much wind and a lot of Will as Zalatoris leads at PGA

"25 year old will zalatoris playing in just his second PGA Championship holds the 36 hole lead after a brilliant bogey 360 five lifted him to 9 under and a one shot break of a PGA rookie mito Pereira Obviously being bogey free is pretty nice around this place but we lucked out a little bit with the draw for sure I played the last 8 holes really with not much wind but take it when you can get it Justin Thomas after a second consecutive 67 is next at 6 under and bubba Watson moved to 5 under after posting a PGA record equaling 63 Tiger Woods made two late birdies to make a last minute move inside the cut line but world number one Scottie scheffler did not finishing its 6 over I'm Graham

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Live updates | Bubba Watson shoots 63 to match PGA record

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Live updates | Bubba Watson shoots 63 to match PGA record

"25 year old will zalatoris playing in just his second PGA Championship holds the 36 hole lead after a brilliant bogey 360 five lifted him to 9 under and a one shot break of a PGA rookie mito Pereira Justin Thomas after a second consecutive 67 is next at 6 under and bubba Watson removed to 5 under after posting a PGA record equaling 63 Rory McIlroy is among those 5 Beck at four under Tiger Woods made two late booties to make a last minute move inside the cut line but world number one Scottie scheffler did not finishing at 6 over I'm Graham

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Tkachuk scores 3, Flames beat Oilers 9-6 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Tkachuk scores 3, Flames beat Oilers 9-6 in Game 1

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Pivetta tosses 2-hitter to lead Red Sox past Astros 5-1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Pivetta tosses 2-hitter to lead Red Sox past Astros 5-1

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Justin Turner 3-run HR, Dodgers top D-backs for 4-game sweep

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Justin Turner 3-run HR, Dodgers top D-backs for 4-game sweep

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Stocks fall sharply as Target's woes renew inflation fears

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Stocks fall sharply as Target's woes renew inflation fears

"Hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Crossey Crossey Crossey Crossey reporting reporting reporting reporting stocks stocks stocks stocks fall fall fall fall sharply sharply sharply sharply as as as as targets targets targets targets woes woes woes woes renew renew renew renew inflation inflation inflation inflation fears fears fears fears stocks stocks stocks slumped slumped slumped on on on Wall Wall Wall Street Street Street Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday as as as the the the Dow Dow Dow Jones Jones Jones industrial industrial industrial average average average fell fell fell more more more than than than eleven eleven eleven hundred hundred hundred points points points and and and the the the S. S. S. and and and P. P. P. five five five hundred hundred hundred had had had its its its biggest biggest biggest drop drop drop in in in nearly nearly nearly two two two years years years for for for earnings earnings earnings reports reports reports from from from target target target and and and other other other major major major retailers retailers retailers added added added to to to inflation inflation inflation concerns concerns concerns the the the S. S. S. and and and P. P. P. dropped dropped dropped four four four percent percent percent the the the nasdaq nasdaq nasdaq fell fell fell four four four point point point seven seven seven percent percent percent and and and the the the Dow Dow Dow dropped dropped dropped three three three point point point six six six percent percent percent target target target lost lost lost a a a quarter quarter quarter of of of its its its value value value after after after reporting reporting reporting earnings earnings earnings that that that were were were far far far short short short of of of what what what analysts analysts analysts had had had forecast forecast forecast Wall Wall Wall Street Street Street appears appears appears headed headed headed to to to its its its sixth sixth sixth consecutive consecutive consecutive weekly weekly weekly loss loss loss hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi

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Ringling Bros. announces comeback tour without animal acts

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Ringling Bros. announces comeback tour without animal acts

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Officials say more areas of US may see mask recommendations

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Officials say more areas of US may see mask recommendations

"Health health health health officials officials officials officials say say say say America's America's America's America's virus virus virus virus pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic could could could could get get get get worse worse worse worse in in in in coming coming coming coming weeks weeks weeks weeks may may may may bring bring bring bring with with with with it it it it a a a a return return return return to to to to mask mask mask mask recommendations recommendations recommendations recommendations there's there's there's there's a a a a lot lot lot lot of of of of infections infections infections infections across across across across America America America America White White White White House House House House virus virus virus virus response response response response chief chief chief chief I I I I she she she she she she she she jotted jotted jotted jotted notes notes notes notes a a a a steady steady steady steady increase increase increase increase the the the the past past past past five five five five weeks weeks weeks weeks twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six percent percent percent percent just just just just last last last last week week week week CDC CDC CDC CDC director director director director Richelle Richelle Richelle Richelle Wilensky Wilensky Wilensky Wilensky says says says says nearly nearly nearly nearly a a a a third third third third of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans now now now now live live live live in in in in areas areas areas areas with with with with medium medium medium medium or or or or high high high high covert covert covert covert nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen community community community community levels levels levels levels where where where where they they they they are are are are high high high high we we we we urge urge urge urge local local local local leaders leaders leaders leaders to to to to encourage encourage encourage encourage the the the the use use use use of of of of prevention prevention prevention prevention strategies strategies strategies strategies like like like like masking masking masking masking a a a a public public public public indoor indoor indoor indoor settings settings settings settings Polanski Polanski Polanski Polanski says says says says hospitalization hospitalization hospitalization hospitalization rates rates rates rates are are are are also also also also up up up up nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen percent percent percent percent in in in in the the the the past past past past week week week week but but but but still still still still much much much much lower lower lower lower than than than than during during during during the the the the Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron wave wave wave wave Sager Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag mag on on on on the the the the at at at at the the the the White White White White House House House House

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Big winners and losers from Tuesday’s primaries

AP News Radio

00:59 min | Last month

Big winners and losers from Tuesday’s primaries

"Pennsylvania's Pennsylvania's Pennsylvania's Pennsylvania's Republican Republican Republican Republican Senate Senate Senate Senate primary primary primary primary between between between between former former former former president president president president trump's trump's trump's trump's pick pick pick pick Dr Dr Dr Dr Mehmet Mehmet Mehmet Mehmet oz oz oz oz and and and and David David David David McCormick McCormick McCormick McCormick too too too too close close close close to to to to call call call call but but but but results results results results are are are are in in in in for for for for other other other other races races races races in in in in the the the the five five five five states states states states voting voting voting voting yesterday yesterday yesterday yesterday staying staying staying staying in in in in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania John John John John Fetterman Fetterman Fetterman Fetterman won won won won the the the the democratic democratic democratic democratic Senate Senate Senate Senate primary primary primary primary after after after after having having having having a a a a stroke stroke stroke stroke trump trump trump trump picked picked picked picked Doug Doug Doug Doug must must must must Riana Riana Riana Riana won won won won the the the the Republican Republican Republican Republican governor's governor's governor's governor's primary primary primary primary he he he he protested protested protested protested outside outside outside outside the the the the capitol capitol capitol capitol January January January January six six six six in in in in North North North North Carolina Carolina Carolina Carolina his his his his pick pick pick pick for for for for Congress Congress Congress Congress incumbent incumbent incumbent incumbent Madison Madison Madison Madison Cawthorne Cawthorne Cawthorne Cawthorne lost lost lost lost to to to to Chuck Chuck Chuck Chuck Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards but but but but trump trump trump trump Senate Senate Senate Senate pick pick pick pick Ted Ted Ted Ted Budd Budd Budd Budd one one one one he'll he'll he'll he'll face face face face Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Cheri Cheri Cheri Cheri Beasley Beasley Beasley Beasley I I I I know know know know governor governor governor governor Brad Brad Brad Brad little little little little one one one one the the the the GOP GOP GOP GOP gubernatorial gubernatorial gubernatorial gubernatorial primary primary primary primary beating beating beating beating trump trump trump trump backed backed backed backed challenger challenger challenger challenger and and and and lieutenant lieutenant lieutenant lieutenant governor governor governor governor Janice Janice Janice Janice McGee McGee McGee McGee and and and and in in in in Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Republican Republican Republican Republican senator senator senator senator rand rand rand rand Paul Paul Paul Paul will will will will face face face face off off off off against against against against Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Charles Charles Charles Charles Booker Booker Booker Booker in in in in the the the the mid mid mid mid terms terms terms terms and and and and did did did did one one one one of of of of the the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's most most most most expensive expensive expensive expensive democratic democratic democratic democratic congressional congressional congressional congressional primaries primaries primaries primaries in in in in Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon that that that that crypto crypto crypto crypto billionaire billionaire billionaire billionaire backed backed backed backed newcomer newcomer newcomer newcomer conceded conceded conceded conceded to to to to a a a a long long long long time time time time lawmaker lawmaker lawmaker lawmaker I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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Turner powers Dodgers to doubleheader sweep of Diamondbacks

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Turner powers Dodgers to doubleheader sweep of Diamondbacks

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"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"His butt kicked nearly by one of them and barely escaped with his life. And now you've got this single djeddai. I presumably taking down all the i mean. There's probably like two dozen of these things but a landing and finally getting to the bridge. There has to be at least a couple dozen of and these things are just like like huge. They're like the iron giants as dark. Troopers them like tissue paper. Yeah and even off gideon that cuts to him a couple of times and he he's been composed. He's he's had the upper hand he has been control this whole time. And all of a sudden he's got this look on his face like I didn't know this was going to happen. Yeah perhaps know everything. He's he is. Bring me my brown pants time. Yes deadpool was right. This guy's wearing the brown and the entire time like this figure say's cloaked. Must really like you would have to know nothing about stars to dot of known who this was before we see other face. 'cause it i one is jesse. X wing is like okay. Well there's a number of people that fly the know how to fly x. Wings and other people alike. So it's like okay. Well then we get a cloak and it's like okay. Well the dress kind of like. Oh the got a lightsaber. And the minute i saw. It was one lightsaber. I knew it wasn't a soka using too. Yeah but you can't see the color of 'cause we're only seeing this footage which all in black and white but when you see hand only one hand has a glove on it and the other doesn't and they're using the forest. I was like okay. Well if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck at this point and like was watching this episode with us. He had a he and watch any of the others with us but he'd been watching this one. He ended up watching it with us. And jared is like bouncing down on the couch. Going total fan boy was going on alex. Eat as no clue. Years zero clue. He is like easy because because daddy is excited he's like giggling and jumping up and down. It is so cute and alek was tire episode. You loved it at just like are they. Did they did. They really did. They did they tell me you're doing the thing please doing. And of course you know groeger the entire time. He's like year. He's looking at with like the securities screened like djeddai friend. You know he's off. Yeah he's very very curious about is and you know what you know what's going on. And some people think that maybe he was communicating through like gale and because he can see the person so he was commuting via the forest. Like okay. you need. You know it's like we're on the bridge. Yeah this this is the part of the ship you need to come to or whatever and they finally do and of course you know there. Say they're just saying dart troopers being just being destroyed left to right. But they don't know just because they came on an x wing and have lightsaber doesn't mean this person's friend sarah early because really none of them have experienced with a whole lot of the bow raven. Then she's a little a little hirishi religious knows the soka and that's it so she's like you know but man does like open the door and they're like what are you talking about like we don't know what's going on his open the door because he knows that the k the kid knows that this person fred to be trusted and they opened the door and i've i've just collectively people just lost their mind when the hood comes down and it's can looks at first jared was like oh maybe it's you know sebastian. Stan looks a lot like young mark. Hamill it's no is mark hamill. It is young mark campbell. It is the they did the deepfake. Carrie fisher you know the thing that they did them going. So they're still working on the technology. They're still trying to get it right. Yeah but it's there it's and it's we saw. We saw the luke skywalker that we wanted to see on screen for ios since. nineteen eighty-three. Yeah finally finally got and we we never even got in. In the sequel trilogy we as like various. Cgi it's a little uncanny but there is young and you know he grew goes up to and and he's not. He's a little unsure. An luke talks to to to mando. Says you know you know he he wants. He wants your permission. He to leave wants to name but he wants to know if you're okay with it and then like so then you know we have. We have luke we have him being. Oh my gosh super bad ass. An amazing yeah full on djeddai that we really really wanted to see and then we have this moment with with mando and baby yoda which they in artan soul of the show up until this point and probably move to be honest but you know and mando explains them. No like you've got a master your power you know the can you can teach you and you you need to go and and any takes kid. Yes yes you get like a baby. Yoda is not gone. He's going to know in what capacity or what's going to happen and people have been joking like always go with luke and and and and kylo ren is going to kill him. And it's like yeah. It's the timelines outright for that now by the time kylo ren is old enough to be trained by luke our how we saw rogue who. It's going to be like another twenty years. Like i said there's a good like fifteen twenty year gap between now and the force the force awake so so don't worry don't worry about grow But but it's just as beautiful beautiful moment of last season. The armor told him. You know you. You're a clan of to in his father and mando he feels it he definitely responsibility and and he's he he accepts it and the you know he's gone through all this just to save up to to get his little buddy back. It is just like you like you've come such a long way mando and your wonderful foreign we love you to and you're gonna come back right. You'd come back for you know for for spring break or something Cut it ended up. You know you got to. I mean. I mean luke's did i academy is probably not going to be the way as the original jedi academy was with you know you you you cut off all contact with your former library and all that stuff. Yeah but it's you know it's like he'll be back but it's it's just goodbye for now and we'll we'll see you again but it is still you know you know when you're in your parents Like when your kid goes to college or something is i. Go will be back. It'll be different but you'll be back and and all that so it's just it's like know we finally figured out. We finally found where we're baby. Yoda belongs. but and then..

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Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Doris day ranch. China johnny late joe dimaggio joe mccarthy north author korea. You have been listening to the five ish fingernails podcast. You.

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Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"So in the late thirties He was doing classical music. Competitions and Was doing fairly well. Actually he was Doing concerts and he actually played with the chicago symphony orchestra. The age of twenty where he got really strong reviews So he toured all over the the midwest but in the forties He started to reinvent himself So he is sort of just being straight classical performance he changes act to one Featuring pop with a bit of classics or is he also called it. Classical music with the boring parts left out He went to new york city in the early forties. struggled a bit but by the mid forties. He was regularly performing in nightclubs Not just in new york but all over the us and was gaining national exposure with Because he got contracts with Some hotel chains and by then he'd pretty much abandoned the classical music altogether He would do things like Mix classical pieces with you more popular. Well known songs like something from chopin with home on the range. Oh boy so He he also did he interact with the audience. He take requests. He would talk to people crack jokes. He'd give random piano lessons to audience members He also started to pay more attention to things like lighting and staging because he really wanted to. He wanted to connect with the audience but also recognize that. There is a lot of competition in the classical piano world so he wanted to stand out and this is going to give him the out. Yup in nineteen forty four. He made his first appearance in las vegas. Which would become a kind of his principal venue from here on out so he was playing all the best clubs on the las vegas strip and getting a really good reviews of the subscription the chicago times at one point Descr said he made like chopin one minute and then turns into chico marx. The next so you know he's doing this. He's still working on his acts. Still refining it. Still finding the definitive liberace that we would come to know That's when he added the candelabra on the piano that became his trademark He was inspired by a similar. Prop in the chopin. Biopic a song to remember He he adopted. Just liberace one name liberace like share on a beyond say as a stage name and You know He wore white tie and tails so that people can see him better especially in large concert halls besides clubs and his other performances. Sometimes he also played private parties for the rich and famous including the Did a private part it firmed at a private party for j paul getty who was a millionaire oilman by eighteen forty seven he was billing himself as liberace the most amazing piano virtuoso of the present day so then had a piano to to to a match that so he bought a rare oversized. Gold leafed blue third grand piano which he referred to in his press kit as a priceless piano although later he would actually have a number of very extravagant custom pianos including ones encrusted with rhinestones lots of bling.

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Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"History seen. Yep yep he was. I like this description. In the in the wikipedia entries known for his relentless fighting style formidable punching power stamina and exceptionally durable chin. His considered one of the greatest boxers.

"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Lick gap. she's everybody's grandma. She's just the world's grandma she's just so cute with her her age her sensible black shoes and her black handbag that she carries everywhere. Lady's door will say back. We all right so moving on to our next subject which is or who is a marciano the which is The last name of the well the last name he went by rocky marciano. He was a boxer. American professional boxer. He was born rocco francis. Smart shish yano we're going to go with that so His because both of his parents were italian immigrants. So that is a very italian name. Marsh marsh as yano so He had he was one of six kids. He had two brothers Lewis by sunny and peter in the three sisters alice contrat. An elizabeth When he was eighteen months old he actually contracted pneumonia and actually almost died from it. kind of watch out for those Those new england winters. I have no idea for wintertime when he got it but He was raised in brockton. Massachusetts chalk it up to new england winters obviously he survived And actually as a kid he he already I don't know if this was because he had the pneumonia or if he was like. I gotta get strong so i don't get sick again or if this was just a thing but he actually started working out as a kid he made. He made his own homemade weightlifting equipment and had an old mail bag that he stuffed a hung from a tree in his backyard and use it as a punching back a heavy punching bag and then when he was in high school he played baseball and football although he ended up getting cut from the school baseball team Then he ended up dropping out of high school after finishing tenth grade. Anyway from there he worked Different labor jobs including F- delivery trucks for the brockton ice and coal company As a ditch digger. A railroad layer into shoemaker. Then he was in In forty three. He was drafted the us army for two years. He helped ferry supplies across the english channel to normandy. After the war ended he completed his service in washington Oh and then. After that he went in to his boxing career Actually while he was in the army He reported the army in one nine hundred forty six amateur armed forces boxing tournament So once he got out of the he Well he tried to. He actually tried to play baseball. He tried out for the fayetteville cubs. Which is the farm team for the chicago cubs. He lasted three weeks. Got cut so then started boxing. Really boxing no boxing career and training. And all that so but the reason that he's in here for nineteen fifty two is because on september twenty third nineteen fifty two. He was in his first world heavyweight championship fight. He was twenty nine at the time and faced The current heavyweight champion a thirty eight year old boxer by the name of jersey. Joe walcott's the fight took place in philadelphia. Wolcott actually dropped him in the first round and was building up. A pretty good points lead but in the thirteenth round One went to use a trademark. Move with his right hand but Apparently marchiano has got also a signature. Move called the suzie q. which is a powerful right hook and he managed to lay in that first and not wolcott out. Dr disney's has arms draped over the roots. Ropes they they did the count and even after the count was done and the about you know fight was called wolcott. Still motionless slumped over there so he hit him so he a marsh aon became the new world heavyweight champion He defended that title year later against wolcott. This time he knocked wolcott out in the first round so He won the heavyweight championships retain the title a year. Later and By the time he he held the title from nineteen fifty two hundred fifty six when he retired. And he's actually the only heavyweight champion to finish his career undefeated. Wow that's amazing. Yeah yeah Every opponent as for the heavyweight title he beats he also holds the highest knock out to win ratio in world heavyweight title fights at eighty five point seven percent and reared knockout to win percentage is eighty seven point seven six percent in is one of the highest in heavyweight.

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Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Mind laws that have changed or really some like really old. Arcane laws that technically are still on the books and valid but just ignore them that if those were followed that things would have happened differently. And there's a whole bunch of people that are live now that could have had claimed the throne. If things had gone differently is pretty fascinating. I said i'll put a link to the show you can watch it So yeah like i said is one of those the depending on how they wanted to interpret things even with the abdication. In theory any of edwards children could have had a claim to the throne colleague. Kill monger and black panther actually in a way so But but because they did advocate they did move out of england and they never had kids. It didn't matter so elizabeth's father became king and as King george the six and her mother became the the the queen mother so And that happened within a year of actually edward taking throw he beginning king january by december. He was advocating. He was not king for very long so her father becoming king she became heir presumptive because in theory if her parents had any more kids besides her and margaret Her sister and it was a boy. The boy would have jumped ahead. Because at the time they were still under the male preference Line you know ideas succession. Where a guy you know. A male would be the preferred air. Yeah they would only go to a woman if there were no other options. Which is how. Elizabeth became queen actually So when her father died in fifty two february fifty two while she was actually out country they did show that in in the crown she was actually in kenya. The time She was proclaimed queen of the commonwealth And was subsequently named elizabeth the second her royal highness ruler and sovereign of the commonwealth. So she is queen of the uk and fifteen other commonwealth realms and obviously before she became queen She was princess she was She had all the education and everything to do public duties even as princess She did serve in the military in world war two. She was a mechanic. Actually socio our way round engines. Stuff i think is pretty cool for a nine hundred forty seven. She married philip. The duke of edinburgh who is the former prince of greece and denmark Actually just had their wedding anniversary Fairly recently and of course. She's they had a. They have four children. Charles prince of wales. Who is the air nuts In this case he is not heir presumptive. he is heir apparent Because at this point there aren't going to be other any other sheltering coming along from his parents so he is the heir apparent and said the presumptive So he will become king of england at some points An who's the princess royal prince andrew. Who's the duke of york. Who was married to foggy at one point And prince. Edward who is the earl of wessex but Yeah so she is. She was made queen in february of fifty two and has been green ever since and still ins- hopefully still for many years to come. Yes i it's it's one of those is one of the things it's like. I'm so like into the royals and everything And there's part of me that's like you know we're gonna we're gonna see charles become king in our lifetime and actually more than likely we'll probably see william become king with lifetime just because at this point charles is up there in years. He's not going to be taking the throne at nearly a young ages. His mother did but at the same time it's like i don't want to see the queen die. This is i mean yeah. we don't. We don't have a monarchy. And maybe that's that's why we're kinda fascinated by it because it's like we don't Thing yeah it's like it would be so weird to have england without queen elizabeth the second. Yeah also we've ever. Yeah so it's like. Yeah i mean yeah. It'll it'll happen one day but it'll be just like oh really weird i I can't. I can't fathom it but you know but she's just you ever watch you ever watch her christmas speech on christmas and she's just i don't know it's like i mean it's not like grandmotherly or anything like that but you just kind of feel like okay. It's all is right with the world. Queen is giving her speech. It's it's kind of like bird. Yeah it's kind of like. She queen vince. Like she feels like the world's grandma. It's so funny to see some of the other royals with her. Just recently She made her first public appearance with other members of the royal family with With william and catherine and i think sophie to who is edwards wife. I think it was actually the irwin. Something whatever it's the female equivalent of earldom Countess countess probably But And they i mean they had to be socially distant they're outside making a public appearance So that you know the people can take picture. The press could take pictures and stuff you know. They were six feet apart but were they were all done. And the queen turn around and go back inside and williams like by gran. She's cleaning times like by grandma..

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Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Worst fear coming true. What happens when it's tech falls into the wrong hands. That happened before i. I've seen that movie line. One yeah off threes ironman. I think it's more falls into the wrong hands. And he's not there to stop it right away. Okay considering this assuming this takes place after end game so tiny starts is not there to stop it so we all know guardians of the galaxy volume. Three is coming in twenty twenty three because it got pushed out because of the whole james got fired thing and all that whole that whole thing so often go do dc movie and now he's back So but when they start filming guardians three At the same time they're filming that they're also going to be filming a guardians of the galaxy holidays special Has said on social media. Yes he was inspired by the star wars holiday special. Yes probably get this mental image of groot ball in christmas lights and christmas ornaments. It's probably that what i was like. Okay i need to see that one. I want so that we wanted yesterday. That will be that will be released on disney plus holiday season prior to volume three so holiday season twenty twenty. Two speaking of girds baby grew is gonna easing reason for shorts. Ooh it's going to be called i. Of course i want like a series like may assault jerry's of like grew kind of aging like seeing maybe the always as chinese group and we live in In game no were him but well. Something's coming so that they're going to be sure it's so it's going to be. I think to extensive but still i'm all l. root. It'll be fun. Yeah yep they've announce a christian. Bale is going to be part of the cast of thor love and thunder is going to be playing gore. The god butcher cancel that you. Think of dc dc bill films with like sitting there now on their second batman after him would still like. They've moved on quite a bit. Yeah so that is scheduled to be in theaters. May six twenty twenty two Bill in the works blade With her shaw ali Peyton reed is back to directly third ant man film which can be called ant man and the wasp quantum mania. But i can't they the the drug in the second like you put cooperative everything there they have. They've said that ryan kugler is working on the script for black panther to His writing it. And he's gonna be directing the just like he did the first black panther Right now that is scheduled open. July eighth twenty twenty two and They have said that In honor chadwick boseman they are not going to recast the character of to challa k. So so but so this. This is going to die of apparently more into the world of what kanda and the other characters. I'm not complaining. 'cause i looked like to tell but i definitely wouldn't mind more. What honda you yes. I love kanda beautiful place. Yeah i see more of it when it's not being torn to bits by people who kill each other every time we've gone to konda. That's what happens. Is a bunch of people. Get out on the grass and start trying to kill each other. Yeah and starbucks. yes exactly. Maybe maybe they should build a maybe she should build it disneyworld and so you could go on a tour of it. Yes so no word yet on what they're going to do. As far as the mantle of black panther weather we'll go to sherry or kobe. Or yeah if nobody's going to be the black panther in this movie Where the mantle will just be set aside so that just conduct will handle whatever. We'll have to wait and see though but i. Yeah i've seen this definitely been interesting to see the conversation with that. Because some people are like you know we recast speaking of hulk and like roti. It's like what you re cast those characters like but those actors didn't die. It's only been a few months one. It's too soon to know the workout. Something yeah now. I can totally understand having a different person. Play challa if it's in a different if it's shot from a different. Yes that would mayor. Something happened so that you could justify why he's different. Yeah so you know if they wanna bring in challah from a different universe actor. I'm okay with that but beyond that no just is performances just too iconic to recast. It's it's not like some of the others. So but i'm also down for. If and when they decide to give sherry the mantle black like the comics letter put on the suits awesome yes. I'm sure suri with her. Genius will find a way to like synthesize some serum to replicate. That was the the flower did Yeah because they were the heart shaped herb. Yeah because those were all destroyed and then last one was consumed. Hello i've seen by panther.

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Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"How many times you know you've been with friends and they'd be like quack quack quack quack. Yeah so yeah you follow right on. Yep so it's like okay. We'll see again yeah And then a couple of series a thing. I know this is going to be a series big shot. John stamos apparently playing a. He's a college basketball coach. seemingly with a temper sim- similar to a certain I you the basketball coach complete with chair throwing in the trailer price price. Gee i wonder who they could be tough idea who find him on eighty not. It's is not like that. University is on my paychecks or anything anyway. So john stamos. It's going to be playing a basketball coach that early. His reputation has Regaled him to coaching a girls' high school basketball And you can probably extrapolate from there. Probably what the plot line is going to go like. There's going to be budding of heads of personalities or nikolai cam. He's not gonna like them he's gonna probably gonna feel like he's above this Boy And then you know the dog get together and play and everything would be honky dory. I'm sure it beats asleep of mighty ducks but not on ice. yes Know as someone who who who did play basketball in high school on the girls seem obviously a huge like that. Coaching girls team. What i gather with the trailer like it's the only place that'll hire him based on his reputation. Yussef that maybe the boys team. Maybe the boys team. But i wasn't school so oh girl. Curls like catholic school or something roy. Jesper tape measures needs paycheck. Thought it would have been like a. I don't know that's that seems very very odd choice to me. But i don't know i. I'll say this because when we when i played basketball the girls with girls coach was us kind of a laidback easygoing guy. You know he was. It was good for girls coach. The guys coach was a real weird. I can't coach. Yeah coach high and the guys like responded well to that but if we'd had him if we'd had him as our coach i don't think it would have ended. Well that's unique need. Nobody playing probably and you know the the school divers will be a point of contention in this series. I hope so. Because i'm hearing this and i'm like okay. Yeah it's fictional right. Yes okay because sometimes you get like based on a true story but this was fictional but yeah i'm just kinda like okay i mean i get it fiction. Make it up and you know. I'm just like willing suspension of disbelief. Having been there. I'm not sure what i think about that. But that's me sorry. I have a i have opinions on that kind of think. Well yeah that would goes Have you guys read the mysterious benedict society. I have not i've but it's very very popular. Kids book series. A lot of kids come to the library looking for it. It's like it's one of those. Like i really should read this. I need about you know twenty four hours in my day. Yeah notice that eyeballs maybe clone myself go read all day will love the other. You just need to be like the borg so different bucks but it still comes together into one hive. Mind so you're like Call a isn't missing out on what columbia's consuming. Yes i need. I need a clone to go take care of the kids clone to go to work a clone to sit and read the clone to take care of the weird things that pop up randomly that i have to go take care of Another to watch off. Yeah yeah so yes. I've heard good things about it. i haven't i haven't had time to read it. Not for lack of wanting to But that one is getting a series. Yep okay moving to disney studios so films. I guess So and we discussed this. Actually we discussed the movie but yeah they have confirmed that we are getting hocus. Pocus sequel Even said it was not a matter of if but when yeah Apparently they're going to remake three men and a baby but was a fraud. I mean he was in the greatest showman. The why an emmy for this. It's let's see that the abadie that team up is a classical way because money dear boy. Although i really don't know how much money it would bring in. But i guess we'll find out it's going to be released a whole team lost so to paraphrase thousand bucks now to make the movie really. They did okay. I i will. I do remember. This did do a remake of adventures in babysitting for disney channel. Only it wasn't like anything. The original was so i didn't bother. It was like but they did it. And it's okay. The world didn't end. But i have no idea why you did that. Yeah well and then another movie. That's really not asking for re remake is cheaper by the dozen. Apparently they're gonna make another one of those of like of utah. Yeah yeah doesn't she. By thousands of it naming. Maybe that's the maybe that's the joke proposal there so If you've got any kids that are fans of the diary of a wimpy kid. books Coming to disney plus next year is a animated film okay. This might work better because it sounds intriguing into a couple of live action ones. Which i do. I do like the a wimpy kid series. I know it's it's a little. It's a lot of parents are a little weird about it but it is so funny and it is so you know reading it as an adult having gone through middle school. I'm like yep you can emulate dope. Oh my gosh. You've you've got it you know this jeff. Jeff kinney is guy who writes you got middle school like to a t. Another one like the view of summer vacation all the kids.

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Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Liked you because you did. You did right by wonder woman. I adore you right now. So you know you're wonderful. Yeah i'm i'm excited for this like this. This should this should be a fun one. I did like 'cause. I've always liked the row squadrons from you thought Some in the movies so upset about the. Yeah i mean i. i'm i mean. This is the thing they ran the basically the skywalker saga into the dirt. The movies but now we've got mandalorian and they've done really well with clone wars and all these things there's like all these peripheral stories they could tell was star wars and it kind of feels like you know now. They're starting to get into that and be like oh you know we don't just want we. Maybe maybe they've sort of figured it out. I mean i don't wanna i don't wanna say anything to certain because you know. The a lot of these are in pre production. We haven't seen him but it kind of feels like maybe there's a little more love and tender care with it. Although i will say i would have felt a little bit better if it was dave baloney giving the presentation. 'cause i dunno. He just feels like he. He knows like east kind of kind of george lucas two point oh as far as star wars is concerned because he knows what how these things work and what it what it's about what's important and and how to tell a good star wars story either way but you know he's definitely involved in an giang phev. Rose doing wonderful as well patty jenkins. She looks like she's gonna do great so i think maybe they've finally figured out. Okay this is who we need in charge. These are the stories we need to tell. And let's let's focus more on on tv stuff because it really feels like to me. It really feels like star. Wars future is on tv. And whether that's on actual cable or whatever or on disney plus. I think i think maybe that's what they've what they've figured out. I hope i'm right. I really don't wanna get burned again. Because i was like i can't i can't i can't do it. I mean i know it's kinda shallow kind of oh know you know the world is ending but here we're gonna go watch star wars. You know. I need something good. I need something happy and positive so pleased to me. Give it to me please. Yeah just this once has been shaken your lot. I kinda i kinda like. It is not necessarily fair to compare the two but it's kinda like the mcu Where yeah they didn't give us like five million iron man. Captain america movies like they gave us things like guardians of the galaxy which this rogue squadron could be the equivalent of the star was equivalent that baby or ant man. you know. it's like you once. They figured out that this is a thing. Yeah they weren't all like okay. Well ironman did really well. So let's just do a crapton ironman. And doug dragged it into the ground like the skywalker. Saga like the spanned. The both universes are just so large was so much material so from that. Yeah you don't need ages keep bringing up the old guard over and over and over again. So i mean we did get some good things out of the the last trilogy. I mean hello. Eight is the most adorable during on the planet but But yeah i mean. I'll of like give us some of those. The galaxy working ant man work and especially like i mean stuff like they took what it's called. But when when it pull. Jared jared knows he in the finale of mandalorian last year the trooper carrier whatever. It's like a toy. No it's like there's all these little bits and pieces in. This is what. I thought they were going to do when they said okay. All that expanded universe stuff is no longer canon. I thought well okay. That's good to to discard that for now. But then they go. It's probably you're probably going to go back and bring it back in. I thought that's what they were gonna do for a while. They did it and it was just so like what in the world you guys doing. Now they are and it's like Like okay you finally got your head screwed on. So let's you know. Let's see some great stuff with this so you know. Don't you know. I feel like i'm feeling like they're getting my hopes up at a. It's really a. I'm really getting there. I'm kinda. I'm hanging with you now. But don't don't disappoint me because as my my my goodwill is kind of thin right now so he might have me but if you screw it up is this could be the felicia. I'm gonna take my expanded universe and go home but it looks like they're take ryan ice cream maker and my and my best car and hit the road but like they're they're pulling from the toys or pulling from the video games or pulling from like some of the older books I don't know if anyone got to watch gallery series. They did springer baloney dave baloney and john favorable. Like it's like when you know you're you're older brother takes all the toys and And leaves you with whatever's leftover so. We're just making what we have with the leftovers. They're doing so good with guys is and gals. So that's that's what. I'm hoping and this and this does look promising. I'm just. I'm keeping him on a short leash. Yes say so anyway. There's all the new star wars announcements. Yep moving into Actual disney properties in some cases. A which have. I've only seen bits and pieces of it but from what i understand. Based on the comments i've seen From people and also the trailer that we got that apparently disney is going to kind of do kind of like what they've done with the crowdi kid with the cobra kai series on that flicks Where they're bringing you back in the beloved eighties nineties. You know sports related sort of property and bring it into a modern age was bringing some of those characters back but in this case is going to be with the mighty. Sick amelia west of okay. I don't know what else you want me to say. Yes i know they. Ninety ducks movies are like you. Huge for ninety kids Yeah.

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"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

08:33 min | 2 years ago

"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Up a couple pieces. Ten o'clock news One dig shock. that's kind of like resonated resonated through out all over the INTERWEBS and everything But basketball legend the I guess star and Oscar winner as a test appropriately enough or I guess eerily appropriate appropriate than us Kobe Bryant's of the Los Angeles Lakers died yesterday in a helicopter crash along with eight other people including his thirteen year. Old Daughter Jonah They were on their way to to a basketball game When the helicopter crash In calabasas California. WHO's only forty one forty one on years old retired in from the NBA in two thousand sixteen As A FIVE-TIME NBA champion. Dan Eleven time at all. NBA First Team Selection two thousand eight. MVP TWO-TIME FINALS MVP eighteen eighteen time all star for four-time all-star MVP He also won gold medals with the best team in two thousand eight Beijing Olympics and the two thousand twelve London the London Olympics vicks and then in two thousand eighteen. He won an Oscar for his animated short film. Dear basketball other things so so I I mean. I don't know how how much you guys follow basketball. I mean I've I felt basketball. I've been I mean the jazz has here are like it's almost a religion And and for me it has been since I was very small and out west. I mean if you know anything about the NBA NBA of the. You know the Eastern Conference Western Conference so the jazz played the Lakers a lot during the regular season or in the playoffs and I I will say this Kobe Bryant while he was a player was the bane of my existence. Because every time the Lakers came to town. It doesn't matter what the circumstances were like. We got shacking Co.. We gotta beat them. We just have to same thing with the bowls the same thing with any any other you. You know big team with big name players. And even when the jazz were had had that skid. They weren't very good and it was after the Stockton Malone era every it's nine a it it it was just like I was reflecting on this yesterday when all this news is coming out and I'm like you know. He drove me crazy when he was a player because he would when he beat Pitas it was awful and hated it when we need him. It was great now. Yeah and it was like it when players like that. Whether whether you're whether you are a player or your fan those are the kind of players you wanna go up against because they actually make the game means something I mean. Yeah you could spend your whole season beating up on some crappy little team that that that stinks and nobody cares about but it was always the the good teams good good players when you beat them. That actually meant something so you know when we when we would well. I say when the jazz would beat the Lakers and beat Kobe Bryant. It was awesome awesome. Because we've beaten somebody who was amazing. He was amazing. Amazing talent heck of a competitor. I mean and and those kinds of those kinds of players they bring out. I mean it's kind of Cliche but you know they bring out the they make you play your best or you. Ah You hope they do. And then you know after he retired as reading some other articles. About how like the reason he started taking helicopters was like before he retired was so he. Could you know. Get home in time to take the kids to school or pick. Pick them up from school or go to his daughter's basketball games or things like be involved in his kids lives and like if if you know anything about Los Angeles list traffic it can take you two hours to go in Indianapolis take you ten minutes. Yeah that was like he was wasting. It said the thing wasting so much time in commute when he wanted to spend time with his family and he was like his wife said well I can pick up the kids from school but but for him it was he. He wanted to be there for for his daughters. And I liken it sounds like you know they were. I guess Jonah. She was kind of becoming a good player in her own right. So that was the basketball game. They were on their way to I. Guess as I understand it or something like that and it was just like you know I mean yeah you know. He's had his issues he's had things happen but kind of just over the years he's just become a real became a good role model. He became somebody that so many people I looked up to whether you're a fan or whether you actually played against him there I've I've been looking at things from post from athletes who either played with them or like I mean nowadays the the young guys in the NBA like Donovan Mitchell. WHO's a big player for the jazz now like his twitter? He was just talking about how much she looked adopt Kobe. And and all those things and it's just I mean yeah. He annoyed me when I when he was a player because he would beat my team but he was he was a good guy he right. It's just it is got punch. I thought reports Oh it's TMZ reporting it. It's gotta be thanks. Yeah but it wasn't. I'm just like are you kidding me. I mean I mean so young too right yeah I mean I remember the year I think it. I can't remember if it was his rookie season. Or maybe his second year here. I was watching the all-star all-star game that year and he was like everyone's saying oh he's the next Michael Jordan and I'm like well. Yeah he kind kind of became that I mean. I don't know I don't know if you want to. I don't know if they if they really will go that far but he was kind of feel he was he was amazing. They think they before we came out. I think I was scanning through one of my feeds on facebook. said that they are going to induct him into the NBA Hall of fame. They're waving voting procedures. The requirements the score that. That's a good. That's there was talk about. Oh you've got the whole. NBA has has to retire. His number. Two Mike WanNa go that far but but I think I think inducting him into the hall of fame you know not going through may not doing the all the hoops whatever. The check boxes is probably a good way to to honor him there and games that were played yesterday there were several tributes years I made which I think is very appropriate and while even one of the writers for Star Wars One of the role. Oh vats from one of the cartoon series was actually kind of a nod. Yes who could be and that I think Mark Hamill actually gave him his Oscar. Yeah her when he won damages Kinda pull supposedly the he two. He was a great big Harry Potter. Fan I need some of the I mean I know him as a player but then finding out all this other information to with you know fan just like the rest of us is to ascend. Yeah and the fact that we're just hearing about it now is like hey you know he kinda. He kept US stuff on the download because he wanted to. You know have his own have a private life private and you know I can I can. I can respect that totally. Yeah it's just it's like because jared came in is like reporting Kobe. Bryant died in a helicopter crash and I'm like I ha- right. Yeah when I saw this wit wi the Yeah poor taste..

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Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

09:27 min | 2 years ago

"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"The the first examples of hint track at least in rock music which is her majesty which is a really short song it was actually supposed to appear imbetween mean Mr Mustard in polythene pam but Paul decided it didn't work so they ended up editing out and so it was it is edited out by the tape operator and he was pollens Emi had a policy that no beatles recording was ever to be destroyed which is why we have all those when we have all the the anthropology and if you have the the fiftieth anniversary Multidex three-disc set for Abbey Road. It's got all those takes in tells you on the those recordings what take number they are that's why we have all that stuff is because they realize like doctor who rick that up stop should be destroyed club so since it wasn't destroyed but the way it was recorded ends up having a ah fourteen seconds of silence between the end and Her Majesty but that it also has a cord that appears at the beginning which is the and of meanness rosters so playing that do this afternoon imagine it's a really nice girl yeah oh but it was not intended to be in the final mix therefore early eh when the album was first released it's not even listed on the track listing obviously later versions they do have it listed all subsequent versions after that eighty whatever have the analysts are on the on the track listing But as as Paul says it was not meant to be there her says Typical Beatles an accident sure we'll go whatever you say so that is the Beatles Abbey Road celebrating fifty years of that Al so those of you who remember it being do feel old makes me wonder how Paul and Ringo he'll no kidding true true enough true enough considering you know the You know I've I've Seen Paul several times in concert I've only seen Ringo once just goes ringo does not doors extensively as Paul does but the really the Times I've seen Paul the only songs off of that album that I've heard him do is that little poll from the medley at the end with you never give me your money in the end he does not perform anything else at least I've ever heard that's not to say that he hasn't at some point in the last fifty years but the he does do a Ukulele cover of something in tribute to George. so that's one of the few times that he will sing a song this the Beatles Song is not one of his and not one that he sang on lead on so because he he does do true attributable John and and George since they are no longer with us when he's in concert so he does do something but it's on the lately because that was one of Georgia's favored instruments so but other than that Ringo I'm trying to think if when I saw him he did octopuses garden I don't remember I know he did Elissa marine but I don't remember if octopuses garden was part of the set list when I saw him so but I would not be surprised if that's not one that he does do occasionally so because you know people will expect him to at least some Beatles songs but Ringo doesn't have a lot of R- Beatles songs that he's lied on so the yeah they all get what's his face I can't think of his name now for Mr Mr or yeah yeah the he was with me and I saw but so it's more of like a variety show when you see Ringo where you know you re go he'll pray play drums when other people performing their songs but it's not just a full on Ringo Starr concert you get a mission Mash of really recognizable songs from these different artists from their own you know works but then Ringo's got his own solo career ear so that tends to be a good chunk of white you end up hearing him saying when he is on stage so just because what it does not have a lot yeah we have a lot of yeah yeah so while it's it's a really good album abbey road food as far as perform a performances of songs off of it you're not necessarily going to hear a lot from the two remaining Dan numbers so yeah and I've I've listened to the remastered fiftieth anniversary and it sounds recorded but never made the cuts so yeah get the demo for come and get it which they give to bad finger and you've got to hear some behind the scenes yeah yeah I mean they they tried it it's not just you know a lot of a lot of people of their own minds and it was just it was just one of those things where you know they were together they were family but you know sometimes family you want to explore other things you know they were they were all older than they when they started obviously they've been marriages all of them had kids number of things it's just it's unfortunate that the way things played out after they broke up the never got l. have that hopefully got that closure with the other two before his passing so.

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"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"The needle down in the right place so given states here comes a son was written at the time when apple was getting like school where we had to go be business in this sign.

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"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

29:24 min | 2 years ago

"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"It's just kind of deal with it probably well I mean even then you know back in in when this the so ended up rewriting it so that it could be a a song on the only album so in seventy three John was uh sued by a big seven music court who is the publisher of Chuck Berry's you can't can't watch me And they were arguing that it sounded similar musically to Berry's original in a shares the lyrics including the lyrics here Komo flat topic grew up slowly which in Berry's song says here come eighth flat top he was moving up with me apparently that was settled out of court With Lennon promising record three other songs own by the company oh he ended up recording the songs Yahya you can't catch me and Angel Baby which was not released until after John died so than at some point they sued John for breach of contract and was eventually awarded a settlement John countersued sure they released an album of his of his material that were in his possession eventually awarded him a bunch of money uh-huh starting off on the right foot the but it it's an iconic on that that Drum Roll Drum beats role I'm not musically inclined at all so I just WanNa say off the bat if I say something that's completely wrong I'm sorry I amusing and I it might as well be in hieroglyphics I can't read it I can't ride it I can't play anything against anything I sing in the shower and that's it and sometimes in the car so it's it's an old phrase I don't know art but I know what I like doc exactly that claim in Aerosmith did eight beast a decent pretty almost true match for me act of come together yes yup that's that's probably the most recognizable like invert cover version in that's one that I do here on the radio Yes quite often actually apparently Tina Turner did their own version Michael Jackson apparently did a I two third hearing that one yeah I honestly Beatles because in when producer what am I like affected remember yeah I notice on it doesn't sound right yeah Joe Cocker dinner version for the film Lacrosse the universe but yeah the Arrowsmith version which comes from the film Sergeant Pepper's lonely hearts cover band which we need to cover at some point or or a need to convince cult of a cavalcade to do because it's just the album is just we work gets George Burns with the DVD's and Peter Frampton and Areas Smith alongside Alice Cooper Earth wind and fire Steve Martin it has this movie it is so weird so but that's where the airsmith version comes from Oh by next is the George Harrison Song something which many consider her one of George's best songs ever written consider it wanted to be best loved songs ever written it's it's definitely beautiful song so there there's some discrepancy on Moore who exactly or what exactly was the influence for this song some people thought it with George's jaw writing about his wife at the time time Pattie Boyd although they have an interesting story ready to her he was best friends with Eric Clapton. Patty ended up running off with Eric Clapton and supposedly she is the inspiration for Clapton Song beautiful tonight yeah a but the funny thing the is is even after this George and Eric Clapton continued to stay really good friends and considered themselves like husbands in law Hey I'm glad they were able to keep the friendship yeah it is actually not is originally was not going to be part of the album is George actually offered it's Joe Cocker for whatever reason didn't happen at least not right away so the recording it for Abbey Road and really interesting is behind yesterday this is the second most covered Beatles song by the album came out in Sixty nine by the late seventies about a decade later it already been covered by one hundred fifty artists wow not including the likes of Frank Sinatra who regularly performed it Elvis Ray Charles James Brown Tony Bennett smokey Robinson again I continue Turner so Swiss quite quite the Popular Dune it's BMI named it the seventeenth most performed Song of the Twentieth Century It was ranked number two seventy eight on rolling stone's list of the five hundred greatest songs of all time Mo jo place at number seven in the magazines the Best Beatles songs so the Georgia's actually introduced it when they were working on let it be and never got anywhere so but then it was and they got back together to work some more was the done men so John Lennon consider it at the best song will that type raise coming from John Yeah it's it's an interesting I'll put as a leak in the show notes to so youtube video I found the other day where it's essentially it's different interviews with the Beatles from like sixty nine up until like the eighty s I think and they talk about Abbey Road and let it be the end all the guys asking them you know their favorite songs off album or some of the best ones are and every single one of them when eight asked him like what's the best song or what's your favorite they would name a song that was written by one of the other guys it was they never named one of the songs that they so that that is a a high praise a lot so I if John says something is good John he means it because if John doesn't like something John was never afraid to voice opinion if even if it was negative so which we will get to that actually with the next now which is our favorite song it leaves the door I'm referring now I know head of physical needs because I just thought it was some sort of nonsense that aw come up with I haven't found the definition still understand what it means but yeah so the next track is Max over hammer which I need her immigrant at the Lincoln that video I shared the facebook check batch years ago at its stock with me ever since because it's it's it's it's a cartoon but is so Lila we're talking or something yeah so yeah so actual silver hammer was what what John Lennon described as quote more of Paul's Granny music but it's a it's a story song talks about this presumably college kid Maximal Edison who apparently has it may have been a future influence for I can't think of the characters name now play by Christian Bale American Psycho avenue anyway that guy and there wouldn't be surprised if this maybe if for he kinda he's got a bit of a Homicidal streak trip Peterman Yeah Basin Patrick 'cause I think actually does kill someone in that movie with a sledge hammer it's not silver still but it's yeah so it's just it's I mean if you didn't if the if you just listen to the music with a lyric you'll be like oh this some like happy go lucky you know kind of Bobby Song but then you throw in the lyrics about this gets really yeah it gets dark it I love it y Ou escalated quick according to Paul he says it's more of a metaphor or whatever for Allen gory for when I it penalizes the downfalls of life essentially so when something goes wrong out of the blue as it often does as he says as I was beginning to find out that my at that time I'm in my life I wanted to slipped on symbolic of that so to me it was some fictitious character called maximum the silver hammer why silver just sounded better than Maxwell's hammers at this point I mean the bills were not officially broken up but they had already experienced guys going off in doing their own thing they weren't recording with just them they were bringing in other rightist's to fill those gaps when someone decided that he couldn't be bothered to come record so when you when you when you put that spin on it and it's like it's really dark actually as opposed to just taking it literally but yeah the the word in longer you're talking about is Pat Physical which paddock physics or the French physique is it even even wikipedia it said is a difficult to define literary trope one definition is that physics is a branch of Philosophy or science that examines imaginary a non that exists in a world beyond benefits it is the science of imaginary solutions okay easily understand what that means more confused I was yes so basically imaginary solution so basically our harebrained ideas. I guess which makes you wonder why it's the girl in the the song cashew supposed to be working with test tubes serve like what was she doing with those test tubes there was a reason maxwell took no don't do uh but anyway I like I said it's one of my favorite songs off the album and it's it's dark and it's macabre it's so funny and I think that's why likes much just because the the story versus the music he should at work together but he builds you and I love it isn't he okay Max was called a couple of people he's going off on his merry way has a gun busted and then all these the judge and the girls could I say the next is darling watch a really have a whole lot to say about that other than if you think that Paul's voice it's a little rough on that track that's because it is 'cause he did that on purpose he wanted to sound as though he had been singing a lot in his voice was rough so when they were working hang on album he would only try this once a day and if it wasn't right he wait till the next day 'cause I listened to a couple the and the first one where it's nice and smooth it just does not sound right he needed act growth so much please don't leave me or I'm going to die and he just he gets his voice to a point where it sounds like he's GonNa die so it's just really rough like I'm just so overcome with emotion and I just can't take it kind of of sound to it so Sir next stop is a octopus garden another another fund one this written it so this was only the second song that Ringo ever wrote Wall with the Beatles Ringo did not George and Ringo compared to land McCartney did not get nearly as many credits and between Jordan urging Ringo Ringo got the short end of the I I don't WanNa say Reno got the short end of the stick because I think part of it was he just did want to and when it casually when he did get an idea it was just yeah either they tell matt now you know it's not that good or you know he wasn't confident enough in it to present even try to present it to the guys it's oh conflicting on how exactly that works but that's that's why you don't hear the general rule was with the Beatles if you road you sang it which is why you hear leading McCartney so much because they wrote a majority of it so but arena was not necessarily one for being you know having a solo he didn't even really like doing drum solos is the only one remember besides this one that he sang lead on was eth- naturally girls and then just a cover and then the opening for.

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"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

19:06 min | 2 years ago

"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"It is she'll probably be addressed as Captain Jack because Jack's long wool coat and sure is nice more so so yeah October fest This Saturday is pretty much at all day thing so come go hang out scout over doctor who that is each housekeeping and we don't have any feedback so shall move onto this a week main topic which is Abbey Road food the album by ZIP BEATLES ZACK just celebrated its fiftieth anniversary to believe yeah we have one more eligible after satin. Yeah Yeah so Abbey Road is the eleventh studio album by the Beatles released twice six of September nineteen sixty nine and is it's it's an interesting here we were talking about this a little before we started because it's a weird time for the Beatles because unfortunately this was really close to the end of the Beatles as we know of officially broke up but even though this was the not it was actually the last album that they recorded but it's not the last one one that was released let it be was actually the file albums released but it actually been recorded for this then the kind of blended together at some point it's so so yeah the if you look into the history of this album and let it be and how they were actually able to come get to the point to have two albums release considering what was happening behind the scenes is kind of impressive if you asked me I mean it good George Harrison for thinking about bringing in guests solit- The others with behavioral than George even saying okay we WANNA do this we're GonNa go back to the old days you listen to you at this point yellow Dad Khan through Brian Epstein it passed away so they had a new manager but thankfully producer George Martin was still in the picture and he'd been with them for a long time so he he knew that so he was he was kind of like the fifth Silence Beetle even though he actually performs on several tracks so but he he was kind of like the the Komo babysitter was actually really good babysitter for them's his death is is death unfortunately was kind of the one thing that kind of snowballed into other things that that brought about the the end of the band but it's yeah of the dozen studio albums so we the Beatles for some people this is the best of the best they consider it the the the best Beatles album of all time I'm obviously people are GonNa have differences of opinion it also I think it depends on what kind of mood your end because I could definitely hear distinct progression in the sound of the style and the progression of Technology in there but really do do things like multi like layering different recordings on top of one another or being record stuff backwards and upbringing in different types of instruments and that sort of thing I mean you could definitely there's a definite difference in the sound from Very Beatles album to this era and but that just that just comes with age experience and everything but a for for me I definitely enjoy this album I enjoy all deals music pit it's one of those where it's like what type of mood am I in and witch album do I want to listen to yeah now this one's kind of my go-to and then and sergeant pepper's kind of like my third it's Abbey Road then let it be and depending on my mood I'll do the let it be with all the bags or I'll do the strip down let it be naked with none of the wall of sound yeah I think I tend to gravitate towards the later stuff more often than the early Savannah Pie WanNA listen if I want issue here the early stuff. I wasn't necessarily listen to full albums listen to something like the what's it called wind were number one singles or the or the red album I think that's the earlier stuff and then the for leader Stop Yeah as far as the anthologies go Or you can listen to if you want a good mix of old and new if you don't have this collection gets even if you have not seen the show but the soundtrack laws Soleil show do really well and they do awesome mashups as like the s sleep fits I have not seen love I I try to see love the one time I was lost EGAS and it was sold out till the cows come home so anyone at the barrage wants to send a winning boss Vegas thus please email us now so yeah I- Abbey Road's one of those I mean there's some very very recognizable in well known songs on the on this album there's some that maybe aren't as well known just because the album is it was a double it's it's you've got a good number of like what we consider full wrongs or full length songs but then you have this weird medley of songs that's like that kind of closes out the album where they had like ditz pieces of songs were never able to flush out all three four five minute link song so they created this medley at the in which you can listen to the songs individually but it doesn't quite it works better if you listen to the whole chunk right but then you get like a sixteen minute just block of of a sound of different styles and different things so but we'll we'll we'll go through the individual tracks here in a moment obviously think besides the music the when people think of Abbey road is the cover arch of that that the famous famous shots of the Beatles crossing Zebra Crosswalk outside Abbey Road Studios His love CT numerous times for numerous there's there's a Webcam earliest there was at one point there's a Webcam for that crosswalk and you could get on their watch people either try to take that take a picture on that crime also walk and get hit by cars I'm sure the people who drive that road are like seriously again yes it was being worked on back in nineteen sixty nine they had to have a police officer hold up traffic because that's a road you know it's not like their houses their people live there the Abbey Road Studios is it's a long standing you know studio it's like the Beatles aren't the only ones to used it and have not been since so but yeah so the photograph they got like ten minutes to shoot it August of sixty nine and the guy that shot it he he stood on a step ladder in they had a cop stop the traffic biennium he took six pictures and Paul McCartney chose which one was going to be used on on the on the cover the bare foot one so it's an economy in image what's funny is it was kind of Paul's idea for the design in the first place and the em. I wanted to 'cause I guess the their apple records the creative director wanted to not put the title or artist name on the cover any am I was like talking to sell without that he's like we don't need to write the band's name on the cover of the most famous in the world everybody knows who these four guys are this hold up the album that's John Lewis Paul George single okay even people who like are huge fans of the Beatles they you know they'll see that even parodied or whatever and like they know what it is they know what it's you know what that with that album cover is even if someone's referring to like Oh yeah we know what that is just look the sergeant pepper's Lonely Hearts Club in how how many times does that cover been re furbish true later yeah go in for of course the the cover at least the that particular image that Paul ended up deciding vassals various for the cover has its own it's not just me I is a Beatles image but the whole Paul is dead rumor that people still some people still persist is a thing because we because Paul is barefoot in the image it's like Joe Johnson white so he must be like the age of death or whatever and Enjo Ringo is the undertaker he's wearing black and then George's in what we call Canadian Tuxedo Montana so he spe- yeah the the grave digger dressed for to be getting all dirty and stuff no wearing sandals the suit and it looks stupid that's why he's there and then they tell you to the surgeon tap resolve because supposedly the tire is the far guitars supposedly spills like Paul backwards with a question mark or something like that yeah okay guys oh by God he confirmed that people are funny yes it's like Paul McCartney's dot dead he is he was not replaced in this is not the most longest running think conspiracy the history of guidance like sorry but this is not something people are capable pulling off for fifty years Fifty Years You have you have you have a band is famous and as popular as the Beatles and the tin oil hats come out I mean it's it's AP anything gosh that's just funny but it did make for good publicity for album sales drew one way to do it apparently the whites of Volkswagen that's also in the image the license plate was stolen from that car a number of time eventually the car was sold at auction in one thousand nine hundred eighty six and was put on display museum in Germany in two thousand one I don't know if it's still there so air some images out there of the cover where pulse cigarette has been airbrushed out in the sixties people smoked smoked go but yes the that shot has been parodied and copied and I being there we got version of an image for doctor who with Peter Cappelli Eh Jenna Coleman and adult Yep now if you watch the believe it's the behind the scenes four I don't remember which I think its return of keying if you've got the extent especial additions of the Lord of the Rings Trilogy I think it's the behind the scenes for return king they did some of the recording and sound mixing for the music at Abbey Road Studios and of course Peter Jackson I had to insist on he in some of the other people going out there on the crosswalk at get their shots so Ed believed here Jackson is the ones barefoot so that does not Senator Jackson is dead Yeah I mean good grief even like okay so the the power puff girls back in the day did a did a whole episode where it was all just a Beatles parody send up pastiche whatever you WANNA call it and like the the the four four the villains like teamed up and they became the greatest villains in the world and because they beat the power puff girls and they even did like a shot where they're walking across the the the road and the crosswalk and it's like it's it's hilarious it's called meet the Beatles so if you ever get a kid to watch it is just it is just one Beatles Pun after other after another after another as it eventually the power puff girls beat a because the Beatles to to break up because a Mojo gets his own version of Yoko Ono it's a monkey monkey from the zoo Oh boy anyway at this point is it's a popular thing yeah so let's jump into the album and the songs so The first track is come together which I did my lovely rendition of the star of the show which is pretty iconic think and apparently come together started as John Lennon's attempt to write a song for some guy running for Governor California against Ronald Reagan Timothy Leary so apparently who is a psychologist but I guess leary purse John Lennon to try and write him campaign song and he just could not Really up with with anything good and then leary got sent to prison for possession of marijuana so then land was off the hook.

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"five" Discussed on FIVE - The 5G Podcast for Marketers

FIVE - The 5G Podcast for Marketers

12:34 min | 2 years ago

"five" Discussed on FIVE - The 5G Podcast for Marketers

"Aw are i think the vast majority of consumers don't care that much but i actually think think that marketers and publishers absolutely do care and because they're real fines in real threats to the outcry here in the media people people don't actually care about privacy i don't think most people care that much let's talk five jeep and welcome to five the podcast the breakdown five g. for marketers this is episode take five live i'm jake moskowitz this episode was recorded live on stage on tuesday september twenty fourth orth during advertising week in new york for this episode we wanted to take the five g. discussion out of the studio out of the single topic format to have a broader conversation asian out in the marketing world as you'll hear we had some great guests with us and instead of asking the questions this time around i got a chance to answer a few the guy wearing the moderator had is jeremy kaplan here's jeremy jeremy kaplan i am the editor in chief of digital trends if you're unfamiliar with digital trends where a lot like scene technology review site except for we're seeing that's younger cooler hip or cousin who kind of came in from europe everybody like more so he stuck around a little bit about like seeing that we review a lot of products we help to clear the clutter and ancic cut through the confusion for people living in a very digital world these days it becomes really complex and that's what our expertise is is is just cutting through the confusion and helping understand things nothing could possibly be more confusing than five g. in fact quick show of hands there was probably got a cell phone on the right right that when using a cell phone i imagine this one or two people who are using cell phones maybe it's just me that's insane anybody using a five g. phone right now not so much it's an emerging technology but i think one that is really transformative and means an awful lot for a lot of different industries including the advertising and marketing space which we're going to dig into here here on this podcast today and some friends of mine jeremy lock horne former VP of experience strategy for mobile emerging technology at agency sapient razer fish and mike munro the ceo of who gentlemen come on join us please and so where to dig into five g. book four we do why don't you guys take a few minutes to introduce yourselves and tell us a little about who you warn when you do sure germ corn formerly of sapient razor fish i was there for just over twenty years and i left about a year ago to start my own consulting nothing business modeled after my named after my twitter handle my longtime twitter handle a new media geek so i'm running firm called new mitigate consulting a lot of work with brands and around emerging technologies and what changes they need to implement in order to prepare for the disruptions that will be wrought by things like five g. and then also helping technology companies startups in big companies like you know find a path into partnership with brands mike moreau m. the CEO of habu it say a one to one personalization platform for marketers enables the two way communication between marketers and consumers been in data for a long time prior to habu which is adjust formerly launching now i was with crocs for about six years so been really rolling deepen data for a number of years and also i'll just add a little bit to what i mentioned before my name is jake i worked for a company called erickson emoto which is a subsidiary the of ericsson ericsson is the is the major telecommunications infrastructure provider that enables the cellular communications of phones eighty percent of traffic in the US on mobile phones run through ericsson equipment and emoto is focused on monitoring the data that runs through those pipes to improve the quality of advertising retiring in the marketing industry and i oversee data strategy and also the moto institute which is the thought leadership element of emoto and that's the area that produces this podcast so five g. obviously one more than four g. so it's better right but it's obviously a lot more than that there's latency involved authors pervasive computing there's wireless this and that maybe you guys could take a few minutes to walk through what exactly five g. is it's more than just your cell phone right yeah i actually think five g. is terrible misnomer in some ways because of what you just said people immediately assume that it's sort of you the same difference between five g. and four g. is similar to the difference between four g. and three g. but really five g. as a whole new way to think about how your phone communicates to the infrastructure because the latency issue it's not really just about the speed it's about the responsiveness and that's what's going to allow real time experiences which is what's going to change what consumer experiences look look like in the future i think about five g. s kind of a three legged stool one leg being the speed which is what gets most of the night to your point the second like being low latency to get a little technical the four g. spec hits around seventy milliseconds latency the five g. spec is self one millisecond the second latency right so you're very near real time and then the third is that the spec is calling for ten times the number of simultaneous device support minimum right so every four g. not can support deport one device let's say every five denotes should be able to support tin simultaneous devices and of course those are just samples so when you you put those through three three things together it is much bigger than the change from three g. to four g. it's a different step change for sure in the number of devices that will be contributing and data for marketers uses just exponentially higher and i think you know as we think about things like personalization is all marketers do the more data into the more real time quality data the better and five g. really opens up a whole new door to marketers look at if i could there's there's a fourth pillar there which is up positioning and accuracy which kind of gets overlooked in the entire picture because latency is important speeds obviously transformative but for most experiences with your phone today we live on GPS and GPS is not very accurate and if you're talking about fifty applications and vehicles for example one thing the industry is very excited about you really i need to precisely where your car is elaine relative to the vehicle next yours or else there is little accident potential so positioning becomes very important and it's something we're to talk about here here because obviously where exactly you are as a very relevant data point for advertisers marketers so let's talk a little bit about what you can do with five abbvie and i guess maybe the question is it even possible to predict where this technology is going because this is a very transformative underlying technology nut just to sell your thing but if you if you you're the industry and you believe the hype this is going to transform everything we do i for one don't like hype hype around five g. but anyway why is it possible to predict based on some of this hype in this speculation what people are gonna start doing with five g. what is it going to mean a having gone to two big trade shows over the last three or four years like mobile world congress in CAS a lot of infrastructure providers at those shows have been demonstrating strating various use cases for five g. and it's a lot of what you hear in the hype cycles you know like higher resolution video that downloads is much more quickly better augmented reality better virtual reality connected vehicles and vehicles and you know all of those things but it but i think when you when you really start to have conversations with with folks at those companies and ask them like really what does the future hold i think they recognize recognize it common set of use cases they're fairly obvious but then there's a whole bunch of stuff that like just nobody has dreamed up yet and we saw that seem step change happen again and we moved from three jada four g. and it just enabled all kinds of companies to to disrupt businesses around the world you know like rideshare for example and streaming video over mobile connections all of that you know yes it was probably possible under three g but the scale and scope and you know better technology behind four g. really kind of those things up and like if you would ask somebody in the three d. j. three three days you know what's four g you going to do i don't know that they would have said it's is gonna want uber exploding ten second videos race efforts to steer technologies often end up in failure sure i was thinking back to when DVD's first launched in one of the big feature they hadn't DVD's with the ability to switch between multiple camera angles so you're watching pulp fiction or the usual suspects or something you push a button and you can see it from a different angle which almost never happened no one ever actually used despite the fact baked into the into the spec from the get-go so maybe it's it's just impossible to say what's actually going to happen i do think so and i think part of the reason is because five g. is not going to fix problems on its own that it requires requires a lot of complementary technologies in order to thrive five g. cell tower on its own isn't gonna make that much of an impact is not going to make your forged phones super fast you need a five g. phone you know the website the you're trying to access has to implement its infrastructure differently to enable the kinda latency that's possible with five g. you need totally new AR VR goggles you need AI models that leverage all those new data data points that you mentioned mike so that's the other things it's especially hard to predict what five g. will do because it's dependent on so many other technologies in some ways five g. is really just an enabling enabling technology for these other technologies may have been around for awhile but may not have thrived because five g. didn't exist yet yeah i mean they have to be able to catch what what you're pitching and that's always an issue and you have new emerging technology any the legacy systems have to be able to process new data and really catch catch what you're pitching these can take years for all of the existing industries to catch up but it definitely opens up so many opportunities for new innovative companies to come in and disrupt well let me just put a line in the sand here one thing we could sit up here and do as hyper you guys what we've heard and a lot of companies talk about five g. and they said well it's going to be transformative you're going to have these augmented reality experiences that are astonishing you're going to have self driving vehicles and you're able to do whatever you want because you've got five g. in there air and you can sit back and you'll be have you know they'll tell you about the things that you're passing by marketing director ucar look i think it's very practical for us or for you to hear here that i'd like us to stay away from some of the pie in the sky hype around the stuff is talk a little bit more specific things because i think there are some very specific things that five g. directly enables else which can be enabled today can impact the marketing advertising experiences we have one thing that seems really obvious is we talked about the great bandwidth delivery video video right so immediately you can have that what sort of an impact does that have on the web experience right now you have a programmatic experience where there's tons of pixels and a few seconds of downloads just stuff and i think five g. should eliminate all of that and really make a lot of our web browsing experience seamless right is is going the do that is going to improve things on that level not by itself yeah i mean you know to jake's point earlier yeah the bandwidth is going to be faster than the latency is going to be lower lower but if the if we don't adapt to the infrastructure and reduce things like tag blowed in the number of hops in ad request has to go through five gbs not gonna i saw that it's still browser processing time and you know all kinds of other infrastructure stuff that five years designed to fix so yeah i i think we've got to work together as an industry because what's going to happen is the user is not going to you know doesn't really care about the programmatic you know supply chain and how many hops the ad it has to go through to get on the phone they know that they can download a four k..

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"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

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"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

06:10 min | 3 years ago

"five" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"W radio and you're listening to the five ish Vandross podcasts. Let's do this. Squeak continue all the way to episode two hundred twenty two of the five ish Fanduls podcasts. And if you're headed to either of US, Disney parks later this year, you may need more than the force be with you. Welcome to this week's of the five ish Pokka. So let's let's start if I could do over the virtual. We'll see you during this week. This is Brittany Bethlehem. This is Ali from Wisconsin. And this is Rachel in inap- neyla. Hello. Oh by a case of the Sipe happy's or something. I don't know. I didn't party that hard over the weekend. That was just a just a still a bit too hardy for this thirty six year old. Oh, my where did you gently take somebody's drinking? You word supposed to. No. I don't think. So Noah's new Saint Patrick's Day. So I don't have like Greece beard Lightfoot anyway. That's why problem not. All right. Eddie. News. Let's do the news. I up some convention slash event. News pop cod has announced what they are calling pup con geek week so kicking off may thirty first which is the week before popcorn the weekend before pop con going up until through pop popcorn which is June seventh through ninth. There are going to have a series of events different things. So right now on the calendar is on may thirty first pop on. It's gonna take over food Chuck Friday, which if you're downtown in Nablus on Georgia's street. During the warmer season. They always have food trucks outside so they're encouraging people to come where something geeky and hang up quite organizers probably be giveaways. I would guess knowing knowing pop con probably going to give away things. So maybe some popcorn swag, so go get lunch. Maybe get a little bonus stuff with much. And then on June first, which is Saturday. They're gonna be sponsoring the along with the the superhero run, which is a charity five K that takes place downtown sports child advocates, which is a local charity, it's at white river state park. So puzzling to that to register either as an individual or as a team costumes are encouraged. So, you know, if you've got that wonder woman to to Jim need some reason to wear here's your optionality. Go run the five K there's one mile walk for those that can't do the five K or maybe you've got little ones that will get tired quickly you undo his family just one mile. Now, it goes to the cost. That is at least what's on the schedule. Now, Paul is also looking for more groups and businesses to get involved. So if you follow the lake though will put in the show notes, you can contact pot cod, and they will work with you to figure out subway to incorporate whatever your business organization is into something geeky. To help spread the word for pop cons. That's exciting. And I'm all I'm all for more popcorn hike. Like, hey, you started the cop gone, hyper weaker early. Sure. What? The nominations are open for the dragon awards. So you could go, and it's all there's all sorts of categories, and it's open to look obviously on the website for the very specific. What qualifies in what does it? But there's a lot of categories. So you could go and do that and maybe your favorite book or author maybe get nominated nominate them they get one voting opens. You can vote for made billowing who knows? And then I had this to the show notes but just announced to day. They the out in San Francisco they made announced because they're building a new basketball arena for the Golden State Warriors. But it opens later this fall in September and on top of being a basketball venue like most major cities have an MBA t- their basketball, venue, also doubles as a entertainment venue for concerts, and that sort of thing I've seen lots of concerts baker's life here in Indy..

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