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"francesco" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

08:23 min | 5 d ago

"francesco" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Zina's another one. That people use benadryl. Is it a higher dose than what humans take. Actually yeah it is actually higher So yeah For large dogs. I mean people take a twenty five milligram benadryl large dogs might take fifty milligrams or more so it. It would put us under the table for probably a day and a half. So but yeah. Yeah and i don't like to discuss juices on the radio. Just because i don't know all your pets specific diagnoses so i can't really advise you on how much you should give. You can definitely talk to your doctor about specific directives for her purchase at caveat. Well it is an injection and that will only be at your veterinarian and it is a new product so you may have to kinda check around to see But that plus some of the other drugs one called apple quelled. That's really fabulous for dogs with allergies. We have to do a little more kind of screening and checking with pets scratching. There's nothing i can do about it. You know yeah well. There are some things but we really have to kind of an in in these situations what i usually do is. I'll say okay. This is what i would like to do to figure out what's the cause. And then these are some of the therapies we might use and depending on the budget honestly and how long the pets have the problem. We kind of pick and choose what we need to do. So if it's a matter that See we have kind of a narrow budget to work with. We may say okay like to test these minimal things. But let's try these stops that might be treating for mites With one of these oral products might be using a shampoo. It might be making sure we're doing some good flea control And then maybe something to help with the edge so i. I think there's a lot of things that can be done but the first step is kind of asking for help and making sure we start to direct that towards her skin. Well doctor thank you. Thanks sam we wish you the best of luck if you have any more questions or need a follow up. Just give us a call through the free animal radio app for iphone and android download it. Now you're listening to animal radio. Call the dream team now with a free animal. Radio app for iphone and android ferguson. Modern family i'm on animal. Radio adopt a pet puppy pans convenient. But sometimes the really gross. That's why lady bug. The animal radio studios done dog uses the brilliant pads self cleaning puppy bad it seals away the waste and replaces the dirty pad four us. Brilliant pad keeps the animal radio studios mellon fresh in fact all we have to do is replace the role once every few weeks. Let me tell you. That's pretty fast and easy to do. I love it and bug gives it five paws up. You learn more about this. Amazing machine. Over at brilliant had dot com. You're listening to animal radio if you missed. Any part of today's show visit us at animal. Radio dot com or download the animal radio app for iphone and android damnable radio celebrating the connection with our pets. And we'll head back to the phones after this visit with francesco. Marchiano who francesco. Who i remember the first time we had him on. I screwed up his name. Like nobody's business. But i've been practicing all night for it right now francesco. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much in. Wow you pronounce the hell out of the name. Thank you know if if you do it really fast pretty much. Get away with anything. If you can fly like forty syllables into one second and works well for those. That are brand new to animal radio. Well welcome francesco has been on. Before he is the author of the sally forth cartoon the earn yeah living but fourth through and we found out last time that you dry. You just actually write it as i'm and so you have to come up with an idea with a picture in your head and then you try to express it to the Illustrations yeah that's right the dialogue. And then i do a scene description of it as a screenplay for tiny little movie theater That's an interesting thing that that there's so many people that are involved in making the comic strip. I believe when You know the peanuts creator charles. Shulz did he just did it. Both he did the he wrote the. I don't know maybe you know. But i imagine that. He illustrated it as well as wrote the copy. He did he he's he. They're actually plenty of cartoonist. Who do both. I mean it's like a half and half there's somewhere to writer and illustrator but a lot of times like say garfield when that i started out. Jim davis would do it all now. He's got eighty people. But then i mean it's tough. It cannot be one person who does both. How do you get a job writing a comic strip. How do you justify this career folks mistake with an english major dump getting I was happy. English major I will. I just omitted comic strips. And i i would submit a comic strip. Right did the illustrating and the writing and kept waiting. One day i got a call from one of the indicates says we really love your work. We're not gonna we're not gonna use it which sounded particularly cruel They were looking for new writer for sally forth and they said that i want to try it. I say yes. I actually never read the strip because it was not in the paper in my paper. my hometown paper growing up. And you have it. And so i read like fifteen years of the strip and started writing an exciting story. I'm sure well you. I can tell. I can feel the tension just getting thick thick. I just wanted to cut it at that point. We have you on the phone today because your second on. This is out on this too which is tell listeners. With that is. It isn't easy sequel to i could pee on this and other poems by cats as i could be on this two poems by more cats and it's essentially exactly what it is. It's a collection of poems written by cats. They actually voted despite the fact. They don't have something so they use us to keep big demand for the second version I'm trying to read. How exactly you just ask it. The first book has done really well. I think there's over a million copies in print and so we we took that as a sign that maybe we should put out a second one. Do you translate for the cats or do you What is your involvement. Hold the typewriter for them. How do you. How are you involved in this whole process. I guess you leave the million in the room with typewriters you come back you realize. They've written hamlet forty different ways. And eventually you just get to focus on poetry Yeah i mean basically okay. The real version is is that i've grown up with a of cats and i just try to think in this is gonna sound remarkably healthy. I try to think in terms of how cat would in particular situations. I could chew on this dog lovers right i do. I chew on this and then this is going on. I need my mommy which is for the kittens and then you need more sleep. Which is cats advice to people. I am not. you're not not i. This is this is the takeaway. I'm going to get from this interview. So they just assume. I'm living alone or four thousand pets in some new york city apartment white broken all the ten codes or having a healthy relationship. Now that single I had two cats. Their sisters li lo and kiki and are they like most cats. Like my cat won't give me the time of day. it's they. They have very little interest in anything that i have to bring to. The table must be on their terms host of animal radio. Mike catch them pay attention. I've got nothing. I got nothing with them. They're actually very friendly. They're actually Remarkably friendly cats quite cuddly. And they're actually not the structure they yet to ruin a piece of furniture in the apartment. Well good i'm going to give away a couple of your books. Is that okay. That's perfectly fine. Yeah i could be on this to francesco. Much is the author. And we'll put the league's quote fast and on the name is excessively italian. I'm not even full. Italian names excessively italian when it goes like that you got just slowed down. We're going to put this spelling up at the website. at animal. radio.

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Schumer: U.S. Senate to Stage Voting Rights Reform Bill Vote

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:52 min | Last week

Schumer: U.S. Senate to Stage Voting Rights Reform Bill Vote

"While republican led states like texas are busy erecting. All the voting impediments they can think of senate majority leader. Chuck schumer is promising action to protect voting rights on the federal level. The republican led war on. Democracy has only worsened. In the last few weeks most notably the governor of texas recently signed into law vile new voter suppression bill that ranks one of the most draconian undemocratic in living memory. This is unacceptable so the senate must act. I intend to hold a vote in the senate as early as next week on voting rights legislation time time is of the essence. Still with us. Professor victoria di francesco. Soto and matthew dowd a professor. I want to circle back to voting rights and a hot minute but first considering texas leading the nation in voting restrictions and choice restrictions tell our audience. What's going to happen. When redistricting comes up. I believe we have about a week until that starts right so we from today. The second sean legislative session starts which is dedicated to redrawing the lines end. What we see in texas is a hard right. Turn something okay. It is gone too far to the right. it will snap back but what we're looking at with. The upcoming redistricting. Under a republican led legislature is a lot of the things that we've seen over the last year over the past couple of years are going to be institutionalized because republicans are squarely in the driver's seat. Outdrawing those maps and brian. This is the first time in recent history that we're going to be having matt strong without the protection of sexy five from the voting rights act that was repealed that was struck down by by the supreme court in two thousand

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"francesco" Discussed on In Your Shoes With Mauro Porcini

In Your Shoes With Mauro Porcini

06:42 min | Last month

"francesco" Discussed on In Your Shoes With Mauro Porcini

"Because you needle do make you cool your company by because you believe insanity so twenty sahgal went years ago. When the minister of the recall a system anita Gave me the award for the best life. Interpretation of my territory was the day number one for me to take it. Sounds like that walking like this morning. Reduce a looker. In dominica moment your model that he's allows booker do them which they can all too because they don't have a transit through the bank. So i will the one to be the bank for them because i want to have those people who going to be alive. So this is the approach. Then we sustainability from ever always stole the my terry tali to the restaurant and they never talk about las. I always shared the war for the funding for the our life for people. Give us the food day our our ego that we are elastic shave but who make the restaurant. Great is the was building our like it. It's our farmers are what we got to. This is what. I want to try to tell everybody the we are they at vitaliano so we started that the follow this basically choose seeks the defendant the project on the and i stopped just saw with one thousand three and i gave it to hold my friends as a as a super wachter sustainability be closer. I take Moss or less than a plane from rome. Michael j. the jester like give us one hundred thousand fifty a kilo grams q. Off co two. So one three is exactly the formula to match at balance with. Let's wanna they might trauma you know one arrive in dick thousand in twenty four to twenty five thousand three. How old so other restaurant to be. Sustainable mike is still already do. This is a beautiful initiatives and they love our. You're connecting your Carbon foot way. We replant trees the combatants. That gap deal that thing that you mentioned earlier that i mentioned a few times in during this conversation is these. Tv shows more than why we may start from the last one. You're working on discovery. Channel on on the reston's post saw what is going to. It's a it's a big italy. It's bomb because because i understand the d'italia sounding lying it's everywhere and i look. I respect every farmer food because food think is the most mccarthy way to do something so i knock cobaine. It's easy. I just like what to try to preserve the classic recipe. Because i think is a part of our what concert and because sometime other country just the marketing. Some dishes coated with these. Nee i wanna just seven. Not because needle expected the recipe. They addressed the not specific. Kind of these simple nicotiana. The carbone out everybody who also do badger the muscles they put cream. David dietz. this is not Is your eat the petition of carmona. I never to like to be you know what this is. The only way to do something no way by the that is the only way to call one dish. Yes you know what i mean. Come on come on these for announcing such important this. You know what i mean. So you can't buy. We can to be used to us from now now. Everybody i'm glad you are. You're berry what better than me. So legal beginning. He was from his concept. I'm basically going around the water one this time front of the recipe. I wanna know how you make the cowboys out of it. It's it's a based on just a few ignorance a pastor blackbir- fun tastic axe to be fantastic ads and trump. And that's it very very easy. Just these ingredients. You don't wanna touch anything. Don't put y'all ignoble tiny grain. The whole you know. I mean it's very easy and classic raising everybody. In fact in fact way and six cool so the beginning he was a very successful show because it sure daily tanya proud around and for me duty interview just a soulless people don't eat and just cry because they so they're gonna like it took about. He was amazing. Is such an unbelievable fantastic value for my knife like they just gave you go. All around the world to italian restaurants in the us in the egypt's in different countries around the world. You feed sure the restaurants you talk about the issues that the bet ride the results of the game inside because i'm going to x fossil people leave a in this society. Bring me in this favorite wrestler so that the game Jimmy tune everybody going to be the judge. They one of the handled dignity.

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"francesco" Discussed on In Your Shoes With Mauro Porcini

In Your Shoes With Mauro Porcini

07:49 min | Last month

"francesco" Discussed on In Your Shoes With Mauro Porcini

"To discover a different point of view on your own coach. So you went out you change perspective you know you embrace the diversity of thinking of another county and then you went back two years later with your all neil way of thinking there was contamination and the roster physician off the bottom one and the american one. And then you'll be no bathing at the point in italy. These betty interesting. This applied plenty body. Automatic on that goes to brazil tweets area in unchanged perspective. And go back. There is something really powerful in the idea of getting out of your comfort zone. Learn new things changing point of view and going back. There is something typical of what you do with your restaurants needs of the port in these in other countries that these also decal the talion restaurant experience. And you're right to these restaurants and somehow especially yours. Is you feel like wet combined family and you feel that that the people that care about is not just this creep. You know asking you at a certain point during the meal. Do you need that or the end of the day at the end of your meal. Like get out of the way because we have new casts on there is offering. Maybe you're not little lemon chandler or doing some hispanic and then obviously you're different kinds of clients and everything so you have this mindset off beaming meaningful experiences for your customers or the time. You told me some stories that i don't if you can share with us about cincinnati and and i think there were beautiful stars are you. Have you know an extra. The united way in this case about this customers that you are dining about madonna few order. Is that anything that you can wanna shine with us about building unique Hugo she's she's just just a can. I love her so much. Atp she's one of the first any spy knee so much for life is best down gay. All roma and looting officials impossible come to enjoy up the obeys because she was too courageous. Easy busy we define that with people who she moved and gita suggested wear often we deal Normally we like residencies whatever to drive with the vest we demand me beckon the most in go around the room with the casca and nobody can. We've met yet for my son and he said no. I will try to do this if you show me. If you saw somebody come with the best buy product is me and she thinks and she needs to show his suggestion and then she has an amazing nine. She has a great night. And by the handed the dean. She left the best bar in front of the wrestling and the body got asked me to bring their best built out in adid by went to the to the saw when they rented invest in abidance for an sheep were buddies as she was so happy as she saw. She saw me francesco. Unique to me when you hope a new your cj. We should've asked because one thousand nine thousand. And because i want to do something special for you and she basically she way defense celebral commun- but after i study in brooklyn for us. We open the sun she was at issue was around festival. Com- e- marissa. I remember very clear will snowing like crazy. She's common. We take the person older than older dancer we rocco and we lose and we'd everybody at iowa's was a we have a to. Dj from billionaire from france. Oh my soul. I panic. Peaking cried board night retire and she said you know what i mean. I'm not gonna forget what me. So this is my friend. And she's running. Basically the press release for. She had to do that. Yeah what you know. We we talk so much about these debates. Been through answers on one side for communication. Npr than other topic that we all told kabbah this once again. The building designing imagining executing meaningful experiences for people. And that's what you did in a very generous and spoon tana's way and they think this this is something very powerful of stories like yours where you just do it because you know that is going to be value because you love to do it. And obviously i ask you for madonna. Because he's a very nice started to but in different ways in different years with different levels of efforts that the idea the eight. Something special for your customers gave them inexperience. They can't remember forever with your own. Identity your own approach with your side. There is another thing that you're doing Received an email from from you recently about a tree. And is your 'em efforts in the war sustainability. So what is standing. Bt restaurant stability in competent pepsico food and beverage. We talk a lot about this. But what does sustainability means for a restaurant him for a business like yours and doing with these trees yet so festival model. Who's running restaurant a big powerful in the community. He goes imagine a restaurant to drive around. Recover day you impacted those people with your diesel so you have a bigger topic doom though it's essential involved in this enough to defend any moment if we're not than this they mystique than we did. That's a problem that's only abroad. I cannot support people to say. Oh my god he's done. They're finding she's gone. We're going to do what we did before. I say no way we need to descend what we did wrong and not do before The hand of the deal december thirty first. Everybody say less vulgarity doesn't donoso var is a no one forget the keeping memory day by day because these is gonna be the batch. I'll you wecker j.j. i'll you were a nest and also to respected unless generation. Because i take also Dries ola your generation for the wall that we're going to get data and so for mississippi. It's something very very important. Because each separate dan there is not just hope. There had to be action now. Talking about who city babies thoughts that camacho in everybody took command and sustainability. Because it's something that you can make publicity on off for your company you'll need to act as a live cya.

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"francesco" Discussed on In Your Shoes With Mauro Porcini

In Your Shoes With Mauro Porcini

06:41 min | Last month

"francesco" Discussed on In Your Shoes With Mauro Porcini

"Rome. He grew up in his family restaurant and up peyser which has been in his family since. Nineteen twenty two in two thousand and twenty broader restaurant state sides with the opening of anti-capitalism grouping into one thousand nine hundred partners than without group to open the rest arm fiddle chip in manhattan. Is it the division lost. He has appeared in numerous opinions shows including ito brooklyn. Man and the little gigi tony. He's now a work on a new show. We the discovery channel leaching yami flock about covering nineteen impact on your speed hannity industry in addition to his work as a restore vision cost is the recipient of a variety of different awards like cavalierly commanche akagi level or national accent award universal international war then the nationally tigon american foundation for tonics award in two thousand fifteen. His humanitarian work was recognized by tough francis and in december twenty twenty was being a unicef national campaign. Leader francesco panhandler. Waco to your shoes is such a pleasure you with thus jessica find on small. I'd suit so happy to be. You'll actually get up leisurely you see your more often more girls. Now you're in your say so. Thank you for these amazing fantastic so francesco. The first thing. I'm gonna ask you is a you. Count from a family of ristorante tours. Your restaurant in rome is one of the most famous restaurants in in our beautiful beautiful capital of easily. But then you you kept doing that kind of war from your family but you also started to do other things you you have a tv show more than one. So can you tell us a little bit in the journey of this song of restored. Autour to where you are today. Good mild or you want to know from the beginning yet. I know that it could take research in front of a good meal. Disagreement to get money to actually vehicles at peak is important also might ym becoming so much basham. I mean i guess abso- and through that alleged be Doesn't work was shot by childhood. Was the big like the because they have some legal issue remittance Dozen let me allow to a father. And the infamy was i was on a softball tragedy. And after some years as that who make my father better Star the circle coming. The restaurant just a few times a week on wednesday on on saturday after my school so i finally momentum is coming from due to the opposite way. She's very like me class. Very likely time young. You know way to d.c. Fathers these genius crazy really crazy man by item but the crazy so my father try to show me much beautiful. Even the restaurant when my mother pushed me. How and when you are keyed so you leave you with these like a different opinion than doesn't latch allow descend one side and one. So i wasn't the middle of this then feeling something spacious with the energy of the restaurant you know the math leaguer They way the soul can end sometime citing with a chef. People can't the fund the renaming all those people read these amazing guy inside the restaurant. Just that drive me crazy. Just some crazy so the mind fast night at the restaurant were father was on a saturday night. Montana bo was beater. Traumatic alexandersson melissa. Much love at this job because for some reason may daddah. Which is you. Don't forget me in the restaurant in the night and company denied the need to take this season funding to go to the house. My father or spain. The restaurant abet point icy nowak and feeling comfortable. I like to stay over here so model. Just let you know the restaurant thing tonight. But we bill energy is not a defendant. Any you start to hire different noise eat something. That is very unusual from the perspective of our jaw but to say you know what i'm going to say. E r yasser spoke. My father and the father said the restaurant is awesome. So if you'll sleeping the restaurant not gonna wake up you because you are to the restaurant because a my knife. It's easy tiger so be trauma being stuck on this sunday defense. Virginia restaurant specially when that. He's the energetic. When the energy and after siamese second to again tell them you need to take the good at the restaurant if you are to running the restaurant broken with patient love because there is not just a fun box. Which is the button. Everybody's by that he's also some crazy diet time to face like wake up on the money always be ready. Dj answer is the key off our job but that he's too big softer than guys like me. Have life degenerates and the regrets that any chance because we need to be always rating. There is no like any option mountain view copy at midnight. You wanna eat that. You're gonna eat and then agree because up because to tie you. Say not osama booty. Diplomacy needs for me agreed. The it's more valuable than diligence. 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"francesco" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

05:25 min | Last month

"francesco" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

"Some of the things they do have to handle that weren't around when even people my age growing up and playing the game from the social media to the overall you know just media in general. It's it's a lot larger now in these guys are high end players and prospects that get a lot of attention rate from the time. They're you know even thirteen fourteen years old And we always joke in. Were part of the problem A little vet. Because you know were were trying to get the best players and we're trying to recruit players trying to draft players that are fifty years old but even before we get our hands on them and start watching them play in started coaching them. There's agents trying to recruit them You got ncwa teams trying to recruit the got hotel teams trying to draft the us ahl teams trying to draft. You recruit them. So by the time they're fifteen or sixteen years old. A lot of these guys are some of the top players have been told by numerous people that How good they are and and you've got do this. You got to do that and we want you here and so it's difficult sometimes to keep that in check like you mention find that right balance of humility while also staying confident in your abilities and i think the guys that do that. The best and francesco is one of those guys for sure. It can find that balance between the two. You're usually the guys that do well for themselves. And if that balanced gets set off and it ends up being too much confidence than it usually has a way of catching up with you but it it can go the other way too. If you don't have confidence in your abilities have that kind of a little bit of swagger. That's the reason why the top players because they're good and so you know and they've always most likely been good growing up so It's definitely a tough tough thing to manage..

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"francesco" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

05:16 min | Last month

"francesco" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"Of the things they do have to handle that weren't around when even people my age growing up and playing the game from the social media to the overall you know just media in general. It's it's a lot larger now. These guys are high end players and prospects that get a lot of attention rate from the time they're you know even thirteen fourteen years old And we always joke in. Were part of the problem Little vet because you know were were trying to get the best players and we're trying to recruit players trying to draft players. You know they're fifty years old but even before we get our hands on them and start watching them play in started coaching them. There's agents trying to recruit them You got ncwa teams trying to recruit the got hotel teams trying to draft the us ahl teams trying to draft. You recruit them. So by the time they're fifteen or sixteen years old. A lot of these guys that are some of the top players have been told by numerous people that How good they are and and you've got do this. You got to do that. We want you here and and so it's difficult sometimes to keep that in check like you mentioned find that right balance of humility while also staying confident in your abilities and i think the guys that do that. The best and francesco is one of those guys for sure. It can find that balance between the two. You're usually the guys that do well for themselves. And if that balanced gets set off and it ends up being too much confidence than it usually has a way of catching up with you but it it can go the other way too. If you don't have confidence in your abilities have that kind of a little bit of swagger. That's the reason why they're the top layers because they're good and so you know and they've always most likely been good growing up so It's definitely a tough tough thing to manage..

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"francesco" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

03:56 min | Last month

"francesco" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"There are three right. Yeah so it's interesting. We're continuing to see that trend with people who are paying attention to the news and you know we are. You know always shore to be skeptical as well because the last few waves of ai have gone into winters because people are over promising and under delivering on. What ai can actually do. And that's the last thing that we want now. So everybody you know. Take that news and be a skeptic and dig deeper Definitely with marketing spin and hype as well. Yeah exact- i mean creating this very high expectations is gonna fire back for sure. Exactly so francesco. This has been an incredible podcast and we always like to end our interviews with asking our guests the same question because we always get such varied results no matter how many times we ask so. I'm looking forward to hear what you have to say as a final note. What do you believe. The future of a is in general and its application to organizations and beyond this more philosophical or what. We're going to let you take that however you want. Yeah okay. Well i think that The biggest bottleneck of of artificial intelligence organizations like is Definitely represented by data and the and the management of workflows You know i. I really tax you know. This is no big news. That volumes are doomed to increase in the next few years Workflows are doomed to become more complex. And so the problem that they see there is that if we don't tame such issues and master them the will always be a gap to be. Feel because at some point you will have to face. A volume of data is prohibited for you to calculate even the simplest function even the most easiest linear regression. It's going to be prohibited from a general standpoint will definitely see artificial intelligence and machine learning more and more deployed into devices around that. And you know. I'm not referring to the tests that we used to foaming in our daily life like booking a fly tower or Choosing a recipe or or or matching our next date and stuff like that. But i'm talking about the toaster shoes that we wear the clothes we buy The normal things. I'm quoting normal will become more and more. Let's smart right. And i'm saying this now because even though i think that they saw the said this years ago but the technology was not ready back in the days as i said of always been very sober and veterinary stick when it comes to making claims about is so. That's why today twenty twenty one. I feel comfortable in saying these things to conclude it from a more tactical aspect of touching bit about ethics is another thing that we are Discussing quite a lot. These days Due to the fact that there is this belief that artificial intelligence is you know kind of a brain without legs right which is clearly not the case so i sometimes find it. Offers to speak about ethics for a function approximates in fact Because that's what it is right. So deep learning is a function of proxy maters. Just a very complex function approximate. Oh but that's what it is now when it comes to ethics.

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"francesco" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

01:55 min | Last month

"francesco" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. And tell them a little bit about your background your podcast and why you started your podcast absolutely still find it very weird to be a guest today usually i'm just to be the host but the spine a to manage that So well yeah my. My background is in computer engineering specialization. In artificial intelligence botox I appreciate computer. Science and Essentially started my career as a as a researcher. I was working on problems in bioinformatics. Were the woods backing. Today's and still The real big big data. Right then. I moved to the corporate world. Am i joined A big pharma and I stated for a couple of years leading the deploying unit and while two years i would say that they were quite enough to realize that i had to build my own a company and and become technology provider for For clients out there. So that's exactly what. I did. In terms of the podcast. Podcast kind of has a story on its own. I started at some time like three years ago or more. Probably the first few months. I i should not count them because it was really an experiment. And the the idea of the podcast was to kind of force myself to summarize papers academic papers and Relatively complex concept in machine learning and make it accessible to technical nontechnical people who would have definitely a skips the academic paper sometimes. That's not really very accessible material.

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Interview With Francesco Gadaleta, Host of Data Science at Home Podcast

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

01:56 min | Last month

Interview With Francesco Gadaleta, Host of Data Science at Home Podcast

"We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. And tell them a little bit about your background your podcast and why you started your podcast absolutely still find it very weird to be a guest today usually i'm just to be the host but the spine a to manage that So well yeah my. My background is in computer engineering specialization. In artificial intelligence botox I appreciate computer. Science and Essentially started my career as a as a researcher. I was working on problems in bioinformatics. Were the woods backing. Today's and still The real big big data. Right then. I moved to the corporate world. Am i joined A big pharma and I stated for a couple of years leading the deploying unit and while two years i would say that they were quite enough to realize that i had to build my own a company and and become technology provider for For clients out there. So that's exactly what. I did. In terms of the podcast. Podcast kind of has a story on its own. I started at some time like three years ago or more. Probably the first few months. I i should not count them because it was really an experiment. And the the idea of the podcast was to kind of force myself to summarize papers academic papers and Relatively complex concept in machine learning and make it accessible to technical nontechnical people who would have definitely a skips the academic paper sometimes. That's not really very accessible material.

South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen Shares Lead at Darkness-Halted US Open

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen Shares Lead at Darkness-Halted US Open

"There is a two way tie on top of the leaderboard after an incomplete first round of the U. S. open Russell Henley is in it for under after nearly sixty seven joined by the south African Louis whose taste in who was one of many players who didn't finish you're doing ninety minute fog delay at the start of the day Francesco Molinari and Rafa Cabrera bail next at three under and Brooks KEPCO joins the decking **** yama and Xander Schauffele flight well placed among those at two under defending champion Bryson the sambo started with a two hundred seventy three Phil Mickelson a four over seventy five I'm Graham like us

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Documentary offers glimpse into life of Pope Francis

NBC Nightly News

01:28 min | 6 months ago

Documentary offers glimpse into life of Pope Francis

"Glimpse into the life of pope francis like you've never seen from a documentary about to air in the us and thompson has a first look at lou like its subject. Controversy follows the documentary francesco. Leads we can make be the film streaming on. Discovery plus ignited firestorm. last october. Revealing pope francis previously unaired support for civil unions. Try the pope saying homosexuals. Have a right to be part of the family on earth by producer director gift. Guinea often the people who said you took things out of context. What he said we should create a cdl unions to protect people so he's endorsing marriages he's not changing the doctrine no church approval of same. Sex marriage reiterated in the vatican's decision last week. Barring priests from blessing such unions one carlos cruz a gay man and clergy sex abuse. Survivor is a friend of francis. On cardinals you understand that. God made you get caught loves you let you. Are the film shows. How crews persistence helped. The pope do one eighty on the sex abuse scandal in chile. Going from denial to an extraordinary apology admiring he leader. Who seeking transparency offering clarity in the mystery of faith

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"francesco" Discussed on In Your Shoes With Mauro Porcini

In Your Shoes With Mauro Porcini

04:10 min | 6 months ago

"francesco" Discussed on In Your Shoes With Mauro Porcini

"You'll go back when stepped forward two steps so we create tension. But i think it's necessary. What what are you working on right now. You you mentioned a movie that you're you're about to start. Can you tell us more about that. Yeah this is another project of sweat and tears. I started a forty years ago. I read the book Right after we release the documentary. And i remember. My mother was still alive. And i told her you know found this book. I think we're gonna make it into a movie four years later between the corona virus you know financing travels whatever we haven't shoddy but we are doing it this summer. Thankfully the movie was the picture as they say was green lit so it's happening It's a novel by the famous norwegian writer. Jonas both It's not a. He's most famous nov. Alita novel called midnight sun The title of the field for various reasons and will end up being the hanging sun and the based on midnight. Sign the novel by john asthma. And it's an awful about a man who wants to raise basta end the kind of not not truly raises past but these pasta and move on and it's a story about the fatherhood. It's a story about what he needs to be Assam not only a father. And i think it was very important for me in the you know in the time i because all of a sudden was about to become The only adults in the family all the the only one responsible orla potentially one day not anymore sign but potentially one day a father. And the and i won't so woes a guy who was a coming to terms with some past and some some issue so something i Identify very much with I find a great actor a very well known initially nameless underboard eat who's going to play the lead and he's going to be surrounded by international cast. It's move english so he's going to act in english. He's the son of immigrants in the in the book so in the film. So there's obviously some you know story points the justify accents and all of that stuff but he's sublime actor. It's a beautiful story that shoots in the north of the world the show in the summer so when the sun never goes down. That's the title be. That's the reason of the title the same time it's a long story and there's very tender relationship with these kids that he meets along the way and with his mother Which i hope the audience will enjoy so you shooting in the summer and ready when it would be released if everything goes well robbie probably day in nineteen..

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"francesco" Discussed on In Your Shoes With Mauro Porcini

In Your Shoes With Mauro Porcini

05:07 min | 6 months ago

"francesco" Discussed on In Your Shoes With Mauro Porcini

"Know lenny kravitz to all of these different kinds nicki menaj and so i thought how refreshing an interesting it is now instead of now being the guy who only shoots you know the very famous people to go back into the hometowns of his new artist and tell their stories We have the lack of doing one. Which i always remember sadly that. The story ended tragically because these young guy. He's name of the artist with juice. World he was becoming very big He died and he died at nineteen years of age but we spent a week almost in chicago going around south chicago when he's neighborhood meeting is matter meeting family. And you know what one of the people we did in the very beginning. Was this very unknown a A girl Ish that no one knew of You know in other was her these new artist. Who's incredible who we did in brooklyn so it was a way to look again at a a new generation instead of only fixing on the super successful and i think that's been a leading thing for my life. Now i'm like i'm looking for both Levels of projects. That's beautiful end in the in. The relation with this corporations in these includes also companies like pepsico our company. What would be your advice as the creator working with these companies these companies should do to really leverage what creative can do in the best possible way. Yes because you know the the the formity standard here. No it's francesco. We are late i have. I don't know how many optimal that all these companies evolve voter is not but but it is possible because the world is moving so fast and we thought we we We learnt if anything with these You know pandemic that may be things don need to move that fast and so the first.

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"francesco" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

05:20 min | 7 months ago

"francesco" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"The biggest thing that continues to stick with me after talking to francesco babe was that it's it's it's a story of success you know. He went through like really dark times and then at birth something beautiful which was skincare line. Right which was something. He's found like immense purpose in. But what's beautiful about. That is that he's like. I have those hard days all the time. So it's not a story of like. I've made it even though it is a story of like i've made it through the worst but he still has days. You know like he. He wakes up. And it's hard to be motivated like you know and you were sharing that with him like you. Were having a rough week. It's hard to be motivated. You feel like you hit a wall. You hit a lull. There's just so many people go through it at different levels. You know whether you have a physical ailment like him or mental and he continues to like pick himself up and see the best in life you know and keep going and it was just such a good reminder. It's like the best is yet to come if you believe that the best is yet to come but if you accept defeat wherever you are even if you're in his shoes then you're defeated but like don't accept defeat keep wing every day show up. He said that he had this greater appreciation for his family and his life after something like this happened and that was kind of his like kind of word of advice i got from all that was just like really soak up the season of life. You're in right now. It may not be the best season of your life But there's so much in that season that you can just see the little golden nuggets of gratitude and he is somebody who is walking that walk and he's choosing gratitude each and every single day And his skin care. Legit is so good. So i sell. Y'all got to use that discount. Tgi twenty so. I stole some. i tried it. It was good. Your mom's all my scandal. Look like as if you guys look him up you. Go to clark's botanical dot com. You can go there about section. You can see his interview down to earth. I really i really. I can't wait to meet them in person. One day really hoping we can go hang out with him in new york. But i just have to say. His skin is on point and we have similar complexion. So i'm just. I'm hoping if i can roll with the clark's botanical. Get my skin and look like that and also to don't forget about the code fam- tgi specifically wanted to hook it up for y'all no strings. Twenty percent off. Go shop on their website. Clark's get outta here babe. I just want to say this is to me. What makes the good life the good life you know when we have guests on like francesco who just opens up the door into his life. The struggle that he's been through the tragedy but then is just so open to share like how he's made the best of his own life and his own circumstances. I mean that to me is somebody who is living. The good life that to me is we are uncovering what it means to live a good life. I mean he's doing it. it's kind of. It's kind of weird. It's like when you get when you get in a rut when you find yourself and maybe a dark placer you can't you can't really just over. Think getting out of that. Rut you just have to do right. You just have to start moving. Because like i've just felt that too. It's like start questioning. You know so many things about myself or am. I leaving the goals that i want achieve and you can't over think it or you just got to start moving in pursuing the things you love and the things that are right in front of you. And that's what he did and and it wound up you know. And he wasn't saying. Like i had this dream of creating this crazy. Skincare line out of necessity right. It was something that was literally right in front of him but it was something that he liked some. He was good at and he started pursuing it. Now it's turned into this right. There's so many of us who were ignoring that thing. That's right in front of us and it hurts us start doing. It's really a call to action for all of us. You know what are the things or what is that thing. That's holding us down our life. What's that one thing that may be has been paralyzing. Yael you know I think it's important today to take those steps and realized that. There's so much more in your life that you've you've yet to uncover and that this is just the beginning. And i think francesco is really a symbol of that just that incredible inspiration that can come from just taking that first step in spill. Zeph he's awesome. We hope you guys enjoyed this interview with. Check it out. You guys like hanging out with this. If you're in texas y'all were you stay safe. We love you guys. Live coming back. Can't wait to be back next week. Lovey bay this is so fun. I'm so glad we get to do this every week. I think next week we should share some really fun. Exciting stuff that we've been working on and kind of what we're what we're thinking about working on bringing them in on it. Who knows if i remember. Let me know we love you. Guys have a great rest of.

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"francesco" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

02:23 min | 7 months ago

"francesco" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"A way and so when this happened I've always been kind of the optimist little bit of dreamer And if i hadn't been optimistic energetic at Use creativity and imagination Then i would have been stuck in the city of i would have been second. The reality of i can't move anything instead. Because i'm kind of More of a dreamer. Her i think of. What can i do and six months or a year. What can i do to get better. And then you start thinking like what can i do today. Sinking ship away Really build upon it so because Because i think in these like very fantastic visions of like where. I wanna be owner. Do it actually helped. Not dwell on. I'm in the icu. I'm on a ventilator. I was thinking you know like that was the the way that i made at work. It's like this situation that could be very depressing A little bit more light when you Francesco went home from from the doctor. in the recovery process. Sort of you know again and here you are now kind of on your own. You did go through a period. Where i'm sure you had. You had dark days Tell us about that season. Where you did you know. Have some depressing days. And at what point did you decide like this is not going to define my life and my future and tell us about that light at the end of the tunnel moment for you which ultimately lodged something really incredible I had three years after my injury. seem to realize afterwards was a deep dark depression because it was dealing trauma for how life had completely changed. I remember medina came home to my parents house acidic rub in coming.

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"francesco" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

01:40 min | 7 months ago

"francesco" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"Central park. And i got to the house and i was there for a couple of hours and there. Was you know it was being beginning of the summer. so i do into the pool As soon as i do man. I realized that the metal ring ladder. That's normally in the deep end for. Some reason was in the shower land. And i drove into the shallow into the pool and as soon as that happened at the bottom of the pool at my head snapped back such force at shattered my seat. Three seat four vertebrae which are about two inches above a little bump in the back of your neck and then i was underwater with my arm. Slate out to the side Paralyzed in the blink of an eye and weirdest haida sensation. Even for me to think about. Because obviously i had never felt paralysis but it was one of those instinctive moments where you know exactly what happened and at that point fight or flight to over and for me fight over To prefaces i had been. I was completely alone so There was nobody in the house. There was nobody at the pool snee- and luckily somebody walked into the house. Lifted my head of water. I said call nine one one. You just saved my life. They didn't leave anything wrong with me. Because i didn't have a scratch anywhere. There was no like there was a drop of blood. there was no ruz nothing. I'd looked.

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"francesco" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

01:42 min | 7 months ago

"francesco" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan

"This interview. This interview a treat. This guy left us just honestly. Our hearts warmed our eyes were full of tears as he's telling his story. It was a beautiful story. But we have francesco clark on the show today and first of all he's gonna talk about his skin care but he's gonna talk about his story. The story that led him there to found and create clark's botanical panicles. But it's an incredible story full of resilience and says you need to hear this. I did i. I actually we We interviewed him prior but I was having a rough week. You know the whole wisdom to thing but also in mom life and just feeling overwhelmed by it all. It was just a rough week. And i don't know i felt like it was so god that you know. He just so happened on our schedule to be the guests that we got to interview that week and his story of resilience and determination like he is the epitome of that and historian. Incredible and for those of you. Who don't know francesco story. Just to kind of practice. A little bit When he was twenty four years old he dove into a pool and It was the shallow and of the poll and left him. Paralysed neck down and the story is really story about resilience but his story and i it. Just it's awesome that he shared in the way that he did because it really inspired me and help lift up my spirits and also i know it's going to bless our good life fam- all of you listening today. So get ready. Is the interview with francesco.

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A rare Botticelli portrait fetches $80 million in Sotheby's auction

The Art Newspaper Weekly

04:31 min | 8 months ago

A rare Botticelli portrait fetches $80 million in Sotheby's auction

"About cheddi portrait. This week smashed the auction record for the nasal artist. Portrait of a young man with a roundell hammered at eighty million dollars. Sotheby's in new york on ninety two point one million with fees. The previous record for was relatively low. Ten point four billion dollars set in two thousand. Thirteen by the so-called rockefeller madonna portrayed. A young man had lost come to auction in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and its attribution to put. A chill was doubted by everett. Fall by then. The director of new york's frick collection. Who declared to be by francesco. Totti cini a follow of botticelli for he apparently later changed his mind and now the work is widely agreed to be a botticelli but while that work the price it was expected to a small but luminous rembrandt painting abraham and the angels from sixteen forty six which had estimate of twenty to thirty million dollars was withdrawn at the last minute. As we recorded the podcast sotheby's not yet given an explanation for its withdrawal. I spoke to scott rayburn a contributor to the newspaper and the new york times immediately after the sale. About whether it's a risk to bring these works wash now amid the pandemic and what it tells us about the market for your masters in general scott before we talk about the particular. Lots came sotheby's today. I wanted to ask you about the old master market in general and obviously the fact that he are in the middle of a pandemic and we're in an economic crisis. Does it make sense to bring these kind of lots to watch it this time. Well this is how the b.'s. new york gets the big master cell. Everyone wants to consigned to this sale. This is the moment The markets dealers on people. I speak to in that world. Say new york is where everyone wants to sell their overly only one sale year evening sale and that was the time to sell uncles. The pandemic been going on for nearly a year now in terms of restrictions on auctions sotheby's created incredibly slick format for this hybrid livestream sale It seems to be working. Well the thing about losses of courses. This isn't contemporary art. It's an unfashionable collecting field and it was always going to be a real test for that collecting field in the current environment. That's the interesting thing is because of course the leonardo so and of course the leonardo salvator mundi was very very unusual. So we have to caveat everything with that sure but christie's when they sold that put that into the contemporary sale. Luckily and i wondered how you feel about whether old master lots might do better in more mixed fields versus the traditional roadmaster sale. And who dictates that but with the salvator mundi. My understanding was that it was just a brainwave by the genius auction air Loic gouzer Thinking well let's put it in a contemporary sale. It's such a strange object If it's an old master sale than people just pick it to bits and criticize it in a contemporary sale be would just be looking at the image. And of course christie's marketing machine went into absolute overdrive and they marked it absolutely brilliantly Using the typeface of the dan brown novel to promote it You know they pulled out every stop and it worked sensationally. Well whether you the extent to which you can do again is is really questionable. Because that is as you point out in uttar outlaw. They self-talk mundi in in every respect. But what was interesting about. The marketing of this sale at celebici's is once again. The sophistication of the marketing with every lot. The work was shown online hanging on a white wool in a contemporary style. Interior where you'd expect a damien hirst to hang on then there would be to further reassure the contemporary minded by will the asian bah. There was a very attractive. Cooley dressed asian girl standing next to the painting in a contemporary interior. I that all walking the hilarious thing about this marketing ploys that in both cases they weren't actually looking at the picture they were just standing there. It was clearly if he's of marketing to reassure contemporary art buys but it was very smart and slick and clever and they and they're pulling out the stuff that incredibly inventive about it

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The History of Lorenzo de' Medici

This Day in History Class

04:07 min | 9 months ago

The History of Lorenzo de' Medici

"Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm tracy v wilson and it's january first happy new year. Lorenzo de medici was born on the stay in fourteen forty nine. The medici family of florence was rich and powerful. They had come to florence sometime in the twelfth century although they had started out as just simple tuscan peasants but over a couple of hundred years they became incredibly wealthy and powerful by the middle of the fourteenth century. There were one of florence's leading families and they also had a reputation for being extremely adept at negotiating in the worlds of politics and money and this was through. Legitimate means as well as through things like bribery. Lorenzo domenici was described as the most medici of the medici. He was nicknamed lorenzo. The magnificent he's been described as the most powerful the most famous the most brilliant the most influential in the world of art thanks to his patronage and the most ruthless came to power in florence along with his brother in fourteen sixty nine after the death of their father and the two of them were ruling together and nine years later. There was a conspiracy to assassinate both of them and to take control of the republic of florence away from the medici. This was called the pazzi. Conspiracy the potsy and the medici were basically rival families within florence. One of the things that had led to this whole rivalry in the conspiracy was that the potsy family had taken over the financial affairs of the papacy and that was taking business away from the medici which the medici did not appreciate the ringleader in. This conspiracy was francesco. Potsy and he wasn't the patriarch of the pazzi family. But he was the one that was driving all of this. The fascination was finally set to take place during easter mass. in fourteen. seventy eight and lorenzo's brother giuliano was killed but lorenzo escaped afterward though. Lorenzo sought retro bution against olive his conspirators. There was a lot of hanging people throwing them out windows. A lot of dismemberments overall it was very gruesome and there were more than seventy executions of purported co-conspirators this whole incident though really shaped lorenzo's that his brother was dead so he was on his own in terms of his leadership at the republic and it had also gotten rid of a lot of actors and demonstrated the links that he would go to so after this whole conspiracy and the war that followed food. He had the support of a lot of the people of florence. He ruled almost as a monarch. Although lorenzo really liked to describe himself as just a highly respectable citizen anything special he and others in the family also acted as patrons to writers and artists and architects including people like botticelli and leonardo davinci among many others there was also of course michelangelo. Who was brought up partially in the medici household lorenzo domenici was also a collector of antiquities and of artwork. Basically what they were doing. They couldn't really afford to pay for the most extravagant biggest name artwork so they would find lesser known undiscovered talent of sort of cultivate them by their work for cheap. It's not however totally accurate to say that the medici family single paid for the renaissance. Sometimes they are described that way. Lorenzo was also a poet himself in addition to his patronage of other artists by the fourteen ninety s though lorenzo's health was declining the city of florence. Also becoming less and less enamored with the lifestyle that he had enabled and encouraged. This is a lifestyle that was just full of lavish festivals. in extravagance. He died at the age of only forty three. His son giovanni later became pope. Leo the tenth.

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Italian Wine and Music

Travel with Rick Steves

04:11 min | 10 months ago

Italian Wine and Music

"To start. I thought we could all use a touch of the simple pleasures of life has enjoyed in italy. Aband- from or veto has fun with the popular songs. People like to request in italy. And just a bit. Let's warm up with virtual sip of the great types of wine. They've been producing for centuries. Our guides are francesco clunky. He's a licensed so may from tuscany. and alberto. Batak specializes in farm and food tours in the companion region around naples francesco. Alfredo benvenuti run journal. Nice to have you guys hear clearly. Alfredo italian wine and vineyards earn an important part of the tradition of italy. And you're making your own wine now and you've got tour groups that come in and and experienced the wine. How do you teach an appreciation of italian wine. Well actually i'm just implanted my vineyard only two years ago so we are not yet at the stage of producing and also having groups arriving back in the future i plan to do so and i am not the only one who's Starting a new vineyard region which is compound yeah and Precisely maybe near is in the area of europeana which is close to a sexually between avellino benevento and It's a process that many young people in companion starting to do again like going back to the land. That families said abandoned for many years when they moved to the cities to work there now. Many people are thinking it's a good idea to restart producing implanting nervion yards but being not a professional of this sector economic implant to limit it a quantity which is called italy personal use quantity. I know this sounds something. How many bottles is personal use. It's not in terms of bottles in surface you can you can. It's like actually One thousand square meters maximum. That quite small. It's all it's like nine thousand square feet and how many bottles you produce in a you can produce out of that probably Seven hundred hundred bottles sending like that depending on the year and the quick enough for you and your friends exactly. That's the idea. There's a blended personal use. That's a lot of energy. You're putting into y. You must really love wine. I love wine and does so actually starting in the same plot which is bigger. I started with the olive trees and planted to one hundred twenty seven years ago and then i told that wine and olive oil is a good commission. That's nice but you work all of this. Put all this energy all this money into that. You make seven hundred bottles. What if the winds not good and you love wine i. It'd be a pity to to drink mediocre wine when you've got great wine all around new well that's said it's a little bit of a challenge and also i'm not making my note may own and i'm gonna get people didn't make really expert help i. I'd love to hear how that goes in. When will you pop up your first bottle. I'm gonna start probably really producing in a couple of years from now all right and when we think of italian wine what makes it talion special compared to french or spanish wine. Well i i will say a french. And italian can be comparable in terms of the variety and quality and is actually what happens every year. This fighting between italy and france to be the best one for the year and in terms of production quality and varieties. The spanish winds are getting better and better. I used to live close to spin for a while in the nineties. I was into will go often over the border and drink some good spanish winds. They're improving. But i will not say that varies as much variety and as much quality. They'll be having these two countries italy and france and as Talking from the point of view Really a lot of variety like everything else in italy. One is regional specific varieties which are with aversive personality. Exactly and also in each region you can go through the different levels of quality and for example in my region panya we have five top winds which audio cg once and most of them are white but we also tout out to one name to you before.

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For Napoli fans, Maradona's legend will always live on

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 10 months ago

For Napoli fans, Maradona's legend will always live on

"If there's one place outside Argentina that will likely match or possibly even exceed the outpouring of mourning for Diego Maradona it's in Naples while Maradona was revered around the world is perhaps the greatest soccer player atha in Naples he was more than that thousands of Neapolitans poured out into the city streets to on americana and light candles in his memory despite a cabinet that ban on gatherings Naples resident Francesco Russo explained that Maradona's time paying for Naples soccer team left an indelible mark on the city he creates a GlobalData he created Naples office saying his life story people have changed so I believe he has the most beautiful thing that is out there right now Maradona was treated as a day T. for the way he led Napoli to it's I need to use area out titles in nineteen eighty seven and nineteen ninety and raise the spirits of the southern Italian city I'm Karen Thomas

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Global to commission original podcasts

podnews

03:10 min | 11 months ago

Global to commission original podcasts

"Jilani has powerful friends presidents bill clinton and donald trump. I just wish her well. Frankly hunting jilin global original podcast global the media. Entertainment group prevented a podcast commissioning. Partnership with denso's story lab they're ray content investor producer and distributor operated by advertising agency. The first podcast to be produced his hunting jalen her story about jilin maxwell it'll be presented by jones. We need in his first project since leaving the bbc. Paul bane have announced podcast wellness week a week. Daily panels and speakers about mental health meditation and a positive mindset from november thirtieth events. Free to watch live pod. Smooch is a new service allowing podcast is to have one place for that. Episode's merchandise and sponsor links megaphone now appears to support vast her method of allowing multiple third party companies to serve ads on podcasts nineteen and their support in september. A write up of the recent podcast day online highlighted. Some yougov studies into podcasting. Saying the bbc sounds the most popular podcast app in the uk. That app only includes podcasts. And a handful of third party the winners of the portuguese podcast awards were announced. We've the full list to which we've added. Podcast hosts as well. Congratulations if you're one of those winners pods claims to recommend podcasts. Specifically for you and allows you to keep your existing podcast player. Alana source now has been announced as the new head of marketing audience development for podcast one. And how discoverable is your podcast. Headliner has released the podcast. Discover ability greater a free tool to help. It gives us a score of ninety percent marking us down for not being with a cool kids on instagram. And podcast news. The piper is a new drama from something else for the bbc. A modern take on the pied piper fairy tale stars thames in auschwitz and a soundtrack by bat for lashes. Natasha khan the corona virus. Radio ideas awards took place yesterday. Two podcast awards in there the best podcast creativity and entertainment when to bbc. Radio four's comedy podcast. Now wash your hands while the best podcast long form. Storytelling went to the spanish language. Post scandal lose from podium. Podcasts produced by longtime pod news reader. Francesco is a sweetser. All of the witnesses links from our show notes now newsletter. Today race at work is new from the harvard. Business review you can hear leaders from business and governments trace their personal journeys with rice equity and inclusion and learn from their mistakes and their triumphs and the london philharmonic orchestra has launched lp offstage exploring the lights of castro musicians. Covers everything from how to keep your instruments in working order to life on the road as a classical musician.

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Pope endorses same-sex civil unions in new documentary film

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

Pope endorses same-sex civil unions in new documentary film

"Pope Francis is endorsed same sex civil unions for the first time as pope while being interviewed for the feature length documentary Francesco premiered Wednesday after the Rome Film Festival the people thumbs up comes midway through the film that delves into issues Francis cares about most the pontiff saying homosexual people have the right to be in a family they all children of god what we have to have is a civil union law he says that way they'll legally covered while serving as archbishop of Buenos Aires Francis induced civil unions for gay couples as an alternative to same sex marriages however he has never come out publicly in favor of civil unions as pope I'm Charles collect as much

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Pope endorses same-sex civil unions for the first time as pontiff

Bloomberg Markets

00:25 sec | 11 months ago

Pope endorses same-sex civil unions for the first time as pontiff

"Same sex civil unions for the first time. In an interview for a documentary film called Francesco, the pontiff says, quote homosexual people have the right to be in a family. Their Children of God. What we have to have, the pontiff says is a civil union law. Francis endorsed this as an alternative to same sex marriage when he was archbishop of Buenos I raise, but this is the first time he has endorsed civil unions publicly as pope. The deadline has

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Simone Vagnozzi - Top 100 ATP Coach

The Functional Tennis Podcast

04:28 min | 1 year ago

Simone Vagnozzi - Top 100 ATP Coach

"Welcome to the functional tennis podcast. Great to have you on the show. I've been following some of your work to your instagram account the SP tennis which has been great. You have a lot of great videos with your player Steph. Notre value jet great insight so good work on the videos. Thank you thank you rush. How long have you been working with? Steph no yeah now. He's almost three us that we stuck together when we start together was under folding war. Right now is. At and the seventy four soy than is good work yes going with the rankings. Going in the right direction that's great. There's so many Italian players now like of all ages doing really well. What makes Italian tennis player? So special today you know when when when fairies start to play well pay stock to believe more they are trying more and I think it's also surreal Neatly in the last ten years there are lots of challenges of the future so the young player can play a lot of comment. And don't talk too much so that's really important. That makes a huge difference just having tournament on your doorstep and the cost a pretty low. Yeah yeah that's important. You know when a young player as to travel a lot. A lot of expense soy's School to have a lot of tournaments. You can go by car anoc of time. So it's it's good. It's good to have a lot of tournaments in our country and our Muslim Clay-court. Yes mostly on clay cool by the Easter also. On awkward there is future Lange asking care have five six challenger on our court and I think are on future Soit. Okay tell me used to be that hundred sixteen the world. You're quite young still now. You're thirty six for my research career. Yeah Yeah So. You're young coach. Many years you've been coaching and all this is the fifth year. Starting tomorrow you cannot do. I coach him for three years. We had the good results was seeking to me reached the semifinal embarrassing Iran and the U One. Three hundred so it was good works together great and just come back before you start working with him so we just mentioned briefly. Italian Tennessee student so well but apart from all the challenges that run initially every week every two weeks is a futures on all the time. What else has changed and Italian structure from the time? When you play tha now. I feel like I was coaching Michael Owen when they reached the semi final in various sets. And the think diesel Morris The Star of other player. They start to believe because Marco was was not so young was twenty five and this time and it was bad that they were trying a lot to get on the top under saw being challenged our soul the other player stuff to believe that they also can make this result and another feeing each that a lot of ex player that start to coach before when I was playing when it was playing. The EX-PM was just making a clip. Coaching all made promise zone than just this work. And now a lot of a Other player like an awfully cheap oil Francesco. Aldi very By that these teeny day are making a damn making professor coach in this one. I think the change. I'm not from the player. The money must be better in coaching. Then that's what that means for sure with a price money price. Monday is getting much much so that the player can make more investments on his stuff. You mentioned earlier before we start to call your from the AD excited to coast in Italy. You REMEMBER PESCA. Solido lost yes. He was from decide where my family's from the frozen on a side. Yeah Restaurant yes he does. He still play. He doesn't play. Does he still coach? What's he up to ask coach? Shell for for the racial. I think it's the Sabadell for under sixteen in Italy so it's traveled sometime with a young player during good

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Boston: Local College Students Impacted By Coronavirus Crisis In Italy

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Boston: Local College Students Impacted By Coronavirus Crisis In Italy

"The corona virus is spreading like wildfire in parts of Italy that is a big concern for local students who are studying their assumption college presidents says they have twenty one students in Italy right now most read rolled three or in Florence and says with spring break coming up some parts of Italy are now off limits we have issue to all the students who are studying in Italy competitions up traveling to northern Italy where the corona virus has manifested itself in large numbers some some college president Francesco Cesareo Boston College junior Katherine Schofield is in Parma Italy for a six month program and she tells WBZ TV they are staying put for now it's kind of like a subtle panic on everyone's just like that all the stores were sold out of hand sanitizer Stonehill college in a statement says it is recommending that its two dozen students in Florence and Rome returned to the U. S. out of an abundance of

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The Pilgrim Trails of Italy

Travel with Rick Steves

08:48 min | 1 year ago

The Pilgrim Trails of Italy

"Hiking for a week or a month on a historic pilgrimage? Trail in Europe has become a popular Peter way for people from all over the world to rejuvenate themselves. It's gotten so that Spain's popular community. Santiago is even starting to feel a little crowded sometimes times. If you'd prefer a quiet or pilgrim route. Italy may have the answer. Sandy Brown and errands Italia have covered hundreds of miles on the historic walking trails of of Italy. And they WANNA help you give it a try. They've recently helped to found an organization called American pilgrims to Italy. And it's designed to help people like you would meet a plan. Pilgrimage hike in Italy in Sandy has written a detailed guide to tracking the way of Saint Francis from Florence to Assisi and then to Rome there joining us now on travel with Rick. Steves Steph's to recommend trails. That Saint Francis may have himself tracked Erin and thanks for joining us. Thanks for having US happiness. So Europe has these these venerable hikes. That are really long and it has these pilgrimage trails. That really have a a a little bit of a different meaning Aaron. What's the difference between just a long multiday hike in Europe that can be famous and established and a pilgrimage? Well to me pilgrimage signifies. This is a long walk to place of spiritual meaning and so to me. The first one that I ever did was the way of Saint Francis and so oh walking along pads in stopping in towns where he had been in there were stories about him had more of a spiritual context to it than just trekking. The camino goes to the supposed tomb of Saint James Ferried in Santiago de Compostela. Yes that would be the goal. People in the Middle Ages walked from Paris all the way to that northwest corner of Spain with that goal in mind Martin. Luther hiked from way up in Germany all the way to Rome. He was told to hike down there. It was kind of personal. What would you call it Sandy? A personal ordeal or a personal. I think you could say a pilgrimage also committed jar and then when he got to Rome he walked up the steps of this Accra scholar on his knees and had quite an experience. Enrollment was life changing for him so life changing that started the reformation. He did a lot of thinking and he got to Rome. I understand when when he got up to the top of those depths he kind of goes. This is all make sense exactly. It's a time when you think about these things. Isn't it now when we think about Italy. You guys are both specializing in Poke Mitch. Trails in Italy Saint Francis would be the the star of these things Send you wasn't St Francis relate to these pilgrimage trails well the VA Francesco Chess. Go the way of Saint. Francis is a modern connecting of the various different sites from Saint Francis Time and so for instance when he had a big experience the stigma experience at Santiago de la Berna. That's connected then with Google where he spoke with wolf and see see where he was born and had his last days. Okay so this is a modern. Lacing together of these stops people who want to get into whether they want to hike an excuse for hiker to actually get into the the whole life in the teaching of Saint Francis they would do this. Walk the name of your book is tracking the way of Saint Francis Triumph floors to CD-ROM. So that's what that would be. And then we hear about the FRANCI. JANA the via French ejecta is an historic walk. And so it's a little different. From the way of Saint Francis in terms of it was put together in the ancient world or in in the Middle Ages actually because there was a priest by the name of Cyrillic that was elevated to the episcopacy and he was supposed to appear in Rome to receive his Palim. which is the symbol of his office and so he walked with a retinue from Canterbury across France Switzerland down through Italy and arrived in Rome and then instructed his secretary to take notes of the way back and those notes were all contained at the Cathedral and Canterbury where they sat for thousand and years and then thousand years later people said well what is this and they put together the Modern Day via French agenda following that same modern modern day Revisit of this now does that relate to canterbury tales at all. It doesn't away because well. In case of Canterbury Tales they were ending at Canterbury Burri and the case of this. They were starting at Cantor. Okay now would. Saint Francis have actually walked on that trail on the difference. You know although it's very possible possible that he walked portions of it in order to get up to the community Santiago Kaz. He did walk. The community. Santiago did only twelve fourteen but the a piece of the way of Saint Francis that's historic that he was summoned to Rome by Pope innocent the third and he walked from. CCD Rome and ended up at the Saint. John Lateran Church. So that's one of the stops on the way of Saint Francis and it follows roughly his okay if you were so inclined you could leave a C. C. N. B. Meditating on in Saint Francis and his teaching and his experience all the way to Rome. That's actually the goal right and then the finishing point would be Saint Peter's or exactly what well we stop at Saint John Lateran But we end up at Saint Peter's then in my book I include the Pilgrimage Churches of Rome. Yeah as an option at the end because there are seven urban historic pilgrim churches. And it's about a twenty five kilometer walk and you hit. All seven of this. Church is quite an interesting walk in modern day Rome but touching on medieval medieval and ancient sites. Sandy Brown is the author of the CICERO trekking guide to the way of Saint Francis and Errands Italia heads and organization that prepares the American travelers to explore the pilgrimage trails of Italy. We have links to their websites with this week. Show at Rick Steves Dot com slash radio so sandy. When you come to Piazza del Popolo I I try to think of it? Like a pilgrim five hundred years ago. Yeah what do you think when you come to Piazza. No Popolo one thing is before you get there you would have crossed the Ponti Mill View. And that's a wonderful wonderful historic place because that's where the vision of Constantine was where the cost went back in three twelve or three ten or something. Exactly yes then and you follow the road in to Piazza del Popolo. And of course would you would say and what I would say. I is go into the Santa Maria Church and look at the car of Agios right right so that's a piece that you have to do and then we would want people to walk along the ancient streets that had toward the Vatican so so there's the street where they made the beads that go on the rosaries uh-huh and that's a street that we'd want people to go and sort of skirts along the top of the You you know a couple of other. Like Piazza NAVONA. Right on the way to Saint Peter's and if you're a pilgrim you would know that I go down this boulevard to that obelisk and then I looked to the left after nicey a dome and then I looked on there and I see a statue and you you would know how to navigate through the city by these long beautiful elegant streets that lead to great landmarks works. Yes and specially the pedestrian streets so by the time a pilgrim gets to Rome. They've walked maybe a hundred or a thousand or seventeen hundred kilometers commodores. So they're also looking for a bed and a cafe and Wanted to do the kind of walk. It'll get him in the most economical kind kind of way to their destination but then when they arrive in Saint Peter's there is a certificate that it can receive if they've walked at least one hundred kilometers. It's the equivalent on the Community Santiago. Is that Compostella. This is called the testimony. I'm okay and so that's a nice treat for us and I was going to ask you about this. I know when you go to community Santiago. You clicked this passport. Talk about the credential in the practical reason for that when you are a pilgrim in Italy heading to Rome so the credential or they called the credence Ya gala. It's of paper. That's like your passport. That's what differentiates you as a pilgrim from. Just anybody else traveling. So certain places. We'll give you discounts on your lodging. If you have your credential in basically every town you stop and you get a stamp along the way and then when you arrive at Your Final Destination Chan that sort of your proof that hey. I'm pretty awesome because I just did this. Really Amazing Walk and these are the stamps to show it in Rome. Is there actually a a regular place that you go and you can. There's there's somebody there and their job is to stamp this credential yes you go to the pilgrims office and I did not have to wait at all we went in. I was walking with with four friends and we arrived. We had to fill out a piece of paper and it was actually quite emotional thinking you know this is. My journey is officially Dinan. I'm filling out this paper showing where I started. And you get your final stamp and then you receive your like Sandy said your testimony them and then you have a souvenir for this gassing to remember and it's probably a beautiful moment

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Vatican returns relic from Jesus’ manger to Holy Land

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Vatican returns relic from Jesus’ manger to Holy Land

"Back in the holy land is a tiny wooden relic believed to be from Jesus is manger nearly fourteen hundred years after it was sent to Rome as a gift to the pope the relic is the size of a song brother Francesco Patton with the Franciscan order in the holy land says by far this isn't the whole manger so it is possible to offer the peace of these lady could the relic is being displayed in Jerusalem today is like Christmas dina Fleckenstein lives in Jerusalem without many crowd so so so with that it twentieth of silent that figure in the heart the relic will have a permanent home at the church of Saint Catherine next to the church of the nativity in Bethlehem the holy site where tradition says Jesus was born I'm a Donahue

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Verona handed partial stadium ban over racist abuse towards Mario Balotelli

Caught Offside

04:48 min | 2 years ago

Verona handed partial stadium ban over racist abuse towards Mario Balotelli

"Batali on the receiving end as he played for Brescia. Verona Verona of subsequently being handed a one-match partial stadium closure over the racist abuse. Suffered by Ayala tally in a club. Statement Verona confirmed the supporter in question WHO's the head of the ultras At Verona Luca Castellini. I was given a ban until June thirty at twenty thirty and I'm not going to repeat what Castellini said about Mario Batali but the statements enough for me to warrant a lifetime ban for this guy and you know there was some people talking about the way ballot. Telly reacted when it was all going down. What did he booted the ball? And he talked about that He's I'm reading from this from the Daily Mail. The Italian striker admits he felt he quote had to react and reveals. It hurt three times as much because his young daughter was watching on TV. He said I know that we're not supposed to give these people attention. But we can't just not underline the seriousness of what they're doing either Belly told us to Eleni television. He said if I don't react nothing will happen. You can call me an idiot. I don't mind that but if you call me a n that's it's not done by mistake. That's serious I stopped play because I thought that's it I'd had enough. I say punish those who were guilty and not the whole curva because that is the beauty of football. I never accused the whole city. Idea Verona. Just those few idiots who are responsible. It's unbelievable that here. We are because I remember the last time player booted ball into the stand in that manner. I can remember it was it was for. AC Mellon maybe eight or nine years ago and they were playing lower league team same uncertainly one of their black players was was subject to this abuse and to see it repeat itself is terrible can get out of this. Well there's one. Other guy that I wanted dimension here Verona's manager Ivan Djuric. Who basically instead of reacting the way that like you would hope the opposing manager would in a situation in like this and show some contrition instead? This is like Sadly it feels like this is the playbook that it nope didn't happen when they go straight to that And it's I don't know it. Just it just sheds this light this like sadly consistent light upon on the way these issues are handled in that league. Yes you're just waiting for someone like of note somebody of prominence to step forward and just like like the Italian government maybe well. Yeah Yeah because I saved this last week came up on my phone from the BBC. And I saved it Because then you this was going to happen again and I just thought look at the reaction to this versus the reaction to racism in Syria. To Italian footballers have being given one-match bans for drum roll. Please blasphemy during series matches. Salo's Francesco Imaginary paramore's Matteo scored Allah were shown on television making blasphemous remarks in separate incidents. There is a strict ban on taking God's name him and Van in Italy of the nation's Football Association has discipline players her doing so. Since twenty ten almost a decade Houdini and as a midfielder Orlando Mandra was banned for the offense in two thousand eighteen. And according to not the government's room but rules but the Italian f.a.s.t rules players who wear t shirts with personal messages to their family or which make reference to their religious beliefs will also be punished so this is this. This is possible the Italian government can get involved. But there's no will to do wish none whatsoever like the idea. Blasphemy man who may or may not exist depending on what you believe in. That's fine in the sky. Gets all the respect. You'll get a match bat instantly for blasphemy for saying. Oh Oh God or something of that nature but your fellow human being but your fellow human being that has a beating heart and blood and nervous system and thoughts and feelings is and family and future and hopes and dreams. He gets on the long finger. There's protocol that has to be followed. Whatever the hell that means for that guy but for man in the sky no problem no problem so that is just another window into society when the Italian government can can interject into into Italian football and band for saying God but racism? It's a tricky not one. How are we gonNA come on? It's ridiculous and it's all about power structures and the will to actually tackle this

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Where In The World Can You Get The Best Pizza?

The Promised Podcast

05:02 min | 2 years ago

Where In The World Can You Get The Best Pizza?

"Won the voice of the city wherein at number nine's roosevelt street just a block from the banana beach one finds beto pizza which was recently recently determined by the generally considered authoritative for such matters big seven travel website to be the seventh best slice of pizza in the world according to big seven's sevens report quote there is one thing that the vast majority of the world agrees upon that without a doubt pizza is one of the world's tastiest dishes but where exactly will you find the world's best pizza end quote at the top of the list at number one one finds l'industrie pizzeria in williamsburg brooklyn judge to be the world's best because of quote it's combination of a perfect base and super imaginative toppings and quote number two is faremo pizza on via francesco saliha in naples italy which is quote perfectly fluffy with toppings that are simply outstanding and quote the scientists have big seven organization noted that the greatest virtue of a slice of bezos peter is the superior mouth feel and the fact that these slices there are quote unquote melt in the mouth good now it will be easy i think to overlook the magnitude of the accomplishment of those visa being seventh best in the world will surely strike anyone is a fine achievement still we all live in a world in which only gold silver and bronze stand on the podium and indeed only gold has the stirring employer of hearing it's anthem so one might be forgiven for regarding as an also ran an establishment that concocted the seventh best slice of pizza in the world and each morning created to the fresh however as professor alexander lee of the center for the study of the renaissance at the university of warwick and that is center spelled c. e. n. t. r. e. to you immediately sense it's gravitas wrote finally in a brilliant essays entitled simply a history of pizza that quote pizza is the world's favorite fast food food and quote as lee explains pizza has been enjoyed since antiquity in one form or another and the word pizza appears in a tenth century latin manuscript composed in eta in lazio italy but since the late eighteenth century when modern pizza was i baked in naples the popularity of the dish has increased geometrically the nine ninety seven seven manuscript records that the tenant of a local property pledged to transfer to the bishop of eta do a decent pizzas or twelve pizzas peter's on every christmas day and another twelve every easter sunday but i digress to understand the ubiquity of pizza and the vast -ness of its popularity one naturally turns two PM q. or pizza magazine quarterly the industry's most trusted source which is famous for its annual pizza power report or PBR quote a a state of the industry analysis and quote wherein one finds that fully one hundred and thirty four billion dollars a year are spent pizza and that the united states alone is home to seventy seventy five thousand two hundred forty three pizzerias extrapolating from the fact that sales in the US account for just under twenty seven percent of worldwide sales one may estimate that there are over two hundred and eighty thousand pizza restaurants on the planet in this light the fact that bezos pizza is the seventh best pizza in the world is revealed to be a truly remarkable chiffon putting it in the top zero point zero zero zero zero to five percent of all pizzerias then factor in that jews comprise less in two tenths of one percent of the world's population and you begin to see the true extent of the accomplishment finally as william slot of the to our organization and a student suit student of the crust and sauce has said quote there is no such thing as bad pizza only varying levels of deliciousness end quote raising the bar tremendously high hi among the two hundred eighty thousand unique instance of pizza and so long as we're taking a moment to appreciate the vast -ness of not just jewish but human accomplishment i have to express my admiration for the allergist at the big seven research organization the logistics of collecting samples from well over a quarter of a million restaurants around the globe and then exposing each to rigorous testing and compiling the vast amounts of data collected is itself an achievement that dwarfs the greatest accomplishments of earlier your generations like building the pyramids or landing humans on the moon the printing press or printing those pale little white m.'s on those fragile candy shells every eminem i'm an including every orange one and arguably nothing captures the spirit of this city we love so well tel aviv better than the fact that a mere one hundred ten years after it rose from the sands bands as modern histories first jewish city tel aviv is the home to one of the best exemplars in the world of an ancient dish that like the jewish people itself has against all odds survived and sometimes hostile world and in the fullness of time thrive to a degree that ancient romans medieval catholic bishops and the savant of enlightenment naples would never have thought possible today we

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"francesco" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"francesco" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I often use the video clip in class and then the question that I ask after the group is does this guy have a good voice any dozens and what is interesting is that you took in no time to walk in and help you made himself vulnerable in front of twenty thousand fans and millions of viewers from home that's where rebels do you they are not worried about what others are thinking but they make themselves vulnerable in a way that gives them respect from those around them there's something infectious about authenticity there is the authenticity is a contagious once we see people making themselves vulnerable of rather than judging them negatively we actually respect them and we ask ourselves questions about what is it that we're covering up we should be more willing to be authentic as well and bring ourselves for words as we interact with others one of the things that makes this book so interesting Francesco is that you spend so much of your career are exploring the pitfalls of breaking the rules and of course this is a standard fare for many academics we've had you know coauthors of yours like doc accounts now and down are you any on the show talking about unethical behavior the risks of power you know powerful people often feel they can break the rules act with impunity in some ways it makes sense that many of us are nervous about rule breaking because we've seen the consequences of rule breakers and lots of times breaking the rules doesn't lead to good consequences fundamentally breaking rules ambient rebellious means leaving what's comfortable and noon and family and so people perceive it as risky business but what the book fully teaches us or at least in looking at the story of these rebels what I've learned is that you might feel uncomfortable at first but really it does pay off.

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Man who killed mob boss allegedly thought he was helping Trump

Brett Winterble

04:21 min | 2 years ago

Man who killed mob boss allegedly thought he was helping Trump

"A twenty four year old man has been charged with the shooting death of a reputed New York mob boss earlier this year at the time people could not figure out why he did this okay this one is the alleged leader of the Gambino crime family gone down in his driveway at his house Francesco Callie was his name he was the alleged leader the Gambino crime family gunned down outside his home in March a twenty four year old man who has been charged with the shooting death of a reputed New York mob boss earlier this year thought he was under the influence of Q. one on a pro trump internet posting our procumbent postings about the president's supposedly battling a curveball of liberal elites his lawyer wrote in a recent submission to New York state court Anthony Carmelo come mellow has been charged with murder over the fatal shooting of Francesco Kelly in a new court filing call mellows attorney argues he became so engrossed with unsupported queue and on theories that on the night of Kelly's death he was acting under a delusion which included that democratic politicians celebrities and people associated with organized crime a part of the deep state according to come ellos lawyer he wrote that his client believed he was on a mission to save the American way of life when he shot and killed the Gambino crime boss beginning with the election of president trump in November twenty sixteen Anthony Camillus family began to notice changes in his personality attorney Robert Gottlieb broke Mister Carmelo's support for Q. and nine went beyond mere participation in a radical political organization it evolved into a delusional obsession how are the queue an hour's gonna take this because we've had John loves to talk to the queue and on people when they call you get stuck I was gonna say they've they've they've never seemed Miley I've never thought they were via no no not at all stream gate I always kind of felt like there was an undercurrent of of of trouble there was another thing that because you're too because if if if you go to a restaurant where the pizza place is and there's no basement and you've been saying there's a base where they have these were children hostage yeah that's like the no basement thing is a problem no it's like the WMDs reports that's what happened so when Camilo arrived Callie some Callie is the mob boss reputed mob I Callie's home according to the filing the plan was to stage a citizen's arrest of Callie and not shoot him after a heated exchange Callie Kamala says the mob boss made a furtive action with his hand which made Camilo afraid for his life he then reached into his pickup truck grabbed a gun and fired a Kelly killing him because of his self perceived status in Q. and nine Mister Camilo became certain he was enjoying the protection of president trump himself and that he had the president's full support yeah the details contained in a filing apart a Camillus planned quote mental disease or defect defense now once upon a time managing Gigante to this exact same act he did the exact same act acting crazy he shot Frank Costello in the head eating Callum the bullet ricocheted off his of his skull she acted for thirty five forty years like a crazy for he would walk around pee in the street all kinds of they they called in the Daffy dot anyway all time is running late in the eighties result of crimes the details are contained in a filing news of Kelly's death ignited the speculation about a possible restart of dole's among New York mafia families the New York Daily News reported after Kelly's death that investigators initially suspected an underling of Callie or someone would have before them but neither theory turned out to be true what really happened according to compel as lawyer was even stranger the suspected murderer carried out his violent act as a way of fighting against the deep state to quote expose the entire conspiracy and ensure that every criminal is brought to justice at a court hearing shortly after his arrest Camilo held up his palms what do you think you had on his palms John Matt got the letter Q. all we

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"francesco" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"francesco" Discussed on World Cafe

"I'm Talia Slinger today, a fascinating collaboration between Rianne and Giddens. And Francesco Teresi, Brennan is the beloved singer songwriter, and multi instrumentalist co-founder of Carolina chocolate drops, she's also written, a ballet appeared on the TV show Nashville received the MacArthur foundation's prestigious fellowship, and somehow also had time to form the new folk roots supergroup are native daughters. Francesco is a really exciting musician in his own right. He has conservatory trained jazz musician pianist, multi instrumentalist. He's an expert on the often unacknowledged influence of Arabic music on what we think of his European art while, you know, reactions work has focus. A lot on the influence of African traditions on what we think of as American music. In other words, both Rian and end Francesco are devoted students of music history whose mission is use the past to eliminate the present and to give credit where Credit's due for the way instruments and ideas have moved over time between people. They used all that knowledge to make gorgeous music together on a new album called there is no other. And here they are performing the song ten thousand voices. Ten. Ten. Lie for world cafe reengaged and Francesco Torrisi with ten thousand voices. That is from their new collaboration together called there is no other welcome to world cafe. Thank you. Yeah. And just because people can't can't see you in that performance. Can you Frencesco tell me what instrument you're playing a cello banjo? It's an original nineteen twenties Gibson cello banjo that belongs to riana country lent to me, and it's a strong with to kind of gut strings and play we didn't pick. So it's pretty unique sound. We also Jetsons iphone base. I'm so world. Cafe listeners are more familiar with your work Ranan..

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"francesco" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"francesco" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Yeah so here's one other thing that i knew before but i learned at one point and it really opened my eyes every every representation of drowning i've ever seen in any movie on every tv show in every book in every song about drowning there they they got it wrong it's just wrong it doesn't look anything like what we've all been led to believe it looks like or sounds like well yeah i mean that is true if you are actually drowning but what you're talking about that you usually see in the movies if they end up getting pulled out of water and they're fine he's just called aquatic distress so when you're splashing around and yelling you aren't drowning at that point no you're you could call it pre drowning yeah it's quite distress i mean you're you can't swim you're panicking and you feel like i'm in big trouble so you're waving your arms and screaming when you actually start drowning this guy named francesco a pia he's a phd he defined what's called the instinctive drowning response which is nothing like you see in the movies it's very quiet and your body like we mentioned earlier your body's instinct kicks into gear in it's not trying to way for help or yell it's just trying to survive and get another breath in keep that face above water right it's it's all like all hands are on to keep your you upright in the water that's literally all hands are on deck it's a deck is the water right you know.

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