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Fresh update on "franco" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:15 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "franco" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Manageable workloads that allow teachers to focus on art students and their successes while maintaining a healthy work life balance The union is seeking an 8% pay raise for teachers the county is offering 4% Particularly on WTO news The average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in Maryland this morning is $4 60 cents As the record high prices continue climbing Maryland is her looking to their state government for a break Maryland's count troller says the best way to help get a handle on prices at the pump is to bring lawmakers back to Annapolis for a special session But comptroller Peter Franco says he doesn't have that authority The governor has clear authority to call a special session and it would be well worth it The House Republican caucus called for the move as well delegate Jason buckle We think that we should have a very limited one two day special session directed solely to those purposes We want to suspend that gas tax again for up to another 90 days Under current law and automatic increase kicks in by July 1st when the tax is set to go up by just under 44 cents per gallon Cake Ryan WTO P news The effort to set legal limits on the price of prescription drugs got underway in Maryland this week the so called prescription drug affordability board is charged with conducting cost reviews determining which drugs pose affordability challenges and then setting maximum prices There are concerns however that setting limits on the prices they charge could cause drug manufacturers to choose not to sell their products in the state at all The board will present its recommendations to the General Assembly at the end of next month Up ahead on WTO President Biden's reaction to yesterday's mass shooting in Texas It's 5 O 7 A company that stands out for dedication to the customer mission are more than 9800 employees nearly half veterans understand our customers challenges because we know their world firsthand and we continuously train our people to be the best When federal managers and military leaders face tough challenges in cyber data collection and analytics enterprise IT or systems and software engineering they turn to ManTech to get the job done right to learn more visit ManTech dot com.

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"franco" Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

02:39 min | 7 months ago

"franco" Discussed on The Insider

"It's like you can refer back to them a year two years three years later and now you interpret a lot of differently because you have a different perspective and it's just it's it's yeah this is going more than thirty eight seconds so i apologize but every once in these thirty magic origin story and but anyway those are some of my favorites list. Good list matt. We finish the show with four quickfire questions. Are you ready so this is like three seconds. Yeah if i'm ready. Favorite pizza topping jalapenos things movie. Mrs doubtfire favorite personal people that make music. let's see jason meraz. John mayer mark knopfler from dire straits and finally. Would you rather fight one. Massive andi gladwin or one hundred tiny. Joshua jay's i think one hundred tiny josh. Oj's would be pretty funny. We get the josias popular. Pick to destroy when i first saw him. He was tiny. Because he was on. The lance burton's magician showcase when we were kids so he was so tiny now now. I just got a better picture. That time. one hundred and that's kind of fun to think about most. Is there anything that you're up to apart from headline las vegas. That event plunk well. Yeah other than my shows at the link. Hotel experience at the matt franco theater wink wink. I've actually started a podcast. Over the pandemic call mind over magic and i think performers and magicians really get a lot of out of it. We're really getting it in our stride. Now my co host. Is eric gentleman who people also know from. America's got talent just a wonderful mental hence the name mind over magic. And we've really been delving into what it's like to be full-time performers on the road in vegas. And he's in new york. I'm in vegas and we just kind of catch up eac- each week and talk about different things inside a performing and what the what life is like in this crazy world of magic so i think if people are listening to this they might also enjoy that matt. Thank you so much time this morning. I really really appreciate it. It's my absolute pleasure to be here with you. Thank you so much for taking the time to have me on..

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"franco" Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

04:19 min | 7 months ago

"franco" Discussed on The Insider

"Friend rico and to his credit and what's allowed me to keep it. There is the response to it and the genuine joy that i have presenting it every single night. It is never the same twice. I just i just love it. And like i said it's something i can continue to improve upon and i just. I'm excited about doing it tonight. Because you brought it up to been continued in improving villa success. Yes what are you a kind of a bit nervy finale of las vegas show when you're trying new stuff like this should be the thing that's nailed but be what you changing. You change the script. The timing the full shuffles spoiler alert. What what what tweaking. I think all of what you just said. I think he's shuffles. I think you said timing timing. What did you say us. Good timing scripting. All of those things continue to tweet. I literally was probably up at one in the morning last night. And i started making notes in my phone of things. I thought about scripting lies. That could improve it. But there's this collection process of how we get the cards to even use because we're not just using a deck of cards. These are cards that are shot out of a cannon speaking of scale right huge cannon with three barrels that rains thousands of cards over the audience. That are then collected and now dumped onto a table so when i say there are changes. They're mostly changes for me. And maybe things that magicians would appreciate. I'm not sure that an audience member would come back and see see a drastic difference necessarily but overall people seeing it for the first time might might feel a difference right when you watch leonard. Green handle a deck of cards. You feel something you just feel. Everything's a mess in shuffled right. Yeah yeah yeah so. I'm trying to sort of instill different feelings into it that again us..

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"franco" Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

05:33 min | 7 months ago

"franco" Discussed on The Insider

"Phil today's episode of the insider brought to you. And i thought i go bit different this week by vanishing inc by. I'm mike. Yesterday was the first magician to win. America's got talent. he's now headlining. Las vegas is matt franco matt. How are us morning fantastic. How you doing. I am delicious. Thank you it's a short show. There is no time for pleasantries. What's your magic origin story. You've got thirty eight seconds watching magic on tv. I was about four years old at saint one of the shows where they had a bunch of magicians on. I was hooked from their parents. Got me a few little toy tricks. I got some thimbles ball in vase. The little blue one with the red ball and drinking magic wand and then. I did those tricks for show and tell and kindergarten. Rest is history. You doing thimbles h four. I thought i was. And i actually did perform thimbles in kindergarten. I don't think i did any real trick. I thought they were changing color. But i think i was just stacking them. I don't know you were the first british into att. Now you had learning vegas. You started doing shows if my research is proved correct partly later than kindergarten age ten. Do you think ten-year-old you would have believed where you are now doll now not whatsoever. I literally grew up. This occurred to me the other day. I was in a shop. I guess it was here in vegas. And i saw a poster of the vegas trip and recalled in my memory. I actually grew up with a picture of the vegas strip on my wall. Because i was so obsessed with vegas because i knew lance burton performed here so on and all the magic shows. I was watching world's greatest magic. They were all filmed in vegas so i grew up with that picture on my wall and i was like. Wow that's really crazy for me to see now brings me back to those as a teenager growing up with that there and now here we are really really surreal. Stein positive affirmation. You made it become a thing. I've written interview where you said you love making intimate magic. But you do in a big vegas show. So how'd you too intimate magic on on scale. That's probably one of my favorite. Things is taking magic that feels intimate and making it feel bigger. How do you do that well. There are different ways the intimate part. We understand that's interaction. That's eye contact. That's doing something interactive with audience members but in terms of making it bigger its production value. Right so maybe it's music maybe it's lighting. Maybe it's just the blocking or staging that you're setting up. And maybe it's the props that you're using. Things can pack small and play big right so i've kind of just tried to find ways of doing that. I think that big doesn't mean necessarily the size of the prop but can also mean the impact that it sort of has the way that it feels. Sometimes i'm not really doing things of scale but the illusion of having scale right if everyone's reaching under their seat in finding something whatever they're finding is going to be fairly small right but it still has the illusion of scale especially if it's something you doing on television with a cameras now seeing all of these people holding up whatever they found or whatever the illusion of scale can be just as strong as scale itself interesting so you mentioned bill malone which leads to the next question that you close or at least used to close your show with a story deck trick like sam the bellhop. It seems to me to be brave idea to close your show with a story..

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Walk it off: Red Sox eliminate Rays 6-5 with late sac fly

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Walk it off: Red Sox eliminate Rays 6-5 with late sac fly

"The red Sox walked it off for a second straight night to punch their ticket to the American League Championship Series with a six five win over the rays ki K. Hernandez had a one out sacrifice fly to plate the winning run from third and said Boston back to the ALCS for the second time in four seasons minutes of Dover and they it doesn't matter what happens all matters is that W. Rafael Devers hit a three run blast in the red Sox five run third inning wander Franco had a two run Homer for the one hundred win Reyes who raced a five nothing deficit but weren't able to defend their A. L. crown Gessen Coolbaugh Boston

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Arozarena shines, Rays blank Red Sox 5-0 in ALDS opener

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Arozarena shines, Rays blank Red Sox 5-0 in ALDS opener

"The rays take the opener there A. L. division series with a five nothing shot out of the red Sox wander Franco put Tampa Bay ahead with an RBI double in the first and scored on an RBI single by young D. D. as later in the inning Randi Rhodes arena added a solo Homer and also stole home getting kudos from manager Kevin cash the steal of home but that was you know one of the cool things I've seen on a baseball field he looks Betul player he certainly gets up for the moment he's proven that Nelson Cruz also went deep for the rays Tampa starter and winner Shane McClanahan allowed five hits and no walks over five innings losing pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez lasted just one and a third innings allowing two runs two hits and two walks on the ferry

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Yanks' rally fizzles, AL wild-card race tightens as Rays win

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Yanks' rally fizzles, AL wild-card race tightens as Rays win

"Rookie wander Franco hit a two run single in the ninth inning to give the rays a four one lead in a four three victory over the Yankees Nelson Cruz junior his thirty second home run and Kevin here Meyer hit a go ahead single in the second inning to put Tampa Bay ahead to stay Joey Gallo in Brett Gardner slapped RBI singles in the ninth before Andrew Kittredge struck at Gary Sanchez and movement or torture complete Tampa bay's leading ninety ninth win it was a tough night for manager Aaron Boone's lineup it'll hold us down I I thought a number of guys hit some balls really well you know reside a couple good ones Gleyber Gallo hits that ball the runner on in the gap you know just couldn't break through enough the outcome cuts the Yankees lead to one game for the first AL wild card I'm the ferry

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"franco" Discussed on THE RAYHART RUNDOWN

THE RAYHART RUNDOWN

02:16 min | 8 months ago

"franco" Discussed on THE RAYHART RUNDOWN

"You're slowly transitioning to deuce what age though i mean there was literally all ages like one was like didn't look like he was old enough to drink then. There was the like thirty something year. Old franco douche and then another showed up which i thought was their dad but no he's one of those guys just one of the guys he just was like bigger and like had balding with gray hair. And they're like oh mcso abroad and they all they have some kind of magical hand job shake thing. They're all doing so matter lange outside. Oh know in whatever's knee disney gives the magical hand jobs whatever you know. What whatever fucking prompts with james franco. Good job bro. Yeah man. I think he made it gene franko. I here's the thing gianfranco. You may have saved her down. Dude yeah franko have saved her. Sorry she's a. James franco saves lives. She's gene slot but maybe maybe rico's dick saves lives. Yeah so there's that all right that should be the name of the show. i'm not sure. Save lives okay. We need to get james sprinkle on the show. I'm not getting. Let's call not calling them. This episode of the heart rundown was brought to you by anchor dot fm. If you're planning on making a podcast and you don't know how to get started definitely go to anchor dot. Fm they have everything you could possibly need from the ability to get distribution two different platforms to even having an app that you can utilize so if you don't want to try to do it on your computer you can actually do it right from your phone. It's really convenient. it's really simple. You just have to go to anchor dot. Fm to get started or you can just download their app from whatever app store. Your phone uses so definitely check it out anchor dot fm national voter registration. Day is kind of a big deal. It's a yearly nonpartisan holiday celebrating our democracy in. It's all about getting as many people as possible to. That's right registered to vote. So why is that important right now. Well sure local and state elections may not get as much attention as the midterms.

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"franco" Discussed on THE RAYHART RUNDOWN

THE RAYHART RUNDOWN

05:50 min | 8 months ago

"franco" Discussed on THE RAYHART RUNDOWN

"Was it outside of legal. Legal riga legal sutton douche douches. Oh okay yeah. Okay yeah okay. I'm bringing back up to speed. Yes now remember they go. It's just a canoe of douches. Yes so where disney. Because we're like one day we're just like fuck it. Skill cisco says unwind go disney. Which i kind of want to do this week too. But anyways let's go and we went to epcot 'cause they're doing the food mindful and it was like let's walk around epcot and drink and eat food and just be happy because it's probably one of my favorite things to do so we're walking through and we get to america now for those of people some people know but for those who don't on epcot epcot is one of the disney parks where it has all the different worlds around this lake all the different worlds countries countries. Sorry all different world. No but all the different countries around this lake and america is dead center across from the lake decay. So you have to walk all the way at least halfway around the lake to get to the america of section and when you get to the american section. They have this. This restaurant called a regal eagle. Which is sam the eagle from the muppets restaurant. Shed yeah and he's all like there's a barbecue restaurant and it's the best barbecue like you know it's awesome like have like muppet stuff on the wall. of course. of course you know me half to go to the muppet stuff. So we go well. They have set up with disney. And you use the app for your food and when it's ready it dings your phone and you go in and get it which is cool. So we're used the app you know. Jen wanted to get the barbecue so we get the barbecue and were sitting there outside waiting now. There is a whole. I don't know it's a whole group of dudes a whole group of dudes deutz nyc. Not just like a whole group guys now. Dudes is dude. Bros teaser dude. Browse and there are all different ages. Like there's twenty year old. Do rose thirty year old. Do rose forty something. you're old. Do bros there altogether. Like in a cluster. fuck dude. they're wearing like. Let me guess you're wearing khakis. Yeah like red. Red collared polos. No not you know tank tops. They were they arrived at all. tank tank. Top row right okay. 'cause array band so yeah ray bans tank tops boat shoes. Yeah okay one guy. One guy was pissed. We probably just offended a whole. Don't care i don't care don't care don't care. Don't do shelby dish k. w. bro k. A. tusch bro. Whatever do spro so. These deuce bras were sitting in the who listeners. Podcast on give fuck. I'll call you out right now. Don't use bro. there were sitting there. They weren't hurting anybody so let me say that they weren't like bugging anybody or annoying or anybody like that weren't doing keg stands and no no no no but the stories they were telling were douche. Bro okay skittish do you remember any of they must have. They should have just been wearing overalls and should just been called oshkosh pa- douche because they were fucking but anyways so one dude was like. Oh yeah man You know he's like they were talking about movies. The swipe caught my ear. They're like he's like yeah man he's like a can't can't watch. I can watch james franco. Man can watch any james franco movies man. You know what i'm saying and ubs friend. Okay so i'm telling stories. This is obviously do sky. Ub dushi front ready saw brow. Listen i can't watch any james franken movies man. Oh man yeah. I feel you on that. I can't you know why you know why it's even more. It's even more personal for me. Sh what dude. Okay so like. I was so i was with this chick right and i was like dating her for like a bit like a long bit right and like minute like like longer minute like product year. Yon sound like a year we were together right and then she got the opportunity to like meet james franco right and then he hits on her and then he fox her and so now. I'm like oh kept watching jeans branko movies because he fucked my girl. Yeah dude yeah okay. So that's that's the story that you told. Hey james franco. James franco good job. You're five homey dare fucked. I do girl now that dude's like and then his friends all like man really can watch. Seems franken obvious. But like aren't you more mad at your girl. And he's like. Yeah yom madame girl but more mad at her. But i'm still mad at james franco for fucking girl. Unlike a k. How do you all right. I guess that's funny though. Yeah so this dude. And here's the thing. The dude kinda look like james franco. It's funny. He had that same hair. He had the same haircut and like the same like body shape so like his clearly. His girl had type. Yeah the james frank items. Apparently so yeah but yeah so. That's what we were walking by this gaggle of dishes and Yeah and they were just being there in. It was we. Were just couldn't stop laughing. And then i realized that me in the james frankish guy have the same tennis shoes on. And i wanted to kill myself..

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Rays clinch top seed in AL playoffs, stall Astros in West

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Rays clinch top seed in AL playoffs, stall Astros in West

"The road to the American League pennant goes through Tampa as the defending American League champion Tampa Bay rays walked down the top seed in the American League playoffs with a seven nothing win over the Houston Astros the rays will finished with the AL's best record for the second straight year and they're ninety eight wins are the most in franchise history rays manager Kevin cash says he's proud of what his team has done so far this season you want to win the east you wanna you wanna get anyone on the east and you got a chance want to do what they just accomplished tonight so certainly progressed all the players Brendon Lau finished two for five with a two run Homer well G. man Choi added a three run shot wander Franco collected three hits Adam Spillane Houston

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Yarbrough goes 6 strong in relief, Rays beat Marlins 8-0

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Yarbrough goes 6 strong in relief, Rays beat Marlins 8-0

"The rays clobbered the Marlins eight nothing is Ryan Yarbrough allowed two hits over six innings of relief for the AL east leaders select really arrest you for lefties in the lineup against you so was able to kind of walk ins and stuff like that with the breaking ball so just a little bit of everything the change I felt good the race got three RBIs apiece from Randy arose Reina and Kevin care Meyer who came within a homers hitting for the cycle race rookie shortstop wander Franco returned after missing two weeks with a right hamstring injury he extended his on base streak to forty games with the sixth inning mark teacher cans with the final two innings to complete it to enter the outcome cuts the rays magic number for winning their division to to I'm Dave Ferrie

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U.S. Spat With France Shows Challenge of Keeping Allies Unified

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:24 min | 8 months ago

U.S. Spat With France Shows Challenge of Keeping Allies Unified

"I want you to put on the secretary of state hat. That many believe people believed you're going to wear. Should hillary clinton have won the two thousand sixteen election. And tell me what you would do if you were sitting on the seventh floor of the state department and this submarine controversy arose. And you might want to recap it for people who didn't listen to talk about it last week. You're on the air with me when the story broke. Yeah in in very short strokes. Australia signed up for france to build diesel electric submarines which are pretty good but over the last week or so they have done a one eighty and signed up with the united states in the united kingdom to build vastly better nuclear powered submarines. The french have lost a multi billion dollar contract. Their outrage what i would have done in retrospect was spend more time speaking with our allies. The french our oldest allies the first nation who came and fought alongside us in the revolutionary war. There are very fond of pointing that out as we subsequently fought a small war with them but such was the nineteenth century at the moment there still very strong allies within nato and so this came across to them as a very bad industrial policy. But also a real stab in the back to an ally. If i were sitting in tony blinken shoes right now and tony by the way. Interestingly is a franco phonic. He speaks beautiful. French lived in france for many years. I think he is and ought to be the point. Man on trying to rebuild this at the moment quite shaky set of relationships. And it's not just france hewitt's it's also with europe. Broadly we see particularly in the wake of brexit as the united kingdom pulls out. We now see france taking a lead in germany in working toward a much more independent eu policy. That'll bleed into our efforts to stand up to china. That's why this is important. I think secretary blinken that ought to be pretty much at the top of his chat list. Right now is working with his counterparts in paris.

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Gordon Has RBI Single in 9th, Twins Beat Rays 6-5

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Gordon Has RBI Single in 9th, Twins Beat Rays 6-5

"Nick Gordon furnish the tying and go ahead hits as the twins cooled off the res six to five Gordon knotted the score with an RBI single in the seventh and added another in the ninth Lisa Ryan singled home a pair Minnesota's three run second Jack caves RBI single gave the twins a four nothing lead Brandon Lau in Austin meadows homered for the rays who are thirty three in fourteenth since the all star break rays rookie wander Franco extended his on base streak to thirty five games with a seventh inning double Tampa Bay leads the AL east by seven and a half games over the Yankees on the ferry

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Duran Has Go-Ahead Single in the 9th, Red Sox Beat Rays 3–2

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

Duran Has Go-Ahead Single in the 9th, Red Sox Beat Rays 3–2

"Jarren Duran had a tiebreaking RBI single in the ninth inning as the red Sox halted the race nine game winning streak three to two Christian Vazquez homered drove in two runs and made a nifty defensive play for the red Sox Boston lefty Chris sale tossed a season high six innings in his fourth start since returning from Tommy John surgery allowing two runs and six hits rays rookie wander Franco homered off sale extending his on base streak to thirty two games but Tampa bay's leading the AL east fell to seven games over the Yankees I'm Dave Ferrie

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Franco, AL East-Leading Rays Win 8th in Row, Top Red Sox 6-1

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Franco, AL East-Leading Rays Win 8th in Row, Top Red Sox 6-1

"Luis Patino earned his fourth win in Brandon Lau his thirty first home run is the Tampa Bay rays defeated the Boston Red Sox six to one Lau's home run off Nick Pivetta led off the bottom of the first inning giving the rays a lead they never relinquished the second baseman on the importance of getting the lead early in a big series like this one any time we faced these guys are the Yankees or anything like that you know it's it's a picture you sent to come out early and you know give us a little bit of transport some Christian the let him go and do what he does this was huge the team allowed just one run on a solo Homer by Bobby Dalbec while pitching into the sixth Tampa Bay has now won eight straight and are thirty five games over five hundred for the first time in franchise history Steve Kearney St Petersburg

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WW1: The Schlieffen Plan

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:12 min | 9 months ago

WW1: The Schlieffen Plan

"One of the most remarkable things about the first world war. Is that everyone sought coming. Well no one knew when it would start or what would be the trigger. All the parties involved knew that such a war was eventually going to happen. The germans saw the writing on the wall. Almost a decade before the war started most of the alliance's which were put into play for the first world war. We're developed in the aftermath of the franco prussian war of eighteen. Seventy and eighteen. Seventy one during this war which was really the last major war of the nineteenth century. Prussia defeated france taking the border territory. Known as alsace lorraine it also indirectly led to the creation of a new country called germany which was a union of prussia. Bavaria in a few smaller german speaking states france seeing this new unified germany posing an even greater threat than just prussia signed a treaty with russia in eighteen ninety four which stipulated that an attack on one country would be an attack on both. Both countries saw germany as a threat and their alliance was used to put germany in the position of having to fight a two front war. Should they choose to be belligerent. It was this strategic reality. That the chief of staff of the german army field marshal elfriede vansh lifan had to plan for lunch. Lifan was the head of the german army from eighteen ninety one to nineteen o six in late nineteen o five vansh leaf and realized that the world had changed dramatically. Russia had been soundly defeated in the russia. Japanese war railroads have made the movement of troops easier and the telegraph and the telephone had made communications faster. Weapons had improved and had become more lethal bunch leaf than felt it was necessary to totally rethink. How germany would fight a war against both france and russia. There were several big pitcher assumptions that virtually in made which went into the development of his plan. The first was that if a war with france and russia turned into a war of attrition. Germany would lose. They simply didn't have the manpower or resources of a combined france and russia to take them both on simultaneously second was at russia's military had been vastly over estimated their defeat at the hands of the japanese showed their weakness and they would soon recover from that defeat. Vansh lifan estimated that russia would take at least six weeks to mobilize before they could seriously begin to challenge germany.

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Rays Beat White Sox 8-4; McHugh Earns First Save

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Rays Beat White Sox 8-4; McHugh Earns First Save

"The rays have maintained their four game lead in the AL east by downing the AL central leading white Sox eight to four Brendon Lau Manuel Margot which we went to each had two hits and two RBIs while wander Franco delivered two hits and two runs the race finished with eleven hits and scored at least eight runs for the eleventh time in fifteen games Luis Patino gave up two runs over six innings of Tampa bay's fifth win in six games patina allowed five hits including sabes abolished fifth all run in the third inning Dallas Crichel took the loss I'm Dave Ferrie

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Aeffe to Acquire Full Control of Moschino

Pop Fashion

01:47 min | 9 months ago

Aeffe to Acquire Full Control of Moschino

"Group i africa now owns masino. One of the top two brands. I routinely mispronounce. What's the other one lisa. Because she she see you. Did you just did it. I know because. I had to think about it. I was thinking hard. I wasn't going off the cup. This brand had a seventy percent stake in mosquito since one thousand nine hundred nine which was a couple of years after the death of the brand's founder franco most keno. He had started the brandon. Nineteen eighty-three and and actually. Since the beginning. I had been licensed partner and production and distribution partner for its men's and women's collection so they have been working hand in hand for almost forty years now owns one hundred percent. It bought the remaining thirty percent of the company for a combination of cash and other capital amounting to about sixty six million euros. Yes sabrina that is a lot of money. it really is. If you've never heard of it was started by alberta ferretti and her brother. The group also owns alberta freddie though mar blue girl cacharel amazon. Paul got i was looking up something about this story and happened upon an old new york times article from nineteen ninety nine. It was about the original. I ifm majority by of mosquito commented on other recent acquisitions by lvmh prada fendi. So nothing really changes. I was a little worried about them until you said that. They have been working together for decades. Now i'm not so worried like they understand who they're dealing with. They will let this brand continued to be lovely and weird. Which is how i like them.

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Yarbrough, Rays Hand Orioles 14th Straight Loss, 8–4

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Yarbrough, Rays Hand Orioles 14th Straight Loss, 8–4

"The rays doubled up the Orioles eight to four behind Ryan Yarbrough who came off the Kobe nineteen related I Allen went five scoreless innings Yarborough followed opener Lewis had to start the second I gave up one hit in his first appearance since August sixth wander Franco Austin meadows and ji man Choi drove in two runs apiece with Franco providing three of Tampa bay's twelve hits as the rays maintain their five game lead over the Yankees in the AL east the Orioles during the nineteen eleven to nineteen thirty five Boston Braves as the only teams to record a pair of fourteen game losing streaks in the same season I'm Dave very

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Polanco's Sac Fly in Ninth Lifts Twins Over Rays 5-4

AP News

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Polanco's Sac Fly in Ninth Lifts Twins Over Rays 5-4

"The twins beat the race five to four on Jorge Polanco sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth Max Kepler started the winning rally with a double and advanced to third on an error by outfielder Austin meadows on the play Kepler finished with two doubles two walks and three runs scored Mike Zunino one wander Franco homered for the rays who saw their lead in the AL east cut to three games over the red Sox C. Nina's blast was his twenty fifth of the season tying a career high in giving him a four game Homer streak Tampa Bay won over four with the go ahead run on third base in the seventh and eighth innings I'm Dave Ferrie

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Franco, Zunino Power AL East-Leading Rays Past Red Sox 8-1

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

Franco, Zunino Power AL East-Leading Rays Past Red Sox 8-1

"Wander Franco hit a tiebreaking two run Homer in the sixth inning sparking the race eight to one win over the red Sox Mike Zunino added a three run Homer in the eighth to insure Tampa bay leaves Boston with a five game division lead over the red Sox in the AL east Kevin care Meyer went three for three with a walk and scored twice for the rays who rebounded from a blowout loss tonight earlier drew Rasmussen threw four strong innings in a spot start for Tampa Bay our office did a great job I mean you talk about like that wander at bat in the middle innings there that was incredible especially I mean the kids twenty thank you you know you don't see twenty year olds have it like that the red Sox had just two it's only a day after clobbering the race twenty two eight Boston has lost eleven of thirteen I'm Dave very

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The Fall of France in 1940

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:08 min | 10 months ago

The Fall of France in 1940

"Doing the right thing goes against common sense. It might involve personal sacrifice or missing out on an opportunity to earn a living. It might even put us endanger. The right thing is rarely the safest path forward but it often represents the best odds in september of nineteen fourteen. The people of france found themselves in a desperate position. The soldiers and war machines of germany were marching closer and closer to paris. It wasn't as if they hadn't tried to stop them. No that's what they've been doing for weeks. The war had sprung like a leak from a seemingly tiny hole with the assassination of austrian archduke. France ferdinand that was june twenty eighth of nineteen fourteen by august. First germany had declared war on russia two days later they set their sights on france as well. They had lost territory to france in the aftermath of the franco prussian. War of eighteen. Seventy one and they wanted it back in late august. On their way to francis northern border germany pushed through belgium. The small nation was quickly captured by august twentieth. It was in full occupation. All of a sudden the enemy had possession of territory right on the border and they showed no signs of stopping germany's forces were like a tidal wave of bullets and blood and it seemed very likely that france would indeed be invaded but again they tried to stop it. British soldiers came to help but the battle of months did not go as well as they had hoped for sending france and her allies into a quick retreat that was august twenty third. You have to stop and think about what it must have felt like. For the people of france and specifically those in the capital city of paris a foreign power had declared war on them and was now barreling toward them like a juggernaut in fact nothing had stopped germany at all and it would have been easy to feel hopeless in the face of that approaching danger in fact britain's foreign secretary at the time sir. Edward grey expressed that hopelessness out loud to a friend when he said the lamps are going out all over europe we shall not see them lit again in our

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Rays Move Into 1st in AL East With 9-5 Victory Over Red Sox

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Rays Move Into 1st in AL East With 9-5 Victory Over Red Sox

"The rays of moved a half game ahead of the red Sox for first place in the AL east with a nine five victory over Boston wander Franco provided a tiebreaking triple in the sixth and an RBI single during Tampa bay's three run eighth Francisco Mejia had a two run single in the eighth as the rays beat the both sides for the second straight night media at G. mandatory homered for the rays the Tampa Bay bullpen worked out of bases loaded situations in the sixth and seventh innings Xander Bogart's and Bobby Dalbec homered for the red Sox who had at least a share of the division lead since June twenty eighth I'm Dave very

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Rays Hit 3 HRs, Beat the Red Sox 7-3 to Tighten AL East Race

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Rays Hit 3 HRs, Beat the Red Sox 7-3 to Tighten AL East Race

"Tampa Bay is within a half game of the AL east leading red Sox after homers by yandy Diaz Mike Zunino and Randi Rhodes arena power to raise to a seven three win against Boston wander Franco added a two run double while the race bill to six to lead by the fourth inning Zunino arose arena had solo shots off losing pitcher Martine Perez for rays relievers limited Boston to two hits in four scoreless innings after starter Josh Fleming gave up three runs here as was tagged for six runs in four frames Boston played without third baseman Rafael Devers because of a leg injury I'm Dave Ferrie

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"franco" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

05:07 min | 10 months ago

"franco" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"I'm sure you could find your joys in there but it just wasn't for me so anyways that's why i started making videos and then you you become this like vehicle for brands so we know that brand game. Yup that's lucrative in gray especially fit aligns with your content right but then that also seems like it's not a permanent solution writing 'cause when you when you watch tv. They're like six ads. But it's not the actors or the reality star saying the ads. It's like there's a pause and then you see ads. Yeah and then they come back right and you don't associate like even longoria with glade because she's not holding it in sing like by the way this is some dope air freshener. Yeah whereas we are. Yeah so it's like. How wild is this media model like how crazy and the fact that we're not valued for that reason like i think there's so much more value in creators because we are putting our faces our voices behind products will in. We're making it interesting. And were making it relatable. And like i don't do a brand deal if i don't like the brands like the product. No thank you. But like if i do then i'm gonna talk about it in whatever way works for me. So it's i think it's interesting. I was thinking about this. I think yesterday with a friend of mine who works commercially traditionally. And it's so weird that people look at people that have like super bowl commercials or at and t. commercials and like. Oh my god. That's the that's the girl. And then we do brand deals. And then we'll lear like oh you're selling out and it's like what just because this is an on. Tv doesn't guy may commercial. Act door right. i think. I think is changing. I hope it's changing. I think also when you zoom out like damn everything is fueled by the money only well. That's the reason tv started. i think it was advertising. And so then they were like how do we get people to watch our ads. And that and now we create show's content is just a vehicle for pushing products how scary capitalism grossberg from it and we love but we also hate it. It's the worst but it's the only way that we can live in this society because that's what it's built on but maybe it's going to change may not the capitalism is gonna on crash but i think even looking at the travel space now. This is another thing that i've been thinking about a lot. We did this on the show. Like i always fell in love with the sustainability pieces. Yeah there was also another article in the new york times about plane shaming like travel. Shame short shirt has co two emission rights pollution. Yes yes eco-friendly tourism. And all this stuff and like when you think about the future of ads and brand deals and all the things that make money yeah. We'll we pivot to be more sustainable. Will there will model shift. will it be more like. Hey pay ten bucks. A month to subscribe to my channel. Just like netflix. Says model is like there's a subscription model. You don't see ads on netflix. Right would that be a viable option to what get away from from. Randy's maybe i mean i i abs- that's definitely like. Hbo started that way. Hbo was the first network. That d- did that model of like you pay no ads. You're getting premium content and then. Hbo just needed to get as.

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"franco" Discussed on Espa?ol con Juan

Espa?ol con Juan

07:48 min | 11 months ago

"franco" Discussed on Espa?ol con Juan

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"franco" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"franco" Discussed on The Daily

"One of these patches at franco's house but prosecutors argue that franco wasn't just preparing for crisis he wanted to trigger one in december twenty fifteen as germany's immigration office was totally overwhelmed with the influx of refugees. I put on rex. Franco disguised himself black black and my brand with shoe put shoe polish and his beer and i did a bit of darkening cream mind and his mother's makeup on his face and hands form to fill in in broken english. He told a police officer in his hometown. Lost him during the journey or whatever they had fled the war in syria and losses papers along the way our story. He was photographed and fingerprinted soon after he qualified for benefits and housing and eventually was granted the status to live and work germany. He had created an entirely new entity for himself and as he was living alive splitting his time between the military base and the housing had been given as a refugee. None of franco's military superior choice reported any suspicious behavior instead was being considered for a promotion to platoon leader. Prosecutors believe franco was planning an attack. That was meant to be blamed on his fake refugee identity and create a national backlash against immigrants. Franco told me the whole fake refugee stunned was an undercover investigation of chancellor merkel's migration policy. He said he planned to publish a report he never did. But it's actually become is main line of defense in court. His lawyers argued is the chancellor merkel's immigration policy endangered national security and against the will and the good of the german people franco gave me the argument to my serving the right ones or not. He said that as a soldier who swore an oath to protect the constitution. You need to put into question the way he was doing what he was trained to do. This is what we are supposed to do. As officers and following his inner guidance in order to keep the standards high franco.

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"franco" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"franco" Discussed on The Daily

"And then come alive again. Whatever said franco on his right course. It was early. He was only seventeen when in the privacy of his diary he began contemplating different ways to change. The course of german history he wrote one would be to become a soldier and gain an influential position in the military. So that i can hit the german armed forces a path that i can very well imagine that i also think i would be able to do successfully that would be followed by a military coup..

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"franco" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"franco" Discussed on The Daily

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"franco" Discussed on Real Dictators

Real Dictators

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"franco" Discussed on Real Dictators

"Daughter. Katamon franco events like this. Continue to unify those on the spanish far right even today as they come together to honor their fallen. You might wonder how. King juan carlos is able to achieve such broad support for his program of reform well. The transition to democracy in the nineteen seventies largely rests on one particular policy elected leaders of spain. Remember they may be must ensure that those who supported franco in the past are prosecuted in the present one of the basic agreements that made this transition. Awesome was embodied in his amnesty. And that was the idea that for spanned to be able to move forward. It's best if we asked on that did not mean to pass upbeat. Best gated narrated or be the subject of feature films for novels now that but it did mean though was that people's political past could not be brought up as artillery and locally so that it was kind of considered not done for. I'd say the leader of the socialist party of to in parliament address. Here's a fun right and accused him or her of being just a matter. Frank rich for that kind of invocation of the past people's personal passed in their past relations as a book. Argument was considered something that should not be done and was not done in. So spain's transition democracy possible by by people later began to attract the pact of oblivion or actor forgetting toward the act of silence where the past stafford was not to be mined for.

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"franco" Discussed on Was jetzt?

Was jetzt?

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"franco" Discussed on Was jetzt?

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"franco" Discussed on Was jetzt?

Was jetzt?

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"franco" Discussed on Was jetzt?

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"franco" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"franco" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

"A couple of quarters. You'll be okay. okay. Yeah i did do it. Twice mentioned jeffey ad. He was doing underground up until up to the closing. I wonder how some of these people are just doing right now. yeah we'll jeff teaches virtually. He's a magic teacher and he teaches his classes in his school online. I think a lot of magic seems to be a medium that works through virtual shows more so than maybe some other art forms yeah. I think you're right. Certainly seems like it would work more than stand up. Although i'm sure that's been done to but magic seems to be. What's that close. magic does to me. Yeah works yes for me for me. It's still not the same. I think as long as you differentiate it as long as you know. It's apples and oranges from live performance. You can you can do it and you can enjoy it but if you ever expect it to be the same thing. I think that's where you're going to say. This just isn't working for yourself. If you're trying to do in return without some headliners couple have the have invited their colleagues up on stage. You know to do a couple minutes not even in their own genre. Whatever the whatever they do you know toby from human nature joint piff to do your clip of yeah. I know he was coming. I didn't know he showed up. She'll yeah is that something you're gonna entertain get get somebody maybe like a like jeffer- somebody from another show to come up and do a couple of minutes with you. I would love to do something like that. You know i never do. And it's mostly. Because i don't want to put people out honestly it's just the the idea of saying. Hey do you wanna come up and do the. But if someone was looking for the stage time i would absolutely do that donnie. From up i would absolutely do that. Would feel bad asking even though you know. Obviously he's cool it doesn't you know i just. I just feel bad asking right he. He's he's donnie the legend so if he asked me to do something. I'm honored to do it but for me to now say oh return. I've just feel bad. I don't know. I know. I i don't know depends on the individual to ask goes right now in this climate. Yeah how you get somebody especially after eight or nine months. I don't even have the social skills to order an orange juice from the cafe down. I think you do maybe online on social media to clip of yourself asking. What are you being the record a video request. You don't have to feel bad. You just cook it. Well send out into the ether. Lives forever anybody who wants to be in frank. Mad franco reimagined includes johnny house gandhi. Buddy could work. You'd never know the open. Ask starring matt for. He opened at a new show title. Open ask remember the robot. Is your cat central. We've had we've talked over the over. The course of time mad about how come in wide is it. Magic works so well in las vegas and you know. I return to that now because we're gonna have some magic coming back in. May it's going to be very important in reopening las vegas over the next period of time. How do you explain. You know being now of something. The veteran strip headliner the lure of magic and magic productions in our city magic In my case anyway. I think it gives people something where they don't have all the answers to it it which is interesting win a world where everything's gone global. There are things you can come and see in my show that you can't just believe it or not. Believe it or not. The internet won't have the answers. That is pretty incredible considering all the information out there. Yeah yeah so. I think like maybe the mystery aspect i guess mystery is the one thing that magic can do that. It has the other art forms. Don't or other don't right. So like i love making people laugh and having fun with people giving them a good experience but at the end of the day what separates would. I'm doing from a comedy show or music show or anything else. That's outside of magic. Is that mystery asked mode. So i've that's what i think maybe is part of what set sets magic apart right. It's hard to come up with things that other variety type shows are shows of any kind wouldn't be able to deliver then each other but magic seems to have this one thing that no one else has and it's interesting because it's still just a set number of things you can do in magic it has never really changed over the years. I mean the framework of it. Yes no i would say. There's a limited and there are limited number of keys on the keyboard but the way you arrange. Those always writes a new song you could. It's interesting because then magic you could come to my show and let's let's say right now. I showed you a card trick. And then tomorrow someone shows you a card trick you say oh another car but not really because if you go see. I don't know keith urban. And he's playing guitar. You don't go to the next concert goal. He has that same instrument. It must be the same thing right. You can use one prop in very different ways for different types of effects. Yeah i like the musical instrument comparison like a piano especially gag people who play it classically. You got boogie. Woogie little richard and tchaikovsky and mozart and elton john the same instrument their realms in in card stuff that i don't even touch like carter street and things like that that the kids are doing now. That's unbelievable and if i were it's concert hardesty. It's just beautiful. Visual flourishes with playing cards. And i do some flourishes but nothing like the stuff i mean if i were a kid right now growing up. I think that's part of what i would be doing. But i mean that's a whole nother realm just using the same prop. It would totally. There's no chance you're going to see one of those kids. And then see what i do. Think it's comparable to different things. And they both using the same instrument right nerd creating art pieces with the with fifty two card. Yeah very skillful amazing. Beautiful faller isolating the cards in different ways in just their ten fingers elbows in the. It's more like juggling. Yeah it's really quite amazing. And some of those incorporate magic into them so it's funny that we at least in my generation you can did say oh these kids with their tiktok analysts social media can identify with it so impersonal. But you're using that to configure lard. Yeah you know. Yeah that's that's that's part of it too Tell me what you got married a couple years ago. Yeah one year i guess. August was one year. Okay yeah but we've been together for ten. Yeah going fantastic. T- caller yeah. Yeah yeah people do. But it's tiana but alana who caller t t t the bronx under show. yeah But yeah my my parents even call her. T. yeah as many. It's early members. Call me t yes she. She's happy that i'm meditating. She says more pleasant so that's good. Let's not go the meditation. That's right. I forgot about the. You're ahead of the curve on the. Yeah how's that going. 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"franco" Discussed on When in Spain

When in Spain

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"franco" Discussed on When in Spain

"Than about the second world war. Yeah. So at the time it was the right thing to do but Amos this was shaking that tree now more than that. It's questioning the whole Constitution a G8 an attempted coup in eighty-one. I don't want to spend too long on that. But what were the motives behind that attempted to that happened in Eighty while I was in Mexico at the time, so I wasn't here. I've been in Mexico since 78 months essentially. It was a tiny group of Franco assist officers particularly on The Basque front. I the terrorist organization Etta Etta, we should not forget as Club. Any more people after Franco died and they killed under him 864 is the total number of deaths are attributed to them in one form or another of the 864 fewer than fifty happened under the far fewer than fifty the bloodiest. He was nineteen. Eighty. Well, I think in nineteen eighty they were probably something like eighty deaths or something like that. So these group of francophone not unhappy with the moves to democracy and happy with legalization of trade unions and unhappy on the government's failure to end better which is you know, I mean didn't end until many many years later. Those were important points, I think and it it fizzled out very quickly. No one genuinely believed it could have escalated into anything more with the King had put on his uniform as their Capital handle down on TV and calls the the on discipline officers to account and log Never been to you know, stop doing what they were doing. If he did it on that who knows what might have happened there are allegations that the King was in the know what was going to happen. He might and it wasn't part of the first attempt to kawada or the others others. I could never get off the ground. This one did get off the ground personally refuse to believe that the kid was involved involved in any way something else other people close to him might have misinterpreted what the King was saying in the form of old. I wish we could, you know, get to grips with Etta kind of thing. And then think oh Burger King is maybe it's giving me a ring, you know that I can do so, you know, but no it fizzled out and was massively applauded their millions and Spaniards. I don't think it's probably been a demonstration since then as big as the one after the coup ended on the bullet holes still in the ceiling of the parliament today deliberately and then a great fan of historical memory game. but for one reason I think people should be reminded of the past and what better way to remind people of the past particularly foreign visitors to the parliament when the guide can point out front AC those holes are well there there's homes,.

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"franco" Discussed on Alley Chats

Alley Chats

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"franco" Discussed on Alley Chats

"Yeah the trials and tribulations of us. Whoa is US right so let? Let's talk about a couple things I mean I know you. Have you have a number of things you're doing? You're doing things with DC. You've got this our book of what are the comics. That are that are out right now that you really want people to pick up and I'm sure you're like everything I've ever done. But what would you say like? Hey pick this up a really proud of it. This is my ideal Yeah go SANAL is one of those things that that and yeah you're right. The answer. Is Everything pick up everything? I've ever But THE GO. Al is definitely one of those things. I'm really proud of. It was a true collaboration with Sarah. Richard and her art records just phenomenal. You know she does. He painted fully illustrated pages. When we conceived of the idea. You know it was me basically begging her. Why do you not have a book with als? Because you do these beautiful paintings of and she goes. Well I'm not really a writer you know and I'm like I will write whatever you want type thing. And and uh she's like well. I don't really like doing panels if we're going to do our own book and I'd like to do something a little different. And and she did these full page illustrations and I said I will. I can write that you know so that one. I'm super proud of We we are working on another project together that that I'm not allowed to talk about but it. I'm super excited about with her. Then get to work with her again. so. I can't wait for that to come out because that's that's even more unique In terms of being being from me an artwork from her So that and and Right now on my on my patriot. Have a book called Fox that evil that I'm working on that I'm doing between things so it's not something that I'm I'm putting out on a regular basis is just whenever I get like five pages together putting out Taryn and eventually I'm going to be putting up on comics and eventually if I get enough pages I'll I'll put it out in print but you know mind is kind of always going and was working on something so even when I'm not working on something that I'm getting paid to do from. Dc Year somebody else. My head is full of stories and Ann Arbor on constantly struggling to get to every day. So you're you mentioned your patriotic. Is that specific specifically for ghost on all or is it your patriots on no my Patriot? Yeah Okay so tell people what they do is it just patron dot com slash. Franco slept FRANKEN underscore. I think but you can search it as you know. Franko it'll it'll come up far. Franz Oh so patriots on Dot Franko and it's just Doing a a weekly one page story that I'm writing along with my son but I'm doing the artwork with and I'm trying different things like I'm using photograph backgrounds of manipulating them with some art stuff. So that's been kind of fun to explore with some doing one page up on Patriots. This absolutely free to read. You could go up there once a week and read the new page. The Fox of evil is behind the pay wall. So you know if you WANNA give a couple of bucks as a donation type thing you can. You can read all the all that stuff up there the Fox and evil stuff The there's constantly stuff that's going on. You know that that we're looking to do for comics and and other stuff is just The problem and it's not a problem at all. This is just being really sarcastic in trying to be funny but you know the they keep paying me to do stuff you know so It's it's that's taking away from the crater on stuff that I wanna do but it's not A. It's not a bad problem to have you know right getting paid by DC. To do these other books. And I'm like okay. I'll put this on hold but here an in-between things. I'll get a couple of pages or something so I'm still able to do it very cool. So our during this time. Are you taking commissions at all I have taken a few currently not because I do have a shortlist of commissions to that I I open up every once in a while right. Now it's full and the other thing that a lot of people don't know about me is that I'm a fulltime high school art teacher so that's taking up a good amount of my time now that we're doing this distance learning here in New York It's proving to be a little bit more challenging than actually being in the classroom with the kids so It's been taking up a lot of time Over the last couple of weeks. Yeah Here's a little something people don't know about me. I'm a college professor. I have talked about this before. Yeah yeah so I do understand. Although I was in a unique position win this all hit. I'm teaching online this semester. So literally all the people in the business department were scrambling trying to figure out what to do. And I went okay. I'll send an email so it helps. I do feel your pain so okay Franko now. This is going to be a hard question for you. Well here here's why it's hard you do so many folks. This is your dream convention. Who are you most excited to meet other than me? Okay all right I was gonna I was gonNA say right So it's it's it could be anybody even somebody that doesn't seem to conventions Were living dead to Ooh no. Let's not do that. 'cause then that opens up too many possibilities okay. Let's yeah let's stick to now the Aaron now if it were here now and if it were today I would like to try and meet and not just a photo op. But I'd like to try and sit and talk for at least maybe ten minutes I think would be Steven Spielberg. He's he's one of my idols from from way back. And Luckily at one point in my career got to meet George Lucas and that was an absolute thrill for me So yes Steven. Spielberg would be the other guy my on my bucket list and I would. I would love to meet him and just talk to him About you know the process and work and all that other stuff when it one of the fun things for me was I got to meet Frank Miller at a at a convention at a party and I was able to to kind of alone with him for a few minutes. I got to talk to him. Not so much about comics but about About movies and directing at the things. You've got to do so. That was like a big thrill for me. And like I said talking to George Lucas and the other one would be Spielberg. I think would be the other one. Yeah that sounds awesome in fact I had invited. We used to do a live show at the blue box cafe in Elgin blue box and I actually sent a request to George Lucas people because he was living here in Chicago. I said Hey I think he dig it. We don't have to interview him. I'm just inviting him down and I did get a response. They said he he can't they said He. He wants to walk into a blue box cafe. Doctor who themed cafe watching a podcast about nerd stuff he would be mobbed while yeah and I was like. Oh so close. That would have been great to sit down with him and Spielberg. I think would be definitely on my list. Have you seen the movie five? Twenty five seventy seven. I have not okay. I'M GONNA make a high recommendation to you and everybody listening it's you. I don't know if you can get it online or anywhere as of right now. I don't think it's been released publicly. But they do screenings around the country. The it's it's five. Twenty five seventy seven by Patrick. Read Johnson. It's a movie about the summer. That Star Wars came out. It's his true story and there is a bomb. Sent him out to California because he wanted to be a filmmaker and he ended up meeting George Lucas and seeing this stuff before star wars came out. He comes back and he's telling friends like wait till you see this. And everyone looked at him like he's nuts and but there is a great spielberg part in it he gets Spielberg. And it's it's crazy 'cause he was obsessed with Spielberg yes. Yeah I seen a couple of those different documentary and they were very much in that group of they would go to different sets like George. Lucas would come to the set of One of his movies and he would go and see the star wars stuff and and they would go to Francis Ford Coppola set about when he was doing something so it was very much you know. They were very in tune with each other so it. It's kind of cool to see that process and I don't think that really exists much anymore in Hollywood the time before that the the golden era of Hollywood. And then there's this this section in the middle with those guys Where they would be all kind of like you know You know palling around. And they all came together type thing and I don't really think that exists much more any anymore. I think the closest you have might be Tarantino. Robert Rodriguez right. They seem to be pretty tight for a while and they seem to be involved into those projects a lot but I agree with you so okay. We're going to shift gears. Because that was I went off on a tangent there. We mentioned different ways to support comic shops. What do you think all these kinds canceling? What what would you say is the best way to support creators? During this pandemic He s parting. Creators is is Is An easy thing to do. You know they're they're Oliver Social Media. If you like them you can follow them. If you don't know how to follow them you can find out easily enough Find out if they have a commission list Gracious enough to ask me about mining. I do have one. But it's it's full. I take a limited amount because of all the other work that I'm doing but Yeah find out if they have a commission lists find out if You know you can get a piece from them or or by some of their original artwork from from books and stuff like that You know you tend to get online and you see these prices that Jim Lee guests for his pieces. And you're like oh I'm never gonNA be able to afford that but there's other artists out there that that you know are pretty reasonable and you can search him out and helped them out 'cause Unfortunately for for a lot of artists conventions are a big part of their their salary and Not having them now. It looks like you know maybe through September and beyond is is going to be real big hit for the industry although all around is starting to show trying to draw people to these creators to find ways to support them however we can so great answer man. So how do people get.

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