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Kansas City Chiefs Pro Bowler Frank Clark Arrested on Weapons Charge
"Is a former Seattle Seahawk is Dealing with some off field troubles. Kansas City defensive end Frank Clark pulled over Sunday night south of downtown Los Angeles for a vehicle violation, Police officers noticed a bag with an Uzi submachine gun sticking out. 28 year old Clark arrested on suspicion of having a concealed firearm. He is released on $35,000
TEST1 A.I. Accessible Intelligence - DTNS 4056 - burst 01
"Coming up on. Facebook launches its clubhouse competitor. Why warehouse spaces is the new ship. Shortage and shelling. Brisbane helps us understand. What machine learning can do for reading. This is the daily tech news for monday. June twenty-first twenty twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt and from studio red bid on sarah lane on the show's producer. Roger chang as i mentioned joining us web editor and producer at the texas standard and host of the parallel podcast. Shelly brisbane welcome shelly. Thanks for having me. Thank you for coming back and kicking off accessibility week. We've got accessibility topics all this week. To talk about from gadgets to a programming language. that was that was started for vision. Accessibility to dwarfism and shelly. We couldn't think of any better way to kick it off than to have you on the show. Thanks for being here. I'm excited and i'm excited about the whole week of shows. It sounds like it's going to be a lot of fun all right. Let's start with a few tech things. We should know finalize. Acquisition of an eighty percent controlling stake in boston dynamics from softbank the deal values. Boston dynamics at one point one billion dollars it's unclear how the robotic companies research wing will operate under hand-eye but he has indicated that boston dynamics will work with its new horizon studio that oversees it's un- crude ultimate mobility vehicle development researcher. Carl shoe found an iphone bug that would disabled devices. Wireless networking by connecting to ssi named percentage sign a percentage s presented percentage us percentages percentage in. So don't name your s. id that the device would only be able to regain wireless networking by resetting. The iphones network settings you could get back but to go into settings and do kind of a hassle scotty. Researchers looking at the crash reports say this appears to be caused by an input. Parsing issue as you might have guessed germany's federal cartel office open an antitrust investigation into the main focus on the operation of the app store as it enables apple in many ways to influence the business activities of third parties the regulator received various complaints about alleged anti-competitive behaviour by apple including about its app tracking transparency framework pre installation of its own apps and use of apple's in app purchasing system not supporting party app stores development of decentralized applications. Got a little boost here. Real estate executive and former la dodgers owner. Frank mccord is going to one hundred million dollars on project liberty a blockchain based way to create a publicly accessible database of social connections. So imagine facebook social graph. But it's public and anybody can access it project. Liberty would run on a blockchain called the decentralized social networking protocol. The idea is that a company like facebook would not own your data but have to compete with others to get your approval to access it on this blockchain.
Sesame Street Introduces Family With Two Gay Dads During Pride Month
"Is welcoming a married gay couple during Pride Month. Mia and her two dads will appear during family Day. Dave and his husband, Frank, are the first married gay couple to be featured on the show, One of the producers said. They're happy to add this family to the Sesame Street family. I'm Chris Caravaggio.
Frank Bonner, Herb on 'WKRP in Cincinnati,' Dies at 79
"An actor on the sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati has died Frank Bonner may not be the first thing you think of when it comes to the cast of that popular sit com he was the one who played herb the brash but ineffective ad salesman for the fictional radio station you also remember him as the guy who had a thing for rocking those plaid polyester suits Bonner has died he was seventy nine and his daughter says he died from the complications of Lewy body dementia a disease that eats away at both the body and mind he was diagnosed about three years ago coastal Lonnie Anderson is remembering Bano fondly she says she is heartbroken to hear of his death adding that he was one of the funniest man she has ever worked with and the nicest man she's ever known I'm Oscar wells Gabriel K. R. the
4 Pillars to Create Financial Freedom With Eric Ortiz
"Eric brother. Welcome to the superman. Life banks by the yemen. I'm a. I'm really fired up to date. It's a conversation. I've really been looking forward to to happen for a while. I think it's something we talk about. You know we talk about making money on the show. Ally interviewed a lot of successful entrepreneurs. I talk about the five ass of building a superman life in finance really being right there in the dead middle so i'm real excited to get in today and really talk about how people can create financial freedom and what to do with your money wants to start making it so as those are watching on youtube could see. I took this conversation a little bit serious. I got dressed up for today. Rocking the rocking the unarmed polo. Where we're ready man. I think where. I want to start though and this is a question that thousands of people are sitting on the edge of their seat to get the answer to this keeping. You've been professional athlete. You played a couple of years in the nfl. You had a little stint here with the tampa bay storm. You know obviously playing linebacker in college. You've been around incredible athletes your entire life. My first question. Eric is what is it like being teammates with frank rich. And what is your greatest memory of our championship winning softball sees okay man. I is a novel question. I'm so glad you asked that First of all I team to the great frank. Rich was blessing You know he brought it in the muscle brought in the four of clean up their position and Mad at first the first season we played a you remember that man what our team was great but we could have some improvements during the offseason. We recruited We got some good athletes on our team and the second is last following season man in return and it was a phenomenal phenomenal season. You had a couple of home runs. I let off the probably one the biggest lead off. Henry's out there willing mobile team. That rela only lost two games in the regular season in two years way back and those two did they lost was to own squad baby so it was awesome man it was It was a great time to develop relationship and and to learn from whether they do. And how you impact people all across the world brother
The Biography of Anne Frank
"The day was june twelfth. Nineteen twenty nine jewish girl named analysts. Murray frank better known as an frank was born in frankfurt on mine. Germany to eat in otto frank and frank is well known for her story of persecution. During the holocaust and in her family went into hiding in nineteen forty two during the german occupation of the netherlands in world war two. The family was soon discovered in sent to cuss in training camps. An's father auto was the only one in the family to survive the holocaust but an frank had kept a diary during her time in hiding which otto worked hard to get published. The diary has now been translated into many languages sold. Millions of copies and has been adapted for other mediums and frank was born into a family of modest wealth and prominence auto was a well to do businessman but after the nazis came to power in germany and parents decided to move to amsterdam away from so much anti semitism and a suffering economy amsterdam auto company that dealt impacted which is a substance used as a setting agent in jams and jellies and father mother and older sister marcotte immigration i and an joint them in amsterdam february of nineteen thirty four but beginning in may of nineteen forty nazi germany occupied amsterdam. After and her family had settled into life in amsterdam. Living in the netherlands became dangerous as the nazis began to persecute jewish. People an was forced to transfer from a public school to a jewish school in september of nineteen forty one in nineteen forty two on her thirteenth birthday and got a plaid diary. But as nazis began to send jewish people to concentration camps and marcotte got a letter saying she needed to report for work at a labor camp. The frank family went into hiding on july six. They began living in an attic of autos office at princeton god to sixty three in her diary and called their hiding spot. The secret annex the entrance to the hiding spot was behind a movable bookcase some of those friends and colleagues including me. he's smuggled food clothes supplies and information to the franks
Two Artists Want G-7 Leaders to End E-Waste
"As president biden and the other g seven leaders from some of the world's wealthiest economies prepare to meet for a weekend summit in the english. County of cornwall. One of the biggest attractions is a two story. Sculpture that has emerged from the hills nearby. it's a reproduction of the faces of all seven leaders in the style of mount rushmore but instead of stone the sculptors material is discarded electronics. And he has named his work mount recycle more. Npr lennon correspondent. Frank langfitt cornwall and joins us now. Hey frank ohio hi so are you like literally next to the sculpture right now. What does it look like. It's fascinating and it's also become this big tourist attraction there will be sixty seven people here staring at it and what the artist has done is. He's basically like if you think example. If you look at boris johnson. His face is made of old samsung phone backings. And he's got all these old phones that is supposed to be his hair including all these wires and then right in front of me is joe. Biden joe biden. Skin basically is all these green circuit boards from inside computers. And not you'll just across. The bay is where the g. seven is meeting starting tomorrow morning. I'm just amazed that these faces are recognizable. very recognizable. everybody can tell exactly who these people are. And what do you take is the sculptors political point here. Well i think it's very it's an environmental point and i was just talking to him on the phone before you and i started talking his name's joel rush and this is how he put the messages. We have to find a way of dating with this electrical. Waste that we're producing because it we haven't got ways of Taken a pause again. We haven't got waste repairing it. We haven't got ways of getting rid of it. It's not just one nation to to give all that waste or another nation. It's a world problem. And how about all the people taking this visual in right. Now how are they reacting. It's really interesting. i think people are fascinated by obviously. It's artistically it's very very interesting but in terms of the environmental message. That joe was just mentioning. I mean i think it really resonates with people. I was talking to him named jonni let she teaches politics and i asked her what struck the most for me. It's the it's joe biden's circuit boards because they are things that we don't even see is invisible and we don't give any thought when we using this stuff
Interview With Adam West, the Original Batman
"There's a kind of a nostalgic. Dvd coming out return of the caped. Crusaders which features adam west and burt ward. Returning as batman and robin voicing those to crime fighting heroes. Adam west talks about his favorite episode of the classic series and more on kate. Crusaders number one. It was the first okay. Our pilots so called You know that two-parter Hi diddle riddle. I think and i love I really enjoyed frank ocean ridler and of course get the chance to set the tone in a comedic way for the show. Yes that are going into. The discotheque saying are should wish things like that and i think we hit pretty much hit the mark and people love good and i enjoyed it because i'm the one mostly that fought for the comedy. The tongue in cheek satiric low amounts as a matter of fact people. Ask me about you. Read the comics of so well. I frankly sop reading comic books. When i was about twelve but you it was a different time and different comics now. They're the graphic novels and the artwork is so incredibly. Good that i go through of in just to see what's happening and and i do see you know pieces of the new movie numerous the darker winds just to see what's happened and then i realized the days. The numerous batman is very full of vengeance and deep seated. Angst and so on. And they're very dark.
Security and Intelligence Failures Led to January 6 Capitol Attack
"Today the senate released a new report finding the capitol. Police leadership did not act on warnings. That trump supporters tried to breach the capital leading. One officer tells senate investigators quote we. Were ill prepared. We were not informed with intelligence. We were betrayed. There's also a lot. The report does not cover as washington. Post greg sargent points out quote. It does not officially described the attack as insurrection instead opting for the word attack and avoids a frank discussion of the role played by one donald. J trump sarah gary. Peters of michigan is the chair of the senate homeland security committee. One of the committees published that report and he joins me now senator. What was the scope of this report. What was the sort of task before your committees. The scope is was limited right from the start. It was bipartisan. A look at what exactly happened on january six in terms of security failures. And why did those failures Car and what sort of changes need to occur to make sure that that ever happens again. And that the capitalist secure the men and women who work in the capital are secure and that our democracy is secure to prevent an attack on the capitol building but it was focused on just those days events. we looked at Intelligence and saw obviously failures in intelligence also saw failures from the leadership of the capitol. Police although i wanna be clear and certainly you're opening showed it vividly that the men and women the frontline men and women who are. They're defending the capital. We're heroes but they were let down by their leadership. It was clear in our investigation that there wasn't a plan in fact during the attack. You'll have officers that. Were on the radio. Saying where's the plan. Who has a plan. Put them in a horrible position and also problems with getting the national guard here and the fact that there needed to be more effective planned up front so we were focused on that we wanted to get a plant a report out that has specific recommendations. That could be acted on very quickly. There are twenty recommendations in this report and we hope to get those in place as quickly as
Chinas Unrestricted Warfare
"When brian shields i notified nortel networks leadership about a major cyber incident. It's not that. He was outright turned aside. They didn't laugh him out of the room like cartoon villains rather according to him and others involved. The people in charge just didn't give it much. Thought they were distracted with other matters. They believed were more. For example there were right in the middle of firing their ceo frank dunn for some shady accounting practices. They did so just full days after. Brian and his team discovered the breach so soon that done himself didn't even hear that he was hacked. But even those who weren't fired didn't hear much about it. Nortel board members later told bloomberg that they couldn't recall the news ever having come up in any of their weekly meetings. They were simply too busy with on boarding the new. Ceo the man they brought in was bill. Owens a decorated former admiral the us navy and former vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff as ceo. He didn't do anything about the breach either because he didn't prioritize it or if one were to make an educated guess because nobody around him was talking to him about it instead. According to bloomberg quote nortel global technological juggernaut would respond to one of the longest. Running chinese heck's of the decade with password update and a series of overtures to wow and quote.
Kamala Harris, in Guatemala, Discusses Plan to Deter Migrants
"Is in Guatemala today. If the start of her trip is any sign yesterday, Air Force to had to turn back after take off for a safety check. The assignment is going to be a challenge. Mrs Harris first foreign trip Mission, President Joe Biden gave her find ways to reduce migration to the US by improving conditions in Central America. One of the big challenges in the region is how ineffective governments there have been at solving the simple, grinding problems of daily life in their countries. Speaking from Guatemala City today, Harris said she and Guatemalan President Alejandro Geometry talked about a key issue Corruption on the issue of corruption. Uh, the conversation that I had with President Janet Today was very Frank. And very candid, and I think this is a quality that he and I appreciate in each other. Following all of this is Adrianna Beltran with the watchdog group, The Washington office on Latin America. She said Harris is right to focus on corruption. And unfortunately, over the last several years, what you've seen across the region, including Guatemala has been a backlash against anti corruption, anti impunity efforts and increasingly actions by corrupt elites to undermine democracy and the rule of law. So as long as we're on the subject, explain in simple terms how corruption actually reduces the impact of USA to Central America. When we talk about corruption in Guatemala in Central America, we're not talking about a few bad apples, a few corrupt government officials that accept bribes But what we're talking about is systems that have been put in place where corrupt elites and in the case of Guatemala, increasingly tied to criminal groups have taken hold the government institutions And have used their positions of power to enrich themselves by embezzling millions of public funds at the expense of the majority of the population. You know,
Partnering to Reduce Risk & Do More Exciting Work with Frank Hannigan
"Let me ask you a little bit by strategy cried. So are you an employee strategy Are you a founder and owner. Yes the way we have. We have four partners at the moment. They run the company and we work together. We work separately. And that's the way it's almost like is not dissimilar to the way legal practices were so we have four partner shack. Roddy margaret's myself. Our hoping to more each of them have domain expertise and also vertical experience and so they will have sense. We would prefer to all his work in paris. So i would have worked in paris number of our people both partners in the socio. That's how that's much more effective because it the risks from the client's perspective but also you tend to have applied effect if you have two guys coming in to the same problem with a different lens. But sometimes we we all work on the same problem so we all work on projects. French fries added together. Which is grateful and again you got network effects. Were having a smart people. Beat each other up beating each other up our ideas up together and that's good because we trust each other but we have different starting points right. Different perspectives on the same problem. Okay so one question. I think the people struggle with is is what actually is strategy. And you've got right there in the name and you are an expert in strategy strategy consultant. So can we talk about strategy for me. Because i think people struggle with trying to pin it down define what it is. I think if you can't explain what it is. Whatever your domain then you don't know enough about it so a strategy for me is desperately simple. It's from a latin. Were from a greek word which means generalship. So it's the organization of people resources over time to achieve and calm and we work with the way we work with companies is to try and make that a simple in as practical as operational as we can so typically we will start off not what the mission vision objective statements. We'll start off. We have a mapping process which we've developed over the last five years we help them to talk about the roots of their complete who they are where they came from a wide. They set up their company than we try and get them to inc where they are right now at their value proposition is ripe. Know what their client base is right. Now what their sweet spot customers right now. Are we build a whole range of if you like information that allows them to sit back and go. Well actually yeah. I kind of knew all this. But i never saw renton data maps
Experts Look Into Possible Cyberattack at Florida Hospitals
"Experts are looking into possible cyber attacks at two central Florida hospitals the villages regional hospital and the U. S. health Leesburg hospital shut down multiple systems to protect patient information Monday switching to pen and paper to document patient visits according to the Orlando Sentinel university of Florida's health central Florida spokesman Frank Faust tells the paper the activity was related to a cyber security event and at this time they don't believe any patient or personal records were compromised Faust also says these types of situations take time to fully resolve and they're taking the appropriate actions to resolve any and all issues I'm Julie Walker
"frank o" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
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"frank o" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"I'm your host and welcome to the show that gets you in front of your best audience and keeps you there now if you thinking about starting a business and you want to stop coaching. But you don't know how to do either of those things than today's call has certainly something in store for you. Because almond the line with the wonderful frank macrey with new sheriff. Frank thank you so much. It's a pleasure to be here. It's enough sleep trait to have you here now. Frank is the founder of thriving coach academy. We're going to be talking about how to stop a success successful coaching business and ham to master the art business and coaching. But we always like to start off first frank by learning a little bit more of a you. I'm wondering if we can start off with where you're okay. Where's home for you for me. Right now is less coast. Seattle washington fantastic and have you always lived different. No so i'm originally from long island new york and i look. I relocated to boston for college for a few years. And that was around the time i discovered what life coaching wise. And then i moved to china for a few years started building up my business simultaneously while living out there and after china hopton cooper canada and now live in seattle. It's about four years here..
Global Home Prices Rise Most Since 2006, Fueling Bubble Concerns
"Think there was maybe a year ago. A certain cockeyed optimism among fixed renters. That the exodus from the cities in the general covid nineteen lockdown shutdown turned down might lead to a plummeting house prices Exactly the opposite has occurred. Yeah we'll seems a long time ago. Not doesn't it's It's been months. Which is seeing the deepest recession in many countries in a generation Within living memory really houses they were on the world are surging average. Jumping seven point three percents in the latest talk. That's the fastest rate of house growth since two thousand and six. This is data from night. Flanks friday night franks global house price index. They looked at fifty-six countries around the world turkey tops. The table with house price growth of thirty two percents. Although it should be noted that turkey's general inflation rates came out this morning as sixteen percent. Turkey has an inflation problem. New zealand comes in second in this league of house. Price shame with prices rising by twenty eighteen percent museum. Contractors had a lot of house price inflation in recent years but allows our country was double digit inflation. The us sweden the netherlands uk. Russia house prices rising in many countries around the world.
Biden Administration Wants Agriculture Subsidies to Help Fight Climate Change
"American taxpayers spend lots of money on farmers record forty six billion dollars last year that helps to keep farmers in business when the weather or the markets might otherwise put them under now. The biden administration wants agriculture subsidies to do something new help fight. Climate change can that work frank. Morris of member station k. C. you are looked into it. Farmers have an uneasy relationship with climate change or creates about ten percent of the greenhouse gas emissions in the us. Most farmers hate to admit it's a problem and they certainly don't want to invite new regulations. But those like richard oswald standing just out of the rain in a shed on the missouri farm where he grew up. Clinches is personal and well. We've got a problem with climate and i've been living in the middle of one of the biggest problems missouri had and that's the flooding on the missouri river that's been brought about by climate change oswald in his son firm about two thousand acres on the missouri river weather permitting where we're standing right now. There was five feet of water here in two thousand nineteen flowing water for months and the same thing happened in two thousand eleven.
Havertz Helps Chelsea Lift UCL Trophy
"Today's champions league final. We saw chelsea beat manchester city by one goal to nail says in the first half proving to be the difference between. That's a side as chelsea under thomas to co. Go on and win. The second champions league practices such open. Start this game. It was great sometimes. These finals the teams cancelling each other out. This quite we all to say yeah. I don't think any that even took in these players himself would have understood the city. We're going to have the bulk of the possession. Not that wasn't gonna worry jokes in look at chelsea in the positive side to start and sort of meander to losing coach. But you've got to take off to this club a abramovich and has people do not mess around. They made unpopular decision with some and sacking. Frank lampard a guy who had been an amazing servant to that club was a player but they felt they had to make a decision. This is a club just makes decisions right or wrong. You may agree or disagree made it. It was sorry cutthroat but it took her available. Let's go out. Let's get right experienced coach track record and he combined and i don't think i've seen a managed land the squads as fast as he. You think of all the changes. He made the first half a dozen game. He didn't he didn't know what that best eleven was going to be. It was the hudson a wingback. Lonzo the was chair willing to team. It was moan- team and he basically threw everybody together and not squad on. He lends a every player strength and weakness. He's on the job while still getting enough results to get them in the top four. Yeah and i think that was an amazing piece management fink about him. He just said to abramovich when he was taking this job. I'll talk for genetic cup final. Which doesn't play well. I know win the champions league for you. it probably would go out. The joe said you know if you roll. But he's pulled off the tip. My cup has been. He has done an absolutely amazing job with escorted
SolarWinds Hackers Are At It Again, Targeting 150 Organizations
"Solar winds attack last year. Now launching another major cyberattack. Microsoft is warning and a block post that over that this hacking group targeted over 150 organizations worldwide. Most of them right here in the U. S. They did this last week. It included government agencies think tanks, consultants in non governmental organizations. Taking a look at Wall Street
SolarWinds Hackers Are at It Again, Targeting 150 Organizations, Microsoft Warns
"Solar winds attack last year. Now launching another major cyberattack. Microsoft is warning and a block post that over that this hacking group targeted over 150 organizations worldwide. Most of them right here in the U. S. They did this last week. It included government agencies think tanks, consultants in non governmental organizations. Taking a look at Wall Street
"frank o" Discussed on CarCast
"Set up pretty pretty well. Yeah, it's got a again. It's it's funny. It's like. Why Red White, and blue like touches a red? Blue Blue on sites like again? If you WANNA race datsuns in the sixties and seventies, here's your palate, red, white and blue. That's the flag of the country. You bombed a few years earlier, so we need you to incorporate. Your scheme. Yeah, it's a very subtle I'm sorry or Twenty because the sponsorship is the Bay Area Datsun dealers, which is like right so when you see. What's his name Dave stone out there and he's got his God I can't remember his his yellow and black. Yellow black well, why isn't that well? That's just a privateer He's not representing. Dotson dots the backing of Dotson I. Don't think you see what I'm saying. was I his yellow wine or the B. R.. E. E. Yellow, one like was one influenced by the other like we think the story of the yellow on is where they raised it in the flag and the whole thing. Was His. Do you think was influenced going well, there's another yellow on. We don't want to read right blow. Maybe yellow is the privateer colors. They were thinking I. Don't know the story, no I I think I know the story. Max Pana has something on there that says seventy three to sixty, but I'm not sure does have a yellow and black to six. That erases the Monterey, so I didn't know who does Dave Stone Oh. That's what I thought five ten. He has a five ten. At the I see that as well restored by Choi Erm ish yeah. Woohoo. I'll take a look at it but Franks. We're GONNA. Let him in ten seconds. You find it. I think you can find it. That's what's his name's car. Yeah. Goddamn is famous guy. Hold on one second. Frank Mex- what does that guy what does that driver's name is? He won the championship in that thing, and like I. Don't know seventy one or something like that but no that car we've met the driver. He's at the track. He was a famous Guy I'll take a look eight, he. That car, the very yellow car was going off to like Jamaica or something, and that's. Why was that collar? Out of the that part we? Didn't know the Dave stone stories. Stories what it's got to have his name. Right up there. It's a famous Guy David Wilson Felsen Okay Yeah Day for Elsa. He won the championship. That guy, all right. Hey, Frank! How are you? Can hear us. We'll try to work this SUV. You'll hear Frank. Frank, If he. They. Go Frank. Can you hear us? Okay. Yeah, put him on. Hold percents and we can work that out. I know he should be able to hear US I totally agree. Report I. If, he can hear us. It's very strange his reaction straight. Up and. Let.
"frank o" Discussed on CarCast
"Weld Dot com wherever O'Reilly advance auto parts Walmart where wherever you get anything you get jp well so. Let's see we've got some Let me give you that. Thing in my pile. got some cool cars coming up at Meka. Frank make them come in son of a Dana Macomb of Macomb Automotive Auctions the. I was looking up at Meka, which would traditionally doesn't have a ton of cars that interests us or me traditionally, but they've got some heavy hitters. Ken Miles. Ford Gt are the three fifty our prototype. mean the one that you know Ken. Miles put I well. I got a ton of racing miles on it and the Ken Mile Story. Everyone knows now, but also it was like the test mule for the GT. Three fifty are which I've always thought was a really cool piece, and a really cool piece of history and I think they made thirty four of. Of them and they they've not really caught up to the market in my in my world in my mind, yeah, shelby fastback, real deal made in Venice not in Detroit. Lots of racing history in a very limited number made, and you know we've seen of it. Auctions kind of flatten out at six, hundred, grand or something like that, but I feel like that's a million dollar car now that. The Ken Miles Test Mule with ten miles, and that's being out there I. There's no Chris I don't think there's an estimate on that car. If I recall if it's on your sheet and there's no estimate, yeah. Yeah, well, let's talk to frank about it got when when he calls in see, he's got some thoughts on where that's going to go I mean there were thoughts on the bullet as well right when that sold right, but I think this is the better car. You know I don't know I just think the racing history is better than the movie history. Well, you got Steve McQueen. And then you know there's ten miles and the bullet went for three and a half or three, two, three, three or something something like that. I I don't know this is. This is an interesting car because. First off, it's got A. There's an l eighty eight convertible corvette with a ton of racing miles at one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, seven with Tana, racing miles on it, and that estimates between four and five million bucks, so are they saying this is going to go for more? They saying it's going to go for last. Also, there's the. I didn't know it always slips my mind that the l. eighty-eight, the big block corvette commercial to go for that kind of money. Because you see so many like corvettes, go across the block and and and you know we're talking about here is is a few. Some differences, but of course but. And then you know you see the one roller four million dollars you'll like. It. Did we just see one roll off there for forty eight thousand dollars? It's not the LA the La Eight. The also that GT forty. Four GT. Competition Prototype this four. That's the Ken Miles one so that's seven point five to ten million estimate. This is the Ken Miles one are can miles as in the description, I don't know if this is the can mas when you're talking about, but this is the. Five Ken Miles one was the Mustang. Oh, excuse me. Fusing. I. He could have had something to do with this car. It's not like Ken byles drove this Lamar or anything like that. It's A. It's a com Ford. GT. I don't know why it doesn't say gt four. I don't know. I think CDC forty as well, but we're looking at is a vintage car of GT forty. Prototype roadster now sixty five was this. Not The car that was at our enemies. You the same car. It's the same car that I think popped up mecum a year ago or two years ago I. Don't think it was our am. I think it was Mecum and I think maybe Dana Mecum owns the car and I. Think also this is one of those. God Damn, it What's his name? Not Barest, but the other car customized. Up On coin guy, that was there for millionaires yeah. We'll figure. It out crystal. It'll come to the end the thing, but are like. In twenty, fifteen had at the prototype GT, forty was the roadster I don't think it had the the number on the side, but it was white, so maybe it's a different. Car I it may be. This is the one popped up last year them and then got withdrawn or something like that. Get into the Oregon. From Frank but yeah. I, they've been getting more of. That's what we've been seeing. The ones we follow our our the racing cars and they've been picking up a lot of the American racing cars with some real prestige to them and. They've been. Dean Jeffries. Yes, seeing, Jeff. Dean? Jeffries did a lot of customizing. He was also. By the way Dean Jeffries As a crow flies. Was His shop was? A mile and three quarters away from embarrasses shop. He was. On. The one freeway and embarrasses right to lookalikes like north just boom just. Like you, you could get from Dean Jeffries to bears his shop. Not Take the freeway for sure you wouldn't have three. We just cut cut up co-anchor. Something are cut cut down. I don't whatever it wasn't in crossover into to look alike but. He had this car sitting around for long periods of time, and then he actually put some sort of NASCAR engine or something into it once and I remember I would talk to guys and there's like there's a Ford Gt. That's just. At Dean Jeffrey. And they had the big damnation alley big trucks ter- thing super trucks, their mobile. You ever see that thing does not. It's not ringing a bell. I think we've looked at up nation alley supertruck stir. It was like parked in his parking lot for thirty years. Now that it that's it. Yeah, he'll get get the side shot or whatever yeah like some kind of big super. Stupid movie trucks there, but whatever? It was parked there from the anyway. The Ford GT was parked there I. Think at some point. Somebody got hold of it and said we got to put it all back to how was yeah can't have the NASCAR engine, or that four Kammer in whatever whatever he was doing. Of course, that's where the money is, but. Yeah! It's. It's good. It's good it's like. The big. The movie car things don't do much for me. Now they don't do much for me either. But what they are is. So you and I like the stuff with the story, but we like the stuff with the story that has to do with Pete Brock Yeah, or some other guy like that are ken miles or something like that the movie stuff?.
"frank o" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Is sort of getting through each day and just maintaining your own sense of mental health and wellbeing and to add that pressure on top. Isn't I don't know if that's necessarily I think. The best thing. Creatively that you can do right now is to live it. Even if it's bad in makes you feel bad just try to deal with it and I think creativity will come after because I try force myself. It doesn't really work. No no because it's you know like you. You kind of need to you kind of need to be a little open like some of your creative energy has to be free. If you'RE GONNA an imitating yourself. Yeah Yeah and so when your mental energy is being taken up with things like Do we have enough paper towels? Do we have enough yet. The milk do we have enough. You know how are we going to get like it so it can be a little distracting is creating can be it can also be kinda tough so I'm just sort of I just want people to have the permissions and like you don't have to write. The great American novel is a novel. While you're in court. I totally agree that every day. Where now living every day before because every day if I open social media I'm going to read about the virus. I'm not gonna read any other news if a watch. Tv's like that because we have a lockdown since everyday's the same. It's really difficult being created. When you don't have a lot of impetus like that. I think that that's the thing. We're really focused on this thing. That doesn't really work on creativity. I think well honestly frank reach out anytime you know like you at But offline we have to connect on switch side definitely. I want those peaches not fabulous oranges. Cherries and oranges in Pierce. But I needed fruit is cherries your mind. But I- anybody. Everybody hates their native for just as one last thing about animal crossing. When I started the first time I started the game. I love the island shape that I had. There was a circular of ood Easter. Live in Mezzo and I loved it but I didn't like I think I didn't like the name of island or something I go. I'll just start over on. Aw I quit the game and I started over and it knows that you get randomize the islands and so I kept. I started like six or seven times over sitting to the whole intro to get a Better Island and finally had cherries in someone in our friend group. Because we're all playing what your fruit and I go. Well I don't like my island but it's cherries and they go keep it because no one else in the cherries. Unlike final. Take one for the team. And so we will be friends and on in animal crossing they. He's so much go deal to a Burrito Guti. Enjoy -joy your Perino. How do I got into a liter? Burrito when Benigno CION MINNA? God's say good night stay safe according to press you to. I love all of you and thank you for what you do for the comedy culture and keep doing these podcasting and it's been you're inside your house and you as well. People should follow on instagram. By the way your youth some really great like you do some great filter work with you as a baby and with or your. Your mouth is on like potato and your snapchat snapchat snapchat. I'm too old for snapchat. I just haven't I know I'm I'm working on an anyway gone a God bt to a book reto see complete and enjoy overeat..
"frank o" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Because they they're not allowed to do this anymore but for a long time when they die they had holy soil that they had brought in and they would position their bodies in this series of crips that you can walk through and they would make anyone's listening you're not allowed to take pictures but there are pictures of it. They make sculptures out of skeletal pieces. So these balls with Scapula as butterfly wings and I mean. It's so stunning and the idea is not to be morbid. The idea is to remind people that we are mortal so to embrace your life as you have it and so the quote unquote English as a it. Is you see all these dead monks? And it says Where where you are we once were where we are. You will be so in other words the Neue Adam had say it again. I'm paraphrasing but it's something like where you are. We once were where we are you will be on. That's great that's great. I love the in Italian. That boy whenever Obama Annoy Him. Annoy John Lewis. She said it devoid. It's SORTA like that. It's it's so beautiful because it's and they're so well preserved and it but it just it just reminds you and again. I think this is incredibly. Poignant for now to embrace what you have while you have embraced the time that you have an especially now well because we i. Do you know what I think. This is all reminded us of and we're seeing this in the entertainment business too which is being totally shaken loose and in the sports into like all the fans are being shaken and it is it is a reminder that we are able to create this illusion of certainty this illusion that everything is stable. But it doesn't take much to shake everything we use and so it is you know I think it is a reminder of like it reminds you that everything is staple not because of just you. Everything stayed because a lot of people aqua operating in something that you ignore and with something like this happens. You really understand it. That's that's a beautiful way to put it and I don't bring it up to scare. People are stressed amount even more. But you know the matter is. We don't know a lot like general even though we can trick ourselves into thinking things one hundred percent secure. We don't actually have a really know. We just sort of set. These up on autopilot. So that we don't really think or worry about it but now again because we're so forced to live in the present I feel like there is an opportunity to learn how to live better and more positively once we are able to. You know I totally agree. I totally agree. I really hope we have to check in with each other from time to time in in a year. You know like you Madam Shit again. Yeah I think I had tillerson animal crossing. I know there are some times crossing get really frustrated. Because it's like I know how to catch fish and I hit the button too soon. Be Too or I was trying to catch a tarantula the other night but a fucking tiger beetle jumped in the way and then I shall a bit me but I don't know any sort of you know any sort of last thoughts any last ideas any sort of words that you wanNA share either anything that you want to stay and really is since I. I'm an American citizen to an end. My family is there in the United States. I don't think people are really gonNA listen to me because when I looked at China in one. I really listen to that too but I'm going to try to say it anyway. It's the really really serious. They Corona virus. And it's really easy to fight it. I know it's Kinda crazy areas crazy. If you were stopped everything like the life of people is more important than accommodating for now. Then that's going to be a problem for now. The priority is to not making people die alone in their house is. Because that's what's happening ever been. It's really serious. So Try Really. Try to stand home in social distance. He tried to do it at your best. I'm not asking because you're GONNA be forced by the Too just just trained to do it because if you do it earlier. It's going to be better right right. Well we are. We're on you know I don't really know what I don't really know what our calendar looks like right now in terms of long. It's it's it's going to go on. I mean it I. I do. Think finding that balance between healthy news intake and unhealthy amounts of news especially because there's so many outlets so many websites I do feel like there is a rush to get information out and sometimes you could be stressing yourself out about a headline that really was sort of designed to pull you into a story that maybe is may not necessarily. It's like yeah like you know everyone's just working so hard to get information as quickly as possible that it's not all you know it's like how do you know what is accurate. What sort of thing? I think you should just see the crazy thing about our culture is that in. The Western world is that it happened to Italy than it happened to France to Germany. Does the name existing? And it's going to happen everywhere in the world. It's it's just normal because we it's the first time of virus could spread his. It's this far because we travel and see other. So it's if you don't do nothing about it's definitely GonNa go as Italy as it it's serving. It's not like it's not different. We're we're we're people virus. Let's go inside him. And so what are you? What what are what? Are you find that Italians are doing to foster a sense of hope? You know to feel like like where. Where do you find that in the dark times that y'all have been going through while what have you been doing on to to to to stay positive? Well the the statistics for now are really giving us hope. Because in these past days went down it makes you feel proud to be a civil person and to not go out and so when you see the curve good down. You're you're saying okay. I'm doing the job because it's like a war in your soldier in your job is not to kill people but stay inside how I put it in the dockers. They're doing the harder job. They're the first line doing the harder stuff so everybody has a job here in the hope. We find his statistics. They're saying that by the thirteen April. Maybe we're going to start going up okay. So we are finding hope that this thing that we're doing altogether works and maybe slowly leaking no bacteria it makes you really feel feel United Nation. That games do hope to that. Everybody can do a good job. Yeah that that's that's so well put especially because you know when you think about you know if someone goes out God damn it. I gotta stay. I mean obviously. Some people do have to leave their homes again for medicine or through work Madison Bud but for anyone who is like a demon stay. It's like no you have to do is not leave your house if you have if you have. Your basic survival needs think about the healthcare workers who are sacrificing their own to to meet the demand of this influx of patients. From this thing that we still don't know everything about and so you think about in context that it's like yeah. If all you if if all you have to do is not leave your house. You know it's really simple job to do. Yes and everyone had where everyone has to do it so both. I mean it's sort of like when I think too if the government doesn't tell you to like I don't think anyone will do it so I understand it. I hope I got the message across. Yeah you did. You did beautifully. I mean to Mika Take that same question Bella Converts so wonderful and also thank you for you know. Thank you for being patient. Could call me Otani by many movies. It is one of those things where you just have to practice. You can only look at it on an APP so much like you do. It emerged as the best. You'd have to breathe breathe it. It's like you know your own. Billy learning you just live it just trying to learn it by doing it? Yeah yeah there's no other way to other than just to do it Oh and what your acidy as revenues up what what was the focus of the show that you're putting together and is it. Do you think it's going to change Well that's a really good pressure by the way Chris. I love that you Judas job greatly by beds we don't really WANNA change the focus but we definitely have to address it. I think in the show because we did a sold out of all our day we had. We couldn't do it anymore so I think it was a sign for me this community. Join it together doing a lightning so I think that we should address it in a monologue or something say that we almost did it do this that talk about how it what because we did rehearsal this show of for like ten days the because we had our view we did it in front of known like we didn't we are. We did it. We did it but in front of the director and Just that it was good but it was. It was weird. So we definitely gonNA dress it but it's going to be the same thing. Well that's that's good and I I you know I also. I just don't want people to put. I find that I'm myself have been putting a lot of pressure on like all this time now. I need to write something I need to make something I need to. I think the point that you made was really good. Which is like you know what a lot of that stuff. Probably GonNA come after and it's not about the virus like I just don't but even just being creative in general I feel like I can't waste all this time but I feel like maybe people should be. I'm saying this to sort of give people a pass like you don't necessarily have to do anything if you're not inspired like don't put the pressure on yourself because part of your energy.
"frank o" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"The pope is sleeping in there and he's the leader of a religious in that one of the most powerful things in the world ended. It's really really humbling to go inside your little home after your event will. Yeah because it again. There's so much history there and you know we live in Los Angeles are are very oldest history in Los Angeles and this is very small dates to the late eighteen hundred eighteen hundreds of late eighteen hundred and so but most of Los Angeles really kind of exploded in the twenties. And so we just don't the history here is sort of like oh it's like our cultural entertainment history or you know and and a lot of our old buildings are copies of of really old buildings in Europe and so it to even be able to be in a place where you know the roads. It's like Oh my Gosh. You know Whatever like Marcus Aurelius might have walked on this ground zero of John the Baptist fucking head in that building over narrow like this is this is like real history it is. It is really overwhelming. And you just see like this gorgeous building. That's like an ancient. Am You know? It's like these historian like a starbucks are like A. Yeah Yeah I am definitely thing. What is What are your other favorite parts of Rome star or what? What's a good if some when people are? Let's let's be positive and with the come back to Italy. Where should they go like a week or two? Where should they go? Okay they definitely have to visit the whole history big because everything that's a cliche is beautiful like Am Body all that stuff. You have to see it but if you WANNA have like the Roman Day like a like a person for Midi you go loop at a state but a state senate and you walk around at one. Pm you'll have glass of wine somewhere and then you go to eat in one of the Rack Thirty Eh. Property is like the meats. It's let's say a restaurant with those here we have we have. We have a rea- really say threats. We Theresa Okay. Okay and you order to eat either. Got A banana or gastric paper or a Madisha. And you're good to go then you walk miles and you just look at stop. I think that's the perfect day. That's that's wonder we we love. There's so many places in Italy that I WANNA go. I WANNA go to Milano. I WANNA go to Tuscan and it. But every place had such a specific I did not believe we went to the palace I think is in Caserta. Palace's Jessica Fan Caserta. Which is the most multi multi band and then Lionel which was at Koran stunning? You know and it's Herculaneum for people who don't know also perished when erupted but it's it's not as crowded as pump pay yet. Pump paid people were fried and ash in Herculaneum. They were buried in hot mud. Yeah go they excavate and they can't even excavate all bit because there's an old city on top of the ruins but exacted dug out. What is feels like a very modern city. That's a couple thousand years old. There's like cafes on the corner there's a gym. There's no SPA or shop. Don't don't weird as shit about those times. Never understood is that he was Dick's as arrows in the city like they found a stone in the wall. And you don't understand if it's Like it was a banker from those times or they just use Dick's as arrows. I I love maybe there was some sort of like young Herculean. Franks and no. We're studying it gonNA know what to with these wall addicts and they're gonNA have to figure it out. But what I what I love. The most is that you can see like the places where the roof of the structures were preserved. You can still see the tiles. You can still see the mosaics as almost anything credible as they were years ago. The little town where I come from Teddy Nola. Some houses are historical and a person bought this house like fifteen years ago. They straight off the paint on the wall and underneath there was a rescuing operational God and did they. Did they date it? Do they know anything I? It is now historical thing and school organized visits inside this person's house to see. Oh my God. That's a blessing occurs now. I thought it was just for me but I do. I do feel like that. Italians tend to appreciate their own cultural heritage. Do find that most. Italians appreciate that history. Really take it to heart there. There is a I think. It's a blessing in it. It's two sides of the meadow. We are really really Apache Attic Lights. We are really a reload of our history. We really love love it and sometimes this thing all the things that we done in the past in Italy as Italians make you slack off as a modern Italian like we're the best that said you're not doing nothing to bring forward the. How do you say the lead state there? That the the the what they left you. What did you say? Oh okay let's say let's say pass down like let's say now. We have to get to the bottom of this Chris. This is a game. Show the other person's language you're trying to game show. I know it we. Shouldn't we shouldn't take a game show during quarantine where it's like? Oh it's like okay. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA try. I've got to trust shit. Shit ain't she how if five year grandparent's yeah. Hey yes in night die you you will and best. What was I saying like I forgot? What was I saying? You were saying that you're about the history that it's you forget about what's been left. You know exactly let it. He thought that the like how do you say the will would is like the if I do a will inheritance inheritance? Yes that we're forgetting like we're now bringing honor to the narratives. Oh my God. We just got the word so we would get points for that yet very point. Oh my God I love this idea. This is a fun idea. Maybe the game shows called. Have you say that? It's just like an American. We call it. How do you how do you say what is that thing? What's that thing? How what does that say? It's fun. I love this idea but a favor. Favorite postal postal. See Place in your boss. 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"frank o" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Now and really with that and then tomorrow will be another day that I will just really works in. Its even some of my friends. That are maybe alone at their house. They're saying that thing so I think it's a natural response to to to deal with this kind of stuff over here. It's been late. It's like groundhog day with bill. Murray because you wait you sleep like this for me is going out. Yeah I'm going to sleep wake and I have a coffee special cafe yet. Told my friends tried to do some work. Maybe at a video I place them animal crossing. I call my friends. They have a glass of wine at six. So if the kind of thing I've been thinking about people that are alone in their houses they haven't Shoka hand or give a hog or kissed a person in a mum and that's like some kind of record in everybody our. Life's it's it's really weird. It's not great because we are social animal. I mean although you know I saw I saw something on Reddit. Where basically sort of like the talking about like nerd culture like you know who don't go out? Don't be don't socialize no problem. I've been working on that for thirty years and I know I read about that but I think that that when you do that you always know that. You a choice to graduate vials. Yes it's really nice to not go out when they tell you don't go out. It's it's it's really harder to do it. Yes and we are again. We're so spoiled in the sense that we can you know were such a world of it's global a planet of consumers where is get whatever we want whenever we wanted and I always found that really funny I was trying to write a joke about it. About how when you think about we live like fucking faeroes like a Phero. A few thousand years ago you know could summon whatever he wanted at Jill. You just have to look inside your phone now. You just look in your phone and you know like I demand to have these salt and vinegar chips deliver. I'd expeditiously you know. And we sort of spoiler we can just go to the store but I I was even thinking about like oh I have something that I wanted to send to a friend of mine. I don't know how to get it to him. I can't I mean I. Can I drive it and leave it out well? I don't know if I should do that. I shouldn't do that I can't I I don't really WanNa mail it. I don't WanNa go to the post office. Yeah Yeah I just can't do that for like even just reworking accepting internalizing internalizing. We are just not as convenient seekers. Yeah are not like that is not really as much of an option at the moment. Well I think a positive thing is that we found some things that in the future when this is GonNa be over. I hope soon we're I'M GONNA be sitting in Australia. May Be talking to someone in. I can ask them. Where were you during the corona virus? Already and we're GONNA START A conversation. It's it's GonNa be a really good conversation starter. You know what? You're absolute right ahead even thought about that because again that's sort of branching off the idea that we're all in this together that we all have this commonality you know any anything nationality race adding everything. We're all in it. And and so it. It really is connective. I mean I do flash forward to the times when I hope people appreciate you know when we're able to go out again even just you know. Wow I can just go to my post office daffy go buy a loaf of bread you know like you. Can't you still now? You can with with certain restrictions but it it still is. You know it does a little bit feel like house arrest you know. Well now this thing makes you think about the meaning of freedom. Yes see four. We didn't really know what that meant. Now we know a little bit better side things. This is a really good thing. I hope so. I really do hope so because we are. We do live in a more privileged time than almost any other pretty much any other time and you know and it is and I think having some of that taken away isn't necessarily like I my hope is that it's you know Obviously it's not good for people who don't have access to things that they need like healthcare food of course basic needs but beyond that what I do hope is that having some of his taken away does make us appreciate the things that are important and make us sort of check back into life a little bit and not being so focused on yourself egotistical itself yes in just like. Oh just your filters on instagram. I know I was supposed to do another podcast today. And My podcast producer. My podcast booker called she was like. Oh you know what you're the guest. He's just feeling really stressed about everything he didn't want to do the podcast. And that's fine. I go look what's going on in the world. You think you a podcast now like it doesn't matter like that used to tweet out. Just don't fucking actually matter when Wade you know like public health is so yeah. Yeah I do appreciate that that it's like I don't care about stuff I don't care about little things anymore. You know that and I hope obviously when things go back to normal after a tragedy after a war after anything people do sink back into a rhythm and they get course again. But I don't think I think a certain amount of discomfort can remind us of what we have and to appreciate the people in things in our lives that we do have that we make totally rented. I totally agree Chris. What's what is the first thing you're going to do when you're able to leave. You thought about that I want to I. I'm craving eighty. Will I love it though? I WANNA. I WanNa have a glass of wine with my friends in a public place in talk with my friends and I think that's the first thing to do because that's going to be in a long time a myth. I totally understand too because you know my favorite thing about Italy is that you have this layer of everything. There is so much older than our country. You have this layer of buildings that date back to like the fifteen hundreds and then if you look down in the basement there's the road that dates back two thousand. It's like so there's ancients treasurer on top of ancient treasure. And when we were just the devil just when I was having an own at Cafe Espresso on the did quiz each a roof. I don't know how to say roof Those Rats Rats Albert Belle Isle de la Burgo. It was more to Bella. The Sun and Banham. You just think in. Yes you just see the history your buildings of Ecu I multiple they it you see the history and there's just the or and we're like thirty feet from the fucking Parthenon you know. And so the Arthur crazy thing is that we don't get used to it too. It's so beautiful that we always love looking at it. Yeah yes so it really is. It's such a beautiful place in such a beautiful culture and you know I was so heartbroken when it hit Italy you know He's like we. I mean it was almost like you know when when you when you hear something bad happens to a friend you go. I just saw that. It was like we franken. We were up on the thing. We went to all these amazing places in. So it's you know my heart so goes out to you the people so much. We're all in it together. Now we're all in. It's again you to the message. I have admittedly that. We're kind of in the future. Because we've been lacked down. Tried really tried hard to stay inside your house. It's really really makes a difference. It works yeah it does and then I imagine where you shooting your show right now. Did that get put on hold or were you on a really really weird thing happened is that I had the finals of Italy's get talent And I did the finals without the audience. Oh Wow in. It was advocating. It was like doing rehearsals right. I was on live. Tv was going live. Oh my God oh I was trying jokes but no one's lapsing back your job. Well that's the thing too is trying to figure out for COMEDIANS. You know could you host a zoom show where you have a thousand people show up and it's like well you'd have to like we really comedy stand up as live. Comedy is such a relationship with the audience. I told Yeah you need to. You need the feedback in because that's part of the conversation. It gives you the pace of your station too. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I don't know if I'm saying this right what I do all Bosa favor. Prefatory are Roma cost man. Johnny Saudi APP Because Story. Let's start here I've really loved the Vatican. It's incredible I live by the Vatican so when I used to walk in front of the Mac Madigan to go home. You look at it in. It's really really really incredible. Thinking.
"frank o" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Oh The you know New York does this but you know Tennessee lack this. They talk like this. We'll have to. I want to say Italy's fucking dialects are so because you've had so many centuries to develop them you know to speak in one region. Then you go you know and you go to finance Seattle. It's like oh well not only do they have their own dialect they have Venetian which is another language. Always yeah I really really. It's really easy for like I'm from Caserta. Let's say they oppose. I'm from Napoli in. It's really easy for me to not understand. Well someone from Venice. If he speaks the dialect would say I don't understand it and we're both ways by the way it's really weird if you if you speak dialects other people want understand you. Yeah I mean that's the really fucked up thing about learning. Italian is because I have a you know. I have a teacher that I work with sometimes in San Diego. A tutor and And I use Rosetta stone a couple of other APPS. But I don't know what broad form of Italian I'm learning because then you go to different regions and they go. Oh no no no. We don't say that we see it like this now. I know you're you're learning the right Italian dory you're learning the righty touted alert. What is the blanket? Is there a name for this sort of broad blanket? Italian I know Leon the rest are the elected. Got Any That's not the it's not official. It's just it's just how people talk when you're with your friends. Let's say and then there's an in. There's a tense of verbs that is a remote Dole Ramal dusty. Which is this my said. I'll you won't you very few people speak plus with the remote dill anymore. You don't need to it's like it's starting parts of Italy. They use that. It's like when you say something that happened a long long time ago but some regions in Italy using even if it happened like the other day. So it's really weird. Your teacher said you don't really need a suffering while the worried by Saturday Maldini in Italian Justice. You are right in the history book you're saying wants a fourteen ninety two scope That like they discovered your. That's how you use it. You really don't need your won't be right in his report says well I? I think it's interesting. I'm not GONNA I I am I. I am hobbled a little bit. Which is a word that means like you know some. Cut Off at the knees with my with my speaking. Because I haven't really learned conditionals so I can't say if Ben my head my teacher said we'll just say the simplest version of what you want to say you could say four say four say you know the better stay and then something else you force for that what you're saying it's one of the hardest things in Italian and even if we as Italian struggle with it that you hope just to give you hope you know. At least you're like okay. You know I can say University da or cafe. I can see what those things are. But it's it's the concept of missions yet picture though so I've had trouble but saying that was our Rhode Island's correct Rhode Island's Superior Cranston High School East. Wow and so a quando quando and two thousand seventeen I graduated. You graduated two thousand seven hundred and Luke when you say that I think is very whoop countryman. Do you know he learned Air Graduate Alabama. You know it's A. There's a lot of things that you can add it that so when when did you come to? You were born in Caserta. But when did you come to my grandparents? went to States in the sixties and they put up a family. They're like they had five children and my mother was born there and then she came on holiday in Italy and she met my father and she fell in love and she said here and I was four and I came in the United States like to visit my grandparents when I moved there in two thousand and I've since my daughter to grow you'll citizenship. Yeah I have to chip draw my friend. Let's say I made you made well. There's no listen. There's no reason to come here right now. But it's nice that you have the option if you ever wanted it. Yeah Yeah Yeah Italy. We say they will stop. Doing Scott Shoes have won. Four into shoes. All it's fun. Oh my God. That's fantastic one. Yeah Yeah yes I love Ya. I can almost do a whole podcast of just colloquial sayings. Dare their incredible. They're genius like asset comedian. They there are really things that they invent here. like like that one. Did your mother teach you English from early August? Did you not learn she? Didn't it's beginning. Italian how yeah and they. I think they just did dirty stuff lately because my father did. It's beginning English so I think they just thought ECHINACEA. No sorry when I was till I was six I was in this gentleman went to elementary school and I didn't really socialize with other kids. Just my cousins. I discovered that I spoke half English and half Italian so when I discovered that it was really traumatic because I didn't know how to say a Chin in Italian men though Wade any conversation where Chin was involved. Because I didn't know I would say that's what I would say you. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah and and I would be made out so I started learning Italian than later and I really really practice English when I went to school in the United States. But that's the best time to learn it because when you're a kid you you're just your brain is forming like. It's the challenge that I find with. Learning Italian now is trying to remove the step where I think of an object and then drew translate that and then so it's it's I. I've I've tried to do this thing. Where I just treat Italian words like synonyms supposed to. Oh you know really smart thing Europe. You don't have to be. I think American people are are too hard on themselves when they study another language because they there's the cliche American people all we know stuff about American only known English but I think English was it was such a like a really goldline of entertainment in the world that we had all these Americans stuff in English in Italy. All detainment all this movie solve this iconic stop in English is a little bit simpler than Latin languages. So I think it's it's just. It's really normal to struggle with that because people here are just watch their favorite movie in English to learn English. And I really. I really tried a oprah battle April. Vlado I tried you try upper battleground. Jerry is also to try as an IT's cheesy or checkout Assi or check out the checkout de Bilaterally telliano mold because I wanted to be owned won- Ikano like I won't go grab. He would not expect people to nine days so I would but there was always a cliff like sort of like of course where I would see. Come in and go oh. This conversation is going in a direction that I'm I'm not going to be able to close this. We're in it now. So there's let's dance but I figured at least if they saw that I was trying that they would. They would be forgiving and then they were. Everyone was very sad. Everybody they people here. Love Love American culture and if you try speaking Italian they would love you from the get goats though. You're doing good grace. You're you're great Italian. I got to the CCC. That'd be so fun to have dual Italian citizenship. I would love to get pregnant really difficult during during their own ears. So so let's talk a little bit about how everything's 'cause it really sort of felt like everything snuck up on us in terms of you know all this thing is happening but it's happening in other places and all of a sudden jolt leave Your House. What was the what was your general vibe like initially Italy because here I still feel like there's a shit ton of people going outside and being around each other and my wife and I are like get the fuck in your house. What are you doing. Did you have a similar problem in Italy or did ever okay with most interesting thing that I saw because I have my brothers the United States and have some friends in England and people from all over the states since Italy was the first country in the Western world to to be affected really affected by corona virus. It sort of like we're in the future because we I read stuff in the American twitter that we would think in. We were right in. It's all the same we would say it's just a bad flu. It will go away. That's what we said men. It wasn't like that because the thing that really alarmed us when we understood.
"frank o" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Welcome to the PODCAST number. Ten fifty eight. I guess I'll just keep saying go to. Id TEN DOT com slash sign up and joined the email list remember. Those email lists the archaic for Mass Communication. Before social media. Which I think fell out of favor for awhile and then nails coming back a little bit because social media just inundates us all the time. We don't know what to sort through so sign up on the email list you may or may not even get something from us I think most. Most spam catchers detect anything. That's like a mass email. So hopefully you'll get it but you know we. We don't post too often any of that stuff too often anyways. So I d ten T DOT COM SLASH. Sign up as always. Let's talk about the ten t community court board Laszlo Rights. I made a thing to exercise my creativity and hopefully bring a small piece of joy to people in these difficult times starship. Mine is a SCI FI. Themed Choose Your Own Adventure story you can vote on how the plot unfolds giving you the power to take your starship on an epic journey across the Galaxy head to at starship. Underscore mind and decide what should happen next. All right thank you Laszlo. That's a fun way to be creative. Engaged people in these times from this episode is my friend Frank Montano. Who is this? Lovely Italian comedian that I met when Lydia and I went to Italy last year we went to Italy last. May and I tell the story on the podcast but basically This really nice fellow. Who's an Italian comedian? Sent me a message on like a private message on instagram or something and said. Hey My name is frank. I'm GonNa tell you comedian. I listen to your podcast. I'd love to say hi so I met up with him..
"frank o" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Not generally one Frank O. ground one nearby he tosses the first for the second and a left hander falls off to the third base side yet to reach back the other way have that hard ball back to the mound at a throughout New York run go to down to the so too often to set aside Niger for Jones were back with a bases empty for the third straight back chair for an infield single it's more the more it's only one in the fourth the only eight to six during the sixth inning in Montreal Jever batting right handed Jan fires fast ball just inside one ball no strikes Cincinnati and Milwaukee there in the fourth raids of a two nothing lead lance Davis against Ben sheets now the one fifty chipper and a high fly ball deep to center field the playable Peyton drifting back edge of the track reaches out makes the catch about two steps on the warning track four hundred feet away just to the left of center field so chipper Jones a long fly ball and Bruce Jenner as a cell phone one two three inning nothing across the six that's one raise one on it's Jeannie progresses number one number two employee leave a message at the Hey Jimmy it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your archipelagos Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with a name your price tool it should be you given me the pep talk now get out there hit that high note.
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"frank o" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries
"David didn't respond right away. And I knew what that meant when has replied came a week later than usual. I wasn't surprised to read that. He did not want to be my boyfriend. Our relationship suddenly felt just as one sided as it had. When we were in college I had expected to get franked by the mountains and the rocky trails and the deep stream crossings. I didn't expect to get franked by David to getting dumped when you live in the middle of the frank is not like getting dumped in the front country for starters. There's no one knew to meet. The closest town is a thirty five mile walk and I'm using the term town generously here. Most maps label Edwards Burqa simply a populated place. Second Taylor's dry campus which is totally fair drunk students and vast wilderness areas. Don't mix on top of that. There is no netflix streaming. And all of your food is rationed even if you had a pint of ice cream. No heartbreak would inspire you to eat it. All in one sitting all of the classic lazy ways to manage my feelings were wholly unavailable. These has been my go-to strategies when David broken my heart in the past which was probably why I never seems to get over him. It sucked not being able to wallow the way that I wanted to like any other day in the there was nothing to do but hike the other students and I have been planning a five day. Backpacking trip up to some Alpine lakes. We decided to depart that Wednesday afternoon so that we wouldn't miss out on the mail plane and our grocery resupply after reading David's letter. I was ready to go. Everyone else needed more time to work through their mail so I put on my boots and pack and grabbed my trekking Poles. I told the rest of my career that I was taking off early and meet them seven miles down trail at the confluence of big creek and the middle fork of the Salmon River for three hours. I hiked rage hot with frustration. An exertion as I made my way to the confluence. It was well over ninety degrees and the afternoon sun. Beat down on me as I tried to make sense of how I entered the frank on such a high and suddenly found myself so distraught like a hiker who hasn't figured out that she's lost yet. I'd seen only what I wanted to see and ignored every sign. That should have made me wary a few hours later. My friends caught up to me. At the confluence. Together we got franked. A sending thousands of feet up relentlessly steep grade and over endless down trees as we got closer to our destination. The mosquitoes descended in full force. So thick it wasn't worth it to take breaks. Even for water covering from getting franked takes grit resourcefulness and a sense of humor that night. Cooking dinner and our full rain gear to avoid the dense cloud of mosquitoes. We laughed about the slog. We'd endured to get here the next morning. I slacked off to a boulder perched at the edge of the lake and halfheartedly drafted my reply to David's letter. I don't remember much only that I demanded to know how he could claim to love me without wanting to be my boyfriend in the end it didn't matter what I wrote. The rejection remained the same. My Body ached from the strain of the previous day's travel and my heart ache from a decade of anticipation only to be let down. I was already dreading the trip back down the mountain to the field station for the toll. The hike take my knees and the toll the monotony of station life would take on my spirit but in my remaining weeks in the Frank I found myself leaning into the pain relaxing into the ache of long uphill hikes and cold evenings in my sleeping bag. There was something strengthening about it after all. I didn't have that little black notebook to look forward to every Wednesday anymore but I had my feet under me and wherever we went no matter how difficult and knew I could trust them. There's something powerful about getting franked to be forced to push through challenging terrain to manage discomfort and uncertainty to find a path through the uncharted territory of heartbreak. I built trust in myself and the resilience to suffer and laugh at the same time in moments of self doubt I still look back at my rankings and know that if I made it through then I can surely handle whatever lies ahead of me..
"frank o" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries
"The winter before I went into the frank. I made an impulse decision after not speaking for three years. I sent David a handwritten letter asking him to spend a week in Utah with me that Spring. The only thing stranger than my invitation was his reply text the same day he opened my letter. Yes in the two months between my invitation. His arrival we stayed in touch by snail mail. David bought a pocket sized mole. Skin notebook that we mailed back and forth half a dozen times creating an artifact of reminescent S- and our anticipation. Utah my old Subaru. We camped hiked and soaked in hot springs. David taught me to climb just outside Logan on a perfect Crisp Bluebird Day. He told me to trust my feet and I slowly became more confident in the stability of my toes on tiny holds. I started to feel more secure in my relationship with David to. I felt justice safe lying next to him my tent as I did when he believed me. We spoke openly about our feelings past and present for the first time. I didn't have to figure out what he was thinking because he just told me he had been in love with me in college to our trip to. Utah affirmed every feeling about David. I'd had for years. I was certain that we understood each other. In a way that very few people to and that I really really loved him at the end of our trip dropped him off at the airport on somewhat ambiguous terms we worked together but I felt hopeful that we weren't saying goodbye. We kept in touch after he returned to Boston though are writings to each other took on a different energy with no rendezvous to anticipate our exchanges became slower less interesting three months later. When I got the Frank Church I continued to trust my feet climbing just a couple of times in. Utah was enough to reframe what I believed my body could do. I crawled into caves looking for pictographs. Artifacts zoomed up rough terrain for a better view of the valleys below and waited across. Swift CREEKS IT FELT. Good to traverse the frank confidently looking up at my surroundings. Instead of down at my boots trusting my feet became the guiding principle of my outdoor pursuits. And my work is a writer. It gave me faith through difficult processes and uncertain outcomes and the courage to take risks. Knowing that I could weather whatever came next. I'm not sure why David and I kept writing to each other while I was in the frank but I loved pulling the small box that held our mole skin notebook out of the big mustard yellow mail bag every other Wednesday. I saved for last every time waiting until after it examined each of my letters postcards and packages twice. I throw the notebook into my daypack. Find a quiet place down by the river or up on the ridge and crack it open reading as slowly I could from there. I had a week to reply to gather my response and to try to express my experiences in the deep back country Tuesday nights at put on my headlamp and walked down to the mailbox at the edge of the airstrip. I felt closer to the outside world when I reached into the dark mailbox almost as though I could touch my normal life if I stretched just a little a few Wednesdays into the summer I put a notebook out of the mail bag and read. The first few pages of David's letter were standard description of his recent trip up. Mount Ranier a few paragraphs about his progress toward finding a new apartment and then an unpleasant surprise a question about where I saw our lower case our relationship going. I spent the next six days deciding how truthful I wanted to be. I knew the best way to keep David around was to lie to say that I was up for anything and happy to keep all this unlabeled an undefined. But that wasn't what I wanted. I wanted him in my life. I plan to graduate in less than six months so it didn't seem so unreasonable that we might live in the same city soon and give ourselves a chance to be happy together once and for all. I trusted my feets and replied truthfully. Let's give this thing a shot by wrote. It's been ten years of tension and uncertainty. Why not try?.
"frank o" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries
"The Taylor station is run by the University of Idaho where I was a graduate student studying science communication for the first time in my life I got paid do creative work outdoors beyond that. It was a project of my own design. I would conduct research and write an essay collection exploring the unique ecology and culture of the Frank. I was one of six students station there for the summer. We were isolated from the rest of the world. A single male plane connected us to civilization coming and going every Wednesday every other day of the week. We'd scatter by ten. Am to fish. Hike or click data for a research projects. But Wednesday's Wednesdays were Christmas. We'd wake up and sit around the kitchen table drinking coffee and eating pancakes ears perked for the home of the Mail plane in the distance when the plane landed eagerly collect a postcard or to at least a couple of letters from friends and occasionally a real treat like a package for my sister full of chocolate and new socks. I was almost always surprised by the contents of the Mail plane but I could count on one constant every other Wednesday a small box with an even smaller notebook inside full of David's delightfully sloppy handwriting..
"frank o" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries
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"frank o" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"As coming in ladies and gentlemen frank luntz welcome frank if your listeners only realized how fake this whole thing is well we're in the agent no actually this proves donald trump is correct and everything he says is true i have in my house of fake news wall genuine fake news wall i've got a headline all passengers saved on the titanic i've got lusa taniwha all the passengers saved on lithuania babe ruth to head the new red sox or he's promoting cigarettes is being entirely safe to smoke i've even got tom brady on his knees the boston globe first addition headline from two years ago because they assume that at a twenty eight to three deficit there's no way the patriots could make it back and finally dewey defeats truman that's truly faking but those are mistakes and then there's fake news right i mean there's the culture we live in now we're the the post fact which is a tragedy because if you can't trust what you read and you have to be skeptical you have to hold people accountable but if we live in a place in a country and in a time where we don't trust our media to tell us the truth and to get the truth that what does that mean for democracy i'm frightened i i am genuinely frightened about where we are right now for three reasons one is fake news the second is we can't talk to each other that people have shut each out each other out that they won't listen and therefore they cannot learn and third as you say the issue of facts that they claim there are alternative facts we can disagree about how to solve a problem but at least we should be able to knowledge how many people live in poverty how many children are not being educated the way they should be how much money is being wasted by the federal government and when did we have a president who created more fake news i don't know i mean and i can i can actually pinpoints the moment when this.