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Fresh "GAL" from The Dan Proft Show
"Well, there are big plans being made at 79 wistful Vista this week. There are plans of foot to be on horseback because the Squire and this lady are going to work on a ranch this summer out in the Great West, where if you give a crook enough role, you will be minus a cow. And here at home, discussing and near future we find Civil McGee and Molly. I still wonder Branching isn't going to be rather hard work for you dirty. That cowboy stuff is pretty strenuous, you know? Oh, not for me. I know my way around the corral like the back of my hand. Remember, I worked on Uncle Sycamores ranch up in Montana for years. Your uncle, stick them on. Sure. You remember me telling about Uncle sick, um, are one of the great cattlemen of the old West? Rancher, Gunman horse Steve Russ. Learn martial. Hello, character in high heels. Hmm. Yeah, a half pint brain and a 10 gallon hat. Whatever happened, Uncle sick and Mark? Well, it was quite a tragedy. He was hit man at a public function and a platform gave way under him. Unfortunately, had a rope around his neck at the time, and it killed him. Very romantic. I never knew he had Ranch of his own, though. Oh, sure he did. He called it the running. W barge a split? Why? Rocking chair Diamond Star to hash nine effect. How did he ever get all that brand on mon car? Well, the idea was that any critter he bombed. Running loose on the range you could make the brand fit is one way that started with one stair and worked it up to the biggest heard in Montana Begin to see why that platform gave away. He'll Kyle. We sure full of arson, A warranty partner Sure was Gal and proud of it had three sons named them all. Russell old second warhead in quite a ranch runs from the top of Montana down to the Mexican border. You don't say clear across Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico. My gosh, are all those states in between. Why sure, I I thought it seemed an awful long ride back to the bunkhouse. Bunkhouses, right, McGee. You know you have a terrible habit of exaggerating things. Yes, I suppose I have. But there's so little water out there you develop a kind of a dry sense of humour ought to be a joke.
What to Do Before Negotiating Pay
"Everybody's searching how to negotiate a salary it's a big search engine phrase and so that's why we titled it how to negotiate but i want to make this clear. It really isn't a negotiation. We don't see companies. There's no trends. There's no data out there that supports that when you get a job offer now we start this high level or very intentional negotiation process really doesn't work that way. Can there be some back and forth absolutely. But by and large the data shows that most companies they have ranged if not a very specific number that they've attached to a position and so there might be some conversation to how badly they want you And how much flexibility they have there could be multiple pieces of conversation around it. But i'm choosing the word conversation on purpose is that's the way we want you to understand this framework. I'm about to give you a conversation. And i would view it as a conversation. Not negotiation two very different postures. Okay so i'm gonna hit the high level stuff here really quickly and again you can get the detail deep dive. it's only an eight-minute read of the article. How negotiate salary at ken. Coleman dot com number. One you've got to research what you're worth. The operate you weren't here is research not tell somebody. Well i'm worth this. Okay great. how do you know what what are you basing that on. 'cause you're a swell guy you're a fabulous gal. That isn't work. So what does it look like researching what you're worth. Hey you got to look at city. State wh-what salary ranges are in your particular region. You've got to look at your level of experience. You gotta look at your training and background. Do your homework
Causal Models in Practice at Lyft With Sean Taylor
"Shown. Welcome to the podcast. Thanks sam happy to be here. I'm super excited to chat with you. It's been a long time in the works and really looking forward to our conversation. I like to get these interviews. Started by having you share a bit about your background and introduce yourself to our community. How'd you get started working in data science yet thrilled to be here. Always fun to like reminisce about how you ended up where you got. Sometimes when i think about the journey to being data scientist it goes all the way back to like college working on real estate research. The professor to work with a pen and getting into geospatial data there. There's a long process since then. And probably the most pivotal thing was working. In grad school on arch gal experimentation. Markle program was studying is studying to be a social scientists. Study helped people influence their friends online. Really around this era of big data and people getting really interested in the dupin hive running. Large-scale experiments and. I got very lucky and got an internship at facebook thirty year. Old internist is folks this sort of like that movie the interns and i got a great sediments whereas facebook denied goals and anytime box were awesome and taught me everything i needed to know about being data scientist at facebook and then decided to stick around stay so it was a disa- facebook for about seven years and then about two years ago switched over to lift where i started working on marketplace experimentation and other stuff that lifted very different set of problems in the facebook you can trace that journey all the way back twenty years if you want to or maybe just ten but it's still ending up to be a lot of time with this feeling
Interview With General Hospital's Risa Dorken
"Hey hey guys. Thanks for having me. Welcome heartbeat abi here. Happy to chat how in the world. I'm in los angeles in studio city. Oh great i'm a couple miles away from you lovely. I'll shut out the window. Say hi see if you can hear him. Well welcome to the show. Thank you so much for being here. You've been are doc on docket for for a while. So we've been very excited to chat with you. How you doing ball wall and you've been in la this whole time. Where have you been. What's been the last year for you. Yes state in l. a. I debated going home home as minnesota. But i stayed put in l. a. and i was glad i waited it out. Ok midwest gal. I'm from indiana of family up in minnesota. My brother works up there. Wisconsin iowa that whole area love. It was it growing up in minnesota was great. I loved minnesota. it was hard for. I eventually moved to new york so that was a juxtaposition. But i love minnesota and the town girl. I bet it was a quite a culture shock when you moved to new york from minnesota but wings. We're kinda happening. Where were you started to think like okay. This is something that i wanna do. How was it being in minnesota with high school with the community theatres. That did you have anything going on where you were or did you have to just bust out of there. Go go where the work was. Yeah i grew up in the theater. Community in apple's I started doing professional theater around sixth grade so k. Well we've said twenty-six okay that's awesome. Yeah so i started doing singing and dancing and theater around sixth grade Got involved her house in eighth grade butter. I it's fine. that's amazing. okay. I involved at the children's theater of minneapolis and actually i did a production there. Which was why. I ended up. I ended up being so involved in theater in minnesota that i had to go to five years of high school
"The End of the End" of Abortion Rights
"It seems the troubling announcement from the supreme court. This week means we may be close to the end of the end of abortion rights in this country so when the supreme court announced that had had agreed to hear a case involving mississippi abortion ban people freaked out because that case directly challenges roe v wade and we really think it's important that more people have their hair on fire about this. Because this is not a drill so here today to help us better understand the stakes and help us. Wade through this emotional. Rollercoaster is the current sitting president of nero pro-choice america. Welcome back to the show at least hogue. Thanks for having me gals. Thank you so much for being here. You're the first person we wanted to talk to. When we heard that this case was being heard by the court so for those who might not understand. Can you explain how the outcome of the mississippi case will affect the future of roe v. Wade and why does the threat feel more real this time. Yeah i mean so with all the caveats that i am not a lawyer. But i'm surrounded by great ones You know my understanding of the legal elements of this case is that there is no way to uphold them. Mississippi law without overturning roe. So that is it's basically your thumbs up thumbs down vote on roe v wade You know. I think that part of what's happening here is people are i mean i know. All's speaking my eyes state and says i've been taught i'm grappling with the fact that you know we're sort of. We did everything that we could possibly do in terms of light slipping the senate and like getting the house back and getting rid of you know donald trump and we're really left with the stark reminder that his legacy is this court and that in fact the extreme forces including and especially anti-choice forces that put him in office got what they wanted and they have every ability to follow through with ending as you said legal abortion rates him. And we're really careful to say it that way because you don't end abortion as we know trio You just end abortion rights and put it out of reach trim some people and make it a lot more dangerous for
Board of Supervisors Names William Tate IV as LSU President
"Of the most interesting stories. concerns the lsu presidential search as well as the current president south carolina. And you're saying to yourself. What does that have to do with anything. Well certainly the president At lsu is critical because of all the problems they have down there and it was just a week ago. When william tate was named as the new president he Had headed over from the university of south carolina. But as they say hold on a second We may not be done with this story yet. Andrea gal who was brooks could be an has done what will certainly be Award winning investigative reporting on all the issues in that athletic department in andrea joins us Right now andrew first of all. Thanks for being here. it's It's great to have you on the show again. Good afternoon afternoon. So i think everyone was really excited last week. It looked like after a A winter of discontent. Maybe lsu had gotten it right With the hiring So that was last week though. And as you know living in baton rouge in louisiana later as a year ago when when you're watching the match nations of political worlds unfold. Let's pick up the story From that moment. And then we switch over to south carolina where we talked about The issues with bob kesling earlier with josh kendall is does does lsu avenue does it dissolves. You have a president or is he going to go back to south carolina. Well that's a great question. So the chairman of lsu's board of supervisors says that as of yesterday. He spoke to william tate. Who is the the south carolina. Provos who president and Lsu's board chairman says that provost tate assured him yesterday that he is committed to lsu and that he will be coming to lsu. And he's supposed to start. I believe july first or july second
The Story of Audioburst
"Today. We're gonna talk about the rise of audio and ai in the combination of the tune. What that's gonna mean for not only our industry. But for i think more broadly for for tech in society because there's significant cultural elements here so my guest today or go klein and amir hershey were the co founders of audio burst. And what i thought i would do is maybe you could give a quick overview of what audio burst is how things got started and what you do in the market so i wanted to say hi to the team the join listen to us some of the faces familiar to me and others. That don't know me. I'm a mirrors founder. Other birds the like a the means to me I think the story of body verse should be maybe five years ago when we founded the company being huge. All your fans me personally. More on the radio sides in the us weren't as popular as they are today. Gossiping was faster than me to adopt to pretty much any of the medium available out there. We felt that everything we wanted to know and eager is available in exists in the audio world. But he was extremely hard to find. It was extremely to enjoy and from that challenge for the offers which is a big company. Were in a i. Face the engine that we've developed valuable product. Describe it into but later But we used. Our capabilities are know how allen jr to build an engine to make all your acceptable to understand what is being spoken with the spoken word audio which cheap acknowledgee up to that point warlords. The blind spot nause understanding of this thing would exist within the company and using our capabilities. Fine fine Become too we were looking for on one hand and help the concentrate us find the listeners and the us they wanted so in essence we built an ai engine with the mission the past to connect users and listeners to the company that they're looking for that will inform them entice them meant obtain them In the easiest fastest rich endless way possible.
Interview With Audioburst Co-Founders Amir Hirsh and Gal Klein
"Today. We're gonna talk about the rise of audio and ai in the combination of the tune. What that's gonna mean for not only our industry. But for i think more broadly for for tech in society because there's significant cultural elements here so my guest today or go klein and amir hershey were the co founders of audio burst. And what i thought i would do is maybe you could give a quick overview of what audio burst is how things got started and what you do in the market so i wanted to say hi to the team the join listen to us some of the faces familiar to me and others. That don't know me. I'm a mirrors founder. Other birds the like a the means to me I think the story of body verse should be maybe five years ago when we founded the company being huge. All your fans me personally. More on the radio sides in the us weren't as popular as they are today. Gossiping was faster than me to adopt to pretty much any of the medium available out there. We felt that everything we wanted to know and eager is available in exists in the audio world. But he was extremely hard to find. It was extremely to enjoy and from that challenge for the offers which is a big company. Were in a i. Face the engine that we've developed valuable product. Describe it into but later But we used. Our capabilities are know how allen jr to build an engine to make all your acceptable to understand what is being spoken with the spoken word audio which cheap acknowledgee up to that point warlords. The blind spot nause understanding of this thing would exist within the company and using our capabilities. Fine fine Become too we were looking for on one hand and help the concentrate us find the listeners and the us they wanted
How can we Protect Indigenous Women
"Is very real and indian country the most quoted report that we've all heard over and over and over again is the one in three which is one in three native women will be raped in her lifetime. And that statement. That i've been hearing for a really long time. We've all been hearing it for a long. Time is from the nineteen ninety eight department of justice report which looks at the national violence against women survey But the truth is it's been discussed by everybody right like the new york times. The washington post even obama when he was president he quoted that one in three survey and he said that it's an assault on our national conscience. It's an affront to our shared humanity. It's something that we cannot allow to continue. But you know that. Data's twenty five years. Old and new doctor. Dr dez being a survey gal. Maybe you can explain to us how that's a problem. And what some of the new information says. yeah. I mean we know the date are old right and yet it continues to be quoted and it continues to be used in in media in policy and the problem is that there hasn't been another report done by the federal government on this scale ever since it literally took to indigenous women to create a new report in two thousand eighteen. This was the urban indian health institute and the sovereign bodies institute who came together to create a new report with data that had to be obtained through the freedom of information act so federal government isn't just giving these data over to indigenous people in our advocates and allies. We actually have to go through a petition to get these data to be able to use them And so that's you know the fact that the there isn't transparency or accountability in the data that are being collected about our people is a huge problem. and so this this two thousand eighteen report was
The GalSafe Pig and Xenotransplantation
"Welcome to the podcast john. Thank you dr. Fold the. I really appreciate having you on. I had a great conversation with dr wilson last week. And i'm excited to talk to you about a more about how to solve the problem so i started tapping into what alpha gal syndrome was. But could you give us more of a background on. What exactly is this. That you've solved so on. Alpha gal syndrome is a condition where individuals end up with an elevated level of anti gal iggy e immunoglobulin e is significant. Because it's responsible for nfl access nfl lactic reactions and Folks get sent sensitized by the bite of tech It's been well described in the literature that the the lone star tick in the southeastern united states is the the tick responsible. But there are ticks. All over the world that causes the same thing. What are the symptoms. That people can expect in the range. It can be from very simple to very dangerous. But kennedy permanent yes. I have spoken to Patients alpha gal syndrome patients who have had the condition for well over ten years. There's an article that i read from a norwegian journal. Where a kid. At the age of eight reported that he had been a bit by tick And he couldn't eat made for decades and then in his seventies he went to have surgery done and had a severe anticlimactic lactic reaction after a mammalian surgical product was introduced. So yes for some some people. It can the persistence of the alpha. Gal i e can last for a long time and lasts. Dr wilson said any kind of tick challenge will re elevate those levels if they are beginning to decline
"gal" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast
"Twenty thousand. We're not sure how many thousands of cases in the us of bona fide alpha gal syndrome people who have delayed allergic reactions. red meat. Which i should say. I don't think i mentioned before. Alpha guys a little unusual in the The symptoms are usually delayed before the onset with separates it from a lot of other food allergies. So it's not terribly common but it's not uncommon. We've also been interested to look at the prevalence of people of doing population based studies just surveying Who has the allergic antibody in their blood. And so there will be some people who actually have some evidence of allergic antibody but don't necessarily manifest over symptoms but for that number we see upwards of twenty percent of the population In parts of the southeast including where we are in virginia north carolina tennissee places like that. So maybe up to one in five. Have some risk not saying that one in five have over alpha gal syndrome But but some risk for it and the other interesting epidemiological question is that this is a rather recent phenomenon. As you've mentioned that release was recently recognized in. Why do you think that this is something that we didn't have in the fifties sixties seventies or nineties for that matter. Yeah but it's a great question. I think it's on one hand. It's possible that ticks are a bigger problem than they used to be in so if tick bites are really emerging in a way that they didn't use to be a problem. That could partly explain it. My personal bias is that alpha gal syndrome has been with us for a long time in essentially just hasn't been recognized Again it's important to realize that alpha gal break some of the normal rules of allergy supposed to work. Most food allergies happened. really fast. Your kid with a peanut allergy and you eat a peanut get symptoms really quick alpha. Gal can have this delay of going out three five six seven hours in. It can make it really hard for a patient or a provider. Or even an allergist to just immediately connect the dots and say. I think he's allergic symptoms. That you're having three in the morning was the state you had for dinner. That was hard. That's a hard leap to make. It's it's broken a lot of the rules in allergy. And i would say the other thing which is Physicians are pretty good at diagnosing things when we hear clinical history in we have test but until you have a test Sometimes we're not so good at making sense of things in so it wasn't until the alpha. Gal i g e test came about in about two thousand ten. I think really that was a game changer. Yes so once you're trying to once you have a means to detect you start to find it correct. Well i guess the other the just if you pardon the conspiratorial thinking you know the age of cova you got at least think about it. You know bill gates was a big investor and beyond foods right and maybe they planted the text. I don't know if you do get this And say you know you're unfortunately stricken with the sensitivity and have a really penetrating k. stat that very strong reactions. What's the best therapy and the long term prognosis of someone with that allergy again. prognosis varies in terms of growing. Out of it or not growing out of it in a lot of it's case by case scenario The fundamentally it becomes a mad at least at the moment it's a matter of diet and education and so it's talking with patient about what alpha gal syndrome is why it's happened and how tailoring their diet for the most part is gonna do the things that we need to do so if we can if you stay away from beef and pork in some cases dairy not all patients actually need to avoid dairy. In some cases gelatin model patients need to avoid gelatin so the big thing is tailoring diet and then it out over time. I've increasingly counseling. My patients On the importance of avoiding more tick bites because that's actually part of the management plan. If you want to increase the odds of growing out there is a chance going forward that there could be Some medications or immune modulating therapies. That are available that that might might help patients In you know said weighing into your guest next week The new thing that is just becoming available Is the possibility of of eating pork. That's been genetically modified so it doesn't express alpha gal and this is a brand new development in. It's it's gonna be an exciting probable game changer. In my clinic. Thank you for not making me half the teas that i mean. I'm that was really. It's where we're going next week so now that we've talked about the problem. We're talking about the solution. So what can you tell us a little bit more about that one. I mean it's it's basically pigs that have been engineered not to produce this enzyme unit or this This article sacrified. You know is there any. Are they just normal pigs. That don't evoke this response. I should let the experts answer the question. But it's a these. These are pigs that are otherwise normal. Pigs with the caveat that the enzyme with is responsible for synthesizing the sugar and so again our sugars galactic alpha one. Three lactose in. There's a specific enzyme called an alpha one three galactosyl transferase and so by modifying that enzyme in the pig. In rendering it dysfunctional. You've made a pig. That's otherwise normal. It just doesn't express the sugar so in many ways it from an alpha perspective it's been humanized And that is to say that that humans higher primates. We actually also have the enzyme in our genome to encode. The sugar is just via evolution. It's undergone a series of mutations in it's been rendered dysfunctional so we're still mammals were connected to our mammalian lineage. We have the enzyme. It just doesn't work anymore in by analogy That's what the that's what this group has been able to do with. The pig is that they specifically targeted the enzyme no enzyme. No sugar awesome so join us next week for some Hot alagoas sackler. I talk about the genetic engineering step to eliminate. This is so this really appreciate you coming today. So dr jeffrey wilson. Thank you so much for joining me in Talking and introducing this really interesting op. Thank you dr fault. I appreciate you having me. And so we'll continue the story next week and talk about the specific genetic engineering solution that hopes to solve this problem for people.
"gal" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast
"Tick that does the transmission so where we are in the united states we think by far and away the dominant vector if you will not quite the right terminology but sometimes they use vector to describe the mechanism for sensitization. It's the lone star tick so it's ambalema americano in that that fits many things that fits when our patients tell us it fits some emerging data that you can actually find the sugar expressed in the saliva of the lone star tick in. It really fits the map that we and others have been doing to figure out where alpha gal syndrome exists in the united states in those areas that really have endemic lone star. Ticks are the same areas that really have alphaville problem It's it is possible in. We suspect that. A small number of cases in the us caused by other ticks or possibly even other echo parasites for example chiggers. We don't think that that's the common way it happens. But it probably can in a small number of cases in part of this whole thing getting also a extrapolating outside the us Where alpha gal is a problem. It's highly associated with take fights and little star doesn't exist outside of north america suing know that there's other ticks. That can be good at doing it. And for example in europe there's a tick called exudes richness that we think that that's a major factor in australia. There's one call exudes whole cyclists. Okay so thing. That doesn't make sense to me as you mentioned that. This is a The alpha gal alexander. I'd is in its saliva and that this isn't deuces the immune response but if this is also something that decorates cells muscle cells or lipids in animal products. Why don't we have a normal response to that yet. So so it it gets to what i think is a really cool part of the story. Which is you know. The majority of us can eat. Mammalian prod can eat beef and pork dairy and not have any problems. We tolerate it and so we don't have allergic community and by allergic community mostly means we're not making that i g e allergic antibody that recognizes the sugar part of the the really interesting part of the story though is we we. Actually all of us make antibodies that recognize alpha. Gal is just not the allergic flavor of antibody. so it's g g g. m. g. a. In those antibodies in some could argue that they're what we call natural antibodies. They they may actually have some anti inflammatory activity Sir the long story short. Is that most of us. Basically everybody makes antibodies recognize alpha gal in we can exist in a state of tolerance and we can consume a beef and pork and define. It's the subset of people who get exposed to ticks where you get an immune switch in so you drive this essentially a pro inflammatory allergic immune response where you elicit the i g e allergic antibody and then it's these people where you get the problem in at the end of the day going back to the beginning of your question it speaks to. There's something really interesting Important about ticks and tick bites it probably a little bit of it may have to do with the fact that ticks come through the skin and the skin seems to be a good place to elicit allergic immunity. But i also think it's telling us that there's something very interesting about tick saliva in it. Has it probably has very good intrinsic.
"gal" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast
"Medicine with an emphasis on biotechnology. And the good things we can do for people and the planet. I names kevin volta emma. Professor i'm podcast and really concerned about our understanding of biotechnology as it can solve problems in everyday life. And here's the problem that you don't want to camp alpha gal sensitivity now. What does that mean. Some of. You have heard about this. Npr maybe other sources. But it's a very unusual reaction that occurs to eating meat and we'll talk about why it happens next week. We'll talk about a biotechnology solution. But it's such an interesting problem that i really wanted to talk to an expert. I just a frame what it is that the biotechnology is trying to solve so today. We're going to talk with dr jeffrey wilson. He's an assistant. Professor in the department of medicine allergy asthma and immunology at uva health in charlottesville virginia. So welcome to the podcast. Dr wilson. Thank you dr full. Get to be here. Thank you for having me on. This is really great. I i heard about this before. And when we saw the innovations coming out and biotechnology around pigs. I started to rekindle a little interest in alpha gal syndrome. So the big question right off the top. What is alpha gal syndrome. If that that is the question. And i could spend twenty or thirty minutes just going at that but to try to start with a nutshell so so alpha gal syndrome. It's an allergic disorder. It occurs in individuals who make an allergic immune response to nago sack ride in. We call that elegance acura. Alfa gal in is short for galactosyl alpha one three d lactose it is important to realize that there are other shorthand gals out there in the biomedical community soup but when we say off now it's gal galactosyl alpha one three glatt does in. It's it's interesting because it's only really been described that the syndrome for a little over ten years and it was really i described as a small cluster of cases in the southeastern us but over the last ten fifteen years we now recognize. It affects quite a large number of folks in the eastern united states In parts of midwest but also people who live in parts of europe asia. Australia and africa In getting a little bit more. What is so so alpha gal. It is a sugar. It's expressed in the muscle and secretions of non primate mammals. And so if you're a person for whatever reason you start to make the g. e. allergic antibody that recognizes alpha gal. You're at risk for having allergic reactions. If you consume mammalian meat dairy or maybe some other products that are made or come from mammals. Okay so this is just an allegory sack so just basically just a linkage between two doses is very simple molecule right. Yeah so someone argue that when we talk about africa we should be talking about a sh- rice accurate but we know the antibodies mostly recognized. The terminal to galactosyl is with our shorthand. We've referred to collectors. Alpha one three does. But it's exactly that's to lactose is with that specific alpha one three linkage in. We know if if you look. In the the non priam primate mammals. The alpha gal ends up linked to proteins. But also to lipids and so it's still evolving story is that relevant to understanding the allergy Whether it's on a protein early did okay so so if you have sensitivity to this. What kind of symptoms of someone experience when they go have a hamburger. The most commonly recognised manifestations of alpha gal or a really fairly classic for allergic reactions in general ensued. Big ones are are people who break out in hives diffuse it oftentimes multiple parts of their body. there can be respiratory component there can be gi symptoms. Oftentimes people talk about gi. Cramping and sometimes if you had it all up we call it. Nfl axis in fairly. It can be severe and people can end up in the emergency room. Or or sometimes in icu. Use that's not that that's not the average alpha gal case but but severe cases do happen while so it. It means that you can't eat any kind of You can't eat meat. Basically unless you could eat a primate primates around the table and fish can be on the table. I guess so if you have the sensitivity. Is it permanent. The that's a good question and for some people it seems to be fairly durable For others it goes away. But i think to really get at that question. You do need to ask the next question which is why do people become sensitive in the first place. Yeah the short answer is at least where we live as tick bites in so tick bites lead to the initial sensitivity in we also think Whether you continue to get kicked by his important risk modifier for whether you continue to be sensitive and so we did a study where we took people with this syndrome in we followed in which is basically figured out where people having interval tick bites or not and those who denied interval tick bites. Were much much more likely to have a drop in the allergic. Antibodies to the sugar than those folks who told us that no have continued to have tick bites so so we think that tick is an important modifier but we recognize. There's there's other parts of this talk to fire current standing. So what kind of tick is this guy. Climb disease is a very specific. Is there a specific.
Shiva Baby Offers a Refreshing Twist on the Coming-of-Age Story
"Morgan. Roberts is with us to talk about shiva baby and morgan. How's it going. It's going how are you today. i'm all right. This is actually. I should say all right. The wrong word us. Because i am kind of a bit of a mess from dealing with my parents today. So it's kind of perfect for this particular movie and it hasn't been quite a day. But i i'm happy to talk about this great movie though so It's it's already have. Yeah anytime that we can talk about ship baby. I think is a good thing absolutely absolutely well. This is your first time on this. Show what do you tell people a little bit about you and what you do well. My side hustle is that i write for few film sites. I for in their own league. A film academy and shuffle online. And then i recently started a podcast called on cinema gals project where Me and my friend charles. Just basically gab about movies and people who make them and It's very chaotic because we realized that we are both chaotic. leo's After we recently did an episode about the most chaotically which is jennifer lawrence so yeah cinema gals is on twitter and were also very chaotic over there. So beautiful yeah. I guess it's good to identify your niche. You know so. That's that absolutely so. Yeah shiva baby. This is a movie that i been looking forward to for a while. Is this one that had been on your radar for a while. I know it kinda got. Its first premiers last year. Yeah i remember. I think it was at south by southwest net. It premiered an. I was seeing a lot of really positive reviews about it and It does also have bali. Gordon who i think is kind of like a hidden character actress. Sure and After her tiny but very fun role in book smart. I was like oh. I'm excited to see her other film. That might be
How To Navigate Food and Diet Culture With Your Kids
"Today my guess is brought. Hawk cop stick. She is a registered dietitian specializing in adolescent nutrition. Practicing with the non diet approach. She helps parents feel calm and confident about raising tweens and teens to have a positive relationship with food and their bodies supportive and collaborative virtual counseling brought hot educates parents to raise adolescents. A good relationship with food. Free of shame and guilt are at walkman. Thanks so much for joining us today. Eight gal here. Yes so. I found you on instagram. And i'm so glad. I did because i appreciate the videos and the stories That you post. And i also read the job and also read The story that you shared on your website about your journey with food Would you mind sharing that story with our listeners. Yeah share so it's Actually my experience growing up was pretty normal. You know my parents. My family is access to a lot of food. And they provided us with a variety of healthy and what we all not so healthy food And we had pretty regular access taller that And then as i went through puberty and started gaining weight There was a lot of outside noise from family and friends from encouraging. Dieting All the time that i was really fortunate enough that my parents did not encourage me to go on a diet and it did allow me to have that same access to the food that i had had previous to my weight gain and i think that was really beneficial in helping me to develop that really good relationship with food
"Comedy Team Magic" Interview & Set with Mack & Jamie Show #58 - burst 02
"Nobody new music like him and having a hard rock station to work on. That must have been fun for you. Jamie in having that i met mack started working together and key. West are the comic strip from new york opened a annex club in fort lauderdale and they would bring down four comedian new york every week before lauderdale and have them perform in that club and we got windows but through a gal who used to living key west but went up there and was a waitress at the club and she called us and said hey you guys are as funny as any of these guys and you should come up work at this club and we were so freak out. We worked with paul reiser. We work with dennis. Wolfer with sindbad. Jerry seinfeld betty murderer cara leader and murphy. All these people would come down to the fort. Lauderdale club four to turn and we would drive up. Every week was a five hour drive. And we drive up to the weekend shows. And we got so that we were regulators there and so we got to know. These people and rick overton All these great comics. I should go to new york so did you.
Diversity And Inclusion In Digital Marketing
"Okay. Welcome back to the agency ahead. Podcast by trajectory your scared sussman the head. Mark nieto trajectory. I am really excited. We are talking about one of the major topics that that is an ongoing issue in our industry. Which is diversity inclusion like for people who are getting into our industry marketing advertising as well as getting a seat at the executive table. I am joined by two brilliant women Rejoice a jock. who who is the global. Seo account manager at neo media world and will amina davis who is a search engine optimization specialists at reload digital where she just started and both of them are co founders of be digital which is a social platform to really just continue to have this conversation around diversity and inclusion and helping people of color and anyone who is kind of on the outside in how they can get involved with our industry feel safe improve the conversations improve you know just the production and what people are doing. Thank you ladies so much for joining me today. Thank you for having us. I think he this is cool. So this is one of the few interviews that i'm doing with two different guests. But you ladies have a chemistry i wanna know about digital. Tell me kind of what it is. Where did it come from. What are your goals with with your organization the movement. So we've been keiser. We basically i think we me with amina went to the women in tech. Seo conference and we do love that know this problem for women s year in general. But then when we were there. We like to seen as blackie d. You saw that is whether you're the president of the room to an agency michaels. Our there's no law black people here or black women and then i think we're just sitting on just. We should have something. That is promoting black. Pete who are all. I'm full black people to talk about an marketing advertising in general and thus be digital was a both of so we didn't wanna make exclusive. She just wanted to branch out to many different Channels within digital marketing and then we kind of decided what we call the scheme. I think it took us a day so this is what we want. This is how it and then we decided let's create campos. Let's create all of these things and known and i. I don't think we had a concrete crime. I think we like. We just wanna paste haven day information but it picks up so quickly and i remember we'd like we'd the quarterback. Now let's go and we just like we're gonna be we're going to. We're gonna do it and we kind of just us how this was really full. It was just t black gals who just once he goes. A space will other black people to be educated. Inspired and showcase telling shelf mocked into this amazing thing that is now part of this divesting inclusion compensation. That is awesome you know. What are you guys doing. So what how. Are you having these conversations. Where are you having these conversations. And and what are you doing with this momentum so having these conversations across all platforms Jay said let we started. We had no idea we just knew. We had a message and use voices. We had no idea when reach so. We just steidl like instagram Instagram feeds is on twitter and then asking trump house and then Can have this wet platform so all our platforms have been with him every time of presented a new place. When i yes let us spread this message nutshell. We're trying to do. let us know. Let people know that we want to create the space for black people. We once leitner. There's tuesday to help you grow that. You know people like you exist. They are bad. Because that's very important for us. I think is very lucky. I get to say that. I get to grow alongside digital because everything doing i'm still there. I literally started when i start to be digital About four months. So i was very new so just need says. I didn't have anywhere else to go to lender by s year. I didn't know anybody else who acts so. I want people who just let me to have that. I want them to have confidence by the new job. When you're moving even To the clubhouse on house again new jobs so i feel like i'm greg just alongside the digital said kind of like the first hand experience in space to we're trying to de
Once Again, Brad Stevens Says He's Still Committed to Coaching Boston Celtics, Not Indiana
"Just getting exhausting to talk about this team right now wage and you know, I don't want to get into hyperbole right off the gate right out of the gate Rod, but I think this is going to go down as the as the Brad Stevens is staying game because just took the stage on this game all of the buzz around Brad Stevens and I you and if he's going or not and he's like no. I love you and I love you Boston, and I'm still at home and I watch Here forever and I'm a masshole and this is my number one. And what are the players do they come out and drop 45 points in the first half standing around? No energy. You got Mike Bachman the most mild-mannered person on the planet like these guys sucks gal, you know, like it's it's they did that again and what happens? Okay, great spirited run in the third quarter. We've seen that often, but when you play crap the whole first half make it close for a little bit. Your margin for error is zero and what you got a team that can't open and a team that oh my God, what a disaster closing that game was. I mean just a nightmare game on what seemed like a total cupcake layup when opportunity.
Interview with Johnny Ball - Forget Me Knot Charity
"So. I read on your website that the alzheimer's society which is pretty much the mirror. Image of the alzheimer's association here in the states found that ninety percent caregivers experienced feelings of stress and anxiety weekly more like daily probably at least sixty percent of them struggle to talk about the impact of caregiving on their lives because of feelings of guilt. It's like. I can't complain about what. I'm going through because my loved. One has a tea or alzheimer's or whatever and so how can caregivers balance their needs and the needs of their loved. Ones in your opinion like know have we. Have you thought that one through as you launch charity. I think the as mansell. How things i i think the fittest into that. It's okay to feel the way you feel. I think a lot of as you just explained guilt and extreme sense of duty and which means the facebook does because the caring for fest often before themselves. That i think is important for the mental health of the unification which ben immediately impacts the wellbeing of the patient. They need to care for themselves as well. A member. the average duty of air to themselves as much as they have achieved care to the person benefitting asta and i think inaccessible and really letting mass inside. You know that that's true. I'm giving yourself giving his a brain give yourself the option to feel how you feel and to Except that you need to care about yourself. As well is the vista But also will be trying to do is using technology to support give keg. It's and a big audubon is gonna be a mental health technology so for example of mental health apps identity being used recently going to help with distribution bags. A lot of k gives also busy. just hanso. faux would they would is essentially a fulltime job. The have undergone find that you and i knew mental health apps imitation Love people appear gives won't have time to the studies. Things is important. We proactive in exclaiming walls amphion to help whether they are specialist tools. Okay games on. Otherwise i'm helping distribute them so that people off themselves as well as often careful. Yeah like. I've experienced a little bit today. You have the best laid plans for you know you got you to the list for the day and then you get up at breakfast time. Something blows up your morning. Pretty much caregiving goes. You know you think okay. Well i'll take my mom to the doctor or we'll go to the park or whatever and then you know they have a different idea or they're having a bad day and i do think that as my generation in you you must be a must be one of the old millennials. Right tracy four identified makes me millennials. Yeah you're in the middle. So i'm gen-x i'll be when this episode comes out. I'll be fifty four. I got a birthday at a week. I think yes a week. And it's like irrelevant is about this time and one of the things that i have found with a podcast which obviously is technology. Is that a lot of caregivers. They're older and they're just clueless. Even run across people that are about my age. There was a gal my the showed up. She needed a support group like now today and so she showed up his back in the old days. When you could meet in person. She showed up to my support group from twenty miles away from my old hometown. And i said oh. I've got the perfect solution for you. My podcast and i'm china's show her and of course. I have an iphone and android phone. So i was having troubles because i'm not familiar with that. And she has. Oh do those things anyway. And i'm like it would really help you because i talked to lake fantastic people and she just blew me off like whatever i. I don't have time to think about a podcast mike. It's the easiest way to get advice and information so i'm hoping as we you know. Move through my generation your generation that it won't be sent a challenge to use technology to support our caregiving needs and is your focus with the charity mostly on mental health apps no not specifically but focuses on technology. I saw the empty We can distribute technology broadly cheaply and it also is ideas. My day job. This is my specialty network can understand how whips we can for. Relatively low costs distributed. Old bills will put k gives in touch with the right technology. That's going to help them. So the impact probably won't be as great as for example to support group but the impact can be brewed. Sir podcast princeton's what you mappin fantastic you all of this information or these impact trees from his love of people. Don't know about the concept you're describing. I think we push push the different types of boulder available essentially build towns. You just saw people. I should have a fax. You know how did you decide. Well tell me about okay. Well we've talked kind. Roundabout it into the forget me not charity. Tell me tell me about what you're doing to raise awareness and hopefully raise money to get all this fantastic stuff happening so. The game plan is actually road from portugal and europe and contents of europe to french guiana. Which is in sacramento. So we're gonna grow across the atlantic ocean. Agony essentially almost three thousand eight hundred miles and be three of us in the boats. We will beat a fist people. Whoever this particular passage we hope to break the record for being the fastest revenue which should be a fifty days so the pippa says two of the raised fist. Nine of capital will not to be phones onto defense Yes that's the game
Senate holds longest vote in history
"End the senate they have been trying to pass the covid relief bill earlier in the day you might have seen headlines about the fact that the senate took a vote on senator bernie. Sanders is proposal to raise the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. Now that failed all republicans voted against it and incredibly democrats voted against it as well news in its own right but after that they started arguing in the senate amongst themselves. They all started arguing with joe mansion about unemployment benefits and the covert relief. Bill and they argued over that for nine hours ultimately landed somewhere which is very very close to where they started but they had nine hours of fighting about it turns out in that time they never technically gal shut the vote on bernie sanders is minimum wage thing which means accidentally we just had the official longest vote in senate history by mistake for nine hours for no reason. Congratulations as for the pint. Final passage of this bill. We'd been expecting it sometime this weekend with this pointless nine hour delay. It's unclear when we're going to see this thing getting past but watch this space.
Are New York CIty Restaurant Customers Ready for Indoor Dining Again?
"Owners preparing for the first weekend with indoor dining permitted in many regions around the state with indoor seating. Now an option for everybody. There is anticipation for a lot of customers. Someone who spoke with Martin, My gal in the owner of Dovetail Joint Restaurant in Richland. There in the Tri Cities area. They're already seeing ah busier experience and factor hiring because they are just getting so busy. They're excited for the phase Two announcement in that area. Many restaurants and cafes are excited to be able now to bring people out of the weather reintroduced the fund of dining experience, actually giving you a menu, actually having a server arrive with a smile and just a wonderful experience enjoy federal
Supreme Glamour, an Interview with Mary Wilson
"Verse seven billion people in the world. We all have one thing in common every day. We all get dressed. Welcome to trust the history of fashion. A podcast where. We explore the who. What when of why we wear. We are fashion stories and your hosts abra callahan and cassidy. Zachary dresses thurs. I know that you will join april. And i when we say that we were both very sad to hear about the fact that miss mary wilson passed away last week at the age of seventy six years old. Yes i was a little heartbroken. I texted you right away. And i was like. Oh so of course miss. Mary was a founding member of the iconic american singing group. The supremes she was there at the beginning of the group in the nineteen fifties and was the last original member in the group when it officially disbanded in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven and she went on to a career as a solo performer motivational speaker author and perhaps unsuspecting archivist. Yes because miss. Mary took it upon herself to preserve the supreme sartorial legacy and her collection of the group's stunning performance ensemble served as the foundation of her two thousand nineteen book co authored with mark. Bego supreme glamour and april. I mean we feel so. Honored chose celebrated fulling episode of dressed with miss mary herself. She came on last season of course to share with us her incredible stories behind the supremes singular style she truly was an inspiring and wonderful woman whose legacy will undoubtedly live on for generations to come. Thank you for joining us stress listeners. In this listen back at our time with the one. The only miss mary wilson. We are super excited to have miss. Mary wilson with us today miss mary. Welcome to dressed. Thank you so much. And i'm glad to be with you. Yeah of this is truly an honor to have you here today. And i have to say i have not been this excited about a book in a very long time. I've i've read a lot of fashion history books and this one is is so beautifully written. It's so beautifully illustrated so many stories so much love and friendship and of course there's so much fashion in this book. It's such a beautiful mosh to your time in the supremes and the clothing. That was part in parcel to that experience. So i'm curious. What inspired you to write this wonderful book. Wow well it was fairly easy. Because i had already written books about the supreme so therefore you know it was one of the things will. My research was not as it didn't take as long because i had so much research from the other books. And you know writing about the supremes and our biography and and talking about how much we had accomplished and our career was a pleasure to actually sit down now and do something not just write about the book but do show pictures and and and the looks and what was behind the singing which was more fashion so it was really a lot of fun. Sort of demonstrating what we did in not just on recording and the music but how we look at how he felt when we were certain count and so was all about the gallons per gallon down to just like we were onto all those years and many of them are in your personal collection cracked. Have i think in the book. There's over twenty four sets of matching onstage on sambas so not just one of the dresses but all three of the dresses. How did you go about comprising this collection. Well First of all we supreme florence ballard diana ross and i would always travel and when we came home from the road we'd have to store the gown and then of course by new gowns or designers with bring us new gowns and some of the old account that we made perhaps worn on television We went to store them. And they accumulated who Throughout all the years right And as you know florence was no longer mcgrew. Diane was no longer in the group. And then we had the seventies supremes And i became sort of like the keeper of of everything and the manager of the trains and all those different things. So i accumulated the gown because of that and whenever anyone would leave As you know a couple of them. Did i ended up with all these counts because no one can take the guy. No one can take the gal with them. You know we the supremes as a group paid for them. And that's how. I ended up with the majority of the gals. Now all other gallons should be in my possession but The reason that i can't tell you how many i have is because many have been not just lost and i won't say stolen you know things have just disappeared. And then some of the places we have them stored you know. I don't i couldn't figure out where everything was stored inside. All these years asked the supreme i have just been Trying to recover those downs that are not in my collection but it really is my collection. Because as i said when i left everything was left to me also should say that even though they were left to me and i had bare instead of three Sometimes i ended up with just one but all three gowns were overset were supposedly with me.
"gal" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Met and really started to talk about the characters in the script and life and we all move their families to london for each month or year. Whatever so we it changed. Like i'm a big in the you know in the process because they think that the process has be you know it has to be it just it just you gotta make the best out of it and you can only make the best out of it when you have good partners around you. And she is an amazing partner in an amazing friend and a great generous scene partner so she made this whole experience super special for me again without giving away too much. People may be surprised pleasantly surprised in the way they see kristen. Leave it at that. So what what made her the right person for this part for you in patty all the characters that she portray are very complex even the know the funny ones from snl skits shoes just a very intelligent and like emotional performer. she can. she has the whole range And for barbara. We knew we gotta have someone that can go from insecure shy quirky to like the most sex seem vicious billon and she totally name it nailed. It isn't a cool gal to be in a position just the way. You're talking about this movie. Is you as a producer. Your friend patty as the director. You got to make all these decisions. I mean that's real power in hollywood when you say that i couldn't be more grateful. I gotta say that even in the first movie. Patty was always empowering me. I was always part of the process. I was i was involved in in many many things. So we're in the hands of the producer this time around was just more empowering and more educating and it was an amazing experience i mean getting to work with people like chuck rovan. Who's like the mayor of ultra doux served in hollywood. That so many amazing movies is it's it's great. Yeah do you wanna push it too far along. We're still in this. But do you see chapter for diana as we look ahead of you and patty chapter. We always talk about it. And and i would love to to work with you know check and patty and are amazing cast and crew But you know now. The world had changed so much. Who knows what's going to happen. I would love for to have another chapter for for wonder woman but time will tell. Do you feel like the movie. Business is changing maybe involuntarily because of this pandemic in other words you might have your movies go straight to. Hbo max or straight to net flix or whatever the outlet is is that sort of the new world that we're looking at. I think the pandemic definitely accelerated where the streamers were heading any way. But i think with movie like you you can never know. We shot the movie on film. For amex huns zimmer composed the entire score of the movie This movie was meant to be seen on the biggest. Biggest screen.
"gal" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Gadot your girls. You're obviously pregnant. We talked about this last time too when he shot the i wonder woman movie you talked about using the shield sometimes to cover Your belly Now you have two beautiful girls who are aware that their mom is wonder woman. Have they seen the movie. And if so what do they think. Alma mater saw the first movie. We have two girls my age. Three and as nine. Emma watched the first movie only. She's very much looking forward to see the next one. Maya didn't watch anything just yesterday. I showed her trailer And she was like she was looking at the computer and then she was looking back at me and she said you could fly fly. Now go and explain a three year old girl. Betty faria in the movies. I was hundred to it. Thanks so yeah. My is still too young to watch movie but you will and are they aware of your sort of role as wonder woman that people know you and recognize that and look up to you. Is that or you kind of kept them insulated from all that now. It's kind of impossible to keep them. You know in a bubble from that. They're aware and they they appreciate it as much as one could when you're a kid But at the end of the day they're my daughters. And i'm there emma. You know it's like it's not about that. They're proud and it makes them happy to say that you know But but nothing more than that so much has changed in your life obviously since that first movie because of that first movie in the success but it was more than boxoffice it was representation and you're being role model and having that strong women central character. How would you say your life has been changed by wonder woman. It changed a lot. i think. Mostly by the -tunities that i get the offers that against for roles and the fact that i'm a household name and all of that The basic things they didn't change I think because. I'm so grounded and a mother and a wife and and even when a work the glory and the fame is just like is just a side effect. I'm not focusing that at all. So i'm just like focus on on unknown.
"gal" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Now. I can't movie okay. Fair enough dramatic pause. I wasn't going to get that got it. Hey guys thanks for listening to the sunday. Sit down podcast. Stick around to hear more from gal gadot right after the break. We get support from liquid. Iv it's the holiday season. And i don't know about you. But i'm looking forward to having a few adult beverages and celebrating the fact that twenty twenty is over. Thanks to liquid. I v recovery after night of indulging. A little too much isn't quite so rough. Liquid ivy is the fastest most efficient way to stay hydrated every serving. Hydrate you two to three times faster and more efficiently than water alone. Liquid ivy tastes. amazing..
"gal" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
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"gal" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"Yeah but listen. I appreciate having you give everybody Let everybody know to find you and where everybody can plug you in allah. Put all the links down below in the comments So daniel harris dot com is my website. I've got a ton of new stuff on their own. I'm always cranking out new things On instagram i am horrid. My twitter has been blocked for some reason because someone hacked it. So i cannot in trying to get back on twitter. I am halloween out but instagram. Daniel harris dot com. I think that's pretty much my main two right now. I've got my youtube channel. The daniel harris slash horror gal and stay in for my patriot. That will go out and With love for. I will be cranking out new stuff for everybody as much as i possibly can give me the link for that will put that down below and you get it up. I appreciate it. I appreciate you. Listen i appreciate you taking the time i know. I know you're busy. And you got a million things going on. But i can't thank you enough for taking the time. I really means a lot. I get in a pick your brain. So i appreciate it but i'm going to sign off. I appreciate everyone appreciate all. The fans appreciate danielle for taking the time. Go check out our links below head over to dot giambra total show for all the sponsors and check danielle. I know there's no appearances or anything. We got covid but stay tuned on her website for everything that's coming in. I appreciate her. And i'm grateful to have the conversation. I mean it's been our you've been fantastic. Stay stay well see..
"gal" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"I love it like if you were in that. If you were in that hospital bed somewhere in the in the next one and in the end you kill the daughter. And it's you know then you still are able to get The square off between michael and And and and he's able to be killed by whoever you can kill by whoever and you can kind of dust him off for a little while you know he can ride off into the sunset for a few or if you put the mask on in the end that would just be fucking electric but yeah that would just be insanity but this is so many options. It's just you know i could. You know i could spend all day. Doing this. And i don't wanna do that. Listen you know it's amazing. Get into rap with you. And i want this other questions i wanna i wanna ask you through the years. You know you've been fortunate to work with so many great people do you ever. Do you ever kind of pinch yourself and feel like you know. It's it's amazing to be accepted as the horror gal and being the queen of horror. But do you ever kind of pinch yourself. And say i've worked with some amazing fricken actors and actresses through the years. Is that ever worked on that at all or is there a time and a place for that. I reflect on it. How looking back like you know watching going like holy. Shit i bruce willis daughter 'cause back in the tay. I didn't know any ready was like when i was working with. The most people are twist you can't so they nothing they were just like. Oh that person's nice. Or i mean i had no idea what was going on so now looking back. I'm like holy shit bill before halle berry like oh my god. Like muddle teeny things. That i pinch myself all at how awesome career husband and i definitely appreciate it now as i'm older i can i look at it with different eyes. Yeah because the list is it really. Is i mean this stallone. And there's bruce willis this so many different yeah great actors that you know affected a whole generation..
"gal" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"And i think no one's going to promote a character that you played better than you and no one's gonna push its strict war because like like you don't want as an actor you don't want to just be seen as bat like i thought against like i didn't wanna be the goal from halloween for so long and then came back and then i was like okay. Cool on the go from halloween but then a much different character. But everybody's still wanted jamie. Even with hatchet franchise like going into mary. Bath or a guy didn't do horror movies for twenty years. I didn't do anything. But ironically which is so is it then. I didn't do anything after halloween five. I didn't urban legends between halloween five. Which was nine ninety until two thousand seven. I had done one hormone but people still are like. I'm a horror movie queen which is crazy to me. Because it's like i did all these action movies and all this other shit in between so it's that like how do i still stay relevant in the horror world stay true to what made me which seeming lawyer race and then be seen as like a war in in the in just as an actress and as a director as you know. It's like trying to break that mold but not bite the hand that feeds me. I see it as a as a greater victory as a woman owning the rights to some of our characters which is fricken. shit al. Al cusp like elvira is none hurting. I don't know sort of how she did it but she a great person. Have you ever had her on your show. No i'd love to. She invented that character. Though didn't she. That was the thing she invented that. I did some digging into that because that always intrigued me. She invented that character. I think she owns the rights to elvira. And that's and that's something that we see when people use stage names ryan so like they'll own the rights to their stage name so you know music industries where they get pirated a little bit more and they never really own their masters and they never owned the rights to their stuff. But i think you tap into something that i think transcends just just horror i think it's it's more about you know if i can own the rights to jamie lloyd. I can own the rights. This character i can own the rights that character can lead to a whole bunch of other things unnecessarily own them. Maybe it's a shared agreement right. Like at some type of custodial agreement where you're driving that character in your driving because now would be the time especially on the halloween side. Because i would think that they're trying to push everything. That's all weaned space not to pigeonhole you but that's particular space. But i i mean i mean. Not that bruce. Wilson needs the money but like imagine if he owned the rights to john. Maclean.
"gal" Discussed on Theology Gals
"And everyday living the Bible not about you. You're not David trouble in. Life is not goliath Jesus is going to be David evening. The Shadow Goliath is going to be sending death. That make you make you the Israelites GonNa kill all of us. That's exactly who you are. What is your only comfortable life and in death but I was body and soul life and death and not my own belonged faithful savior? Jesus Christ Gospel is God. The son freely agreed to die or death for us to suffer are deserve condemnation. Do in our place and he didn't disagree from eternity to do it it. It is fatal fatal for us to think that we can ever be one from the Gospel. A great problem and even Jellicoe Church today with scripture is concerned as Aaronson a Bible. The great problem even elegant shirts today is the sufficiency Ascriptin. You don't think it's sufficient the do what we have to do so we have to wake up for what's happening recognized. The problem really is our lack of theology. Autumn and and welcome to Theology.
"gal" Discussed on The Big Ones
"And I said I haven't fit into these genes twenty two last week yeah and so they were like watching the monitor being like this doesn't make sense let's trade her out with this other girl so they traded me out and put me in roller skates okay so along this peer lie on my resume like that but unless it was something like I already did know how to do but I just didn't have the certificate or something then I could if to have a little more do you think to blur the lines morm- do you think you when it comes to doing it for art that it's do you think there's something that we've gained as a society because something like jt Leroy existed yes I do too but I think that's performance art can I don't think they meant it to be I think it it it they were more informed artists Oh 'cause I they had like that band and they were right part of that whole San Francisco scene but I don't I think honestly everything that we're talking about goes the quick goes to intent the question is they wanted to rip people off and make a lot of money and they thought it was kind of I think it probably snowballed but they were like I think they had a little bit that alike greedy and like let's see what we can get out of this and and to this day are pretty indignant about it I read some article with her last year but I think with like do you don't you hire the person at the end of the fraud is about intent it's always that scene remember where they have that scene in with Melanie Griffith Harrison Ford where she's basically just like I just wanted to do this thing and no one was going to let me and so I did and if that makes me bad person then you can decide how you feel about me yeah but I think her intention was the she deserves a better life in that she knows she's good at this and she proved she was good at it you know what I mean so it's like what happened to the boss I forget what will that you can't decide that you're more fit for something than than everyone else but Ooh.
"gal" Discussed on The Big 98
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