33 Burst results for "Geller"

Miami Beach police disperse 'unruly' spring break crowd

Glenn Beck

00:19 sec | Last month

Miami Beach police disperse 'unruly' spring break crowd

"The pandemic continues of Florida fills with crowds of spring breakers. Police in Miami Beach used pepper spray to break up a large crowd on South Beach Friday night. Broward County Mayor Steve Geller calls on Governor de Santis to reverse course and let local governments find people who violate covert rules as it is now, he says, the county's only recourse is to close

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Ahead of spring break, Miami beaches ban alcohol to limit crowd gathering

Sunday Nights

00:24 sec | Last month

Ahead of spring break, Miami beaches ban alcohol to limit crowd gathering

"Break has sprung in parts of the state. Broward County Mayor Steve Geller says Maura people packing beaches, another hospital means restaurants and businesses. Need to pay more attention to covert 19 restrictions if they do not follow these rules about social distancing and mask wearing that they face Enforcement actions, which will include warning shutdowns finds Fort Lauderdale and

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Grady Kerr's Lessons From Failing as a Entrepreneur

The Small Business Success Podcast

05:08 min | Last month

Grady Kerr's Lessons From Failing as a Entrepreneur

"Welcome everyone to another exciting episode of small biz. Buzz i'm laura dolan and i'm crystal heff and today. We have another fellow keeper with us. His name is grady. Kerr is the customer webinar trainer for our customers here at keep and today he's going to talk about the lessons. He learned from being failed entrepreneur. Grady it's true. I learned avon being great. It'd be an outdoor. i can't wait. This is going to be a great topic. And i just wanna say right from the start. Thank you for being so vulnerable. Vulnerable side that again and sharing this with our audience. I think it'll be a great lesson and not alone out there So i'm excited for it But a couple of things. You're expecting baby number five. That's true baby number five. I've got three boys a little girl and now another little boy on the way in any any any day now any moment now probably literally any moment now folks may hear it here first. Yeah i think we can do it at home. Maybe we'll do it live yes baby. Watch twenty twenty twenty twenty -solutely. Here's one thing we can take away from it. Like your year myers great. I got new kid on the way that. Say the same thing i'm like. Hey i adopted a puppy and a kitten this year. We're doing great so all about perspective. Exactly they're all making me jealous. I need at least two more puppies to make this year balance out so many to be adopted crystal do it. Well laura always handles intros. 'cause i'm a little bit nervous about getting right into it but has it affect awesome. Well should grady's child come. Well we're on this podcast. My payback will be. I will do the altro and i will make it really fun and exciting or grady as well as for everyone. I'm going back. ok. Grady make sure your wife is holding that kid in just a little longer. I will awesome. Well really excited. But i wanted to start off by asking or having you because lauren. I know your stuff all the time. I'll tell us a little bit more about what you as the trainer. Yeah you bet so. One of the initiatives that we've got going on right now is trying to scale our on boarding process trying to scale our customer education process and so i- host to open our series for the company the first one is called new customer webinars and it's designed for customers in their first thirty days. Tell them to get acclimated. Software learn how it works. Learn some use cases and then the second series. I host automation hours and in the automation hours. What we do is we help. Customers have been with us for plus modestly around that area and we on one of our amazing partners. Join us and talk about some more advanced topics really revolving around. Yeah that we've got to automate yet. The most success out of our software not about baseball. I know automation hours. Have come in really handy especially during covid trying to work on their make. Sure that it's functioning need it. Would that be honor now. Is i think when you're working in your business. That's when you're like you're not putting out fires and you're just like everything's just going in years. I'm just following along your day as managing you working on your businesses that outside in approach What's working what's not. How can it be more intentional. I think there's a lot to do right now. Is is pivot is the word. I love the geller. Mantra they saw. Hey i can't do business the way that i was before i've got a pivot somehow and that's really how the automation hours reborn like. We were going to have these going for two weeks as we find the curve and it was going to be done jokes on us. It's still going and so we have to go. And it's been a really really wealth of just good information and actionable content or just people over and over. And we've actually raiders to come and join us for every single session with great And so it's just great those customers out there that know that one of the best can do for your business get educated. Be able to know. Hey there's probably things out there that i don't know it's that vulnerability i talked about the such a failed entrepreneur like we have to be vulnerable in order for us to get better. You go to the doctor and you've got some sort of chest pain in the ass. You how you're doing. You're saying. Ben tastic dot can ever better like you're going to have a hard time. I've actually gone to the doctor with my mom or and they asked that question and she's listed like twenty things wrong with their before we get there and she's like oh he's been really good and i'm looking at her like no. We're getting into this today. So i'm like what about all these things doc looking at her like how could you say you're good with all these example. I know and that's really cool that it that it just took off like that you know you were only planning on having it a couple of weeks and here we are. That's amazing now. Do you see that these new customers have some common issues that that you also have. When you're starting your business i mean. I know we haven't gotten to that yet. So i know i'm jumping ahead. But the reason why people jump into these webinars to fill any kind of needs that they have. I think for me. The the common thread that i've seen is in. It's kind of but the idea of follow up. that's the global. There's different ways that we follow up that we follow up but follow up his always the common theme. It's an idea of something has occurred. And now i need to react to it and i don't do and so helping customers realized that one is that. Hey there's stimuli out there that usually react to and helping you understand how you can react and what tools you have at your disposal calva. Sylvia that reaction

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"geller" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

Jewish History Matters

05:25 min | 2 months ago

"geller" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

"Welcome to jewish history matters. I'm jason la steak and jay. Geller is joining me on the podcast today to talk about his book. The show alums a history of the german jewish bourgeoisie from emancipation to destruction. It's a fantastic book. That tells the story of german jewry as a whole through the history of one family and in particular the four scholem brothers each of whom followed their own political and historical path gerhard or gershom scholem the zionist who is most widely known for his scholarship on jewish mysticism alongside. His brothers. varner the communist. Reinhold the nationalist and eric the liberal. It's a multilayered approach towards thinking about jews in germany as well as the broader possibilities of history and its contingency the scholem brothers really showcase the myriad possibilities for political and cultural activity of jews in germany prior to the second world war as well as the different outcomes of the jews in germany verner was murdered by the nazis at involed gershom immigrated to palestine and eric and reinhold made their way toss. Australia altogether sketches the outlines of the german jewish cultural and political millea as the diaspora of the jews of germany after the holocaust and so the scholem family is simultaneously an eminent middle class. Jewish berlin family and at the same time. It's also distinctly normal quotidian every day it showcases through this microcosm the whole story of choose in germany in the lead up to the second world war and the holocaust as well as aftermath jay. Geller is the samuel rosenthal professor of judaic studies at case western reserve university's department of history in addition to the show alums which will talk about. Today he has also written jews in post holocaust. Germany nineteen forty five to nineteen fifty three. I'm so excited that jay is able to join us on the podcast today to discuss the show alums and german jewish history in the largest terms the book and the issues that it raises helps us to think through both the history of jews in germany as well as the legacy of german jewish culture on a wider scale. Thanks for listening in. Welcome to the podcast. Thanks thanks for having me. This book is is such a fascinating. Approach the micro history really that is focusing on the four scholem brothers. You know obviously gershom. Scholem is definitely the most well known of these figures who are studying you as a major figure in jewish intellectual history jewish scholarship. But i think that part of what you've done here which is so interesting is to bring forward a handful of people who each represent different pathways through german jewish history and this really illuminates a lot of important issues. Do you maybe want to explain briefly about these different trajectories About these different figures in the show family and what they represent in the eighteen ninety s arthur bitty show-me who are the owners of a print shop berlin had four sons reinhold arish varner and gerhard litter known gershom and in time they viewed the travails of german society and experience the ambiguities of not the difficulties of german jewelry and they chose for different political paths. Brian whole the oldest was a national liberal or right liberal. Eric was a liberal democrat or a left liberal van was a social democrat and later became a communist in gershom of course was zionist so in this one family among these four brothers we see four political paths taken by german jewry in the first decades of the twentieth century raven. These weren't the only pads but they were by far the most common covering most of the political spectrum verner began his career as a socialist but he joined the communist party at the time of the The merger of the independent social democratic party but the communist party and he quickly rose to become the second most powerful member of the german communist party. He was a personal rival of of stalin and the stalinist clique in german communism in the mid nineteen twenty s when stalinist is attempting to take over the other communist parties in the commoner

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Considering German Jewrys History And Legacy With Jay Geller

Jewish History Matters

05:25 min | 2 months ago

Considering German Jewrys History And Legacy With Jay Geller

"Welcome to jewish history matters. I'm jason la steak and jay. Geller is joining me on the podcast today to talk about his book. The show alums a history of the german jewish bourgeoisie from emancipation to destruction. It's a fantastic book. That tells the story of german jewry as a whole through the history of one family and in particular the four scholem brothers each of whom followed their own political and historical path gerhard or gershom scholem the zionist who is most widely known for his scholarship on jewish mysticism alongside. His brothers. varner the communist. Reinhold the nationalist and eric the liberal. It's a multilayered approach towards thinking about jews in germany as well as the broader possibilities of history and its contingency the scholem brothers really showcase the myriad possibilities for political and cultural activity of jews in germany prior to the second world war as well as the different outcomes of the jews in germany verner was murdered by the nazis at involed gershom immigrated to palestine and eric and reinhold made their way toss. Australia altogether sketches the outlines of the german jewish cultural and political millea as the diaspora of the jews of germany after the holocaust and so the scholem family is simultaneously an eminent middle class. Jewish berlin family and at the same time. It's also distinctly normal quotidian every day it showcases through this microcosm the whole story of choose in germany in the lead up to the second world war and the holocaust as well as aftermath jay. Geller is the samuel rosenthal professor of judaic studies at case western reserve university's department of history in addition to the show alums which will talk about. Today he has also written jews in post holocaust. Germany nineteen forty five to nineteen fifty three. I'm so excited that jay is able to join us on the podcast today to discuss the show alums and german jewish history in the largest terms the book and the issues that it raises helps us to think through both the history of jews in germany as well as the legacy of german jewish culture on a wider scale. Thanks for listening in. Welcome to the podcast. Thanks thanks for having me. This book is is such a fascinating. Approach the micro history really that is focusing on the four scholem brothers. You know obviously gershom. Scholem is definitely the most well known of these figures who are studying you as a major figure in jewish intellectual history jewish scholarship. But i think that part of what you've done here which is so interesting is to bring forward a handful of people who each represent different pathways through german jewish history and this really illuminates a lot of important issues. Do you maybe want to explain briefly about these different trajectories About these different figures in the show family and what they represent in the eighteen ninety s arthur bitty show-me who are the owners of a print shop berlin had four sons reinhold arish varner and gerhard litter known gershom and in time they viewed the travails of german society and experience the ambiguities of not the difficulties of german jewelry and they chose for different political paths. Brian whole the oldest was a national liberal or right liberal. Eric was a liberal democrat or a left liberal van was a social democrat and later became a communist in gershom of course was zionist so in this one family among these four brothers we see four political paths taken by german jewry in the first decades of the twentieth century raven. These weren't the only pads but they were by far the most common covering most of the political spectrum verner began his career as a socialist but he joined the communist party at the time of the The merger of the independent social democratic party but the communist party and he quickly rose to become the second most powerful member of the german communist party. He was a personal rival of of stalin and the stalinist clique in german communism in the mid nineteen twenty s when stalinist is attempting to take over the other communist parties in the commoner

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Broward mayor says curfew will be considered as spring break nears

Todd Schnitt

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Broward mayor says curfew will be considered as spring break nears

"Of spring break, Broward Mayor Steve Gellar's preparing paperwork to enact a temporary limited curfews to the county's ready to react should bars and restaurants and nor mask and social distancing mandates. If we find widespread this obedience during spring break, we will simply enacted immediately. He says they saw a 25% increase in cases after Thanksgiving and Christmas, and they don't want to see this type of spring break. Spike Florida's expected to get 325,000 vaccine doses next week, Broward will have 26,000 miles to Dole out instead of the usual 17,000 At this rate, Geller expects all seniors who want the vaccine to have the first shot by the end of March. Wendi Grossman, Miami Florida reported more than 8500 you covert 19 cases Thursday Since

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Day 1 of COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Broward County

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Day 1 of COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Broward County

"Of the Corona virus vaccine in the spotlight as Broward commissioners hold their first meeting of the year. With a half dozen department of Health vaccination sites currently open to more opening this week, along with vaccination centers at local hospitals and four senior condo buildings there, Steve Geller says every senior 65 older who wants a shot should be able to get one within the next 68 weeks, he says. The most important thing you can do is make a reservation people not to show up without an appointment. You will not get a vaccine, but you will mess up the process for everybody else Online, he says. There are a lot of people who show up thinking they can just wait for the vaccine, but it does not work that way. Wendi Grossman News radio's 6 10 w Y. O D

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Curfew coming for Broward County, NW of Miami, over the holidays

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:28 sec | 4 months ago

Curfew coming for Broward County, NW of Miami, over the holidays

"Be imposed in Broward County from December. 25th 2 January fourth. Mayor Steve Geller says House parties have been a big problem spreading the coronavirus. We've seen these giant house parties. They are mega spreader events, Few people that are after these actually or wearing masks on Christmas and New Year's Eve. The curfew will also run from 1 A.m. 25 a M. All other days. It runs from midnight until 5 A.m. governor,

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James Randi, Magician and Paranormal Debunker, Dies at 92

Radio From Hell

02:36 min | 6 months ago

James Randi, Magician and Paranormal Debunker, Dies at 92

"Oh, he was one of a kind. He will be missed. And He was truly amazing person. Yes, the amazing Randi. James Randi, the magician who escaped from jail cells. Underwater coffins straitjackets before becoming a scientific skeptic bent on debunking those who peddle the paranormal and supernatural. He was 92 years old. Age related causes is what they say His death was in a Twitter post pendulum of Penn and Teller called Randy quote our inspiration, our mentor and your friend. He appeared on on occasion on the Showtime documentary, Siri's Penn and Teller. B s in 56 Amazing. Randi appeared live on the Today show 1956. Surviving for 100 for minutes in a sealed metal coffin submerged in a swimming pool. Two better, a record that was held by Harry Houdini. Two decades later, he escape from a straitjacket while suspended upside down over Niagara Falls. On these escapes that he did. We're dangerous. They were very dangerous, but he managed them. He was a Toronto native. He grew up loving magic. He had great stories about going to see. Blackstone. Blackstone was a very famous magician at the time and what a great magician he was. But then Randy sort of became a well known atheist. And if you want to see a really touching sweet movie that's fascinating. What's it called Anonymous wires on honest liar. One a slider? Yeah, it's all about him in its life. Well, Yeah, he started out as a magician. But then he formed James Randi Educational Foundation, and it's about Debunking. Shysters people who use magic essentially on and mental ism to take advantage of people. He particularly hated Uri Geller, the spoon Bender from Israel. He hated Yuri Geller and James Randi said anybody convention spoon. I can show anybody how to do it. He doesn't do it with the power of his mind. It's a trick. It is a trick. And Randy was just incensed about it. He hated Yuri Geller so much, he said. When I die, and I'm cremated, I want somebody to throw my ashes in Yuri Geller. Well, you've said that about your

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James Randi, Magician and Paranormal Debunker, Dies

WBZ Morning News

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

James Randi, Magician and Paranormal Debunker, Dies

"We say good bye to a magician who's daring escapes were later eclipsed by his work as the country's foremost skeptic, James Randi began his career as a professional stage magician and escape artist. Great brandy, but he made his name as a skip. Sick of the paranormal that involved exposing those he considered to be frauds and liars, people such a psychics and faith healers. All right, What do you have this Semi amazing tonight, Johnny Carson frequently invited him onto the Tonight Show. I have a little stud like to show you that yogis have been doing for years, Randy was awarded a MacArthur genius grant for his work, but the lion's share was spent defending himself against lawsuits, most notably one by the Israeli spoon, Bender. Hurry, Geller.

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"geller" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

06:23 min | 7 months ago

"geller" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Somebody has to tell your e insane clown posse does not count as all the scientists announced. Fun fact by the way for the record, even though Geller's previous managers and accomplices have. Unequivocally exposed him as a fraud and his powers trickery. He's actually been caught on camera once and it was by accident in one thousand ninety six Mil Edmonds, the comedian setup for a candid camera esque stunt on his show Knowles House party. The plan prank was that jury Geller was going to perform and then stuff would fall off a walls and fly around the room but the cameras accidentally just caught. Geller from the wrong angle and very. Apples. Bending the spoon when people weren't looking. So they showed that and. Amazing I. Really you could argue the Johnny Carson thing also counsels getting caught on camera but yeah. I don't know if you were paying attention though no, you see when the magic doesn't work. That's proof you're not lying about having working magic and this time it was just proof the magic needed like. A booster. Would it be yeah and it's just it's fair fair. So today or Geller lives on an incredibly shitty sad private island off the eastern coast of Scotland. Buried on the island is an Egyptian treasurer took thereby. The mythological half sister of Tutankhamun in Irish mythology anyway. There three thousand, five hundred years ago and that he is going to find that treasurer with dousing. Okay. Point of clarification. Mythology has a character within Egypt in half sister. Reading too I'm Bill Maher. The Egyptian treasures just a thirty, five, hundred year old bent spoon with a cease and desist letter next to. In Two thousand fourteen a twelve foot tall statue of a guerrilla made for approximately forty thousand metal spoons was unveiled in Berkshire Garden by the Duke of Kent Statue was intended to be donated to a hospital, but in typical. From what I can tell it still its house. At, the unveiling Geller introduced the statue in the most early geller way possible by saying. This will not raise money for charity it. We'll do something better it will amaze sick children. If you had to summarize learning one-sentence. So it would it be. A regular is a fraud pretty pretty pleased soon. Are you ready for the quiz? Absolutely. All right. I have a question for you. If geller was mangled in a terrible accident and screamed a lot, he would be a gory yeller and gory. More. Need for perfectly it's still it's a bench spoon rhythm and that's pretty. Anyway, there's a completely unrelated to my question. I. Wanted to point it out. So my question to you is what should have been the signature way that Gallard Geller people off of his psychic reality show. A saying Yuri move. Bending them when nobody was looking. Just sitting back and saying, well, we're all psychic. So we all know WHO's out and wait for somebody among. OR D. Getting the show cancelled didn't multiple. C. D. is true but be has my heart. I'M GONNA go with beat bending them when nobody was looking that is correct. You're. GonNa come out in the metoo thing. Eventually I'm sure. All Right Eli If you could have anyone legitimate magical ability which one would you choose A. Flight. Be, invisibility. See. Time travel. De. Cutlery twisting. Don't tell me I read minds I bet you don't choose Dan. Based on the feedback I've gotten about my magic performances from Noah I'm going to choose. A Superhero, I mostly just make. The you know? Fast. Half Black and Tan. Heroine spirits this is why I do. Heroin, spoon, and then you can have it right. He'll. Heidi like I more for you. Win will re Geller Die When a late night hosts surprises him with a challenge to unbend a soup ladle. Be when he's getting fed at a nursing home and finally pulls off the magic band chokes. See. Not, a moment to spoon. See Not a moment to spoon. Incorrect No. Oh You almost added there, but he is the winner this week. Thank you. All right next week. Let's get. Let's get some information from Noah. Oh, sounds great. If you were the SAS, you just have to laugh the loudest at he's jokes. All, right. Well, for Tom Noah Keith and Eli I'm so thank you for hanging out with us today. We're back next week, but then will be an expert on something else between now and then you can listen to all our other shows and you can find about all about them on our website man. If you'd like to keep this show going, you can make a per episode donation patriot, dot com slash citation pod, or leave us a five star review everywhere you can't. just right preventing another spoon bending drifter in the check on the MO- section. And if you'd like to get in touch with us, check out past episodes, connected us on social media or check the notes be sure and check out citation pod dot com, and remember not all conman are magicians but all magicians are con men. And you see bright here this is your lifeline says you will have a long long live. Oh This is real and listen to him. He has phone sex with teenage boys. I told you for the cops. And I hope people get that choke..

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"geller" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

07:33 min | 7 months ago

"geller" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Really tired today Johnny. Yeah but he I like that he tried though. He didn't just immediately throw in the towel like, okay. I don't like maybe he was just sitting there like. What just needs to work once. One. GimMe Gold forever. So. Sadly, Geller was not destroyed according to The Times quote together as astonishment he was immediately booked on the MERV. Griffin. Show he was on his way to becoming a paranormal superstar that Johnny Carson show made. Geller said to an enthusiastically trusting public his failure only made his gift seem more real. If he were performing magic tricks, they would surely have worked every time failure a real life wizard, our president with the king, a hog wards or whatever. So, this public failure and the fame that followed it led Geller to the grip that would secure his fortune. Mineral dancing for several mining groups now. Claims to charge a million pounds for this service, which is probably alive in June of Nineteen eighty-six. The Australian skeptic reported that Geller had been paid three hundred, fifty, thousand Australian dollars and then had been granted an option of one, million, two, hundred and fifty thousand shares of Zanik at twenty cents each for his services. So considering the housing is standing there holding sticks that do absolutely fucking nothing that's pretty sweet gig, hell. Yeah. Man fucking plan droves from a rock band in the eighty S. And again I choose the wrong. Luckily, for US Geller has spent the rest of his career, make an absolute fool of himself. So in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty two was asked to use his psychic powers to locate the Hungarian model. Helga. Farkas who had been kidnapped he predicted that she would be found alive and in good health. She was never found and is widely. Murdered by her kidnappers. So he used psychic powers to predict she'd be found in a location called somewhere. Wrong. Somehow. Yeah. Well where was the last place you used? Your. Retrace your steps. Jake. Fridge. Look out of time life. I. Always get a look high because. You're not looking at it. In the nineteen ninety seven, he promised to help the second division football club exit or city when a crew shaw end of season game by placing energy infused crystals behind the. Lost the game five to one. The bend like Beckham was a challenge in spend four hours rubbing soccer balls. Somebody's regular crystals behind the goals to A. Matt again. y'All also starred in the absolutely terrible horror film sanitarium in two thousand one though it's unclear if he was trying to check himself in and there was a confusion in May of two thousand and two, he appeared as a contestant on the first series of I'm a celebrity get me out of here and they did he was actually the first to be. Eliminated Eli. He also has launched several versions of reality talent show called the next jury geller across multiple countries and languages, and these shows are all fantastic terrible because the contestants pretend they have real powers and on the show. So does Yuri but it's a fucking talent show like, American. IDOL. So he has to end every elimination by being like I guess your. Psychic powers weren't as good. These other guys this week? This is. Once again, named that dog ends in a zero zero. He also. LOVES TO SUE PEOPLE HE SUED James Randi Multiple Times for pointing out that he's a fraud. The only time he's come close to success. Fun fact was in Japan where the court ruled one of Randy statements as an insult as opposed to liable and awarded a token judgment against him paying Geller only quote one third of one percent of what he demanded an. And since the charge of insult is only recognized in Chinese and Japanese law was not required to pay. Increase. Because we should start billing vulgarity for charity as banned in multiple countries do with the US. Nothing Ben Shapiro is sh. Himself in Japan right now it's. Again, in one thousand, nine, hundred geller filed a fifteen million dollar lawsuit against Randy in his organization. Here's how well that went quote. In one thousand nine, hundred four geller asked to dismiss without prejudice and he was ordered to pay fifty thousand dollars, birthday publishers attorney's fees after not paying in time Geller was sanctioned with an additional twenty thousand dollars section. The suit was dismissed with prejudice which according to Randi's attorneys means that Geller cannot pursue the same suit in any other jurisdiction and. He hasn't just so people were pointing out he's a fraud. He's also pretty sure he owns the idea of a spoon that spent. Ninety one geller sued Timex for an ad that featured someone bending spoons and forks. But failing to stop a TIMEX watch your was sanctioned one hundred and forty nine thousand dollars for filing a frivolous lawsuit. You also threatened to sue AIKIDO for a line of furniture they called the jury line. But. My favorite example of Keller's lawsuit filing proclivity from the year two thousand when he sued. Nintendo over a POKEMON. Let me explain there is a character in pokemon named cadavre. This psychic type pokemon carries a bent spoon and Geller also claims that these star on cadaverous forehead and the lightning patterns on its abdomen are Nazi symbols. So about this lawsuit, he told the BBC in two thousand and two quote. Nintendo turned me into an evil occult pokemon character. Stole my identity by using my name and my signature image and quote now, in fact, as a result, it could Deborah Pokemon card has not been out since two thousand and two, and as a result, they are extremely rare and valuable me. He also tried to sue the Wikowsky over that scene in the Matrix, but the judge ruled there was no spoon. So. Walked claims about whether or not his powers, a real back and forth more times than a trump press secretary. He told the German newspaper he was just a magician, but then he took it back. He appeared at a magic convention in two thousand and Seven Wall onstage he spent twenty minutes asking if he was fake, why did he fooled all the scientists? A. Magician. Then why am I here?.

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"geller" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

08:29 min | 7 months ago

"geller" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Alliens. So, who was so confident in Geller's abilities that he arranged for him to be tested in August of Nineteen seventy-three at the Stanford Research Institute by parapsychologists Harold, e Peut off and Russell Targ. Now, as you point out, these guys are parapsychologists, which is kind of like being a psychologist. Arab belichick is being jogger and I gotTA. Say. Mosul. credulous as fuck I mean right there on the wikipedia page, there's a video about the experience and in it, they mentioned that array killer was able to duplicate. Well sealed in a room with no way to see the target, which was then put in not one but two one votes. But what the video does not mention is that quote Geller was allowed to peek through a hole in the laboratory wall separating him from the drawings he was being funded to reproduce. The drawings he was asked to reproduce placed on a wall opposite the people which investigators targeting booed off had stuffed with cotton gauze okay listen. The magic is staring at cotton. You guys would understand it. It's magic. In addition to this error, the investigators had also load geller access to a two way intercom enabling Geller to listen to the investigators conversation during the time when they were choosing and or displaying the target drawings on. The two scientists in charge of the tests both already believed in Geller's powers and seemed to be where at times that they were seeing a magic trick. Okay. Let me see your card. Here's your card back. Is it the five clubs? It was the five o'clock. Female Orgasm like. Real? Real. Just like sometimes it's it's easier to fake that. I just WanNa know what their theory of the fucking case. This wasn't on the wikipedia page, but it is in the James Randi book about irregular. He gets through all the problems with that experiment, and then at the end like also his manager was maybe they're no shorts. So maybe his fucking. Hey Spaceship. Tense. But It was the seventy S, and as we've demonstrated on this show countless times, people always have been no as will be gullible rubes who roll around on nuclear material like a dog on a wet turn if they find some so. Proven. Psychic. Powers reported in every newspaper that it space to fill on a Wednesday but not all people and it's at this point in our story that deller would meet his match in a skeptic and magician by the name of James Randi who would take him down in a very public way. Remember when people reported on things that weren't the coronavirus cow amusing anyway time for. Nothing. Hello. And welcome to nineteen seventies talk show I am a convicted wife beater tonight. Wow. We've got a fellow. Wow. Oh boy, he's. He's well, he's a real doozy mystery man uring Geller and skeptic doubt and overall many pants. No allusions. We're late night, talk show host really that bad at talking they. They were now look it up go ahead a get now you're a you're G while okay, you gonNA do some things for us right something indeed my friend Indian you madam. Fuck. Do you what? Is it through that you like both things and stuff my fucking God this guy's a fucking psychic. Wow. That is really something that no. It is not something he did absolutely not look. Excuse me same lady. Yeah. What are you? What do you like stuff and things? No not really no guy fucking. Okay. He says he can move stuff with his mind. Right move this pencil with your mind. Of course, let let me see it real quick. Just give you know without touching it. Oh I hate all you so fucking much. Well we left US scientists retesting Erie Geller way more rigorously than we tested Hydroxy Corwin. What happened next? All right. So the year was nineteen seventy-three deller had fooled the greatest scientific minds that already believed he could do what we said he could. So it was only natural that he should be invited on the Johnny. Carson show to display his talents. What he didn't know is that he was being set up to look like an absolute ask in front of millions of people see. Johnny. Carson was an amateur magician himself and the whole. Fool the scientists stick was. Honing in on Carson's Karnak bit. So Johnny Carson reached out to James Randi for advice on how to prevent trickery. Johnny got it. We're going to make sure no trickery happens step one and I get if this is GonNa take awhile but you gotta do this. You got to remove all the glory holes in the studio. Now, spoiler alert in order to explain this next part of the story I am going to have to reveal how metal bending works. So if you don't want that magic trick spoiled for you go ahead and forward pass this next part well, nine eleven truth I think it has to get up to the melting point for that so. Just a quick aside before you do your big reveal. Audience, if you've ever seen somebody do this trick and not figured out how they were doing it shame on you. On you all right I'll raise my hand I'll admit I've never once figure out a single. Ever not I mean, that's for to be fair though I also don't know how TV works but I'm still pretty damn sure. It's not a series of tiny actors. Place. So. If you watch. Tom. Cruise at least. Okay. So the way bending. Is. He bends it when you aren't looking. That seems overly civill. Not Looking at it. Exactly, and if that seems overly simple, you are really underestimating the amount of time people in general aren't looking even when they think they're looking. So Ready Tells Carson this and his advice is. And like don't let them touch anything, which I can verify makes it very, very hard to bench shit. I feel like you made a big deal before about how geller invented that. Oh never mind. It was nothing I'm. In magic that's a revolution my friend. and. Then I chose the wrong career. You could be making. Money so Here's how Adam the Higginbotham of the New York Times described the result quote. The result was a legendary immolation which geller offered clustered excuses to his host as abilities failed him again, and again I sat there for twenty two minutes humiliated Geller me when I spoke to him in September I went back to my hotel devastated I was about to pack up the next day and go back to Tel Aviv. I thought that's it I'm destroyed it the greatest video ever by the way you. To Watch it, you get to watch geller find out in real time that Carson won't let him cheat because he checked with James Randi about how to prevent cheating and then you get to watch geller realized that. Actual magic is the only solution to get out of this. Okay Jack.

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"geller" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

08:04 min | 7 months ago

"geller" Discussed on Citation Needed

"They keep the pints ice cream cold and that's True It's too much. When using a spackle. Truly, mastered speeding, there will be no split. Since imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, let me introduce our cast johnny. Carson. and Yuri Geller Noah and Eli y hold on I. Quit Smoking there's no money for Lucinda taking divorce I don't get it. Think. He's talking about you exposing me as a gift or in a fraud to millions of people. That's Millions. Shirt. I. Two dozen. Patrons, without you, we would all be spoon-bending Griffin. Only. The price of a cup of a day, you can save countless spoons a year. If you'd like to learn how to save more spoons, be sure to stick around until the end of the show with that other way. Tell us Noah what person place thing concept phenomenon or event will be talking about today spoon-bending Griffey so specifically Yuri e Geller Okay and Eli are you ready to tell us about the Steven Seagal of spoon-bending? Our sweaty sweaty legal team says they can't physically stopped me see. All Right Eli. Or is Yuri Geller. Well, see. So depending on who you believe he's either an ambassador sent by extraterrestrials from a spaceship called the Spectra located some fifty three thousand light years away to repair earthlings for the conquest of our planet or or he's a conman and a fraud who impossibly managed to sink lower than a professional magician you decide. You may absolutely not decide. And this still remains the most plausible setup for one of allies assets. Finlandia. Fair is fair. So born on twentieth of December Nineteen forty-six Gallery is the son of Issac Geller, a retired army sergeant major and more Grit Manzi Freud Geller claims that he's actually a distant relative of Sigmund Freud on his mother's side. He's not but trust me that is the least of the things. He's GonNa claim. So. They're. Also claims his mother had been pregnant eight times before she had him but each pregnancy resulted in an abortion. Did she work at a coat hanger facts. What does that? I got to know like, what was it about the ninth pregnancy that was the game? All. Right. I'm getting tired really just let it happen. Yeah. That's the third strike. The three outs get inch. winning. So you're he had a relatively normal childhood that is until Christmas Day when he was just three years old when he was given magic powers by aliens. So according together quote. I felt something above me and looked up I saw a ball of light. It wasn't the son it was like it was something more message. Something that you could not decide. I going to be stupid. I was something massive something you could touch. It was really. It's one or the other those are. Really weird like a sphere just hanging there shining straubing, and then it still sounds like the sun this very much. Sold this isn't the sun, and then this is donald trump during any class. Then it gently and silently drifted down towards the ground. Then something struck me it was like a beam or a ray of light. It really hit my forehead and knocked me back into the grant. Wasn't it wasn't like a real fucking light. From that moment on Keller could bend meddle with his mind. says. He can read people's thoughts and do other things that look exactly like magic tricks. When you meet the Loch Ness Monster. But he's a robbery fake look and you're like God. and. You can even think of any drink any drink at all and it would show up in his SIPPY Cup as a three year old. President I. Mean He always thought of Apple? Juice. So, after a brief stint in the Israeli military, he worked as a model for years before he fell into a career in the nightclub circuit as a magician and mind reader where she rose quickly to start earning the praise of celebrities and even the prime minister at the time golden my ear joked about using his psychic powers to predict the future and fun fact golden my ear would use her magic powers to go all of the world murdering Nazis and then telling the UN exactly how hard they could fuck themselves when they asked her to stop. She would. So here's the thing. Yuri Geller is a great magician. He has created a tremendous amount of modern mental magic that performers still use today I mean he's best known for bending spoons with his mind, but he invented that ship and it looks great. Are you sure because I? I've seen you do that trick and it was not impressed. Yourself, with moon. Did it's hard memory I tried to do it. Once it's A Lotta payments coming up but youtube spoon bending and watch someone who isn't meat and keep in mind that he did that Shit I like when he do a radio appearance, he has people to grab old broken watches and restart them with his mind over the air, and honestly if he had done all that stuff and just been like how about those magic tricks came up with that would be the end of it. He'd be like rich and famous and not a fucking Douche bag. Well, he'd probably be making balloon animals at a Bar Mitzvah every Saturday and going in and out of his apartment through the window to avoid his landlord that's rich and famous. For Money Good Shit. HARMON money. One month but still. I'm back the. Not Fair. That's fair. who sadly geller couldn't help himself and by the nineteen seventies, he began to claim that his powers were real and in nineteen seventy-one, he met just the right man for an up and coming fraud Andrea who herash now. Would almost be worth his own citation needed essay. If his entire life he summed up with the sentence what if that guy who overreacts to every magic trick worked for Military Intelligence He'd be promoted. WHO Never met a fraud. He wasn't fooled by and Geller was no exception who claim to have tested geller thoroughly helped him reclaim his lost memories of extraterrestrial contact under hypnosis and even claims to have seen Geller teleported dog through a wall saying that aliens helped him tell that dog and it was a Scottie dog please say. I. Feel like the dog did all the work. Where's the Dog Nightclub Act? So the whole thing just by asking, do you want to go side? Two hundred side. Puberty she even wrote a biography about Geller called hurry a journal of the mystery of irregular in which he expanded on Geller's extraterrestrial claims saying the quote Geller had communicated with super intelligent computers from outer space and quote according to the poor each the computers sent messages to warn humanity that a disaster is likely to occur. If humans do not change their ways that's true I'm just the one disaster. KATSUTA.

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"geller" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

13:08 min | 11 months ago

"geller" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"A Guy that we think is dynamic enough in the run game explosive big playmaker but he can also catch the ball get of the backfield. Open up the formation. Put a lot of pressure on the defense to make plays we need now the Andrea Swift. Currently football guys drafts is an early fifth round. Pick the five. Oh Two as the RB twenty four now. I should before I talked to you about this Kerryon Johnson. Obviously going much later he is going at the eight twelve running back thirty nine. They've who represents the better value for you if you were in a draft like this? I think it's pretty clear as Kerryon. Johnson the incumbent WHO's head injury issues But not you know not the shiny new rookie toy but the person who knows the system and has had prior training camps and practices and unlike Andrea Swift. You probably won't this year. Do you We I know we touched on this. Before the under swift is not gonNA have the benefit of a quote unquote normal off season. Is that going to hurt him? With the Kerryon Johnson thing more than normally would for a rookie. Yeah I think so I really. That's a legit thing for you. Yeah I I I totally think so Having having said that Patricia you know he met. I don't Care About Your Fancy Team Patricia. That's because he wrote on them you know he'll throw swift in there and he will get some some action. Kerryon Johnson stays healthy. I think he'll at least get fifty seven percent of the touches by. I like I appreciate. The people listened for the numbers. Dave oh I'm sure they listen to this show for the number of It's a fifth round. Pick for swift as from pick for Kerryon Johnson. Is there any value in stacking? Number is just carry on Johnston all the way for you. One thing to keep in mind you're using ADP from few see you're also getting rookie drafts mixed in there. I think so. This is strict. Football guys okay. Yeah all right. I think that's I think what you're getting dynasty players drafting and football trust because a lot of times. We're lucky by what was the question. Again is is there any value in stacking fifty using a fifth round pick on eighth round and carry Johnson? No in fact I think there's value in crossing the lions run. Run Game Backfield entirely off your draft board drafting whatsoever. Okay you eliminate one team and then to other suckers in your draft take one back each or maybe one guy takes both of them. It's awesome I used to do with the Patriots all the time. It made me so happy because I've never had any patriots running backs. They're ready to worry about then. James White catch all those passes and you know he wasn't that you were giving up a premium. Pick the draft either. No that's true. I mean at at a certain point you were because it was like. Oh my God James Whitey catches a million passes again. I again on the radio talking about this and I think I should have attributed this to our former guests of the show cornfields Jeff. They're Bossy I think he's the one who coined this time. This drafting redirect season right now. People have rookie. Itis were all the rookies get. Bumped up after the dynasty rookie drafts. And then they'll they'll they'll start taking a little bit of a fall yeah ricky derangement syndrome and other. You hear I didn't hear that one that's a good RC Fisher so that other other people say rookie derangement syndrome. Hardy S Yeah in fact is an article today on his website. He was saying that he should trae all your rookie picks for for for House. The time right. Yeah I mean he I think I can't remember. He arrived Josh Jacobs. As an example of a player that you can get probably for the one on one or one or two or something like that and the point is that. Josh is improving high quality. I fell running back whereas Hilarion. Jonathan Taylor aren't there. They're rookies have done nothing in the NFL. And so you have that. There's so bus every all the time. There's he's proposing you trade or Taylor for trade your one away one or two for a guy like Josh Jacobs. Because you can you know you can often get him and example he. Brian was a Leonard that. Who's actually had a find? Nfl career but if you offered The Leonard Fournette. Remember the one of the one to that guy was snapping up at good point and that is not even worth close to that at all but he actually had an alright career. You know. Think about that so something to think about. We got Andrew Geller at the underscore guilds on twitter. Coming up just in a minute here. The last thing I want to bring up before we get the Andrew. Is Chris Herndon last year Dave? This was a sexy sleeper. Pick and F. FCC tied and premium draft. You only played one game. He only had one catch. He had a hamstring issue. And this is coming off the System opening suspension and obviously was not in the field but Adam Gates had a lot of good things to say about him He says he's excited to get this guy back. Can't wait to see how he'll fit in with everything now in two thousand eighteen two years ago thirty nine catches over five hundred yards and four touchdowns now tied it and twenty one at the eleven twelve day. Our football guys draw football guys owners. Underrating him this year should he be going higher then a mid round pick in the PC? I think given the risk of you know he's I feel like he's a little bit of ahead case and then you saw the case. He's a problem. Okay we'RE GONNA HEAD GAUGE CASES CASE. And you got a pro. You know had a little bit. I think that's pretty fairly values. In my opinion I think that's about right for him. He does how you don't have tons. Offside let them. I loved them actually so I I still I still think there's some I think he might be. All right didn't they sign Was it Ryan Griffin Extension? Or was it. I thought they had some. There's still looking at hurting the starter. I thought they had signed someone do contract last year. That Brian Griffin actually sounds familiar. That I as as far as a tight end that that would have signed with the jets. that's interesting that. I'M GONNA look that up right now. Actually that's where I grew up in. I mean okay. I guess he's technically the backup in and that's fine but So I guess we'll we'll see about her number. I like them overall. But I think that's kind of fair value okay Three guys quick would rather guys going after Herndon. Almost immediately after Brandon address Ian Thomas Probably look at you and Thomas. I think I would too Herndon IRV Smith. I would say her name I would too. And then the final one herndon or Jason Burger turned in like nothing. Give Me Burger Baby. I mean guy who had. What do you like twelve yards remember? He was on a are for the bulk of the season and then he came back in his rookie year. Again with a rookie tight end. I wasn't expecting much. He gets his tight end in the in the playoffs. For what it's worth a catch a touchdown end in the playoffs for what it's worth kind of late. I like I like Sternberg. I'll screaming that to the heavens this year. Were you screaming for five dollars? Sure how are we going to do their points? Sixteen weeks season and I'll take versus. Heard it all right. I got five on that I got five hundred got herndon versus during you know. I I'M GONNA make a prediction here. I think this is not the first Stern Burger that we make this season because I like them all right speaking of guys. I like a lot. Let's get into tonight's guests. Ladies and gentlemen he started playing homes back in the early two thousands mostly keeper leagues. He discovered the F. FCC and twenty. Fourteen built up a bankroll through the football guys players championship last year. He made the playoffs and nine out of eleven of his F. FCC leagues including seven football guys and two main events finish fifth overall in the national contest. Thanks to targeting Delvin Cook Chris Godwin and mild sanders across all of this formats. This five time made a and football guys players Championship League. Champ joins US tonight. You follow him on twitter at the underscored guilds with Z. Now welcome him onto the HSF power Andrew Geller Andrew and early Happy Memorial Day to you man. How are you thank you bobby did send yes? You are one of the longtime listeners of this show. I can unequivocally say that. And we certainly appreciate all your support over the years and look. It only took how many years of you listening to us. They have an incredibly successful twenty nineteen season right. I know right guys when I feel like I started to see you guys listened to you back then so I feel like we've been along for the ride with you guys Finally happened to be on. The guys appreciate it happened. Yeah this is great. This is this is guidelines. Have you been one draft pikers? He just come in the first year you. What do we have them on for ball? That's a good point. I think I'm to name one of my teams This year one draft piker no question Speaking of not that Before we can talk about fantasy football with you Andrew What what you do for a living. Yeah so I'm actually client manager for one of the big mobile wireless cars. I manage the relationship One of our nationally detailed agents essentially my job is to increase our sales within this retailer So it's pretty cool. You kinda cut up to speed on all the new tech. That's out there. That's coming down the pipe It's got experience you have. Do you end up going to the The CBS show every year. Just curious. Lincoln Vegas We weren't GonNa go this year Then quoted on the horizon and the kind of canceled that on us so actually the first trip there so not well maybe next year maybe next. Yeah it's crazy show. So that's that's interesting. That's gotTa be a fun job. Actually yeah I would imagine. So what got is always challenging. There's so many things you know so. Many things are new all the time so many things but I wonder if next iphone GonNa have like six cameras or five. What do they what do what do you think's coming up? What's next in the mobile field that's going to be the new cool? Feature Three D. Printing on your phone three D print. Whatever all I mean. It's all about five G. Right now and just what you know all five you can do. I mean there's so many different areas whether it's medical or entertainment industry to there's so many different areas where five. Jeez COMING IN PLANO. And that's kind of the whole new revolution where my company is going pretty much where everybody's going at this point interesting. That's a yup something else. I wonder if the US are trying to win that battle you do. You know who's GonNa win the five year battle China or the United States? But I want that one I got. We've already lost all right. All right. Didn't even know the worst started. We heard him on. Yeah it's in the Wall Street Journal every once in a while I got. I usually skim medical so I'll just move on so we didn't. We didn't want everyone else. They have to hear about the five G. Battle the China. Or do you want so. Let's talk about the bengals. There's a lot of buzz on the bengals. Offseason they added t higgins every greenback supposedly joe boroughs and town out. What do you think about Tyler Boyd? Is He someone that you're going to six around? You think that's a little too early for Birdie think he's actually kind of a sneaky value now I actually. I liked the law in the sense. I've actually seen them Go into the Senate even eight in a couple dress which is pretty shocking me but He was wide receiver seventeen last year at. Aj Green. I mean what are we really really being from him share even if he comes back healthy how long they stay healthy. I think got one full season in the last four that it completed. So I just see boyd as a security blanket for borough John Ross is what it is. You know. Pets t higgins rookie wide receiver. I mean I'm trying to stay away from rookie wide receivers at this point especially with everything that's going on. I don't see many than office starts so I just look at Boyd. You know he's going to be that no middle of the field target. Football have much. Cj Elma I mean what is? I mean there's really not much there I see say eighty catches thousand yards. Sixty eight scores you know son and sixth and seventh. I mean I'm taking them all day there. I I love Tyler Boyd. This year and for reasons that Dave is pointed out on this show before you know with Tower Board was actually more successful in his career when Aj Green was healthy age agreement was not healthy. Last year and Boyd was still great. You know as a you know a top fifteen top twenty receiver. And you look at Joe Borough who Heathrow to Lsu last year it was just Germany's and like all the time you know. And that's what boy does for Cincinnati. So I'm with you on the security. Bring a blanket aspect Andrew. I think he targets him a lot. I certainly don't see Boyd falling off this year you know Higgins is going to take a year to marinade As well so I really like Boyd. Dave and I think you do to this year. Two in the sixth round of football guys drafts. You know who knows like you. Who LOVES TYLER BOYD? Winners and I'll tell you because Tyler Boyd. Last week last year week sixteen nine catches one hundred. Twenty eight yards in two touchdowns for thirty three points in in the in the championship. Yeah he was in a bunch of my teams. That one tell. I'm like hey thank you. Tyler. I was watching the game. And he's Oh so great. Yeah so you'll who hasn't like losers losers don't like them because they got rocked by tyler void in the championship round all the winters like I get it. We're all winter's here we liked. How their boy and that was with Andy Dalton throwing to them and you'd to think that borough is going to be an improvement even in year. One potential percents Halloween good dynasty. By for.

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"geller" Discussed on First Contact with Laurie Segall

First Contact with Laurie Segall

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"geller" Discussed on First Contact with Laurie Segall

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"geller" Discussed on First Contact with Laurie Segall

First Contact with Laurie Segall

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"geller" Discussed on First Contact with Laurie Segall

"And CR community a rise to the occasion and watch as it fulfils a need that a lot of people are having right now when I started quarantining now I was in the middle of production. Actually I was shooting show and the production got put on pause like all film. Tv production and I came to a resolution like okay. I have to stay doing something or else I'm Gonna. I'M GONNA start. You know getting getting negative and I said I'm going to. I'm just going to do something creative everyday and always do it with other people and hit record was like built for that. That's that's what it does and so I've been just doing that. Every day. And so many different people are really resonating within coming to it and we are seeing a real surge in people coming to record and engaging in this communal collaborative process and and I think a lot of it is to do with the pandemic although It's actually not just that it's it's all this work that we've been doing for the last couple years building a better product. We just you know we had just shipped new mobile apps that are just you know now getting user friendly and all this work that we've been doing it's it's sort of a bizarre storm of events that That now a lot of people are stuck at home and looking for something to do besides just chat about the headlines. Online and Doing something creative and doing it together with other people it really does fill that need and And so you you asked about like different projects that we're seeing you know. We're definitely seeing a lot of stuff surrounding this current moment. One of the first things more ambitious things. I didn't make make sort of a short film out of you mentioned poetry someone else's palm there was just sort of about taking stock as you slow down and being grateful and lots of people contributed various cinematography and voice acting and it came together under this beautiful montage short film We made a music video about a a song that this songwriter wrote and she was kind of being optimistic. Which is nice to have a moment of of optimism. Little you know darkly tinged optimism. We're we're right now. We're in the middle of Making a short documentary project. That's about how different people with different economic realities are impacted differently by this pandemic and that was sparked by a woman Lives in Oklahoma. Who's a single mother supporting her kids? And she can't work from home and she had just learned that they were confirmed cases of Cova nineteen in her workplace and she was understandably really. Eat scared and and freaked out about it and she just wrote this piece about how she it was so frustrating to hear over and over again stay home. You have to stay home. And she's like she said in her writing. I would love to stay home if I could. I can't a stay home than I can't support my kids. And that really hit me hard because I had honestly just really hadn't even considered that and so she and I are now leading this documentary project together and we're getting contributions from people you know throughout the spectrum people talking on camera or writing their experience or if they don't feel comfortable getting on camera just talking into the microphone about whether or not they are staying home and you get people talking about their life in quarantine and you get people talking about you know. Hey I'm I'm an assistant manager at a grocery store I can't stay home. And here's the trials and tribulations of my day and it's been really fascinating seeing all the different perspectives come into to this collaborative project about who gets to stay home. And how how? How grateful those of us who are staying home you know that. That's actually a luxury that we ought to be grateful for. So we're we're putting that together into some kind of short documentary and we just announced that This is all going to come together into a show that Youtube originals is gonNA present and they really liked what we were doing which is great to get support from them and they've got this initiative with Youtube originals. Where they're doing a bunch of these shows all around you know kind of how people are coping with this pandemic. Various artists are doing their art and ours is all about collaboration about you. Know it's not really about me and my art so much as it's about me trying to help all sorts of creative people whether they're skilled artists or not so skilled just learning but people with creative impulse who want to connect and collaborate with each other not just to share something that made on their own but to make things together. And so we're we're making a show about that right now for youtube originals and anybody can come be a part of it come to hit record right now and jump in and help us make this show. We're gonNA episodes are going to start coming out in. May but we're making the show right now so it's it's been been really rewarding to see this thing that we've been working on for so long come into this moment and and and honestly. I help and and help to degree. I mean it's not helping you know it's it's not a nurse on the front lines but I do think that the nowadays The the kind of sincere connection you can get through creative. Collaboration is is something. A lot of people are looking for and Yeah that's that's what's going on in the community right now. Has It helping you me? I mean like I said I. I was in the middle of shooting a show. You know so I was in the middle of my. My bliss like that's where I grew up doing. That's what I love to do is is just making something all day. And if if I didn't have hit record when that show stopped if I just came home and it was like Okay now what am I gonNA do? It's not easy to just self start and say well I'll do something else not the show but I'll make whatever all right. I'll I'll start writing a new thing or all. Make my album or whatever like I find it hard. You know to to do that all by yourself on here record every day. I just look around and see what other people are doing. And I've started some of my own projects but mostly I just like I find other people's projects and that inspires me and I can just I can get into that flow state of creativity so much easier because i. 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"geller" Discussed on First Contact with Laurie Segall

First Contact with Laurie Segall

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"geller" Discussed on First Contact with Laurie Segall

"Have for an organization that we're people would be collaborating on different credit projects together. We thought okay okay but this has to be a business. It's not going to be a not for profit. It has to be able to sustain itself and grow on its own and we made a list We thought we could do make books we could put on on live shows we can make music together and then one day maybe we could make a TV show. And I'm remembering this now from the very beginning. We said we will not sell at S- we can't we can't create a is at the time every every like startup was like all right. We'll just sell ads. We'll we'll just generate a lot of traffic and sell ads and from the very beginning. I remember US thinking like No. We have to have a business model. That doesn't rely on views and ads. I think that that that actually ended up working out. Pretty well for us is going to save Bill. I called on a Sec. Because this is back in two thousand two thousand nine nine. 'cause we launched hit record as a company at Sundance two thousand ten and so a lot of the planning and all that stuff was happening in two thousand nine so this is long before the conversation that we were having in Silicon Valley about the attention economy. And how it's broken. And how we optimize for clicks and it doesn't make you feel better. So what were you guy? Why were to like like non tech people at the time talking about art and creativity online and saying this is going to be a different business model. And we're going to do it like this. What do you think you guys? Why did you care so much? I mean this in the nicest way like. What was it about you guys in this Deli. That just kind of have you ever been to be like. It's it's so good. It's really kind of Delhi that you're passionate about anything you're talking about. It's like the multiple soup is like so good very romantic. It's tiny tiny tiny In the East village and it's very easy to get Hashmi swept away very fair if only all the tech founders did their company business plans there then we would maybe not be in the same position. We're at that time though. It's an interesting question you're asking. We weren't coming at it from the point of view of knowing about the attention economy or thinking through a business model. Or how does this scale or what impact is have at that time? We were still very much rooted in in the perspective of pretty much just artists and I think coming coming from that perspective we thought about what kind of collaborative art are. We going to make with this thing. We're building. We knew that if we were compelled to have to sell ads that would really influence the art that we were GonNa make and we knew that we would have to kind of dip down to the lowest common denominator. If what we were trying to optimize for with sheer eyeballs. We'd have to go to the short attention span. We'd have to go to sensationalism. We would have to you know. Go to your basic base stuff and that just didn't sound interesting at all. We didn't want to spend our time doing that. We wanted to make art that we found inspiring and beautiful and fun to make and so we knew that there. There's a way to find that balance. And that's what I think. Both of us had spent our careers as artists doing was finding that balance between artistically dignified inspiring and commercially viable and so we wanted to keep striking that same balance as artists with this company with this production company. But we knew again just doing online ads. In the way the Internet was we wouldn't be able to do that. And so we had to operate more as a production company and I think we both had and have I think without sounding too hippy. Dippy a really good grasp of the creative process and respecting the creative process. I think one of the reasons why the community feel so positive is we've always tried to allow for the creation process to be protected. And like I said that could sound it dippy but I think it's really it's really important especially at the very beginning for US okay. We've got to take a quick break to hear from our sponsors more with my guests after the break worldy podcast the new podcast with a fresh perspective on pop culture in the NFL. You're not just GONNA tear the NFL down in one city in. Let's talk about this. They're all eighty. Every owner is seventy on the way out comic criminal social media. He bought. Okay I used to carry forty or whatever they think right so now say anything that she does rock right. Oh she explained city girl summer right. Oh she's like damn like it's Yalo yellow alive my medicine jail and I started like someone else. I know. It's not right but I really can't fake when I'm feeling what should I do. 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"geller" Discussed on First Contact with Laurie Segall

First Contact with Laurie Segall

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"geller" Discussed on First Contact with Laurie Segall

"You may recognize that place. It's Joseph Gordon Levitt. He's an actor famous for his roles in television and film and his message to himself. Slowdown simple concept. But it's great advice. This is a moment filled with anxiety and fear now. I'm not really the kind of person that wants to find a silver lining in all this org tie the bow. I think there's just too much loss but I will say this as a storyteller. I've witnessed a common theme moments of pain and uncertainty have historically led to incredible art and creativity this brings me back to Joseph Born Levin. You know him as an actor from films like looper snowed in five hundred days of summer but I know Joe as a tech entrepreneur who became obsessed with this idea of helping us create and collaborate online more than a decade ago. He's an actor producer writer director but at the core his passion has been creating something from nothing channeling frustration and feeling into art and doing it with other people in two thousand and five Joe and his brother started. Hip Record was a simple website where he could post things. He was making and twenty ten. He opened it up. He and his friend. Jared Geller turned hip report into an online production platform. Where people from all over the world could come together to collaborate. They made art music books and movies and anyone could participate and make money. They've since paid out more than three million dollars to creators. And then in two thousand Sixteen Joanne. Jared started doing the Silicon Valley circuit. They met investors. Eventually they raised money and pivoted from a production company to attack company with this vision to help us move away from aimlessly scrolling towards creating together. And that's when I met them. Now full disclosure. I've heard them talk about the mission of hit record for four years now and I can't help but think this moment where we're all physically. Isolated craving connection is a great opportunity to channel or exile eighty and fear into the art of creation away to feel a little bit less alone in the process. I'm Laurie Segal. And this is first contact. We were joking as we started this. We've all kind of Seen each other in different cities from I think I met you guys in Lisbon. Right and then we've been Toronto and in San Francisco all because of hit record and in his company that you guys have created which I want to get into because man. Do you guys have a moment right now which. I think is fascinating but I wanNA start with the idea behind the show in this podcast. Which is it's starts with our first contact and our first contact was in twenty sixteen at Web Summit in. Joe I think back to my first contact with you and I remember a very specific moment with you. 'cause I was interviewing you on stage in Lisbon at Web summit which for our listeners It's just like you go out and there's just this auditorium. I don't know how to describe it. It's like a huge like Madison Square Garden. It's an arena. I was I was giving a talk. We did an interview on stage. I think ten thousand people in the audience rate sort of is art. And you're like a big Hollywood movie star like these are things like probably should make you nervous and I was on television for so many years. I shouldn't make me nervous. And I remember this moment of like peeking out like as they were about to introduce us and looking out at the arena and I just remember being like first of all this is beyond say must feel and then I was just like Oh my God. I'm so nervous but that was my first contact with you as being like. Oh my God I actually normally. This is something that's come so easy for me. Just going out and interviewing people interviewing generally tech founders for me but I just remember being like. Whoa like there's so many people out there And I was interviewing you because this was you coming out and talking about hey record which is your passion project turned into a Tech Company and that was like this extraordinary moment but that was our first contract. Remember it humbles you to be on a stage with an audience that big makes you shut up. Quicker rather than pontificating elaborately. You're like you know what I'm Gonna I'm GonNA leave at that. Wouldn't be in the audience. Is that big? You like get concise probably a good thing for me that that time at Web Summit in Portugal is actually an interesting time for our company because it was really when an inflection point for us when we started really thinking about ourselves more as a tech come through than we had ever previously done so that actually like like it was it was real moment for us I think and you were a real conduit for for US waiting into the world of technology because my background is you know in show business and jared's is well and we've been operating hit record for years as a production company and making all kinds of art and collaboratively with the world with a website but really not leaning into what it means to actually have a platform and understand how to optimize it etc. We didn't know what a KPI was anything like that and a lot of it started with. You met you than you introduce me to. I did that show of yours. Were I met F Williams and Ev introduced me to lots of different people and it was. It was a lot through that connection that we started meeting people who were able to kind of give us an education over the last number of years about the difference between a production company and a media technology company and now our company is is forty people and half of them are in product and tech and I know what the differences between user experience and user interface. And I know what the differences between front and back in devops in you know a learned all these things I know it in okay are is like it's actually been really challenging and illuminating and I have found it really funny enough really creative. It's creative in a different way than art is creative but really satisfying in a lot of the same ways. That's interesting you guys talk about that being a pivotal moment. Because I feel like As someone who I have spent my career interviewing tech founders and I remember thinking this was for you guys a moment for you guys to transition to like what. Tech Company actually was right in and hit record came at such a fascinating time for the Internet. Because remember when I met you and jared I interviewed you. We were on Lisbon and the next day. Donald trump was elected president of the United States. Wait who it was such a fascinating moment for tech because we were seeing this pendulum swing around the narrative and technology. People were more extreme than ever online. There were filter bubbles. We were seeing these platforms weaponized. And you're talking to someone who is like. I'd covered tech for so many years and I was such an optimist about technology but folks didn't feel better online and and so you were kind of coming there and saying hey. We have a problem and the way that we interact online is broken. If felt like in two thousand sixteen there was an opening for a company like hit record right especially in the Internet landscape. What was it? What's the opening for? Hit Record for me. The big difference between what happens on hit record and what happens A lot of other places online is that we're all about collaboration and people use the word collaborate on a lot online but today's dominant platforms for art and creativity. They're not built for collaboration. There built for consumption and they're built for ultimately feeding adds to the users that's how they make money and On hit record you don't show up an and see a feed of content to consume when you open the APP on on your phone for example. The first thing you see is a feet of projects for you to get involved with his an opportunity to collaborate with other people other people saying like hey I made a beat I want someone to play Bass on top of it or Hey. I wrote a story. I want someone to illustrate it and when you're collaborating with other people online not just sharing something. You've made not just saying hey look what I may but you're like. Hey what can we make together? You begin to relate to people in a very different way than what you often see online. The snark sort of goes away. When you've got a common purpose you're more vulnerable. You're you're trying to do something together. And so you're gonNA relate to each other. You're going to have an empathy that you wouldn't have if you're just scrolling through a bunch of quota content to consume so like okay entertain me what will entertain me. This doesn't entertain me. That doesn't entertain me. I can say something snarky about this or that. It's all kind of dehumanizing and it's all very addictive and it's very effective at serving ads and making money but I don't ever come away from you know spending a session on traditional social media and feel like I complex something and that's that's ultimately what we're trying to build on hit record and what we've been doing for years and so you mentioned Twenty Sixteen. You know in two thousand sixteen. We accomplished everything. We set out to accomplish as a production company. When jared and I I started recording twenty ten. We made a list of of things we wanted to do. We said we'll could we? Could we make a short film in this open? Collaborative Way with people making things together. Online disparate geographic locations could could people come together and make something that was A Finnish short film. That was good enough to play it at Sundance. Say and we did that in. Could we publish a book? Could we put out a record? Could one day we make a TV show and eventually we did make a TV show? It won an emmy and we were really happy with everything we'd done but we realized that the limit to what we were doing as a production company was how many people could really include in that creative process because when we were always the ones leading these collaborative projects last people would come and contribute to our projects they were making. Tv show he said Hey. Worldcom CONTRIBUTE OUR TV show. But we couldn't use all of those contributions in the TV show so a good percentage of the people that were contributing. Were feeling you like. Oh I didn't make it it. Make it in and that was not our intention. All that's kind of contrary to the to how I feel. The spirit of our community is and so we said about thinking like how could we do it? So it's not exclusive like that where anybody can come and find. Collaborators inhabit experience of being creative together with other people.

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"geller" Discussed on First Contact with Laurie Segall

First Contact with Laurie Segall

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"geller" Discussed on First Contact with Laurie Segall

"A clear. I look at technology power in the future from fake news. Fake Mead algorithmic augmented reality host lizzy O leary is your guide to the rapid technological changes reshaping our world. Those changes aren't always visible. And they aren't always what they appear to be. That's where it comes in Lizzie. And her guests helped listeners parse out what matters what doesn't and what's next. Listen to what next. Tvd On the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts Jarvis Masters has steadfastly maintained his innocence since he was sentenced to death. Thirty years of innocent people on death will be uncovered evidence. Bolsters those claims of innocence. I really believe they found that women. I would have been charged. You be the judge Dear Governor. The podcast go days. Feels like innocent on death row? Listen to dear governor on May seventh on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcast. Or wherever you get your podcasts first contact with Lori Segal as a production of dot dot dot media an Iheartradio if you could write a not yourself from the future after you've lived through this pandemic what would you say to yourself. Okay let's see. How about Joe Right? We're starting with dear dear Jo. You had to slow down and that was scary but it was all okay. You got plenty done a little bit slower and as things ramp back up and you feel the pressure to speed back up again. You can remember the things. Were going fine a little bit slower..

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"geller" Discussed on KSCO Pet Radio

KSCO Pet Radio

13:39 min | 1 year ago

"geller" Discussed on KSCO Pet Radio

"Does. So that's something else that you can use. I don't know how that works for a cat but it does work pretty well for dog. Just when you're trying to slow them down a little bit. Yeah and the CAT ENJOY. You know In addition kind of that hunting and play piece of it. But I guess it's the same concept and I also want your listeners to know that they don't have to go out and spend a lot of money on interactive toys puzzles feeders. If you know right now finances are are tight. Even you know something like taking a a tissue box and empty tissue box placing a ball inside of it. You know something like the acne even be a fun and enticing activity for your cat and you can even create fun for your cat through vertical space And I know again you know cat trees and cat purchase a great. But you don't have to spend a lot of money. Chances are most people. If they look around their house we'll see plenty of available shelving or tops of bureaus and all of this can be repurpose into vertical space for your cat. And this is another find act but he for your cat to be able to be up and Lord upon his territory and that's also very satisfying for a cat. Rachel you talked a lot about laser pens with cats in your book. Could you explain that to our clients? Yes I explained a lot about not using pointers. Yes I just want to qualify that. So yes I'm a strong proponent that so laser pointers were originally developed for powerpoint presentations offices. That's where they should stay. They are not appropriate choice for a cat. So would the laser pointer. Your Dad is on his futile. Search for this elusive. Red Dog that he can never capture he can never get. It is very frustrating for a cat if you want to increase stress frustration for a cat. That's what the laser pointer does. Your cat needs that feeling of you know the tangible feeling of having that physical capture in between his his paws or in between his teeth. That's really really important for a cat. the the whole point of interactive play and interactive place. Therapy the way I was describing. It is to allow your cat have. Multiple captures is the captures. The create the Positive Associations is the captures that release the tension. He really needs to get that feel of the physical capture to to be satisfied and to be happy. And you know with the laser pointer. He you know he's looking at that. Red Dot and shore of a successful capture. He goes to pounce on it. And there's nothing there. It's very frustrating for a cat. So please anyone. Who's listening? Leave those laser pointers at the Office for powerpoint presentations. That's where they that's what they were designed for. That's where they should stay and please get get a fishing pole type toy and play with your cat. Be Part of the game. You know what that'll release some tensions for you too because it'll be fun. That's really good advice. I know a number of people who use lasers and they think they're just fine. I thought about it a long time ago instead but the cat doesn't get anything out of this. Why would you WanNa do this so I came to the right conclusion but I but I know lots of people who think that the laser fun because the cats chase around but the idea that they never actually get anything for that effort? Well dogs again. That's not something we'd do with a dog people no dogs somehow and just had that relationship and seem to understand that with dogs. I have by the way a bottle baby kitten on my desk crawling around Which is why I stopped. Sometimes THAT'S A. Oh that's adorable. That reminds me of The New Year's episode of Pet Radio where you were actually in the studio which reminds me. There are a couple of packages Their address to you or to pet radio that are here for you. Yes I know there are and I've been meaning to get them by getting the king now. I think this is a five week old kitten and this will mean something to Rachel who just now weighs eleven ounces. This was the runt of the litter. Her name is clover. She's very cute. she was not eating very good. She still taking some Docs thirty. Because she's had the sniffles and a little bit of no is but a little bit of knows issues and she's doing well today. She starting to want to bite my knuckles so I think that's a sign that kitten crack. Which is you don't have to agree with me. But my favorite kitten food is royal canin the BB sized mom and baby cast that. I have had kittens go direct from the bottle to the baby cat bowl with no stopping and it has been very remarkable so for weaning kittens. I only use various Royal Canin products though I don't feed them generally for anything else but for kittens they have been a real godsend over the years but clover whose picture a messy picture after bottle. Feeding and before cleaning up is now up on K. Seo Pet radio right at the top of the blog items meet baby clover. It says here but she's going to survive. She's going to do fine. We're going to keep her. She's about twelve ounces. Maybe thirteen and then we will give her back to her fosters. She's gotten leggy in the last week so we now call her the baby giraffe and she's all. There's a picture she's looking at me. She's now to the point where she can. I don't let her sleep in the bed but if I'm napping she may sleep somewhere she gets along with the dogs. The dogs mostly get along with her. No damage has taken place. She's not afraid and she's peering out from behind the Monitor at me right now and we have been doing bottle baby kittens now and again. We now come. In a bottle baby kitten consultants would one of our friends who does? Oh Rachel. I don't know if you can talk about this. But a kitten out of a litter that was found late that was completely covered in fleas. It's my feeling they didn't get the I mean they're still asking us a week later. How to get the fleas off the kitten and their rescue doesn't think the Cap Star and one of the things a big kitten rescue uses a small drop of advantage right in between the shoulders. A small one drop tiny and that that all works and this kitten died this morning and I am about as upset as I can be because of these. Yes semi competent rescues rescuers do not of emergency who have never seen and I have a kitten drained by fleas that that is a very tragic story and I I I think so. Many rescues You know I think all rescues really all very well intentioned Some of them do or do not always have access to veterinary care or you know depending of their all volunteer organizations so I think you know that's probably a a larger topic but I I do better excuse doesn't work for these people. It's a difficult situation. And I I know I I try to work with organizations that are affiliated with veterinarian's just to be sure that you're always getting appropriate Care for cats and kittens. Because I think it is really tragic that you know. Decisions are often made that don't result in the best outcomes and and it's hard for everybody involved. Well you don't have to think that you know it all. That's the big thing. They have valid. Consult with a veterinarian. You know if it's something medical or you know because a lot of questions come to me you know say somebody A lot of for example litterbox key problems. A lot of questions will come to me that the cat is not using the litterbox. Well many times. A cat won't use the litterbox if she or he has a urinary tract infection because what happens is when the cat goes in the box. The cat now associates the box with the source of the pain. So pain right so then. She won't the box again so I feel I agree. I don't know everything that when something comes to me could have a medical component. The first thing I say to a client is. Please go to see a veterinarian rule anything medical because there are many medical can get conditions that can cause a cat not to use the box. Ut's ut is or one of them but thyroid conditions. You Know Kidney Problems. Anything like that can affect the cat litter box usage so. I agree that you know as you're saying we don't know everything. None of us could be an expert in every aspect of you know animal welfare so when something comes to me that could border on something medical. A veterinarian could be a better resource. I will always always always say to a client before we assume behavioral. Please consult your veterinarian. Because this particular problem you're describing is something that could be medical and not strictly behavioral and. You'll be surprised. How many terrorists. Yeah go ahead. Go ahead. You'll be surprised. How many times how many times you know a client insists? The cat is doing something as as a result of a behavior problem and it does turn out to be medical so it's always good to cover all the basis and it matters more with cats because they hide it so well that even vets can have problems diagnosing. What's going on with the cat? Let me ask you one last question. Confirm something I ran into a pregnant woman yesterday on a dog rescue. I told her because I believe this to be true. That talks Oh plasmodium which are a bad thing. There parasite you can read about a talk so are only being shed by kittens while they're kittens. I WANNA say three to four weeks of age or something like that and are not shed by older cats and that's where the idea that pregnant women shouldn't handle cat. Litter comes from am I? Did I remember that steady correctly or US doing cats all day to you know something I don't know? Did I give good advice or bad advice? You you gave good advice. I always tell people. You know err on the side of caution I I tell people where they were dull. Cast there is no reason why you kind. You know when you're pregnant. You can't cuddle with your cat. Interact with the cat and feed with your cat and if you feel better somebody else can clean the litter box but it really is not a high risk for someone who's pregnant to be scooping a box but you know. I always to be respectful of of of you know people's different viewpoints and people who are pregnant are usually you know. They're concerned and they want to be very cautious. So I tried to empathize with my clients and they will say you know absolutely. There's no worries with your cat. If you're going to feel better it's very low risk but certainly someone else in the household can always scoop the box you have your husband cleaned the litterbox are whoever is there with the kids and then you just behave like normal with the good. I am glad I remember that study. And it's a little counter to what people here Rachel we would like to have you back and the first segment of our show is ten minutes shorter than any other segment The first hour segments. Because we do the news I would like to have you back and do an entire hour sometime soon. Could we do that? I would love to do that because we have barely scratched the surface. Pardon the Pun so I would love to spend talk a lot more of a cat behavior and there. There are so many misconceptions about cats in their behavior. And I find you know we look at cats are point of view and we're not really thinking like a cat so yes I would love to come back. So what are you here? Promoting your website a book. How do people get more information about? You are find out how to give you money. Well I'm not really promoting anything so I will let your listeners know that I actually do all of my work free of charge. It's my personal mission in life that I never wanted to be a financial barrier preventing people from keeping their cats in their homes. So I do have a book saving the World. One cat at a time. It's available on Amazon. I would love people to buy my.

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"geller" Discussed on KSCO Pet Radio

KSCO Pet Radio

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"geller" Discussed on KSCO Pet Radio

"We're ready to rock locked and loaded and welcome to Casio Pet Radio Rachel Geller. Hello Rachel Hello and thanks for having me on to talk about cat behavior. Well that's great. We love talking. We well actually as you know. The world is by a strongly in favor of dogs so we do not do as many cats segments as we would like to so. It's great to have you here. Well I'm really pleased to be here because I agree with you. I see a lot especially during this. Kobe nineteen pandemic about dogs and dog behavior. But I don't see a lot about helping people who own cats with behavior issues so I'm really happy today. You're always welcome. We'd have you back as often as you'd ever be willing to come and if you have cat friends will be happy to. I would like to do more cat segments than we do but we don't get approach very often and good cap. People are a little hard to find and they tend to repeat more often than do more things to talk about with dogs because people can think of more things to talk about. Well welcome. What kind of behavioral issues? Rachel are you seeing during this pandemic so a lot of people are contacting me because they're cats starting to exhibit behaviors? They may have not seen before such as jumping up on tables and knocking things off acting anxious acting stressed and a lot of people assume That the that the you know you always hear that Miss. The cats are very aloof. Cats are solitary but catch actually loved their people and they're not upset because we're suddenly home all day in your cap prefers to be alone. It's actually cats love predictability and cats love routine and getting stressed out because suddenly they're experiencing changes in our schedules. Changes in the routines may be changes in the level of noise in the household. Maybe there's more stress even light patterns things like this consent cats off and so I have really been helping. People set their cats back on the path to happiness and stress relief. Well how do you create a more predictable environment for these cats? When people's lives aren't very predictable right now and that's true in the and that is really causing a lot of a lot of problems for your cat and so they are becoming stressed and the best way to help. Your cat is to find ways to release that stressed up and that stress that they have out inside so the most Most beneficial way to help your cat relieve stress is through something I called in. I call interactive play therapy and they call it interactive place therapy because of a specific way of playing with the cat. When you use a fishing pole type toy and during the play session you allow your cat to have multiple captures. These captures get your cats feel good chemicals flowing and this will really help relieve any stress and anxiety that you may have and the other thing you can do. Kinda give your cat projects and things to do throughout the house so for example when you feed your cat is just pouring all of the food into a bowl. Maybe poor little bit into multiple bowls and kind of hide them throughout the house. So you have. Your cat has to go on a little expedition and have some fun to go find his food and eat so things like that given your cat something to do and something to accomplish can really help to alleviate any stress that he's feeling so kids in play and kitten cat play cat games. Exactly I mean and I understand if you working from home. Maybe you can't be playing with your cat all the time so Another thing that can help is interactive activity toys and particularly interactive puzzle. Feeders and again that gives the cat something productive to do. The cat gets a feeling of accomplishment with the puzzle feeder because it does out some food when he does it. Does it successfully? So anytime you can help your cat. Focus on something other than his own frustration stress and anxiety. You're helping your cat feel better. And when he can get that out and relieve that stress relief that pent up emotion He's not going to do other destructive behaviors. That aren't as acceptable to us. And then away. It's no different than people right. If we can find a way to relieve stress productively. We're going to be happier to be rich Josh here. May I ask what is a puzzle? Feeder? You may so a puzzle. Feeder Is is is a toy and it's usually shaped Like an octagon or hexagon or something. That's not circular so when the car rolls along the floor sometimes it doles out the food but sometimes it doesn't. It's intermittent so the cat has to really work and play and pounces start to get his food and cats find this type of behavior. Very enticing Cat domesticated cats today are obviously very different than their ancestors many years ago but the one thing that ties. Today's cat the yesterday's cats is that desire to stark hunt. Powerpoint eat so this is tapping into a catch very natural instinct and something. The cat wants to do. And this is a great way to create happiness and confidence and stress relief in your cat excellent. That's a well rounded question. I didn't even know such contraption existed. That's very cool. Thank you for sharing that They're also social models for dogs that collided there Go ahead one. More Time Rachel. I was just going to say that indirect puzzled feeders are readily available. You know what pet supply stores or online at that. There's something that you can easily get your cash excellent Feel free to continue David. Sorry to interrupt you there. Oh not a problem at all. I have a puzzle feeder for a dog. That is a big round bowl that is amazed and the food goes down into the maze and it takes the dog more work to get the food out of the bowl than it normally.

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"geller" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"geller" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Believed to Geller's right by the way yeah I did some checking during the break twenty one million cellphone users in China are gone all of a sudden they've been close they've been canceled and somebody speculated that twenty one million people have died from this thing in the last three months twenty one million cellphone users their numbers are gone David said it's weird the only other alternatives they were confiscated yeah exactly in some kind of political ploy yeah to keep the population on the control Walton's label get phones again sometime yeah and so what you put in already the how they keep an eye and everybody else they're worth the Soviet Russia so what you doing to occupy your time basically we'll see I'm still in a wheelchair you walk around the house school this year basically my opponents violence line and then made my desktop computer and of course goes to close them down I'm not just saying that but you know so life is really about the same for you yep what stellar reporting is advised both the fault is that I hope you get back surgery and hip surgery pretty soon here and in get back on my feet again how long you been confined to a wheelchair well it's been about financiers now that's a long time did you fall or something happened to you no one has this is gender you know like degenerative back spinal stuff final stuff via with the missing this from them Jeez okay what they told you I had surgery on my upper right because I I would I was moved by it would fall you know when I was walking at that time I wish it were known that a little bit earlier would have prevented as to be on my feet now but I'd be in pain you don't go you know go around Christmas my mom was one hundred center Barbara and have it all golden as she works long poke here in a nursing facility and you know they're not allowing any visitors no no no not after that situation in Seattle my god hello George just dawned on the water you know all agree that no you got a lot of people there the time alone all the time but I do think I hope this will bring us I always bring us close always get bring in hotel always been kind to people and I need an extra kind to people now themselves take care we think like you all right we will and I've been basically playing ever since you said that earlier you know at the Catholic that made the sign of a crisis in and you know what to do with that over here I think it's going to work yeah and and I'm still constantly training and it will work George and thank you my friend by the way do you know anybody who has had the coronavirus or has tested positive no I don't at all one area has had one reported case yes thank goodness and I hope it stays that way exactly all right thanks for thank you thank you my friend next up let's go to mark in Baltimore welcome to the program Hey mark thank you very very much for taking my phone call you are very welcome I want to say tonight dition of coast to coast AM asked to rank among the best October thirty Geller resident doctor you I have to say number one your jury for ambassador of the world this is this has to be right now with code nineteen going on coast to coast AM it is the most important show to listen to all the information that the listeners gap and I wanted to share a also shout out to Tom from a lawyer always know this calls I haven't met anyone who intentionally took a photo of the US we surely I was looking at some of my honeymoon photos and she wound out of her three times and in nineteen ninety three my mother in law took a picture of me in my beloved bride for second marker at the break but I want to hear that story so we'll come back with more open lines on coast to coast the coast insiders the new version of the coast to coast AM app is now available for iPhone and now android four Dato one above listen live or on demand anywhere anytime go to coast to coast AM dot com and download it today the tight end on shelf.

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"geller" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"geller" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Believe Geller's right by the way god I did some checking during the break twenty one million cellphone users in China are gone all of a sudden they been close they've been canceled and somebody speculated that twenty one million people have died from this thing in the last three months twenty one million cellphone users their numbers are gone exits that it's weird the only other alternative they were confiscated yeah exactly in some kind of political ploy yeah the population under control once once those label get phones again sometime yeah and so what you put in all over you know how they keep an eye and everybody else there with the worst Soviet Russia so what are you doing to occupy your time basically we'll see I'm still in a wheelchair you walk around the house school but here basically my opponents by lifeline and then made my desktop computer and of course because because M. and I'm not just saying that but you know so life is really about the same for you yep what stellar reporting is that my photo taken the pope he is but I hope I can get back there during hip surgery pretty soon here and in get back on my feet again how long you been confined to a wheelchair well it's been about two and a half years now that's a long time did you did you fall or something happened to you no one can the gender you know like it's generative back spinal stuff I know stop your was the missing Pierre criminology's where they told you I had surgery on my upper right because I I would I was moved by it would fall you know when I was walking at that time I wish it were known then we'll but earlier it would have prevented at the BMI feet now but I'd be in pain you don't go you know go around Christmas my mom was one hundred Santa Barbara and have it all golden as she won a lot of people here in a nursing facility and you know they're not allowing any visitors no no no not after that situation in Seattle my god but you know George don but I don't want that you know all that because I know you got a lot of people there the time I wanna hold the name of a good thing I hope that this will bring us I always bring us close always route yet bring it closer I'm always been kind to people on even extra kind to people now I'm John take care behave like you airball we will and I've been basically playing ever since you said that earlier you know at the Catholic I made the sign of a crisis in and you know what to do with that over here I think it's going to work yeah and and I'm still constantly training and it will work George and thank you my friend by the way do you know anybody who has had the corona virus or has tested positive no I don't an old one okay I haven't had one reported case yet thank goodness and I hope it stays that way exactly all right thanks thank you thank you my friend next up let's go to mark in Baltimore welcome to the program Hey mark thank you very very much for taking my phone call you are very welcome I want to say tonight dition of coast to coast AM master rank among the best October you Keller resident doctor you I have to say number one George away for ambassador of the world this is this has to be right now with code nineteen going on coast to coast AM it is the most important show to listen to for all the information that the listeners gap and I wanted to say also shout out to Tom from a lawyer always know this calls I haven't met anyone who intentionally took a photo of the UFO recently I was looking at some of my honeymoon photos which round out a verse three time and in nineteen ninety three my mother in law took a picture of me in my beloved bride hold on for second marker at the break but I want to hear that story so we'll come back with more open lines on coast to.

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Critics Complain Mexico's Austerity Plan Has Gone Too Far

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:09 min | 1 year ago

Critics Complain Mexico's Austerity Plan Has Gone Too Far

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply mexico's new president is populist. He's a leftist and there's this thing he says a lot. You can't have a rich government where the people are poor so in the first few months of his administration he has slashed government spending cut thousands of federal jobs and ended some of the perks of being a mexican politician many people i love it but some others think his thriftiness has gone too far. N._p._r.'s carrie kahn has the story president andress manuel lopes over doors says it's time lawmakers live like regular mexicans. He's done away with chauffeur-driven cars expense accounts and high salaries starting with his own. He got the presidential pay by sixty percent. He's trying to sell the presidential plane and now flies commercial and in a stroke of populist genius he turned the opulent presidential residents into a public park and museum the us bienvenidos thoughts on a recent sunday federal employees holding auction right on the grounds selling thousands thousands of pieces of jewelry seized from drug traffickers tax cheats white collar criminals tino the laura recovery vata against says all proceeds will go to the poorest communities in the country rodriguez heads up the federal agency which was just renamed the institute to return the stolen to the people. He's four actions of cease good so far this year then go to testing those the not a suspect era multi seymour. I'm on the two thousand items. Being auctioned are solid gold pistol grips diamond bracelets and all sorts of designer watches like like this one hitting the eleven thousand dollar asking price alona the interesting comment doors observer jose luis aguilar is stunned on by all the opulence on display in that. He's doing the right thing our president by showing us all that's been stolen the impunity <unk> unity in our country. This is great says geller but critics say lopez over doors austerity and cost cutting has gone too far. He's public. Hospitals is at risk by reducing personnel and supplies. Let forest fires rage while laying off firefighters and slash to e federally funded science and art projects cuts have been done with a machete instead of doing them with a scalpel denise dresser professor and political commentator later says what is most worrisome is that lopez over doors getting rid of competent civil servants and replacing them with what she says are yes men and women those who believe in his form of transformation so he's replacing one form of dysfunctional government with another form of dysfunctional government last month lopez over doors finance minister a longtime political ally abruptly resigned citing what he called ideological extremism in economic decision-making decision making jose ankle sent that marina knows about the cost cutting all too well he was a top executive at pro-mexico at a division in the economy ministry that promoted mexican businesses and investment at home and abroad last spring. He and the entire division were let go some five five hundred workers. They are closing what without of over in a new or different alternative we are worried about. There's no plum being he says mexico's economy can't survive without foreign investors and the expertise of offices like his in fact economists warn mexico's soco's heading for a recession growth has been below one percent so far this year a lot of that has to do with global economic pressures but critics say lopez over doors handling think of the economy isn't helping. He's redirecting a lot of his austerity savings. Two billion dollar infrastructure projects that market watchers say are too expensive and environmentally unsound historian lorenzo mayor who supports the president says change is hard after decades of privilege enjoyed by so many politicians elites. I am pretty sure that a lot of oprah class mexicans uneven middleclass don't feel that under his manorial looks absorb thought is the kind of president that mexico needs but he says the general population backs him with some polls giving the president as seventy percent approval rating writing carrie kahn n._p._r. News mexico city. This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor comcast business gig fueled network solutions that help help businesses go beyond the expected to do the extraordinary comcast business beyond fast learn more at comcast business dot com.

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Va. state trooper, drug suspect shot to death during home search

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Va. state trooper, drug suspect shot to death during home search

"Response a state trooper gunned down in Virginia. Fox's Tanya j powers. Has more lives. Even happened in Cumberland county about fifty miles west of Richmond. When the Virginia state police tactical team was helping the Piedmont regional drug and gang task force service. Search warrant late yesterday Connie Geller with the Virginia state police says that's when someone inside the home started firing shots troopers. Members of the tactical team was shot trooper Lucas be Dowell a native Virginian died at the hospital. The shooter inside the home was

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David Schwimmer, Ross Geller and Robbery discussed on Jason and Alexis

Jason and Alexis

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

David Schwimmer, Ross Geller and Robbery discussed on Jason and Alexis

"Also, trending even friends star. David Schwimmer felt the need to provide an alibi after British police released an image of a robbery suspect bearing a striking resemblance to the US sitcoms character. Ross Geller after thousands of the shows fans flooded Blackpool police with jokes the actor posted a spoof video reenacting the

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Woman who killed three people in gun rampage was suffering from mental illness

Sean Hannity

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Woman who killed three people in gun rampage was suffering from mental illness

"The woman who killed three people yesterday and wounded others before shooting herself to death at a Rite Aid warehouse in Aberdeen had been diagnosed with mental illness and used a largely purchaser illegally purchased gun in the rampage are for county. Sheriff Jeffery Geller said today, the suspect a twenty six year old from the overly area in Baltimore County have been diagnosed with a mental illness in two thousand sixteen that's as far as I'll go with it. He said any added he's she had become increasingly agitated in recent weeks relatives have been concerned for her

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Jeffery Geller, Harford County and Maryland discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Jeffery Geller, Harford County and Maryland discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"Cases, some within the past thirty days Harford county sheriff Jeffery Geller said that the investigators found evidence that the Maryland warehouse shooting suspect was suffering from mental illness and employee told his. Wife that the shooter had been having an argument with someone then went off and began firing a handgun but

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Futures edge higher as tech stocks bounce

24 Hour News

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Futures edge higher as tech stocks bounce

"Money matters Bochum bay RBM of Atlanta Mercedes-Benz sandy springs the high tech flop on Monday here's WSB money matters host Wes moss Scott not. Quite the start to the week bullish. Investors, were looking for on Monday the Dow open the week one hundred and forty five. Points around. A half a percent lower or the, tech heavy NASDAQ continued. To underperform down more than one percent yesterday the so-called thanks stocks that's. Facebook Amazon Netflix, and Google had been leading tech related shares lower following Facebook's poor earnings report last week. These are down another three, percent yesterday. But keep in mind these. Stocks as a group are still significantly higher for the? Year category Atlanta's morning news the witness to the terrible crash that killed three minute or south Fulton train crossing Monday WSB, news time is seven twenty eight this is my Geller Dego so when people ask me why so. Passionate about you it's is the looks on the couple's faces when they come into our showroom It's the teams in the eyes of the. Bride to be..

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Erin Andrews and Jarret Stoll Celebrate 50-Year Wedding Anniversary at Burger King

Brian Noonan

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Erin Andrews and Jarret Stoll Celebrate 50-Year Wedding Anniversary at Burger King

"Wait how things are working here's a here's a charming story this is a this is a feel good story i like the feel good stories on sunday night because we're getting ready for another week of work we've had a long week to we've hopefully enjoyed our weekend and we need something to feel good about we need to walk into monday with a smile on our face because most likely we're going to start frowny by monday afternoon but there's a good it's always good to start the week on a happy note this is beautiful a new jersey couple is maintaining their decades old tradition they celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary the other day the same place they celebrated their first wedding anniversary a burger king yes burger king lloyd and sandy howard wet in nineteen sixty eight and they say the whole tradition began because they were running late for a show on their first wedding anniversary they stopped at the restaurant for a quick bite and so they have been going to burger king every year for their anniversary and now they've celebrated their fifty i hope for their fiftieth anniversary he he went on the car i needed bundle things up for the value meal it doesn't say here what they had but they had some sort of a some sort of fun all right this very exciting eddie glendenning is in the studio he has arrived i'm going to give him a moment to catch his breath because i'm sure that uber driver has him all flustered as i would be if i if i was running late for somewhere so we will talk to edie who is starring in heartbreak hotel which is opening at the broadway play house june thirtieth we'll talk to edie in just a minute here on seven hundred twenty wgn this is a really strange weather system data this time of the year weather forecast with tom skilling as well organized what we call us an ethics geller largescale rain producing system superimposed on a summer moisture field.

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"geller" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"geller" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"But his america's truck in that word with steve geller okay bell ward fourtimer route as they say here on a thursday morning there will be closing out 2017 here in short order and what a year hurricanes the abroad as some would almost describe biblical floods to texas and florida the devastation to puerto rico the virgin islands the fires the destroyed wine country cody montana in oregon an ash the fires that continue to burn in southern california santa barbara then there were the king tides that flooded miami the heatwaves in the southwest tornadoes in the southeast rains that never came in the cascades no wonder the national oceanic and atmospheric administration has deemed this to be the second most extreme year as far as weather's concerned in the past century there are floods there are tornadoes there are fires every year.

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"geller" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"geller" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Seven zero two nine nine but before that actually if you remember on a few months ago i had on the radio show i was telling you about it i'm michael lucas who is actually agape porn star ombu who speaks out against a radical islam and i wanted you guys to get together to introduce him to you and by a total coincidence actually really total coincidence he was a guest on tonight's show just a few minutes ago because we were talking about the islamic persecution of gays in egypt in in the middle east and he's actually waiting on the lime to ask you a question i believe i so let's put michael lucas back on with the question her comment for pamela geller hella michael hello pam how are you michael harry hear from you and i wonderful i heard that you are a coming right up to him yet so fvo i want to say hello and yes i can quit to sit down with you in erin long night riot it it it it they may think what you did that work there much work about you when you were in texas yes that look they're very wart or as some right and now i don't have much a knack that that's guy to book his name fact lot because as you know the islamic state issued an official phatra on my head which i as exactly what i want to discuss next to go over and i'm sure you're gonna have a lot of this obviously in the book but what you went through uh that night i want to go through what you personally experienced the night that jihadists came to be head view pamela geller uh that and phone calls next at seven seven.

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