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Author Jeannie Constantinou on Why She Wrote 'Thinking Orthodox'
"I am talking to a fellow. Greek american that's all you need to know but actually no. Her name is Eugeniusz guerrillas constantinou genie constantino. Who's written a really important book. Thinking orthodox understanding acquiring the orthodox christian mind. You're about to go. I think jeannie into why you wrote the book and this This is important and it crosses denominational lines what you get into in the book So i'm excited about the so. Yeah tell my audience. Y y you wrote the book. I wrote the book to help. Christians understand each other basically because as a minority form of christianity. Here in this country. Most people don't really even though the we exists. Let alone understand who we are. So protestants encounter us. And they put us in the camp with the catholics and the orthodox church is nothing like the catholic church and also Catholics and protestants are in many ways more similar to each other than they are to us. We think we theologies very differently than catholics. And protestants western christianity basically because western christianity developed during the middle ages in western europe. The church was eastern before it was western. The church was greek. Before it was latin. And when the church moved into western europe and began to develop there under the umbrella of the papacy of course it developed at became something very different than what the early church was
Dr. Jeannie Constantinou Is a Rising Academic Researcher and Biblical Scholar
"Such a joy for me to have you as my guest that i get really goofy. A genie constantinou urine san diego. You are of course greek. But you're american. Just as i am and you've written a book. I was so excited when i when i saw this. It's title thinking orthodox understanding and acquiring the orthodox christian mind so you are an academic. Let's start there. Yes i am. I'm a professor. And i've been professor for many years professor of new testament and early christianity new testament. Which as we have said was written in greek obviously and early christianity. I wanna get your background Jeannie because you're an academic. You're you're a christian. You you take it all very seriously. There are a lot of people in the world of the academy. Who are you know their professors in new testament studies. And this and that. But you wouldn't describe them as actual christians. They're just academically focused on this. But you really are serious about your faith and you're taking it. You're you're theologian. Yes you're right about that. It's very surprising. How many scholars of new testament really don't believe what's even in the new testament. And i'm shocked at this because i think where else would you have and not just new testament studies but also theology so many people don't accept basic christian doctrines that you and i hold. Dear are absolutely essential such as the virgin birth the resurrection of christ and yet. They're teaching theology even in so called religious institution of. That's the key. I don't i don't expect any different from secular institutions Because they you know they think. Hey it's like. I'm teaching the epic of gilgamesh. You know we're just looking at the text and we don't believe gilgamesh was real dude but the fact is that seminaries in all these kinds of places they don't believe
"genie" Discussed on Obscure Disney Podcast
"In its infancy. Like it hadn't been out for very long, so not a lot of people knew what it was. Yeah, it was like the wiki came out. We went down there. Was it that? It was literally that quick. And at Disneyland you were still getting paper fast passes at that point where you had to go to a machine, put your park ticket in, it would spit out a paper ticket to tell you what time to go back to the attraction. And you had to present that at the attraction. You know, it was it was a little bit more of a labored service. Oh, the quaint old days. So much wasted paper honestly. What did they do with all those cards after they were done with them? They just collected them and then went through them away. Hopefully recycled. Who knows what they bags and bags of recycled fast passes? But with the max pass, literally that day, we were we would get in line for pirates. And make a fast pass for haunted mansion. As soon as we got off pirates, our fast pass was ready for a haunted mansion. So we'd go and scan into haunted mansion, and while we were standing in line for haunted mansion, get a fast pass to the next attraction. And we would get off haunted mansion and go directly to that traction and make a fast pass while we were standing in line for that attraction. Like legitimately, I've never ridden so many rides in my life as that first day with max pass. Yeah. It was great. And it was a busy day. It was a very busy day. So to get on that many rides, it was amazing. We literally didn't have a break in our schedule until like 6 o'clock at night. It finally was like, we have to stop and eat. Yeah. I'm dehydrated. I'm like dragging myself on my elbows trying to get to the next ride. Can we stop for just a minute? It was great. Yeah, the glory days didn't live very much longer after that than people got a wind of how to actually use the system properly. And it was never the same again. It went back to normal. Right. And that's kind of what Jeannie plus is. For a base rate for everybody in your party. So they say $20 for Disneyland and 15 for Disney World, I'm not sure why it's so much less at Disney World. Do you have any idea why there would be less at Disney World? Great question, right? Yeah. Who can even say, maybe I don't have no idea why it's less. I know that they've kept at maybe they're keeping it higher. They said it's because they wanted to be in line with what pricing was prior to on max pass, which escalated to the point that it was already $20 a day. Okay. If I had a guess, I think it has a lot more to do with the fact that locals go to Disneyland more frequently than you know those in Florida. Yeah. And so I would say that's the biggest reason why. Okay. So for that price for each individual member of your party, you now get the ability to book fast passes on your phone. And that's just from what I understand. It's basically max pass, except it's only one at a time, correct? Right? Yeah, you log on, you book a book a ride and when you're that right window opens up again or you get into line for that next ride, then it sounds like you can book your next one. Just like we did before. Now I do have to say that for Disney World. The way that they had done it in the past, back when they had fast passes before the pandemic and the shutdown and everything else. Was that if you were staying on property, you were allowed to log in to Disney 60 days before your vacation and you could book up to three fast passes 60 days in advance. If you were not staying on property, you then had to if you're not staying on property then you could only have you had to do it 30 days in advance, which basically meant you were left with moments, the figment, right, right? Yeah. I don't know we're left with the ones that you don't really need a fast pass. I don't know how many 9 45 p.m. figment. What's it called? Journey into imagination, your imagination with figments. Still with figment. Yeah. We booked so many fast passes, which by the way, when you show up that late at night, everybody's watching getting ready for the nighttime shows in Epcot. So it's legitimately a walk on and so there is zero reason to have a fast pass for. And literally the people working figment are like, what are you doing here? Oh, look, it's a fast pass for now. The walk on people literally get on quicker than you do because you have to stop the scan your fast pass. Yeah. It's hilarious. But anyway, that's what we were left with in the past so essentially, if you weren't staying on property for in the past, you had no fast passes. And only having three per day for us was, you know, it was a bit of a letdown. Well, you had a rolling force. So if you could get all three of your fast passes done early enough in the day, then you could book another one. And when to use that one book another one. So it kind of became that after. Yeah. But it was definitely the thing that I dislike about this system is that you really, they have no space for spontaneity in that kind of program. You can't system right. Yeah, you can't run into friends and be like, hey, that's awesome. We should all go get on this ride together because everyone's like, well, we already have a fast pass book for this. And you're like, oh, well, we have a fast pass. But so I guess we're just not hanging out. Which is kind of sad. But in general, it really does work out better for people who are staying on property. For sure. Back then it did. Even then I heard a lot of complaints about in order to get good fast passes. You would have to be sure to wake up at the break of dawn of whenever it was at Disney was allowing you to book that past because if you had different time zone issues and stuff, right? You have to you would have to remember that it was that time zone of probably easting train zone. You have to set a alarm. Yeah. And if you're coming from Europe, I would imagine then that it's in the middle of the day, but if you're coming from the West Coast and it's literally the first thing in the morning in order to book passes and it would turn into a lottery system of sorts that you're just basically like, let's hope we can get past this for two months from now, you know. Well, and I made this comment the other day, but Disney has become a competitive sport. Legitimately, you have to train yourself to have a good day at Disney. You have to get up really early. Back when they were doing fast passes or boarding groups for rise of the resistance. You had to be inside the park gates at 7 15 a.m. to start trying to get on to boarding groups for that ride. Yeah. So that means that people were getting up at 5 o'clock in the morning to get to the gates at 6 to try to get through the lines before 7 15 inside and then everyone's just standing in the entrance trying to make boarding groups. And then, you know, you're you're more Disney obsessed friends probably knew all sorts of tips and tricks O Dodge this. If you're trying to get here, go through this shop because it opens up on the other side. Like it's turned into like a like a sport or totally making a patch out says Disney Disney by new competitive. Well, because even just getting to rides at rope drop is a competitive sport, there are people's speed walking, flat out running, trying to get to things before everybody else. And it's just it's turned into a little bit of a more aggressive setup than I think people originally thought it would be. Very true. But speaking of competitive sports, they're also offering this lightning lane situation. What are your thoughts on lightning lane? So lightning lane is the third highest level of it that between one and two rice per park. They're allowing during peak periods that you can buy the fast pass essentially during that time period. If you're willing to if you want to pay to skip the line on that day..
"genie" Discussed on Obscure Disney Podcast
"Know what I love most about rivers is you can't step in the same river twice. Ah, because it's constantly moving and always changing. Is that one? So close, yes, yes. I thought I'd throw a little poke on us in there today just for the fun of it. 'cause it's a Wednesday and Wednesday on Wednesdays we wear pink and talk about Disney, right? Totally that. It's very that. That was what we're doing. Yeah. We're totally stepping in rivers and Colin a pink. Yeah. Because Disney, Disney has been having fun, putting out information in such this week that feels important to talk about. Legitimately, right? What's funny is that literally we stopped recording our last episode. And I instantly looked online and saw that they had started discussing this subject that we're going to talk about today. And I was like, oh, well, if we would have waited another ten seconds, maybe I would have seen this before we went on. But now we've had a week to digest and think, and now we can talk about it like adults, right? Our recording had an even exported yet and the news broke. And you're like, do you always make it look dumb? We don't know what we're talking about. They do that. They do. Podcasters is everybody. But yeah, we're moving podcasts. We're done. Of course, we're talking about what everybody's talking about, which is everyone seemed to have rubbed the lamp and gotten a Genie that wants to charge you money. You get three wishes. They all include dollar signs. They all cost you. Disney Jeannie. Had been conjectured a long time ago before the pandemic that they were thinking they were starting up this kind of program. Do you remember I was talking about this before? Yeah. And to be fair, Disney Genie, the actual app, the extension of the Disney experience app is free. And basically what it is is your own Disney expert to help you plan your day around a Disney park. For those of you that don't have Ryan there with you right side, walking you through each turn by turning direction. When you don't have me and my perfectly sculpted two finger Disney point, you have the Disney Channel. You have a Disney Genie. Second best thing. So this part of the app literally it asks you what kind of things you want to do. The kinds of things that you're interested in. And we'll plan out a day for you. And it does do things that I think Disney fanatics have been doing for a long time. They'll say, okay, earlier in the morning, these kinds of attractions are less less busy. So you can get these out of the way earlier in the morning. If you don't care about the parade, we can go on this ride during the parade because it pulls a lot of people to the parade. You know, this is a better time to go eat lunch than this time because more people are eating lunch at this time. You know, it's that kind of thing that people that have been to Disney a lot kind of already know the ins and out of. Right. And now it gives more people access to that kind of information without having to have been there lots. Right. Well, even when we go, you know, 25 days in a year or whatever, there's still you're constantly learning new things and things are ever changing and ever adapting. Right. So it's impossible to know as much as Disney already does. So they have access to wait times and fast pass information and things like that that you would never have. So it's easier for the app to say, oh, just as a heads up, this ride doesn't have very much going on right now. You know? If you felt like riding it now, it's a good idea. I tell you what, though, the first time that it directs me to like river journey the river, you know, the Navi river journey. And we have to wait in line for two and a half hours. Like the first time that happens, we'll be like the moment that I'm like, Jeannie, you done don't know what you're talking about. I'm subscribing. I'm downloading this app. Drop my microphone. Yeah, I think there are certain situations where the reason that I'm not too keen on it is because I know they're going to use it as a way to try to push people into things. You know, they're like, gosh, sure, it's hot outside. Why don't you go buy a nice refreshing Coke at this location? You know, and it feel like it's going to turn into something like that. I mean, how many people are going to be told to go see great moments with Abraham Lincoln, you know what I mean? It's really hot outside. You should really go through one man's dream the story of Walt Disney. You know, I would do that one. I mean, it's super air conditioned. Like legitimately super air conditioned. We have done that more times than you'll ever know. Yeah, we literally go in there and see the same thing every time and we're like, oh, it's a truly Andrews. In the voice of Julie Andrews, yes. I think it's an interesting thing and I think it will work out great for people like I said who maybe haven't been enough times to kind of know those sort of things. Yeah. It kind of closes the gap. When it comes to Disney experts versus maybe new Disney folks. Which I think is nice. Everyone deserves to have a good experience at Disney, I think. Yeah, and I guess nothing says you have to do it, right? To do that. You can always just do something else. So I just wonder if it'll be really useful for people who maybe aren't native English speakers that it will give them more information in their native language so that they can understand better and enjoy the park more. That is such a great point. Like if we went to Shanghai, Disney or something like that would be fantastic to have something like that. Absolutely. It's totally like walk you through the experience in English, so we would know what was going on because we don't speak. Yeah, because they do say on there that they have like informational audio tour kind of things. All right. Which would be really interesting to hear what kind of stuff they have on there. So it would be awesome for people like I said who aren't native English speakers to be able to really appreciate things that maybe they wouldn't know otherwise. That's such a great point. They've also built into the app a lot of the compliance that is needed for people that have disabilities and different things they're able to book experiences through the app as well, which is going to be a huge plus for them. Sure. So that's fantastic. That makes me very happy. So these are all things that we like about Genie, right? We're moving into Genie plus now. Which is different. Right? That's what we have to start spending money. That's where the money comes in. Anyone that's been at Disneyland for the last few years might be aware of max pass, which is something that they did at Disneyland in California adventure for a few years. It's been going on for a few years, right? Yeah. Oh, absolutely. And basically, it is a paid fastpass app. Where each person in your party pays a certain amount. And then you can make fast passes on your phone. And the first time we did it, it was fairly.
Australian Federal Court Rules That AI Can Be a Patent Inventor
"There's been quantity excitement in. I in legal circles in recent days about a decision handed down in the australian federal court which effectively means that the label inventor can in future be given to a non human to an artificial intelligence system. The ruling is a world first and it's likely to be appealed. But how significant is it really professor. Genie patterson is with the center for i and digital ethics at melbourne law. School jamie pedersen. Welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. Tell us about the system at the center of this new legal development. Dabbous what is it and what can it do. Well it's device for thomas bit striking of unified since and it's a narrow network that supposedly is able to be creative to invent a new product of its own accord now. Deborah's has its own creator. He's based in the us and his name is dr steven thaler. Why has docked developing trying to have this particular machine given the same sort of inventors status that he himself enjoys well. Dr failure and a great patient lawyers and a chopping academic code ryan. I bet decided that it was important to understand that is being used quite a lot in the development of various products and particularly pharmaceuticals and. They were worried by the conundrum. That if you're using i but registering the patient to spend invented by a person the some discrepancy in. How much does individual participants. Doing the work might be redone. By the i. But it's the human that's taking the credit for the invention
You Can Grow New Brain Cells. Here's How
"Can we as adults grew new nerve. Sounds these still some confusion about that question. As this is a fairly new field of research for example are sticking to one of my colleague robert with an oncologist and he was sitting me cendrine. This is puzzling. Some of my patients. That have been told there are queued. Are cancer still develop symptom of depression. And i responded to him from my point of view that make sense so drug you give to your patients that stops a cells multiplying also stop the newborn neurons being generated in your brain and then robert looked at me like i was crazy and said but sundering visa adult patients either do not grow new nurse and much street surprise. I say well actually we do. And we sees a phenomenon that we call muroo genie's so now roburt is not a neuroscientist and when you went to medical school it was not to what we know. Now that the other brain can generate new nurse airs so roburt being a doctor. He's wanted to come to my lab to understand a little bit better topic. And i took him for two of one of the most exciting parts of the brain when it comes to new jersey's the compass so vis vis gray structure in the center of the brain and what we know seems already very long is that this is important for learning and memory and mood and emotion however what we have learned more recently. Is that this is one of the unique structure of the other brain where new neurons can be generated
"genie" Discussed on Detour To Neverland
"Now it is weird that this is kind of the first time that they're using the same process since old school paper fast passes. It's the first time they've been aligned since then man. Don't you miss those paper fast passes those were fun member when that mean that was a frigging thrill real. You had one person year family. Who's like the designated fast pass holder. Well running up to the kiosk in you know. Oh can we get it. What time is it going to spit out. Ooh i remember what my last thought was broaching an hour so we gotta stop. Wow where does guest recovery fallen. This guest recovery is the term for like if a ride breaks down or if you had a bad experience where a lot of times incentivize you with a fast pass in the form of guests recovery. How does that work into this. If you are a nonpaying. Genie plus person and you get stuck on. I bet they still give it to you. You think i think yes because coming from someone with no customer service background like me. I feel like that's one of the easiest things that they can give you there. They don't want to give you money right. They don't wanna have to refund anything they don't want him to pay for anything There they probably want to avoid giving you money but they can give you back time. Which i feel like is what people would probably be the biggest complaint like. Oh well i sat here for forty five minutes. Think of all that. If things i could be doing the fastest way that they can make that up for you is to say you know. We'll give you this now. I don't i think when they give you that fast pass quote unquote lightning round whenever lightning I think it would probably just be for the generic fifteen dollar ones. I don't think they would give it to you for something like a mine. Unless that's the ride that you broke down on. But i think that's just the fastest way that they can make you happy. Okay you wasted forty five minutes. Look if i give you this lightning line it you'll make it up and you can carry on your day like i'm so sorry but i don't think they'll give you the the guns the big boys which they kind of do now when they give you a guest recovery for animal kingdom. Unless you're on fight a passage you can't ride vita passage Oh i feel like we're leaving here with more questions than answers. We definitely hash them. Things out. I feel completely devastated now though that my idea of disneyland was false. That's okay. i'll recover. You'll rebuilt i will. I will rebuild with this new genie up. I'm excited just to try it to see like what it plans for me. I feel like it could almost be a game like ooh. Can you guess my favorite rides really. Can you make my perfect day for me. Like what are you going to suggest to. You know that. I hate you know cosmic rays or are these other things like what'd you just say. He was just an example. Pete safari okay. Please suggest pizza safari i. I'm i think that could just be fun to play with when it comes up with. But i think my biggest takeaways. You gotta have good data. You don't have good data. None of this works so. I hope they've got that part figured out. You need a data engineer. I have minimal experience. But i wanna come on and give it a shot and i guess that's about it but we are interested in what you think. Though find us on social media send us a message and let us know we just wanna talk about it with people. Yeah because right. Now we've just been talking to each other about it for the duration of this episode. Plus some i'm sure it will dominate the conversation for the rest. Probably so thank you guys so much for listening. We will be back on monday. We're going to do storytelling on carousel of progress. We've been putting that one off as they like. It's kind of a big deal. I know it's one of those. You've gotta nail it so the no pressure or anything we will give it our best shot. We hope you will join us for that. We hope you have a wonderful weekend and we will chat with you real soon.
"genie" Discussed on Detour To Neverland
"Wait times rather than what disney's providing now. I am glad that they normally over estimated rather than underestimated. That's when you get annoyed thought was going to be ten minutes and was twenty minutes. They're quoting thirty in its twenty. You feel happy you feel like you got more bang for your buck. Does disney know that or do they have bad data. I would guess that they probably know it. I think they know it for the same reason that you just said. They want people to be happy. That other part of that. I think is you know. I don't know how to word this. But like are we going to zig when the app tells you zag they say go to pirates. Well how many other people are they telling go. Pirates right now should we avoid pirates and we should go to the opposite end of the park. Reverse psychology stuff i know..
Route Planning With Parker Woodward
"Everybody's so this is one thing that i'm sure a lot of people are wondering i've always wondered. I feel like. I'm going to learn a ton today. I'm really looking forward to it. But you know when you do something like use google maps or ways or any of these even people who remember mapquest. You generates this path and that is just really fascinating if you think about it i mean there's an unbelievable amount like enormous network of roads right and manages to figure out how to do that. It takes into account like speed limits and it just seems like there's extraordinary complexity there and we're actually going to not only cover that but even take it to the next level where in this case you know what if you were driving a ups truck or something and you have a whole host plays you have to go to or even. Maybe you have a list of aaron genie to run you know. How do we actually do that efficiently. And i think it's a fascinating fascinating. Topic rented dive deep into it. So lucky that we have parker woodward here. Who is the route expert at route for me as a ton of experience in this field so thanks for coming on show parker. Thanks jason. Don't worry people still actually use mapquest really always wondering actually so so it exists right. Well i've seen it exists. People are still using it and people are using a host of other things to plan the routes. We had a customer who actually plan the routes on cocktail napkins at happy hour. So we've had we've seen a little bit of everything. Oh nice very cool. that's awesome. So yeah how did you. I think this is going to be really interesting. Because you know route expert is a title that seems to be one that like is out of reach for a lot of people but a lot of people don't see. What is the path that i can take from. Maybe my algebra two course right now to route expert and so amazing to hear your kind of story you know. How did you kind of get to where you are. And what was that that whole pathway. Sure so i took maybe a nontraditional path and I was in the entrepreneurial world and studied in college actually something totally different and it was more about conservation in biology in animal behaviour and different types of systems. You know in comparison to route planning and it was always fascinated with energy and conservation inefficiency in happened to really stumble across this opportunity. Without for me. And at the time i was doing kind of transitioning into the fascinating world of the web and software and building software and so i just found out from me and got involved with the to co-founders they started in two thousand nine and really interesting story there as well very entrepreneurial.
Interview With Video Editor, Tony Chang
"To this week's episode of the insider. My guest this week is a video editor. Why damian why you buy ask a video editor on a magic podcast. Well it's because it's tony chang. Tony thanks so much for agreeing to do the show. How are you this morning. Good how are you on lovely. Thank you now this whole week because the show drops are the monday this whole week. We've could tony chang week and we're dedicating it to downloads. Which is very exciting. Indeed a first of all your magic origin story. You've got twenty seven seconds that that long the c- do it and hiking. I guess beautiful up. Check your syllables though fat kid. Too much time Learn too much lie and think magic was supposed to be perfect disappointed then Found true love there. You go that rhymed Almost and it was only slightly off on the syllable count. I remember coming to visit manhattan about twenty years ago and on the genie forum or somewhere. I found out about the saturday afternoon. Hang out remember where it was underneath. It was underneath something pizza. Place or delhi or something went up and said was greeted really warmly and said the card magic and somebody said oh you need to sit down with cancun's ellen and so i did and he proceeded to mess with my mind about half an hour but everything about that. Scene seemed really warm and welcoming to allow me outside. What's it like being in the new york. Magic scene was it was it inside well. That's that's interesting that you say that. So you went to a shop. Like with wesley james and all this but it was eastman on a baseman Things acknowle tacos i. That's that's an interesting way of putting it. I mean. I went to seattle for my college and that was the first time i really got to see magician because i grew up in idaho so like you fight as i did not see a a real magician went to college
"genie" Discussed on Mobbed Up: The Fight for Las Vegas
"Las vegas until his own gangland slaying in one thousand nine hundred eighty six. He had the coldest is i've ever seen. In my stores i got used to collins bellagio by st nand. Tony the ant. He hated that and it sometimes left me at the receiving end of laterals nasty stirs and his menacing fits of anger. This would be the time to remember. Frank collado the tough cold blooded hitman for spalato and the focus of season one of mobbed up kaleida died in august at age. Eighty one a couple of months after the first season of the podcast wrapped up back in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. I remember seeing him as cool as it could be laughing. It up with spalato lieutenants in a favourite mob hangout. The very night before the fed's announced he had decided to cooperate. Against a latro years later. I interviewed kaleida after he left witness protection he was as candid direct in season. One as he was when i interviewed him his story never changed. When you're ordered to kill somebody you better do it. If you thought they're going to kill you they wouldn't come anti kill salt so if they thought you would say no. You know what i mean. I didn't like this jerry listener guy. He had that weasel effect. You know like. I don't i just don't like him like i didn't like saul. I emptied that revolver in his ad then he stole his alive. So had we had a reloaded. Fortunately we brought he brought extra. Bullets together was women and I am committed it all this ad. Then he finally died remember. James tamer aladdin's entertainment director. He turned out to be a lot more than that at the casino. He was a convicted bank. Robber who federal authorities alleged was overseeing. The detroit mobs hidden interests. Tamer had business ties to aladdin owners. As early as nineteen seventy he also had been the subject of illegal gambling related investigations in other states. Tamer would not have been able to get a gaming licence in nevada because of his criminal record in alleged associations but as entertainment director. He didn't need one but hicks attack. Nevada deputy attorney general in the late nineteen seventies remembers tamer. Rosenthal set the example for some of these other guys in vegas at work you know didn't really want to be licensed. And so lo and behold james tamer shows out as the director of the latin showroom director of entertainment for the alleged showroom. But you know there was a lot of evidence that he had. He had a sorority to comp casino. Customers he you know had a lot of authority there and in clearly involved in administration and operations of because know the teamsters funded hotel expansion at the aladdin by no small surprise was plagued by construction overruns. That put the resort on the brink of bankruptcy. They're also an alleged kickback scheme covered by the feds that the fraud of the pension fund. More to come on that eventually. The labor department filed suit to stop the pension fund from loaning money to casinos and the fbi kept pushing forward with the help of court approved. Wiretaps agents listen to.
"genie" Discussed on Mobbed Up: The Fight for Las Vegas
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Aladdin 2019 Review
"Nasr you're new to the show. But i'm gonna put you right in the white hot spotlight of telling our audience. All of our fresh is out there. What is allowed in two thousand and nineteen about so twenty nineteen version of aladdin. A street thiefs named aladdin. He meets this beautiful young girl. Who in reality is the gorgeous princess jasmine but he doesn't know it at the time he sort of becomes desperate to win her heart and fall in love with her and while he's sort of on that quest he comes across a lamp and genie and he becomes really close friends that this powerful genie and both of them soon find out that. The evil sorcerer. Jaffar is also wanting this lamp so that he can take over the kingdom and like neighboring towns. I think that's the best way. I can describe. Obviously so much amazing stuff happens in between. But i think that's sort of the the meat and potatoes of live action latin.
"genie" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Case of genie is one of the worst documented cases of child abuse in recorded history. Genie which is not her. Real name was a pseudonym given to her to protect her identity. She was born in nineteen fifty seven. Genie's father was not a good guy. He was abusive to his wife trying to control her to prevent her from ever leaving the house. He had no interest in having children although he had five of them. The first two children died the first ten weeks after he was born from catching pneumonia after being kept in the garage the second child may have died due to a genetic defect known as our asian capability or possibly choking on. Its own mucus a third child. A boy was born five years before genie. He was raised in conditions similar to genie where the father would beat him if he made any noise but eventually the boy's grandmother took over his care up until the age of twenty months. Genie was raised and treated as a normal child. The one issue she had was a congenital dislocated hip which delayed her ability to learn to walk. It was at this point when gene was twenty one sold that her father's mother died. They were described as having an abnormally close relationship. The father then moved into the grandmother's house and it was then when genie's father kept genie confined to a bedroom. She wasn't just confined to a room however she would spend the majority of every day chained to a child's toilet and the only thing she was ever allowed to wear was a homemade straightjacket. Her room was almost totally dark with the window. Only occasionally being left open to allow her to see sky. If genie made the slightest sound her father would come in and beat her. He prevented anyone from speaking to jeanie or having any contact with her. He was extremely paranoid not allowing anyone in the family out of the house other than sun going to school likewise no one ever came into the house and none of his neighbors had a clue that they had another child. in all of this genie's mother was also beaten by her father. She was legally blind by this time which left her unable to protect your children in one thousand nine hundred seventy when gene was thirteen and a half. Her mother and father had a violent argument..
"genie" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
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"genie" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"genie" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"Other houses. They may hire us like like fucking demons. Houses homes homes holmes on homes. It's holmes on homes man fucking other in other buildings schools as well as sewers drainpipes. It's like it kemira billy. We're going down the drain. You you hear me in the dream but want to come down. Don't maybe i'll come down there movies too. Most people aren't able to see jin. poets improv. Share a special connection with them. Several arabic poets throughout history claimed to have been inspired by their jin leading to the creation of the term sherri sherri saying like. French breads yoga but to explain the supernatural phenomenon. They're like oh you know. I'm i'm so good. At writing. poets rosa red violets are blue grass. And you like it too. And like i mean so they they're like but the thing is there is people that have said you know alcohol as like jim morrison said like hell call him to do some of the music date or or drugs and acid. And you're gonna have the same thing when it comes to people being like you know. There's people used ouija boards. Maybe it's contributed to their aspect of being good at what the according to islam a. Law sent the prophet muhammad to share his word among the jin as well as humans king solomon of israel also could communicate with gin and used it to make them do whatever he wanted. King solomon is right Hundred wives thousand kids. If you don't have many wives a thousand kids. I honestly thought it was as probably hundreds of wives. Hundreds of wives and i thought he had thousand religion without king. Solomon we don't have the population that we do today. So bill gates wants to get fucking bill gates. Go back of bill the fucking time machine fucking vaccination put money into a time machine. You can travel back and go. Go ahead and kill the population back. Then that i want even fucking know. If i'm dead bugging gates i i'd like to know that bill gates said we need all he did say said populations to. I've been saying this is day one can horsh shit solomon reportedly forced rebellious jinn to help him cure sick people and persuade them to construct the first temple. He fucking god. You guys got a got to help me. I can't do is from a so. Yeah you guys go so well. Many jin are content to either ignore or simply play pranks on human the category of gin kind of known as ghouls from the arabic. Google g. h. l. goal. I didn't know that's actually where that came from where they would. There's some gargling on your. Oh there's there's some gin that rather eat humans you fucking do you smoke on a vape pen like it's accurate last breath because i'm still fucking doing it like six addicted to nicotine minimum so fucking taste. It's vanilla vanilla. It's like i like the only on. So yeah and some of these fucking genie's like ours where we get it from is robin williams from playing the fucking jeannie and these mother fuckers rather eat a lot and was of that rob. Yes it was the original much. What's called aladdin. And his wonderful lamp or even the disney version of aladdin came before robin williams. Didn't it are you retarded. Disney version of aladdin came in the early eighties. A retired robin williams played the blue jeanie. The cartoon version of la. No not that one the one before that disney made to. I thought that the one. That's like live action. That just came out like two years ago once back your bonkers man you're bunkers on your memory now but look that has nothing to do with. Keep talking real. As some of the most feared genie's ghouls enjoyed feasting on flesh and drinking blow by like bela lugosi. I like the no i. You've said it like a thousand times. I just i ignore you a lot. I ninety near the red on the dog too. I thought there was one of the early eighties. Not by disney. Really by a black and white movie and like the fifties but no not fifties. I swear to god. There was a movie that came out in the early eighties. I'm literally gonna search a ladan. Eighties aladdin that doesn't click real aladdin and the magic land. Nine thousand nine hundred eighty two. That's what i was looking for the classic story of a young boy. That's gonna no. I don't think it is by disney also on no it's japanese with. I feel like i've seen this though. I think i've seen as if you're old enough to remember language japanese. If you're old enough to remember fairytale theater me and my brother grew up on it. It was literally people like shelley duvall narrated and they would do fairytales but it was almost creepy because it was live action but in like the eighties into the nineties is like primarily eighties. But you had people that are old school actors now. That show divall looks fucking horrible. Peter peewee herman played fucking pinocchio serious in a fucking live action movie. It was called fairytale theater. And they would do they would have like the three little pigs but it would be like fuck. I think i'll ball play one of them and they're all dressed up like pigs and our show. 'cause they're all going to you can find it on youtube. Look up fairly. Take cancel culture. It's it's fucked and some of them are disturbing and they had. They had aladdin and his wonderful lamp. Or whatever that genie and the guy Oh god people do this because like shutting the radio but the guy that played the voice of darth vader was the genie and the movie earle jones. Whatever his name is shouting the radio. There is people that You know if i forget something. They showed at the radio listening to us on the radio. This none of other fall okay speak. I didn't realize on radio stations right now. I would not drink so much iheartradio. Which is i guess. That's kind of the same thing. 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Avengers Campus To Open At Disney Los Angeles Adventure Park
"We've got a developing story on disney shares are moving higher in the after hours session company giving an update on its reopening plans. Let's get to julia. Boston with more julia. Well melissa disney just announced that the vendors campus will open at its anaheim park california adventure on june fourth. Now this vendors campus as an extension of disney's california adventure theme park that park along with disneyland. They opened on april thirtieth. This vendors campus has opening. June was originally set to open last july. No vendors campus will feature a spider-man attraction and then area based on doctor strange and there will be marvel characters walking around the park for lots of interactions. Now all of this was just announced by disney's parks chief josh tomorrow. He also showed what the disney genie app is going to look like that was originally scheduled to launch a late. Two thousand and twenty. Now it's gonna launch to help people better navigate. The theme parks helping create an itinerary with shorter weights smaller crowds. This is all part of a larger. Push that damara laid out to use technology all around the park. They said that they've found that people are already loving doing things like ordering food online. And they're going to integrate technology in as many ways as possible no merchandises also in the same division as parks tomorrow saying that. They're they are focused on ecommerce and really bringing shopping. Closer to where consumers are spending their time he mentioned that they're working on some more streaming video shopping events so integrating content and commerce. There he also talked about embracing technology and diversity in everything. This parks consumer products. Division is doing melissa.
Jeannie Mai Marries Jeezy in Backyard Wedding Ceremony
"Narrating in dc and jeannie. Mike got married in a private ceremony at their house in atlanta and this is not a joke either. They actually had an extensive profile in vogue magazine. It was a small ceremony and friends and family did attend. Originally they were planning to get married in the south of france or lake cuomo but of the pandemic. They just did it at. The house looked really beautiful. Though jesus jeannie mai i can't wait till you have kids have a little girl and her. Genie call her young gene growing up. Amazing
A Breakdown Of Latinx Heavy Medal
"So i'm in the studio today with producer. Genie montalvo gene. So thought i wanna take you back to the latin grammys of twenty nineteen. What happened well. A bunch of things happened but relevant today. Yeah lars ulrich of metallica presented with the person of the year award. It's kind of like a lifetime. Achievement did not know. That's where you're going to go with this surprise but really you can see kind of losing it on the video but listen to him here. That's very funny to me for those who don't know who is. How would you describe his music. It's like top yet. Like pop rock but the area likes comey sunday at me but i had no idea he was a huge metallica fan. Wine is is a huge mental fan. And so we're a lot of people in latin america and that is what i'm going to be talking to you about today mysterious. I didn't know you were into metal finds story. Because i'm actually not. But i am surrounded by latino metal heads. My brother was into metal growing up my neighbors into metal and plays in a metal band. And what would life be like. It didn't marry someone who was also into metal much quieter. So speaking about my husband or nesto who you know as from peru. He was telling me the story the other day that got me thinking about this topic. It was about the time. When one of his favorite bands the british rockers. Iron maiden came to lima in two thousand nine. You have heard of iron. Maiden i've seen the sweatshirts when our media i came. I announce actually their visits lima. People started making plans to come to the show. People started coming from other cities. Even from equador people throw away from waiheke from keitel youth ecuadorian flex in the crowd
Disney's New Movie 'Raya And The Last Dragon' Out Now
"New movie hits theaters and Disney. Plus today for 29 99. You can stream Mariah and the Last Dragon Southeast Asian Warrior riots seeks the last dragon to save the world from a monstrous plague. In order to restore peace. We must find the last dragon. Her funny sidekick is a water dragon voice by Aquafina, who recalls Robin Williams Genie in Aladdin. I'm not like the best dragon Have you ever done like a group project? But there's like that one. Headed in pitch in as much We're doomed. The digital animation rivals any video game featuring cool reflections in sword blades. Best of all are the timely themes as the plague turns victims to stone in an allegory for covert 19, where we can only be saved if we learn to trust our perceived enemies.
Opinion: Being successful is about more than pursuing a good idea
"Et. al say was up the fire nation. And what's something that you believe about becoming successful. Most people disagree with many believe nothing. In order to be successful. You need only passion for good idea but the reality is much more ashen is one. Listen gregan except enough in order to be a real success through. I really do need passion for the idea. That's obvious determination. Focus and patients most successful business. People who have been more abuses. I'd be there are many obstacles. one has to overcome great something new. You know especially if you are the first thing that feed over. The cost of my life is great. Tree comes owning the factory business which is a former finance. Each company was unique in the first of its kind in the seed amount of projection. One gets from new ideas. These enormous one doesn't believe in his or her idea. More than one hundred percent simply wants work in any new ideas. I you have to educate the market which is very hard are always suspicious affinity new then you have to persuade the investors. The people around view and the list goes on and on. You feel you're going up in most of the times you'll be a low and the loneliness is very hard to accept. Stein goes on in get more experienced. Then it becomes easier and you learn to build on and fix your mistakes from the negative remarks. Along the way you'll be enriched for capricorn's like me into his naturally because rare. Houston it's always about enforce. There's a lot that i want to focus on throughout this entire interview fire nation. But the one thing i wanna pull out about. What a alger said is patients. I mean all of them were brilliant but patients. It is such as something that today. I see more than ever people. Just don't have an seems like the younger generation. The less patience. I have so many people all the time coming up and saying. Hey john like. I've been doing this for two months and i'm not seeing any returns. Think any success and like it's been two months. Where's your patients. Where's your persistence. Wears your you gotta keep at that thing. Fire nation so in doing some research on ual. I saw that you were chosen to be a mentor at the harvard. Business school of. I mean this is top of the top. Why were you chosen. I was invited to comment there at harvard. Business school interpreters enterpreneurial program during two thousand thirteen. I spent on her the per person recognized and identified the Me after by lifestyle Lecture action lecturer. I approach the Was approaching the podium and the right the way after are presenting center students raise their hand. Us meet who is interpreting. Though i had my lecture plan i wanted to follow with students entering pro in prague improvise and said without hesitation that was born today or over the world is it potentially becoming in their furniture but the system. We live in prohibits most of them to become one why because of the barriers that society puts in front of us when the baby was born starts to crotone tone touching breaking things. The current say. Don't do that then. He's babies go through nursery and school and approach daily by new regulations of what they could or couldn't do then that news when they grow and enrolling through diversities and then it lasts. Even when they get married they fiend. The rules are filed on them. The handcuffs are placed on their hands and brains is additional rules imposed or their lives better directed in buxton through what they can't do this. Fact of life interferes in some Sometimes sabres independence and free thoughts of many of us. So my advice to you all. I said to be group is right. Now get hold of the keys. And i threw the keys to them. Release the handcuffs. Allow your brain to think without restrictions feel free to go with any idea thought you may have even if it seems ridiculous or unrealistic at the moment. Thank your dreams to the limit and interpret noor within. You will erupt like the genie out of the bottle. One hundred forty students stood up and they're up with laughter. I knew then but they got the message. I love that genie in a bottle analogy. I mean fire nation. Can't you just picture that. I mean it is such a great analogy. It's so true and it's something that you need to be striving towards and forward
Polar vortex triggering dangerous winter weather across U.S.
"Ah Polar Vortex weather system is bringing severe weather conditions to several states, according to The New York Times, roughly 150 million Americans are in the storm's path. Utilities in 14 states have already started rolling outages due to low electricity supplies. Jennifer McNatt from the National Weather Service Southern Region says this weather event is rare putting this into context and you look back in our history over temperatures. There's this event right now. It's probably similar to two other events that we've seen in this area. One occurred back in 1989 and the other occurred in 18 99. That's how significant this cold outbreak is. Uh, somewhere in between those two very significant event, so it definitely ranks up there in how unusual it is for this area. Meteorologists Eileen Devora explains. Record breaking temperatures will continue through the week. This cold air is in place, and it's not budging for the next couple of days. And there's yet another storm system that's gonna follow this. Similar track that what happened earlier this week and over the weekend. If you remember over the weekend, Seattle got a lot of snow. Oregon had ice that dip down into Texas earlier this week and caused the snow and and the ice in Texas. And yet another one developing tonight and into tomorrow. The theme kind of continues just a really harsh winter for folks in the South and especially in Texas. While great conditions in California remains stable. Other states typically rely on each other via energy imports and exports, so saving energy during the evening hours can potentially help free up supply for those in states Experiencing the winter storms. P Genie says it's prepared to meet the current demand for power and callous. So isn't expecting any outages in California. The chemical hiss news in any 3.1
Speaking From the Heart with SLP Lauren Sharpe-Payne
"Lauren. Welcome to the wo- med. Thank you in fact i to be here so for those of you who don't know morin. Sharp pain is a speech pathologist. And i have been dying to get speech. Pathologist on the wool med. So when you tell people what you do what's the first thing that they automatically assume. No people automatically assume i work with kids. I just can't sit kids and teach them how to say either s.'s. Or their ps. And i mean with all this do that but i actually work with adults since i think. The stereotype with speech pathology sitting down playing games working on different sounds But there's so much more to it than that so yeah well. I'll admit one of my good friends is literally dreading the day that her two year olds list goes away. It's really cute though because right now. Her z's literally come from the back of her mouth. Like all the kerr molars and she's just adorable. It's really cute it is. Oh my gosh yeah so you mentioned that you work with adults so did you. Is that kind of where you got started with. Everything or your passion really was but actually started my career working with kids. I worked with kids for about two years. Two and a half years and i liked it initially But i quickly found out. Just it wasn't like farc me like it wasn't my passionate area and so i worked really hard to kind of tradition over to the medical side of each pathology and i started working at outpatient rehab. I was seeing a lot of patients who had had strokes in like traumatic brain injuries and swallowing disorders. And i really found that that was really my passion and that's really what made me feel fulfilled at the end of the day. And so that's what i've been doing. Ever since that point. I love that i feel like i. I mean the only real interactions and stuff that i've had working with with speech was i used to work in the nikko. Nice and so. We'd have speech consoles all the time you know. We had like paralyzed vocal. Cords or you know. Cleft lip or palate premiums just couldn't quite figure out how to suck swallow breathe. Exactly yeah echo cool. Yeah so there's just it just sounds like there's so many different fields within so p. wrote there are there are. Mike said i think most of the time. Most people associate s. l. p. With you know working with kids like in the school. I think the school was really popular. But like you said there's so many different areas you know. We can work in hospital. We can work in nursing homes and you know fools and fire practices. So there's there's really a lot of different options in terms of you know where we can work which is really cool. So what led you into this career like how did you first hear about it and you know get interested in it so it's funny excellent to be a lawyer up until my senior year of high school and i remember i had already declared my major and a second of sociology class in high school and their story about the young girl. Her name was genie. I don't know if you've heard the story. But she was locked away for twelve years that her parents never interacted with hers. Get no human interaction and yeah it was. I saw that and like she had no communication at mike whatsoever and so she worked with the speech therapist and he was able to communicate. It wasn't all verbal. Nonverbal buys using pictures. But i thought that was so neat that there was something out there. You could help people communicate and the rest is history. I just fell in love from that point. that's really beautiful So greenwich some little video. Yeah what's the school pathway lake like do you guys have to clinicals. is it Like a bachelors. Is it a doctoral degree. Now or like how like if you're going to coach someone through eight or tell someone you know what they're in for. Yeah so it's four. Years of undergrad And then you have to go to graduate school so for me. My program was in graduate school. But if you don't have speech as an undergraduate degree typically a two and a half maybe three years for the graduate program and then after that your life and your certify after a nine month period. There's no doctoral degree right now. That recommended or like that's required to be a speech pathologist but you can most certainly get them back degree that not in my pets whatsoever But after getting your master's degree through what all the clinical fellowship here and so that nine months after you graduate where you're essentially practicing. Slc like getting a salary and everything. But you're still technically under supervision and so after that nine months Once you have all of your hours your than a certified speech pathologist so you don't need any supervision or you know no one's giving you feedback just kinda on your own completely after that point. Wow yeah is there different routes that you take if you want to be more on the medical side of things versus you know in schools or or working with pedes a good question so i know in graduate school. We do externships so typically if there are two externships one is medical. One is typically pediatrics. might be in the school. There might be private practice. But i know that's alive. Students really kind of narrow down where they want to be in terms of their career so a lot of students. We'll just try to warm more relationships with people a medical they feel like they wanna pursue medical side or vice versa with school side and then with the clinical fellowship years so that nine month period actor graduation many students will try and get their cf wire the clinical fellowship your and that desired area of speech that way after they're done they can't hopefully get a medical job or a pediatric job. You know what they don't need this revision to
Interview With Ahmer Inam And Mark Persaud At Pactera Edge
"We do have some great guests with us today. So we're really excited to have amer in phnom who's the chief. Ai officer and mark persaud. Who's the head of emerging experiences at pact-era edge. So welcome guys and thank you so much for joining us today but thank you got clean and wrong. Thank you for having in forward to this exciting conversation. We are to. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background. And your current role at pact-era edge Kathleen i'll go ahead and start amazon up. I'm the chief a offers. Subtle factor edge. We are global solution and services firms that balance intelligent digital platforms using human center design as a cool concept in philosophy the hallway bill systems maya background. I've been in the space of a medal for essentially my entire career Having played with fairly early machine learning. And you'll eulex model for almost twenty years at this point To most recently. A factor edge. My journey has taken me to companies like fargo sonic automotive. Vw see nike can be solution and at the now. I pass it off to mark to introduce himself awesome. I've I'm the head of emerging experiences at a bacteria edge So i have the job of being able to look across different technologies whether that's a our and our in vr virtual reality immersive Or things like voice and conversational. I and understanding how a i can play a better role in the technologies or with the technology whether it's within or atop a different digital ecosystems for clients though. I personally have a lot of fun with that role in general just because it gives me the ability to see how we can create value for users of creative ways with technology is where we might not see very consumer or user friendly and i might add like one of the reason why this is such a differentiation. Headed what you're talking about. Even sent to city in is market. Ni- expedience must. Genie are working together. Cohesively issue the cool part of the conversation that will be having at the at the upcoming event with community and is about building and designing intelligent digital platforms that are built with humans entity the human in the mind and building them to drive adoption so that we can take a lot of these concepts that are explored in a typical machine learning ai. In women in an enterprise and then take them to an enterprise capability and the part of their journey. At least an odd philosophy is that it has to lead with human simplicity. Really great insight. We actually had a podcast not too long ago with chad moro. Who is the cto chief. Data officer at fulton bank and he actually made a great point about the human center city of systems especially of systems that depend on data because he was saying you know at the end of the day the data represents people represents what people are doing it represents their money represents their finances and those finances represent their retirement college savings. They're they're living right and you and you can never it's people's names treat data abstractly day. Sometimes it's really very critical and You know one of the great things. Of course you can. You mentioned that you'll be sharing a lot of these insights at our upcoming machine learning life cycle events so for our listeners. You may have heard this on previous episodes but of course if this is your first time We run these online free conferences. That are focused on some of the hottest topics. Ai machine learning and our objective is to help audience and help people take that next step and move their projects and forward We ran a huge data for ai. Conference back. In september twenty twenty twentieth thousands of attendees. It was amazing. Hundreds of of presenters actually well. Over one hundred plus presenters was was gigantic and we heard as people wanted to get that same sense of insight into what's happening with machine learning so we have the machine learning life cycle of that which talks about the full life cycle of machine learning from building the mall to managing an ops and govern insecurity and that is the live part of the event is january twenty sixth through twenty eight th twenty twenty one if you elect to register go to m. l. life cycle conference dot com. We'll have that in our show as well and Yeah we have some fantastic presenters in five topics and three tracks and our guest here. Terra their edge. They're they're actually doing. A session. called accelerating accelerate concept to value human centric design driven a lot of words there. There's a lot of terms of people may be familiar with some of them. They may not be. So maybe if you can. Can you give our listeners. A quick of what the session is about. And maybe some of the main questions and pain points that you're going to be addressing. Yeah thank you. Ron and actually just to right and it may come across as a laundry list of technical jargon and it's it's an i wanna make sure we can talk about it. In some of the audiences are going to be ingenious and audit back on both mock. You come from. Jean backgrounding ingenious with talking about the art of of humanity which the human centric design. What are we going to talk about. Is this first. Thing is gonna lay out the burning platform. We have seen the statistics enough data from gartner to idc that talks about the failures off a adoption. the data continues to show about eighty to ninety percent of machine learning data signs. Big data these initiatives famed to drive value. Because they're not getting adopted and if they're not getting a doctorate in driving value
"genie" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"Hot so gag here. Is that george and dan. I'm married now. But they haven't consummated their relationship and obviously he is desperate to do but she keeps batting off his advances using her position as a movie star as hair. Excuse makeup by day skin cream by night. Now on is played by patricia. Barry and we have seen before in the twilight zone in the episode that chaser and it was a similar kind of wish fulfillment kind of situation but not episode. She'd been given a love potion. That made hair slavishly devoted to the man who had administered it to but in the beginning before the potion was given. She was playing very similar role to this. A woman who men were falling over themselves to be with what she knew how to use that to his best advantage patricia was born patricia. White in iowa in one thousand nine hundred ninety two and it seems that it acting career came about by good old fashioned hard work. She attended college. She got qualifications and then a little bit of good fortune when she won a rita hayworth lookalike contest which got noticed and resulted in a movie contract with warner brothers and in the late forties. She met her husband. Philip barry who was a producer director and she started to use her married name and the two of them worked on several projects together and had a long and successful marriage until he passed away in nineteen ninety eight when we talk about hard. Working actors of the day patricia bari. Definitely ends are title with a hundred and forty five credits to her name. Several of which incorporated multiple episodes of different shows. She started work and she never stopped and one of her notable appearances later on was in twilight zone the movie where she played the mother role in the. It's a good life remake on a screen career literally spanned an incredible sixty eight years ending in twenty fourteen and she passed away at the age of ninety. Three and twenty sixteen. So it's hard to really critique a performance like this when you're not particularly in namur to with the material but i think she does a good job here with what she's been given such as it is and i think it's probably obvious by now that i'm not particularly fond of this episode but what i do get a little bit of a kick out of is how georgia's fantasies are cast with the people. He knows in his life in different roles like his boss or his colleagues and even the man who sold him the lamp in the shop. Make some appearances and even in his fantasy life he struggles to do anything other than picture himself as someone who gets walked all over when he finds an smooching with one of co georgia so downtrodden that he can't even imagine himself having something good in life without losing it. So again that a seats of some interesting stuffy. Because i think a lot of us have that self defeating aspect to our personalities to varying degrees. But it wouldn't be a story about old hollywood with one scene. At least the has an age particularly well when george meets an aspiring actress. Out of hollywood party. That hiding naps them happening down on this level yet. Make you repairs of waste. I has the accidents. It is because you say too much thrown. Would you like your drink now. No no that just to hold. I am under the age under the age to drink. I have this technical problem you see in the years. I am a child. I think i am a tour. Don't you think i am. Yeah i think you mcteer. So i'm not touching that one with a ten foot pole but next up george again goes against what the genie has warned him about. And i kinda liked that aspect to genie was worn against the things that order people do and fall foul of when they actually get their wishes so this time him margins himself as a wealthy businessman nine answer. I see you hear every morning. Don't you miss school. Oh no sir. I wouldn't miss school. I get five from my papers. Then i go to the afternoon session. Ps thirty one incredible..
"genie" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"Who who expect them who. I'm gonna genie lamp. That's who aladdin magic the whole bit jeannie. Jeannie you look like genie. Wardrobe make retains say you see a couple of thousand years ago. I used to wear those crazy balloon long. Johns with do with the wild turban. But let me tell you something. Jack george jack george as long as you healthy today. We dress like the times except for these velvety mccormack's muck looks if if you are the genie then i must be the master of the lamp. Big deal master of lamp. Alright you got yourself a free wish this to be three wishes There's the rub. There used to be three wishes. But let me tell you something jack george. You don't want to change your name. the scene used to include three wishes but the recipients were abused privileged. So we had to cut down so Give it a little dot. Give me a call doing a favor. Will you sleep on it. So the genie of the lamp is played by jock albertson who we have seen before in the twilight zone in the episode the shelter. So i won't really go into his bio but at this point in the episode about fourteen minutes in. I have to say that the comedy is in quite grab me but then we get to this scene. And i think the interplay between jack albertson and howard morris is pretty good you know. I'm not rolling around on the floor laughing but we have two guys here who obviously no comedy raising up some very questionable material at least a little bit but like i said we're only fourteen minutes in and we have thirty five minutes left to go so if this episode is may daughter of these two actors verbally bouncing off each other. Even if every joke doesn't hit. Then i'm thinking maybe this could turn out to be okay and the seems to be at least an effort to be unique with the whole genie thing instead of getting three wishes that don't rotate out like planned. This time george only gets one wish and has to spend some time deciding what that wish is going to be and the genie even gives him some pointers. On what kinds of wishes don't really turn out so while it's a new kind of take on the whole gene anything. The problem is this now means that the genie isn't gonna stick around jack. Albertson's appearance is really. Just a three minute cameo so. The highlight of the episode for me is now gone and strangely mon- grams junior in unlocking the door to a television classic details a possibility that this scene might be reshot now. This is something that. I've not really come across in the twilight zone before in looking into the kind of behind the scene stoff so please excuse my language when i read this for martin grams. Junior writes a letter to rod sailing from ralph w nelson dated november twenty nine thousand nine hundred sixty to verify that they would intentions to reshoot the genie appearance and disappearance sequence in this episode and then he quotes from the letter that the reason is because of the fager like performance of the actor who played genie so i thought about leaving that out put it is what it is so i read it and i thought to myself. Is this misprint. Because martin grams. Junior doesn't really elaborate on the comment or add any fair the commentary on so there's nothing fair than not line itself on that slayer being used now. I know that where it has been used differently. In england for many years in england it was actually a food for many years and then obviously slang wet part of a slang word for the cigarette. I have looked up. The american use of the way to see whether there is some historical kind of evolution of it because sometimes over time where it's become used for different things and they were originally intended so i thought maybe that is the case bought. It seems to me from what i can tell that where has generally in the last hundred years or so has always been used in the unfortunate way that it is now so without any more information it seems that we have to take the comment at face value and it is disappointing that they show that we see is taking such great strides in or the ways certainly wasn't immune to santa amount of prejudice behind the scenes. I guess although. I can't excuse i suppose everything is a janney. Thin is a step you take one step forward the still many steps to go so i guess we have to just file that on the eufor unfortunate move on from it but it seems that when the episode was viewed as a whole there was very little point in spending the extra money to reshoot the scene because this scene was the least of the episodes problems so despite the episode trying to kind of put a different spin on the whole. Genie think what we actually get is probably quite typical of genie stories. But instead of george getting wishes and regretting that he's dunham he imagines what he should wish for and despite the genie warning him not to wish for love the first thing he imagines is the object of his affection from work and being a famous movie star and him being husbands. Make up georgie. You wouldn't want to play my final scene with smeared lipstick which no hike. I guess not final. Same it's been a long grind. They said you could have a couple of weeks off but that was six months ago. We could take our honeymoon now if you want to. That is want to georgie. Makeup all day beauty creams song. They don't pay a movie star to look ugly baby. Don't you think i'm worth waiting for sure puts.
"genie" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"Bit more equal than others especially me. Mr watson is fair roger. now don't don't don't be overconfident. i'm sure he will weigh carefully comparative experience in debt financing and in evaluating liabilities that oh george one reason i am more equal than you. What what is you're always thinking about. Debits and liabilities when they are assets like her around who here birthday. The girl and this entire. I'm.
Enby People Don't Owe You Androgyny
"What we're talking about today. Is this idea of and rajini and that Tran or that trans nonbinary folk. But specifically non binary folk half to feel the pressure to conform to androgen e Now we're gonna be talking a little bit about that. But how do we define androgen. I'm sure that we can find it in a dictionary but like what does androgen e what is the definition of androgen e that we can work with that. The audience can sort of understand a little bit easier. I always think of like the the way androgen. He is generally portrayed in media where it's like a. It's generally like i think of you know like bowie or someone like that. That's you know very like and it's usually usually are either an Assigned male person or an aside female person with a smaller chest. It's usually about being very small and kind of like lake Ethereal looking. I guess thing and it's a it's more about like not having any defining gender caracteristics in your appearance than like actually being any any you know. Form of non binary Me like a good example. That i like to Exactly what kind of looting to somebody. Purely neutral in their appearance right. So oftentimes that means that they're lending or attributes of the two sides of the binary. Right so somebody be in a suit wearing make right you know for the rest of piety. That's a combination of two sides of one coin that everybody else kind of sees whereas you know internally especially for folks who are non binary sometimes. It's it's not about the appearance. It's about how you feel or how you act so i know like for me I enjoy wearing a tux in getting dressed up. But i also really enjoy playing on my skintight floral chance or you know or I do do make up every now. And then and sundays depending on how the winds blowing. I really enjoy that or sometimes. I don't care you know so. I think that there needs to be understanding for the audience that what the world thinks is android genie versus what i think nonbinary people think is android need. There's a slight deviation there In that the we don't have to work so hard to show the world androgynous in the way that you expected right like i said i don't know if that helps the audience understand. What makes it even more vague. But i think that's kind of yeah. It's that like that like It expects you have aspects of both ends of the gender spectrum as opposed to like it they want you to be like right in the middle of it as opposed to like like ashley was saying. It's a whole a whole bag. And i think that was for me. roadblock came to was that i am very comfortable being sam presenting like You know i. I like where closed from the men's section occasionally and just kind of grungy but like overall i'm presenting which really was Like even even in the queer community. I felt like i. You know i like appeared as a woman and i wasn't sure how to make that distinction and that was it ended up being. I just talk about and say it all the time which works. But yeah i felt like because i wasn't interested in appearing like a man and especially because i i wasn't you know necessarily thinking about any actual medical transitioning that i was excluded from that world The as i was like well. If i'm comfortable appearing like this then. I can't actually mean it. I was gonna offer one other examples. So i mean some of the examples. We've talked about about what the world sees androgen. He said like bowie stuff of that. Where it's like taking a little bit from both sides Another really good example. I mean If anybody's watched the show sheron a huge fan of sheron. I think the queer community inherently lows. She raw for reasons. Hail yeah Double trouble in a perfectly neutral character and it was it wasn't even it wasn't ever questioned or considered you know what side right of the historical binary that you know that person would all on and the characters only ever used day to address double trouble so you know dole troubles like a perfect example of somebody. That's perfectly on that neutral line that doesn't waiver to either side. And even that's a form of androgen that i think is a high expectation but it's another good example of just perfectly right there in the middle and so i figured i'd offer that or that helps the audience
Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny dupes spy into revealing how he was poisoned - CNN
"Russian spy unwittingly revealed how Russian agents nearly killed opposition leader Alexei Navalny back in August when they placed the lethal nerve agent Nova shock inside Navalny's underpants. Even stranger. The spy disclosed that detail to navalny himself who was Impersonating a high ranking Russian official on the phone. CNN's Cloris Award broke this story in collaboration with the investigative outlet Belling Cat and Dirt Spiegel, and she joins us via Skype. Claressa welcome. Thank you so much for having me on Peter, and let's start with a little more context. Here. Back in August, Navalny was flying to Moscow from the city of Tomsk when he became very ill on the airplane, And here he is recounting that moment. To you. Let's listen. I get out of this bus room tone over to the flight attendant and said him I was poisoned. I'm gonna dive and then then I lay down under his feet in tow to die. So the pilot then diverted the plane to the Russian city of Omsk Navalny survived. He's now in Germany. But tell us what you learned about the days and hours leading up to that moment on the airplane. I mean, you know, it's just been extraordinary to get this kind of insight into how an elite team of FSB Russian State Security service operatives With a specialty in chemical weapons, many of them doctors, scientists operating out of the UN remarkable Moscow suburb were able to essentially trail Navalny's every move for more than three years. Then, as you said in August, Navalny became very sick on the way back from Tomsk on this flight, and the Germans once he was able to be transported to Germany confirmed that he had been poisoned with not be chock. We now know that that Na'vi chalk was planted. In Navalny's underpants If you can believe that, Wow, What is that? Details say to you. So we spoke to a lot of experts about this to try toe understand it better both from the point of view of understanding whether the intention was to kill or possibly just incapacitate. And by the way, all of them agree. You can only really be looking to kill when you're using Na'vi chalk outside of a laboratory. But also to get a better sense of why would they put Nova Chuck in the underpants? And particularly this one operative describes in this now famous phone call to Alexei Navalny were Navalny was posing as a senior national security aide conducting an investigation into the operation. He tells him. Listen, we put it on the underwear on the inside seems of the crotch area and experts Have told us that the groin area is particularly porous, particularly susceptible. This kind of poisoning, So they certainly knew what they were doing it as you say It was navalny himself, who was able to coax these details out of this agent who was a part of this toxins team. Why didn't have only do that? How did Navalny do that? So when I was in Moscow last week with my team, we all set about trying to confront some of the people that through this investigation with Belling cat we have been able to identify as part of this FSB toxins team. Then they landed on this idea of pretending to be someone high up within the Russian hierarchy, and they were able to disguise Phone number they were using to make it look like they were calling from an FSB landline. And if you listen to the conversation, it's it's something like 45 minutes long. It does take a while to persuade this operative his name is constant included. It's if he graduated from the Russian Academy of Chemical Defense. It does take him a while to be persuaded that it's OK for him to have this conversation on an open line. With navalny, But once he starts talking boy, does he start talking? Well. Vladimir Putin himself has said that if his agents wanted to kill navalny, they would have done it. So what do you make of that reaction in Russia? About how high up this operation went in the government? Well, I mean, this puts the Kremlin in an extraordinarily embarrassing and uncomfortable position because just last week, President Putin, responding to our reporting, said, What's the big deal? So what the FSB were following Navalny? That's normal because he works with us intelligence services. That doesn't mean they poisoned him. Well, fast forward just a few days, And here we are with concrete evidence that in fact, that team of operatives who were following him did poison him. And so how on earth does the Kremlin go about wriggling out of this one, Essentially I will say that unlike last week where it was much more silent, and the Russian media and people weren't really talking about it, perhaps because they were fearful this time, people are starting to talk about it. We've already seen Russian journalist trying to go to the address off. This could threats at this operative who unwittingly confessed to Alexei Navalny. And I think it's going to be very difficult for the Russian government to put this genie back in the bottle. Just briefly, Claressa. It is amazing to see you sitting there in front of Alexei Navalny, who had gone through such a tremendously traumatic ordeal on this airplane getting poison. He's been a thorn in the side of Vladimir Putin for many years. It's amazing that he's still alive. How is his health? How's he doing? He has made nothing short of a miraculous recovery, and all of his doctors say the same thing. What is even more extraordinary is that Alexei Navalny is still planning to go back to Russia. He says. He's a Russian politician. He belongs in Russia, and he would never give Putin such a gift, he
Raiders lose QB Carr, fall in overtime to Chargers, Herbert
"And chargers from last night chargers rookie justin herbert having himself a seasoning looked. Great again is quarterback sneak in overtime helped. The chargers win the raiders however their woes continued they lost derek carr early on replaced by marcus. Mariota was nice to see him in there. You look good look. Good enough raiders. Lose again it's four of five now in the loss column for them with their playoff hopes. All but dead coach. Genie is joining the conversation this morning. Good coach good morning but nick. I want to start with you. This raiders started six and three. They your chiefs. They were rolling what happened. How did this team fall apart. One second just very quickly. I'm happy for marcus. mariota chance. I thought he played well. I in came. Maybe gets an opportunity to compete for a starting quarterback job. It's always conducted himself well in this league and obviously didn't work out in tennessee. So i'm happy for him. Now to the raiders. Nobody likes somebody to say. I told you so. But i told you so. Everyone's like oh nick right and such a hater oh after they lost to the chiefs game on dvd. And everyone. everyone's congratulating the raiders though. They're dangerous they're scary. Oh they've given the chiefs try. They beat them once second done. And what i tell you. They're going to be the best team to miss. The i might be wrong about that. Not even sure. They're better than the vikings so they're going to be one of the best teams to miss the playoffs coach. They have a fancy new stadium in vegas. They haven't read. What fans there next year when fanshawe do you think they'll have one banner for beating the chiefs or two banners for beating the chiefs and almost beating the chiefs a second time as those are the two best moments of the gruden era. I'm not sure because this team has been terrible. Since they played the chiefs the second time some would say the chiefs still their soul. I don't know. I wouldn't go that far but i know their defense stinks their quarterback. Okay and jon. Gruden falls apart in the second half a season. These are things i know. And some of sought coming other people thought. Irina haters happened to the raiders. And do i take joy in the raiders failures. Yeah i do actually quite a bit. Where's that victory now. how about that. Where's your victory lap. Now remember that moment of arrowhead that your
"genie" Discussed on The Zest
"Immigrants to connect with their ancestors and pass on traditions for a method of preserving long forgotten memories. Genie Mill grump is a Catholic born cuban-american in Miami which raised her roots back over hundreds of years to search out a story about her Jewish ancestors. Spanish inquisition, an old family recipes she's the author of the Cookbook recipes from my fifteen grandmothers. There is a lot to your story but in the interest of time I'm just going to recap a little bit of what was in your memoir, your family escape from Castro's Cuba to Miami in nineteen sixty, you were raised as a devout Catholic. But even so you always felt a connection to Judaism. And you ended up converting. To Judaism in fact, even Orthodox Judaism. along the way you married at age seventeen. you divorced you raise two children as a single mom and then you married you ended up marrying a Jewish man. And eventually you started doing genealogy. And you did not know that your background was. Jewish. Tell me a little bit about that. Correct and by the way you did that. So well, you know you could sit in in my zooms now and don't my story introduce you. Yes that would be amazing. So yes. So after several years of marriage I started digging into the family background of because my grandmother had left me some jewelry that was like started David and my mom had insisted that she be buried immediately and so she and my my grandfather were first classes and when I went back to Spain when back to Portugal. Years Maybe for me to get a direct maternal lineage initially to fifteen forty five when I wrote my first my fifteen grandmothers but not really being able to fully document their Jewishness until I got back to fourteen five. Wendy two grandmothers in a row pre inquisition Spain. Portugal. And that is when I found about forty five relatives of had been judged in. Burlington F. in the inquisition. These were the Jews in Spain that. Converted ostensibly, they converted because of the Spanish inquisition but many of them continued to practice Judaism in secret which meant carrying on. The traditions and the kosher food traditions. The kosher food traditions are strong because when I read the inquisition judgments what people were sent to the prison for a lot of it has to do with food. They would eat beans on a day that they weren't allowed to or they would eating meat for example, on a time that they couldn't like let's say the conflicts don't eat meat during lent snow that would be eating meat during lent, and then they say this one is not Catholic and they'd take 'em in or they would be eating meat on a Friday back in the day you remember. Only fish was eaten on Friday if you were Catholic. So a lot of what I was seeing was a food related was how they were being brought in to the inquisition Gaols, which was incredible. Something that was interesting that you wrote about was that grew up you came from Cuba to Miami that Catholicism went back a long time. But you talk about the fact that there were these customs especially in the kitchen with your maternal grandmother. That she called. Family Customs but you realize later were actually based on Jewish dietary law. Correct than those very strong because my grandmother had five grand children four of us were granddaughters. So it was me that I guess from a very young age. I started questioning everything and I mean young like six and I was just questioning. So my grandmother saw that in me. Said, they were Jews, but she taught me for example, It's very forbidden for US enjoy strategy law to consume any kind of blood. And Checking the eggs in a separate container before you put them into a recipe is like that is it Kosher WanNa one and she taught me to do that at a very young age I used to bake with our another thing. That is really So incredible was We take a little bit of the dough when we make more than five pounds of recipe and we'd burn it, and until it just burns to a crisp and that is done today by Jewish women when they make Hala it's a moment that you're giving like an offering of a little piece of the dough and then you say Special Prayers and heavens you're supposed to be opened. For these prayers when you you take the time to do my grandmother taught me to do this without the prayers take the dog put an aluminum foil, put it in the back of the oven and burn it and checking the send the vegetables for insect where forbidden to eat any kind of an insect and men my grandmother would. Come out and weed out, and you know she a Lotta switched art which is very buggy. and. So I was heart all this and I just didn't put together even though I was learning about the Jewish faith I just did not. And so the checking for the insects as you say, it was a little it was more than just washing making sure that you got the sand out of the leaks. It was more than washing the vegetables. There was this. Obsessive nece that she taught you about about looking for insects. And as you said it just. Didn't really make sense in the context of nobody else is doing this right exactly. I didn't know because if you're eleven or twelve and you're in your grandma's kitchen and she's Listen this is how we do it in our family. You're like, okay, you know let me learn and then when you get older and you start quoting around other, they're going like, what would you big? So. Yeah and my mom never they never said anything to Jimmy my mom denied. Having any documents? I think years later I found that a lot of those documents that took me ten eleven twelve years to find mom had the originals. You know we moved her out of the house because she had Alzheimer's and took her to a memory care center, and that's when I started opening drawers in suitcases and going. Oh my gosh. What is going on here documents that I paid a genealogist to dig out of files. So my dad's family and my mom's family went from the inquisition. Spain. In Portugal Lisbon, Portugal and then down to canary. Islands inquisition, and then Cuba meaning from both sides. This these grandmothers were yelling. And screaming..
"genie" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"genie" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Are you familiar with these diaper genies? I don't know. Yeah. They didn't have genie's back then. But essentially, it's a trash can that sort of locks in the smell of the waste that way. Your home doesn't smell like it. But there seemed to be very clear instructions that you shouldn't wait more than two days to to throw the waste out upset Chris Cody waits a week and a half. Oh. League. Chris come on the whole point of the diaper genie is to wait you fill it up. And then when it's filled empty it. I'm not saying it's gotta be filled up in less than a week. Right. That's what I mean. I don't know where Mike just said a week and a half. I don't know where he got this two day rule. The rule is when it's filled Yelm, it the whole the whole reason it was invented is. Because it keeps the smell right wrapped. But you can feel free to eat at anytime. You don't have to wait till you empty your trash Wentz half-full. No, not wasting. I do that smell. If there's human feces in. Original guy. I I think everyone's tonal change a little bit. Once they have to actually, you know, ROY has a kid. Oh, I haven't been throwing Chris. Typer Jeanie Jeanie four people telling you that your approach is Ross. My take was poop is too heavy. That's what I said. Because when I empty out this thing it's way to have. That's your fault. It's not the poop. It's a week and a half two weeks of Kalisz. It's got I look, I'm not a diaper genie guy. I think that came after my parenting, but. Man. It does seem like a week and a half would be a little long. It's less than a week. It's when it fills up. Okay. You shouldn't wait all the way. Especially if some of the poop at the bottom of the of the wastebasket is, you know, several days old cau- hoops too heavy. It's the same in Gundy Thursday, and it's a perfect day for STAN to join Dan today because Dan is glowing day. It is a big day for an assault on shame at tourism. I we know what's going to happen today. And he's got his brother in arms. Same in gun gonna you guys are going to go to town on the NC double A Zion. Williamson shouldn't play another second for Duke basketball. Is that the take that we're going to hear today? You know, what I mean that's been Scottie Pippen's take for for a long time. He was the first one I heard come out with that. Listen, I understand the cinnamon I do in from a from a purely business standpoint. I would understand it. If if Zion Williamson shut it down. I just personally hope we don't get to that point in college sports. I mean people say, well, why should he play about because you like basketball and you want to compete? I mean, does there need to be another reason to that? But I understand the other side of it. And I certainly wouldn't be one criticizing Zion Williamson if he decided to sit out I don't think he will. And I hope he doesn't stand. That's interesting because to me Zion has a winning. Lottery ticket and if you actually had that but couldn't cash it until June. I think you do everything you could to protect that lottery ticket. Right. So I I don't know. I'm wondering because I think coach K should tell him Zay on your days, Duke or done. All right. You got bigger things on the horizon. What would you do as a coach you would want him to selfishly play? Right. Absolutely. Right. And that's why look one of the things that. I've always thought is coaches should never be part of those medical decisions. I don't I don't care what level and I never was part of them. This is certainly gotta be zions choice whenever they decide the severity of the injury. And like I said, I would not be critical of him. If he decided to sit out I would understand it. I just hope it doesn't come to that. I mean, you know, I it's look it's part of the problem with the system they should be able to go right from high school and play. But then are we going to get to the point in high school while I'm the number one guy in my class?.
"genie" Discussed on That Awful Sound
"Kebir what if like this whole thing was really just about christina aguilera being a really evil gene there is at be is literally zero metaphor and with it all just herds is being an actual evil genie is ease blair it has a healthy a dang just come and set me free baby than all it's like if you love christina aguilera ovary and then if she comes back then it was meant to be once yes that's the praise baker carmen she comes back in and it was meant to be can you imagine earn in your hand and like they live let us he's a middleaged she's a mini jeannie were you better fingering the audience she's an allpowerful genie which she's dstld the size of action resume razor and that's my wishes either like i want the fuck uber do not get any bigger stay the says feliz oh my god who faces gonna follow up handheld evil genie okay and then we get the bridge which is just a lot of yeah come on in come on come on or come come run over come on come on now no yeah though the whole the whole come come that's like a like i was saying before this just a you know a in artistic device used by plenty of masters of this genre lick of light at site south i tried to say about an hour ago as also interrupted back i am so sorry to get just trying to say like the whole come come thing like it's it's just it's very effective tool used by masters like crazy town for instance come come my lady like this is just you know well trod territory for a reason because it works so well.