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"george markle" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Mike. Yesterday's James falls of physics estimates. Today he's also co director of the center for flights and superconducting technologies at question. Jim thank you for having. Yeah thanks for doing there. So i have to want you jim before you start I was not in the mid eighty s. And it's getting school out but since then i've lost most of engineering so i ask you some basic questions on all topics today Then so i want to start with a. It's a get bill de superconductors. Make better quality celebrators and so this is from last year you say be. She'll impurities can increase the maximum accelerated field of superconducting radio frequency. Cavities in finding the huge potential savings now. So superconductors are are these things that can connect custody but regardless nova systems but what superconducting radio frequency cavities their their superconductors in the shape of a cavalier. So there you actually pull off the air or the interior of the doctor Think of it is not something elipsoid and the typical sizes will be on the order of of a a meter to half meter and some smaller material is used furby land for building suburban radio radiofrequency. Check these we call him as our f kennedy's for short Is a is a matured as a mill. Ob his niobium each elemental superconductor is It's easy to relatively easily manufacturer. She'd serve This how and shape it into geometry's you want and there's a lot of engineering that goes into designing the shape of these categories. Warn the purpose of supporting electromagnetic reaper waves inside of the cabin. And so so so you get super conduct acting phenomenon all the in the cavity superconductivity on x to So let me just say the. The the purpose of these care is is You string together. And if you put charged particles view inject charged particles electrons and protons into the cavity. The electric field of magnetic wave in the cavity can accelerate the judge portal's through the county. And what you do. Is you string many of these. These these kennedy's together. And you coordinate the direction of the electric field. That provides a force in george markle's such that they drove from cavity to county get an additional kick additional force that way you're allowed to you're able to accelerate the charged particles through through the cabinet that makes up the exhort for example the territory on harvey bar the a the r these accelerator large hadron collider in geneva the superconductor its purpose is the the it is to shield to prevent the electromagnetic field from escaping the walls of the cavity and superconductivity is is the is the physics behind find the field inside the vacuum of the solar and so the large hadron collider really big machine but he expensive so so this idea would this help I know that has been some The might years on desktop accelerators. So could you make you know. We swore versions of a particle accelerator using this in the firm nationally. Silla reiter led the design of charities accelerators for many different purposes beyond just doing fundamental physics at very large facilities like like the alleged cer the temperature on slack so their commercial uses for long used as technology for for medical studies to charged particles or radiation to mitigate tissues in some cases are there's a lot of uses for celebrators. These allow us sort of the veterans that have been conducted at a. Let's see Off that has been planned or this would be in a different commission collection. Llc in future direction for next generation for looks over from physics brisket up not down. It's a matter of Of of just how much you can accelerate particles and get them up to high enough energy so that you can explore regions of physics that haven't been explored before so the next generation round up breathe or the next generation of of the international collider will will be larger scale or on a different design in a circular than than a circular accelerators. Such as alex. See the japanese. Government is considering building a high-powered linear accelerator. Future and the firm labs will be involved in designing the cavities for that accelerate. So the union accelerators rather than the the one that be having geneva though. So how how big Watch the length of that year actually to that's being planned. Oh yeah so. I'm not the expert on the on the japanese machine but the ones lack is on. Order of cloners won't okay. So so this technology you see here that The call impurities increase the maximum excavating field. So this is this is sort of new right. So you mentioned the opium as sort of the substrate. That's being used so so. What's.
"george markle" Discussed on Giddy Up
"It's beta site as of about two weeks ago. He was the wealthiest man on the planet. so he's he's obviously done a few things right now during the week. This is las week He put out these little. Didn't he He put out his cryptic tweet. Now the tweet just said the top left there on the screen for those who are watching us signals. Now i wanna people have gone. This is a beautiful teeth. So they've found his company code signal advance and everyone just started buying shaving signal advance and a correction after you can see the little little Yeah triangle he and basically this is and this is really happened. The the share price went up. Eleven thousand seven hundred eight percent in three days of the back of that single tweet from alignment so it's market value. Went from fifty five million to seeks billion dollars in three days. And unfortunately he's looking at that. You're telling me that one shape or more reckoning of that is that was at about ten bucks and it went to forty dollars a share but before that it wasn't even then it was literally danny. The bottom here was with the whole senses and Point three cents to fifty two and it went up to forty bucks in three die so now unfortunately it turns out that some musket absolutely nothing to do that he was just referring to something completely separate so had nothing to do with that company and ask fit say you could see the plummet air on the graph just jumped off it domesticated enough shades or nothing eating ball and none of that. Nothing nothing to do with it. Yeah pretty amazing. Isn't it so the power of elon musk. The bizarre news segment and well august came across. These amaze me george monaco. You remember george. Markle from william exactly fantastic. Seeing osco had some absolutely correct. But guess what george. Marco wasn't his real name. And we we. We uncovered the george marco actually telling him what he's real name. Was you have to hear the audio to because there's no way could actually pronounce of it. He's the actual footage at With fans obviously guys back a wall as you'll see in the footage but you should be out of your no problem. George film offers. I would like to try one day. But i think i'm going to wait until people are not so concerned about seeing george michael and also until people stop offering me lousy parts. Lame which is what my real name. Somebody told me you were going to try and say this. But i believe them because my my real name is euro skiavo.
"george markle" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Stay with us in the second half hour on this Wednesday morning. June third folks and We are trying to address various aspects of this a national tragedy of the story that started in Minneapolis We could go Monday with the death of George Floyd was He died after having his having a police officer neal on his neck for nearly nine minutes and three other officers were standing around, and not intervening in this and obviously folks. No, there has been an outburst of anger. and sadness and demonstrations and protests around the country since the those events. Occurred in Minneapolis and yesterday, we had on the program Curtis. Reed Junior an African American man, who is the executive director of the Vermont partnership for fairness and diversity curtis done a lot of work with police departments in the state of Vermont to Try to help them. train officers to eradicate any racial bias that could occasionally shows up in in the work and Interestingly we had a a statement issued by the by the Vermont Association of Fleece of chiefs of Police, I should say on Association of Chiefs of Police, which represents local police departments around the state and Came out very strongly condemning the the incident in Minneapolis and talking about the need for a police officers to redouble their efforts to avoid these kinds of things, and also for the public in general and police officers, everyone just to try to treat each other with a little more respect than civility and kindness, and all those good things. The President of the Vermont Association of Chiefs of Police is George Markle. He's also the police chief in Virginia. And he joins us this morning on the day. Graham show here wd FM and am and the chief. Oh. Thanks very much for coming on our air. Good Morning. Good morning and I saw your statement, and I and I thought that it was very clear in direct in its condemnation of these acts of the by this officer show van of the of the Minneapolis police in the death of Georgia Floyd and We spoke earlier this morning and you were saying that One of the real one of the real. Painful things about this is just that that this kind of an incident tends to be smart. Your entire profession is that right? Absolutely I that's. That's an understatement. And tell us how that feels. I mean when you when you see video like this one. That was everybody was carrying out a Minneapolis last week. What do you what what goes through you? I just within my own department, I. Fairly comfortable speaking for everybody else. That I've talked to It was a matter of shock. It was a it was revolting and. Officers were outraged there was. There was. There's no really there's no real word that can. Portray how he felt about that that was. That was horrendous that that's. We deal with all kinds of things in the course of our duties. And violence Is a terrible part of it. We've scars on. Everybody involved both the victim and and the officer that is responding to it and whatever else. When it comes from one of our own officers that's. That's terrible. Yeah, and and I have to ask you, too about And I want to get in a little bit of this specifics of police training in how to respond to something like this. You're in a group of officers you're. You're one four at the scene of you know what turns out here to a a very petty crime I mean the passing of counterfeit. Twenty dollar bill. I think is what they were accusing Mister, floyd and and So you have A. You have four officers on the scene. In one of them. I mean I I can sort of imagine one somebody. One person just really lose his cool You know very individualized basis especially having you know what amounts to temper tantrum and and starting to do something that is a very dangerous you know obviously kneeling on somebody's neck is is is a very dangerous thing. The thing the the part of the equation. I cannot get to frankly is how the other guys don't pull them off. What we what are the when they're? I can't answer that I can't tell you what happened. I can just tell you that. there. Everybody Watch that video I mean whether you'd be civilian and police. has asked the same question. How can you stand there and let that happen? And and I can't speak for. Those people out there I can just tell you that the. Mealy on the man's neck is not an accepted practice never should have happened, and the other officers should have intervened. there's there's no excuse for that I and again. I There's no explanation for that. There is absolutely none. And one thing I want to make it clear. When I said one of our officers that that individual is not one of our officers. Vermont officers. That's not from. That may happen somewhere else, but I want to get that. When I said that is not one of our officers. that the practice that that's not a practice it's that's just not an accepted. Way of controlling person. You don't do that that that's that's. Lethal consequences as we saw. And And why these officers didn't intervene, I can't answer for them, but I can tell you. They should have absolutely and I speak from my department that if anybody ever did do that, which I, I can't believe that whatever happened I don't believe that would ever happen. I can tell you that somebody. Would be grabbing officer Yanking them off, it'd probably put them in the cruiser interminable back to the office, and then we would address out after the situation was dealt with, but that is not. That as you can see the as Astra's consequences. There's no excuse for that. Yeah, and and I I'll tell you I. It's the much more normal behavior from everything. I know and I'll tell you a little story about It's like sort of. One one police officer was going off, frankly in the and his colleagues grabbed him restrained I was a reporter for a while down in Massachusetts early in my career was actually. Please please court reporter. There was an incident where. A. Young man was accused of raping the daughter of a police officer and He ended up being arrested and brought down to this station and when. Herve the victim's father who's also a senior police officer in this department heard that This man was there. He was getting ready to basically. Go. Probably commit violence on them, frankly, and and the other officers on senior basically put them in a chair and held him there and we'll. Have to you know I will tell you. Rape is a heinous crime. And there isn't a person that. I know of that if they're heart was raped. they would have some very adverse reaction to that I'm not making a game for that, but in that case where? those officers intervened and grab that officer and restrained more or or put them in a chair. They did the right thing They absolutely did the right thing. Yeah, and and and I. I really have to believe that they did the normal thing in a circumstance like that You know well. It's not a day in and day out..
"george markle" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"The. From Radio Vermont. It's the Dave Ramsey. Show on wd. It's your show. About the people places and the issues that matter the most to you. Now, here's your host Dave Graham. Wednesday June the third twenty twenty and we have good full show lined up for you this morning. We're going to be speaking I in just a minute or so with Kevin mccollum. he is a reporter for seven days, and has been doing an excellent job covering statehouse in politics, and so once a rival I think from California. not too long ago. Maybe a year ago, and we'll check on all that in a couple minutes so with Kevin but. Later on in the second part of this hour, we're going to be speaking. With chief George Markle of the Virgin's police is also president of the Vermont. Association of Chiefs of Police and. Issued an interesting statement about the death of George Floyd Minneapolis, and of course all the reaction to that over the past ten ten, or so days are nine or so days I guess it is since that happened and chief Merck will be my guest from nine thirty five to ten, and then in the second hour of we are going to be I I hope I. think talking to one of. Of Our CBS news correspondents near the top of that, and then going to a pair of people who are opposite sides of a question about the future of Vermont Dairy Industry Blogger former journalists time. Lobbyists are my now blogger. Kevin Ellis is gonNA be joining me. He has a very provocative piece out this week. Talking about how the state shouldn't be devoting Cova demorcacy money as proposed to to the. To the Dairy Industry Vermont The dairy industry in Vermont is in big trouble. Economically it's got some environmental issues, et Cetera Kevin thinks it ought to be allowed to just sort of wither away. I'm GONNA pair him. Though with young and very dynamic dairy farmer, from Orange County by they marry white voice, she is a big defender and booster of the dairy industry and Vermont doesn't WanNa hear a word of this so I'm. I'm I I. WE'RE GONNA. Keep it civil, but I'm sure there will be some pointed discussion here I think about the future of dairy in Vermont in the second hour of the program today, so that should be interesting as well, but let's start off with Kevin mccollum this morning. Kevin good piece. You have coming out today seven days I got A. Your you folks are helping me out a lot by giving me a little bit of advance, warning about what's coming and I get to i. saw the piece overnight and was a was able to figure out what's going on from Europe perspective anyway on this on this question of of mail in voting in Vermont and once she gives us. well the papers now let's call it a pre-cap instead of a recap. How's that? Yeah, that works me. Okay. What are you report? What are you reporting today? Well, so when seven days come hits the street and a few hours here There's a story in there that I. Think is headlined one person one stamp and it's. tries to get to the bottom of why the issue of whether the state should switch to a mail in vote in November is such a contentious issue in Vermont, obviously nationally There's been a lot of talk about doing this as a lot of partisanship on it. There's been a lot of vitriol. There's the president has been attacking the concept of mail in voting as For fraud, and that as I think bled down into the local debate a little bit and what you're seeing is this protracted disagreement between Republicans and Democrats in the state of Vermont about how whether we should go forward with and mail voting. Yeah it's it's. It's interesting and the The legislation passed early this year. Basically set up the governor, and the Secretary of state who are of course from two different parties Jim Communists as a Democrat Phil Scott Governor and Phil Scott is a Republican and they were tasked with basically coming up with decision about mail in voting. For Vermont this year, and and more specifically decision about whether to basically send ballots out to all voters for the November election, which is what secretary condos wants to do. and so but this is this partnership has not been. Not Been Super Smooth looking to tell us about that now, so you're absolutely right. The legislature figured well. You know if we're GONNA have an a change to the elections that the state of Vermont has in twenty twenty given.
"george markle" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Pierced jewellers is the place to go shop local shop smart shop jewelers all right man tell me if I'm an idiot or not and please wait until I asked the question because I think you want to answer right now it feels like we're doing a lot better this afternoon on the roads then what we thought it would be like save this earlier today around one or two o'clock yeah I think that's accurate I thought it was going to be real you know what show here the seven right but the other states actually I mean they're covered it it's treacherous out there but as far as rex were doing a lot better than what I thought we would it's kind of calm down since we're talking earlier this afternoon earlier this evening I mean I can tell you west bound for sixty five we clear to crash here was in the dish they fished it out we're done here except for the traffic stop and go running from sixty five over thirty one pass that that's also slowing down northbound sixty five from Southport road up to four sixty five heavy on the ramp to west bound for sixty five southbound sixty five seventy still stop and go in the collector from the Norse went down to Washington because of a wire in the road be careful there hello Jeff do kind of a junk yard is five double crashes I can tell you northbound calendar twenty fifth another one near seventy first and then ninety six it's spring mill road is trash and southbound spring mill road at ninety six three thirty years at sixty five crash there and we're looking at northbound sixty five right now also pretty heavy here coming out of downtown traffic sponsored by here's a jeweler George Markle three this Christmas so don't be a Grinch spoil your loved one with a little blue box appears jewelers in Carmel I may have their father was on Twitter for instant traffic updates at W. I. B. C. traffic snow is still falling we are still under that a winter weather warning until seven AM tomorrow holding steady at thirty two degrees at the American standard heating weather center at ninety three W. IBC amber Nigel show on ninety three W. IBC survey came up with the most popular cookies in every state the post popular Christmas cookies in every state hammer.
"george markle" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Get into those two tight end sets with both she and her in a way that search so so much for the impact of the playbook dolphin divines really got the interior of the offense of line got what there's the play right in the in the first half I believe it is where there's that dropped her section two fifty. rose from his right to his last. it's a touchdown it just says the second big take a three step drop in lead reveals Cordell Protestant downfield yes the book not terrible decision yes the move because the internal pressure and then lastly Mr Christie this is the major Kerr basically we talked about I've heard every Wednesday many did play in the preseason it shows yes and it showed in two ways one could really on aggressive be needing there was no commitment from the state like I'm confident we're I'm throwing this football and then you could tell it I just weren't comfortable and I always say this of the hardest things after a long period of time is is getting back to seeing speed in the Pooler of color and it just wasn't there I'm not concerned but it it showed up last week that was Dan Orlovsky on with captain company earlier this week the follow up to that statement for more loss he was this is Matt Nagy coaching around Mitch Tribbett skis deficiencies your data loss he well you certainly can see in the play calling that the culture around them right at the you can he he throws that are under ten yard he's really efficient with those and the big thing if you watch him throw the football in a row that is under ten yards in comparison to the throw that over ten and I'm telling you watch the commitments are the confidence is the show like you're watching screws put into the ground back put into the ground and deliver a ball constantly in it you can either that the transfer of weight from the right the left and it's just that the confidence that is B. R. showing and then you watch it so the ball over ten yards and there is a lack of confidence there's a there's a almost like a a he's he relied on his feet in a way and Anders that everyone knows you kind of had that little hospital found and so you can see that play calling why they coach around it what should they do you know what it's it's it's it's gonna be a rap thing that you get comfortable back back being comfortable because again this is something he got a lot. is it better with last year you got to get back to being in game and getting hit and urine colored bodies all around and getting that confidence but it really starts on that ground up but they need to do is get him back playing again I know people in Chicago are freaking out and I probably there's probably people listening going may he never said anything bad about the trip later but he let's give him another week of actually playing football games before we have a total feel of how he's going to be this year thanks Dan Orlovsky you can hear him every week on captain company right here on ESPN one thousand great stuff on the quarterback Chris black camera dollars Steve Mongo McMichael what do you think of what or lawsuits brought down with her basically it's what I've always said you don't actually have to have had played the game to know what's going on. old Danny boys for held that clipboard pretty good evening. we also ran out the back of the ends of that alliance but like I said the only thing he talked about his route all right on right on you know he drops back is collected J. color when he saw in a deep pass you don't go out of office the bad foot right being thrown through it you see that don't you know that just like you talk about social breath he draws back and puts his back foot in the ground of both well when he draws back to throw a long pass he draws back exactly even back when he throws it were there times last season guys that we saw archer busy throwing down the field where he looked confident though like I I you know even the wild card game fourth quarter he looked confident stepping up in the pocket why did he look like you lack so with so little confidence. their work in training camp baby he hasn't been doing that so he has confidence isn't there today he had to stop in the pot a pocket in make throws really knows yet comments zero not until he's until their work on in practice like they should or the game should have gone by where he's actually work through it and realized what he should do in the game when it should be a practice but they don't practice five days should so it's got to be game experience for him right well man it takes awhile because I only do once a week not three times a week we saw he was successful last week when he was going to his first read so you had that that deep past Allen Robinson that was his first read when they were late in the fourth quarter and they were driving down the field and he was having all those quick drop drop off those are all his first read he's super confident when it comes to his first read when his first free is open if his first reads not open. it's not gonna have this is a problem I got with the more radical attitude he's got you read your primary receiver he didn't get Moran I know. that means more on time stand. you reach your primary receiver word that coverages on here before the ball is snapped you don't get the ball in your hand locating the open if you see that safety. coming all cross that that George Markle. he's going to be over the top of that was their primary receiver right so maybe you're. receiver that tagging running down the scene before the ball is served that's what I'm told the ball. not what you got the ball my primaries covered who's next. that's what happens yeah the processing chip in the head you don't have that much time to process and is very few quarterbacks that can stay in their process everything from them and figure it out you're going to get action go that's what I say about my defense we were a run away freight train by being if you're standing on the tracks you're going to get run over the smart ones just jumped off the track. right by yeah yeah. jumping off the track means you're already thrown the ball. three seconds now he's out of his hands you know we're in sitting there staring at your primary receiver and wonder what the coverages after the ball is snapped I'll go take more three seconds my friend absolutely and and I think that's also where the running game also works into this because of the ball is also out of your quarterbacks hands pretty quickly right how long does it take our hand the ball off western second all over your own hand it off well this is in the defense of mentality I think Nagy has got himself pigeon holed you know the electric gas or lost you said the Packers will run in their nickel de and down defense the whole game they were worried about the run well one one day because Nagy day no net every team in the league knows Nagy. his genius is almost all the ball so you see you put your damn in their new a word about how many guys you got in the box does it make a difference to you whether or not the running plays are coming out of the shot gun or should Mr basically be under center play action my friend so you want do you want to understand yeah I agree up he's not a franchise quarterback and only a franchise quarterback needs to be standing back there and shot go Mongo all you have to do is look at the Dallas Cowboys when the cowboys run play action for dak Prescott he is one of the best quarterbacks in the league and I think what I saw on the last running backs in the little booklets in the deception as Mongols talking about two. I think you're going to run. yeah but you're not going to if they know you're not gonna run the ball and we play action means you're faking that hand off to the running back the guys in the secondary see that now when they see that might be a hand off they planter free trade still a backing up and what do you think gets that receiver running past that difference our back. he backed it up no more things is going to be around he gets run by. that's that's it you know al Davis is all for its back when the raiders were just win baby they were smashed miles up the middle of that defense and then when the defense although I was going to happen they're going vertical here's here's the numbers from last week Mago listen to this for the Dallas Cowboys dak Prescott was fourteen of fifteen passing for two hundred seven yards and three touchdowns on play action plays in week one all of them career highs but that's what they are doing their using Ezekiel Elliott and the running game to decide the defense and to throw the ball downfield successfully to Amari Cooper and others but I don't care what the difference of game plan is you get out you know what you wanted Tyson say everybody's got to play until they get punched in the face yeah right now. he bent down in Mexico party and this was his first game no practice in training camp and everybody's saying what is not going to get that many touches so while I was at Devens word about play action. what is the example in the game and still work I don't care who wrote do the running back you you fight the ball during the defense plants are free now. that's what the receivers won't to get separation from the guy trying to cover their. so why is make sure basically not under center more. they're showing brawled with the shot Kern formation in dad's throwing the ball around in the genius of coming up with the plays that happen now that it's all balance right. they actually get under this with this quarter back play action I would have a full back in there in front of Montgomery. if I handed the ball off there's a blocker to get that extra gotcha you know just like every run it you know Walter had a full back name Mansouri that there's a free rusher are free guide got picked up it just didn't hit Walter in the mouth. in this office. this is easy right for gay twins were there just running back standing beside the quarterback in shotgun and all they do the running play yes thanks hand the ball off the road in front of the quarterback. wow. so you don't want to see thirty plus by pass plays in a rose were you trying to say I will I would look into why major risk either forty five times it's insane I know. morning meetings would watch the film of the game we played the engine would start watching some type of the team we're going to play that next week. Monday I would look at these treatments are only to watch no more freedom on or they're going to do. well they've had three extra days to prepare for this game because they were done on Thursday night and the Broncos have had a day less because they played on Monday Night Football so you would think that the game plan and everything like that would be in the bears favor you would think that all the talking not the necessarily man are you listening to the media but he would look at it look at the film and say I can't have my quarterback three forty five times in a game it's not gonna be sore not this one yeah it's not gonna be successful no Chris black with them a doll in Steve Mongo McMichael we have about thirty minutes left in the show we have a lot to do we will talk with Jeff Dickerson live in Denver coming up next.
"george markle" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
"McCarthy. I volley. Explodes. George markle. Reconnect because your phone is cutting in and out there, trying to get it works. All right. Let's back. Now, maybe, maybe you have to lick your hands or you better. I don't know. What you're saying. Basically, the summarizes he's using the term McCarthyism which fact was based on reality. Not an delusion McCarthy wasn't delusional Lizzy. No, no. And there's a book American three treat from victory there so much solid. Inference and it was communist program in order to, and they created the very term McCarthyism in, in order to create what they said was, you know, false, accusations and McCarthy was dad. Right. And when the known papers came out, he was more than dead. Right. And I. Tucker carlson. And I see, you know, are using McCarthy is and starkly and the wrong, you know of far as Rasa tude. Absolutely wrong. Joseph McCarthy was dead. Right, right. Here's the problem. Icy. And it's something I've noticed even over the last number months, trying to get in contact with the president over my laser net in from dri, my classified information that I have regarding missile defense. There's a lot of barriers out there. The people around Trump, but people in media, even when contact people regarding movies, for example, like the movie unforgiven started planned the plan. Movie, I contacted the pro-life group here in California from the pro-life league of southern California. It turns up their Catholic and this fine because they're more pro Catholics are pro-life so-called process. But when I contacted them, some of their media person in Florida, I went on your site, and it said that you said that the pope is a globalist that's obvious. I said you wanna argue it and you want to factor, you want me to be delusional light you so I on the show. Now the fact is, well, we can't have you on. We can't come on your show. I said, I'm pro-life. You're pro-life. You want this to be brought forward. So we get rid of Rovers weight and protect the board before the human race starts getting genetically hybridize with animals and machines to only make humorous fade into non existence people realize there's an endgame to this. And the problem is the end game is just on the left. People think it's all just the Democrats. No, it's not. It's on the right to, they don't care, which way they get it was like a snake pushing against himself. They just wanted to get to the other side of whatever their their goal is by a snake pushing against himself. And that's what you dot as you saw this Gipson. You know. Encase out of Hollywood because of his. Inebriation I guess from moon shadows. In fact, when they went down to attend Anthony j hill, this memorial stopped by moon shadows. I had a girlfriend that worked worked there and she reminded me of that Holland, oats song, little rich girl. But anyway, you know, we, we I don't know Sarah for a while. And I noticed that the local paper, even when recently when we went down that project realty took up half the page, but she he's worked at moon, shadows. But at men shadows Mel Gibson was handcuffed and taken away in squad car, and his comments about the Jewish involvement Zionist, or whatever it was. Yeah. You need headphones right away. Because you can't have speak rod. And you can't hear the. CD
"george markle" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Scandal. Scott. Well, we're going to revisit Howard Stern's life Howard Stern has a new book. That's coming out called Howard Stern comes again. It's a curated collection of edited transcripts from his favorite interviews that he's done since he first started out rented Billy Joel to Donald Trump to everyone else in between. But we're going to go back and discover how he got to where he is the king of all media C do so a couple years ago. He took a day off work, and you would have thought the sky was falling down because he is always known to always go to work. No matter what. Right. And if he is off of work, you would know that he was because he was just taking a vacation. Right. And he let you know. Yep. And so this is may tenth nineteen twenty seventeen Shipley. Needed to take a day off because what was happening that. No one knew about is. He was. Going to go to a doctor to get a biopsy on a growth that was on his kidney. And what he knew at the time is that it was ninety percent cancerous. That was a chance at new. So he was freaking out. He went to the thing. He couldn't believe about how everyone else was freaking out around him. And he thought he was going to die. He was scared to death. Yeah. His through the whole thing. Couple hours later seven citizens. He came out of surgery to learn adjust scare a tiny harmless cysts in the twenty four months since that time his found himself wondering if he's done it all on trying to figure out you know, how we started. If it was wrong. How home I rela Vigne? What have I done? People have always asked them to write new books private parts first book and ninety three sold like that percents Schuster. And there's a movie Miss America ninety five said like that. And he said that he can't read his first two bestselling books. Those two that I just mentioned without cringing as own narcissism. And he insists nearly everyone of the interviews. He conducted during his pre satellite radio days makes them sick. So as caused him to really question his whole existence. Mortality do any kind of changed at any just said cancer his brush with cancer was why agreed to write his first book into decades? Howard Stern comes again, which is coming out. Doney think you can find the date and. There's more in the book about his health scare along with musing on fame sex and spirituality. It's as much of an autobiography conversation as it is a tour through pop culture over the past twenty years. He of course, made history when he was offered fifty million dollars to go to Sirius XM, which didn't have any any people subscribing to it at the time in the mid nineties. Two thousand. Yeah. So he said after all this. He was in a place where really needed to figure out what was going on. And maybe he knows his contract is coming up at the end of twenty twenty. He currently makes ninety million dollars of year nine. Wait ninety million dollars a year. And he's at a place where he's trying to figure out if I should do more painting if I should do more of this as you helped best more with our cat rescue projects. But you know, just kind of thinking back. What should I be doing? Yes. So here's a little bit of history for him early on in his career. He was a dirty. He did dirty puppet shows for his pals and impression parents, you know, as you do. Radio dad would offer feedback. Not exactly courage -ment, Emma, just say stop you're going onto long make it interesting. And by the time, he hit puberty his Long Island community had transformed from predominantly white to predominantly black. He recalls the arrival of the black families it prompted his so-called. We've heard this in several members lately liberal neighbors to flee in the middle of the night. I think Michelle Obama described her neighborhood that this happened as well in Chicago, all these Picchi phonies. He said who will go to services and say all people same guides is were lying his parents along with certain older. Sister would stay put by his freshman year of high school. He was only one of a handful white kids left in class a defacto outsider who frequently found himself on the receiving end of someone's fist. He eventually the stern family relocated to a nearby white neighborhood by then Howard was woefully behind them. And a complete disaster socially. He said he was trying to ties, but he got into Boston University and found an outlet on a campus radio station and later a series of gigs that took him from Hartford Detroit in the early days. He would you know, just find the silliest pranks to do on the air when he landed in DC they paired him with Robin quivers, we eight through series of outrageous antics sealed his shock back. Reputation, and this is a prank that I just can't believe he did. But I'm gonna tell you about it. It said no prank received much attention is pulled the morning after an air Florida flight crashed in the Potomac river killing seventy middle of winter he famously pretended to dial up the airline while enquiring about the price of a one way ticket to the fourteenth street bridge. Those were fide. We're highly news from there. He moved to New York to the most coveted of markets where he shared his format with his predecessor, Don Imus. Yeah. And if we weren't so bad, we'd be good. So by nineteen eighty six his show was syndicated. And they gave him more audience. Go bigger and bigger at one point at its peak. Twenty million people listening weekly. Wow. A few pricey homes, Manhattan, Hamptons, Florida borderline. He's a borderline re clues and has never been known as a big spender with lavish tastes and he has debilitating obsession to winning. He was that with money, but with content at one point, you know, he won and four cars on Long Island was listening to show. Any didn't understand what the other three were doing? Why weren't they listening to? Yeah. Well, he wanted to be the king of all media and his interviewing technique was like bashing someone in the face with the sledgehammer. I like the joker. And I wanted to all I wanna do is cause chaos. He s killed the Radnor gene wilder was well endowed by having her out of the studio he spent the ball of his time with Carly Simon just telling her how hot she was. He had multiple warnings. Not to ask George Markle about George Michael about such -ality immediately. There were plenty more from Eminem to welfare who appeared once and will never appear again on his show. What stern lacked was the humility to be a fan of anybody? But himself I lashed out at anyone in everyone who's career was prospering. I thought I should be center of the universe. Whenever it seemed like someone else was I couldn't accept it. David Letterman blasted him. Jerry seinfeld. Him to Rosie O'Donnell. Forget it and his at one point. He was special Mosey Donald so much that his fans were going to our house and threatening her son. Oh, man. They're now friends the bet in the nineties he interviewed Robin Williams in it still ranks among his biggest regrets. In part. It's because it's too late to apologize. But he said I loved Robin Williams. But there I am beating him over the head with. Hey, like, hey, I hear you bleep in your nanny, I could have had a great conversation with them. But I'm playing to the audience instead they wanna hear -rageous. And that's my arrogance thinking that Robin Williams can't entertain my audience. How stupid am I the in the end he found himself stuck in an arms race with himself constantly reaching for new levels of outright. Yeah. Shot. Once you get with being shock jock advance your brand. And you think that's what people wanna hear if you're obsessed like that of busting yourself. Right. We're gonna take a quick break. We're gonna come back to it. We've got one less one less less feature commercial break something. It was a word there. One of the I pay trip to New York City to the alive with Kellyanne Ryan show than watch. Listen and win on Thursday and Friday. Tune into five eyewitness news to watch live with Kellyanne Ryan between nine and ten and get the code word, then the eleven AM our on the dawn and Steve show, the.
"george markle" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"Yeah. East people Tostes brought to you in association with Bonhams auctioneers since seventeen ninety three with expertise in more than sixty categories of collecting it specialists will connect you with your passion. Find what defines you at Bonhams dot com. Hello and welcome to the art newspaper puck cost. I'm Ben league. Last week. We began to keep at the Venice Biennale and this week who take a look at another ban. You the one in Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates, the artists shes at Dowd, issuing new virtual reality work in the biannual. And who we telling us all about it later, but first celebrity auctions after the David Bowie collection prompted an avalanche of visitors to sell the bees in London into Steen. Another Popstars collection is now during similarly huge crowds to Christie's the collection of George Michael the singer songwriter and former leader of the band WAM who died, of course, on Christmas day into sixteen in a short period in the two thousands, Michael master, huge collection of contemporary art with these then partner Kenny Goss, and we'll one hundred fifty lots in two sales this week sixty one lots in an evening sale at Christie's and the rest in an online sale. We'll hear what happened at your directly from the salesroom in a moment. But before that, I spoke to palace Ariza, no Fendi, especially in postwar and contemporary at Christie's about the collection. Power Duke Markle's from an era when they were lots of Popstars who had quite an RT identity actually do too much more of a kind of poppy postone he's early years. But when did he develop this interesting out? Although collection starts towards the early two thousands. And I think that's when he started having more of a relationship with the y BA artists who in the nineties kind of broke the mold for art history. And I think he felt this connection between them as kind of rebels and poets of their time. And I think as well, that's why in the early two thousands after can creating these relationships he decided to really start collecting and having them within his various homes, the George Michael collection, but the can go the hugely influential figure this is George Markle's pawn to what extent was he and influence on George's interesting. Well, when they were together, they very much had these relationships with the together can gos- introduced him to many of the artists, and it was very much a collaboration with both of them. When collect. Eating these works. And then showing it within the foundation, which is the Goss Michael foundation. So it was very much a partnership, and I think when you speak to the artists they remember it fondly remember both of them as kind of equal partners when creating this collection. Interesting to me is that the collection was assembled in a very short period. I noted that in the evening sale there. Twenty seven works of sixty one works that required in in two thousand seven alone. What accounts for that sort of pace of collecting? I think you know, when we were speaking with the various galleries and artists, you know, George Michael would come and just kind of fall in love with us next Bishen and some works have been either purchased right, then and there others might have been alongside gifts from the artist as a thank you. I think because of that it seems as if it seems as if he bought everything all of the same time, but it was all various conversations it could have been different shows in different years. And then of course, because of these kind of close relationships he was able to kind of as well, get really great creek gifts from the likes of Tracy Yemen, and Michael Craig Martin Tracey Ullman seems to been the Lynch pin of his closest friends and friend amongst the group is that the case yes in the collection. There's fourteen works by Tracy. So very much kind of the most collected artists. Within the collection. And so this is because she was the first he created a relationship with and was very much after in finding a true friendship, and because of that the relationship that they had together she introduced him to the other. Why be as and that's how he kind of expanded the collection. So yes, it's she was count the nucleus. And then everything grew from there. These words a quite large some of them quite difficult to install particularly those works by Damien Hirst informality, HUD, for instance. It's some of almost seems like institutional collecting, and there was this foundation. The the dos Michael foundation that was set up. So were they in in a way buying for that institution as opposed to for their personal spaces? I think each art work don't they get size matter to George. I think it was more of he prided that each work was kind of the best of each artists in if you look at that these are examples of the artists that I consider the best of each one. I think he was fearless. When it was coming to collecting. So I don't think size mattered these did fit in within his homes, especially when he lived in Los Angeles. And I wouldn't look at the size. But just more of that. Yes. He wanted the best of each artists. And this is what these works are what do you think it was that he responded to in the office works there? Also. Common themes that link those artists works oversleep that's party because they were part of the same generation and therefore Shane shared complains anyway, but but they're also certain teaching of a sexual nature, for instance, between certain artists the link that I see the most as well with Tracy is that there are both poets. I think a lot of these artworks can of show as if the retitled or have this lyrical melodic quality than you see within as the relax George Michael's songs. I think all of our works. Also tend to a different mood the same way that the songs of George Michael would attend to any of our moods. And I think that's why they were the shared this love and artistry with all the artists, and I think the collection reflects it in that way. Do you think there was a kinship between the artists and George because? So at the time that he's buying. They had become celebrities in the sense. They're Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst. We're not just on the arts pages they were in the gossip columns they were on the front page. They were they were. They were household names in their own, right? Do you think there was this kinship in that sense? The thing is by new talk to the artists about the relationship with George Michael it, they really there's a vulnerability the way that they speak about him. And I think it's a much more human connection rather than anything of glossy magazine. Paged type of way, I think they truly were friends, and I think people like Tracy in and George were you can kind of go up to and talk to and have a quite honest chat with and I think that's kind of the relationship they had with each other. I wouldn't wouldn't consider that this is a collection made because they were just at the top of the charts. In a certain way of saying during the art market. But I think it's truly that he found a kinship in a relationship that was beyond that record from galleries, but also from auctions of different kinds. It's clear that to me the one of the ways that these artists, and and Georgia linked through their work for aids churches, can you tell us something about that. Because Tracey Emin is deeply involved with the Terrence Higgins trust, for instance, and Georges oversee was always big campaign for aids charities. I think what's so special about this auction and this collection coming out in life. Is that you see that George Michael was a truth Lantra passed and was quite anonymous about it. He really did not want that to be known or shared and the work that he did barges in auction. We're all for charity. And I think it was his way of giving back, and it was just out of his personality. So because. Of his relationship with Tracy because he was such a huge philanthropist. And I think this is just why it makes it clear that he would purchase some of these works through. These auctions is interesting though, that he did take part in actions in that sense. You know, that's a quote a public way to engage with to notice the that he acquired one of the works in the collection at that very famous or infamous Damien Hirst sale at southern Byzantine thousand eight just as the global crash was happening. So I think that's quite an interesting aspect to this. Isn't it? As part of this will wind of collecting he was buying auction and trying to acquire works that he he was desperate for its aims. I think as while he was supportive of his peers of the work that he collected as well. And I think the way that I heard that he would collect his that if you'd like something, and he felt that had to be his he would just purchase at. So. I think yeah. If he was after work whether it be knock Shen, but for the most part it was by gallery via the artists themselves. He would definitely go after that. Can you tell us how he worked with artists because I was there is the commission portrait of him by Michael quake math team, which is the one of those LCD screens, which where you have these constantly evolving colors in muck-rake multis, very inimitable style. Did he do much commissioning? All did he largely by existing? He did not do much commissioning. I think it was more of gifts. So kind of a way of giving back. So speaking to Michael Craig Martin that work was you know, he has three other works that are fantastic paintings. And I think because of that close relationship it's really the artists that have the idea to. Kind of approach them being like we wanted. You know, gift you, this work that we feel as a thank you for being part of such a great and. Really while named collection. And can you tell us what happens now because the you'll raising the funds, but it's a charity auction. Yes. How does that work from Christie's point of view you've done a will tool for the for this collection? It must be quite an expensive endeavor for you. So how how does it work for Christie's? Do you use your fees? If it's a charity auction. I'm sure that looks of our won't charity work. Yes. For us. It's much more of giving back and helping the charities. We we definitely take off fees because of that. We decided because of the the type of collection it is. And an our dedication to to really doing this, right? Is we wanted to share with the world wide global audience? And because of that we have so many people kind of coming through the doors and have seen in around the world. And with that in mind that creates more bids and more action to give back to the charity and all of the funds are going back to the charitable projects that either have already. Seen money from George Michael when he was still alive and few future endeavors that the family wishes to to continue on. But he was very anonymous about it, which is why the foundation wishes to stay anonymous. And you know, they do want to continue on this legacy of Lathrop, e these in the of George Michael's collection that remains intact and isn't on sale as -posedly selection i-it's, some of his holdings, which remain remained in in the hands of the family all with can go. So most of it is in the I would say like ninety nine percent, you know, maybe one or two things that the family decided to keep us out of memory of him. And, you know, something small that reminds them of him this goes as well for the memorabilia, a lot of people are asking why we didn't have, you know, start an items up, but I. It's because he was such a personal and private person that the sisters and those who knew him onto continue that way. Does the fact that these works would be known by George Michael mean, but they will attract higher beats than the if similar works but owned by more anonymous when we estimated each work, we had that in mind, but as well because it's for charity a lot of the for the most part, the estimates are lower than what they would be in the current market because we want to raise as much funds as possible for the charity into live on his name, of course, with any type of kind of grand. You know, you saw this with the Rockefeller collection. You know, even the plate sold for one hundred thousand pounds. And I think of course, a name always creates excitement, but at the same time, it does open it up to a audience that is outside. The art world or outside, the usual. Client base of Christie's. I think you have people that are now getting involved in bidding and buying works that because they were fans of George Michael and a really thinking of him and thinking of this icon and his legacy rather than who is the work by or what is the market for this artist or who is there gallery. So I think that's what makes this whole venture so exciting thrilling and Thursday night is going to be a really fantastic evening. Okay. Thank you very much. Well, thank you, so much lovely speaking to you. Say
"george markle" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Thank you. Are you remind everybody who's going to Michelle Obama tonight'd excel centre the bags you have to? It's like NFL stadium. Rules for begs. You can't bring oversize bags or backpacks. They if you can bring a clear bag, but they can go to the exile website, and they give size of bags, otherwise, you're. You have to throw them away or Bush outside of the excel the him in Asia. Banks people through their handbags in the garbage or they hid them breath around the place. So it's just a good reminder. Yes. Tonight. Okay. So just a little couple of Hollywood note. So Julia Roberts center, stylists are covering the Hollywood. Reporter Danni has posted the photo. It's a it's a series of stars. Yes. I know their advice giving their advice, but Julia Roberts in her Silas. They were dishonored at the L women. She's worked. These two women have worked together to like this winter Julius wearing Victor and Rolf gown that looks like it's party on the bottom in Sturgis. Davidsson motorcycle. Tap tap is a bald eagle. It's beyond. It's beyond tragic. It's probably like a six thousand dollar gown that you could make yourself. So anyway, that's an interesting fashion choice for the cover because. Julia has really had a good, you know, she showed up at the award show because she was getting nominated for one of the Ben movies. Yeah. That is back then is back. But. Better award season this year than we've seen in her. Silence. I think their choices have been risky. Yeah. So this is interesting. She looks happy. They'll acute nappy, they do and Amal Clooney, you know, she and George they were two of the biggest names in attendance resonated, a Buckingham Palace in her honoring Prince, Charles signature charity the Prince's Trust. He hosts gal all the time. And it's the largest charitable foundation for the UK concentrating on the arts and giving scholarships and loans to young British artists and actors something urged plenty would love, but he and mall a mall was fake laughing. But in the photos, I George Clooney was Kerr acting up Prince Charles who I think it'd been having drinks with his mother prior to getting there because he's very red in the face like a red glow. But he's absolutely cracking up. And she's wearing most gorgeous two thousand and seven John Lewis Shera dress. She looks she really is stuff superstar in evening wear. She really is. And she's tall. And she's a hang. Beautiful. Yeah. She is absolutely beautiful. And and other people who were there. I guess they're embassador for the Prince's Trust bendy benefit comebacks, Josh Hartnett looks yet have gorge sex. Tito, he's married to an English act. Yes. Three ended up. So anyway, so if you wanna take at look at either of those photos, and then the real estate drama that we've been following for at least the last three years in Beverly Hills. Is it the big place that Katy Perry's trying to buy from the nuns? No, okay is a Muhammed's place. Yes. The father of GDP umbrella Anwar ex husband of your lawn. He has had he's been fighting with the Beverly Hills city council neighbors everybody because he's trying to build a hotel in the middle of town, basically. Yeah. Well, guess what? I mean, he's had like his he's got all the money. Of course. Remember when we met him last four seasons. It took six quarterly sales. Beverly Hills took six court hearings for Hadid's attorneys LA city, lawyers and attorneys from the department of building and safety to come up with the demolition plan that he finally agreed to and the neighbors are going. The starship enterprises coming down Histon knocked down. He's to take down the whole third floor that he added on this police, my pool and the pool deck because without permits. I love it. Yeah. This is this is good. This is good. The people of on a hillside in Bel Air and people like now, lacking view views and just put up this. It really does the show drone photos of this place sticks out like a sore thumb. It's absolutely enormous is so huge mega mansion that makes a million happy that the people have run the people of one the neighbors are very excited. He did tell the judge. I. I will do this. I will adhere to your orders. But if we continue to have heavy rain, it could delay the demolition, and we might have to ask for an extension. So it has to be done by may fifteenth the poodles to be down by September. Well, and they are having heavy rain. So you get that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No explosives bulldozers, and they have to put a big huge planking and concrete to keep anything from going downhill to the neighbors. Listen, Jay, this is really unbelievable. We've followed. This has been in the Beverly Hills the little newspaper Beverly Hills career that we get every January and every January for the last three years. He's been front-page fighting it Friday. Yeah. Anyway, all our aid. So the starship enterprises coming down. And all the Boeings in the United States. The they've been grounded 737 amps and nines, so yeah, that's good that they did gosh who wants an accident and the waiting for the black box to get somewhere to someone who is expert to deal with what went wrong in those two flights that went down to now. What do you think about Matt Lauer the woman he had an affair with a consensual affair started at the socio Winter Olympics twenty four team went on for several months. She used to be Meredith Vieira's former assistant he had the affair with him, which I disagree. Okay. Maybe it was the thing that led to NBC terminating his twenty five million dollar contract. But NBC new for a long time that Matt Lauer had consensual affairs with with people who were below him. So I kind of object to her being like, she's the fall person for his bad behavior. But she is shot. Shopping a book after she adamantly wanted to remain anonymous needs money Hollywood, speak it. She needs money because probably she's having a hard time getting hired. We don't know that. Oh, I think so whistle blowers and people who have consensual affairs and small media thing. Oh, they just you know, I can see her Gabby true hard time getting hired because they're like, oh, you know, she's gonna come around. And you know, and she did tell and Eli gave is a consensual affair. But then they kept uncovering all the consensual as well as the non consensual. She went to Andy lack at NBC on November twenty second. He was fired November twenty eighth. I guess. Okay. So do so besides wanting to read it Laurie. Why don't even know if I want to read it? But I think you know, it depends on you know, I I hope she sells her her book idea shopping at right now. No one no one has bought it known is offered an interest. She's probably just like. Is you can see how it would have been Matt Lauer would have been hard to resist, and maybe she's got some lessons that she wanted. She wants to share because it's not like this is a new story in the way. Shafter was a tell all versus this was my experience in. Here's what I've learned the daily mail's page there. She really wants to share what she's learned tell. Yeah. I think it's both. I think it's both when you do this kind of a story because I mean, you got to take a good hard. Look at yourself in the mirror like what the hell was. I think exactly I mean. That's the thing. Anytime you do a member you're going to have to tell some warts and all story if it's going to be good. I have no problem with her doing it may she get. Two hundred thousand dollars from. Randomly when they're not publishing school bucks. And then Andrew richly is going to do a memoir he of them. About that. Yes. I saw this yesterday. I think this would be excuse never talked. He's never it's going to be three hundred twenty pages. Wham George and me, I love this idea. I do too. I wanna know. I mean, George Markle's no longer with us. And I would like to know the stories, I guess my thing with the Matt Lauer, we're now is he's he's paid the price Laurie. He is lower than a man on a dime. And she has a right to tell her story though, why should her story? Be squashed. I just let me finish my thought process because it would hurt his kids. What he's already heard his kids. He's hurt his kids. I understand that. But I guess I it doesn't hurt his already been done. Joe's fine. Daddy. That's too.
"george markle" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Yes i if he's not already out the country could find himself in look i know he's a massive foot football fan and apparently he actually paid fatigue boyhood dream and i get that but i mean you know by generating but then but then you know when you are british manual performing at the company the well you sort of do paul iraq represent your country trying to have some some me saying indeed i get way coming from the fancy didn't go out in this country of things maybe spread some of his brushes since everywhere else in the world but yet robbie williams and ruled divisive performance some people thought it was great i'm in that camp of his live each number one is now now that george markle isn't that williams is the leaving pop performance now let's go back to the actual events on the pitch we got some big matches today huge match today at tonight on talksport spying take on portugal sacked by head coach earlier this week as you see days before the tournament kicks off with egypt uruguay at lunchtime so it's most salad versus lavar as liverpool striker's past and present morocco versus around that's at the top of my head at four so people were putting homework iran that sounds a little bit boring but russia saudi arabia was meant to be the boring rubbish into the tournament and it was a five nil win everything thank you very much all to play for this world cup yeah aniko.