21 Burst results for "Giacomo"
"giacomo" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Paul, the Giacomo is going to join US President of the Detectives Endowment Association. You know, it's amazing that when you see the stats in New York, there's the homicides jumping city, the city, the city. No one's talking about it. They're just plain not talking about. We will talk about it. And the man in the heat of the right is right in the heart of it all. In the heat of the battle. Paul Di Giacomo will join us momentarily. Let's go to big out of the tool right now, with the headline news Right here on the A M. Night 70 the answer you opinion, passion. This is Hey of 9 70 The answer seven degrees at 7 36. I'm alga too low with local news First. Here's what's going on A huge recycling plant fire in Jersey City is now under control. Firefighters were called to Simms Middle management late last night found a huge amount of flames and smoke. Coming from the scrap metal site. The smoke could be seen from miles away. There are no injuries. Report. Reports of the facility has had six major fires since 2010 New York state police picking up patrols and Jewish communities throughout the city. Governor Cuomo handed down the order yesterday in the wake of several anti Semitic attacks against Jews. Through, which happened over the weekend Liberal Park, Brooklyn. This surveillance will increase as Jewish educational and religious facilities not only in New York City, but across the Hudson Valley and Long Island. Meantime, anyone who has been the victim of a bias crime is encouraged. You come forward in sports. Josh Bailey scoring 51 seconds into the second overtime. Islanders Meet the Penguins, 3 to 2 in Pittsburgh and the Islanders now take Ah, three to lead in the best of seven. Syria's Game six set free in Union down Wednesday night that can wrap up the series. Then Mets lost to the Rockies. 3 to 2 stuck in traffic..
"giacomo" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast
"Dream world. Is there another event or character you love to see hawkeye team up with a good question We'll circle back to that. Let me ask real quick Outside of marvel and this huge game and being able to play this character. Is there another character from different series or or just something that you would enjoy playing or just exploring character Yeah i mean. I guess like the little boy. Ne- like love those final fantasy series and play. You know like cloud. Or or someone like tonic Characters in those final fantasy series that would be really cool I love the jordan series. Drake all those characters is brother. Those are amazing. Amazing characters So those those games where you have you get drawn into the story the acting in the scenes and then on. Let's start flying at union like video game. Oh my god. I don't even you allow your controller draws yet. You think you're watching a movie or its unique show and controller to china sheet. You can tell you so you know. There's there's a lot of characters that the play but just you know the the classic kind of first person shooters that all that multiplayer. Fandom are great but they often to me lack story so i don't invest too much time in them. They're finding play with friends. But i i like the more narrative storytelling games. Absolutely absolutely giacomo. Again we don't we don't want to take up too much more of your time Tell us where can we find you over on socials. My incredibly complicated extremely italian name. Giacomo not for instagram. And then giacomo underscore cagey on twitter. And yeah. I'll see you there. And i can't wait to hear which guessing about Absolutely thank you again. jackie mo. Thank you guys so much for joining us on this episode. We appreciate it. Don't forget check us out over on. Land parties pod at twitter at lucas again or smitty two four four seven two four four seven. Thank you guys again. We hope you guys have a fantastic ritzier weed and you know what it is. We love your face. Hey i'm halio. Shaughnessy i'm dardenne liggins. Our basketball podcast. Spinsters is out now. Some weeks we're doing deep dives. Some weeks were just talking about what happened this weekend. Listen to on apple podcasts. Spotify and wherever you get your podcast..
"giacomo" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast
"I can play a superhero. I can play troll. I can play a million things. There's no limit on. Because of what. I look like what i can play so even at night. The gaining world is just such a bigger actors. Have such a bigger pallet to play with because they play characters that they wouldn't in their wildest dreams play on screen. Let me ask you to. Could i know you have Twenty thirteen you're in a game called time. Tremors you played mr vincent There also was a tv series. And you played Mr vincent in that as well. I feel like you don't see that a lot when there's adaptations from games to Film and tv The voice actors. You know then getting to play in real life as well. What was that experience like. How aggo for you one of my first gig out of feeder school. That was very very old. Project was a tv series. That was basically for kids pretty much that was all time travel and they had created an app. That was a game That went along with the tv series. So that as the as the kids were watching the Tv show there was moen's within the show that were interactive that they would ask you to your act at a precise At your app at a precise moment and there was things you could plan on your game that would affect things. It happened on the screen and So it was sort of an interactive game that was created in partnership with the tv show. I think yeah. I think we're we're starting to see more or stuff like that. Know how interactive stuff and how how we can kind of use apps and games to to connect with tv shows so S i gotta ask. I got i gotta get the real insider information. I think the two versions of hawkeye. That i think most people are familiar with right. Now would be yours. And jeremy renner's from the movies. If those two hawkeyes the multi-diverse met which hawkeye's walking out of there the winner. I.
"giacomo" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast
"They've been making one of the things that i had asked that the screening seen we started working together was like you know if somebody wants to play the storyline. Do they have to complete the entire game. I and they won't absolutely not we wouldn't wanna alienate someone by heavy. Do that on. This is that you can jump in at any time. And if you've just started playing the game and you are only maybe on the first couple of levels in you you haven't really got deep into it by this new deal character that site. Your favorite characters have pop on. You can just jump right into playing that you don't ask lengths eat the whole game or clock all these hours and just player aera character storyline. So i think that's really cool. It makes them more accessible. When did it start to sink in for you when when you grow up. That games is something that you wanted to be like. When did that shift from something. You enjoyed consuming to something you kinda wanted to break into. I think it was. You know. I felt like there was a point especially when i was like nine to fourteen where i was playing games. I was movies. So i was still consuming stories now. Leads still consuming. All of these stories was interested in storytelling And had already sort of had the seed plan to that. I wanted to become an actor but I was just seeing. So many beautiful stories being told in games and now i mean the the writing and the storytelling that's happening games and you guys really sounded like game. So you know Is is incredible. I mean i played goes to shema which was mind blowing play. The last of us The second manage come out this year. there's just some amazing storytelling happening gains On the fan of the laura croft tomb raider series switched my co star camilla leading place on grays You know there's just a really amazing acting storytelling happening game. So i think it's no surprise that a lot of the actors from hollywood are coming over doing games because they recognize at the writing is really come a long way. Yeah we've talked about that too. Just how video games in general have matured as we have grown up. You know and it's incredible. Yes just like street fighter. Pacman anymore like big gains. And i was also talking another.
"giacomo" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast
"Like every actor would obviously dream yano cap stage with their fellow actors living in in that same space with them but i think that goes to show how hard and alan credible the work is that we do. You know how campuses have imagined all these insane circumstances in the artificial of circumstances so during a pandemic all together and we made his game. I'm really proud of it. And i'm unexcited for everybody else to play his. You know you're obviously no stranger to extremely enthusiastic fan bases with grey's anatomy and now avengers as as an actor like how do you prepare for that. How do you can deal with with that level of fandom. I'm excited to receive it for the video game because you know for grey's anatomy very different. You know it's a lot of young teenage girls in moms. Were eager to see the next episode. You know new senior romance will happen on the show for the gaming community. It's a whole other bag worms Excited already. I've been receiving tweets and messages on instagram. And stuff like that from small spoilers that have been given out you know from from swearing The the war table announcement and all these things So many people have been sharing their excitement with the very little They already have been able to get their hands on. And that's that's been really amazing to see in the clearly. There's a lot of anticipation around this and And the first of many you know what i mean. We k. Bishop been archived. We're going to be more. So i'm excited for for the fans to continue through saying heavy replay value in a longer shelf life for this game. They can continue to have a reason to keep coming back to it. You know it's interesting because obviously you're a veteran now on grey's anatomy if those timelines had been switched. If you were just coming to andrew deluca for the first time now and you had had five or six years playing hawkeye. What's one area of hawkeye that you would like to explore more. What's essential about andrew. That had to be either right from the get-go okay. Let's slow that question down again so coupon so okay by me again. Yeah yeah if your time lights had been switched if you had five or six years to explore hawkeye one area of his character. Would you really enjoy taking a deep dive into and then conversely if this was your first time playing andrew deluca what is essential about his character that needed to be there from your first episode..
"giacomo" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast
"And i've been talking about this all day. So it's very remind off about hawkeye that i love so much in algo research. I was doing on him. You know ready to play him is that i don't think they're really exists. Another superhero or certainly in avenger. That is more relatable than hawkeye. Because everybody else has some kind of super human ability. Superpowers they fly. They shoot webs from their wrists. They have laser beams coming out of their hands. All these amazing superpowers. And hawkeye's just really good with a bowl and is an incredible athlete. Right have any kind of like invincibility he gets knocked down. He's gone to the hospital. he's not getting back up a dozen himself off. You not mean so. That's always inspired me. So much about akai how he was able to keep company with the rest of the avengers in and keep up with these guys who were all kinds of superhuman In and still keep up with them and so when he gets knocked down hurt. She's got to go to the apartment in new york dog. He's not so great a balancing his work with his Personally these are all really kind of relatable things. And i think the more relatable someone is the more we can find them to be beloved because we can see ourselves in their shoes and is certainly saw myself in shoes. Allot not in the avengers sense. But of like i have a dog and i used to. You know have a little on my own in balancing life. Maybe my target wasn't the greatest shade was a mass. And i had a friend or a girlfriend. Bishop coming helped me out and you know balanced my life. I think their relationships really fun and we really drew from my life as a weapon in terms of this specific comic book that we were we were referencing for this version. So like you mentioned there are of course. Many variations of that was the book that used as a reference for that specific kind of that we were looking to create. Let me ask you You know. I know a lot of people know you from grays and station. Nineteen what is it like you know stepping in You know put on the mo cap and and really diving into that character. And i and a lotta times too you know and i don't know and maybe you could tell us i don't know if you've got to work with the ensemble were you working solo and and you know just tell us about that experience yes oh due to co it. Unfortunately this was a very solo experience of both from the recording and also to the emotion capture which think traditionally probably would have had me doing a lot of motion capture. But you know for safety separation and all that kind of stuff for a lot of our characters in this Video game. I think the you know the voice actors doing live voice work and then some other. You know motion capture artists were doing a lot of the physical work to sort of reduce the amount of exposure to cold. And all that so Yeah i didn't really get to act alongside or or meets a lot of my fellow classmates. ashley plays he. Bishop was such a fantastic actress in works at ton. As you guys know in voiceover business days where you know her schedule was a little ahead of mine. And therefore actually had the pleasure of hearing some of her recordings in got to play off of them which helped me tremendously and then there are other days where you know ashley had reached that part in the story in so i didn't have her her lions recorded so i had sort of just kind of make it up then coach with the director reading them and so forth so it was I think it was a challenge in that sense in terms of.
"giacomo" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast
"Hawkeye in marvel's avengers a little over a week ago. And so you've been saving this interview to time it with the release of the deal and we hope you enjoy it and now comes to the really fun part of the show. We are super excited. You know him as huck. I in marvel's avengers who's deals. He is about to drop. We are joined today by giacomo. Genuity di giacomo. Thank you for joining us today. From excited we are both super excited for this know. Avengers is a game that we heavy and hard when it first launched. And i know that that is so cool and it's so cool that there with all the extra stuff that they're starting to add so let me start as winded hawkeye. Come onto your radar. And what was that. Process like to land this role. Yeah i been wanting to work with these guys for a long time. And i'm such a huge fan of square inex- even before when when they were square soft many years ago when i was a kid and this is a big game. You know there hasn't really been an adventure game There had been you know. Video games with different types of avengers might john spiderman things like that but a true. You know everybody together of interesting really been made it so. This is an exciting kinda first step into that and i had originally given a different character in the game but You role was too large in my schedule was too busy with with grey's anatomy in so i i was sad that i was going to be a part of it but then the next came back saying we have another character. That has a lesser commitment. But a a really great fan favorite character. Would you be interested in playing hawkeye. And i was like oh my god i love guy as ing in an definitely a favorite of mine as well and so the great so that we just started putting the plans together to to find the time in carve out the time we my schedule to too slowly chip away at this role offer this. Dlc and It's an exciting character in chapter in the game. And i think what they're doing in terms of you know instead of creating all these sequels to these games which has been sort of the model of before now creating a game that can continue to reinvent itself released downloadable content and just a gain that keep giving is cool new model for gaming that i opened the other games will also follow suit. Yeah definitely agree with that. It certainly adds to that value that you feel like you're getting it initially and it adds that experience you know. I'm always interested because hawkeye has obviously seen his fair share of integrations in different mediums. How much of that do you pull in. And what were you looking to interject to kind of lake. Set this.
"giacomo" Discussed on The Sprinkler Nerd Show
"Guarantee. Yeah particularly with Hardware stores and other suppliers of that story. I you need to be very careful that You're separating those assets so that if ultimately eagle at a business or you get stiffed by client and you you can't pay your that There's a layer of separation between your personal assets in your business assets definitely good. Well we've gone from. Starting the business names photographs Keeping your personal assets separate from your business assets I would like to ask you. I know you kind of redid your house and you've gone through various contractors and i think it's always nice for listeners to hear From homeowners like you and me. I built a house. Two years ago. I had a great experience. You know what what are some of the things that you found contractors did well with their trade and what are some things that contractors could improve on that who you worked with. I think it's difficult to say what they did. Well because when they do well it just works. You're happy with it right. So you don't really remember those instances but we had a recent experience actually last week where a company refinished our floors and they did a great job. Now we're things have failed for us is with communication and it's always it always seems to be a communication issue in the key. Areas are Budget so not communicating Having contractors over budget expectations where contractors do not Explain the level of quality. That is an option and ultimately not asking questions or having that that level of communication with the homeowner. And i'll give you a few examples. The floors that we had redone. I came home after taking a week off to go skiing and came back and they look beautiful. Two different incredible job but the had not hold the stove away and on the floors underneath the stove..
"giacomo" Discussed on The Sprinkler Nerd Show
"Host andy humphrey. This is episode thirty nine and today we are talking with my good friend. John de giacomo. One of the co founders of revision legal and in full transparency. This is actually our second take got about ten minutes in. And i forgot to hit the record button so just just so you know not. Everyone's perfect and we were doing this a second time Like i said john is one of the co founders of revision legal and i wanted to bring john on because if you're starting a business if you own a business or you are in a management position at a distributor manufacturer wholesaler. It's nice to have a little bit of law In your background and understand a little bit about the law. And i've been working with john for about ten years. Maybe a little bit longer. He's helped me with multiple trademarks. He's helped me review contracts and he's just become a good asset in my business in. What am i go to resources. And one of the other things. That jon helped me sort of Discover was dead. Not all attorneys are assholes. There are nice attorneys out there and a sort of breakdown. Some of those barriers being super formal and anyway without further do want to bring john on the show so john. Welcome to the sprinkler. Show thank you very much. Andy and i appreciate you. Having me on. And i think he missed the best part. Which is that. When i started our firm in twenty twelve. It was in your warehouse. So i sat in. Apparently the office that you're in now which looks substantially better than it did. When i was there because i never did anything with at white walls and no money. I am sitting in your chair like literally probably almost within a foot. Probably a desk was is where i'm sitting right now. I don't know if you remember what. I spent a substantial amount of money on a steelcase standing desk because i had i had made a little bit of money in the first few months and that was my treat to myself.
Chicago is the 'rattiest city' in America for the sixth year in a row
"Out by Oregon that big pest control of service company listing Chicago as ratty assed city. In the country lay in the New New York York follow follow right right behind behind New New York York restaurant restaurant owner owner Giacomo Giacomo Romano Romano says says he he filed filed a a complaint complaint with with the the city city because because it's it's affecting affecting his his gas. gas. Seen Seen it it outside. outside. A A lot of people stop at Parker Center, which we had like this big limitation of like just only outdoor seating. If they know every month they needed just a termination. Lewis study found that rodents are becoming more visible and also more forceful because they're forced to find new food. Sources of Ed Pandemic Restaurant closures.
"giacomo" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"A calm and we all knew she would but you know, being professional despite some of the questions in the rhetoric Poison is a great word fora describing how she is handless. It's really just amazing. We're talking with the Chase Giacomo, who is the former law student of Judge Amy Cockney, Barrett. And obviously stay in touch with their sense, giving us a little sense of the her character in the person. I'm gonna play you something from yesterday's Amy Klobuchar and Judge Barrett. You know, responding, Tio. You know, she you'll see what she's getting at here when we play this, But I want to get your take on this going roll left. Will you also separately acknowledged that in Planned Parenthood V. Casey, the Supreme Court's controlling opinion. Talked about the reliance interests on Roe v. Wade, which it treated in that case, a super precedent is Ro a super precedent. How would you define super precedent? I I actually I might, but someday I'd be sitting in that chair. I'm not. I'm up here. So I'm asking. Okay, well, people use super precedent differently, okay, the way that it's used and the scholarship in the way that I was using it and the article that you're reading from Was to define cases that are so well settled that no political actors and no people seriously push for their overruling and I'm answering a lot of questions about row, which I think indicates that road doesn't fall in that category. And scholars across the spectrum say that doesn't mean that Rose should be overruled. But descriptively. It does mean that it's Kate. Not a case that everyone has accepted and doesn't call for its overruling I okay, So here's what Here's What's interesting to me. You said that Brown Is and I know my time is running out is a super precedent. That's something the Supreme Court has not even said. But you have said that So if you say that, why won't you say that about Roe v. Wade, a case that the courts controlling opinion? In that Planned Parenthood V. Casey Case has described as a super precedent. That's what I'm trying to figure out. Well, Senator, I could just give you the same answer that I just did. I'm using the term in that article that has found the scholarly literature. It's actually one that was developed by scholars who are, you know, certainly not conservative scholars who take a more progressive approach to the Constitution and again, you know, as as Richard Fallon from Harvard, said Roe is not a super precedent because calls for its overruling have never ceased. But that doesn't mean That Rose should be overruled. It just means that it doesn't fall on the small handful of cases like Marbury versus Madison and Brown vs the board that no one questions anymore. Is United States for Virginia military Is that super President Senator Klobuchar? If you continue to ask questions about super precedents that aren't on the list of the super precedents that I discussed in the articles that are well acknowledged in the constitutional law, literature every time you ask the question I'll have to say that I can't grate it. Okay, Well, okay. Well, that's why I'm not in that chair. I'm in this, too. Couldn't stand in a okay. I got another left. My favorite part of that was Amy Klobuchar saying, Well, I'm not going to find super president. Maybe I'd be in that chair sometimes. Ah, extremely jealous that she's not evidently I don't know. But you know that kind of snarky stuff we expect, I guess What chase what you take away from that? Yeah. You know, I think we thought Judge Barrett. You know, we both answer the question and also, you know, there's a requirement that she's not gonna give any hints previews on cases there could come before her. That those with again would feel like they have, You know a fair hearing and she doesn't have all the facts hasn't done through the judicial process, and still I feel like she did a good job saying, you know, I'm not going to tell you how many rule on anything, but she also did. You know, kind of, you know, I guess speak about what Widely accepted..
"giacomo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Young love lies. BC This could just be NBC. Clip our bear ee Sae hee. Say only a they Ah, basic, Leta fixed. All of his morals have been down over $3 million. I see it. They said no, no, those trees anyway, Let's complete this visit the exit doors notice they think couple come. Look out. Don't tickle me. What do you mean? You're single. Yes, Yes, We do disagree. Mita. Like I say in my saying, I am III's definite that beer. That I will accept no enticing the single most magical thing you can do more or gentle Giacomo. Nor where Comey amigo Norway to talk. I see him, but I want to tell value in Boca. I.
"giacomo" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"Next is Johnny. Fd Johnny quit his job at corporate giant Honeywell in two thousand seven to move to Thailand. That's where I am. Travel the world and work as a professional scuba diver. He has since written two books. Twelve weeks in Thailand the good life on the jeep and life changes quick. Both on Amazon started a multi six figure online businesses and since has been interviewed and featured in Forbes Business Insider Fast Company entrepreneur in the BBC. You can find him at Johnny. Fd DOT COM a couple of quick follow ups from his discussion. That I like was. It's time for you to develop new skills new knowledge. Maybe even a side business. And I like that because I've been spending a lotta time reviving one of my courses the courses how to start building your wealth investing in the stock market. I've gone through and spent nearly a hundred hours over the last four or five weeks rebuilding that course from scratch and all the tools in it as well as translating it in various languages and launching it so. I know what you're talking about John Ian in. I'm trying to follow it myself and I challenged listeners to do the same of course if you need to lay around and relax and take some downtime. Johnny also mentioned that that is okay. And if you're like me you're GonNa get excited about what he shared in there. He's talked about learning new things and Johnny is learning how to do handstands and as he said you can find it all on the internet which made me think darn it. I WANNA learn how to do handstand. So I'M GONNA be checking that out today. Remember that money's going to be made and lost throughout this crisis. Try to get yourself on the winning side Johnny. Fd I WANNA share tips on how to make the most out of this experience that we're all into I. There's a quote that's been going around that I really like. But also caveat and it's if you don't get out of this quarantine with new skills new knowledge side business or side-hustle started the new never lack time. You lacked discipline. I believe that is something that a lot of people need to get off their butts at the same time. If you need this time to rest just rest just take this time and say you know what for the first time in my life? I have an excuse to just lay around and do nothing for two weeks meditate actor Yoga. I can listen to books audio books and just take the time to really relaxed. Have you need that? Do that need help reach out to someone. There's plenty of people who are willing to help but if you're scrolling smartphone all day in bed eating ice cream and snacks. He complaining about how things are. Get off your butt. Because there's a lot of money is going to be made during this time on Monday. We'd be lost. A lot of people wouldn't get fat. Wouldn't get really a shape. It's up to you. Which side you WanNa be on for me. My perfect routine is to treat it like a normal day. I wake up. I do work in my laptop for few hours but then also set time to do the things that I wish I had had to do so every morning. The first thing I do is I spent thirty minutes learning a foreign language. Second that I've always wanted to learn more for few hours and then I practice a skill that I've also never had time to do. Been doing handstands in a great at homework out. Does it require equipment? Plenty tutorials on Youtube and to hobbyists skill and a mind focus. That really has helped me get through this so I don't know what you're going to be but I would definitely choose something that expand your mind whether it's reading learning a language learning a new skill and physical. Well it gets you focused and could shape wire home as far as investments or stocks. Just realize. There's GonNa be a lot of money to be made a lot of money to be lost this time. And even if you guess right the government might come in and make some laws and and change things around basically put their scale so even if you were right good all go wrong so for me up sticking to the shoe everything talk about invest like Voss and upholding strong while buying when it's slow WanNa know more about what I'm doing my daily life as well as investment.
"giacomo" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"That you have one kill each other over? A viewer said Giacomo. I don't want to hear about not the Moto anymore. You need to focus on taking off the track. Did your say Mir. I'm jealous of you crush on knock. The motto is getting ridiculous sick of this. I need more attention or anything like that. Well so no she faith. I know that sections I cannot figure out what you're talking about with actually but so because itself generate any kind of she was never apparently Tired of me speaking about to become a based on which we created our company Dozen fifteen before. I sold it when when we had. The baby doesn't eighteen so the company and but but for three years. I really overboard and there was never we. We were seeing each other a few times a week and it was. We were not in and now even in the Office. You were working the same company. We were not able to talk so she started to reasonably unjustly complain about not dribble Bitcoin. But about the company that was restocking out any kind of losing. Your health was concerned about your health as early About houses coppell because we were looking for the company about we didn't see each other like never for two years basically was too much and then it was driving around and we are used to be together since we were very young because we are together since two thousand and one store. We grew up together. So we I feel that I am. I feel better if you are around so I kinda missed you. So the darkest moment. Lucy was generated by Beacon. But from the start of activity of the company. So how can people fix it? Because I think that comes up a lot you know I know some Joe Couples. I know some people that are not crypto couples but the wife kind of feels maybe a little bit left out or even the husband like is there. I mean people say oh you have to make time for a day or something like what would you say? Would be the advice for people to get. That occurred. Not I cannot tell people about about advises because Giacomo is very is a crazy person so basically I had to convince him logically irrationally about the fact that I work at the some problems and he was working too much at the time so I had to convince him about convincing himself for that. That was the best thing but if I may have something is just that I think it's tougher for couples if they are both. Bitcoin is because Bitcoin is the sole. I mean this is a patient so yes so territory and so it just like. What are you talking about religion? Yeah Yeah what are you talking about its own? I know many people that are just like Oh. I don't feel that I can speak about anything we've mighty partner anymore and they played this fleet because of bitcoin not at the beginning. Actually one.
"giacomo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Com slash man is speaking of the stupidity coming to the United States going to omit Amanda prestige Giacomo daily wire a transgender woman meeting and biological male is now suing to compete in the miss Oregon pageant he was barred because he's a man United States of America pageant is being sued by beauty queen contender in integrating was biologically male and trans gender after being denied a chance to compete in this organ pageant due to his axe name is it yourself or just what the men compete afterall they're gonna be rated along feminine in the lines of long QT ones yeah except that the next step is that any judge who does not say that the transgender woman is just as female and beautiful as the other women is going to be accused of transphobia I guess the next step is we believe people into suggesting that because trans women or women trans female beauty is the same as everyone else's in the female category now that is the next step is he going to be that South Park cartoon with macho man Randy savage compete as a woman with the other women in a weightlifting competition according to Daily wire claiming discrimination green is attempting to force the pageant to change its rules and is seeking unspecified monetary damages of course of course this is about giving minorities a voice screen claims according to the outlets I believe I'm beautiful well who cares what you believe I mean honestly like you're entitled to believe that you're beautiful but beauty pageants about other people think of you know you're you're literally being rated on your beauty that's literally the promise of a beauty pageant and I want to set an example for all women since Jenner and transgender the beauty doesn't have to fit into specific molds well you're gonna have a tough time setting that example for women since your man also I'm puzzled by the idea that like surgeons are really good these days they can make anything look like anything pretty much so why eight honestly these if these pageants just want to have if these pageants just want to basically have natural born women in the pageant you just change the rules they can't have a surgery before you're in the pageant's out in this thing real quick the pageants website special is busily T. D. details in its rules that only natural born female contestants are permitted contestants would pose nude in filler prince or given birth are also barred from competing the eligibility requirements you have to between thirteen and seventeen years of age and you have to be a natural born female when green inform the pageant his sex is male and rector offer to find a passion that allows trans folks in which green could compete so bring friends to this sent a link with passion was never reading them responding you know I'm trans gender right I did not Smith wrote back I rules and regulations last same sex marriage however this is a natural pageant Smith and offer to help bring find another pageant queen Esther Smith would be willing to change the rules allow transgender women to compete against my throat we'll be happy to help you find.
A Cycling Food Tour of Cambridge
"Week we keep it close and head up to Cambridge for a cycling special national food neighborhoods mortals. Giacomo Harper. Takes us for a right here. We know that as a guest it's always better to do. Is the locals do when in Rome as they say right. That's why this week when heading up to charming com in Cambridge small city where everything's bikes ride apart in. The ring of bells is like a constant background music. We ditch two feet Fatu wheels and get on Auburn Cambridge's place famed for its prestigious university. And it's beautiful greystone buildings. Just turn a warm pink in the evening. But though as it's university culture culture may show the population here has something of a pension for analysis now love of knowledge. Well it certainly doesn't fall short and pursuits of comfort. Either one of which the main of his heartfelt heartfelt food and drink the I must stop spot on our bike tour is hot numbers independent cafe of the colorful mill road whose name is a tribute to a loss local record. Show not too far from the station. This is a great place to start your journey.
"giacomo" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Words shaking Boise right now but Yeah three three derbies in around and as quite a feat especially Baggio when no one else has done it. No I hard pressed to by two in a row. There's a bunch. There's a bunch of tuna rose okay. There's a bunch favorites done it more than once in fact but baffert the last two do but Doug O'Neill did it with golden sense and I'll have another another. Yeah okay How about Baffert with General Challenge Alan Jr and Indian? Charlie you had with Lucas with MARFA and muttering Lucas. One three times in four years You also had there was another one Bob Wheeler one with Trumpian and silver spoon. Back back And it's funny. Most of those you mentioned are went on to have careers mentioned silverstone to remember reading about About that tabards but yeah Reebok. Three names of Jeff's Again a buddy Gill Castle Dale and. Oh my gosh buzzards Bay which is one of my favorite Santa Anita derbys ever with General. John B will kind and Giacomo Giacomo funeral day and Giacomo course went out and An upset Him in the in the Kentucky. Serbia's fifty to win. So yeah wild year. They're not nothing real strongest and look. I don't think there was a whole lot behind behind it Those winners owners in those in those years but still and they were all prices. I remember I remember that so a pretty wild..
"giacomo" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"Wired and Los Angeles Times. He's had a two million euro exit with two startups in his defender of black marketing guru, and ladies and gentlemen. Check out the website. It's pretty cool. Giacomo has been involved in the world of crypto currencies, in ICO's for quite some time, establishing himself as a veteran of the industry and a pioneer of its processes currently he is a number ten advisor on ICO bench and the number one adviser on ICO bizarre dot com Giacomo has extensive experience in understanding the specific requirements of a business regarding the models through, which it can generate capital that allows it to thrive in competitive environments. He raised eighteen million euros so far with ICO's that he has advised. And I'm gonna add this to the end of your bio, and he has ambitious. Goals from here, Giacomo, taken moment, and tell us a little bit about your life. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So my life has been like a roller coaster some even hour by hour coastal. So I will cap fairly in the morning. I heard that one of the sign of the contracts and then one customers sign up the contract with for twenty thousand dollars. So I am happy. So then I so that's another customer, sign off than still the trip has been concealed. So it's like roller across you know, it's like living alive that chains every our bodies, the lives of digital intrepid ownership so you can stay calm for one day or today's by the day by day hour by hour. Stop spring. Yes. The roller coaster. That's a great way of showing it, I think, in digital in crypto, and just in entrepeneurship in general. I think a lot of people are they're going to go in, and it's going to be great. But the truth is, we are riding a roller-coaster every day. It's a liquid business what you should not stay in your profit to, to Risa bites is changing every hour, I have to be focused every hour on the process on the business on this happening. It might company wants to other company, what is happening in the test is going to be crazy. I may by loving. That's fantastic. And we appreciate for the audience. You can't see it, but I see him sitting Giacomo sitting in the back of a car, giving us his time that I'm sure racing from one place to another. So now it's time to share your worst investment ever since no one goes into their worst investment thinking, it will be tell us a bit about the circumstances leading up to it. And then tell us your story. Yeah. So basically, it's really hard and the emotional to step back into these complicated situations. Like failure Foltz reason, the one because failure is never that happy moment in second one, because he needs Lee failure means bankrupt. So that's why it's can kind of emotionally talk about fatal experiences. Anyway, we want to thank you fulfill these into new because a no one has asked at brass compe- about the Bros investment buddies, really interesting. Because there's a lot of takeaways problem. Others are failure experiences. So it's really it's really important to, to step into these traditions. I wait wanting sold my son tops. I accident, I took my money and I both to church at twelve th century church in the city of ethnicity in the middle of easily in remaining is a Byzantine sample. I are twenty guys a we are old black dress, because we are black marketing, and we have stop and industries the through increase their business increase the revenues in plays in Christ cliques abuse, and so on. So one day came to my office guy with shorts pants with shorts pans, show, pens and asked me if I can help him with his dot Tom's. So tell me what, what we, what is this atop about any told me that it was a cryptocurrency sometimes? So he grinned money, basically. And I said, what is that? So I wasn't really involving that ward that time it. Was a two thousand seventeen I decided to learn more about that, in, he told me that is a an interesting business people, making lots of money and the, the war, no one should say that he wants to be with tokens. I said, well, what how is the tokens? How could I pay the mortgage? I couldn't pay the, the salary to my place. So I sent him to, to go out for my church. And then three weeks later. I totally forgot about these beds, and I, I open on the newspaper and I found out that these men has rise twenty seven million dollars in one day of fundraising, so I pick up the phone and a Cooley, eighty denies for because he's the most probably buying his private jet till I cold, the men who introduced me to him, the high got an appointment in, in Switzerland in Kano, and once I arrived, the icy, I sold the wolf loss rates scenes, I mean, people throwing dwarf seen in the middle of the room, sham fine wine that we, it was crazy. I met people that make the made about ten million dollars overnight with trading accounts to eve was totally crazy. And I was super excited, and I share my knowledge. With the older guys in the room, even knowing which company out. They from I was totally is it was incredible. I cannot describe this kind of situation, these offices in those offices, because people will making money a made by tower by our it's was unbelievable. Finally, I started conversation with a castle of guys. And they offer me to get him rolled into some ICO's and some business. I feel is our initial coin off rings, and we are like CRA crypto crowdfunding. I was really excited. I came back home, and I studied blockchain and cryptocurrencies, like was, I was driving with the pod. The showing me YouTube videos about blockchain, so in full hour trip, I understood barely the basis of the basics of blockchain and could the currencies. I came home. No, no. I stopped by in a in a ultra grill. I don't know. It is. Is also get it. Anyway. Like gas station and I pick up my phone and my love so and they stopped investing randomly to into ICS two hours back from to my home. I opened on my laptop. I saw that. I have Donald my investment, I was investing about fifty thousand euros have doubled. So I had one hundred thousand euros and then they offered me to invest the United ICO's and a double the money to put it in obviously if I if. Hi, I'm talking to you about this experience. I lost those money, but he's was more, not the, the Beth thing. The best thing is that finally one of the biggest company in the award in Europe offer me to build a company Faulk used on marketing on ICO's and asked ios and stuff like that in cryptocurrency warn, so we designed the company we created a company in the meantime, Mahaney still goes up. And we were told tally overwhelmed by requests is by leads by people asking, full quotations. I mean it was like fifteen to twenty quotation per day in quotation, Ibon quotation, will like off a million dollars of on the of accreditation. We start sending out services quotations are making a lot of. Invoices in the first months of two thousand seventeen or eighteen eighteen the market goes down of the ninety eight percent nine eight percent. Bob before going down the markets. We refused. The line offer an aggregate of one million euro from the biggest European group, people involving to companies Tonto freakout, and get panic because they lost the old LA of their money by they lost to also the previous jobs, so they quit in the previous job, and most of them, so it was really hard tiny and the mistake I did was a investing money, obviously, by a lot of time because I the time I shoot dedicated to my company it was indicated by chasing Monday, not chasing it scale. So I lost the one year of time by chasing. These train I lost money about two hundred and fifty thousand dollars that it's not a big amount by you have to consider that it's being. Full ears that I am improperly it in my life because I failed about six times. So my life is being Costa lated. I don't say the American is being it's, it's a path of failures high failed when it was twenty to eighteen twenty one twenty three twenty six twenty eight. If you har- Trung enough to hold on and been concentrator, once you have sex wrong, you've succeed, you repaid all the being Hugh, you lost. I, I tell all the word, I want to stop you right there until you I have to using my eyes because, you know, failure is brutal when it's happening some students of mine came to my house over the weekend. Talk about a real real serious failure that they were facing in a serious loss of money, and it's heart. Breaking it's emotional, you know, so I appreciate for sure about how you share that. And I think for the listeners, it's really critical to understand that loss is a part of life and loss is a major part of true success. And so those are some great things. So let's how did the story end as far as the investment of was concerned that the two hundred and fifty basically everything just fell apart? And everybody went home or money has been wet doubt the these appears. And but what these have an F behind. He's a sad story so far. I can understand. But he tends to everyone goes out from the company, I lost my money from my personal investments in ICO's bucks. I decided to make money out from this fainter. That's why fading is important and ice touching studying I sous STO's keep the currency is blockchain, really harder. I have applied my growth, acking techniques and skills to my personal branding, and in about ten months, I became one of the keynotes working out speaker in the blockchain fields, as I said before, I traveled the word every day by Sherry, Mike. Experience my skills and my advisory to blockchain starts obser- all over the war from Cambodia to Miami to Germany and well hazard up. You had so good. Yeah. So how would you summarize the lessons that you learn from? This story the, the were a lot of mistakes. The first one was changing money over Mani and not chasing to succeed in something. So if you only shaves for money nights nine percents, you're going to fade because you have to say something bigger than money. If you just want his money, you better open the an ice cream shop. Or we said the Nathalie a- plays against that. If you won't make money Bob you shooting. Go internship. You wanna make money you, you should create something bigger than that. But so the first mistake was just teasing money, the profit without and is the second IRA without knowing ama- think about this the field but these market because you should jet seem to days, even if everyone is making money, you don't have you done. You, you shouldn't don't care about that. You didn't I should be more accurate more more koshen before getting into these one cast box. I'm an emphasis person so I- jumping agribusiness without thinking about it. Let me say a few takeaways that I get from it. I mean, the first thing that's really significant to me is just to the cultural issue of loss. And I had the you know, in, you could say some benefit of growing up in America, where loss is not the end and I'm never thought about loss, and bankruptcy and that stuff as like the end and I know that it's not only in Italy, but in many countries around the world, including Thailand, where I live now that loss is seen, it's really looked down upon. And, you know, it's and I think that part of what we are doing to our conversation is bringing out to the world. And as the advice, I gave to the people that came to see me over the weekend. Failing in business family investment is not illegal and the point is fraud lying cheating. That's legal. So when things go bad, make sure you stay true to your, you know, your honor and do the best that you can. But, you know, failing in business and failing with money is not illegal and not, you know, always helps to kind of remind ourselves that, you know, when things are going, bad, we must communicate. So, I think that's you know, one of the, the big ones, the second takeaway. I, I like about how you talk about. Don't chase money. And what I'd like to say is money is just a measure of your business success and. Yeah. Is it's damn hard to, to be able to come up with an idea and get it to the market, and deliver it successfully in get paid and create wealth from it. That's already hard money is a measure, but the passion is the driver. And so those are the two main things is anything you'd add to that. Yeah. Yeah. I was. Talking about this while with by and yesterday in pain with the fun. Cisco ball Nick Williams, sadly, which is one on the top on Forbes on the thirty of v c will talk about that. Everyone is Jaising for us choline, as the forest speeches on stuff like that all over the world. But we looked like young millionaires. In the eyes of the public is of marble followers because we are quite famous in this field, but we're not millionaires but will look like because we are leaving bed live. So we were wondering if it is bad time to look like millionaire and have succeed absence to succeed. Nucleic meter nerve dumpy milliner or the media nerve with a that will take you nowhere. Well it, it may be amazing to be to succeed in the. Our B M being ballooner may say that, too few the moment you don't chase the money and you just concentrate, all you ask for than you'll use cues will your time to succeed in some in something, the money will come in, and you will have no time to spend it, it is happening bright now in our conditions. Do I just on the word day by day captured by country? Yeah, I've been paid about an thousand bucks for a speech. I have customers. I have rise, the eighty million dollars for my ICO's by. I'm not chasing for money. I'm dust choosing to better understand the market, the blockchain and these is bringing me in the point that people recognize me as I know in this field and is the girl, I think, got our title for this interview in that is don't chase the money. Yeah. Let me right now, I want to get down to one of the last questions is about. Let's bring this down to one piece of advice because you're not the only man or woman who's been so excited about ICO and about crypto currency and then they get into it..
"giacomo" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio
"And hope others have enjoyed getting to know you if they didn't already know you check out high carb Hannah on YouTube or high carbon Hannah dot co dot CO, see the recipe books and e books and all kinds of good stuff. Anything else guys? I think that's it. Yeah. Aren't seen you in about a month. Now. Yes. In about a month in the casino. I may not have the kids go to put in quite the casino time that that typically do, but I will absolutely be doing everything I can to maximize. Time. So yeah, we'll see. How logically can be. And we know that when we're gambling. We know that we're automatically going to be on the moving site. They'll think well like. Like just go play. 'cause you're you're on the open seas. And what else are you gonna do? That's that's a very good point. Really? What else are you in? Right. It's not like you're on a floating city or something that has billion other activities. Nine hundred ten o'clock at night. There's not much else to do other than eat the pizza and gamble. That's as you answer. We're doing that instead of doing less healthy things. Right. It'd be drinking in wake up early and go workout with Robert cheek. But you know, what I'm gonna do that this year? I'm finally in shape to do this Rafferty. There too. I'm going be there any class at Giacomo does or Robert does I'm going to do it because I think like seven or eight in the morning, and I should be good woman. I look forward to seeing is there. All right. Thanks guys is fun. You. All right. Bye. Bye..
Classics for Kids Puccini's La Boheme
"I may OMI Lewin welcome to classics for kids. Giacomo Puccini's opera Laba. Whim is about struggling artists in Paris, France. Laba win means the bohemian lifestyle. But Bohai Mia isn't in France. It's in eastern Europe. In the Czech Republic unto Nin version was born in Bohemia and wrote music about the legends connected with bohemian forests. Edrich smitten was also from Bohemia and he included a piece about bohemian forests and meadows in the set of tone poems. He called mave last my fatherland. Smetana's first opera the Brandenburgers in Bohemia also celebrated his native region. People from other countries wrote bohemian music to one of the regional dances that Russian composer Nikolai rimsky-korsakov put into his opera ballet. Lada was bohemians. And when Frenchman Judah Messana wrote an orchestral suite called picturesque scenes. He included a bohemian festival. In French. The word bohemian is also used to refer to the gypsy or Roma people. That's because when the Roma gypsies migrated to France, it was from the general direction of Bohemia. So the French started calling them Boheme bohemians the Roma gypsies are famous all over Europe and beyond for their music, Spanish, composer public at Asante, borrowed some of their melodies. Early. And so did Hungarian composer FRANZ Liszt. And German composer Yohannes Brahms. Put a gypsy style finale onto the end of his first piano quartet. Of course, the most famous gypsy bohemian in music is the title character of George visas opera Carmen. Since room gypsy unions were often poor, highly independent unusual lives. French playwrights, and authors started using the word bohemian to describe poor artists who also led highly independent unusual lives Puccini based his opera level him on a French play called Cendana, beatable, whim, or scenes bohemian life by v meal. She the main characters in level Wim live hand-to-mouth. They never know where their next meal is coming from, but they don't worry too much about it. Cheaney's opera about happy, but poor artists seems familiar to you from the musical rent. It's no coincidence that's because the plot of rent was lifted from LA Boheme next week on classics for kids musical theater that's taken directly from classical music. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Linter at WG UC Cincinnati. Please join me next time for more classics for kids.
Where Does Bohemian Music Come From?
"In French. The word bohemian is also used to refer to the gypsy or Roma people. That's because when the Roma gypsies migrated to France, it was from the general direction of Bohemia. So the French started calling them Boheme bohemians the Roma gypsies are famous all over Europe and beyond for their music, Spanish, composer public at Asante, borrowed some of their melodies. Early. And so did Hungarian composer FRANZ Liszt.