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Fresh update on "gino" discussed on World Cafe
"That his rita hayworth. It's from our guest billy idol. It is from his new ep which is called the roadside. I'm kalaheo this is the world cafe. Billy idol is my guest so you mentioned your granddaughter before we got into rita hayworth and if anybody has spied your instagram gone to your page checked out on social media. There is so much joy from a grandpa billy idol hanging out with the youngest member of your fan club. Poppy can you talk a little bit more about that. What what that. Experience has been like to just be a grandfather. Well yeah i mean. It's it's been fantastic. I mean one of the great things was that it was during the pandemic where so many kind of horrible things happening to people. This was a very positive and a lovely thing that was happening. So i kind of redressing the for me was able to redress the balance and show me the kind of positive side of life and how fantastic it is and the watching this child personality coming into and and helping us to walk and stuff like that and just playing with their just kind of doing what she has one. Great thing when you're a granddad. You really do what they do what they wanna do not disciplining them really kind of helping them along. It's you know it's not the same thing as being the parent so so it's it's actually fun kind of another thing. That kind of woke you back up to the music you do. you know. look watching this child react. React to certain music for the first time you know she. I think she quite likes. Adm though i think that's what she's really but she she she likes. She was rocking out. One day to seven nation army remix and and just move and a hips around screwing up her face. And i got. I know those faces kind of an eye-opener and it's been a law fun and this particular on a very positive thing. Join this pandemic. that's great. That's really great. Are you the type of person who would dissuade family from getting into the music industry or are you the type of person who would be like. Oh wholeheartedly let's get you drums or guitar as soon as possible. Muslim sun makes music. He's kind of does his own music stuff. So right from the start jd any. I gave him a guitar when he was probably about ten or something because he and the next minute he was playing me and led zeppelin you know thousands of the holy or something on the gets on a guy matt. I can't do that. So he's he's he. No so i never. I never put him off doing his own music and i certainly wouldn't dissuade her if she wanted. That's what she wanted to. You know it's got to be something you know. Deep in your heart you wanna do you know. It's you can't be something that you just did for me was a hobby. I never really thought i'd ever gets do professionally and there's really just punk rock opens door up. You know way could walk through a man a next many doing thing. He loved gino's incredible. That is really incredible. Were here with billy idol. The new ep is out now is called the roadside There's one other thing that i noticed when you know since the last time you stop by the cafe a few years ago that i thought was really interesting you received your us citizenship in two thousand eighteen. So congrats on that belated. Congratulations i am. I'm just super curious. Because i know you've been in america for quite some time. When did you. I think start thinking about going. Hey i think. I wanna. I wanna take this step. I want to be a citizen. Well actually i was always coming back through. Lax and there was a chad per one of the the green cards guy he goes coming kept saying. Hey man you've been here a long time. Come on that you want to be a citizen you know not doing madison monroe do the president. I'm still learning the president's got on that and you've been reloaded. She loved the country. So is partly this guy came through. So it's like come on. You still gonna agreed code in a funny way was to is partly that but Yeah i'd had been been here a long time. And when i now come through. Lax let's see. He's able to go to show. I saw him out reconnect. I when i had my power. It's it's great. I mean. I my first memories. Actually a child was. I moved with my parents. Long island from england when i was like two and a half or something you know and so my first memories actually of america you know. They're not of. I had an american accent. Stieg sneakers plimsolls. It was Body not mate. You know and what i went back to england a few years later i was the american kate you know. So i'm reserve america so And then living in england got the english accent and everything. And but i love america. I always curious about people who choose to become. Us citizens because you know someone who grew up in american of lived here my life. sometimes we take for granted. Is there anything that you appreciate about the. Us that say people who have spent their entire lives here might not recognize the realize well. Speaking of the constitution is just incredible. I mean it would be known have a written constitution in england. It's just grown up over time. I mean there are certain documents and things. Which but i mean america. You've got a constitution. I mean it's a male radiant history and things so So i've really. I've always appreciated the american declaration of independence and the constitution. And things i mean. They just huge Society doing that having a manifesto and starting a new kind of way of thinking and the experiment of democracy. I think is is incredible and oxo so glad to be apart of it awesome. We're here with billy idol on the world cafe. The new ep is the roadside. 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Fresh update on "gino" discussed on WNBA Nation
"Or even like sue young because tina. Charles definitely can upfront. Look very business. But what's been fun. This year is not only the resurgence in senior play phenomenally. She has been more than willing to share her mind in interviews and call out players and it's been a lot of fun seeing her. Get some of that attitude. Through this year. I mean she's always had it but she's really been able to show it off a lot this last year. And so i don't know if there's like a susan meet susie meets to young dynamic. There sat right yeah. exactly how. 'bout page bekker's. Oh okay okay. That would be shoot young already. Great about to be greater who let me hit shoot. Maybe i should've kept the honor for that one dion still in his already. This is great stuff. This is kind of my steals. Pick oaklawn at first chelsea. Green sort of came to mind tasha was one Can we give tasha too. Because you've got lease fair. Yeah why not. We'll throw her in here. Yeah no reason not to do that at all player of the year pasta. It's a good one. The last one and i thought this would be fun. I'm interested to see if you take it but this thing go this can go. Knock out this go. Non knockouts male female. Who's the gino auriemma impact. Who is the gino. I will face the more. I mean you know. He is running the whole place. He's running the team at he kind of allows each of us to flourish in our own ways and find ourselves find our voice and you know he knows a good one when he sees it just like gino he knows a great one when he sees it right and scott kind of brings us all together to create a unique in great show together for the fans and and i think that's what she does so i'll i'll both my boss. My boss got. I'll take it. That's and that's a. That's a huge endorsement. If yeah i thought if it wasn't scott it might be mickey. James is the only other name that that fully jumped in full now. She's you know she's back. So that's an absolute free and if you wanna name is going to help you be the best wrestler you can be. There's there's few better names. Nikki gains the and that's not even women's wrestling wrestling. She just get. And that's gino of of just if there's a mind i remember hearing a story and obviously this comes with second but when kobe bryant was first starting to coach digi and do the the the girls touching his frequent. Contact with gino Him in the middle of the night of like. How do you cook defense. What do you do in these situations. The situations and i was like imagine having a direct line to basketball genius for be like and i one thing. I love about how the environment from what i what i can see is building over it impacts. You've got a lot of those great wrestling minds. Who can feed off of an and. I'm sure that has to make fun environment. And i i think so. I like that comparison. With scott gino also to people that aren't afraid to share mind as well if if it comes through it which is very important right both fields so yes could be honored that i throw them in there with gene-o absolutely so we've already taken up so much more time than we planned. I've i couldn't have had more fun doing this. I did wanna take an opportunity. Is there anything. You'd like the car out promote i know you've got your pro wrestling t store you've got your your big cartel merge page News or anything else that you'd like to to promote make sure people are in the know of or at least know where to find. You want sure absolutely well. This has been a treat for me. Really thank you so much. It's it's so fun to talk basketball and just women athletics in general. So thank you for having me. Yeah i like you mentioned. I've got a pro wrestling. T store you know. Like twenty t shirt designs on there i have a big part tell for other merge and then you hey if people ever wanna just you know talk basketball we've got the wbz layoffs coming up. So please feel free to message on twitter at rachel l. arena and then on instagram at the rachel lorraine so i. I am always game to talk hoops than you know. It truly was the the first love of my life. so i'm i'm looking forward to the postseason and and seeing what happens here. Yeah absolutely I hope says the last time we connect. I think you know if you ever need to talk ball where we're always here whether it's podcast. We have our weekly live streams. If you ever want to do some watch along longer just talk over some things. i did. Give him a call out really quick. I in talking with our co host about you and your career. We came upon your most common promo photos of the almost superman. Punch style Poets and i was looking at. You've got some really fun murked. We've got to get in. Orange county parody. Shirt all of you. Okay of you in that pose. Orange shirt like silhouette in that postal perfect asia did a similar one with your statue pose or at least one thousand would be oh man that would be so great. That's a great idea. Yeah anything else you wanted to call or anything else you'd like to share before we put about everything. No no i would. Just you know by saying again. Thank you for having me into you know. Gosh please keep supporting women's wrestling and women's basketball. I think there's no better league than the wnba it to your listeners. Thank you for supporting them. And you know intern inspiring a bunch of younger generations of of girls to become strong incredible athlete. So i just think it's great. It's a good environment. You guys have something going here. And the thing i will end on is y'all were wrong for putting d. at number two on your top. I put that at around got to be at number. People have come a really hard at our lists and mind. Especially i created a point system ninety eight points for accolades and stuff so mine was really nerdy. Like i tried to subject seattle. So i got eaten. According williams called us out didn't like her list and like guys. We tried really hard. These are just really great players. I thought about asking you about your vote for the goat was kind of felt like it was obvious and you know i have voted every single day.
First Class Fatherhood: ‘Nigerian Nightmare’ Okoye
"Joining me now. First class father. The nigerian nightmare christian koya welcome to first-class fatherhood. Thank you so much. thanks a. it's an honor to have you on the podcast. Let's start right here. How many kids do you have how old i have three kids. My oldest is thirty thursday. She's an actress. My second is seventeen on them. My last only season she plays baseball. My my second child is aboard on days. No playing sports way now but you will get there very cool. If you could chris. Please just take them into here to hit my listeners. With a little bit about your background what you do play for. The kinds of cheese was running back. I went to college at pacific university southern california But i've got before i got there. I was born and grew up in nigeria. I was originally it track them. Fueled guy threw the discus innate four. I thought i was going to being the olympics but niger. I didn't take me so. I switched to football in my gino yang college so ever since. Then i've been playing. I played three years in college and then chief drafted me after. I performed the highly of the senior bowl in the second round. So six years with the chiefs growing back. Yeah yeah the rest is history. What an incredible career you had christian so take me back to the beginning of your fatherhood journey here now so about about. How old were you when you first became a dad and had to becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life. oh man i I was let me see. I was thirty years ago when i first became a dad I take that back. I was twenty nine and we lost access child and then Got pregnant again. I down my my my daughter tiana at the age of thirty damn of course When you grew in that you have everything said doing willing career step aside it finally and that fits child just completely changes your life.
Mapping the Universe of Human Proteins
"Amid. Thanks for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. We're gonna talk about sear. The challenge of proteomics today. And how serious technology is being used to understand the podium before we talk about serious technology thought we could take a step back and talk about where we are in understanding proteomics today as you think about the work on the human genome project and the progress. We've made their today where we in terms of understanding the human proteome than if you look at the The genome it took us fifteen years and just shy of three billion to sequence the genome and then with the advent of next generation. Sequencing costs dropped. You know cost up to two hundred thousand at nine thousand Would visibility to one hundred dollars gene on there and frankly ten dollars. Gino may also not be too distant future. The consequence of all of that is that we've sequenced over a million genome over ten million ex and an aggregate at the population level. We've now identified over six hundred ninety five million genetic variants and the thing. Is that while we've identified these variants at the genetic level. We know a tiny bit about what these variants mean in terms of their biological function in an how does that. Gino typic- changes actually affect function at the population level within the protein and remember our genes are largely static And they're an excellent indicator of our risk but proteins are dynamic and a true indicator of our status and we just had very very little information at the protein level and frankly the reason for it is that proteins are complex. I'm going to get into it. And we just haven't had the tools to get into the depth the breath the complexity of the proteome and a lack of information hasn't really able us to connect the type.
What Kind of Gut Microbiome Are You Creating?
"You sit down to each you can think about what kind of microbiome a my building today. Because the foods that we provide us with calories and nutrients we absorb those in our small predominantly but they the foods which to consume define the residue that gets delivered to our gut microbes. So if you're eating a standard western diet which is full of red meat processed animal fash plants deficient processed food. Okay the bacteria that live in. Your large are getting a steady supply of animal protein. Hardly any fiber and bile. They're getting bio which is produced to help to digest the multiply that fast and that feeds certain types of gut bacteria causing them to flourish and become predominance an those are the bacteria the process that stuff and generate things secondary bile acids and ammonia hydrogen sulfide gas which is pro inflammatory and hardly any short chain fatty acids and that gives a microbial environment which creates barrier dysfunction inflammation. Dna damage gino toxicity. Short a gut microbial environment that is conducive to inflammation and carcinogenesis the beginnings of cancer cells in our body. How about we make a different decision. So instead of having a big mac meal ran the bean burger and the sweet potato and the leafy greens the whole grains vegetables the fruits. So now what does our microbiome receive on this healthy whole food plant based diet well tons of fiber know very little animal protein less protein in general because we absorb what we need in this less leftover hardly any by lassus because our whole foods. Bumpy start is naturally lower in fat and lower in saturated fat. So now we're choosing to build a different kind of got microbiome.
"gino" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Cool so it's like a female blueprint while time travel severely. So the good stuff really excited for it once. I rap in distributed everything else that that's my next project over out beyond your program. Yeah hey time. Travel sci fi. You can count on grew up with that. I love most so. I think that i was really happy. I got the sci-fi from for us because job of that love that they can hold dear to my heart. Listen in a grownup on star wars eh. an animated lights Voltron that the space was really my thing. So in offsite space a lot narrow space so for me. Ozark really blessed to work on a first phone the sci-fi so so pan tastic now gino. Thank you for being on the podcast. Best of luck and finishing failed and despite over sounds really cool too. So looking forward fighters web looking forward to that so Best of what two year. Stay healthy and stay. Well thank you so much. pleasure talking to You know when when is still to send you a special cuts. You could take a look how much you stay safe as well to look for. Its opportunity future summer. Starting the caribbean rule. Thank you so oh and by the way you have one other filmmaker basically against dot scifi yet. Which oakley does this mandates yes. Yes yes i yeah another. There's a few so as so. Obviously he's yeah that's right so so we've got some guys hopefully the follow. Hey more diversity to better. Actually i look at it so the douglas solid governors take care you too and thank you for listening to sifi talk until next time. The film is called lumina lookout for la. I m c. Three po human sidewalk relations. And you are listening to sci-fi toll..
"gino" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Now another addition of tony tomato on fi talk. This is katie sack off game. You're listening sifi saw co-creator out was like what am i promoting do all right okay. Ready three to one. This is mike. Dirty and the fisher. We're the co creators. The brown coach redemption. And you're listening to suck fi jump on the bandwagon. Everybody else has a gun and other. Hey ride hi. i'm tim. Daly the voice superman right here on scifi talk. Hello i'm doctor rodney. Mckay david hewlett. Hi this is don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. Sometimes you have the anyway but people at all day thanks in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion today on scifi talk. We have gino mccoy on who is dude. Urine alter you do a lot of different things and you do them. Well music movies writing. I if i had a tenth to that talent i hack but i don't. That is great to have you here. Thank you so much success as to program. Tony actually listen to a few of your interviews for a little been on your website but sites. Thank you fits upward thank you. I'm always constantly working really at. It's a never ending story. But eventually i will have to walk away but not now. He'll what happened absolutely not anytime soon. So the film We're talking about is called movement first of all. Where did this idea come to you from. Always been inside. Because i grew up i actually but i was three years old when i first started reading of the star wars books and my mom has me on cassette all the star wars books that time three and a half you know. People are amazed at that that was actually meeting star wars books about time. I think my inspiration started there but for the movie. Lumina wanted to do a movie where you could see how someone is affected. Psychologically by a member of the family or someone that they love being to by. Oh wow interesting. So you went to psychological at mcdonalds. Yeah yeah see exactly like friends. What are not their love with. Designate other is.
Kicking Doors Open (With GIna Yashere)
"Welcomes professional troublemaker. Why thanks for having lobby. I've been jodi west. Read your books are falling you. As far as i'm concerned where friends. I don't care what anybody says. I consider you my friend. We'd be taxing what night best size world opens back up. We gotta beat up in some city in the world. yes. I want to be in this like julian coogan with volun- symphony and everybody the because i've seen a lot on instagram. Pre pandemic alaba jealous. How come. I'm getting buy into these. Hang out. I might not nigerian. I'm coming you're getting an invitation. I always curious what you wanted to do or be when you were growing up. What was like seven-year-old gino's dream gina. Where it's a scientist and an athlete at the same time really. I was a splinter hundred meters was my jam and i was talented and obviously a time from fat. You know had a nigerian families. Are you got the five career doctor. Lawyer accountant engineer own disgraced the family. My mom was going to be a doctor. You're going to be a doctor. But even seven on new. I didn't really like the cya blood. I didn't like barbosa. I want to be scientists. And she's like okay so scientists at athlete i wanted to scientists discover new immi bosom new cells and these things than in my spare time willing olympics. One hundred meters. That was seven
"gino" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Covenants hughes ballot. Everything else. I would say that. That's how it improved. Britain progressively darker deeper and deeper into into the story. Right so goofy and stuff shot with sony's alter and i got this new one four k. Oh nice we used Cooks special flares nuked special flares amorphous. Who shot the first person that put me autry Kettles yup yup does shop black widow. That will so yes. While you were shooting black widow gabrielle. Some yeah love. This love the scammer. He's telling me about some zach should use it on movement elsewhere so because he was hoping to come on the projects right so kind of disappointed but the camera. And then when i spoke to larry gal loved the song to us now. So the lesson that uses sony sony. There that's a beautiful. Who shot or jim is out of. North shore cook sf so special flares. Good and my colors is travis flynn for a technicolor. Worked on the thinking. We worked out of a winter soldier. Always we're always working on captain. America thoughts series. Yeah yeah there's some good work there. I've seen holiday. that's fantastic. Yeah he's the coldest on that one. So travis is building basically the great on lubna a team. We decided to go with the saudi in the sony. Really shot well. Beautiful team is everything. They really is your support staff if it's not there. I'm matter what you're doing post. It's not going to save the film. So how much of larry's stuff survived it in the editing process or did did gabrielle. Hat to or shoot any anymore. Re-shoot any of his Over all those subsidized. I tune out through this. It's about how good is led. Shut type field. Though kubrick an incident moments with two leads so I would say colors really beautiful thing like it talk recently germany in that part of it. Yeah survived led the fight like you know at least site at least like at least ten minutes. He'll survive in which is really good. It was the opening part. You know and everything else recognized. Shot the ritz as far as completion. Where do you see it being done. I think of gun william open data. We're we're able to finish around up july good the july. A rats erupted january so awfully july Open to complete love to invite you to be. Actually i'm kind of i'm kind of in transition myself right now at least rewrite so at least like a private I appreciate that. I do appreciate you see vastly but you know as you know with any sci-fi movie like you know the the effects no creatures creatures not Creature effects practical effects visual effects. We had so many different types of effects in this will result in oil. Dr team everything else that worked really hard special effects team and all that other stuff so we had a number of different effects in that we combined that really came together mel together electric movie. Why is it..
"gino" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Now another addition of tony tomato on fi talk. This is katie sack us game. You're listening sifi saw co-creator out was like what am i promoting to all right okay. Ready three to what. This is mike. Dirty and the fisher. We're the co creators. The brown coach redemption. And you're listening to suck fi jump on the bandwagon. Everybody else has a gun and other. Hey ride hi. i'm tim daly the voice of superman right here on scifi talk. Hello i'm doctor rodney mckay. David hewlett hi. This is don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. Sometimes you have that experience anyway but people at all day thanks in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion today on scifi talk. We have gino mccoy on is dude urine alter you do a lot of different things and you do them. Well music movies writing. I if i had a tenth to that talent i hack but i don't. That is great to have you here. Thank you so much success on the program. Tony actually listen to a few of your interviews for a little. Been on your website but sites up. Thank you fits upward. Oh thank you. I'm always constantly working really. Yeah it's a never ending story. But eventually i will have to walk away but not now. He'll what happened absolutely not anytime soon. So the film We're talking about is called movement first of all. Where did this idea come to you from. Always been inside. Because i grew up i actually but i was three years old when i first started reading of the star wars books and my mom has me on cassette in a radio all the star wars books that time three and a half you know. People are amazed at that that was actually meeting star wars books about time. I think my inspiration started there but for the movie. Lumina wanted to do a movie where you could see how someone is affected. Psychologically by a member of the family or someone that they love being a to by. Oh wow interesting. So you went to psychological at mcdonalds. Yeah yeah see exactly like friends. Whatever are not their love with designate. Other is.
Construction Worker Killed in Newton, Mass. by Collapsed Concrete Wall
"Accident this morning in Newton. One worker killed We get details from WBC's James RoHaas. It was in the backyard of this house that's under construction, where the concrete wall came crashing down, leading to one person being killed. Doing the fire chief Gino Lucchetti says It was just before eight o'clock when they got the call here on Winchester Street. We started out rescue operations into our rescue operations. We realized I had a certain time that the person under the wall was not viable and it turned into a recovery operation. The street was closed for hours as the Fire department police and OSHA investigated. It's not clear what caused the wall to collapse.
Seattle schools superintendent awaits parents' feedback on reopening plans
"School superintendent in East Juno, urging families to return a survey sent out last week asking if their student will be attending in person instruction or if they're going to stay at home with remote learning. There is still no agreement, though, on a return to school for middle and high school students, the latest from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson. April. 5th is the return date for elementary students. Assuming the teachers union ratifies a tentative agreement in voting that began today, Superintendent Juno telling the school board last night, they don't yet know how many families are going to choose. The in person option of our final planning is dependent on survey results. Including teacher assignments, and your student's individual schedule. That deadline to respond is Wednesday. Juno says transportation is going to be a challenge with too few bus drivers at this point, and they've adjusted the start time to eight a.m.. Students to go in person will spend half the day at school four days a week and receive remote instruction from home. The other half of the day. Families were being asked if they prefer mornings or afternoons at school. Gino says. Negotiations continue with the teachers union on the return of middle and high school students, but the governor's orders set April 19th as a deadline.
NCAA Announces Seedings for Women's Basketball Tournament
"State, Stanford, South Carolina and Connecticut had the regional brackets in San Antonio. One legend will be missing at least the first of the tournament. The University of Connecticut announced long time Huskies women's coach, Gino Auriemma, is isolating at home after testing positive for the coronavirus without experiencing any symptoms. The team's lead doctor says Auriemma did not have close contact with any Tier one team member since Friday, and they've all tested negative. Since the top ranked Huskies have earned one of four number one seeds in the tournament. They'll play high point on Sunday. They're set to leave for San Antonio, but Auriemma has to stay behind for a least 10 days. The nearly 67 year old coach just received a second dose of the Corona virus vaccine before testing positive. I'm Jackie Quinn. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News Coronavirus Update. I'm to McGuire with an AP News MINUTE President Biden Vice
UConn coach Geno Auriemma tests positive for coronavirus
"The university of Connecticut announced long time Huskies women's coach Gino Auriemma is isolating at home after testing positive for the corona virus without experiencing any symptoms the team's lead doctor says Auriemma did not have close contact with any tier one team members since Friday and they've all tested negative since the top ranked Huskies have earned one of four number one seeds in the tournament they'll play high point on Sunday they're set to leave for San Antonio but Auriemma has to stay behind for at least ten days the sixty seven year old coach had just received the second dose of the coronavirus vaccine before testing positive I'm Jackie Quinn
Leading during COVID-19 with Ellen Kamei
"Ellen kamei. Welcome back to the majority podcast today. Thanks for having me back kevin. Of course you were one of my very favorite guests ever but you were here on our podcast back in march twenty eighteen which feels like roughly twenty years ago since then a lot has happened to you. A lot has happened in the world. I want to start with you first a sense that you ran for a seat in the city council of mountain view. Which where you were born where you're from you while your seat. And now you're the mayor of mountain view and just a quick plug for your city. My personal way of characterizing mountainview is the most important small city in the world. Because you have these incredibly monumental companies like google like other institutions intact headquartered there so everybody knows where mountain view is the world and i love to hear first of all about. What was your experience like. We're running in a local election. Really going through the grind and now transitioning to serving on a city government. Well thanks so much again. Kevin for having me back. I couldn't sell my city better than you just. Did you know the way i describe. A mountain view is being in the heart of silicon valley so much of the tech innovation about we discuss now actually was bursting in the city of mountain view Matthew mentioned yes. I iran in twenty eighteen in one actually wasn't my first time running for for office for city council mountain view. I run in twenty fourteen loss and really had to make the decision about you. Know did i want to pursue my passion for public service or or not and four years later decided to to run again Happy to share a In got to move from being on the planning commission to a member of the city council so the transition to city council. I mean there's no other to describe it in fast and furious in my first year. We were discussing the really large policy issues that our city our state i think our country are grappling with which are you know housing affordability of that housing in the generation of housing transportation rates. Getting people to shift their mode of a transit instead of being car. Ranted and gino at the same time. How are we providing the best quality of life possible for all our residents so within the first year we're tackling those going into my second year became vice mayor and two months later we had a global pandemic. And and now you know as mayor. I am trying to navigate our city our community our residents To the light at the end of the tunnel of the pandemic so it has been you know legislating on the toughest issues and dealing with something we only typically have to deal with like once century pandemic straight. There are a couple of things fall on the first thing. I want to drill in and a little bit. More is actually the experience of right so a lot of what we do here on the modern majority podcast is to reach out to asia. Americans are the minority communities to build allah ship. But you really transfer know how i think knowledge about. What is it like to be a public servant. If that's what you wanna do what is it like to run an office. You rent twice. You say you lost the first time you won the second time as in like you came. I believe the first out of like six seven other people right and i think the merger victor is also pretty significant. I remember that night and like checking the whole county original bula alad crush everybody. I was very happy about that. But how did that happen. You think now you have a couple of years removed to maybe reflect that experience. What did you do right. The second time that you didn't quite do the first time that led you to your victory while i would say it's two different things. One is a took those four years. But i also took that you know that year of running Invested in myself which is really trying to build. The skill sets necessary to to run again. So i signed up for work through the public speaking coach and i had taken you know. I did feature debate in high school and took public speaking in grad school but being able to speak Forums for sixty seconds or less than being able to adequate we express who you are the candidate. Your policy ideas in under a minute is really tough so i would say that. That was pretty instrumental in being able to formulate a good communication plan. And then the other is. I got some time off of work so i went from fulltime work. Two part time works. That could really get knocking on those doors because they knew that having that face to face interaction is still key to winning a local election so those are the kind of two things they did to invest in myself which is like make the the true commitment to to running giving everything i could and then the other was i would say really committing to the residents and and that is to say you know having his door to door conversations but also trying to meet people where they are which is really trying to be on every social media platform really trying to. You'll be out there in other languages as well as a multi-lingual Being able to have forums where people could ask questions. In their native language i think created inaccessibility. That hadn't been there before over. Thirty percent of our population in the city of mountain view identifies as asia and so that really competed opportunity for me to reach out to the asian american community to make sure that their voice was being heard and twenty teen. I think that there was a lot of policy issues. That were happening both nationally locally. Where the i could see that. Api community getting engaged. In a way that i hadn't seen before
Barbara Fortini on Genomic Data Analytics
"Hello you're listening to dna today or watching your on youtube. We are genetics. Podcast and radio. Show i'm your host cured mean. I am also a certified genetic counselor practicing in the prenatal space so on this show explorer genetics impact on our health through conversations leaders in genetics. Today we have someone from kgi. She's the program director for the masters of science in their human genetics and genomic data analytics program. Her name is dr barbara for teeny so again. She's from the keck graduate institute. She also teaches their masters of science for genetic counseling students. So thank you so much for coming on the show today. Thank you so much for having me. So we're gonna be diving into talking about career options outside of genetic counseling. Which is maybe a shock for some people because we talk about genetic counseling so much on the show. We need to widen the scope a little bit. So we're going to be focusing on genomic data analytics. So can you give us a sense of what this field is for people that have never heard of this before sure and i hope no one's ever heard of it before because we just kind of had to make up a name a few years ago when we went to start this program. A genetic. Counseling is very visible patient facing side of the genetics medical system. But between when genetic counselor gets a test result and goes to tell a patient whether it and what it means for their family there are a lot of people that help generate that results from the companies who are designing the genetic tests in deciding. What gene's gone panels to the actual scientists who are interpreting results to write a report that puts it all into perspective and even further back to the researchers who are discovering the gene disease connections. That then we can use to help support our patients and so from all of those levels from the basic science of what's going on to the practical matter of getting results that can be delivered to a patient. there are scientists working at every step of that process. So there's so much in genetics. I think as we were talking a little bit before we started recording here that people are probably familiar with janet counselors if they listen to this show before tuning and now they've probably heard of people working on the bench so wet lab and actually being a researcher and hearing about doctors and nurses. But there's this whole other side of genetics that you're talking about a figuring out all of the testing and figuring out what is as you set included on panels. We find genetic change. What does that change mean in coming up with all this information and so one of the buzzwords around this and even outside of healthcare is big data. So can you break down. What big data is and you know for focusing on the genetic side. I think big data means a lot of different things to a lot of people. I think there are two main aspects of big data in genetics. The first is the big data on a person scale. So for any person we can look at their whole genome sequence. So that's the massive amount of instructions that are in every cell and then you can even add on top of that like testing results. Mri results fina types. And so trying to integrate that into a picture of what's going on inside. A person involves a lot of data manipulation on the other side. we have the population scale. We have whole genome sequencing for the population which were trying to do with the all of us program but we also have gino typing data which is just looking at a selection of places in the genome so we can do that a lot easier. So we've done it on a lot more people and then using that to understand the population not makes one person sick but what makes some people sick versus others and so both of those scales use genetic data in different ways and i think the one thing that really brings together. The buzzword of big data is just the fact that you cannot analyze it by hand. There's not one person sitting there looking at gel and saying like okay. This is what's going on. You have to us by our maddix tools. You have to maybe use a i help. See things that human pattern recognition can't see. And so it's using the tools to understand the data in a way that kind of transcends what we used to be able to do by just looking at you know maybe sequencing one gene or even doing just like restriction fragment polymorphisms. You know that you could interpret on a scale of researchers looking at one piece of data these days. We have just huge data files. Some of the we can't even open on a standard computer. But we try to use. All that information to distill that down to something actionable for a patient
NFL cuts expected to be a ‘massacre,’ ‘bloodbath’ next week
"We are on the fringe. We're nearing free agency. Actually just read a very interesting to tweet about a nfl coach. Saying that next week was gonna be a bloodbath. with the cap situation Do the covid that it's going to be a very interesting year. A lot of people are going to be getting cut prior to free agency to free up room. So we'll see what happens In you know the free agents were talking about might not even be like the big guys you know we end up signing at the end of the day so one big name we have been talking about and you specifically talked about this guy. Quite a bit is joni From new england the patriots are not going to use the franchise on him again. They can't do it. They they're cap situation would allow forward. I believe but with what you end up making the second time around. It really doesn't make any sense to them. As i was listening to boston. Sports radio their day like they were talking about that. Very topic so loonies. He's a big name. being fans. Love is a big often. Attack was out there And they've got to think about bringing their own guys. Back to william jackson in kara lawson entering free agency. So that's a big big names in some big money right there. What what can really afford to do. So that you you hit the list You hit you hit the big players. They're they have of course two big guys. Internally that are scheduled to be free agents in jackson and lawson one of those may end up getting the franchise tag. Probably the non-exclusive. If i had a bad at this point i'd probably say it's carl lawson and and we don't know the exact figures yet but they'll come out soon what the values will be But it's based position and since deandre get paid a little bit more than corners. Speed deanne tag is going to be a little higher. But i think that's a cost of the bengals are willing to take just to avoid the risk of losing carl. Potentially at an already weakened spot you know masterpass russia's spin has been existent Especially last year And i think room on bengals dot com had a couple of comments today from an article today saying they're looking to shore up the pass rush and he didn't mention actually edge rusher cement of course interior pressure which was good to see liu mentioned and we can talk about some interior linemen. Who are going to be on the market that could provide some interior. Pass rush to collapse the pocket if you will but to your question about what. They can't afford i. There is a way for them to structure these contracts with the amount of space that they have available. Of course we don't know what official cap will be just like we don't know what the tag amounts are going to be. We don't really know the final numbers quite yet. We know the cap can't go below one eighty But let's assume it stays right at that floor. I been under the working on the assumption that it's going to creep up to one eighty five rather optimistically but who knows if it gets that high. Is you mentioned kobe. Kobe tope took all essentially all the local revenues that these teams generated and made it two zero for almost all of them. There are some teams based on the cities and state. They were in that allowed some attendance. That really you know. It was a small percentage of what a normal season would be. So they're sitting in a good spot. Relatively speaking in terms of current cap space. There are about thirty seven million once you account for the almost eleven million. They rolled over last year. So at that point if they just stay there. They're they're currently line to be seventh most in cap space and that's a lot to work with in terms just resigning those guys internally and then going out on the market for tuning type of player ariba some more mid tier guys in the bond bell mold last year. You know a more of a modest deal where you get a lot of value in that regard but if they ended up staying put without making cuts and being seventh and cap space that gives them a lot of flexibility. But i think to your earlier point. We are gonna start seeing a lot more cut. We started seeing some today. There were some report. I think gave jackson the right guard for the raiders is not. There's a report that they they're looking to trade their right tackle trent brown. If they can't find a trade partner they'll likely cut him too. So the market's going to be flooded. It's going to be starting to be flooded. It's going to be even more so and on the bengals and they're likely to make some calm cap cuts. They don't need to make them because they have plenty of room. But just the value is not there to keep some of these guys on the books. You know the names. Bobby heart which will save just under five point nine million. Bj phinney will save three and a quarter million with no dead money and then of course geno atkins. We've talked about the gino situation Pretty at length and the question will be whether they released him. Post june one or or designated or releasing prior to june one or designate him or our releasing post you one which adds a little bit more savings to it but if you cut those three guys even if you don't cut gino with a post june one designation that adds about nine million in addition In additional cap space. So if you had that. Nineteen to thirty seven. Obviously naira almost sixty million and fifty six million give or take And that would baltim- in the top five of capital so they have a lot of flexibility to enter the long-term extensions with both their internal free and to go out on the market and signs of sizeable Upgrades hopefully on the offense line and positions that they they really need to
Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau talks handling of pandemic and moving on
"Seattle School District Superintendent Denise Juno says she has some regrets about how the district has navigated the pandemic or handling of the emergency for the last year, is said to be one of the reasons the school board opted. Not to extend her contract more from Cole's Carleen Johnson. The district is under investigation for taking too long to get those special ed students back into classrooms. But do you know explains their approach was different than many district's thought It was important to maintain that connection for students going to places where they were used to talking to the teacher that they knew and loved. And then also our teachers having access to classrooms that they were in it, so it took a little longer to make those matches. She says she does regret they were not prepared to get every student a laptop and WiFi connection when students were first sent home last spring, and she says teachers Didn't get all the help they needed for online learning, and those first months she is leaving at the end of June. Her replacement for the next year as interim superintendent is expected to be Dr Brent Jones, who served as Gino's director of equity and engagement. The school board will finalize that decision on
Grand Jury Votes Not to Indict Buffalo New York Police Officers Accused of Shoving Protester
"Felony charges against to Buffalo, New York police officers have been dropped Officers Aaron Tarkovsky and Robert McCabe were charged with felony assault for shoving an elderly protester to the ground and leaving him to believe, Yuri County District Attorney John Flynn said the grand jury declined to indict that. Crime was committed here. Alright, but Again. We have a system in place here. Where society makes all decisions. It took Martin Good Gino a month in the hospital before he recovered. Flynn said Gugino violated a curfew in place at the time, but should not have been shoved. Aaron Kit RISKY. ABC NEWS New YORK
Is Mourinho to Blame for Spurs' Poor Form?
"It's thursday. i'm gap. He's jewels jobs. We got so much stuff going on because mountie. She'll put your gino winning his first trophies manager. I think his first kofi ever i. We'll be joined by franklin buff to talk a little bit about that in a minute. Manchester united top of the league first time in january. First time since the sir. Alex ferguson era by your munich. Out of the german cups is i don't mean the be. Let's start with tottenham hotspur because we've been talking about their chances are they're going to be better worse than last year. How they're pushing. I feel like i've seen this again. I think they've dropped ten points from leading positions. They played fulham last night. You figure you know not easy but full no time to prepare as well. We'll get to that in a minute. And there's more count sempe gab. They take the lead the play well for twenty five minutes and then they stop the talking and they just want to protect that lead. They want to control the game to manage the game. But there's another hour to go. But he's not a bad idea necessarily when you've sawn and harry kane and all these counter-attackers but you don't even counterattack. You do nothing. You just sit deep and you just wait and we saw that against wolves. What wolf scored in the end we against palace. Guess what in the end and now we see that a home at home against fulham where you just stop playing hurricane. One sean tonga. The whole game. That's his goal twenty minutes in after that. Nothing just nothing and i just don't understand why i'm more for protecting your lead in the last ten minutes you bring another center box in or i don't know you you put back five and you you make sure that you don't leave to more space and etc but no one. There's an hour to go. Don't give not extra confidence to the opposition team. Don't invite pressure. don't let them play. I i take your point. I'm wondering if maybe this was a game. Where i thought was very good when he was on the pitch. This is maybe a game where i always mentioned him. But if you have a lasalle so that you can bring on that may be all of a sudden you can keep the ball more. You can keep the ball further away. You can be a little bit more balanced in in how you do it. You know rather than going. I mean if you're if you're just right now do you go and you knock it down. Levi's store and say look. Don't look at me. This is the best i can do in this thing. That's true i don't. I'm sorry. I don't think that's the best you can do. I don't know the price. I lease the last time i spoke to some of them. They were happy but since december the six when they went top of the table the seven in the league. They lost two hundred four. I mean this is. This is not good enough. This is just not good enough. And i think you could say your needs better player or you need different profiles there and they're still. I still think that he gets his wrong. That tactics is wrong because the pleasure doing what he says. he's saying. Okay win the lead saw against arsenal in a second of and they were up and that was fine and they managed to get out and okay good but as we said against war against pilots against on this. Just not good enough. I'm sorry you keep talking. Last night. In a game against tim against fulham who had played three days three days before with the strongest team in the africa because he didn't play again for another week.
Dealing With Sensory Processing Issues with Laura Benanti
"How is managing a with your daughter. You know it's really interesting so right. Before we went into quarantine she actually Was diagnosed with sensory processing issues. So that was crazy. Ms it was like we were supposed to start occupational therapy a few times a week and instead they were like you're the teacher and the Let's go so that was a challenge but we left new york city and went and stayed with my parents new jersey in the house. I grew up in a full nine months. But my dad my stepfather. But i call that cheese psychotherapists in a holistic health counselor so that was kinda outweighs al. Yeah and then my mom's voice teacher in it's just like my daughter's obsessed with them so weirdly. She had this beautiful lake villa. Like italian experience. Living with your grandparents such. It's not in our american culture and the way it is so many other cultures and so she got to have this beautiful experience with them. And i got to work because my parents took on like four hour shifts each day like my mom four hours. My dad each four hours husband wear which was. Yeah it really was. It really was audible and my daughter's thrived in a way that i am just so grateful for and we ended up actually moving out of new york city because she seems to be doing so much better with more room and more space with being able to go outside. It's interesting because occupational therapists said to us Has happened if you think of her brain as a bank is. She wakes up with one hundred dollars in the bank. A costs for ninety nine dollars to take the subway will mom. She's got a dollar left the rest of the day and that was such a perfect way to put. It made it so manageable for me to understand like she's just not in a place where that's healthy environment for people who are listening on. What a different things. That you've learned That you feel other than that. Very great big piece of advice as a great way to think about it. What are the things that you've learned work well for her. So there's a book called beyond behaviors because Sensory parents really for me. Based i'll say it's challenging for me to understand the difference between behavioral moment and a sensory She's in a sensory overload or behavior might might not great but she literally cannot help. It is not a thing where meeting on account to three. And then you're gonna stop. It's it's not something that i kept logical. It's not a it's not logical. That's the perfect word So for me distilling. That has been really helpful in. That book was helpful for me with that. Also just sensory play so lake Shaving cream in the bath. Tub kinetic sand touching different textures. We play a game where i've put her on the bed Ocean and i like swish her fourth inside langat and it gives her sort of cozy dark movements and she really loves that. We noticed that mccarthy fight or flight would be a little bit off. She'll be tantrum ing because she wouldn't go through the flight. Art shoot only. Get to fight so we learned circuit being like okay. Let's play hide and seek. When she started to tantrum. It would break her out for us. We discover that refined sugar is really challenging for her. We remove that from her diet and and that has been like incredibly hopeful. Gino subaru lates in the morning is not great for her zoom. Can't handle it So really just understanding what works for your own particular child then needing them where they're at
Applications and Impact of CRISPR/CAS9 in Bioprocessing
"Today. I'm joined by fanling. Wong director of cell line development and protein sciences and zane starkey wolf director of corporate development from wishy biologics. I'm excited to be speaking with both of you. Today about crisper cast nine technology and its possibilities in the discovery and development biopharmaceuticals. We will also conduct a deep dive on its potential impact on bioprocessing and bio manufacturing. Welcome fanling and zane to the podcast. Zinke randy glad to be here. Thank you brandy before we get too far and because of our audience is quite diverse with regards to their experiences in life sciences. Fenland could you please provide some background on. Crisper cast nine as molecular biology. Gene editing tool. Yeah sure so christmas. Nineteen action system is actually adapted from a natural procure arctic defense mechanism to bacteria to simplify. What could spec assistant can do is took leave the face she and i was. It has been incorporated into the bacteria routine on so that to keep the fate from reproducing. Crisper is actually akron stands for clusters servers regularly interspace. Shot had a dramatic repeats and kissed by the most well well-researched variant of the class outcasts nucleus. Which has been used within the gene editing function. So i think the research community have actually adapted this mechanism to revolutionize how we perform the genetic modifications Not only in pro arctic. But or so. You can arctic sales since the system was first published and zane i know from our previous conversations that you were saying that crisper casts has an intriguing origin. Would you be able to elaborate. Yes interesting research can be found on crisper that dates back to the late. Eighty s Other work has been conducted throughout the first decade of the two thousand however it wasn't until two thousand twelve that two pivotal research papers were published in the journal. Science one by jennifer down nov uc berkeley and manual shopping chair of the university of vienna and then another pianist by doctors cross unanimous and sickness at vilnius university. All demonstrating the use of bacterial. Crisper cast nine as simple programmable. Gene editing jewel. But i know that the story doesn't stop there does it no. It certainly does not in less than a year in two thousand thirteen. The labs of dr fung jong and will chong of the burden student. Mit dr george. Church's lab at harvard reported success in adapting. Crisper cast nine for genome editing in your area cells and both mouse and human cells. And i know that we could really spend an entire podcast. Just on the history of crisper so i wanted to stay focused on the technology here. There's been a lot of excitement since discovery about this molecular biology tool. Can you explain why. Sure the remarkable functionality of this tool is that it allows scientists to target specific locations within the genetic code of an organism to cut out or replace a segment of dna due to the high specificity and exactness of utility. The applications have far reaching potential. And it has already become a much to walks game changer. In many fields of life science because it enables efficient cost effective and precision gene. Editing that has a wide utility for development of biological therapeutics including so and gene therapy disease modeling diagnostics agriculture industrial biology and more. And this has me thinking just about alternatives to crisper casts altogether Are there other ways to edit genomes. And if so what makes a crisper cast so much better. Great question brandy many of the other gene editing systems utilize today such as zinc finger. Nicholas's talons the use of mega nick. Liaises or other by all vectors like a. Iv compared with christopher cast nine are in the end very complex and time intensive often requiring many more steps and thus are more costly as well also and this may be greatest benefit. Is that crisper chess. Nine as a low off target affects profile which again makes it an ideal gene. Editing tool justify along with that. I've read many Recent advances using crisper technologies. Could you elaborate a little bit on those. The advances are extensive and continuous. We speak one example includes crisper a crisper i which are techniques to up and down regulate gene expression using dead cast nine dead cast nine removed the nucleus capability of cast nine but still allows for the targeted binding to a double stranded. Dna sequence of interest using the highway. Specific guide are a that is one of the cornerstones of crisper genome editing. I'd like to add that another application. It's a using crisper for hamas directed repel or so called a the are so this technique in simple terms can repel a double stranded. Dna break which is very important for genus ability. But what does the crisper made. Sdr can do is that. It cannot only to repel a break. But or so crew. Eight the break and then replace it with a small mutation or as elijah sequences so this techniques have actually substantially opened ability or researchers to make gino added more quickly and more efficiently
Young Republicans Have Something to Say
"As a seventh generation georgian. I feel strongly about local politics. But i also feel strongly about having candid conversations across the aisle so john. I started this conversation agreeing that we can disagree and i think gino was okay with that i enjoy having conversations with people who i don't always see eye to eye like we have disagreements. I prefer those conversations so much more than i do. The ones where we're all saying the same thing. In addition to being a policy consultant. For senator kelly. Leffler janelle appears regularly on tv to discuss politics and runs a construction business with her husband. You're an entrepreneur. You're the former deputy state director of the georgia republican party. Your co founder of speak georgia and i know you from your bipartisan weekly. Tv show. you're a panelist on atlanta fox. Five the georgia gang and i am from atlanta georgia. Mostly sandy springs georgia. That's the suburbs And i was born in new haven connecticut and we moved to north carolina when i was younger and then from north carolina. I moved to georgia. So i claim georgia. I've been here now for over ten years so in this georgia has definitely raised me so I definitely claimed georgia. And what i do right now. I am a media personality. And i do political commentating. A large part of who. I am is built in all of the mistakes that i made. You know you had said something to the effect of you know you feel like you are a combination of your mistakes and near learnings can you. Can you walk me through a formative experience you had when you were young. That you feel was like an aha moment for you. Yes oh what. A lot of people don't know is that i was raised in a hebrew household as hebrew. Israelites you know. We were taught that we are direct descendants from of the people israelites. in the bible So you know you have the jewish community and then you have the hebrew community. So i i like to say hebrews or simply black jews It's much deeper for us but for the sake of explaining it So we kept the holy days we didn't i didn't we didn't have like christmas or easter that stuff only the holy days we didn't even have hanukkah so because it wasn't tally a holy day. Right so i i like to say. I'm half jewish so you get it you get it Yeah def and our family was like you get one night of hannukah like yourself right so i think you know this is something is really small but i hated it when i was a child but now i understand the beauty of it where we didn't celebrate christmas and as a child that felt really lonely but as i got older it kind of prepared me to be the oddball out and it made me comfortable like so i was in malcolm. Glad while training hours ten thousand hours by the time you graduate high school exactly exactly and we didn't wear pants so i was like the girl in the skirt who never wore pants who debt. And you know. Celebrate any other holidays and It was just like training and being your own person and values based. I exactly exactly you know. We were taught that our hope is in. God are there's something greater apart in this world that has nothing to do with politics or what we see in the natural it kind of puts you in a position where you feel a boat to Be who you are. And and not me the acceptance of a lot of people in order to do it so that was a really formative time for me in my childhood and i think as am i became an adult. Something that was really really form to me is that i got married twice before having parents who were marry for now thirty eight years and they were the first each other's first boyfriend girlfriend they never dated anyone else and their parents are right so you had that ends example of a lot of laughter. Exactly that
A.J. Green keeps future with Bengals up in the air: 'Who knows what is going to happen?'
"Green had a decent game yesterday He after the game was Noncommittal about his future is going to help him with that. Aj thank you. i love you. You're going to be thirty three years old next year. See it's not here not here. I mean this is. This is not something that's franchise should have to wrestle with. I do think you referenced atkins before. I do think one of the most interesting off season questions is do they move on from a guy who played a whopping seven snaps yesterday and they are roughly thirty million dollars to over the next two years. Do they move on tough. How do you not you have to start moving on from old bed players. You're your goal for the next. Three games should be to figure out who you on this roster that you can go with. It's not no atkins gino watkins. It's not going to be jay green next year them. We just we just let go of back in two thousand fifteen. They were good because for years. It seems like that's driven. The strategy gives them rewards player but andrew. Whitworth give your young lineman chance. Give some linebackers chanson and go from that. You have to figure out what you have. At some capacity because of all the whole we just mentioned in the last segment with the new england patriots cling to jeans seconds to about the current state of their team which is not great but would they cling to gino atkins. Because it used to be good a long time ago no or because. They felt like they owed him something with the pittsburgh. Steelers no with the baltimore ravens with lynn. The san francisco forty nine know what. Zack taylor's old teams. Move on move on from expense. Ami did it last year underperforming players. The dolphins were oh and seven and tanking moved on. Yes people what are they taking doing this publicly. Okay there now. Competing there in the playoff hunt. They went toe to toe with the chiefs. Like they're in a better position. I think there's a place in the nfl for jay green. I do on like a two year deal green bay or something. I don't know that there's a place in the nfl for gino acts
"gino" Discussed on RPM45
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"gino" Discussed on RPM45
"That reciprocates that makes us feel full. For some people they lose the sense that doing alone the become a nickel of doing not thinking is it bringing back something that is fulfilling me? There's mentioned me feel. Like a human, a lot of people. For instance, if you simply work for money, maybe we'll succeed. But when the money comes, you'll find yourself empty. So, you'll find yourself doing things you may not to do to fill in the empty holes as nature vacuum. Doing something you really love when the success comes if the money comes well, it's part of your life and you don't get lost the whole money thing you're onto the next project you love what you're doing and so it fulfills your life now the danger is. Is If what you do becomes sole purpose of your life. Yeah, there is a danger there has to be also the sense of being. So for instance, the woods. I. Think it was the book written I and from what I do and I do just am that's what I put it in that song ugly then. To be. To do. And into have. That's desk. Be I you do next you have. And hopefully, they're all working in sync together. When you you left am. And you went to Era Sta. Is this is this what you were talking about earlier where people were telling you what to do and who to collaborate with. Clive Davis Yes to to a point of destruction To the point where I had recorded a black car record in, they wouldn't put it out wouldn't allow anybody else United States put it out how I had to go to Europe and was thinking of in Europe and then Canada, and then they finally succumbed and I was just a mess you know. You say. Those were the days when record companies controlled at all today you signed. One. A company you don't sound for long-term is totally changed so that really did hurt me but it was my mistake because. You Swim. In Shark Tank, you're going to get bit. Industry is, the shark tank. Especially that one especially that company yeah. But. You know a lot of false promises made and I bought them but part of me. Know People will ask what? Many Times. In religious terms asking her, what is God? Of course, we all understand. How nature created stars, wounds and?.
"gino" Discussed on RPM45
"But I would have wanted to be most been would WANNA be. Good life of life of choices. That's right. Choices than the more empowered you feel but with those choices. Came something else looming Some of those choices would lead you to dark places people you had no idea. That we will either seek revenge or. Try to do harm in some way. And so I learned very very quickly. We use the word of saying refrain myself. Because when I wrote that song was twenty two years old. Twenty two. The first thing you feel. Instability. Yes. and. So you feel you can do what you want whether you will you can't or not. And as I grew up a little bit and as I got into my mid to layer twenty, I started realizing it's not exactly the way it was part of that is just. You maturing process you know growing up. And twenty two. Thinking about where you were in your life at twenty two and what you had accomplished, you could be that guy. Well just the fact that you know I was on stage every night people waiting for me all the time you know. It was really really bad thing you know when I look back for most of us it's a fantasy life. Well, it's a bad thing. Let me tell you why it's a bad thing because it gives you a false impression of yourself install as the years go on you think that your this thing and when it all all of a sudden stops you go what happened nobody loves me anymore. So you feeling a loss instead of thin normality. And you were a questionably a sex symbol as a performer in those days. Get some people thought me that way but when it all stopped. The adulation kind of went by the wayside and people weren't following me anymore. No more notes on. I read. Carrara and all that kind of stuff stop and then you go like I said, the problem is you with what happened what's I felt loss Instead of feeling all this is a normal life. Yeah. Our experience that extreme high and when. Come down to a normal life they look at it like it's all gone. And also identification with work as yourself. And when the work isn't there. It's it's deflating if you're in that space. Look. There's something about. Generic existence. Of Men, women, creatures, animals, insects, all living things, plants. as the Bible Wednesday, to every season, there's purpose. So to every man woman in living fingers purpose. And Up to find that purpose because that purpose gives us happiness. Now. It is. Something we do. Because we have hands, we have phones we have tool of is where years knows we have a mind create. Part. If if we don't create, we don't exist. As simple that starting with maybe fire or the wheel in the bronze, age? Is really symptons set. So we were built to create. So that's why one of our. Missions in life is to find exactly what it is that we feel comfortable doing..
"gino" Discussed on RPM45
"Out of maybe thick headedness on a wanting something that I was undeserving out at the time. And then moved to Los Angeles for about four months. And visited knocked on every door until finally You know crashing through the gates of a meeting herb Alpert. auditioning for for him live. Just. An you know. Okay. Let's welcome family. Let's let's go for it. So. That was the beginning of Of An interesting career because of. Criteria or the or the boundaries with him very, very few as long as I sold enough records. To pay for the record and for them to make any kind of neat little profit they just give car blocks and said, well, do what you do. So for me, it became almost a religious mission or mission questions. To get better and better and better Mike. Crafts. So from crazy powerful people I thought I made strides in the public thought so too seem. Maybe, close to three hundred, hundred, thousand records at the time and had a pretty good hit with people gotta move and then storm Insana came out I've felt I've made even better strides musically, and that's all well without any hit singles. and H Ow Zoll more and more and more to like got to. Burn the which was you know over a million. APPS. Can you talk about what you say crashing through the gates at am it's a great story. It's just a story of intuition and maybe a little bit more mystical intuition but I saw it happening before my eyes in in sort of twilight sleep. And allow you to do is follow it and I waited at the gates of Ainum. Herb Garden his office and just ran through the eight and. Accosted him and All kinds of keystone cops stuff was happening but bottom line was that he he saw something in my eye and just. Arabs one of those kind of guys Jill confident about shooting from the hip I think the fact he was an artist himself gable freedom. Yeah? Of course, he understood how artists feel understood though the. Pitfalls artists so artists can get a little narcissistic into into themselves in a lose sight of the bigger picture he understood all that, but he also understood that. Artists have they're the ones? WHO HAVE VISION? And that vision must be followed through energy water down that vision too much. There's no from nobody's happy. So coming nets. So he understood that and that's what was the difference between him and a lot of other record companies lottery companies would have seen what I done in really. Down to something else. How would they water it down? Well, get together with this for instance, once I had to Boy In promised a certain record company that okay I will try writing with this guy if you want me to write guy. So I wrote with this guy and I won't mention names and like a word comes up like embrace and valorize Zona. We never use the word embrace in music into. The that that that kind of thinking is foreign to me. And so I found myself at odds with people. WHO had a? Bowling Alley Bumpers. This is all they would do and the GonNa follow this straight path for me music wasn't about that. So the struggle for me, it was to be able to commercialize monetize what I do if not for myself for those who invested in mind and I always seem to do enough. Go into the next project for sure. Yeah I. Just WanNa. Stop. which was your first huge hit. I read that you really had some ambivalence about that about trump going for singles. that. You would prefer to live album to album than single to single. This is true..
"gino" Discussed on RPM45
"The studio How to capture your in signs in a place that forum to the insides you know a place with walls would ceramic can would. Phone in how do you be yourself? You know those times you read you're on the couch playing guitar piano, and you swear that would be that would be a lovely taken that repeal beginning song, and then you get into the studio and you feel a little tongue tied will nervous and you find that it becomes a sort of a a hurdle studio becomes not your enhanced but hurdle to well to to understand that, and then of course, understanding engineers and producers and house to are built. In that time in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seventy. Canadian. In production. Records. Really wasn't that all that sophisticated most of the good records were made either Abbey Road in London. Or the Columbia Studios in New York where sound Garfunkel recorded or the Capitol Studios you know where Sinatra? Record in La. So you know I changed in Canada by the time. Dion Bryan Adams and artists such became popular A lot of a lot of Canadian producers. and Canadian studios really became more studios, but at nine, hundred, seventy, eight, it wasn't the case. Well, I listened to I found on Youtube your. I think is your first record, Geno both. Van. L.. E.. Yeah. That was the name of your band or is that what you calling yourself? As. A. This is nine, hundred seventy and some of the thinking that people fell. Were that a lot of talons you know with an ethnic sounding names shoe try not to sound too ethnic all. Because I mean you know Tony Bennett and because he was Benedetto or something like that right and. Martin was something else vic damone always singers eh really very ethnic sounding names until six months later after the record. You're going to be you Y- whatever yeah I listened to it though I enjoyed it. I did I really. I was surprised. It was it was I was expecting something you know rather raw and I love our. Run many ways but I mean it's It's it in some ways it's an endearing it was it's kind of an r. e. feel to it, and that has to be my all time favorite music. So I did enjoy it. You know Alabi side was a little bit better crying Lucas it's A. It's a lesson in learning a heartless lowering that real craft of making music and It took me years and years and years I mean after seventeen was a four to five year period for your period before got signed in and that four year period every day added everyday with lessons, drum lessons, piano lessons, guitar lessons, and trying to write a song listening to. Either lennon-mccartney or or dirt back records the web or some of the all writers that coke order in June July Kern, and trying to understand what makes what constitutes a could song..
"gino" Discussed on RPM45
"Hey this is marquess off and this is RPM forty-five. Today my interview with Gene-o? Pinelli. who had big hits in the seventies and eighties we're talking to platinum albums five gold albums to tap five singles in the US and many more in his home country of Canada. But there's much more to this interview than the music that you know finale created it's about his life and his spiritual journey I think you'll find it interesting my interview with. Vanilla. You've had quite a journey. Haven't you I have. Yes. Quite yet, there's a few things yet. I want to accomplish. Well, I wanNA talk about all of it. Though I like to start though with your beginnings and what I learned is that you come from a very musical family. Dad was a singer cabaret singer and very much into out what I would consider some of the better artists of the day a big bands combos ranging from jazz to classical to contemporary as really acquainted with all. The Duke Ellington's and Count Basie and Stan Kenton Artie Shaw and Even some of the South American bands, you know she's Rodriguez Luna Russi in a few than can also be the soloist or miles coltrane and Brubeck and. Oscar Peterson. So our are reading at home. It consisted of listening from everything from Bobby Darin to you know to Caruso. The influences very wide and really it really does explain why music covers a lot of those territories. It also explains why it took me a little bit of time to really in a sense you know sculpt a style that was completed in itself because not only was it a style that I wanted to sculpt according to my big band or jazz since but according to my contemporary pop rock sense but also. According to you know my my soul background and then also according to you know Mike. Affection for poetry. So really took many years to all those elements together to become one. Your music is hard to pigeonhole. Listened to all those kind of music can somehow they can roll around me Nell come up with A. Folk Song and then. Throw INS and courts Jazz James in there just to spice it up for myself my own ears. And to some people it's jarring but to me, it's interesting. Absolutely keeps it interesting. But you know even at the height of your commercial success, your music was more than just coming to escape too. Late there would definitely was you know a pop jazz aren't be All that stuff. There was a lot of things I learned in preparing for this that I didn't know like verse thing was that you started out very young and you had a record contract. Still as a teenager. Yes assigned to RCA victory was called time at seventeen years old right outside of high school. was. An eye opener I thought it would be easy. because. The all I had to do is go when audition play the instruments and play one of my songs and. Was a Friday, and then after school and Monday morning president of our Candida called me and said, you know we'd like to sign you while so I. I. You know. Mistakenly. Thought that it would be an easy road. And then once I got into. Recording was really all about..
"gino" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Italian, in Greek so of our first name being Greek in less than being talented, she sounds like more the actress than anything. I will careful about that I mean I've introduced to. Annex that I was dating for about six months some America. Really careful about that because I don't know I just I feel like I. Have such an amazing relationship with her I don't want to introduce you to somebody. Right away that you know I don't know. I'm kind of very. You know, very. Nervous about that looking for the word. It's just some. kind of like. He tried to keep my my life a little private being in the entertainment industry, but I'll know the time is right to you know because I really I i. stay straight out either girls that I date or. You know girls that I've been on a few dates with like my priority and I'm not trying to sound like you know I'm not trying to sound like an Nassar I say my number. One priority is being at that like my daughter and again it may come off I don't WanNa come off like. Cocky like that and like like being like. This the only girl in my life she comes first, she really does. She's like number. One priority in my life. I love my work. Very very myself into my work and my and my family's AH kind of. A. Daughter you know you know friends and family and my career. And I know that's hard for a girl to Kinda. Understand unless she's in the same situation. It's much harder for girl doesn't have a kit. Have kids some of them? Get a little jealous. I don't know why we it's a little girl. They should respect that I'd rather have. A girl, or wouldn't be like I, love and certain goals to say that like I love how you want your daughter. That's that's amazing. That's beautiful, your incredible dad, which they say during the crowd. A lot of bags don't spend a lot of time with their kids. Which I find kind of weird to like I'm not the type of data like see. My daughter wants a week. I just I just can't do that. I have to see a lot more. Yeah very well, said you and you're right about that. I mean that's one of the courage piece to hear you talk like that because we have a fatherless crisis in our country right now and so many guys. Me Neither and it's so many guys that are in a situation like yours. Where it's you know they do put the onus on themselves. They put the focus on themselves in their own personal life. Don't put the kids first and I think we see devastating results in our society as a result of that. Yeah, I mean you know it is hard to juggle. Again I'm just I would say grinding along had some great accomplishments, but I'm still grinding along in my career isn't important, but my kid comes first so juggling being a dad career. My you know. My Dad's just turned eighty during the pandemic. We have we. We had already planned and it didn't happen so I still you know not what to still have my parents and again. Being very family oriented and family, and even even with the Greeks I It's just it's hard to juggle, but I I've always been able to multitask. You know like back maybe back ten twenty years ago like he had a focus on one thing. And now you know the term Renaissance Man or renaissance woman has become like. A cool thing where before they're like you just got focus saw in. You can't be over. Not over the Bush, but you got to focus on lung thing I think multitasking if you can do it. Doing, because if I just kinda like just concentrated on long thing I would get like nothing gun, and I'm good ad. kind of like almost like I'd put a pie together. I'm like this is this is the monetize spend today on daughters, talking to spend on my family and friends in the amount of time spent my work, so I try to I. Try to like you know. Send mostly schedule, because sometimes you off schedule, but I do the best I could to. Priority Because I. Tell my friends this all timing. You wouldn't hear me. Talk like this ten years ago twenty years ago. The clock is ticking. You can't be time. The clock is ticking, and that's one thing that's never been defeated his time, so try to plan your your time accordingly as you get older. Yeah, yeah, very well, said you know and it struggle for a lot of that work life family balance, and I think along what you said they're. The most important thing is to present no matter which one of those categories you're in at the moment and be totally there so what about as far as discipline goes Gino. What type of disciplinarian you as a dad, and is it different than the discipline style you grew up with? Well. From you know the old school of you know. My parents came from a small little town in Italy called Pietra Daza from the city of Potenza which is in the south which is on the heels I learned English in school I only spoke Italian as a kid. They came here in nineteen sixty eight. So that disciplined one. You know I think I went out out with my friends like out with like a curfew. Until was about sixteen so you know I'm. You know people you know people that have older kids now. They're like wait till she turns thirteen. She becomes a teenager. She's you know. She's GonNa. That's GonNa Cadillac. She's GonNa. She'll spend a lot more less time with your a lot more time with friends. It's more, you know. I know it's more of a coddle in and. You! Know treating with. White gloves because it's a lot different than how we grew up She's very sensitive. My daughter, so when I kind of the reprimand her. She gets very like you're mad at me. Your Daddy's met on like a man. I'm just trying to explain the good and the bad like. There's you know you can't do that whether she, does she she. She does not patients or trying to teach you about patients and stopping she this ipad situation. It's good and bad. And just just a couple of days ago. She's on her IPAD. She's walking with it as we're walking at my place. And she said kind of trip and I'm like you gotTA. Look at the IPOD walking and put it down. You're walking and she got like upset about. You're mad at me, but now in the last couple of days I say I say Athena I'd say you know. When we leave the house, you're I pay down, and then you look at it in the car fuel and she's I okay, and then she puts it down and so It's hard because I'm very sensitive. And my ex. She says you're sucker you you late. She she's toxic goes strings, and she gets you all the time. And she thoughts I mean she's. She's the love of my life, so I'm kind of. Very. You know I given very very quickly sometimes, but the hardest part about discipline. Is trying to get her on trying different foods? You know she's fixated on chicken nuggets, fries and And She's not into vegetables unless it's pureed and she she she hates the smell cheese. She doesn't want to try pizza. So trying to figure that you know that has been very challenged because I want her to eat healthier, so we try to Cadillac compensate, the proteins like great yogurt with low sugar and stuff like that, so there's a lot of I still you know got work to do, but so far so good. Yeah. That's cool Gino and yeah. It's definitely some patients needed at the dinner table my house as well with the four kids at four different types of. Foods and my youngest is my daughter, too. So when it comes to discipline, it's been a complete after going from having three boys, and and feeling comfortable with the way I, was disciplined them to now adding the girl and having to you know, try to adjust it's it's been a bit of a challenge because she's the love of my life as you'd say there and so i. it's a learning process for myself as well and I know you. You've been busy his pandemic working on a children's book. What was the genesis of the Children's book? What is it about?.
"gino" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Italian, in Greek so of our first name being Greek in less than being talented, she sounds like more the actress than anything. I will careful about that I mean I've introduced to. Annex that I was dating for about six months some America. Really careful about that because I don't know I just I feel like I. Have such an amazing relationship with her I don't want to introduce you to somebody. Right away that you know I don't know. I'm kind of very. You know, very. Nervous about that looking for the word. It's just some. kind of like. He tried to keep my my life a little private being in the entertainment industry, but I'll know the time is right to you know because I really I i. stay straight out either girls that I date or. You know girls that I've been on a few dates with like my priority and I'm not trying to sound like you know I'm not trying to sound like an Nassar I say my number. One priority is being at that like my daughter and again it may come off I don't WanNa come off like. Cocky like that and like like being like. This the only girl in my life she comes first, she really does. She's like number. One priority in my life. I love my work. Very very myself into my work and my and my family's AH kind of. A. Daughter you know you know friends and family and my career. And I know that's hard for a girl to Kinda. Understand unless she's in the same situation. It's much harder for girl doesn't have a kit. Have kids some of them? Get a little jealous. I don't know why we it's a little girl. They should respect that I'd rather have. A girl, or wouldn't be like I, love and certain goals to say that like I love how you want your daughter. That's that's amazing. That's beautiful, your incredible dad, which they say during the crowd. A lot of bags don't spend a lot of time with their kids. Which I find kind of weird to like I'm not the type of data like see. My daughter wants a week. I just I just can't do that. I have to see a lot more. Yeah very well, said you and you're right about that. I mean that's one of the courage piece to hear you talk like that because we have a fatherless crisis in our country right now and so many guys. Me Neither and it's so many guys that are in a situation like yours. Where it's you know they do put the onus on themselves. They put the focus on themselves in their own personal life. Don't put the kids first and I think we see devastating results in our society as a result of that. Yeah, I mean you know it is hard to juggle. Again I'm just I would say grinding along had some great accomplishments, but I'm still grinding along in my career isn't important, but my kid comes first so juggling being a dad career. My you know. My Dad's just turned eighty during the pandemic. We have we. We had already planned and it didn't happen so I still you know not what to still have my parents and again. Being very family oriented and family, and even even with the Greeks I It's just it's hard to juggle, but I I've always been able to multitask. You know like back maybe back ten twenty years ago like he had a focus on one thing. And now you know the term Renaissance Man or renaissance woman has become like. A cool thing where before they're like you just got focus saw in. You can't be over. Not over the Bush, but you got to focus on lung thing I think multitasking if you can do it. Doing, because if I just kinda like just concentrated on long thing I would get like nothing gun, and I'm good ad. kind of like almost like I'd put a pie together. I'm like this is this is the monetize spend today on daughters, talking to spend on my family and friends in the amount of time spent my work, so I try to I. Try to like you know. Send mostly schedule, because sometimes you off schedule, but I do the best I could to. Priority Because I. Tell my friends this all timing. You wouldn't hear me. Talk like this ten years ago twenty years ago. The clock is ticking. You can't be time. The clock is ticking, and that's one thing that's never been defeated his time, so try to plan your your time accordingly as you get older. Yeah, yeah, very well, said you know and it struggle for a lot of that work life family balance, and I think along what you said they're. The most important thing is to present no matter which one of those categories you're in at the moment and be totally there so what about as far as discipline goes Gino. What type of disciplinarian you as a dad, and is it different than the discipline style you grew up with? Well. From you know the old school of you know. My parents came from a small little town in Italy called Pietra Daza from the city of Potenza which is in the south which is on the heels I learned English in school I only spoke Italian as a kid. They came here in nineteen sixty eight. So that disciplined one. You know I think I went out out with my friends like out with like a curfew. Until was about sixteen so you know I'm. You know people you know people that have older kids now. They're like wait till she turns thirteen. She becomes a teenager. She's you know. She's GonNa. That's GonNa Cadillac. She's GonNa. She'll spend a lot more less time with your a lot more time with friends. It's more, you know. I know it's more of a coddle in and. You! Know treating with. White gloves because it's a lot different than how we grew up She's very sensitive. My daughter, so when I kind of the reprimand her. She gets very like you're mad at me. Your Daddy's met on like a man. I'm just trying to explain the good and the bad like. There's you know you can't do that whether she, does she she. She does not patients or trying to teach you about patients and stopping she this ipad situation. It's good and bad. And just just a couple of days ago. She's on her IPAD. She's walking with it as we're walking at my place. And she said kind of trip and I'm like you gotTA. Look at the IPOD walking and put it down. You're walking and she got like upset about. You're mad at me, but now in the last couple of days I say I say Athena I'd say you know. When we leave the house, you're I pay down, and then you look at it in the car fuel and she's I okay, and then she puts it down and so It's hard because I'm very sensitive. And my ex. She says you're sucker you you late. She she's toxic goes strings, and she gets you all the time. And she thoughts I mean she's. She's the love of my life, so I'm kind of. Very. You know I given very very quickly sometimes, but the hardest part about discipline..
"gino" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Joining me now, first class Father Gino cafarelli welcome to first glance fatherhood. Thank you so much man I'm I'm so honored to be here. Let's start like this. How many kids you have? How old? she's. She's going to be seven actually on Friday and then say. I have one girl. We have one girl. I'll get what type of sports activities she into. On she loves to swim. She's kind of a little bit of I the the little joke. Is that kind of coordinated at now in in the whole kind of trip over feather, but she's been learned. She's the love swimming so I've been than maybe get into soccer. but as far as you know what what she really loves to do, she loves to swim. She loves the water. Okay very cool. If you could please just take a minute here to hit my listeners with a little bit about your background what you do. well I was I, was mainly in corporate America. All my life I was born in Queens. All My life a story of flushing. Whitestone Bayside area. Went to Catholic school went to an all boy. High School went to Saint John's. And then I was Kinda like on the eleven year program at Saint John's because I wanted to kind of start working right away, so I started selling cars for Saturn. Remember an company. I saw sound Saturn's and go to school at night but originally when I was in college I started with a started in the pharmacy program I made the Pharmacy Program. I was book smart in school. But I always kind of wanted to get into the into the yard. Spin enact filmmaker. So I did various sales jobs for any job that I ever took. I always believed in the service or the product, so anything ever sold I. Really believed in so I always mainly in corporate America all my life and Ben just decided really like in two thousand six collide pick everything, and now pick up and going and moves lag just to get away from new. York, not not to really go out there with like I have a set dreams had some. Day, I WANNA? Take a little break from New York. And I went out. Tell Lane just kinda like chilled out a little bit and kind of like started catalyzed, chipping away in happened organically. And then I came back to. Work on a passion project, and then I just went upstate. Yeah Very Cool Gino, and along this journey here about how old are you that when you first became a dad and had to becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life so? So I was I turned forty in. La came back to New York couple years after that, so she's going to be seven fifty. One I'm doing the mets. I was forty four. I kinda. I kinda started late I started late like my friends were like like they had like teenagers and had kids gone college like. Like but I, I guess you say you know better better late than never. you know. How's IT changed me? a lot of I know going to have a girl because. You know mischievous things. That I've I've done a boy is growing up boy it just it. PUTS A. Look at things a lot differently by especially diners, pandemic and and. A lot of people living in fear and worrying stuff, the number one priority. That really scared me the most. I mean my parents are still around. Knock on wood there. They're older, the you know. Scared about kind of like getting them, say making sure they're safe while again number one priority being family, but being that like she's going to be sudden. She's still a kid. You know like I. Just the soil, just a lot of people getting sick, and just it just scared me like I wanna be a blonde. Be around forever to my because I have a very close relationship with my daughter, I spend a lot of time even though she doesn't live with me, she. She lives with her mom. She spends a lot of time with me and been spending a lot more time with me during the pandemic. Because my ex, she's in the essential world. Our family owns convenience stores. I drive through Comedians to start the business kind of like really took off, and she was really busy, so I spent a lot of more more time with my daughter and the challenging par that was the whole home schooling that was that was pretty challenging, so. I got. Yeah. We've all been struggling a little bit with that. The teachers have been doing a great job and over my kids, they've been very good with zoom calls, and and all that stuff staying on top say got four kids myself and my oldest will be starting high school next year, so it's Kinda one of those years for me where I have an eighth grader who's supposed to be graduating eighth three and have a kindergartener. My last kindergarten was supposed to have that going on and both haven't happened yet I. Don't know we'll see if something comes together, but the teachers have been doing a great job, and now that you said. You you have your a door with your with your ex. For a lot of single DADS out there one of the struggles that they have one of the things that's tough to decide is when do you feel like you would be okay introducing your door to a new potential, a girlfriend or spouse that you would be dating? At what point in a new relationship would you feel comfortable doing that? Well, it's been. It's been a few years I mean extra like best friends. She's amazing. She comes from a great family. She's Greek Italian, so it Kinda got the best of both worlds..
"gino" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"So Gino we're back and I you to give us a glimpse of what it looks like to be an entrepreneur. And so with that you know, bring you back to that context and your listening to that context, we've talked about the first part of the book in this content, which is confirmed and let's. We've confirmed that you're an entrepreneur. And the making we moved to the second part of the book, which is glimpse, and you're grabbing one of the tools that it the idea behind glimpses to paint this vivid picture for that entrepreneur in the making, so they can see in advance what the life looks like and make the right. Right, decision for themselves, and in that teach day in the life of an entrepreneur both the dream and the nightmare. The two scenarios that entrepreneurs live in that what I do is I teach the eight critical mistakes that most entrepreneurs make to live in end up in that nightmare scenario so again I'll give you the high level, and that we can go as deep as you'd like, but here they are number. One is not having a vision number. Two is hiring the wrong people number three is not spending time. Time with your people number four is not knowing who your customer is. Number five is not charging enough number six is not staying true to your core number. Seven is not knowing your numbers in number eight is not crystallizing roles and responsibilities. Okay, I definitely know the two that I wanna going deep dive already because I just know my audience, but let's say a second just like last time was go through one or two expounding sentences on each, and then we'll dive in detail. You Bet so number one not. Not Having, vision simply put. You don't need a detail book. Business Plan any longer to launch your business. Ninety five percent of businesses don't need it. Eighty five percent businesses are not raising outside funds when they start, and so the idea, though is I created. A tool called my vision clarifier eight sections to it, and you're just simply getting out of your head in in a document your vision. You owe it to yourself..
"gino" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Gino break. All those crazy. Trouble. Gene. The news with Gina grad. Well, anyone who's betting on the Oscars may want to listen to Elton John Elton feel so strongly that lady Gaga, Mark? Ron's collaboration on the song. Shallow from the soundtrack to stars. Born will win the Oscar for best original song that he's willing to give up one of his houses. He spoke to Ron Toronto on his rocket our radio show and Elton said, quote, I'll bet my house you're going to win an Oscar. I don't want to jinx it. But I guarantee you you're going to win an Oscar one thousand favorites. Cuter ten billion dollars. Well, this was which is already wanna Golden Globe. Critics choice award is up against all the stars from Black Panther. I'll fight from our GB the place where it lost things. Go from Mary Poppins returns. And when a Cowboys traits his Spurs for wings from the ballot of BUSTER Scruggs, and there's no word on which house. He's referring to years homes in London Windsor Venice, France, Atlanta LA. So we'll see I think it's the one with the piano and the sunglasses. That one. Yeah. No, the states. Under white kit. God, I mean got the guy think about how long it's been around. And like how crazy prolific? And and also, I it's it's strange. I wouldn't know. I mean, when you think about human beings, you go like well basketball. You don't get to play past. Like, you're thirty six birthday. You know what I mean? And then there's other sp- golf your employees into your eighties any kind of get it. But then there's weird stuff like bowling, you can go deep into but like singing getting out on stage into playing the piano, doing whatever. It just never seems to go way. You just die some point. But it doesn't Bennett. Yeah. It's it's. I wouldn't like if I didn't know human beings. And I didn't see so many Zampa of it. I couldn't think of things I wouldn't have you going that deep like just seventy five eighty five ninety years old this up there just playing an instrument singing, not missing a beat getting you can just ride that it's just it's a cash cow that you can never have to get off of. And now just keep seeing the same songs and the ad a couple more than there's a Broadway version. It just goes and goes and goes I'm trying to look up. How old Aretha Franklin was when she died because she was going up until the end, I should a married. Elton, john. Well, I'm just saying. All they do is leave and come home with a sack of money. You just luxuriate, and whatever it is the probably have soaking jacuzzi tub in your piano with carpet around it. I bet the carpet goes right up to the edge of the top. Per class, look, and they just come over the sack money. And then you go, oh, we going to spend that money. He goes now going out again. Okay. I'll spend it. And then they take off. Just gathering. They just keep going out absolute, right? And by the way, you know, another good example of that a mob you supportive opening night or whatever. We'd have an argument about me talking on my cellphone like the whole time and the first road and everything, but I'd say I've started about you showed up. Yeah. A movie I watched for maybe the twelfth time over the weekend that I love so much is behind the candelabra. Oh, yeah. I go. Douglas, Matt Damon sixty seven years old when he died and Liberace died. He was he was Wayland still on the piano. Yeah. That movie is so good and a weird like ally. Should I liked this movie kind of way tastic fantastic should have been in the theaters? Well, Sam Cooke, speaking musicians, his death remains one of the unsolved mysteries of the rock and roll era. He was fatally shot an LA motel in December nineteen sixty four. But the circumstances were never fully determined. So the documentary remastered which debuted Friday on Netflix probes. The singer's killing the botched investigation his friendship with Malcolm X with Muhammad Ali is remastered series..
"gino" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Gino break all those crazy trump's we gene trump gene the news with gina grad this is the story i referred to earlier in the show that i was very curious about your opinion adam the san francisco chief of tourism has been forced to tell the truth about his own town as he begs the city to clean it up so joe della sandro recently said that the streets are filled with drug users shooting up in broad daylight human excrement homelessness and more he's a tourist often complained to him about the dirty streets when they find when they come visit san francisco this go travel association reported that twenty five point two million people visited the city in two thousand sixteen they spent almost nine billion dollars karen flood she's the executive director of the business improvement district recently said quote we're desperate enough to expose ourselves to look for solutions well homeless people take the path of least resistance i mean we would like them to not do that but they just sort of do you make it easy for people to take a path they they take that path and homeless like the homeless situation is never going to sort of clear it self up there needs to be things and pass need to be taken and i say i would love to find out like who these people belong to like you do when you find a dog that's stray on the street and you go whose dog is like okay you have a feeling of i don't want this dog roaming the streets i don't wanna biding a mailman but also care about the dog like where's this dog come from where's it's home so i i i'd like to know like where this where they come from who are their parents what goes on how can we re assimilate these people back onto the sofa there got.
"gino" Discussed on The Morning Roast
"Did you think about the end of that game before we get to the larger concern about what the yukon situation isn't sport yeah i mean the whole game was actually really really really good they actually no because it we watched the final four weekend that had a lot of behead gays and so in when often when you have a game like that we all focus on that last shot but the whole game was back and forth and i watched it on dvr back and forth you can't probably shouldn't have won or shouldn't even get into overtime but they came back five right yeah they had a big shot big three and then a crazy steal to put them into overtime time and then goumba wiley shot at the end she played well all night her shot at the end was unbelievable and it reminded reminiscent of yukons loss last year where there was a big shot in generally the same area of the court kind of the right wing you know what you think of that game i thought garages notre dame's coach cut l coach gino is that wrong i mean the obvious outcome oriented reason for that which is they wan notre dame for those who don't know has some like four acl injury home and crazy okay they lost four role players acl injuries over the season which is why i didn't think they would win it wasn't just because of the you know the yukon seek but knowing about these sort of the hand that they were dealt with they're coming there with and looking at just of watching both teams seeing where which players they committed their defensive resource to if but like notre dame made the right decisions.