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"gorman" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

05:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"gorman" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"Without any data to support it that most people have never been part of a conspiracy or even known a person who has and the thing that struck me as man first of all. I grew up in chicago. Where i don't know how it isn't york. But you don't get anything done without paying somebody off influencing and everything is a frequent correct and then i was a research associate university has arizona for an i left because i thought you know the phd process and that whole thing was very political quote unquote Which is also conspiratorial. And then i got into business. And i had a business and built my business. Sold a to A nasdaq company. Everything about that. Everything about business. Everything about large financial transactions is holly's conspiracy show but then the first one you use an example of conspiracy and my audience will love this. A conspiracy was behind the assassination of president lincoln. But not president kennedy and again since we'll wrap this up. But you guys need to. Google united states house select committee on assassinations and then add conspiracy or sound data. I mean that is. The finding of that committee is that it was a conspiracy. Well i guess you can tell them pretty worked up. It is so so skeptical so anyway. This is a dialogue. That i'm glad we had. I'm sure it's gonna make a lot of people uncomfortable. And i'm sure it made our guests a little bit uncomfortable but man you got to your work. You're gonna come on the show. Here's my interview with sarah. And jack gorman welcome to skeptical where we explore. Controversial science and spirituality with leading researchers thinkers and their critics. I'm your host alex today. Well we have something special. Because intelligent science driven dialogues with people who disagree are difficult. And they're not only difficult to have these kind of discussions but they're even difficult to arrange him. I can tell you. I can't tell you how many i've tried to do. And it's really hard to get authors to come on if they have any sense of. The party isn't going to agree with them. So when holly who is the rep from oxford university press originally reached out to me and said hey. Would you like to do this. I was like absolutely just make sure. They're down with it. So i was delighted and surprised so i think this is good. It's an opportunity again to have these kind of dialogues. That are can be difficult to have. But i think can be important too so our guest today are super bright super-qualified dr sarah gorman and dr jack gorman join us today why don't we start by talking a little bit about your.

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"gorman" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

05:47 min | 3 weeks ago

"gorman" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"There's no doubt speaking up takes eight but we want to be your voice when you really need one way back into doing it. tough way. Ball where credible. Most feel of strike tokens leaders rawness and authenticity to sky. And i think his struggle to find anywhere. That is a promo piece for sky news australia. Which no matter what you think about rupert murdoch's sky news. You got acknowledge that sky news. Australia's mainstream and the reason i bring it up on. This show is because they were in the news recently because they had their videos banned from youtube because they dared to challenge the idea. That masks are effective for covert nineteen. Which i could go on and on about and i'm kind of tempted to. It's this interview. I haven't coming up with sarah. And jack gorman of the new book called the nine to the grave why we ignore the facts that will save us and so right off the bat. This is so classic. Skeptical this like ten years ago. Skeptical because he's people are super smart qualified. Sarah undergraduate degree. Harvard phd columbia. Jack has an even more impressive background. Md columbia psychiatry multiple fellowships taught at the med school. There i mean these are very very intelligent. People in the book is atrocious. When it comes to the science that we've talked about for so many years on this show. It completely fails from jump street. It fails from the fundamental scientists. A method it's not a position statement. So again i could go on and on and i can't a lot of this this interview slash debate that i know makes a lot of people uncomfortable. And for those of you who. It doesn't make uncomfortable. Let me tell you are in the minority. When i do interviews like this most people really do not like this kind of dialogue. But i gotta say where else are you going to hear this kind of stuff. Where else is this. Silliness going to be exposed so speaking of silliness. Here's where is start. Which seems obvious to me to anyone who cares about science and that is should we limit scientific debate. Should we feel okay. That scientific debate is being banned being censored. Here's a clip. Very disturbing to me. When people talk about information being dangerous and opinions being dangerous why would ever want to limit a scientific discussion. Because we don't agree with somebody. I find that very troubling. I do think that anybody who is spreads information about a medical technology that people need in order to survive. That's not true and usually it's intentionally not true. I don't think that they should be allowed to have any fat form. They want sarah who would determine what's not true..

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House Clears $2.1 Billion Capitol Security Bill, Sending to Biden

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:39 sec | Last month

House Clears $2.1 Billion Capitol Security Bill, Sending to Biden

Florida Governor Gets Called Out Over His Handling of Coronavirus

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Florida Governor Gets Called Out Over His Handling of Coronavirus

"Of Florida doctors is calling out governor to Santa's for his response. The pandemic. Doctors accused the governor of taking a victory lap after nearly 40,000 Floridians died from the virus. They say they want to plan to address this latest surge in Covid cases, and the governor addressed that today. If anyone is calling for lockdowns, you're not getting that done in Florida. I'm going to protect people's livelihoods. I'm going to protect kids right to go to school. I'm going to protect people's right to run their small businesses says people need to make decisions on what's best for them. While pointing out that three vaccines have been available for months,

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What Happens to All the Stuff We Send Into Space?

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:35 min | 2 months ago

What Happens to All the Stuff We Send Into Space?

"Since the launch of sputnik in nineteen fifty seven humans have been sending all sorts of things into space stuff like the serious eight and new satellite just launched by stitchers parent company or cargo space craft bringing supplies to space station's not to mention the most prising stuff like golden records or read tesla's an estimated thirty five thousand bits of Incentives right up to objects at the size of double decker buses up to of course international space station which is said to be the size of american football fields or five bedroom house. That's dr alice. Gorman associate professor at flinders university in south australia and one of the world's leading space archaeologists she studies all sorts of ways. Humans have engaged with space including these tens of thousands of objects rocketing around in earth orbit. And that's just stuff four inches and bigger there's believed to be millions of objects anything smaller than that. They distributed from lois little bit which is about two hundred kilometers above the surface of the us up to maybe about one thousand two thousand kilometers then. You have raged. That's just cold middle or medium business and then you get into. The high as obits. Miss includes Stationary orbit which is where bust of telecommunications satellites used to think of these orbits kind of like three lanes of a running track with satellites and spacecraft as the runners zipping around and around in their respective lanes. But note that for this analogy to work the track would be really really big and runners relatively teeny if we go out there and look at these might only say one object within your field. You so that impression. We have a stuff's closely packed together. Just together that's actually luck. Absolute worst case scenario. Which we're not at yet. There's growing concern about what will happen over. The next few decades as there are a lot of plans to launch way more stuff into orbit. And here's the thing. The vast vast majority of objects orbiting the planet is considered space junk.

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"gorman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:58 min | 2 months ago

"gorman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Gorman with me this evening, James Berland er on the board. Let me start by thanking all of you who chose to ride out Hurricane Elsa with us last night and Big thanks to all of our guests from Sheriff Chronos ter to share if not go to Mayor Christ meant Mayor Castor Tampa Bay area really looked at again. I mean, if that storm and followed that path, but was stronger. It would have been a long night. Fortunately, even though it intensified into a hurricane with a P M advisory really fizzled out as it got to our region and now let's hope that's the last tropical system. We have to deal with this hurricane season. As for tonight show, we're going to be on for an hour before Lightning pregame takes over at seven and then Game five of the Stanley Cup final between our Tampa Bay Lightning in the Montreal Canadians kicks off at eight right here on news radio. W F L A coming up. We're going to preview Game five with Bay News nine sports anchor Mike Karen's Who's out at Amalie Arena, and I'm telling you I've got a good feeling about this game. The Lightning are clearly the better team and I just I think they're going to take care of business here at home tonight. Also going to talk to NBC News radio, senior national correspondent Michael Bauer about a new report on this workforce revolution We're seeing Take place across the country is really interesting. If you thought it was only the Enhanced unemployment benefits that we're keeping people from returning to work. You're underestimating the full scope of the issue. A lot of workers are using this moment to try to find a better fit for their skills and maybe their work life balance. So we're gonna get into that coming up here in just a few minutes. Now, for today's top story, the aftermath of Elsa and the latest on the Surfside condo collapse, joining me on the hotline Right now I have Florida's chief Financial officer and state fire Marshal. Jimmie Petronas, CFO Petronas. Thanks so much for coming on for a few minutes and let's start with Elsa. Obviously, here in the Tampa Bay area, we lucked out. But what have you seen in heard as you talked to officials from across the state today? So, look, we're going to have water levels are going to take a little off the water to rescind because the ground is so saturated the problem you've got, especially that big Bend area. There's so many big math of oak tree. Yeah. Off ground, high gusting winds. Those canopies work like massive sales. So you know, just because the storm has technically made landfall does not mean it's safe and then what you're also going to see over the next few days. As all the water off a roof. All the work broader off a road that runs off storm water systems throughout the whole footprint and path of the storm will be overwhelmed. It's not going to be safe driving on the road for the next several days and, as is always the case in the aftermath of these storms. If there is someone listening, who is dealing with some damage due to Hurricane Elsa? Any information in particular that it's.

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Lightning's Alex Killorn Ruled Out of Game 3 of Stanley Cup Final

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:20 sec | 2 months ago

Lightning's Alex Killorn Ruled Out of Game 3 of Stanley Cup Final

"Lightning. You're gonna have to use the same lineup that they use in Game two, which means Alex Killorn is going to miss a second straight game. He is considered day to day, but John Cooper said earlier today he's unable to go tonight. So in his place, we're going to see Matthew Joseph make a second straight appearance and will also likely see Tyler Johnson back up on that second line and Alex Colorants place and

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Eli Lilly Stock Jumps, Biogen Drops on Alzheimer's Treatment Approval

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

Eli Lilly Stock Jumps, Biogen Drops on Alzheimer's Treatment Approval

"Could get cheaper price tag of $56,000 a year was set by Biogen for its treatment. But now a drug by Eli Lilly has been fast tracked by the FDA and the competition's expected to drive prices down. Word of the competition drove Biogen Stock down 6% Eli Lilly jumped 7%. Google

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"gorman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:45 min | 3 months ago

"gorman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Gorman in for Jack Harris this morning with Aaron and Katie and joining us now in the achieve a credit union hotline. We have Lauren Coffee Tech and education reporter for the Tampa Bay Business Journal. Lauren. Thanks so much for Taking a few minutes to talk to us this morning, and I want to get into the story that he did on a Tampa startup that is really expanding. And part of the reason is that they've gone viral on tick tock. What exactly did they do that captured so many people's attention? Hey, Well, thanks for having me. Um I mean, long story short, it made a prize. That kind of resonated with a lot of different people. It's for anyone who's not familiar. Just a water bottle. I wish I was a little crazy why it would go viral, but it's like a different cartridge You put in an hour and you can choose between caffeinated flavors or coffee and You know, Jen, He kind of just grabbed onto it and made these little videos and the difference with this one. I think normally with viral videos, you have one and it goes away after 24 hours. This one. I just continued on for I mean, if you look at the hashtag, it's still going so Yeah, I don't know. I think Get on them, Not for sure. It just shows Lauren the power of social media where this isn't I mean, the concept of it is something that I think is out there. I know I have things flavors that I can put in my water. It's a little different than how this is done here, but I just think it proves the power of social media in this aspect. Absolutely, I think kicked up especially is very underestimated. I mean, you have an entire market of teens with a lot of disposable income from their parents that are willing to spend versus you know, even I mean, this company has this look on Twitter and instagram, but they take time to throw. It shows a visual aspect that other Social media platforms are there we had not doing nearly as well. The Hashtag Circle water bottle and that circle C I r k u L It's got 32.2 million views on Tiktok. That's insane. Yeah. Yeah, I think that's what I said. Where it's not Just one video where you know you get 800,000 views. Just if you scroll through so many different videos, each one they're pretty similar of just like Find the water bottle and saying, Oh, my gosh, This is crazy, But well, uh huh. And what people find this entertaining? I mean, this is this is what people are watching on Tiktok. I guess I went through to find videos for the article. And I was just saying, Hey, where is one that you know it's going to be different, but it's just they're all the same. I mean, It's resonating, though, for Lot of people. That is incredible wall. Congratulations to to them. This this company circle with their water bottles and going viral and that that is that's one way to grow your business. I guess you go viral on Tiktok like that. Really Incredible story. Lauren Coffee, Tampa Bay Business Journal Attack and Education reporter with us this morning. What a story. Thanks for having me appreciate it. I figured out just now, like ways that we can get kids to do things we don't want him to do like you Want your kids to eat vegetables just create a tiktok challenge where they're just eating vegetables, and the kids don't even know what's interesting about it. It's just gone viral. And next thing you know, they're eating broccoli and peace. Just for Tiktok. Well, I mean, it's possible they're they're dry scooping. Isn't that the new thing right now, if they're willing to just do something like that, maybe what is that again when you eat the power of the dry power just I said Yeah, and then cover. I can't believe 32 million views on that water bottle. That is just unbelievable. Uh, cut up next Tampa Bay area residents may pay less for bananas. Soon we're going to tell you why. In a moment, plus news, traffic and weather on the way on Am Tampa Bay, all the headlines from Tampa Bay and around the world Next on news radio W F L A Here's David Snell with needs heating and air. Some years ago, I met with the family in Northern Virginia who needed to replace their H V. A C system when we had narrowed down the right Lennox system for their home, Mr looked at Mrs and asked What what should we do? Mrs. Smiled, looked at me and said, Well, he did pass the blue test. I replied, Okay, I'm thrilled that fast. But what's the blue test? Mrs replied. Our dog. Blue is the best judge of character We've ever come to know. And he hasn't left her side since you came in our home. If you're good enough for blue, you're good enough for us. When can we get this done? This interaction truly change my mindset on what people wanted in a contractor, and it's partly what inspired needs to be founded. Here's my introductory offer. The number caller you are is the price you pay for our robust spring tune up that you need to get done before the summer heat sets in. So if you're the first caller, you pay $1 and then the next $2 up to our normal tune up cost of $79 worth caps..

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South Carolina Executions Stopped Until Prisoners Get Choice of Firing Squad

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

South Carolina Executions Stopped Until Prisoners Get Choice of Firing Squad

"For later this month because the State Bureau of Prison says It hasn't been able to put together a firing squad under the name New States. NEW Capital Punishment Law, inmates must choose between firing squad or electrocution of lethal injection drugs are not available. America is listening to Fox News.

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More Details Emerge on Man Who Killed Florida Grandmother, Grandson

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

More Details Emerge on Man Who Killed Florida Grandmother, Grandson

A New Series From the Obamas Aims to Teach Civics Through Music

Boston Public Radio Podcast

02:03 min | 3 months ago

A New Series From the Obamas Aims to Teach Civics Through Music

"To talk about and we have. Some sovereign is to change by her from the obamas. This is music new anime musical series. Do we the people. It's kind of a civics lesson for kids. Grownups it's got a lot of great music going with it. Let's hear a little sound. Here is said that changed by her here. It is go to address issues. Data speed keeps cheese when we say it. That's people at city council. So i love that by the way for other people named brandy carlisle than manuel miranda. Lambert goes online. A bunch of great musicians contributed to this and it talks about is that that saunders did about the the mayor talk about you know how many senators come from certain states voting rights all this kind of stuff which we have kind of fallen down the job on in school right. Yeah totally you know. What happened does sesame. Street did a lot of that. And then then it drops off you know and people forget the good points. The street had those little songs that teach how bill becomes a bill and all the rest of that stuff But this is a series called we the people that's going to be a series of ten music videos by powerhouses that you mentioned and they're very hip in happening for New generations of folk and even generations of folk. I do note that poet. Amanda gorman is also meeting which is good we note this this is. The show was by under their production company with a netflix. This production company and its chrisny was the originator their creator along with the obamas. But it's executive produced by. Tony davis preah sweatman ifan and kenya barris and kenya barris. People may know is connected to blackish and he's got a few other big Series like that. So it's really quite Well credentialed in terms of its creation. And you know the music is going to be good. So what a great idea

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New Covid Variant Shows up in Florida

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:16 sec | 4 months ago

New Covid Variant Shows up in Florida

"19 variant of the state officials say it's a mutation of the highly contagious very and found in Brazil. Two of these cases have popped up in the sunshine State. Local scientists are watching to see if a variant spreads. Florida has the most very in cases. Of Corona virus in the U. S. With Florida's

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Army lieutenant sues police officers in Virginia for excessive force

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

01:10 min | 5 months ago

Army lieutenant sues police officers in Virginia for excessive force

"Sprayed him during a traffic stop back in December. Footage of the incident just came out. And immediately it drew widespread criticism from leaders and groups across the country. Karen is Oreo, who's black and Latino is heard saying, I'm honestly afraid to get out. In order to get out of his vehicle to which a police officer response yet you should be. Video from a body worn camera. An incident report by police officer Joe Gutierrez said Nazario did not comply to commands and police said in his area was driving a car with tinted windows. And no rear license plate. They said he had been alluding. Police is areas. Lawyer says the army officer was trying to stop it well lit area. He says his Fourth Amendment rights were violated and he's suing Gutierrez, an officer Daniel Crocker, for $1 million in damages. Lawsuit filed in U. S District Court for Eastern Virginia, Norfolk says the officers said they would file felony charges that would have impacted his areas Army career We learned today that one of the officers accused of

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Matt Gaetz associate expected to plead guilty in sex trafficking case

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Matt Gaetz associate expected to plead guilty in sex trafficking case

"Congressman Matt Gates, multiple All reports surfaced earlier today that Joel Greenberg, the former Seminole County tax collector and close associate of Gates, is facing charges for sex trafficking of a minor is in play negotiations. We know the Justice Department launched an investigation into Gates after first investigating and indicting Greenberg and the lawyer for Greenberg said today. You sure Matt Gates isn't feeling very comfortable right now. What do you make of that development? Well, you know, Ryan, it's something that any of us who are involved with the federal judicial system saw coming. Quite a while ago, they superseded the existing indictment on Greenberg. He was then violated on the conditions of his release taken into custody. And so now they have him where they want every several defendant and that's in jail and the only way out for him is to begin cooperating because his guidelines and fairly severe given the nature of all the charges that are pending against them, not just the sex trafficking charge and that one carries a significant penalty to it. His only way out now is to cooperate against somebody else and that somebody else Escape, and so gate should be very worried about what Greenberg has to say. He's a corroborating witness. He is according to everything that we read and seen a coconspirator in the activity involving the young lady who was under the age of 18. And so his testimony is going to bolster the government's case, and Gates is going to be looking at an indictment coming against him, and Greenberg's gonna benefit from his cooperation. Now I know

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Florida Governor DeSantis says ‘60 Minutes’ report was ‘smear narrative’

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Florida Governor DeSantis says ‘60 Minutes’ report was ‘smear narrative’

"Governor. The Santis today responded. To the 60 Minutes for sport. The 60 minutes report. Here's what governor dissenters had to say. When you're talking about This ridiculous smear narrative. It's important to break down just how false how thoroughly dishonest it is, because this is bad for our country. Have big corporate media smearing for profit just because I'm in the other party than them and using their partisanship to craft narratives, regardless of the facts.

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"gorman" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

Vogue Podcast

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"gorman" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

"Gorman has said that she wants to be president she notes that she has the unofficial endorsement of hillary clinton and michelle obama. That's why you won't find any negativity on her social media to quote wicks any of her at a party or in a bathing suit that might be construed by future pundits as less than savory black women will know this form of adaptation. it's an accommodation routinization. I and it's natural for gorman. She finds satisfaction in being able to set boundaries. When she's writing gorman told me usually looks for water and a different timelines you probably would have been a biologist of some sort on our trail. We found mallards resting in the watery. Part of the marsh. There was a flimsy wooden fence. Gorman gamely jumped over to get as close as she wanted to the edge. She'd have to skip down a little hill. She held onto me for balance. It's great and spring. Because they're all babies. And then they grow up and become rapists showed matter-of-factly thankfully. I'm not a female duck. We laughed at the dark joke. We looped up an up past a gated community to the summit of the loyola campus where we could see beyond the mountains of the central valley playa vista culver city century city the ocean when she was younger accompanying her mother to class. Gorman used to slip outside the library income. Sit atop the hill. I like coming up here. And in my head i walked through. La and all the places. I haven't seen in literally a year and a half. She stared at the freeway. I don't know if you watch kimmy schmidt. Do you know the premise. She's in a bunker and then when she comes out she's like. Oh my god everything's still here because she thought everything had been bombed. That's kind of my mentality. When i come to the mountain. I'm like everything still here..

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"gorman" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

Vogue Podcast

04:25 min | 5 months ago

"gorman" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

"Her community the website for the defunct toy reads gorman loves the arts and uses poetry to help find her voice so she can make a difference in her community. Gabriella brown skinned with curly hair. Amanda is brown skinned with natural hair. She was a black girl with his speech impediment. Said gorman referring to her own speech. Impairment playfully clawing at the beautiful high of twists. Top her head adding that her twin sisters pet name is also. Can you believe it gabby. Garmon did the reading anyway. American girl told me that the doll was not inspired by gorman's life and sent me a photo. Gorman mid performance costumed in gabriella exact outfit i felt like if i backed out of the event i would have been failing. Girls have had this black doll. Gorman said the rest of the year advertisements for gabriella crept into her view or friends with texture excitedly that they had seen her doll she would avert her gaze thinking on the vinyl thing she had locked away out of sight at home. Gorman good doesn't want to make a big deal out of the experience but years later the notion that a public figures life could be mind without her consent. Still rankles principally because this sort of heated adulation as now inextricable from harrison writing career. I built up this narrative in my head that you know i had to be some type of. She paused raising her hands from her lab to air quote role model. It was the middle of a february day and the weather even for an l. a. Winter was shockingly warm giving are meeting the conspiratorial feel hooky mid afternoon was the only time gorman could steal away from her overstuffed schedule. Last week there had been a guest spot on the hillary clinton podcast and next week. There would be a panel with oprah. It was gorman who remembered to bring the blankets and hers embroidered with astrological signs as a twin. I love being pisces. Because it's the to fish. She said she and her sister are best friends. Her smallness is formidable. The next time we met she brought her lunch a veggie burger and tupperware and snacks for me artistic popcorn. Gummy bears a caramel. A meal gave me occasion to glimpse her unmasked under a face. Shield her profile. Sends you back to the golden age of the supermodel. Her laughter is a great ringing noise as we took in the sun on our patch of lawn gorman reflected on the long journey of her short life it took so much labor. Not only on behalf of me. But also of my family and my village to get here a toddler and tie-dyed leggings waddled dangerously near to us gorman paused and leaned back fo dramatically the kid sittard i had no way of knowing apart from the telltale stretch of the to mask that covered most of gorman space but it looked like she was grinning. Are you going to start the story with one day i met. Amanda gorman in los angeles. she teased the acute enjoyment. she takes in words is palpable. Her speech quickens whenever she realizes that a sentence she is constructing amounts to an interesting estimates. Which often as. When she described the oracle styles of reverend ralph abernathy and martin luther king junior the way they let their words role and gain. Momentum is its own type of sound tradition. She takes it upon herself to fill silences sometimes with words and other times the sound effects do do do. She bounced as her mind worked on a response to a question about her relationship to clinton whom she's personally for some years. Such grandma she said affectionately other figures of the democratic party whom she chatted with after the january ceremony or described in similarly familiar turns barack obama dad like michelle obama. The cool on t. In the weeks after we met gorman or radiations of gorman were everywhere on a february cover of time posed in her yellow and inside the magazine holding a caged bird invoking my angelou interviewed by michelle obama.

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The Rise and Rise of Amanda Gorman

Vogue Podcast

01:46 min | 5 months ago

The Rise and Rise of Amanda Gorman

"Deep and amanda gorman's closet sits a doll that may or may not have still in the facts of her reluctant owners a month after the twenty three year. Old poet eclipse the transfer of power. At president biden's inauguration with an energizing performance of her song of nation. The hill we climb. She was thinking about an earlier. Discomfiting booking at the american girl boutique at the grove in los angeles. We were out of greenspace a stone's throw from gorman spot in la a one bedroom in an apartment building the color of sherbert reclining on blankets. She spread over manicured null. She tilted her head. Bird like and ground softly. They might get angry at me for saying this. The mattel brand had invited gorman to do a reading celebrating the arrival of gabriele the latest girl of the year to expectant young customers. This was new year's day two thousand seventeen and gorman was an eighteen year old. Freshmen at harvard. Home on winter break decompressing from the surprise of new england frost at the time gorman had already been named youth poet laureate of la the first one ever and was a known and admired figure on the national spoken word circuit the night before the event. The american girl team briefed her. On the biography of the dau- it was like a horror. Movie peel ask. We agreed after. She told me the story. Gabriella loves the arts and uses poetry to help find her voice so she can make a difference in her community the website for the defunct toy reads gorman loves the arts and uses poetry to help find her voice so she can make a difference in her community.

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"gorman" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

Vogue Podcast

01:46 min | 5 months ago

"gorman" Discussed on Vogue Podcast

"Deep and amanda gorman's closet sits a doll that may or may not have still in the facts of her reluctant owners a month after the twenty three year. Old poet eclipse the transfer of power. At president biden's inauguration with an energizing performance of her song of nation. The hill we climb. She was thinking about an earlier. Discomfiting booking at the american girl boutique at the grove in los angeles. We were out of greenspace a stone's throw from gorman spot in la a one bedroom in an apartment building the color of sherbert reclining on blankets. She spread over manicured null. She tilted her head. Bird like and ground softly. They might get angry at me for saying this. The mattel brand had invited gorman to do a reading celebrating the arrival of gabriele the latest girl of the year to expectant young customers. This was new year's day two thousand seventeen and gorman was an eighteen year old. Freshmen at harvard. Home on winter break decompressing from the surprise of new england frost at the time gorman had already been named youth poet laureate of la the first one ever and was a known and admired figure on the national spoken word circuit the night before the event. The american girl team briefed her. On the biography of the dau- it was like a horror. Movie peel ask. We agreed after. She told me the story. Gabriella loves the arts and uses poetry to help find her voice so she can make a difference in her community the website for the defunct toy reads gorman loves the arts and uses poetry to help find her voice so she can make a difference in her community.

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Spring breakers accused of drugging, raping woman who later died in Miami Beach

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Spring breakers accused of drugging, raping woman who later died in Miami Beach

"Spring break may have leaves a woman dead with two suspects behind bars and Miami Beach. Lewis has more from South Beach 24 year old woman is dead, allegedly at the hands of spring breakers of work, all urine Dorian Taylor. Police say the pair drug to 24 year old woman visiting from Pennsylvania, raped her and left her for dead. Paramedics found her semi nude body in a South Beach hotel room. Cops say the suspects went on a spending spree with the victim's credit card, and prosecutors could add a manslaughter or murder charge against the suspects if the investigation determines the drug they're accused of giving the victim Turns out to have played a role in

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Biden picks former senator who flew in space to lead NASA

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

Biden picks former senator who flew in space to lead NASA

"Is nominating a former Florida senator and astronaut to the NASA administrator. The White House says Bill Nelson has left his imprint on nearly every piece of space and science law. The Democrats served in Congress for 30 years. Chairing the space subcommittee in the House and the Senate space subcommittee. Nelson flew in the space shuttle in 1986 and oversaw NASA's space programs while in Congress. If confirmed, Nelson would be the second consecutive NASA chief to come from Congress. I'm al

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What Comes Next? Expert Advice on Working Our Way Out of the Pandemic

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

04:56 min | 6 months ago

What Comes Next? Expert Advice on Working Our Way Out of the Pandemic

"Get things started. I'm joined by Dr Lucy McBride, practicing internist, Healthcare educator and mental health advocate who recently wrote a piece for The Washington Post on what comes next as we continue to work our way out of this pandemic, Dr McBride thanks for taking a few minutes to talk to us about this. Obviously everyone wants to put this difficult chapter of their life behind them. But you point out that there may be some struggles along the way as we get back to some kind of normal. What was it that led you to write this column for the Washington Post. Thank you. First of all for having me. I'm delighted to be here with you today. Um, the reason I wrote, this piece is because right now, we are about to face re entry as the country is being blanketed with vaccine doses and as the production and distribution ramps up We are facing the prospect of reentering life going back to school going back to work if we weren't working already which many of us are, um, going back to socializing hanging out with friends, hugging people traveling going to restaurants? And while that is something that we have been craving for 12 months Get the transition and what I've been talking about for 12 months and actually for my entire career is that you know our mental health is in is relevant to our our everyday lives and our everyday thoughts and feelings. And our mental health has been challenged for the last 12 months. We have been through what I would call a Collective trauma. It's only normal then, as we emerge from a trauma to have ambivalence and anxiety, even if the thing you're getting is better than what you have. How much does the fact that we don't have a playbook for this? This is a brand new experience for all of us. How much does that play into all of this? Absolutely a place. And you know when we are faced with a threat like Corona virus, you know, unique threat. That is invisible. If ubiquitous, it doesn't have a cure. Of course, the vaccine is the vaccines are marvelous, but for a long time we haven't had any way to control it other than our own behavior. We crave, um, control we crave certainty. We've all been dealing with this sort of low grade and in many cases, high grade level of fear and anxiety and vulnerability that Is universal. Really? It's you know, my patients think that it's unique to them that they're really anxious. And Heather and I say to them every day, you know this is normal. We are wired for survival as human beings. When we're faced with a threat like covert 19, it's normal to be anxious to have a heart racing heart palpitations. Tightness in their muscles, sleeplessness jitteriness affect your behavior. And so it's only normal then to be craving courtesy. And when we don't have a road map, we don't have a game plan per se. It could be nerve wracking. Let me say, though. That the game plan of widespread vaccination is Truly the past forward and really the only path forward and it's in. It's in. It's coming, so I'm absolutely hopeful that way have we do have we don't have a no game plan. We just It's just not certain. I'm joined by Dr Lucy McBride, practicing internist, Healthcare educator Mental health advocate. She recently wrote a piece for The Washington Post on what comes next. As we continue to work our way out of this pandemic. Are there certain types of people that might struggle with this more? Yes. People who have preexisting anxiety are having a harder time with the uncertainty, vulnerability and fear that the pandemic has brought. Um however, under the umbrella of anxious people are people who had social anxiety, and some of my patients who have social anxiety have actually been Comfortable sitting at home on Saturday nights, and therefore, Jonah, I'm raising my hands right now. Yes, I have a lot of my Saturday night spot on the sofa kids. So you know what? Let's acknowledge. First, kids have suffered enormously being out of school. But some kids, let's say middle school kids high school kids who have social anxiety. You know, that's been actually quite nice for them, but that is not to take away from the enormous emotional trauma two kids. The point is that if you had anxiety before this is not helping if you had depression before The pandemic and the socialist suit. Isolation is not helping. And then if you had an addiction to alcohol, you know other substances. If you were a binge here, for example, a stress eater those things May have flared during the epidemic when you were stripped of the usual coping mechanisms that you had in your regular life, like connecting with loved ones you know, taking, you know, going to the gym. So you know what I'm seeing in my office and the reason why it's relevant for a doctor to be talking about it is because these things affect our

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Cuomo denies reported claim of groping woman at governor's mansion

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Cuomo denies reported claim of groping woman at governor's mansion

"A Zay said last week. Thistles. Very simple. I never touched anyone inappropriately. The Times Union newspaper in Albany is reporting. It happened at the governor's mansion late last year, the aide telling a supervisor she had been called to the mansion to work when Governor Cuomo inappropriately touched her. Linda Schmidt with Fox, five. New York State attorney general has launched an independent investigation into the accusations. And the Pentagon announced Tuesday

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Racism is Rife in the Royal Family

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

04:15 min | 6 months ago

Racism is Rife in the Royal Family

"Deputy editor at OK magazine, Jacqueline Raw to recap Oprah's interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and interview that got a lot of attention last night and has been a big top of conversation all throughout the day today, Jacqueline, Thanks so much for taking a few minutes. To talk to us about this so much to unpack from that interview, But let's start with what you think was the biggest headline. Oh, my God so much, But I think the big headline is that racism is a really big issue within the royal family. I think people don't understand that. You know, the rules only has been around for so long, and they've never had American, let alone You know, a half black American come into this family, and I think that really just turned everything around, and it just makes you feel so many things for me again. You know all this stuff behind the scenes that no one knows anything about and you know she's being treated this way. So crazy that this is happening and no one knew about it. What can you tell us about Meghan Markle before she got involved with Prince Harry and eventually married him when she was just an actress on suits? Was there anything that you heard in Hollywood about her? No. I feel like she was so off the radar like she was such a. You know, She's a big character in this, so but not many people really knew who she was until she started dating Harry. I feel like I remember the date came out and they said Meghan is now dating Harry and I remember everyone saying, Oh, this is the girl on suits, you know? It's crazy, and so on. But he does have a lot of these high profile friends. You know, obviously, yes. Serena Williams now and, um, have Abigail she was on. They were on so together something and they have Gayle King and Oprah like He's obviously been around for a long time. But I just don't think that she was very prevalent. Obviously, if he is now, which is really crazy, and the reason I ask that is because you've got a lot of people wondering First of all, who is this woman? And then is she some Hollywood actress who's prone to a lot of drama? Or is what she's saying? What happened that this is on the royal family? And the palace. I mean to the point where she revealed last night that she was thinking about killing herself. It got so bad that Prince Harry felt he had no choice but to get them out of there. Yeah, I mean, I feel like he I feel like everything that if he was in Hollywood before, but I feel like you know, it wasn't to this certain extent like no eyes were on her as they are now. Our words you know, when she first came into the family, she obviously was living a very much like lower key life. He was like the California girls. She had her own blood called the Pig. She was very, You know, kind of, you know, the boho California vibe like that's what He kind of made herself as and then no one really knew her like I feel like if you walked suits and you, obviously, you know, knew the character, but for the most part, he kind of stayed under the radar, So I feel like it's just Now all eyes are on her. People are just, you know, fasting, her left and right, especially when he came into the family. She's American. You know, Black sees all this stuff like I think he just he couldn't win. No matter how hard he Tried or tried Tol, you know, make nice and say, you know, I am a good person, or I do that all this charity work. I love this stuff. You know, It's just I think it's just became a huge breaking point. At some point. That's why I see You know, wanted to maybe kill herself. I mean, I can't even imagine what it's like waking up and having 100 headlines about you, and they're not good, and you just kind of have to sit back and say, OK, I guess I got to just take it and live my life kind of, but even living it. He said he was in the palace. He couldn't see that he didn't leave for months at a time because They just told her not to, which is so not a way to live and like, they said, with the pandemic now, I think everyone kind of can relate to being trust. At some point. I'm

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"gorman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:43 min | 7 months ago

"gorman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Gorman Tell you what. I'm very excited to chat with my next guest. Joining me now is the anchor of Inside Edition. Deborah Norville, Deborah. Thank you so much for taking a few minutes out of what I'm sure is a busy schedule to come on the show. And I want to start with just the fact that in a couple of weeks you're gonna be celebrating your 26th anniversary at inside edition, an incredible run and the formula for the show. Despite how much life and society is changed in 26 years, the formula Has generally stayed the same right? It kind of, say the same. I would say that while the formula State the same, the type of stories that we try to do is different when, when I joined the show. It was right after Bill O'Reilly has left and it was kind of Each blanket Bingo with this. There was a spring break. You know, in Florida they were. They were on it. There were a lot of girls with a lot of skin showing and it was a pretty titillating thing. And I think that the producers rightly thought this is Run its course. And it's turned for us to think maybe a little more grown up approach to the kinds of stories that we're doing, and we do a lot of investigative stuff. We also just do him in covert has been Yeah, You know, it's been so difficult for everybody but for us a zoo, you know, storytellers and information providers. What we've tried to do was kind of Follow the Mister Rogers. Adage of look for the helpers. We've found that our audience in particular really needs and frankly, we need to hear about the do gooders who are out there. There's so much sadness. I don't know anybody who hasn't lost family or friends on that's probably most people listening to us talk right now and so in the face of this It's incredibly Oh, Chilling. Madness. We need to hear about the people who are selfless, who are giving the little kid who raised money for the folks with the nursing home so that they'd be able to Have a way to see their loved ones. Even though they're they're being kept social existence. You just those kinds of Oh, my God. You know, the human race is not without hope, After all stories, because really important for all of us to hear right now we're trying to tell them And I know the pandemic impacted you on your team on a very personal level. Tell us about that. Oh, yeah. Um yeah, definitely. And then way have we have lost two of our very love? Um Family members are managing editor and head of our investigative unit. Any story that had any Impact in terms of making the bad guys accountable. Have Bob Reid fingerprints on it? And Bob was only 16 years old and he got sick and he downplayed it. He was he was working. In the hospital, and then the next thing we know he's on a ventilator, and sadly, she's he lost that battle in the summer time we had a wonderful cameraman who Was in his fifties. Who contracted the covert virus and how Was lost in the souk outsell Casillas. So, yeah, so we've lost two people. My father in law died of covert. He was wrongly exposed when he was taken to the hospital for a fall, and he lives in Stockholm and in Sweden. They don't believe in that. And even in the hospital. They don't believe in that My husband is still literally last night was having a conversation with them saying, Sweetheart, you've got to Let go of this anger. It's not helpful for you. It doesn't change the outcome. Um You know, and we missed pop see every day I'm joined by Deborah Norville inside Edition anchor Who is going to be celebrating our 26 anniversary doing this show in a few weeks? It sounds like the more inspirational stories are the ones that you really Seem to love the most. Is there a type of story a type of report that still to this day? 26 years later, you get excited about doing So I think it's Probably way more than 26 years. I think it's like the entirety of my career. I'm all about the stories of normal regular people who don't have fancy positions or don't come from money or whatever. Just regular Joes and James, who You are on a mission who were going to right a wrong We're going to change something in my particular thing or Mom's on a mission. In fact, I've got a It's not an inside edition thing, but I'll brag on it anyway. On Saturday, the 20th Um At eight o'clock. PM Eastern talent on the lifetime channel. You will see a movie that I was Honored to exact prodigious starring Kim Delaney, and it's called the Long Island Serial Killers. The Mothers Hunt for Justice and Kim Delaney plays a woman called Mary Gilbert, who we covered on inside Edition, and Mary was the mother of a young woman who worked as a call girl who disappeared. On a date and she didn't come back and her mother was insistent on getting some answers, and the police discounted her and she would not be ignored and she pushed and she pushed and she pushed and they finally did a search with cadaver dogs. Dogs had a piece of her clothing, the daughter's clothing. They go to the beach, where she had left, then senior by radio, the dog researching and they come up with. War female bodies. It's nothing but bones at this point they've been there for so long. None of them were her daughter. But it was the beginning of the unveiling of a serious of serial killings that have been done all women who were escort called growth, marginalized individuals. And thanks to this one mom on a mission. Material killing was discovered. They eventually did find her daughter's body. No one was ever caught for these killings, so the killer remains at large. But the killings would have gone unnoticed is not our mom on an issue that those of the story that I like because I think they inspire all of us. You know, all of us have something in our life that we My doing that That's just not white. It seems from there. The first thing my kids said right, Mom, that's out there. Well, guess what? Nobody promised you fair when you came into this world, but what you were promised was the ability Use your smart to use your strength to work. Whatever resources you have available and try to fix it. No one says you can't fix what's not good when you first got into the business. Was this what you wanted to do, or did things of all? No, I mean I.

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"gorman" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:00 min | 8 months ago

"gorman" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Hey it's carla farrell from the c. Probably wanna show podcast. And i'm so happy to be here on the iheart podcast network being sponsored by. At and t. We both know firsthand that listening and being heard can lead to change. At t. knows all about this too. They started listening to their customers. Who spoke out that. They weren't getting a fair deal now. They're giving every customer both new and existing the same great deals so listen up and learn more about getting a great smartphone deal at att dot com slash. Best deals restrictions apply. I'm robert evans hosted behind the bastards. And if you're like me you're probably worried right now in part because of the fascist insurrection on january six in washington dc. but what. If i were to tell you that would happen in. Dc was just the latest in more than a century of fascist attempts to takeover democratic governments. Many of them successful. Learn about the history of these insurrections and the history of anti-fascist actions attempting to stop them. When you listen to behind the insurrections on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. In today's tell me something good segments poet. Amanda gorman hesitate to say that name. 'cause jimmy gets a little tight because she's a poet laureate and he's our personal poet laureate so anyway amanda gorman's books are on top of the amazon sales charts of course after her powerful performance at last inauguration. I'm done one hundred one poem. That's why i didn't want to bring it up. Why being in the spotlight led to both of her books. The hill climb poems and change things a children's anthem two thirds to the top of the bestselling list men. Right amanda tweeted. I am on the floor. My book. The number one and two on amazon. Thank you so much to everyone for supporting me. And my words which you no. No no no wasn't one damn point. It was one great pony. Union's never ridden a great poem. Is that what you're saying. I'm saying your junior off. Tommy all a road. Knowing i can be at poetry if i was up there either young man. All y'all shit up. Wow wow body. Let y'all talking. Damn argh inauguration because davis show coming up at thirty three minutes after the hour right at the end. You're listening to david. Harvey morning show..

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"gorman" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

02:50 min | 8 months ago

"gorman" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"All right i mean before you know we we gotta talk one more time about a man of gorman. The young poet laureate who killed it at the inauguration yesterday. that's all. I'm hearing right this beautiful to me. Surely tommy carlin junior this young lady polling when i tell you stole the show everyone is talking about. Hillary clinton said that she not steal the show. It was more or less. I wouldn't even call it point. I thought she addressed the nation in appoint sheva said that she had written half of it already and then after the incident happened because her to go back in and rewrite the secondhand right and it's title work was titled the he'll decline. That's the name st the hill. Yeah i heard oprah butter her earrings and she had on a A caged bird ring. I guess in al-majd to maya angelou. And just you know she. She had no fear. She was no poised and graceful. And just it was just a beautiful beautiful situation. Her voice was beautiful. It really was powerful. How good all jobs is half no. No that's what they do for real all right poet like junior to say that i respect it. We'll have more of the fever every morning. Show coming up at thirty three minutes after right after this. You're listening to leave. Hardly morning show pay wants to know. Are your employees spending time being productive or wasting time on chasing down approval for pto requests and managing manual expense reports. Did they have to deal with. Clunky benefits enrollment. Why does your. Hr tech make employees work to work. That doesn't make sense pay calms single. Hr payroll software can help make the best use of everyone's time by transforming slow inefficient steps into hr processes so simple. Your business can move forward fast. Learn more at pay com dot com. That's pay com dot com america. Are you listening. Emmy award winning host and journalist carlos watson it may not feel like it. We've been here before. And it's up to us to lead the way we sending america the carlos watson show the la times says this is what true discussions should look like. If we're going to things got to have full conversations. Good morning. America says this show is changing the conversation before ever gonna reset america. Time is now ripe to.

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"gorman" Discussed on The Candid Frame

The Candid Frame

04:52 min | 11 months ago

"gorman" Discussed on The Candid Frame

"First off. Congratulations on the book or thanks exciting. We could be doing a little bit more for that. A lot of france in europe. And i hired publicists over there. I'm actually may start with a gentleman here to do a little bit but it's tough and the day of ed. No gallery shows note. Book signings sets word of mouth. And so being able to do this with you is a blessing. Thanks for having me on well. I'm a big fan in anything. I can do to help spread. The word is is the least that i can do. I really appreciated. The preview gave us was earlier in the year. Yeah win with george my god. Yeah but georgia's birthday so right. Yeah there's so much that. I could talk to you about but i've been thinking a lot about people who do the work that you do portrait photographers and one of the things. People often focus on the technique. How how they light and all those technical things but the more. I've gotten to know you. I've been really fascinated how you approach people how you work with him. Because one of the things that i've really have appreciated spending personal time with you is how engaging host you are and only a people person i think i've found my calling decided to ask people for sheriff and i think that that is that is one of your inherent strengths as a photographer. Gal you do wonderful things with light you you can. You can work land as good as anybody but that sort of that ability to be able to sort of create a safe space for someone especially people who are celebrities who are all often subject to of the attention of a lens. I think is something that's by too many people who aspired work that you do. I mean i haven't heard too many people say by. It's interesting that you said that. Because i think that plays a key factor and has played a key factor in my career in terms of dealing with high profile celebrities. That necessarily aren't necessarily always comfortable in front of a camera but in front of my legs. I feel they have a little bit of a safety factor. Not cover their butts and look after them. More than i do the editorial people even the movie people. I kinda hold personality out first and foremost in my on the good side of the fence to make sure that they're safe before anybody else. I guess so. Is that a sort of a national quality or is that something that was nurtured. I always felt that it was you know the time. Invested in taking a portrait was not just a one way street but a two way street. And i felt that i wanted to make sure that the only the side of the lens from me were comfortable and had a level of confidence and had a sense of security. Because i think a lot of times you know when they're playing a character other than themselves more nervous five the so then when they're biden's movie characters so i think if i can assure them that you know their asses carrying that pictures are going to be reached and that they could see what i'm doing. They feel more comfortable for sure in your early work in the experience that you created it was likely very different from what you create now. What what what are some of the essential things that you felt. Were really critical that you learn early on to allow you to be able to create this environment and if he can give us an example of sheet that be great i mean i think a lot of a had to do with making sure that the talent had that i met all their needs and their requirements. I remember one of my very first shoots in my little king apartment. I borrowed a friend of mine. Toseh- by shoot out in early on the mary russell for the way down there lately on reasons. But where's your polaroid. Why would i use it. Polarized shooting with house about. I didn't even know what employees back whereas in those days. If you mentioned that so that of course immediately went on my list of things. I make sure i have but i think you know working in an environment where i weren't with make few that understand my asian styles that understand where i'm looking for a good studio manager assistant to connect anticipate my next move a chef fulltime shaft that go meals for the day not anymore backed up. Put together a team. That i think really helped support me and i think you know from getting pinchers shoots are differently. That is important. Team is so critical in terms of keeping miami chapter there and keeping the ball rolling so to speak i worked. I've been blessed to have the same camera systems for twenty five years and and not so on and so

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"gorman" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"gorman" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Everybody quit that band over the years. Multiple Fox. You know a few of US actually put it in writing, but but everybody would give up and go home here and there and everybody's heart gave out except our managers, he outworked every single member of that band from day. One. A big. A big theme for throughout the history of of the ban in the book is is substances and Drugs and alcohol, and those issues, which of course, is not unique for rock bands at all. But where did he land on that? Was He somebody because if you're I would think if you're a manager and you've got a band and you're trying to hold it together and you got guys that are openly. fucked up and dealing with stuff. And stuff you. You are always on them to get clean or sending them to Rehab or sending them to counselling or doing whatever you have to do. It comes off to me like he only really and correct me if I'm wrong. But he only really stepped in in that area where it seemed like it was really out of control and was going to interfere with the live performance. Is that I? was there more behind the scenes because was he trying to manage that as well? He was trying to, he encouraged everyone individual. He had conversations with the other guys that obviously I'm not privy to. But I know that he was always actively encouraging everybody to individually get their shit together and he was constantly recommending therapy. He suggested Rehab several times. But you know as you referenced, he came to us after working with Van Halen. For years and so being around people who are in full blown drug abuse, you know you only have to do that a few times to recognize what you're dealing with. He always had a very. I. Think informed and accurate view of the. Hopelessness of sending someone to Rehab, doesn't want to go there themselves. If. That makes sense I mean it was like you know he would suggest. He would always you know in sometimes you know laughing to try to be easier sometimes vary out of concern and occasionally get really heavy handed but. You know with different members of and say you have got to get your shit you are, and he would always be the only way. It ever worked the only way. You would get some of the curtail was to point out your fucking up the band for everybody else. That that was affected saying I'm worried about you. To that doesn't work. You know people have to be worried about themselves. Ultimately, you know no one goes to Rehab. We have mush and say, no one. There's no absolutes but going to rehab because your friends all want you to go with a recipe for disaster generally speaking. And it sounds to me in that department and you know you talk about some of the struggles that different guys in the band had had. But for you personally, it sounds to me like the was and tell me if I'm right here, the biggest demon was alcohol or drugs factor sounds like you're more of a drinking guy. Oh. No absolutely and I. You know I, I liked smoking pot, but I wasn't good at it. You know I just ultimately would go to sleep. You know it just never worked for me. I was like man my body chemistry. Steve, I'm like that to this day now that it's legal in the country I never I've never even though I've been in the music industry, my whole life, I never had thankfully any issues with substances, but I I actually started dabbling with. We'd a little bit recently because I go to L. A. Lot that's on every corner and it's legal and I have trouble sleeping. So I'm like I feel like I'll try and it's just I. AM literally unproductive for like twelve hours. You, know we'd good on on tour because it's like play the. GIG. Go you know hang out after a backstage for an hour, get on the bus for six hour drive. You're still amped up from the GIG I've got a bunch of beer, but I'm still awake two hits off a joint put on a good record, and now I'm out that that was the effectiveness for me. I. Think I played one show in my life where I was stone and it was the worst experience of my entire life. You know what I mean like because everything was moving. So slow in my head that I was playing really fast. And I couldn't feel it and the whole. It was the Guy Remember Geoghegan Indianapolis in December Ninety. In the whole night, we'll look into lake slow down and I'm like it's dragging and everyone's like, okay. We're never giving him wheat again for. Well you know. I just going to jump in real quick and say speaking of. Sleep issues I that one of the things in the book and completely envious and are you still have this skill? You actually slept with Jimmy page not in that sense. But stories unbelievable because you you. You have the ability at least the time. You did the band where you could literally shut off thirty minutes and do like a power now and I'm like takes me two hours to try to fall asleep every night and I'm reading that and I'm Dan. That Steve Gorman, can you still do that? Oh. Yeah Yeah. I mean, there are nights when I can't go to sleep at night like I'm laying in bed at midnight I look up to and I still have. But in the middle of the day and especially like I'm out I still do it. You know my band sugar hippy..

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"gorman" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"gorman" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"All right. It's attorney trunk I gotTa Tell, you. I get so many rock auto biography sent my way, and some of them are good. Some of them not so good. Some of them. I start reading I, put down Mike I'm good with that, and this one was as they say in the business, the proverbial page Turner, I was absolutely riveted by this book I. Loved It from start to finish. I couldn't put it down. Down I know it's been out for a little bit but you can always get the word out. Still this book is called hard to handle the life and death of the Black Crowes and it is written by the Black Crowes Drummer. Steve. Gorman who joins me right now Steve Pleasure to talk to you. Thanks for taking the time to do this. You know I find that. Promote books real hard like the first couple of weeks that they're out, and then some people get around to reading them late like I do. So it never hurts to give it another spin. So I appreciate you taking the time. Oh. Man. No worries. Thank you I. I, never looked at it as a <hes>. You know it's not a single for radio. You know what I mean I. I don't know when I don't have my second book started yet. But not exactly like I'm hurrying through this. What now this? I. Think I got one book in May and this is it. So I'll be talking about for a while. Well, you had told me just before we started rolling the recording here that this book when you actually wrote, it was originally more than double the amount of patients that came out. Close to three times, actually, it was <hes>. Well, I guess the three fifty and I turned in just under nine fifty. So yeah, <hes> two and a half times at least. And <hes> it. Was it was it was it was great. 'cause I my deadline Halloween of eighteen and I turned it in on that day. Not One day soon and I sent it in for the publisher and he wrote back immediately like how man great work you did. It congratulations. That's awesome and ten minutes later after it open, the file is next email was what the fuck is this. What's wrong with you? What are you crazy like I didn't think about things like this. For example, the cost of printing a nine hundred page book. He goes. What do you want to sell a book for eighty dollars and I was like oh? Yeah. That's how this work. It's not unlike record. Basically, I wrote a triple album out of the gate and he was like, yeah, too much too much. Well, you could have done. Well, here's the thing for me like you. So hearing that is having done a couple books myself. Not An autobiography I'm still working on that, but having done a few I know about that editing process and it could be agonizing as an author because you feel like everything you put in, there is really good and should be included and is a big part of the story. So did you leave it to them to do the tough cuts or did you have to dig into it and really do some self editing? Well Eddie to that point. I. Believe I'm the first person who said this is nine hundred and fifty pages of pure gold. Yeah <hes>. Now, we'll see that's my partner. Steven Hyden <hes> the simplest way to describe what he did. With I. I wrote the songs and he produced the album <hes> and what I mean by that, we got together ahead of time and we just established the timelines together like I. We talked it through. I have a very linear chronological memory and we started with me moving to Atlanta and he just led me like breadcrumbs through the whole story and we. It was just conversations where we recorded by cowling of the the art like this happened this, the the met them and. So I had. So we put together like forty chapters of my my audio breadcrumbs for me to venues to go right the story, keep me on a on a linear path in writing. And so that was hugely important and then, but I went I wasn't wrote the thing, and then when it was all said and done as I was finishing chapters, I'd son the Stephen. and. He was aware of the fact as I was writing it this way longer than anybody's expecting and probably longer than any was gonNA. WanNa publish. So in his mind, he was I think already. Paying attention to the overall narrative arc and looking at things that don't necessarily move the story along, they might be funny or they might be crazy, but they don't. Keep the momentum going. So he had a really good overview from the minute I finished already in his head of what he thought could probably come out if need be and that was hugely important for me because when they told me go away and edit it <hes> you know the editor said I'm not gonNA edit this. You'll hate me why you guys gotTA. GotTa take the first path and so Steven Hyden was huge and that because he was able to speak to me talking me off of my perch of, but this is a blockbuster brilliant book. You know and he said, no, hang on the pitch stories are great. But four of them are all of similar. You know what? I mean. They're telling the same. In the grand scheme of things, you're kinda repeating themes and the reader doesn't need the readers. You know, give the reader credit. They know who the characters are real soon and they get your humor they get. Stuff deprecating, you don't have to keep going to those wells, blah blah blah, but he was instrumental in making me see. Where we go and I mean, it could have been edited a million different ways. But we came to this one really pretty quickly. You know I mean within a month or two. We had basically what you're reading, and then it was a matter of just the copy editing, which is where you pick every sentence apart. Make sure that the ten. Grammar. Jerk. You know I'm a real nerd for that stuff. So I I actually enjoyed. Tearing, apart, my own stream of consciousness writing and making sure the verb tenses. All matched up and all that kind of stuff.

"gorman" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"gorman" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Of the Black Crowes, who was there through it all with the Black Crowes and now a former member of the black crowes. He's no longer in the band, but he was on all of the classic stuff right up until the break up of the band. So. I had a chance to read Steve's book. which is called the life and death of the Black Crowes or I don't I. Don't have it right in front of me but. Hold on I should probably have that name right Because I I have the book, but it's not right in front of me, but it's A. Little bit of a long. Version of the title, the title, the version of the titles bit long. Okay. Here it is. The book is called hard to handle the life and death of the black. Crowes. And it was written by as I said, they're drummer Steve Gorman, who I don't know at all until this interview, you are about to hear. Now. I'm a little late to the party on this book because it came out I, guess about a year ago. It has just been released on soft cover, but it came out maybe little under a year ago and I had heard from so many people that the book was great. And I. Have Been in quarantine and pandemic times, and we're all sort of on different schedules than normally are. So I had the opportunity to spend a little more time reading lately and I picked this book up. took it to the beach and I could not put down as a matter of fact, I. It was one of those things where I wanted to finish it really quickly. But then I didn't because I wanted something to look forward to the next day. That's how good the book is, and even if you're not a huge black crows fan, it is such a compelling read because everybody knows that the black Crowes had a great deal of dysfunction, lot of fighting between the brothers. But Steve, Gorman, was there through all of it and he takes you on a journey from the formation of the band. Through all the drama through all the stuff with Jimmy page, right through the break up of the band, and here's the thing you know a lot has been made about some of the stuff said this book and you'll hear me bring this up with Stephen. The interview I did not read this book coming away liking. The Black Crowes, any less income out of it, saying those Chris and rich Robinson, real? Dick's or anything like that. I really didn't. If. You think about it throughout history. These sort of tell all books that come out if anything they bolster the band's. Reputation if you will interest draw level. I mean look look at what he did for Motley crue with their book or Aerosmith for their book. So. We all know th. There's a level of ego and drugs and fighting, and in the Black Crowes instance, the brothers and all that. But this none of it was shocking to me. It's incredible. It's an incredible read into read from Steve Perspective. What happened. But if anything it made me even more interested in the band. And after reading the book, I went and started seeking out stuff on Youtube, and got even more into it. So I. Think it's an incredible read. I get into a lot of it with Steven, the interview you're about to hear, and what happened was Steve had made the rounds doing all the publicity for this book since it had been out for a little bit and because I only got a chance to read it, I don't like to interview people until I've had a chance when they put out books in five hundred chance to read the book because obviously you know you wanna be able to. Know, what you're talking about and talk about the book itself. So I was late to the Party and reading it, and the reason why this is a podcast exclusive is because Steve had already made the rounds at Sirius Xm doing promotion for this when it initially came out. So at this point, it didn't. More my fault because I was late to the party on it, it didn't make sense to present this as a radio interview. But. I was adamant about talking to Steve About. The book because I thought the book was so great. So I reached out. Told them that this was going to be predominantly for my podcast and would you like to do it and he said Yeah? And, we had a great conversation about a week and a half ago, two weeks ago. The you're about to hear in its entirety of over ninety minutes talking about this book and the history of the black. Crowes. This is a must listen if you are a fan of this band, and if you were a fan of this book, if you read it. You're gonNA love what's in here, and if you didn't read it, you're probably going to be compelled to WANNA. Read it like I said, it was just released also on paperback so. We get into a lot here. We don't even get into even close to most of it because even with ninety minutes there was so much appeal apart and Steve is a as you're about to hear great guy very open nothing was off the table and. I felt like I knew him I felt like we did stuff before in the past, but this was my first conversation ever with him as you're about to hear. So instead of the usual, all interviews you're about to hear courtesy of this one is a podcast exclusive, only heard and delivered here in its entirety on the trunk podcast I..

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"gorman" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"gorman" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"White right. Oh Black and white black and white tall ambien lake moving around and have you ever been starstruck can shoot door prior to shoot or sure before I ever shot David Bowie and I was pretty star Trek and then later after you've shot shot Brando I suppose in Pacino in scarface but basically I think As it went on and I shot a lot so many of the big stars I became more starstruck or I should say. Probably impressed in front of my Lens with people that were the big directors or producers. You know I got the Spielberg's at the Lucas's that this one or that one and what you're talking at depth feel about today pretty much my career and my books and you know. Personal retrospect or less I might've happened my retrospective since I can't show any new. It'll be an interesting talk is there. Can you think of one shoot? And it doesn't even have to be a celebrity or who necessarily can. I'm really stands out in terms of what either formed your style or made your career or something that said you from this point. I can go forward. I would say it's a twofold question in the late. Seventy S. I shot Tom. Waits and go back in time and I had three days. I shot him for three days. I picked him up at the Tropicana Hotel. Like seven or eight in the morning and drop them off after midnight for three days in a row up. It's seven in the morning. I picked seven or eight in the morning. This is back in the seventies and he was living at the Tropicana Hotel in Santa Monica in Louisiana back then I was shot him for an album cover called heart attack and vine and we had Pretty Much Tom. Close and I don't think we've had a makeup part. I think maybe I had a style that brought some clothes. I guess we have styles. I don't think that anybody for hair and makeup and I had one assist you know in a camera and I don't we had much. We shot a little bit in the studio in little portable flash but I remember like for the third day. I started taking the light off the center of camera and I realized I shot him in front of a Tattoo Parlor. And that was one of my shot. Someone really liked this picture of the kind of drag. The shuttle and the third day is a funny story. The Art Director loved the pictures but he said we really love these pictures. Could you Could you get him in a Tuxedo? And I said he's not going to put on. Of course I asked Tom Brady says the only way I'd wear fucking Tech Saito. I'd probably get shot so we had a girl dressed. Her Up. Sexy put on stick is covered in blood with a gun in his hand so that was one of the sheets that I would say kind of established my style in terms of take. The light off camera shoots a kind of got me on my way with the movie poster for tootsie working with strikes on a little movie working with David Bowie but getting the big names in the portfolio is what it took. It didn't mean that my picture for any better about it. Just the names by guilt by association. Help launch my career it quick. Follow up because you mentioned. The stylist do tend to work with a lot of the same folks Always yeah I mean I think when you establish a look the becomes inherent is a stamp. Greg Gorman Photo Bruce Weber her Brits I mean I think we all have a team that are largely responsible for our imagery. That's interesting you have a new book coming out real soon. A retrospective book How many pictures you in this thousand Mo now there are thousand fixes to choose from. They're trying to think in the book. There's roughly three hundred and sixty three seventy seven. How hard was it to narrow down to kill two thirds of the year process? It was a year of editing beginning. And then I took about a year off just thinking about. It didn't do much and then on the beginning of the thirty the last year and a half it's been hardcore and everything had to be scanned because it's all them mostly film some angel and some of them had to be retouched not so much retouching is cleaning up the negatives and stuff and then the last well really. I'm almost a close to a year of the editing. It's just In terms of getting the book put together designed and things moved around and getting the people to write articles for the book so you have some sense of credibility beyond your own imagination so Period of time especially in the year in between you think a lot to say and and really say you know what I'm GonNa go in a different direction. I mean very much. Well I mean I'll tell you it became and I don't want to say that it became kinda typical battle but it was in some ways because we decided in this book that it really should be. I mean I was very blessed to have a career where I shot a lot of heavy hitters and so we had a lot of cool pictures but they wanted US heavier hitter so we went pretty much for the heavy hitters with a few pictures. We threw in there to say I still hadn't lost my and it's one of those things you kind of find a balance You know I wanted some of the newest young actors to show that I'm still somewhat act alive still alive and Kickin and But still wanted the Bob. Hope's George Burns. And the Alfred Hitchcock and Orson Welles. That people can live during that incredible. Well look forward to that book and the name is of the book or it's called. It's not about me but of course John Waters says in the epilogue. It's all about you come on. That's great and the books can be win. I think late summer. Hopefully we're going to noises seeing something great great. I'm really excited. Most time I've ever put into a book after twelve bucks I mean and I've been hands on and been on press for every book so this is a big -gratulations that's Vicky Gorman. Thank you so much for joining us my pleasure. My name is Alan Whites and on behalf of Jason John I..

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"gorman" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"gorman" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Or older sweepstakes foul number twenty four over twenty I Ford Berea but it's your local autozone store for more details all right Steve Gorman is here drummer the Black Crowes or I should say was and that's why sportscasting stuff right got a book out hard to handle the life and death of the Black Crowes talk to him about that thirty five million records sold so the Black Crowes so about that and much more with Steve Right after this ten years ago one man said sale but I'm going to get guests in here I'll get a studio we will create something together microphone in hand ranted no nailing schedule the inspector no nothing now nothing to be I don't WanNA sociological no here's why would you WanNa do that because I was times when right good things about your down on that's not the case and talk the world how to properly measure a piece from the center the anus to just beyond the tip now it's time to commemorate a decade introducing the official ten years suit scrapbook featuring never before seen photos and stories from behind the scenes in the early days of the podcast and in memory is from all.

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"gorman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"gorman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Gorman with me in studio Morgan, lash and Reggie behind the board. Believe it or not. There is other news outside of the raise and this possible split season deal with Montreal music video, right? There is that if, if you haven't seen the music video where Morgan, does this keep America great song. And it's totally again, totally tasteful classy, not over the top just the right amount of the American flag and fireworks in the statue of liberty and bald eagles is the perfect mix. If you haven't seen the video that, that really is taking the world by storm over the past twenty four hours at Morgan's phone has been blown up. Nonstop, I it's getting to be very active outside, I heart Tampa right now on the door. It's, it's really something to behold. You can see the video on our Facebook page or on our Twitter feed. Just search for W, F, L, A news, or I put it out there to Ryan e Gorman. And of course it's on the website. W F, L, E, news dot com. Just go to the PM Tampa Bay page. So we've got the race thing going on. We've got your music video and and career blowing up and then we have this other thing that's happening. That is kind of newsworthy and important situation with Iran. Yes. So let me dive into that last night. The New York Times hit with a blockbuster report. The President Trump approved military strikes against Iran in retaliation for downing an American surveillance drone, but pulled back from launching them at the last minute. The report said, quote as late as seven PM military, and diplomatic officials were expecting a strike after intense discussions and debate at the White House among the president's top national security officials and congressional leaders officials said, the president had initially approved attacks on a handful of Iranian targets the article in the times, also states, the operation was underway in its early stages when it was called off. A senior administration official said planes were in the air and ships were in position. But no missiles had been fired when word came to stand down. It's important to note here that the White House did not fight publication of the article. And this is, according to the four reporters who shared the byline, and there was no pushback from the administration, there was also no giant immediate declaration from the president. This is all fake news. In fact, eventually confirmed it it's as though the White House was kind of happy to have the New York Times deliver this message to Toronto that we could ahead him that we were prepared to hit them that we came really close to pulling the trigger. But in the end we did so overnight, we were left scratching our heads, as to what led to the president changing his mind. And we got our answer this morning when NBC news released a clip of the interview the president did with Chuck Todd. It's gonna air Sunday on meet the press. President also sent out a tweet about president says he changed his mind when he was informed about one hundred fifty Iranians would have been. Killed in the attack. He didn't think that response was proportionate. He told Chuck Todd the plan was ready to go subject to his approval. But he also said that he had not yet green lighted the mission, and that no planes had actually taken off. Here is the clip from the interview that Juve green, light.

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