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"gremaldi" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Dot com slash skill share hundreds of years ago. The map of europe was much more complicated there were dozens of kingdoms and duchy's and principalities all over the place overtime however almost all of those tiny countries were absorbed into larger countries that we know today but not all of them did a small handful of very small countries managed through luck perseverance and diplomacy to remain independent. To the present day. I've previously known episodes on dora liechtenstein san marino and vatican city. Each one of those countries has a unique history which allowed them to wind up as independent countries in the twenty first century. The story of monaco is similar yet. Different to has managed to survive as a tiny principality into the twenty first century but it story in history are different than other european microstates. Historically monaco was defined by its most significant man really only landmark the rock of monaco. The rock of monaco is as the name implies a rock. That juts out into the mediterranean sea. It was historically used as a fortification. And there's evidence that humans have inhabited the site for at least thirty thousand years. If you're familiar with monaco. The rock is on the southern side of the main harbour. The name monaco comes from the name of a sixth century. Greek colony. that was there called. Monaco's the meaning of the name and adrian creek was single house during the roman period. Julius caesar came through monaco after completing the gallic wars the poet virgil called it. Quote the castled cliff monaco's by the see the modern history of monaco. If you wanna call it that dates back to the twelfth century it was then part of the holy roman empire in eleven ninety one holy roman emperor henry. The fifth gave the land to the city state of genoa and the genoese colony of monaco was refounded. In twelve fifteen in twelve ninety seven a genoese nobleman by the name of francisco. Gremaldi with the help of several other men dressed as franciscan. Monks took over the fortress which was on the rock of monaco. This was the beginning of the grimaldi family rule of monaco which is still in place today. it didn't remain gremaldi hands for long. He was eventually taken back by genoa. Who then lost it to the kingdom of aragon in the fourteenth century the gremaldi family purchased monaco back from aragon in sixteen twelve and the head of the family hannuri. the second declared himself prince of monaco. Monica wasn't fully independent. However while the prince was recognized as a sovereign prince by the french they were also vassals to the french king..
"gremaldi" Discussed on The Bio Report
"Well kartini cell therapies have been a promising new area of cancer treatments there. Costly produced have had limited success in treating solid tumors and can carry sometimes serious side effects. Shoreline biosciences is developing off the shelf. Natural killer in macrophages cellular therapies derived from induced pluripotent stem cells for cancer inflammatory and genetic diseases. The company programs these cells to target and kill tumors as well as repair tissue homey of stasis. the company said its approach allows for the creation of a streamlined affordable and scalable manufacturing process. That can deliver self therapy treatments to patients faster and more cost effective manner. We spoke to clamp a sam topless co founder and ceo shoreline biosciences about the company's off the shelf self therapy's it's focused on the innate immune system and how it's leveraging its technology through recent partnerships with beijing. And kite pharma clamp is. Thanks for joining us. Thank danny presenting petition. We're going to talk about shoreline biosciences its platform for allergenic cell technology and two deals you announced in june that have propelled the company to hear. Perhaps we can begin with some of the challenges with cell therapy's today and how shoreline is addressing. Those what problems do you see your platform the a bigger question today. The look back the cell therapy's gaming to the to the attention of the broader community about a decade ago with some spectacular results using guy make onto receptor t. cells as immunotherapy. Those were found nearby incompetence. Like hide the juno. We sold response rate that we haven't seen before over sixty percent or so in in some severely. Ill basi- They came unfortunately with some significant side effects. graphs was close. Bbc's cytokine release syndrome which is very significant negative effect and other side effects that prevented the massive adoption of these lifesaving therapy so most of them continue to be a background of finally of specialized academic or other hospitals and have not yet reached the community Setting so of course The concept auto immune therapies based on the fact that in immune cell can be jamir armed in targeted in directed towards a tumor in not only of course officials which is the adopted part of the immunity over of humans but he told so being made part of the community constituting gremaldi from engaged cells san case for natural killer cells because there were identified the late seventies as cells that decade foreign invaders including of course Helps so our approach is fundamentally different. We working with different effector cells in shoreline is focusing on natural killer cells in macrophages. Would we know about natural killer cells that they have a lot of the benefits of the t. cells that have been used previously spectacular results. But they don guy the side effects that you see so we don't see graph. I we don't see our release syndrome. End in fact Recent clinical data with not repeal ourselves were implemented in community hospital setting so literally changing dramatically. That way we can deploy these lifesaving therapies variety of of Basis that need dodge the different between what we do and what the circle car companies are being now. Developing you genetically modified these cells. What's the intent of that modification. How does it make them more effective. At fighting cancers we condition them to become better athletes in in a sense. We make these cells to become more persistent once. We infused into into basi- And then we arm them. With specific targeting tools so that they can come to proximity of the of the tumors in allow them the natural killer cell the macrophage to do what they are designed to do. Which is to attack the tumor in in destroyed it. So they are genetic manipulations Doing that As i said conditioning them to persist longer to be metaphorically better fitted to kill more effectively. And then we arm them with guided missiles to find those. Those humors you say you are guided missiles to find the tumors. To what extent can these be targeted. What do you do to actually target them. Yeah wish start than. I should have died by that. From the beginning we have. It's mendes advantage in shorelines. Foundational expertise is based on reporter in stem cell biology and these comes from founders and over two decades of experience of really taking a button stem cells in finding ways to differentiate them into our effect or in k. nuts regular cells and macrophages sounds so blue balkan stem cells have the ability to defense eight into an over two hundred different cell types and in the process in old defense. Of course the difference differentiation protocols in conditions deploy it is in that process take pew report in stem cell. We engineer these is that we want to make it a better ultimately better athlete as i said in in this regard we make money relations in the beautiful in stem cell stage. We've been select the clone. That has a genetic money relation we got the is fema typically and typically and then we defense eighty dr in case l. stop becomes our bun that is then is a muster sell buying because the beauty of louboutins stem cells of course the clone expansion capabilities you can get millions of three themselves from a single cologne. And so we now have reservoir of genetically-modified best athletes that we deploy against the tumors. These are allergenic therapies. That you're developing. They don't have to be customized for a patient. What's the process..
"gremaldi" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique
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"gremaldi" Discussed on Startups For the Rest of Us
"Who has it's an sm ass product for e-commerce shops and one thing that we were chatting about was just how not real time email is anymore and as someone who obviously built in esp p. And still there's still a ton of value in email. There's still. There's a purpose for it but sms and facebook messenger and in-app notifications whether it's web app or whether it's mobile app push i mean there's all these things that really do. They do different jobs now. And so i i totally hear you and i feel like this is a really evolving peace. Even to the point of inner common drift kind of lodged things like intercom had to come on the scene. They had the chat widget but they were also email. And i don't know if you would need to do that today. I don't know that that's a requirement. Also have the email piece. Because i just think the job is is so different. A lot of customers don't use email. But then i think email is here to stay. What we want to do is overtime just sent as few emails as possible so like to e mail deliveries but very smart or leave a notification. Hasn't been seen or maybe batch them up and then send them out in an email so it's almost like you wanna really kind of lead the way and decluttering your user's inbox and you want to respect it more so and it's also good for application to us to much rely on it. Yeah because you want to hit them when they're thinking about it and when they're in their email inbox often thinking about other things. I want to get work done. A lot of people use their inbox as their to do list versus when they log in to magic bell. They're thinking okay. I'm in the magic. Bow mindset oh here's some notifications about new updates about something that happened in magic. It's like they're already in that context. So i i think there's a lot there. Yeah and then all these users like insurance agents customer support agents. They're already online for like eight hours right now. A lot of applications a lot of our users come to us because they use us have to go back to email to check notifications and then come back again and they can build this themselves but it takes months vitriol time being hard and just multi channel and so what we're eliminating for them. It's like you're us already are being your attention but you just don't have a way to leverage it and that's what magical office do so i want to switch it up a little bit and talk about something. We were talking about offline right before we hit record which was this idea of being bootstrap for funded and something you said to me. I think is worth diving into. And it's you said there's often this. Anti funding mindset or an anti funding rhetoric. That probably came about fifteen or twenty years ago. When the funding landscape was not that founder friendly it was different and these are my words now. In my opinion it was paul. Graham that changed. It was y. Combinator because before that the docks were opaque there is an information asymmetry where investors had all the info about terms and we didn't as founders and paul gremaldi change that i know there's been arguments that pogrom potentially took it too far away. She has taken it too far. You don't have to comment on this. Having gone through. I see but i've heard some investors jason calcutta's say it's people in a garage and they expect expected ten million dollar valuation or an uncapped note or something which is so not investor-friendly that it cuts the other way but all that said the landscape today there is no doubt is night day different than twenty years ago. You wanna talk me through your thoughts..
"gremaldi" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur
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"gremaldi" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Okay. So we posted. This picture is ongoing. Who's a very handsome man and you know young youngest you know not. He's not like your old uncle. Yeah yeah he's very nice and he's says too busy with work right now to think of a clever way to do this so i'm just going to drop this here. Did he goes to those who care. Meet uncle anthony so body. It's it's really good so you check it out. I got a kick out of it. Well hey big news. And bachelor nation of vanessa gremaldi former ex of nick vile who is celebrated in during this whole franchise is wed now to say josh wolff and the quote is i'm over the moon. Yes so she got married over the weekend. She said exclusively. I think two people after the wedding. Josh is the best partner to have in life. I feel so grateful. The got engaged last summer and they were married this weekend at the low amount. Stephen hotel Sonar where is in canada. I would say it was a montreal. Yeah montreal and she wore a lace gown by Maria our co design with a j. end avi embroidered on the sleeves. It's very cute. And she says i choose comfort over everything The dress hugs all the right places. And i feel so confident in it. Who that's awesome. Hey more yeah. Congratulations to them. That's a that's a couple of. We've been watching for a while super awesome. Well more love news in battery nation. Seen fleming somebody. That is just absolutely darling. We fell in love with her from when she first came on the podcast. Couple of years ago and She ended up dating a realtor. Doug film well. Hey they're engaged now on the quotas. I always knew he was the one. Yes i remember her. Not going to paradise because of him She was very serious about her new boyfriend at the time She says yes. I i knew he was one from site i met him i because i never felt the way that i felt for him with anyone else. He's become my best friend is truly the most kind and loving person i've ever known She tells us weekly that he puts up with all of her antics and ken and she could be exactly who she. She is with him. Quirks and all He planned the most day. It was a complete surprise. He got down on one knee in. Malibu started with a helicopter ride over. La landing on a hilltop in malibu for the actual proposal followed by surprise dinner with twenty close friends and families on a rooftop restaurant in west. Hollywood that is so sweet. Something really really incredible well. Hey we've been hearing rumors ashley. It's kind of a headline kinda sparking your interest in what you think. We've heard rumors recently especially coming from creator. Mike fleiss about the next bachelor. He dropped a hint recently about the new upcoming lead. He says you'll be very happy. Well of course that never happens. Bachelor nation is always split. Remember and i was announced as the bachelor half the people love to have two people hated it. L. ben ben ben. Nah you flatter me all the time and this is time for me to say ben..
"gremaldi" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"He says i'm super sat in barest that those tweets came up. Definitely not the person who i am today. I was young childish immature. And that's exactly what those two. It's worse super immature. I've lived overseas the last two years. Obviously i've seen different things. And i've been around different cultures and people so a different person completely and you know i just wanna make sure everyone knows that in my heart i don't i don't ever really go out and try to make someone feel bad. I've grown so much. And i've always been super positive. They're apparently They contain offensive language and they are misogynistic few more headlines here tyler cameron just after recently admitting his Absolute love for his girlfriend camilla. They've split after eight months of dating and the headline reads. Their friends are surprised. This according to. I'm surprised too. Because i saw him like a week and a half ago on watch what happens with andy cohen and she was sitting next to matt in the audience and he called her out as his girlfriend. So like. i don't know. I wonder if like something. There was like one big fighter something happened. I'm not a year speculating. But apparently the store says to us weekly things were going well until they weren't so maybe i was right Friends were surprised at things ended so quickly And that's that's about all we got but they did un-filed each other on instagram. And she stopped keeping up with his brother on social media as well and it comes after two weeks two weeks after. He declared his love for her on watch. What happens. live big headline there. Well a couple more relationship headlines One is when the celebrate Vanessa gremaldi is celebrating her bachelorette party and It's something special. It looks like a lot of fun. Yeah it looks like a blast She says what night it was the best bachelorette party with the most loving kind and generous group of women. I'm so lucky to call friends. This is what life's about surrounding yourself with people who fuel your heart in seoul. I'm still smiling. So they don't give us the date to her and her fiancee's wedding. But i'm assuming it's coming up in the next couple of months. It is something to celebrate. Vanessa is a one of the great ones. Well also cassie randolph. Finally i guess but also makes her relationship public with brighton. Reinhard This on on instagram. And it's according to people. I know so on thursday. She shared a carousel photos and videos on instagram with her and her twenty five year. Old musician boyfriend brighton. hard And the caption said. Love exploring new places that i didn't even know were right in my backyard And then he responded saying love exploring new places with you very q. And this is something that people have. I guess kinda seeing coming for awhile. It been hanging out dating for awhile but they've not made instagram until now big deal for cassie ran off as she enters into a new season of life. With brighton reinhard. Well hey that's all the headlines. We have today except one last one that talks about your friends. Jade and tanner have moved into a new home and they've showed it off on instagram kind of teased..
"gremaldi" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"A really detailed recap about the whole season. Specifically the finale check out the snatch ler on cheese recapping at all and they're still going to go into paradise which we have some bachelor in paradise news via your toasters because remember. We recently made a shift a calendar. Shift the kind of like i dunno. Change the trajectory of our whole brand. Using so i link to your toasters i keep forgetting i just feel like it changed and it was always meant to be this way because there is not a single utterance of complaint yet and there's also no. Tv that we watch on mondays love islands on and we don't watch the bachelor suzy's always kind of lackluster. But now they're full of goodness and tonight is new york. She'll be able to recap overcompensate like it just end like it just makes more sense great. I can't wait for all of that. And i think we should get into it because we need to talk about the bachelorette because even though we didn't watch like i do have so many thoughts on the blake. Boylan of it all moylan off like to not watch this season and then to just swipe to see who katie chosen. This guy who we know from the other seasons. I'm like the parker injure the wildlife manager parkridge. No he's a wildlife manager hooker. I was just like oh. I didn't even need to watch season. If she's just going to pick this guy who we already know is like pretty thirsty again. From what i gather thirsty. No that's katie's name katie thurston Also like it's funny. Because i think the internet has pretty much like designated katie. Thurston as i kinda chew gate. Which i think she is. I think the bachelor franchise general's pretty cheap cheap. But she's like very much exide part skinny jeans and she doesn't like she's dot gov at social media because she's just doesn't care as much like the first picture she posted with him. Blake was like so blurry vertical waitz on the sides like she needs to him out manager. Yeah i saw snatcher posted that. And that's just unacceptable. You know. I agree like you've had all year to learn social media like come know and it's like when you get the beam the lead of bachelor bachelorette is the opportunity of a lifetime and because what comes with it are all of the followers and you need to rise to the occasion. You just sustain them if the followers premium content. yeah that's the job once you're bachelor bachelorette or once you win or want to make until the very end. I always think of one of the best examples is that is like vanessa gremaldi and raving gates that season. Those girls were kind of like the last season of girls that got a million followers. Just by being in the top four. And i feel like raven has really Like cemented herself like an influence sir like she takes a lot of time on our content her an atom or like always working on their content. And i remember watching vanessa. Incident followers dropped just. Because like she didn't care to be going to show and like that's your focus. Which maybe it's not for everyone. It just seems like a wasted opportunity. I'd be like michelle. Season is currently filming the katie's a week from becoming completely irrelevant and she's putting up blurry you know white edged photos and this is not gonna work. Yeah i would just say katie. Look immi and this opportunity that has standing right in front of me. Am i saw crazy to me..
"gremaldi" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"You didn't want he wanted. That's what you call it a clean gun one without any ballistics with the police very seldom. Does anybody keep a gun. After they kill somebody as a rule you would be in contact with that kind of person anyhow. That guy's goof or an idiot question. Where'd you get rid of a gun all the river. The lake a query many places though the man when you're driving over a bridge getting rid of a weapon is no problem at all. You have to wonder how commodity got turned now the fbi use demon for their purposes but they also used him. That was a state case that we talked about for that represents state murder case has how they got found not guilty. Then cook county now The illinois crime committed commission and some of their people got him to furnish intelligence information. During this time he also worked with a james reese'll who was an agent with the federal bureau of narcotics and dangerous drugs which became. Da eventually gremaldi said later that his brother had been drug addict and always been informed on people who were doing drugs. Some of the people at that really persuaded him to come in early on were illinois bureau. Investigation agents gerald lewis. Douse key and thomas jury. They had been chicago policeman before the joined the ibi. They got him to testify about them at the murder. Trial of dista- final and Letter tony's bilateral greg him grant of immunity because he was actually part of the people that killed legal former newspaper reporter notes that interviewing him whenever commodity talk about we. It was interesting. He would talk about him. And lou danske and thomas jury the i b i agents. Commodity would say that for the first time in his life. He's speaking kind of warmly about these. Two police officers was there. They're the ones that that guarded him during the time and stayed by side while ever Testifying against Sam destefano the newspaper reporter asked him about his relationship with his policemen question. Did you know that people like these men existed. Answer only books. There's no way you can visualize straight placement in chicago until you actually go in and meet some of them question from the outside. You thought. A lot of them were crooked answer. The biggest part of them yes question and then what did you find out answer. Well there were an awful lot of good ones straight ones that i b. I is fantastic. They've got good young devoted guys. Who spent a lotta time free time devote their own time. Don't get paid overtime. It's greatest thing. They leave their wives. Leave their families to be out in the street doing jobs and to me. It's just a rare dec- devotion to a job. It's a new organization. I think at sometimes i think sometimes it'll be the best thing that's happened in illinois.
"gremaldi" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show
"Aggressive depending on your personality. So i ended up. I know some guys from the sopranos. I do a little acting work myself. So i reached out to some of the guys from the sopranos i reached out to tony darrow from goodfellas and i reached out to a couple of people and they were very supportive. They loved the idea. And i reached out to curtis. I mean here's a guy that has thirteen fifteen rescue cats. You know he does. Well i own well. That's wonderful absolutely. It's a wonderful thing. And i said no. I met curtis at the council committee. I met nancy his wife. I and i met them. Three years ago at the council committee and i had spoke to the council committee about the animal welfare system in new york and how far behind we are compared to like austin texas. That has no kill shelters state of the art facilities. And we're not nowhere near there yet. They are operating on a budget. Less than what we operate on. They managed to be no kill. Oh well right. So that's how. I met curtis and i brought him on board along. You know joe. Gannon can play. Veto spat afford the sopranos and saying gremaldi. And all these other guys guard supportive of it. So i'm blessed that they are supportive of it so you know it's been it's still a work in progress denies it takes time to build. But we're doing a pretty good job and if anyone wanted to show support that accompany you can check out. Ruthless poise dot com. Okay z could check out our website purchase if they decide to all of the proceeds. Go back to the animal rescue of their choice. Yes which is great people like the app choices right so we have a list of different rescues from all over the country actually one in egypt. Wow oh that's great. that's great. that is really wonderful. I have a kind of a question that i wanna ask you. Do you ever get involved with this. Has been an issue. That i found and i'm just wondering i know i know there's certain places like in italy where they've actually outlawed fireworks because they're so distraught disrupting and you know the dogs get so distressed. People don't realize it so during the summer it's just been terrible for you. Know my little one. She gets so distraught when they ironworks any. Have you guys gotten. I obviously the u.'s. The nice thing is really important. But i know there are laws that are passed on time or you. Do you know anything about that. Like are any places passing laws about that because it's distressful it's actually distressful. Kids do sometimes but dogs and cats generally speaking they have a heightened sensitivity to Noise we hear they here at like fifty times more flu like explosions going off them. As opposed to us which is still could be a nuisance to people. He l. horse. I know from what i've seen there isn't really any laws in place that will say we're gonna specifically banned fireworks because dogs and cats are shared or anything anything related to animals whenever anything is related to animals back seat. Yes yes in comparison to humans. You know people thought they do it. They're going to ban it because it could be detrimental to the elderly could be detrimental to children and grandchildren and we're going to have it..
"gremaldi" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast
"Hates marie. Four leo and welcome to another episode of marie. Tv and the marine folio. Podcast i gotta say. I am so excited about my guest today. He is a legend in the world of personal growth and spiritual development and you are in for a big treat. Gary cough the author of four consecutive new york times bestsellers including legendary the seat of the soul. He's also the author of the dancing masters which won the american book award for science. His books have sold six million copies and are in thirty two languages. Gary grew up in the mid west. He graduated from harvard and became a special forces officer with the at phnom service. His newest book universal human is available. Now so gary. It is so wonderful to have you here. Thank you so much for making the time. Today are welcome marie. i'm. I'm so excited to be with you and to experience what you've been doing so wonderfully for so many people for so long. Let's get started. I want to go back to a time in your life is actually i think a pretty challenging time after you served in vietnam and you shared in the book which is wonderful universal human by the way that you were avoiding pain in some destructive ways that it was around drugs and sex addiction. I'm wondering if you can take us back to that time. And share a bit about what you were feeling and experiencing and what was that moment that helped you begin to turn her life around. It wasn't a single moment marie. It was an incremental process. But there were some good things in it that i remember. And that time you're talking about i was living in san francisco and i was addicted to sex. I was so enamored with myself without realizing it. All how much pain. I was in Drugs women motorcycles We're all a part of of being in san francisco. And i was invited to a meeting. Physicists at the lawrence berkeley laboratory and i accepted immediately. And i was amazed by what i heard them discussing the question. Are we creating. The reality were experiencing. Well that's the kind of question that i discussed with friends in coffee shops in north beach. But these were some of the most renowned physicist in the world and they were asking that question for real. I got so excited about that meeting. And i asked him if i could come back again on the following friday and they said yes. They're very gracious. And i started reading i. I went back. And i felt as though i'd had three cups of cappuccino and it was sparking off my fingertips but i couldn't explain why i was so excited so i started reading and i went back again. Read more went back again. And i realized that i wanted to share what i was learning on a silver platter for people who were none. Scientists like me liberal arts majors like me who couldn't do handy mathematics like me and i did. I wrote this book called the dancing wuli masters an overview of the new physics. Now while i was writing this. I started out following an outline for each chapter that i created but in each case age chapter i left the outline behind because the energy lead meals were and the energy put so much more exciting than they outline was after six months or so. I began to realize that these chapters fit together beautifully. And i didn't do it because i discarded the outlines. So how'd that happen. And i began to realize that. I'm not writing this alone. This doesn't mean i'm channel. I wish it were that easy. Actually known but i imagine for some people they sit at. The keyboard in book comes out but it wasn't that way for me and it isn't but i realized that i'm not writing alone because it's not possible to be alone. Everyone every every co creation every creation is a co creation with you and with your physical guides and teachers and i was a. This was a new experience to me. I ask a friend of mine. Who was a union psychoanalyst. About what i was doing. And she said oh. Leave that alone gear. You don't know what you're getting into. I knew what i was getting into. And i wanted more of it. What did she mean by that did you. Did she just not agree with that perspective. Or what did she mean by. You don't know what you're getting into. I can't speak for her. And i'm not a union analyst but i think what she meant is there's lots of scary things in your unconscious and beyond your consciousness and you don't wanna timber with it. I didn't i didn't agree with that. Perception didn't agree with her recommendation. At all i decided that i was going to live my life the way this book was being written which was spontaneously joyfully intelligently and to a certain extent. I've accomplished that. I'm very happy about it. So this was my first experience of non-physical reality. It was the first experience of non-physical reality. That i recognized as that when i was at harvard. My grandmother died and she was my favorite. I think i was her favorite too. 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"The way. Paul george ed. Thirty six tonight against his former team clippers win durant had thirty one for the nets in their blow. Out of the t. wolves coups mad. Twenty four and the lakers win over the hornets. Hornets had five of their six. Best scores out. Glad i bet on them than i. I went well. Celtics trail blazers by three at the half and the heat sons sixty three video seven suns by the way in that game. Oh here it is the jazz one by ten. The door for the thunder had forty two points. He went off nobody else. Did anything door had. Forty two seven and three. He was sixteen at thirty. One from the floor had seven threes to get him back in the game. Utah was up twenty. One was six minutes laugh. Something like that and they won by ten. They didn't cover the seventeen and huck they were up. They were covering they had it all and then the back door cover by the thunder unbelievable. The rangers beat the doubles tonight. Three to nothing at the rock. I was watching that game for a while. Like picking teeth. Chester made twenty seven saves. i know your boy. The former leader of iran's zebina job with the goal one nothing that goal stood up forever and then later i think they got a parent. Bradman had a goal and boots navacerrada goal three nothing shutout as the rangers are four games over five hundred now twenty. Sixteen and six. What do you think. The rangers mafia dave Turn their season around and that. They're actually winning. are they. Good to see you know with all the young talent that the building around you know. They struggled in the beginning kakuma frontier. Those guys weren't getting it done even for a long time. We're just not scoring and when he's not scoring you know you're gonna be in trouble but then they started getting going all. These guys are contributing again. But harry was always hopping on crowder's have been a job which knavish the young guys are. All played out of fox looks incredible on the defensive side ryan. Strom had like a twelve game more. I don't even know it might still be going on. He had eleven games last. I checked for point streak. You know every games contributing so there everybody involved and looking good they just maybe need one or two other illegal moves that could put them over into playoff contenders in the coming years of not gonna make it this year. I think they're going to catch the bruins at this point. They seem to have corrected the ship there and now they have halls kind of helped them out. But i think they're a good upcoming team especially if the goal tender's play as they can just in struggled also in the beginning. I think he's get back to form as well now so i think they have a good future if they can keep main core together and we'll see if they had anything in the offseason so i guess the bruins one in a shootout over buffalo tonight three two and taylor halls first game with the bruins. He didn't score charlie. Coyle and debrosse cad. These shootout goals to lead boston to the win. The capitals blew out the flyers. Six to one tonight in dc ovechkin a power play goal. They just got a mantha from detroit. He scored a goal. Haggling backstrom on the power. Play wilson on the power. Play sheree on the power. Play total humiliation of the flyers and they have In my opinion fallen on hard times only two games over five hundred thousand nine hundred seventeen and six. The flyers are in big trouble. Mister flames beat the leaves in odom time. Johnny would be winter thirty six seconds into the extra session in toronto. The flames come up big about the predators there on phya. They beat the lightning tonight. And i made me tell you. They pounded him. Seven to two arvidsson with two goals and an assist yosi a goal to assess you'll hanson cysts. They had it all going. Citizens had a goal. Yosi arvidsson gremaldi arvidsson. I told you twice. I mean they are really playing great hockey. they're twenty four nineteen in one now and they are just creeping up the standings and winning left and right i take the panthers on the road tonight in dallas and they win it in Time the tronto. The winner on a power play goal in the extra session three. Oh nine as the panthers improved a twenty seven twelve and four. Nobody getting a brodsky. Any love interestingly enough when they talk about the playoffs if they were to meet. You know the lightning in the playoffs. That's kinda where i'm going here i. It's interesting i wonder mafia. Do you buy into The in the play offs or you along the lines everybody else. That thinks he'll fail in the postseason expecting them to be the one to win and move on in that division. Or even maybe probably. In the first round i think that tappin carolina just better than them right now other is going to be his fault. I think is going to be a similar situation. Would he added columbus all those years. 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"Later. I finally got the movie. I finally got to see all the memorable quotes in all the fantastic performances but does actually cause some drama back in the gremaldi households back in the late ninety s interesting. Johnny actually don't really remember the first time i saw it. I think it was again one of those movies that was like on. Hbo when i had a legal cable and it was like i just came across it So like the first first time. I feel like that was probably my. That was my first experience. A lot of movies was that. I was never really other than like certain movies. That had maybe like sex or lake naked parts. i guess i wasn't really censored by my parents so much. And if i had a question i could just ask them and they were very open so it was very different And i think it's also one of those movies. You i watch you. Don't understand all the jokes right away depending on the age that you see it but then later on like as you get older and you watch it more and more you understand it more more and so i always really liked It's funny. I saw the birdcage first. But then when i was In high school. I took french class. And we actually saw the movie that it's based off of in during my french. Do it now look casual full. Because you know that's not how you say david casual and so and it translates to like the crazy like mad cage of women or something like that but logical and it's actually very the birdcage does do a lot of the seem like jokes in tropes that the original did. I think you're a drummer. he was. Nineteen seventy eight announced based off of a play. I think in nineteen seventy-three so so it was interesting. Because when i saw you know you're you're learning. You're learning french in french class. And then watching the movies you know. You're trying to follow a french movie. And then you know being that. I had the birdcage before you kind of play along with it. So it kinda helped. It was helpful that way. Yes so for me it I think junior senior year. I saw it on. Tnt and right away by for me nathan lane. My as i saw it was the first seen i saw in the movie. It's one of those movies that actually didn't see from the beginning the first time it was The to- seen that's the first thing that i saw and nathan lane that's it that's all i needed and i was hooked after that and it's it's got him better for me every single time watching it. It's actually one of my top ten favorite comedies. It is whole lariat for me. Sorry ryan sorry different. Thanks yeah so in terms of the production. Let's get into a not much to say here. But the film is a remake. Like johnny said in the nineteen seventy eight four. That's how you say it david. I like davis keep while there are no real stories regarding the production of the film like other movies..
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"And a lot of the the To the fall for this actually lies. It's charles dickens who wrote his memoirs after after gremaldi died the papers he. Yeah so he wrote the pickwick papers and in the papers there a character a dissipated drunken clown character that you encounter but after that dickins choke gremaldi. 'cause criminality was incredibly visible in popular. He was real celebrity. There was something like an eighth of london had probably seen him on stage at the time that he was alive There's even anywhere else also talking about a time in london's history to where it's expanding dramatically so this is a big population. We're talking about like a lot of people would have seen us And he is a dickens really kind of took it is true that gremaldi life was pretty pretty grim in a lotta ways on by the end of his life he had he had lost his son who died essentially of alcoholism He was himself an alcoholic. He had been in the theatrical world for for so long and had been severely pushed on the stage by fathers. A lot of like a lot of stuff. Going non-marital unpack. Didn't they say that the slapstick comedy. The physical nature of his comedy was so overwhelming to his body that he essentially was unable to do a lot of like normal tasks of how her with even after that early performers actors for television. Look at the people that were prosthetics for monsters and things like that and then ended up completely destroying their bodies for the craft. It's it's a crazy time. Absolutely i mean he he really he hurt himself and this was and he was left disabled by us and and at one point he jokes. I am grim all day. But i make you laugh at night. And that the fact that everybody recognize that he had such a sort of terrible life but that he could go on stage and present his character and make people laugh. And you sort of bring it out of that..
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