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Why Exercise is Beneficial for Helping Treat Depression With Dr. Brendon Stubbs
"Shine the excise beneficial for people with depressive mechanism. Why you know this is how color which guys around the different software. Within his difficult to shake off is exercise exists exact. A makes people feel happier in general depression. I exhaust his antidepressants at true adults race. To not say is endorphins me nights endorphins have lost dolphins. Do judge women excise Sweat barrier to exert that attack. brian nine. I was racing. Studies often both showing the. It's very difficult. Endorphin brain barrier the runner's high excise walks visited. Jolsen's is misleading and it's misstating not just decided i saw what's the depression because of one view. Just be just beat saw under senate days when we move to this with us. Suzanne is is it pipeline which aaron right your son's bar with these With garcia ashdown sub suit wonderful fifty students on twenty twenty address. Your question the much well rounded while also recognizing Ons inside why is exact staking is still a bit binary. We looked at two different areas together yet. Early in your check sausage. Act so if you just talk about that for my job when we engaging says effects we see changes in inflammatory mockus. Scientic hines in such c. reactive interleukin two six Facts yourselfer these people. I'm jay which way also shine as around. Is it in mental health conditions Prussians if you get Depression of granada russian. It's not just an in. Brian's tha that was folded consistent invasion
Did Adolf Hitler Father a Son?
"Far as we know. Hitler never had any children however there was a rumor that he had an illegitimate son in france in nineteen eighteen jean-marie laurey was born in san quentin france. You never knew his father and his mother only told him that his father was german soldier in nineteen forty eight just before his mother's death. She told him that the german soldier in question was named hitler. The story was kept a secret but it was eventually leaked to the press in the early. Nineteen seventies hines. Linke was hitler's valet during the war in his memoirs. He noted quote hitler's belief that he had a son born in nineteen eighteen. As the result of relationship he had with the french girl as a soldier in world war one in northern france and belgium unquote. There is no hard evidence to prove this claim and no genetic testing has ever been done. Laura had nine children so they're still might be potential to do genetic testing in the
Bethesda is Sorry for Starfield Exclusivity
"Star field. Big space fearing rpg from edessa isn't coming to playstation rocks off confirmed as much in s e. Three thousand twenty one press conference this morning but does his pete hines addressed and even apologized for the exclusivity and a livestreamed interview with gamespot quote. I don't know how to lay the concerns of playstation five five fans other than to say. Well i'm playstation five player as well and i've played games on that console games. I'm going to continue to play on. It hines said he continued quote. I can really say. Is i apologize because i'm certain that it's i'm certain that that's frustrating folks. But there's not a whole lot. i can do about it and quote now. Now contrast that with remarks made by star field executive producer. Todd howard a wide ranging interview with the telegraph from earlier this week howard detailed why he thought star fields exclusivity was for the best quote. You don't ever want to leave people out right. Howard said he continued but at the end of the day. Your ability to focus in say this is the game i wanna make. These are the platforms. I wanna make it on and being able to really lean into the into those is going to make for a better product and quote howard further of the ways in which you can release. I party xbox games as one reason for why the the deal is a positive between xbox game pass which debuts first party games on launch day at no extra cost to subscribers and xbox is push toward cloud gaming. It's easier to get games into the hands of players quote their ability to play our games. doesn't go down. Howard said it goes up dramatically
"hines" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"That great improv best. Let's see if we can see this. Oh no you're not wrong. Oh that's horrible. that's how. I don't think anybody would even know what that's supposed to be. So is that rantings. It's supposed to go over your face to look like that's your face. 'cause that's what's the the artist name. It's not nader. Who yeah nagel or nagel. Thank you very big big eighties thick very minimalist kind of almost graphic comic book. Yeah i want to say what it is. And i know a lot about orcas. I watched a documentary once about a heist. Did you finish that. By the way we did finish it. cheryl you watched. This is a robbery. Oh years gonna watch that for your program. I think it's really good. Yeah it's good. Yeah yeah not going to get any more details. But i did enjoy it. I did very much enjoy it. All right listen. Cheryl hines has been our guests. She's got the way we didn't find out. What one point. My apologies guys. We gotta get the we got eight. Everybody's bet garin. What'd you bet. Six points garin bet six. I bet and i don't matter guys. I went twenty five this week. I bet you are you live. I felt i thought it was gonna be a motley crue home. So i got cocky and went to twenty five by the way i knew it was not find us from the three people that are actually betting for the five dollars. Let's start with you elliott. i went thirteen. Elliot went baker's dozen. Thirteen matt belknap seventeen. Seventeen elliott's out of the running. Cheryl hines what did you bet. Will you receiving five dollars. Twenty five horse. Why wouldn't you bet. Twenty five reason why i wouldn't i mean I will. I'll be sending you that five dollars. You're to run it over. Rogers over year assistant. There we go all right. Cheryl hines has been our guest now. I can ramp down. We've got the we got the numbers in the name of the program is teigen cheryl true story. They talk about documentaries. It sounds like they don't it. Sounds like two gals to get together and chit chat like a couple housewives. The nine hundred seventy Now i apologize for not knowing this you. Are you married to paul young. Are you married today to somebody new. I am to robert kennedy jr. bobby kitty junior. So bobby's uncle was. Jfk was john kennedy jfk. gio earlier. His dad was bobby. Kitty was robert. Kennedy yeah right. I didn't know that. Why did i not. It was just not at the forefront of my mind. And how long have you been married to this kennedy. And by the way safety i with this family and also have you not encountered arnold schwarzenegger more Well think something happened with that marriage a yeah but before that it was going it going well. She was once married to pull young. So so what we've been married. Maybe eight years okay. I think it. The arnold was a little bit before my time. Yeah So i'd ask you eliot stay out of heroes business. I guess that's i'll say it for it. Field any question all right. I don't have a single follow up on this so rattled that i made a jfk head getting blown off joke earlier. That feel horrible about it now. Now that he knows right he just want to have to be able to let them listen to this it. It is odd Day to day. it's not odd. You know once in a while if you're playing trivial pursuit or something and it's like oh you're it's like oh jfk. So yeah there are times when it's or There are so many movies and tv. Shows that reference. it out that you just. I don't know it's just so strange. Part of our culture yeah. I don't disagree with that. It's so strange that we don't know how to react to this. No i look. I admit i if people are wondering what what what happened to my face when you said that. I literally thought you were kidding. When she said you're married it's a funny rift. This is an improv. or no. no. It's where your meter rob junior. Where do you you know it's interesting. I met him because he in larry or good friends. And and bobby had an organization or still does a called the waterkeeper alliance where they protect water. Sources and waterways. And i went with larry to a fundraiser years ago years ago years and that's where i met him for the first time which great. Now you guys you're married and in love i- sooner love my business. It's it's it is sort of a crazy it is. This information is ruined all of us so it was just a weird way to end.
"hines" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"But what i'm saying. Is that the. Gator is open to your chest so it has to be protected for that whole air space to me. It's like tight enough. That i know it's tight. It's tight around the neck neko's tied to the neck turtleneck shirt zucca. Joe the son of a bitch. It sounds uncomfortable it is. I don't disagree with a lot of air circulating around that the the first week of the of the lockdown i had one of the just happened to have one of those that i got up soccer game or something that they were handing out and so i was using that as my mask and it was not comfortable it pushed my nose and it was right up against my mouth which was uncomfortable. I would just wear all the time. Yeah have it on you golfing or something like that and then you have it there and then you know people then you bring it up right which i would say if we're all vaccinated and if you still want to use it now it'd be a good time to use the gator and except for this sociation with some some Parts of our society. I think it's a better looking solution than your typical mask right. Just objective perspective. It looks more it looks cooler. I mean it looks like it has a less late military tactical swat team vibe do. I'm not sure it's great. But i agree. But if i have a sports team on their or a an eighty s band yeah sure you know. I got my grand gator. Great good great. If you could find a duran duran brothers give what if if you find one with duran duran on it then by that. I don't think that exists. We're gonna have an answer within seconds familiar. Hope for the way. He looks like he's typing garin woke up to realize. Oh i probably should be doing part of my job. I was going to come to elliot's defense before he throws the bus. Whatever he's looking up throwing they have both a tighter version of the gator and loose chief. Could i wear a dickey. Your over your thank. Thank you other than you look like an asshole. There's there's that aspect was. It was a christmas vacation with randy. Quaid wore the dickie underneath the white sweater. And you could see the dickie underneath it. Very funny he seems to be a sharp guy. These days randy quaid so Checking with a lot of stuff on me on twitter for a very short period of rain equate following you on twitter. Yeah wow i think. It's when he first started swinging crazy. He said something that i was like. Oh shit that's really before he was nuts like like. Oh this is great. And i re tweeted it and i was like this. Maybe it was something funny. I know but then he followed me immediately. Mike okay cool and then he would fucking nuts like the next day like no. I don't even know what his brand is. He's kind of gone q. Spiracy theory nuts right wing. Conspiracy theory knows his character from independence. Day just turn into that dude. Yeah that alien do like crazy government better than any of us. You got other guest stars rolling through that set of yours at older i get. I'm going to settle into one of them and just think with it and that's the best thing to do. Stick stay in your lane. That's what they say. I see you see you buckle after courtroom. I did a quick search on duran duran navigators. You don't want any of these. You just imagine duran. Duran album cover stretched ungainly fabric. There's one that has the lady from that one album cover and new for some reason the way. That design is showing here. It's like she's got seven chins. It's none of it is good. It's not good. I'm just the name of the album is the other seven and the ragged tiger. Do you think that plays into this at all. I mean maybe it's still doesn't make it attractive woman you're talking about. If i'm not mistaken. I think her name is rio. Yes she dances on the sand. That's makes me feel alive alive alive if i may make this joke. She hasn't been dancing in the sand for quite some time. By the way this design plays out. I'm gonna say that it's not a great. can gator. lots of fold. Let me see hers. Some of that great improv best. Let's see if we can see this. Oh no you're.
"hines" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"And again that was the shorter turns out. It's taken me literally an entire month to figure this out. I have two versions of the song on my ipad. they are both the long version. Th there's i don't know how that happened. But i i thought i had mislabeled them but i i switched the labels last time because i- excellent play the long when they're both long. I don't know what like if i start this one. Yeah they're both forty-seven seconds long. It's way too long. You know what i i i love it. I think it's a great. I love it right. Cheryl i love it and we did do the. Bg's on taking story which was really fun. That's a good one i Did you get a chance to have berry gibbon now. Yeah i sent a. I sent an email to his publicist to get berry. Give on this program. And let me see if i got a response. Let me see if i got an answer back from him. He did do one podcast. I know of About about that documentary was Rick rubin he was on rick rubin's padres talk music sense. Yeah so like the beaches. I saw them in concert as a group. And i've seen very as a solo artist. I uh i enjoy the legendary love are here we go. Your topic is is home. Sweet home home sweet home. So you're betting between one and twenty five shift. Gary what am i. what can i use. You can use to three five twelve fifteen sixteen nineteen twenty twenty four twenty five. All right got it. Thank you help. Pleasure all right. Everybody waiting on matt belknap to get a bit. And then i will read the question. I think we'll take a break and then we'll come back and get these answers and then Latro go onto a show business booking ticket a truck or tell your assistant to do it has show. I don't know how much i i'm curious to hear that the assistant to do that vacuuming your self. You have handlers. Let them do it. I'm so angry. Everybody's here's your question. If your home has a well manicured perfectly cut short grass lawn in the front yard and an unkept one in the backyard it is referred to as what hint it shares a name with another well known grooming word if your home is a well manicured perfectly cut short grass lawn in the front yard and kept one in the backyard is referred to as what i have. A guess hidden also take name with another well-known grooming word full disclosure. I cannot think of grooming word. This could go a few ways. That's that's that's one that. I don't think anyone's going to just know that there was a pure guessing situation. I don't although The way that elliott stirring right directly into his cameron creepy psychotic way tells me that maybe he doesn't know the answer to this. I do not do not have a true knowledge of the answer. But i feel very comfortable with my selection. I see i like my bet. My guess is the same as august. That's what i'm going to say. Yeah i feel. I feel that is also. My guess is the same as you guys. Okay you think so you lose. Three of us have the exact same guests. I would like to even see if maybe we'd add garin to this group guarantees. Are you thinking what we're thinking. I had an immediate guess. I have gone with a different answer. Oh okay oh that's interesting. 'cause i have two guesses the one that i'm just you know that i'm going to commit to and then the one that if it's not right i think it's that one. Okay all right all right. Let's take a break. Cheryl hines is here. She's taking time away from doing your podcast a true story. Also curb your enthusiasm comeback at some point but we'll get to the answers for trivia question and more rochereau.
"hines" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Later we go with the show. Hey the election happen as we're well aware of what happens Well that's and. When did you move to los angeles. Because i think we may have moved right around the same time. I'm gonna guess you move your mid nineties. Yeah that's right that's right. Oh that's so interesting we from where did you move the struggle area the south suburbs of chicago. Where if you want to say everybody. There is a close mighty rates person. I will not be as defensive about them. And i recognize. It's not everybody. But i'll go along with your premise that it is everybody i listen they you know there are a lot of people out there that think a lot of different things and then there's also a reason why you know there's also a reason why places like florida get a weird reputation because weird frigate shit happens in florida. It doesn't know we talked about. It was before on the show where the police records are public as opposed to other states. Where they're not so crazy stuff could be happening everywhere. It just at florida we. You have access to those records that you don't have for an iowa. Maybe that's interesting. I didn't know that. I believe the case right. Didn't we discover that. That's what i read somewhere. And i've i've i've latched onto that concept without doing any further research right exactly. How does that make sense. I'm good now. It sounds like so there's media. There's some very florida specific stuff that happened. So you're like okay. The gators causing gators flamingo fights under you. Grew up there. You know that you'd pay your little cover charge you with somebody's basement. Watch the fights so he did on a saturday night. Sure got much. did you lose cheryl. I probably lost fifty two hundred dollars now for a young lady. That's a lot of money to lose though isn't it. That's a lot of money and that was over many fights so that wasn't just one out ten years of fights you want to go for a decade to fight so that bad actually yes. Five hundred dollars ear win a lot. You love it. You love to see those feathers. Fly your big fan of it. They do do some asshole. That does that right. That makes two flamingos. Fight each other at cage somewhere. Would they fight. I mean i don't know what would you do with your next. What would they do would just be like you know. Build a bill like sweet like all standing on one leg. Oh hi charlie. I do you like you. I like you very sweet. He's going to disagree with you. I'm i looked it up really quickly. They do go beak to beak quite each others butts. That's rude but it's a it's a lot of Of eyeballing each other from what. I'm seeing right now too passive aggressive fighting with flamengo here down. Larry david staredown sure what ends up happening is when they fight that actually makes that heart because they're going like this they're going. They're going like this you guys. I gotta start racing flamingos. I know all about the flamingo. Wow that was impressive. I wanted this a true story. I to a flamenco dancer. That raised fleming. What do you think of that mine. That's too much believe you don't care you don't care for that kind of wordplay permanent. Throw it out there. You throw it out and see what happens. Now cheryl my son thirteen year old oliver griffin pardo is a. He loves your program. He loves the curb your enthusiasm. He's crazy about it. Isn't that funny. This new generation and it's interesting that curb kind of spans some generations quilt spin on for. You did the movie in nineteen ninety nine. I want to say right. Yeah yeah george. Yeah so it started out as just a one hour special and now as in one thousand nine hundred nine one t two years later. You're that guy still can't sweater correctly and he gets by people still. He doesn't know to put money into a meter. Somebody gets upset about it. He still has ringing true with people. They feel his his pain. We'd love it. The whole family loves it and listen. I don't want to dwell on curb your enthusiasm. Carried talented person is defined by one role. But when is that. Is it coming back to richard. Lewis will occasionally tweet out. You know me. And we're going to go head to head and season forty seven or whatever he does and then he shows up on the set and i know he's mouth is using the best but we just finished shooting season eleven. So an richard did. He came in and shot which was great. Because yeah he's been He's been having some issues so he was really happy to be be shooting and i. I don't know it will air. I mean i'm certainly not going to announce it here. Because i don't have that kind of authority but also because i don't know but i would imagine in the fall all right. We'll look forward to watching that Hbo max sponsored. What had a follow up about that. But i forget what it is now military show then the only way to end this of. I can't think of what my follow up was. There's no sense of talk about anything else done need to go on. But what like you were saying. When curb started it was It was just a one hour special and then and then it turned into a series. So it it you know and you know this as an actor. Usually you were for series. You're going through all these this whole audition process with testing and you test for the network and you test for the studio and people are watching you and you're making your deal before you walk it and you know it's a high stress situation and when i win for curb it was really just larry and jeff and bob widely i was directing and and that was it and we just improvised and then they called me later that day and said that i got the part that yeah it was amazing and then And then while they were before it even aired. Hbo was interested in turning it into a series. So was one of those magical things and here again. Twenty two years later and you adjust you buy a calendar having moved here in the mid ninety s getting a gig and ninety nine you basically just moved here and.
"hines" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Safer better. Florida and shake hands. Go down there. They seem like good people. I where my proud boys t shirt. So i fit in. It'll be great not everybody. Everybody shirley wars sensitive. You're about my my mistake. My home state were part. Of what part of florida are you from. Well as board miami beach. And then i grew up in tallahassee. Really and then i. I i went to school at university of central florida and central florida in orlando so i was really the whole thing. The whole circuit state major in the theater. Well i started out as at the cia major and then i had to change it because i had to pay by. I had to pay my way through school. I had to work the whole time to pay my own tuition and as a theater major you had to be in their productions at night and i couldn't do it because i had to waitress so i had to i minored it and i majored in television production. So it actually worked out for me. 'cause i'm glad i had to switch it. I wouldn't have at the time. But i was good for me because i you know i learned how to light. And edit although editing is not the same as it was in nineteen o to everything's changed but But it was good. It was really good experience for me. If i may ask a question about your editing. Yep do you remember what you were taught editing on. Do you remember was called by any chance avid. Okay very good but honestly listen. This is humiliating. But i'm going to say it. I also because it was also radio so we had to. We had the reels. And then you had to have the you know you would actually splice the two together and then you would have the little tape and then you would have to do. Yeah that's how we would edit Could you imagine if that's how we do it with podcasting astros. Six months later we go with the show. Hey the election happen as.
"hines" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Your lawn easier than you could ever imagine. If these two dolts could do it dull to get the right word i. I don't know if. I want that word here but don't want to. You're what i wanted to say was dunces. And then i was trying to There was two words in my head. I don't even with the second one was but delta came out and it works. Luckily yeah anyway. Sunday makes it easy. They got a great the analyze. Your lawn you go out back your front dig up a little bit your soil descendant in they then tell you what is the best way to handle for your lawn stuff that my dad seemed just no because he was a man. Well i i grew up on a farm and so just grew or didn't grow and there really wasn't Any talk of how to make it. I mean i guess. My parents sort of focused on. Could we grow some vegetables. But they didn't care about lawns per se. They were damaged just like there was a lot of green all over the place and it was a bit unruly and We just let it be so there was never an intentional effort to make things look a certain way. I don't think i see whereas my dad and my stepfather for that matter. They was as it is for me. It's important that my lawn looks nice. I own a of property and so sunday helps again. Somebody like me. Who doesn't know how doesn't have that in his bones like my dad and step father. Had i need the help of sunday. And they've got great. Add ons like weed control. Which i bought as well and it works very very well and listen. I'm going to say this. I pulled up my house yesterday. I went out for a few errands. I came back while i was gone. The gardeners were there and again. We're not rich people. That's just how los angeles works and the lawn has never looked better. Oh my god. Bright green using the sunday products bright green. The weeds are gone. It just it looks wonderful. Nice that's all you know it's it's it's not using a bunch of crazy chemicals either so it's good for good for the earth. Good for your family. You know your kids can roll around on it and you don't have to feel weird about what they're rolling in you know what. I'm looking forward to going out there. The fourth of july and laying in that lawn watching the and now. I can because what you said. Now listen. here's how easy it is. I just went to get sunday dot com. I put.
"hines" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"There's got meditate. there's an earthquake. Capping elliott jumping around his cameras bouncing. You're right dude. yeah i was. I'm trying. I'm trying to have my posture right and my head is a little tall and i thought i could fix that with digital prepare and i didn't work didn't work and instead salting. Yeah so like. I mentioned this on the last german. I'll say it here so just in case anyone thinking about going. You have to make reservations to get food like you have to do it in the app ahead of time And then just pick it up. It's all contactless which is great. It's smart that they're doing that but what that the situation is that You can't other than there's a few popcorn carts and chiro carts most but most of the food even food that you would think was a snack you have to order in the app and it usually is like you have to do it like an hour or two ahead of when you want it which is which does take the fun out of just grabbing Some mickey benny as like i was saying yesterday like i. We really wanted this. Mickey benes we didn't. We weren't able to get them just a spontaneously when we wanted them. So we had like plan ahead for venues which is weird but and no mickey pretzels. I i love the mickey pretzel. I don't know if you guys are You know those used to be everywhere for some reason none that they have the popcorn and they have the euros they just don't have the pretzels. And that was a bummer. But the pretzel seems like a pretty What what could be easier. Yeah right like and during this time like you. Don't you don't really share a pretzel more so than popcorn. Even i would say one hundred percent agree with you but the but the thing that the more important aspect is not the ordering part. It's the part that you have to go to a designated sit down eating area to eat any snack and those seats are at a premium like you. People like you have to wait like because again. All the restaurants are closed. So that push everybody out onto these outdoor areas and and then also no one can be eating just walking along they ought to be sitting there. So you uganda. Us with a situation where You're you're like ordering the food you then when you go to pick up the food you okay. Let's take out like where can we sit. And then you know it's a scramble to try to grab a table when one opens up. So that's that's a little bit annoying but you know they're making the best of the situation and i would say that they're ninety percent doing a great job and there's just that one that that part of it sucks but that's probably gonna change within a month anyway because i think california june fifteenth right. I'm elliott yeah. I i i don't know if you saw this. Garin just raised his hand. He might have something to add to this conversation. Have breaking news breaking news disney breaking news old. All here we go. We'd like to hear it okay. With the is the addition. There's only one place you can get a mickey in disneyland currently a whereas april thirtieth whereas a tier lead. There's a popcorn cart in in frontier. Land is the only place you can currently get a disneyland needle. Keep going i tell you. We looked everywhere. It was ridiculous how much we look for that all and actually some. We visit this. Actually it was funny. This maybe the biggest breach of protocol that we saw was when we were in california venture we were on the pixar peer and we saw this family and they were carrying these giant pretzels. They were not mickey pretzels but they were big soft pretzels. What we wanted. Basically and i was like. Oh where'd you get those pretzels and this woman pulls her mass down and leans in and goes. Oh i think we got him over by the vineyard. Why why are you pulling it down to yell at my face. That is an exact opposite of senior supposed to be doing like foot down when you're not talking and not near someone's face but it was so strange and then she was like i don't know the name of it honey. What's the name and her husband's just without taking his eyes off of his phone goes. I don't know are the biggest like i. Don't give a fuck about you or your needs. I don't like my wife. Therefore i don't give a shit about my family let alone what you're fucking issue is. Just get out of here with your pretzel question but But by then we were about to have dinner so we were like well. Not gonna pretzel now but yeah they someone did say i feel like someone was like. Oh yeah i think they have at disneyland where we looked at every card. I thought we looked at every card. But i've just been sold. There's an area the frontier land. You can get one of the next time you go. I miss cross from big thunder mountain railroad. Okay so that that. That's the that's the place that has the turkey leg and the the chongo's or whatever and i didn't. I didn't see a pretzel there. But i wasn't admitted i wasn't looking that closely All right well listen. Cheryl hines is the waiting room. Let's take a we'll come back. Get your hines joining us Part of the misfit toys comedy co up with their new podcast with the tig notaro. And we'll talk about that. I'm sure curb is gonna go up at some point. Also oliver's trivia question will do all that and more right after this. Hey guys you know that. Always look clean shop over here. It never not funny. And that's where my friends at ziprecruiter handy when the time is right. Maybe you're looking to hire a civil engineer. New york maybe you need.
"hines" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Ninety six across the nation around the world everybody was wing-chung for christmas. Weren't they match. Where i was working at the warehouse records in pasadena california on on on christmas day i was working at the. I wonder if you sold any copies of that. I would imagine we did. I'm trying to think of the guy's name. There was a guy named steve. Not christmas thanksgiving thanksgiving. When i spent it with corey haim and his family that was That was thanksgiving of eighty-six christmas eighty six. Got him stephen. I had The saddest baxter. Christmas ever we. The the record store was open. We were in. The warehouse was up three hundred sixty five days a year. And but i believe we closed early and then he and i went to some restaurant had christmas dinner. And i wanna say it was the saddest loneliest bachelor. Dinner river sky steve. I don't know i. I couldn't even pose last name right now for a million dollars. Mandel mandel steve. Mendacity mandel steve. Mandel maybe was at steve perry jesus christ but if it was if it was steve. Perry be weird that you didn't realize your hero was working all the time. It was just some guy who just got him. Steve that had long haired opponent work to the record store on christmas. Good for him. He showed up given false a lot of people. Call them that morning. Accidentally they they got sick the night before christmas day. Don't call in sick. Never drew. I was the assistant manager. Steve was the other one there were three of was one store manager. And then i want to say three or four assistant managers. Who did you know. There was such a busy store. The manager was kind of a figurehead. And then the assistant managers did all the you know you were the manager for your shift. basically and it was run was interesting. How fucking busy. That was that store the craziness to think that they don't even exist anymore. Like you go best buy in. The music is on an end. Cap that People are even even. That's in the way of what people are trying to get to know. Nobody's stopping to look at the twenty two cds that they have. They're doing that with blu. Rays and stuff to jetro shrunk down to. It's it's sad. It's it's sad to be for someone like me. It's sad. I guess. I think it is too because they're still the fun of looking at the even. If you're not looking to buy that day they're still but when you go to best buy because we just recently got a new tv. And i was looking at you while we bought it online because it was easier to have it delivered its own and so forth when you see them trying to fill the space that once occupied wants were four aisles of music and may maybe even six navy the blu ray and dvd at all all of that like all of a sudden the the washing machines or ticket up a little more room and they're spaced out a little bit more than they used to be and it they're using two of them as storage right in the middle of the of the store like see boxes piled up and it's weird too and But at least at least open your stop place to go and get any of that stuff you hard pressed to find a sporting goods store without having to drive twenty miles. Yeah and so that's That's the retail report for today. Boy this is now man. We talked about this before. I ask my question. Do you wanna thank everybody. That joined us for the monthly. Hang out that we do a much of your level two or three of the platinum level. Be the that joins us history. A nice time also like to join me for my flapper show friday night. That was a good time. The numbers are shrinking. A little bit as i feared with things opening up in some are coming but stolen. Is turnout very grateful for anybody. Takes time that wants to spend any time with me was a great show. I mean i. I always hasn't use the word show on those things. Because i'm just sitting at my desk and hopefully being entertaining and funny and so on but it still feels like i didn't even put on a sport coat for friday night usually put on a little sport coat because it's showtime but do not for friday and good thing too 'cause it was very hot and you're very very very very warm and my with all The sun is hitting it a place for seven o'clock where it is not helpful to what i'm doing here so i have to use nothing but ring lights and all those lights are very very warm after a while you have air conditioning went you turn it on because it's not hot and anywhere else in the house and so if i put air conditioning i got two people that i would be very uncomfortable. Crockett window as all. That's what i say to myself can window you high. Nc a sweater you fucking babies. That didn't get underneath the blanket. Jags saito but anyway. Thank you know all the people. We got another one coming up in june. I think there's one scheduled in july for the flapper show. As i've said over and over we'll see how things progress as things open up and flappers pivots back to their actual businesses. And we'll see how that affects play as time goes on. But not what. I was going to ask. You is in the livestream. You mentioned that you went to disneyland on saturday and lots of follow up questions on that. But we didn't get to because i knew we were talking about here today. You got there at eight fifty nine lead in you. Got to that rope they lead. They finally dropped that rope. You get in there. You see mickey you see donald sie. Everybody didn't even see the rope by the time we got to where the rope would be. That was had already happened. Down rope was down so what ended always telling danielle and oliver about this yesterday after you pass along.
Philadelphia Eagles agree to terms with RB Jordan Howard
"Philadelphia signed jordan howard and they resigned boston scott last week and the bengals awesome good. That's just that's okay. If i will stay with the bengals released giovanni bravo. Go to the eagles this matter. We're just glossing way where we're just going to gloss over geelong we'll come back to that start with the eagles does. Does this matter. Jordan howard and boston scott back and again. The boss scott was not a surprise. They tendered leave so they did. We knew he was coming back. But now jordan howard joining the fold does this matter for miles sanders. Obviously scott matters more. I wonder if he'll become their version. Of nahim hines. And kinda sorta was already and jordan. Our coming back i. I'm not sure why. I don't know what they saw. In jordan howard. When he was in miami that makes them want to put him on the roster that maybe the roster spot is in guaranteed that would probably be the case We'll see it's not gonna make me any more nervous to draft miles sanders still think sanders worth a top thirty pack
Google Brings Hope With Viral COVID-19 Vaccine Ad
"Hines is here to help me. I talk about a new google advertisement that has begun running on television including during this past weekend's men's vital four morgan wives. This ad getting so much. Buzz senate video which is just a minute. Long chronicle search terms throughout the covid nineteen pandemic and illustrates how those terms might be changing as we see vaccines becoming more available. And as a result we see the world starting to get back to normal. So the ad starts with a litany of search terms from earlier on the pandemic including corentin social distancing lockdown at one point it's switches to french and says restrictions devoy is and then as it progresses we see the term sweatpants transform to just pants and the scheduled virtual happy hour change to just happy hour with the calendar notice. And then something you know like a google maps theater. Location will change from temporarily close to open. The music just starts to become more upi before we land on a final set of keystroke that spells out of covid vaccine near me so there are terms that are involved other than those but the gist. Is that the odd is centered on the hope that the vaccine brings well. That sounds pretty cool. And it's gotten a lot of us. He was up. It's been up for a week or so but people really caught onto it when it got on. Tv this past weekend right. Yeah that's correct and by one pm. Eastern monday had had more than seven million views and the response is pretty strong. And i can't say it's been any different for me after watching it. You know after living in a year of a pandemic to remain meal emotional and a minute can do a lot more than you think so. I checked it out on twitter and plenty of people were sharing and responding to the ad one user when sharing link said that they were seeing a light at the end of the tunnel another said the internet giant kind of nailed it and this is what we all want to hug each other to celebrate to cheer. That's not the exact quote pretty much what they were
Heinz Has Struck Again With the Hanch Sauce
"I'm going to tell you the name of the product and you tell me what it is made of. Okay okay go hand in hand so enhanced so obvious anche so so helman's mayonnaise. Nope okay hinch. Why would high society hines duh. Heinz ketchup and and ranch dressing or catch. It doesn't start an h. So time so it's obviously catch. No catch doesn't start with an age. But hines catch it. Does you just saying hi hi. Is it heinz. Brandt h h is food mayo. Tarred is mustard. Mustard right. it's too. It's too foods no company name in there. Hey she's a food. Inch hines no family feud you get yup yup yup hot dogs. No it's gotta be liquid is going to be so hot sauce. Yes hot sauce picante and ranches hands.
"hines" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
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Hebrew At American Jewish Summer Camps With Sharon Avni, Sarah Bunin Benor, And Jonathan Krasner
"Hi sharon hi sarah. Hi jonathan welcome to the podcast. I'm so excited to be able to talk to you guys about this book. Hi jason i'm sarah buchanan. Nor thanks so much for having us. Hines the sharon me. It's really nice to be a part of this. And i'm jonathan crasner. Thank you guys so much. It's such an interesting book. Such a fascinating topic very specific topic. But it's one more. I think there's a lot of really interesting directions in which we can take it. You know talking about jewish camping talking about jewish languages talking about american jewish life. American jewish culture. Kind of broadly speaking. I think that that it might be really useful to actually start out where the book starts the hebrew spoken at jewish camps in the us. What you call cap. Hebrew english is not the same as vernacular hebrew which is spoken in modern day israel. So do you guys. Have you wanna comment about what this idea means to you. Is this language. And why is it important. In terms of understanding the dynamics of jewish culture jewish education and so on we went into camps and we started to hear and see the hebrew that was being used. We recognized immediately that it wasn't hebrew spoken in israel and that it was really a variety of language that was drawing from lots of different sources this variety however look these cam is really drawing for all sorts of histories and experiences and one of the things that we tried to tune in. The book was to trace these histories of cow. Hebrew found its way into american jewish camping. How it changed over time. Both in relation to the american jewish community was happening in the united states. Obviously with the establishment of state of israel. How the american. Jewish community reacted responded with its own relationship with hebrew and then bringing it into the modern times of what's happening today and so when you look at it across the trajectory we can see that this variety of this language really has a very specific meaning within the camp context in has rich cultural meaning for american cheats. I see cap hebrew in three whiz. I see at first and foremost as an insider language. These is a language that is understandable. Only people that are in the group. It's something that they share in common. It's a community building exercise if you will the creation and the dissemination of this language second is jewish language inspired by and it is definitely located with in a jewish context and third. It's zionist language. The decision to have a heavy iced english as opposed to. Yiddish is english or a latino english. That was a specific decision. It was a very conscious decision that was made early on. If you go back and you look at the early history of these camps and how this language was created the people who were invested in the creation of this language were zionists and they were looking to the project in palestine and inspired by it when they started speaking hebrew it now the listeners might be wondering what we're talking about when we're talking about camp. Henry is english. So i guess i should give an example in some camps you might have just jewish life words like they might say after beer cut. We're going to go straight to own egg. And those are words that you would hear outside of camp. In many jewish communal settings but many camps that are more to the right of the on the continuum of hebrew richness would have sentences that have a lot more hebrew words in them so they might say something like honey theme and module him go to the tach run for a lot era of now that has so many hebrew words that it really wouldn't be comprehensible to somebody who didn't go to a jewish summer camp that has a lot of hebrew words but note that it's still an english sentence in that the grammar and the function words are english right. They wouldn't use a full hebrew sentence at most camps and then even farther to the right on that continuum of hebrew richness. You have camps that do all of their announcements in hebrew and in some cases this is a hebrew that is mostly set phrases so they might just say something like guess share a mirage cadore saul Salim live bait knesset right so that they would be saying the name of a group and the place where they're supposed to go and people listening to that would just have to listen for the name of their group and the police. They're supposed to go. But then some camps have much more complex sentences in hebrew in their announcements and in other camp public language.
Washington DC police shoot, arrest man in assault on an officer while armed
"After they say he came it officers with a knife. It began when officers noticed a man in the roadway in Northeast D. C on New York Avenue, D c. Police say When 33 year old Michael Hines of Southeast refused commands to put the knife down the officer, one of them opened fire. Mind was taken to the hospital but is expected to be okay. He's been charged with assaulting a police officer while armed with a knife. The officer who opened fire is on administrative leave as the shooting is investigated. The infant mortality rate
Who is Merrick Garland? What to know about the longtime judge and Attorney General nominee
"Hearings. Hard on one day for President Biden's choice for attorney general of Corrine Appeals judge once nominated to the U. S. Supreme Court by then President Obama, who did not even get a Senate hearing. Then with a preview. CBS is clear. Hines Judge Merrick Garland will set before the Senate Judiciary Committee for his confirmation hearing for the position of attorney general on Monday. In his statement, he called the insurrection at the nation's Capitol, a quote heinous attack. And commits to overseeing the prosecution of white supremacists who took part in the assault on January 6. In an
Podcasting IS Branding with Chris Hines
"So i want to hear what what you love about podcasting and when i say that i say it because i think for me i had to use my voice to find it and i. I like to say that. Because until when i started i didn't i was like i just need to. I wanted my reputation but in like talking about things and force myself to use my voice. I kind of found. There's this trend. Like i keep talking about these things because when you get out of your head and you're just you're forced to talk every week you start to come up with. This is what. I'm kind of pissed off about today. This is what i'm talking about. There's a trend and so by using it. I kind of found like what i want to be passionate about before you like when you started to get into podcasting or even just now like what is it about podcasting. That is really you up and made you kind of focus on that. I've always had a strong opinion. And i've never really been afraid to speak my mind like public. Speaking never frightened me. I can't remember one distinct moment in high school. It was kinda one of those lazy days where the class wasn't doing anything. And i i just went to the first class and i just started talking to everybody and asking people questions and it was like open forum where we will just have it as mass discussion. It was about basketball. But i was standing in front of the class talking to everybody. We're argued about sports. My professor is like easier going to be a comedian republic speaker. And i was like oh of non much to do that so i can't ignore it later on in college. Isos forced to take a public speaking class. And at the time. I still was speaking publicly yet but i wanted me take discourse and actually did it and i attended and everything and i loved it and has been one of the best things ever so they got me so deep into podcasting is it's a way arcane consistently like you say use my voice in share my thoughts opinions on different things. It's just it's freedom for me. This is frida. I love it. I could not imagine life without it now. You have a show called the personal branding. Playbook it's one of your shows you of a few and in that show you talk about building personal brands podcasting and more one of the episodes you talked about. Why podcasting is the future. And i want to be fully biased. 'cause i always hold my whole my punches back mike. Well you could also do a youtube. You can also do a blog for me. Podcasting is what's right. Let's talk about that a little bit like. Why is podcast future. Because i want to convince some people today to just get off their butts and like try man now is the time i keep trying to tell people time because five years ago when i started podcasting people looked at me crazy. My family literally asked me. Why are you talking to yourself in a closet awesome. It was crazy years ago. now it's mainstream. everybody either has a show or they know somebody with what so. Now's the perfect time to start with. Because they are so popular right so the main reason. Why park has it gives. A future is because of the networking aspect. This is probably the most underrated feature of hosting a show. When you're host of apart as you don't always have to do interviews. In fact i advise you don't always interviews but you get to connect with some amazing people and they teach you so much like i've learned a lot from having conversations with people there. Were all my show. We built amazing relationships and in those same people some of them come back on my show again like bestselling authors like millionaires they. I've learned so much from these people. It's like my own masterclass like so the networking aspect is like the top for me. Yeah i think it's the same for me. And it wasn't what i thought when i went into it when i went into it i was like i want to this so that i can create content and so that i can become known for something and i was like what when i started interviewing people in fact when i started show it was a solo show and thirty episodes only solo show but i got coaching. 'cause i was like i love podcasting but i want to do it. That guy so. I found someone that was doing it well. And it turned out that like adding interviews changed everything for me because the networking it opened up doors and now and i introduced myself to people that i really said of being a fan boy and saying hey i love what you do. Love your book and i can be like. Hey i actually like to get into your book and ask you some questions that got you know to really dive deeper on something and they love that and i love all. They love it authors. Love it because it's like you first of all you bought my book. I appreciate that. Oh you wanna talk to me of book. Oh for sure like very rarely. Do i reach out for an interview and a person is like no. I don't wanna do that like it's very tell people all the time like the best part of the is you get to network and then everybody you wanna talk to wants to talk to you now. You will have a few. that are like busy. Maybe later this year but most of them are going to say yes. It's very rare that they're like nah. I don't wanna talk to you at all. That's very rare. I'm curious about your opinion on getting people started. And how you get them to go. And then i'll give you mine. But how do you get people started. What's like your path step one-two-three if you had to give someone a sequence to follow to be. Oh may step one is to have a goal for your show to many podcasts star with no go there just like i kinda wanna to sponsor i would like to sellable or i just want host. Show wanna talk. Whatever your decision is. That's fine but you have to have one goal. Step two is to have a theme for your show because if you just talking about everything and it's which is up every week i'm not subscribing. I'm pretty sure every park has listeners. Like this you have certain shows that are for entertainment for a certain type entertainment. You have go shows that you go to for news. Maybe have educational shows. So you have to figure out what you're famous for show and number three is to really have a direction like are you gonna do. Seasons isn't going to be solo. The it up a bit a what's your style of producing your show so the first stages for me. It's always planning like plan i am. I forgot how the saying goes. Who said it. What is it a sharpened a knife for ninety nine times and cut once measure nine times and cut once there. It is so it's the same day Exactly i think my my stepdad. You say measure twice. Cut once so that you don't like yeah you can mess up the would you don't want you cut it right. You've got it wrong your script. I love that now. I'd say the same thing. Honestly when i get people on a call i offer you know by talking for twenty minutes for free. It's no problem. I can't teach you how to watch a whole show but at twenty minutes. I bet you will get you in the vicinity of what the show is going to be about. Because if i asked you just a few questions you are the one who knows not just your the realm you know the the category you wanna be in but you typically know what it is. It makes you different. You just haven't said it out loud enough times for to for you to hear yourself. So i think if i can give people there to where they have a sense of. This is what i want to talk about. Then the fires lit up inside of them. And if you can get the show somewhat named even then like then it's their baby and like they're off to the races and then from there like don't worry about the people getting it done better than than perfect and i'm like i have mixed feelings about that but for me. I'm more like getting it done to where you've recorded something and not distributed it not putting. It tunes that literally just record some things a couple episodes solo interview. Whatever records some things. You can get a sense of what this could be for you if i can get you there and just tell you. Those couple of things might help you with that. Then i think you're golden and once you've experienced it then you'll have the passion to want to learn the things that are harder usually stop people though. Yeah yeah man. Because you know it's funny coming from the basketball world it's normalized for athletes and players to invest in himself to get better like that's a normal thing. If i'm telling you i'm working on going to the olympics are higher three trainers and i have a nutritionist. You will look at me crazy and say oh. That's good do well but podcasters don't have this approach to podcasting yet. It is worrisome to me because the industry is becoming bigger and bigger and bigger and more money being poured into it. But if you're not a podcast you can't see any of those benefits is not gonna work so you have to invest in yourself as a host to get better at your craft like you wanna learn how to interview and be a great interview. You have to learn that you don't just wake up one day and you're amazing at it because you wished it on night. It doesn't work like that. So i think we need to make it normal for people to invest in themselves to become a better park.
Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones review – a murderous Who-dunnit comes alive
"The recent. You know kind of low budget animation. That they've been doing the more cost effective animation. I should say and thankfully we it was released in twenty twenty and finally have a complete story so this is one of the things on my to do list that i wanted to get to as soon as possible when i was making the new schedule. So this story written by david ellis and now the hulk or zydeco the incredible malcolm hulk who wrote a bunch of notable stories from the patrick troughton in jon pertwee eras including will. Hey the war games. Patrick crowds final story the celerion. The first appearance of this larry ins ambassadors of death which was really cool story that we talked about here it also the seat devils a fun story with the master that we haven't talked yet so that's one of those that hopefully we'll get to at some point here on next up. This was directed by jerry mill. This was the eighth serial of doctor who season four nineteen sixty seven starring. Patrick troughton as second doctor. Unida wills as poly right. Michael craze as been jackson in. This is betty polly's last story by the way. And frazer hines as jimmy mcrae. Mid who at the end of the story gets a promotion to main companion after benn polly Exit the tartus closing out the way of heart once and for all so jesse. I know that this is probably your first time watching the story. I'm guessing david your thoughts about it. So i yeah and i'm gonna have a couple of questions we'll get you that i assume you're going to cover in trivia but just in case you want yeah So i settled down to watch this Linda was out of. Linda was spending the night with her sister. Kaya in a many birthday celebration. And so i watched the first dealer yes. I watched the first three on friday. Night and i watched the remaining three on saturday And i enjoy the. I enjoy the last three a lot more than i did. The first three now. I think part of that may have been. I was a little tired. It was today but also think the first three were a lot of setup. Yeah in once the next three you got really a lot of the story and was really well done so overall. I'm pretty happy with this one. I'm glad we got to see it. Yeah and And i'm looking forward to talking to you about it but my question is In you've probably covered this before. But i have slept since then. Why was so much of patrick. Totten's episodes lost and specifically about this. Well there was a purge by the bbc to essentially make space as i understand it and in the process they junked a bunch of old doctor. Who's they didn't think they needed them anymore. In their infinite stupidity and a lot of them were were episodes. From the william heart. Oh and patron eras you know there was in levin and some others that had managed to recover some of those over time because this was believed in the seventies and since then you know there's been a lot of effort by fans to try and recover episodes which have either been somehow scattered to the winds across the entire globe and or just play lost in this story. They'd only managed to recover episodes one in three. That are returned to the bbc archives. Because hey now they want to keep them a what. I what i find interesting. Charles is the seventies relatively speaking. I mean i love. Lucy had been in syndication. So you think people would have realized the Cordao yet and the importance and also. I know that they talked about that. Many of the early tonight show episodes back with johnny carson. The same thing they just re. They didn't keep them. They did because they didn't think they're reporting. And i remember years ago. I talked to someone and he was british. And he's like yeah doctor who it's it's just the it's just a minor kid show. Yeah i'm sure that was the ski. Oh executive thinking yes the super geniuses as wylie coyote super genius exact who made this horrible decision probably thought. Well it's just a kid show doesn't matter you know they. They won't miss it. We've already done Because back in the day dear listeners you used to have summer reruns until you would show an episode twice and and it was kinda done. So i'm sure they were thinking okay. We've already had a repeat time to move on. It's just it's it was just a really bad unfortunate thing that happened to the show because you know like a lot of classic moments are just now lost in presumably. A lot of these are never going to be available in their original format. Now they're going to be like stories like this. That would probably be reconstructed through animation. Or maybe whatever happens in the next ten years technology wise that they could be recreated so now and i guess they had audio right so now the audio either fans have the audio or someone in so that's for steps are recreating it. Yeah thankfully now though. The upside that. I should mention was that through the efforts of fans a lot of kids at home you know. They had their home tape cassette recorders right. Or whatever you know recording real
US cyber-attack: US energy department confirms it was hit by Sunburst hack
"Weapons agency hacked. As part of massive cyberattack by william turton michael riley and jennifer jacobs the us nuclear weapons agency and at least three states were hacked as part of a suspected russian cyber attack that struck a number of federal government agencies. According to people with knowledge of the matter indicating widening reach of one of the biggest cybersecurity breaches in recent memory. Microsoft said that its systems were also exposed as part of the attack. Hackers with ties to the russian government are suspected to be behind a well coordinated attack that took advantage of weaknesses in the us supply chain to penetrate several federal agencies including departments of homeland security treasury commerce and state while many details are still unclear. The hackers are believed to have gained access to networks by installing malicious code and a widely used software program from solar winds corp whose customers include government agencies and fortune five hundred companies according to the company and cybersecurity experts. This is a patient well resourced and focused adversary that has sustained long duration activity on victim. Networks the us cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency said in a bulletin that signalled widening alarm over the preach. The hackers posed a grave risk to federal state and local governments as well as critical infrastructure and the private sector. The bulletin said the agency said. The attackers demonstrated sophistication and complex tradecraft. The energy department and its national nuclear security administration which maintains america's nuclear stockpile were targeted as part off the larger attack. According to a person familiar with the matter an ongoing investigation is found. The heck didn't mission essential national security. Functions shaolin hines a department of energy spokeswoman said in a statement at this point the investigation has found that the malware has been isolated to business networks only 'instead. The hack of the nuclear agency was reported earlier by politico. Microsoft spokesman frank. Shaw said the company had found malicious code in which we isolated and removed. We have not found evidence of access to production services or customer data. He said in a tweet. Our investigations which are ongoing have found absolutely no indications that our systems were used to attack others reuters had earlier reported that microsoft was hacked and that its products were used to further the attacks in addition to people familiar with the broader government investigation into the attack said three state. Governments were breached. Though they wouldn't identify the states. A third person familiar with the probe confirmed that state governments were hacked but didn't provide a number biden's pledge while president donald trump has yet to publicly addressed the hack president elect joe biden issued a statement thursday on what appears to be a massive cyber security breach affecting potentially thousands of victims including us companies and federal government entities. I wanna be clear. My administration will make cybersecurity a top priority at every level of government. And we will make dealing with this breach a top priority from the moment we take office. Said pledging to impose substantial costs on those responsible for such malicious attacks. Russia has denied any involvement in the attack hines. The department of energy spokeswoman said that efforts were immediately taken to mitigate the risk from the hack including disconnecting software identified as being vulnerable to this attack.
Kraft Under Fire for Sexualizing Mac n Cheese
"When you think of macaroni and cheese what comes to mind comfort food and easy cheap meal for you your kids or your broke college student or something more risque. Wait if I confused you just now clearly, you miss the drama that happened earlier this month for kraft, Heinz the maker of the number one boxed Mac and cheese in America wound up embroiled in controversy over an ad campaign that most definitely attracted attention to celebrate National Noodle Day October six. In case you missed it on your calendar Somehow Kraft Heinz launched a playful campaign suggesting people send nudes that is noodles to friends and family. The double meaning of course was intentional sending nudes could mean sending nude photos in some of their ads, pictures of a box of Mac and cheese were deliberately out of focus as if the company was hiding something you know. And video featured former Saturday night live actor Vanessa Bayer. Trying to make the distinction between noodles and nudes. It's been pulled from crafts social channels, which I'll get to in a minute but take a listen clear not advocating you send nudes to anyone I'm talking about news not news I want there to be no confusion do not send nudes definitely send news even as it sent social media into a tizzy the campaign was a hit twenty thousand comfort loving tweeter took the brand up on its offer to mail free boxes of the cheesy stuff to loved ones. But unless you subscribe to the theory that all publicity is good publicity, the backlash created a craft crisis parents tore into the multibillion dollar brand on instagram. They said sexualizing macaroni was inappropriate for kids and accused craft of inciting children to send nude pictures. Many angry viewers threatened to ban kraft MAC and cheese from their pantries and turn instead to rivals like Annie's Mac and cheese owned by General Mills, some threatened to boycott. All craft products and some critics went even further according to buzzfeed Cunanan supporters got into the act. buzzfeed describes Cunanan as a collective delusion believers in what has also been called a right wing conspiracy theory subscribed to a number of different baseless notions including that something called the deep state promotes child sex trafficking buzzfeed reported that some Cunanan believers accused craft hines of using it's Mac and cheese nudes campaign for just this purpose. In the end, the company pulled its campaign in a statement brand officials stated, blandly, we sincerely appreciate and hear all of your feedback. As it happened, the news promotion was intended to end only a few days after it began anyway, whether craft considers its campaign, a win or a loss is hard to tell at the moment but consider this not only did craft managed to. Give away thousands of boxes of noodles but the controversy generated thousands of mentions on social media and in the press also keep in mind that making processed foods. Sexy is not a new idea for kraft. Heinz back in February of Twenty nineteen long before our world was upended, the company ran an actual ad on a porn site likening Mac and cheese attraction to addiction to. Well something else entirely that adds steely promoted devour a kraft Heinz frozen food line. That made headlines and sales. It's a big deal for consumer packaged foods players like Kraft Heinz Kellogg in Unilever Comfort food sales have fattened up during the pandemic now officials from Kraft Heinz, and Kellogg promised market very aggressively during the second half of this year to keep momentum up according to industry publication marketing dive given the ferocious rivalry between giant packaged food companies. There's really only one conclusion to draw about a brand that doesn't just go to the edge of tasteful nece but jumps right over it. Even today's cancel culture craft Heinz knows. Exactly. What it's doing.
Pete Hines (SVP Global Marketing & Communications, Bethesda Softworks) Discusses Bethesda's Purchase by Microsoft
"To say we have. Worked closely. With Microsoft, for pretty much my entire time at them, the FESDAY, it's a company we know well They were the ones who really gave us the incentive to change from just being a PC only developer which we were when I started back in ninety nine we we developed and made games only on the PC and decided to make the leap for a game called the eldest group elder scrolls, three more wind for the original xbox and honestly in in part because at their urging, hey, this this console could could handle could do the kind of games that you all make an RPG like yours. Could do pretty well on our system and that was sort of the early days of what has become no a two decade relationship between ourselves and a lot of folks over there who we very much like and respect to chief amongst them obviously being Phil, Spencer and. In terms of his vision how how he sees the the future of Microsoft how we fit in that future? and how this this acquisition can lead to. A future for for both of us, that is sort of win win win. In that we get support and resources that allow us to make even bigger and better games with their help. You know if I've I've worked with I've worked as a publisher who is a third party publisher and developers who have all had to be third party developers for very long time. The opportunity of join somebody and essentially be treated as a first party. Developer publisher is pretty darn appealing in terms of. Access to resources or the conversations you get to have not just in like what are you need to make the? Game better but like from console support standpoint from a systems level standpoint are there things you need us to do, and again we've been in this industry a long time, and so we hear the stories behind the scene about first party games. They get a certain features or special support from Sony or Microsoft Nintendo to lower a first party game to do something particular and you know you talked our developers that's pretty appealing I. Think it's Great for Microsoft as well because I think we bring a lot of additional pedigree to an already very strong lineup and stable of developers look I believe in walking softly and carrying a big stick but. I've been doing this for a long time like we're pretty good catch like we make a lot of really good games. We've made a lot of game of the year stuff and bestseller stuff and in a variety of different. Genres and if I step it, take my Bethesda hat off for a minute. were pretty good get and I, think we ultimately make them better as a company to be a part of what they're doing. And the other one is I think this will ultimately be a win for fans and for gamers because at the end of the day, the thing that we have always believed first and foremost is look making games as a pain in the ass it's hard. It's a lot of work over a lot of years on a lot of people. Spent big chunks of their lives working on these games, and we spent a lot of money making them, and at the end of the day, we want as many people as possible to be able to play what what it is. We make and Microsoft is very much in the same camp of we want to help you get your games to the widest audience possible which. Means that you people are going to be able to play our games you know all over the place you know not just on a specific console, not just on your PC, but what they do with X. God streaming, and now streaming being something that we as a company have looked into and worked on some some things there in terms of moving that forward as viable. Technology that you know. Sure. I'll I'll have people playing sky rim doom fallout fill in number here on his many devices as we can, and so at the end of the day I think it is a good cultural fit at think it's a good philosophical fit and I think it's a good fit where our strengths play welded their strengths and advisers. Yeah. So so just falling because there's another question was sort of desperate Ted to ask in S, which is so you said you know protest is a good gap ripe and totally agree I mean they're assuming credible brands in the portfolio that s to has, but also you guys weren't cheap. You know the acquisition is William. It's worth mentioning your benchmark right as we as a benchmark on the. Might might benchmarked requisitions is Star Wars Disney bought star wars that was like two billion dollars, right? That's kind of my benchmark. So I large acquisitions I value in multiple. Multiple. Star. Wars. Yeah. But then. Again, I mean three point, five star wars like that is a lot of. A lot of stars that's actually more star wars than actually art films, in stores, mainland. So Seriously, though like just. Valuation, obviously, you know Microsoft sophisticated buyer you know you guys must've deserved it. But where is that value coming from? Is it the IP juicy? The value in elder scrolls fall out things like that is at the studios in the talent is it something else like if Microsoft we're gonNA say there were seven billion dollars for X. Y. and Z. What are the buckets that value is getting created We'll. Certainly it's the things that you mentioned we we do have a lot of pretty strong IP's. Elder scrolls a massive brand for US fallout doom Wolfenstein. We've we've got a lot of stuff that has value and legacy right and not stuff that we just came up with five years ago right? Doom started and Wolfenstein started the popularity of were the existence of first person shooters a really long time ago so whether it's RPG's or first person shooters I do think we have very strong piece I also believe we have really good pedigree in our studios in terms of every studio that we have. That is part of our company that we've shipped a game with has won at least one game of the year award for what they've made a except for one developer and that's pretty impressive. When you talk about a whole wide variety of studios different locations, very different genres, actions you know first person send stuff, really bloody violent kill Nazi stuff kill demons post apocalyptic fantasy. We do a lot of different stuff. So I do think there's a lot of talent I also think that and I've I've heard Phil talk about this is he had a lot of respect for the fact that it's Not just that we have talent but that were willing to take chances and try and push things forward and break ground right? We didn't just participate in Vr like we were you know primary catalyst for VR
What Microsoft buying Bethesda means for gamers
"So we talked a little bit about the Fez at the top of the show and we've been getting some more rolling details since the acquisition was announced earlier this week this story comes from I but does will run semi independently under Microsoft. xbox Phil Spencer has confirmed that Bethesda will continue to run. Semi independently after the company's acquisition. Speaking, to see nut Spencer made clear that while but those games will adopt some of XBOXES new practices including launching into game pass and becoming playable through game streaming. The company will retain some of the autonomy that resulted in some of the biggest games of all time quote. It's all about the culture of those teams Spencer explained they're not about becoming us this tally of the previous comments from but does s vp of Global Marketing Pete Hines who said quote were still working on the same. Games, we were yesterday made by the same studios we've worked with for years and those games will be published by us on a related knows any Max online studios announced despite Microsoft's acquisition the elder scrolls online we'll continue to receive support on play station for and Patron Michelle writes in and says, what are the actual chances of a fallout new Vegas to now that Bethesda and obsidian are both owned by Microsoft? So we've found a lot of fun memes floating around the last couple of days. I think the one where. Oh. My Gosh. I'm forgetting the director's name where he's making his Oscars Kiss Oh was it for parasite? No. Yes, it was it. Yes. Okay. Bethesda Obsidian, and then there's was a bunch of a bunch of ones and obsidian even got in it. We talked about it on the Monday show but how they tweeted and responds with a little shrug Gif not a gift but like the Emoji Yeah like are we going to make this? I would not hold your breath. OBSIDIAN has a lot of projects that are working on will follow New Vegas be something they may explore down the road potentially in the next three to five years I would guess not probably not got other other things on the roadmap
Preparing For Perimenopause: You Don't Have To Do It Alone
"Today I'm joined by NPR health correspondent and reproductive fairy godmother Chatterjee for some real talk about peri menopause. We're GONNA talk about how the physical symptoms can come with a host of emotional and mental health symptoms to which some people don't realize right exactly But before I say more I just WanNa say that I. Think. I. Love My new title Reproductive Fairy Godmother but anyway getting back to business yes. So sure would go yeah. The physical symptoms can come with a host of emotional mental health symptoms absolutely. So take for example, woman I spoke with Terry, hines now about a decade ago when Terry was in her mid forties how period started to change it increased in frequency it increased in intensity and increased endurance. Now she had some of the classic symptoms of paramount applause laycock flashes, chills started gaining weight which many women do during this time but the would notable changes to her mental health to they just did not have the energy to do the things that I wanted to do was such a fog over who I was what I wanted whereas going. What I was capable of accomplishing I just could not find my footing at the time. Terry. Lived alone in Philadelphia where she worked as an assistant principal at a school. And she really struggled to get out of bed and good work and do the things that she loved to do like taking her dogs for morning walk and she began to withdraw from her friends as well. Yeah. To speaking from experience these all sound like symptoms of depression. You know self-isolation foggy nece low energy exactly, and you know the thing is that Terry actually struggled with depression before and had sought treatment for it and she knew her symptoms she knew what triggers and that that was usually a big change in her personal professional life. But this time though she says, she was just so focused on all the physical changes going on in her body because of premenopausal that her emotional struggles at first, they didn't even register in a mind. Oh so on top of Peri, Menopause Terry was managing depression to exactly and that's not uncommon. Among individuals who have had previous diagnoses or of clinical depression anxiety and this data suggesting that in the leader stages of paramount applause as many as thirty percent of women experience depressive symptoms. I want to put this on the evening news like all persons who experienced presents should be made aware of this. So they're prepared. I mean that's a huge number. So do you have a sense of biologically why they're such a spike? Right. So it's a stage of life when your hormone levels are changing, it's all changing your periods of changing your hormonal Goals are all sort of you know going awry and that can trigger intense changes in mood and psychiatrists that I talk to for the story said that if you're experiencing depression or anxiety during paramount a pause. It's not the changes in your hormonal cycles are unusual. Lawrence say dramatically different from somebody else's but it's more likely that you bring is more sensitive to these changes. So if you've experienced depression before you're more sensitive experiencing it when going through peri menopause exactly now, the other reason is that paramedic plus isn't just a biological change, right? It's also a huge life transition. Because they're all these changes in your body Sharon, it's a big part of aging which coming to terms with your metabolism might be slowing down. You might be mostly processing these things as well, and any big life transitions can affect people's emotional wellbeing
Microsoft To Buy Bethesda In $7.5 Billion Deal, Acquiring Fallout, The Elder Scrolls
"News this morning in video games Microsoft said it will be acquiring xanax media for seven and a half billion dollars in cash. Now, you might not know the name, any Max media I know I certainly didn't but I did know this name but says the soft works Xeni Max Media Owns Bethesda the maker of such gaming franchises as doom, the elder scrolls and fallout and the upcoming space epic star field as ars Technica says, this is an industry changing acquisition quote for context that's three times the. Price Microsoft paid for minecraft maker Mo- Jiang back in two thousand, fourteen merging of course, continued to be multi-platform developer. After it's Microsoft acquisition a decision that led to the site of Microsoft publishing a Mario themed mash up pack for Minecraft Nintendo consoles but minecraft was a relatively unique situation where the acquired game was built around cross platform compatibility among a heavily established fan base Microsoft seems less likely to extend that same multi-platform courtesy to says, does gaming properties in the long term, but nothing has been officially. Announced on that score in the near term, though Bethesda is still working on to console exclusive titles for the past five ghost wire Tokyo and death loop both those games have featured heavily in Sony's console marketing. This year ahead of expected launches in two thousand, twenty one, it is likely too late to change deal structures and platform release plans for those titles which are also coming to the P. C., which means Microsoft, could well, behind two of the PS five biggest console exclusives next year the key point. is where still Bethesda a VP OF PR and Marketing Pete Hines wrote in a blog post announcing the news we're still working on the same games we were yesterday made by the same studios we've worked for years and those games will be published by US and quote being part of Microsoft. Game Studios Makes Bethesda gaming lineup, a defacto part of xbox game pass Microsoft promised years ago that every upcoming first party game would be available on the subscription service quote on the same day they launch and
"hines" Discussed on The Viall Files
"That. That's fantastic and I think say Malcolm. Glad. Well, talked about this and it is book or something in terms of there were like the the critics for you know. Even, putting up an ad or something like that where it was would it would it almost Create more like bring more attention to it or were. They just find a different means or things like that and it was staggering i. Forgive me because I don't remember the details, but it was overwhelming that the nets were clearly a positive thing and that literally saved. All these lives and there was really no justifiable reason to not do it my my point in all of this is when you lose perspective. Try to stop pause, take a breath, take ten more take thirty more residents breathing and just understand that your thoughts do not have to become your actions. You don't have to die. It's not a death sentence it just being you really have to fight for yourself. Ask for help and ask for help on a large scale as I I knew meet is it willing to continue to ask that helps you find someone wind? Pain because there's somebody out there. That's GONNA. Make sure you're safe today. Well I think those are great thoughts to end on and Kevin I just want to thank you for sharing your story and putting it out there and having this conversation with me and. you for those of you listening thanks for for for for doing. So And Yeah I guess. Just, normalizing the the the reality that this is a problem that we we deal with in our society and there's ways to. To fight it and save people and just have conversations with our friends and loved ones and be okay with asking for help is hopefully A. are kind of. Takeaways from from this conversation. So I really appreciate you taking the time. Kevin. Thank, you so much had neon and I really appreciate your time I'm grateful to be a part of the show for sure Where can people find you for anyone who might be listening who wants to? Reach out need some help any information I think that you could share it would be great. Absolutely the best defined me is youtubecom slash hinds. I answered all of my comments. So please find their ads. Bell are four hundred plus studios. They're all designed to help you with your brain mind Behavioral Health Mental Ob all educational entertaining. Some are funny Youtube slabs. There's a lot of stuff there to help as many different kinds of people as possible with as many different, mental strong as possible and recovery from addiction specialists are on there we've got a hold it the videos that are made for you today. We make them with the best science based informative. To help you actually change your life. So both fun and helpful. So check that out you can reach the on Instagram at at Kevin Hines story Same same on facebook and twitter. Pretty reasonable person. It takes a while back everybody, but I will as. Well. That is awesome and Again thank you for for taking the time and sharing your story. Congratulations and everything you've done in your continued success, and Yeah thanks. Stake here are you too and thank you guys listening We appreciate you taking the time. Hopefully you found this interesting helpful informative whether it's for yourself one or maybe for someone in the future a don't forget to send us. Your five star reviews on. itunes. Anything else there's a patron out there where I talked to my access and Super Fun and entertaining a little bit lighter than this. But Hey. Check check out. The link is on my instagram and if there's nothing else we will.
A Modest Gentleman Who Changed Houston Skylines Forever-Gerald D. Hines’ Death at Age 95
"Heinz has died at the age of 95. Hines was the mastermind behind several local landmarks, including one Shell Plaza, the Galleria, Pennzoil Place, Bank of America Plaza, Jpmorganchase Tower and Williams Tower. Water wall on post Oak is named after Heinz, along with the College of Architecture at the University of Houston. HB expanding store
"hines" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Joining me now first-class father. Kyle hines welcome to First-class Fatherhood. This is definitely a privilege to to be here. Let's talk right here. How many kids do you have? And how old are the do kids My daughter Anya is three years old Three and a half now and I have a son who just turned to On New Year's that very cool did you guys do any kind of like gender reveal to find out what you avenue did you guys wait till the end so both times We did it kind of differences. First Time we waited until my daughter was board. Um So we had no idea But how or what the what the sex with Jennifer is going to be so we went to do this because we wanted to enjoy the privacy. What it was his organically enjoy everything and then kind of just focus on the Serbian pregnant is making sure that my wife. The conditions possible And then we end up having a girl the first time and it's on we actually did a general review at my daughter's Christening So kind of a surprise reveal we kind of had everybody Up for like a group picture while we're taking a group picture on. We have balloons going to pop up and everybody was kind of surprised. People didn't really understand what's going on today seeing the blue balloons and in he's like my father her father arm. You know. Start crying the grandmother's crying. And you know the aunts and everybody you know got really excited so yeah it was was definitely a beautiful definitely a beautiful day. Yeah so cool. I love watching those videos when they come up on Youtube twitter. Whatever all the different creative ways people come up to announce what they're having now you've got one and one. You're going to go to break the tie here. You all done. We want to We went to Definitely go one more We're thinking possibly to while my wife's always know voting the idea of you know when ABC twins so she decided to get it out the way But Yeah we definitely want to You know we went to have at least one morning possibly to I got four myself. We had three boys and then got the girl on the fourth. Try if not. We'd have five by now but we got a grabs places. Miami or a handful. Now I can imagine that you You do everything you do and still be able to you know. Maintain about the work is I mean. That's a that's a you know. It's a big. It's a big thing. They accomplishment really right. If you could please take a minute here just to hit my listeners with a little bit about your background what you do. My name is Carl Heinz I'm currently playing basketball professional basketball player playing overseas in the early I play for a team called CESCO Moscow currently living in Moscow Russia With my family I've been playing professional basketball now for twelve years For those that don't know the Euro League is essentially the second best basketball league in the world. it's essentially the NBA Virgin on the European version of the NBA For people that I guess say familiar names. Luca Danni each Two years ago came from the League. There's a lot of you know big name players Beca Canada they have come came from Europe or vice versa. That are playing over We travel out to play some of the best teams in the best cities Whether or not as in Greece or without Madrid Barcelona And like I said I've been in. I've been living out for the past seven years. Yeah that's very cool. Kyle and I know you've had all these experiences. How about. How old were you when you first became a dad? Had it becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life. I became a dad at the age of twenty nine It it it literally changed everything I always say that being a parent or becoming apparent is the most self listing that you can possibly do Because suddenly you know it's before it was more or less you know about you know you or your wife or you know just individual and now it's it's more about the kids about children You know my day is pretty much surrounded by by their debt. You know whatever they WANNA do. We kind of know plan our days around that which is not having any other way out of the biggest lesson and also giving opportunity kind of realise. What's important life You know having kids having my family quotes especially you know over here You know being Here in Russia and Moscow. We don't you know. Our secondary family are the primary family members with us. It's just us so you know it gives us opportunity to kind of grow with strong bond together. Kind of you know Grow a relationship than I guess you would say. Possibly we were living living back home states. Yeah well said and what was the transition like for you to add to move to Europe and are you like. What does the school system like? I know your kids are a little young yet for it but What type of schooling do they have for the American families that live over in Russia Initially in the beginning just for me individually was It was a little bit difficult transition. just coming from a completely different culture Learning different language You know trying to understand a different way alive and then also just the whole isolation factor of it Initially when I came for the first You know I five or six years. I was alone by myself It's a my wife came over so just you know kind of you know having that I'm a big family so a lot of friends are starting to get used to being alone and kind of you know trying to use that time wisely But when my wife game Literally we're just talking about now. She was over here on literally less than thirty days and we found out she was pregnant. So like it kind of initially had used impact on us And my kids. I mean Moscow. Surprisingly enough is nothing. Like what you see you on CNN. Or what you see the rocky movies or no all the no John wicked all that stuff Let's complete opposite. Moscow is probably one of the most family friendly place was most kid-friendly places that I've ever seen Everywhere you go every restaurant you go to they have a kid space they have a play space. Have entertainers there the balls all the shopping centers? They have like floors dedicated to kids. Play spaces you know. They have a huge indoor. I guess you're saying that States. Almost like chucky cheese like luxury chucky cheese type type type of place bases Here in Moscow in his beautiful so my kids they enjoy it We live in a apartment building where there's a lot of international people a lot of diplomats a that other athletes live here so just downstairs they have a a. I guess a nursery or almost like a kindergarten Nicole. Joe's guard gear my kids. They go half the English and they do. Have they rushing so we're trying to get them exposed to to to learning Both languages and also get their kind of their ear under my exposed to Learning multiple languages like many kids here overseas in Europe and in Russia. Do Yeah. What an important skill to have to and that'll be very valuable to them growing up so I I shouldn't expect Ivan Drago to meet me off the plane right. No I didn't own and he's the opposite of you. If you ever have opportunity to travel to Moscow I would say definitely come. I mean it's definitely one of the most beautiful cities on the entire world. I mean like I said it was probably the most surprising factor when I came here. I was expecting you know all the you know everything that we heard going up but it's been completely opposite. Yeah you know what I'm curious about. Kyle is as far as the holidays. I know certain holidays like Thanksgiving Halloween or like unique to the United States. While you're over there do you kind of keep those traditions in your family. Is there anywhere over there. Where any of that stuff celebrated. So we're we're part of a huge international community here along with the you know the players on my team the players from other teams So we try to keep those traditions alive especially because we want our kids to experience that we don't just because they're living abroad. We don't want them to kind of miss out on opportunities so one of the things we did like we kind of worker. Straighted During Halloween. We have a Halloween party every year. And my wife and my wife is a event planner. here So she plans a big Halloween Party where we had ELSA. We had no decorations. We had all different types of stuff for the kids to kind of get a chance to enjoy and then with a rest of my teammates and some of the other residents here in the apartment building. We kinda work Granada's almost like a trick or treat type of things that kids could knock on the doors and we kinda give them the experience that that Those type of things in the same with Thanksgiving Men with Christmas and stuff like that and we tried to know. Make sure that That they get opportunity to celebrate holidays and have opportunity to you. Know had those experiences because he knows we know as a as foreigners living here Sometimes that can be the most difficult part. Yeah very cool and I know you're you're early here. The kids are young. What was so far. What type of disciplinarian are you as a dad? You spank your timeout guy. How do you handle discipline kind of the I I guess my me and my wife we kind of do the good cop bad copper? Say so it's.
"hines" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Please stick around for the interview and today's conversation? Kyle hines was recorded on video and is available for you to watch on my youtube channel. The link is the description of today's podcast episode. So please tap the link it over there and hit me with a subscribe and obviously the entire basketball community was rocked by the untimely death of Kobe. Bryant this past Monday. They held a huge celebration of life for the late basketball legend and his thirteen year old daughter who died in the helicopter crash. It is definitely something that forces us to take a look at our own mortality and realize that there is nobody. That's exempt from death here. We had a guy like Kobe. Bryant was in great shape had a ton of money in the bank fame fortune but in the end. None of that stuff truly matters or can prevent you from your date with destiny. What does matter is the impact you have on other people especially your children. That is the true legacy that we all have. That will be leaving behind. I believe Dana. White said it best when I had him on the podcast a few months ago. He said that when it's all said and done and you laying there in that box the only legacy you have is what your kids stand up there and have to say about you as a father and Friday on the podcast here. We're GONNA have a dad. Who was all too familiar with? How fast life can be taken away? Former navy seal. Jp donell joins before refresh frogman Friday edition of first place followed and next week. I'm going to be hit you guys with three episodes so please follow me on Instagram ally on the school as to find out who will be joining me here and as always guys please help me. Spread the word about this podcast. Every father in your neighborhood or in your contact list. Let them know about the show that celebrates Fatherhood Family Life Fatherhood rocks family values rule and every day is father's Day right here with me. I'm going to be right back with four time..
"hines" Discussed on Revision Path
"And it's not. We're not just a homogeneous group so I. I had early realization that I didn't have to try and be black. I just was black and that hat. Blackness can exist on a very large spectrum but it still impactful. It's still carries the same narrative story but my hey experiences are going to add to that history and that legacy to create something unique but I need to make sure that I carry Gary all of that with me into every room. I go to into every like time. I'm sitting with like a CEO or a C.. Suite person at Google. I need to bring with me. The legacy inherited a blackness and be proud of it and speak with the strength of that heritage. Wow now where do you see yourself in the next five years. What kind of work do you want to be doing? Twenty twenty-five and so me and a couple of my friends actually started project. That's actually building a restaurant group. We have two restaurants one is actually opening like they're actually building. Currently one is opening at the beginning of twenty twenty one. There's another one that's opening in October. And then we have a retail space. That's it's opening and like next month and so that to me is the next project and it kind of stems from crafted which is again like this space space in just to put more Colorado. I actually explained crafted as a living art experience that uses space in food and art to create empathy between disparate groups of people. And for me going back to like what I do. Art As art. The true in goal of art is not to create. Something beautiful is actually to create opportunity for conversation. That conversation can create change but in a conversation list society that silos us through Algorithms conversations between disparate group of people stopped happening and therefore it kind of limits. The amount of change that we can in have like impactful chains so crafted was that opportunity for me to create a space for conversation between district people to create change in and so extending that. We're looking at how we can actually go into some of these different neighborhoods so the chef and the guy who actually has own these different properties on I'm a partner in it but like the main owner. He's from this neighborhood called national city and for him. He grew up there but he always had to leave there to go to restaurants restaurants coffee shops. Like go anywhere which removes that since a pride in your neighborhood and when you have a sense of pride in your neighborhood then people begin to invest best more invest more time and invest more energy into that neighborhood. It's very similar to what we're seeing now in San Diego now that they see all these different things are going on. People are more proud proud to be in San Diego and then they're more likely to invest more likely to stay in so what we're trying to do in this neighborhood called national city where all of our three concepts are actually opening on one st is trying to create a sense of pride in that neighborhood so people feel prideful. They WANNA stay. And they want to reinvest into the community and so it's almost. How do you move into a neighborhood or not even moving? Because he's from there. But how do you reinvest into your community without outed ever having the need to be gentrified so I think we're trying to like for me that's like my my thing is like how do we figure out this fucking gentrification problem uh-huh oh it's almost going back to my passion for city plant or not passionate like what my goal of city planning was is going back to like these things that I had had from the very beginning which is how do you create equitable living spaces and make sure that your fostering opportunities conversation to create empathy and so oh my over the next couple of years. We're going to be launching those three projects and then from there who knows will say is probably going to be more stuff like that like. How do I just just getting deeper involved in helping to build true community reinvestment community? I'm big on community. Well see well just kind of wrap things up here. Where can our audience find out more about you and about your work on line? So of course you can go to basic agency DOT COM to see the agencies work and if you want to learn more about crafted you can actually go on instagram at experience crafted again. That's at experienced experienced crafted. And then if you WanNa follow me it's just at or when hines berry and that's on twitter. This is all on instagram. I mainly use instagram. A partial because I'm managing a lot of different social accounts and I can't be like going back and forth between twitter instagram. I find instagram by my main space to create conversation. So yeah definitely the main thing I would encourage people to follow is probably the experience crafted instagram. Just because that's where I put a lot of my time. I am a lot of my efforts. Outside of basic sounds good. We'll Irwin Hinds. I want to thank you so much for coming on the show. I mean I sort of had an idea. Yeah when I started this conversation kind of where things go but you you blew my mind like finding out about more about your background and seeing how now you've been able to we've all of these disparate experiences and influences into your story and then use that to like guide your work and go back out and give to the community. I mean it is such an inspiring thing to hear one of one of the themes that I'm trying to sort of carry throughout the a year is basically. How are we as black designers helping to build a more equitable future? Whoa and I feel that certainly you are doing it? I mean one through your design and branding work but then also through experience crafted and then through these actual physical spaces aces these restaurants and retail. Space I mean when they say people out here like doing it for the calls. You're out here doing it for the culture. Thank you thank you on the show. Oh I appreciate it. Thank you man. If I could leave with one one last thing. It actually goes to exactly what you're saying I think and I and I when I've had conversation with like other people of Color in general that from a very young age since we grew up in America we were actually forced to learn empathy and a sense of understanding of people outside of ourselves before we even were able to understand ourselves and so I think that is a very very powerful tool set as a creative to have in our tool bill because we can approach every single thing with a broader understanding and bringing that in making ensure. You're bringing that in making sure you're not shying away from it to me would be like the one thing. I hope that people like move move forward with Big.
"hines" Discussed on Revision Path
"Irwin hines creative. Director at basic in San Diego California. Let's start the show all all right. So tell us who you are and what you do. My name is Irwin hines and I am a creative director of one of the two creative directors at basic agency located take. Our headquarters are located in San Diego but we have offices in mountain view as well as Saint. Louis Nice Talk to me about your work at basic like what's an average day like for you there. Oh man so. My role as a creative director is different from some of the other creative directors at agency's role we each kind of focus on our unique the unique specialty. So it's pretty expensive so I focus a lot on client work of course and so that just involves managing teams teams of two to maybe five people in guiding the process throughout the duration of the lifetime of a specific project with one of our clients and doing all the initial strategy and so add basic. We don't necessarily have a traditional strategy department. We expect all of our creatives who actually dive deep deep into strategy so that's understanding the different cultural nuances of the the clients audience and making sure that we are making those like unique connections connections based on what the clients goals are and what the audience actually values at the base level. That's one of my roles at basic but but since I've been there for seven years was one of the original people at the company I've also really taken it upon myself to to help guide the brand as a whole so as an agency. We don't necessarily just view ourselves just as a service company. We also be ourselves as a brand that we're constantly trying to a build one of our products that we deliver is our service right so we're very inspired by brands like Nike. Of course until my other role is really you know what our brand looks like. What are brand feels like what brands sounds like? And then all of our different community initiatives that we do. So are podcasts. brain-dead indeed that's one of the things I kind of head up. Then we also have a community series called crafted that was actually built to help bring together two different creatives within San Diego and help them to rub shoulders and break down the barriers between the different industries or creative verticals and so I do a lot of community stuff as well as the client stuff so again. It's like pretty expansive. That is really expansive. One thing that you just touched on there which I thought was interesting is that you expect the creatives them. Imagine these are like individual contributors. Right you expect them to get into the strategy like often that that strategy part tends to be reserved for maybe you like someone higher up the ranks like maybe a creative director art director. I mean take that approach. I think it came out of necessity so so when I joined there was only five people so all projects. We had to wear a lot of pets so I joined as like a senior designer but as a senior designer. I had to you come in and build brands. And all of that stuff. And we didn't have a strategy department and what we realized is that having that designer that creative from the very beginning beginning thinking about the brand strategy thinking about how the brand's needs need to be met in or what the consumers actual desire is and how the product that we're trying to market trying to build a digital experience for actually meets that consumers need and having the designer on board from the very beginning just creates creates a stronger. More seamless kind of project in process as well as just a stronger experience in the end and so it's just sort of stayed that way because as we realized the value in it from the beginning and now with one of the products of basic kind of being the service that you deliver. Is that something that came as sort of an organic evolution of the agency. Yeah I would say so and I think again. It's just it's mainly because we like to ourselves as a brand and Aubrey brands have the things that they create. Add to their larger sort of wide or larger sort of SS in their their larger perspective. Effective in so we make always considering. What is our larger perspective? What is our Y as a company? And how are we bring that forward through the work we do in proudly police also comes from the fact that we build a lot of brands for our clients and we always tell them to start with the. Why understand why you exist? What your customer wants? And then make sure you're delivering on that constantly and then all of the thing all of the things that you do are just really an ecosystem of consumer touch points that reflect your why in so I think we just internalized that ourselves in. Try and make sure that we're constantly focusing on refining in defining are are Y so that our work at the end of the day can become stronger. How did you first get started at basic seven years ago? I was actually doing freelance us. And so I was freelancing working at home working with anybody networking with other designers. Just McLean's and I was doing that for about six six months. I started to get very very restless because before that had been at a couple of other agency so I was able to toss ideas off of people always able to like feed off the other creative energy and I thought I would really really love that. Freelance lifestyle ragged do anything I wanted and hang out all day and take whatever days I would at all and all of that stuff but after six months ice again started to feel a little bit. Stir crazy identified people to toss ideas off of and basic actually actually reached out to me because I was doing some freelance work through an ex employee of basic and so through that ex employees match. Lock who owns basic actually saw my work in decided to reach out to me and at first so a little bit of a funny story. There's actually a pizza place in San Diego. That's really big big call a basic and it was located across the street from the agency I had previously worked at and we would go there like every single well day so in basic reached out to me via email at first I thought it was a pizza company asking for to become a designer at Pizza Company and at at that point like my freelance work was like activision Sony like I had big clients of freelancer. It's I was like no. Why would I ever want to meet with the people people but because it came through the referral of one of my other freelance clients? I decided to go meet with them and less pleasantly surprised that it was an agency that was doing amazing thing work. Now Talk to me about the team that you're working with because I would imagine you know. After seven years at the agency has went through a lot of changes. You probably went through a lot of changes as a professional final. What's your your team? Make up like now I was Gonna say we do so. I think there's two answers to that question. Why is over the years? We didn't didn't focus on this and this wasn't like a thing. We try to do but because the company is ran by a black man so matlock is black and then a lot of the leadership up is black as well as women. We've actually created a very very diverse team with people from all over the world all different cultures all different perspective and that was just because we truly valued different ideas and different perspectives coming together on one space and felt like that. Collision of of different perspectives and ideas actually fosters better work right so that was the perspective we had every time we would hire someone we like the challenge us do come with something different and if they did. That's when we knew that this was the right person of course tastes level. Great Work raper folio. All all that stuff was like table stakes. Like yes have all of that stuff but you have to challenge us in. So that's why I was like. Please ask that question again. 'CAUSE I had to make sure I like gave this a proper response so again. That's one side and then as far as like the makeup of the team. It's pretty pretty standard we have about. I'm GONNA probably really like mess up the numbers we probably have about like thirty five people in our San Diego Office forty people in forty to fifty people in the mountain view office and then we have like eight people in our office in so the Saint Louis Office is really an extension of the San Diego Office. It supports a lot of the work that we do in San Diego and then the mountain view office is really just focused on Google and then some of our other sort of bay area clients but their main focus is google in so that team. Makeup is is a lot different than the team makeup in San Diego. The team makeup and San Diego is project basis for individual clients. So you'll have teams of three or four. We like to try and keep them smallest smallest. They can be a lot more agile nimble as well as allow all of the designers to really have direct contact with the clients that way. There's like hidden people right. We always WANNA kind of elevate empower all of our creatives like I was saying with strategy to really be the face of the company and to be able Tila someday lead their own projects. That's really our goal right. We Really WanNa make sure that each person grows so we have junior designers. Senior designers are directors creative director. And then we have kind of the higher level leadership team that helps guide and really think through the vision and mission of the entire tire agency all of those departments and all of those groups. We do our best to work seamlessly together. So we strategically have set meeting eating so that whenever the leadership talks about can then be distilled down in share to the rest of the team as well as we have methods for communication in the other way so we can take things that like maybe a new designer comes in and has some frustration points or some tension points with some points in the culture in all of this other stuff that maybe has some great ideas. We have tools and really is just talking but we have tools that allow that new designers like frustrations or your ideas to bubble up to the surface of the leadership team in. That's how a lot of stuff at basic has really done. Its more so done from the younger creatives this or from the ground level as opposed to top down. That's an interesting kind of model. And it's something that I've noticed as I honestly am interviewing wing and and hiring creatives and stuff is that there certainly is more at least. I'm finding that there is more of a need to have designers that have sort of lead projects in that way maybe not necessarily from into end but they were more than just say the team member that did you know visual design. They actually had a project project or part of a project that they really got completely oversee. So it's good that you've got the agency kind of structured in that way to work with clients. Yeah and I think it also it benefits us at the end of the day and of course the designers because then these creatives are well versed if there has to be a shift in our agency. They're not just trained in one skillset. They're actually trained in. We like to say they're trained in brand building which extends past websites extends past. US extends past whenever Robert New medium or media type. There will be but now you understand the foundations of how to build a company that resonates with people and then whatever that company needs. In order order to speak to that audience we can create it and now speaking of clients and projects one of the clients you're working with are the Webby awards which yes and people know from. I don't know if I mentioned this on the show but I'm one of the judges this year..
"hines" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"And he wants to change it and but it really was of a lot of what they were doing wrong a lot of the reasons why Hines is on that bench right now and not let me let yeah it did not get off to the start they were looking for just over a minute a half in Boston struck first so what did you see in the first three okay with the first no it was it was just sloppy you know it was it was a tough period yeah are you know but it you know I think they they can be better let's do that before we bring in our guest looks Boston seconds for station identification you're listening to the post game show on the fifth third bank natural predators radio copy counties original radio station thunder radio W. MSR Manchester everybody here bear house give a warm welcome jeritan already has made his way to thanks for coming up this month unusual circumstances obviously with a brand new fresh voice in the room you guys just make your coach this morning so what what is it like going through as a player and then by the way trying to sit up and play games I guess a really good Boston team tonight yes it was tough I mean there's a lot going on last couple days but you know I think the onus is on the players I think you know we're all professionals and you know we start to show up and play him either this loss was coming here to matter what happened so what what did you see you just saw the steam on the road road trip that ended in a with a successful road trip were you beat the Bruins but what what did you see tonight is it the push you were looking from obviously they were gonna come and angry yeah yeah they're good team is a play with a lot of confidence right now I think you know the play shows that they're making plays out there you know I don't think we're quite there defensively known and that's just the way with us tonight you fought Clifford in LA the gun to get things going in a nice win against the kings when you see what happened by the way I'm sure this crowd will appreciate this conversation Trenton going up against Charles that was something to watch in the third skills he knows a little bit about C. H. R. but I mean that's it two six nine and and trying to drop the yeah yeah no that was that was impressive as good on him you know it's probably not for that I did see they had a really see all started I try to get in there but he was already ready it also you know it's good for him a problem what what have you seen it I know short amount of time but what have you seen with your coach in and out there on the ice he plays a hard nose game he's big he's heavy you know he plays a game or self and I think you know I'm used to seeing at a walkie every this guy's complain awesome down there and and I'm happy to its chance up here so this morning is the first time you guys actually got to talk to coach times what what are your initial thoughts from from him I I know was quick it if you guys did Rick to correct me if I'm wrong you don't really three change much of your routine he just kind of wanted to keep it as it was in and get his feet wet so to speak yeah I think so when he came in and that was the main thing I think he just wanted here want to change too much much on us right away and I think you know you just said go play the way you guys have a plan you know we had some key points for us some things that we were looking to establish on our end and take it from there you know he's he seems like you know real straight for cold hard nosed coach and in our that's all we need right now was there a point of emphasis that he was making that you can share with us or was it more just little details yeah I think the you know the main thing I got out with him this morning was you know we just need to establish our identity we need to figure out you know what kind of team we what we're going to be how we want to play and we need to bring that consistently every single night have you spent any time around him at all did your paths cross yep I actually played for him under seventeens at the USA program while and he left for looks very right after that what what were your impressions I know that you know it's you know he was great he was great with me is great work with young guys you know developing us with a really good team back then and you know we're successful are under him for that year that we had a what what do you guys actively talking about because now it's a second tonight was officially the second half of the season this is the push where you know you got to get things going yeah I mean it's go time now and there's no time to wait to meet tonight didn't go our way you know the way anybody wanted it to but you know they're still Chicago coming up here so you know it's good it's go time we need to push you know everybody to step up a little bit more sheared you guys have had some like you said you guys are being a lot of you at some opportunities now from Milwaukee because of the injuries and other circumstances when you look around the room what what do you see I see a team that wants to win I think that's the biggest thing I think all the guys in the room you know everybody's specially tonight I was pissed off everyone's angry at you know that this isn't the way you want things to go but what do you see guys that kind of stopped caring about an artist first off that's when you start to worry this teams you know pretty passed on there so I think we should have a response okay made Chicago in your next road trip thanks for doing that thank you the facts are not here to nori everybody per se him coming up predators fall.
"hines" Discussed on This Day in History Class
"This day in history class is a production of iheartradio. Everyone I'm Eve's welcome to this day in history class a show that will convince you that history can be fascinating even when you expect it not to be. Today is December twenty eighth eighth two thousand nineteen the day was December twenty eighth nineteen. Oh three American jazz musician. Earl hines was born. Hines was born in Duquesne. Pennsylvania a suburb of Pittsburgh. His family was steeped in music. His mother played the organ and piano. His father play the coordinate with the Eureka brass band his sister. Nancy played the organ. His brother brother play piano. His aunt saying light opera and his uncle played. Brass instruments. hines began taking piano lessons early on and he worked toward the goal of becoming a concert pianist when he was in high school. He moved to Pittsburgh where he lived with his there. He Fell in love with jazz in and his own music. He turned away from classical music and toward jazz as a teenager. He formed a trio with the violinist and drummer. The group played at high school. Cool Events Church socials and nightclubs. Since Heinz still had to go to school. His schedule was taxing so he left school at age sixteen to pursue his career career in jazz in nineteen twenty. Two hines began working at the leader House a nightclub with singer and bandleader lowest. Debbie the band went to Ohio West Virginia and New York City and while he played with debis ban hines developed his own style. He created a technique of playing a melody a an octave that was known as the trumpet style in Nineteen Twenty-three. He went to Richmond Indiana where he had his first recording sessions with deputy but the the next year hines left. Deputy led his own band which included saxophonist. Benny Carter but soon he moved to Chicago which had a big jazz scene gene and the city. He met people. Louis Armstrong Jelly Roll. More in and Benny Goodman hines Armstrong and Drummer Zuhdi. SINGLETON began playing regularly. Were we at the Sunset Cafe when the club temporarily closed in nineteen twenty. Seven band broke up in Heinz began playing at the Apex Club with clarinetist. Jimmie noone noon. The next year hines was on several recordings that included some with Louis. Armstrong's hot five and hot. Seven hines piano style. Was it's notable on these recordings and he began to be viewed as not just a talented musician but as a jazz. Innovator hines also recorded a series of Piano Ano- Solos in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. That December hines began leading a big band at the grand terrace ballroom. They worked every the day of the week and they spent months touring every year. The band also got a lot of airtime on the radio helping popularize them outside of Chicago. When hines hines lectured one? Radio announcer drinking. The announcer gave him the nickname father. And it stuck even though hines didn't like the moniker. hines stayed at the Grand Grand Terrace for eleven years and recorded a lot with the band. He left the band in one thousand nine hundred forty feeling exploited and underpaid over the next few decades as he was involved in various ventures. He played with Louis Armstrong all stars. He played at the club hangover and San Francisco for five years and he opened club in Oakland in nineteen sixty three. But that didn't last long. He played three Solo concerts at the little theatre in New York in nineteen sixty four and he toward the the world including dates in the Soviet Union on a tour for the US State Department. Heinz play the piano until just before his death even though he had been in dealing with arthritis and heart problems he played his last Gig in San Francisco just before. He died in Oakland in April of nineteen eighty-three so many people consider hines the father of modern jazz piano playing east coat. And hopefully you know a little more about history today today than you did. Yesterday you can find us on social media at T D. I.
"hines" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"So hines is a four piece both the both of you plus amber and awda and you said in interviews that you were looking specifically for other female musicians to join your band why was that because we felt so far away from all the mems issue that we knew we were such big funding we really are incredibly huge music lovers when we see someone writing song that we we could cry and we you know like we really really passionate about it so all friends had buns at we loved loved loved so we felt like they became part of the ban they were going to give their opinions of of course like everyone everyone and their opinions would like automatically be more important than i was like we would because we would choose that we would be like okay of course if the singer of this ban is saying that he wrote that i'm going to i'm not right you know like we wouldn't self confident enough to be able to like maybe my decision is you know we've got both of us we always felt like such in the same level of just freedom on we didn't feel that we same level of them and then also like when we started talking about it because we couldn't find any female like well maybe i don't know we we allies that in like the media especially in the spanish media and stuff it would be like yeah the guys make the music and the girls are smiling in the picture and that was really annoying for us because this is this was such a private and we project you know we spent so much time thinking about everything that we like to that's not fair even don't care get what people think steel that's not fair we we worked hard to like started expressing.