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"host producer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:42 min | 2 months ago

"host producer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"I hope you keep enjoying the cold weather. In stabilised folks. We are live. Monday through friday four thirty. Pm eastern twenty thirty tc find out more daily dot com slash. Lie back on. Monday with rich strap. Oh and sarah lane doing well and we're hoping to get so. Keep those good vibes coming here. That this week's episodes of daily tech news show recreated by the following people host producer and writer tom merritt host producer and writer sarah lane executive producer booker roger chan producer writer and host rich drop alina video producer in producer. Joe kunz associate producer. Anthony lemos spanish-language host writer and producer. Damn compass news host writer and producer jen cutter science correspondent dr nikki ackerman's social media producer and moderator zoe debtor day mods beat master wsb got his one bioko captain kipper jackson steve guadarrama paul race matthew j stevens at j. d. galloway modern video hosting by dan christensen video feed by music and art provided by martin bell dan lueders mustapa cast creative starts and len peralta. Hey cast add support from trace gainer patriots support from stefan brown contributors for this week's show included scott johnson justin robber young and patrick norton and guests on this week's show where tim stevens date links. And sean hollister thanks to all.

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"host producer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

08:16 min | 2 months ago

"host producer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"People are investing in that i mean i think new bank Berkshire hathaway did a major investment in that last round they were valued at amir thirty billion dollars. Let's get in early. Those clever heavily folks. All right real quickly carlstrom either research fellow in computing at edinburgh napier university writing for the conversation and then republished where i saw it on the next web describes the need for robotic is to appear more human specifically pupil. Dilation which you probably don't think about much but that is a signal of emotion and understanding that the pupils dilate and constrict fixed robot is have that glassy stare in part because there pupils aren't moving struggling was inspired by meeting john copier one of the engineers who worked on jabba. The huts dilating is for star. Wars return of the jedi. It turns out that had very big is so is a lot easier to make that work in very big is. It's a little harder to make that work at human scale but stray may mayday silicon membrane coated with graphing to act as the muscle in a robot by the graphing could be thin enough to let light pass through and the membrane would then expand and contract. The pupil in response to a field of static electricity and microprocessor was used to control the reactions and responses both to light. Would you just need a sensor for an emotional cues so they had a machine learning algorithm trained to recognize facial expressions for happiness and sadness and then program the pupil to dilate appropriately. I feel like we've made not one but two steps. Closer to sky. Net and the terminator. Because we've got more realistic pupils. Which makes her more realistic is and social cooperation. So robots working together Collaborate them before they collaborate us all depends on cyber dyne systems. And when you think of the uncanny valley this is one thing. I here discussed as much as the dilation because we definitely respond to it. But we don't think about it you don't think about oh that guy's pupils really dialing right. It's just a subconscious response but when it's ensure you interpret the face as being weird somehow if on one hand yes i agree on the other hand if you have a let's say a family member or a co worker that may be has a substance abuse issues. You're definitely overtly reacting to the gigantic dilated. Operate properly up. Another fair point comes from james. C smith in our mailbag feedback daily news show dot com said the chip shortages affecting many things including cars everytime chips are mentioned in the context of cars on. Tom calls them out his display chips. Is it really the display chips. That are a problem for car manufacturers or is it the dozens of other chips in airbags antilock brakes engines and more and other automotive news sources. I don't see people focused on display chips. The way does every time you mentioned display chips which is very often it makes me wonder which chips are truly the problem We'll james you're right. It's all of them I use display chips as an example of the micro controllers that are a big problem for cars and the display jobs are are are one of the more frequent ones. They're one of the ones that sideline trucks For chevy and ford but they're all examples of microcontrollers. That are really old. You know we're not talking about ten nanometers here we're going to have fourteen or larger nanometer processes which means they're on fabrication processes that nobody wants to invest to build new ones for because chips are getting smaller But yes it's not just display chips. I use display chips. Because i think that's the easiest one For people to wrap their heads around. But i'll stop doing that All the time. I it's crazy right because One of the shortages at a friend of mine is dealing with is Usb controllers which you're on a forty four micron process or there's literally two or three dozen fabs they can do that around the world but there's just so demand right now but I think it was the detroit news one of the local papers that whole thing on the chip shortage and they talked about a typical automobile right now or truck having somewhere between five hundred and fifteen hundred chips inside of it which i thought was a little high but even it was just fifty or seventy five hundred. That's just a lot of silicon source right now. There's a and that's going to contribute to a james. James is absolutely right when he points that out though it is the older and kinda dumber micro controllers. That are often the problem. Because like you say there's fewer fabs you know people don't wanna keep tabs going for for stuff that old right and so you only have a few From what i read. Anyway you only have a few clients in auto manufacturers that need. These kinds of chips had often. It didn't also help the one of the largest providers of automotive specific like they're responsible for something like thirty percent of the world's automotive microprocessors had a some incidents at factory What i say. Incidents i believe i mean fire burning down. There's been a lot of bernie. We've lost aka we've lost. There's been a lot of fires that that's so hard to to for people like. Why is there a chip shortage like well. There's the toilet paper thing that happened with everybody believing there wasn't going to be any need for chips and then suddenly everybody needed chips and so then everybody started stockpiling chips. Which made the problem worse than there's the weather That that messed with plants ability to get power in texas and some rain and other places and a lack of rain. Either the fires then. There's the shipping containers all piling up in one part of the world we needed in other parts of the world. So yeah it's a it's a whole bunch of different stuff turns out when you turn the world off a few months and then tried to turn it back on it shakes things up a little to turn it back onto the right order. Yeah it's not as good as it is for your computer to turn it off. Turn it on Real quickly at big. Thanks to our brand new boss greg. H you just started backing us on patriotic greg. Dot all the love to himself. Thank you greg for for backing us on. Patriot could be tomorrow. If you're listening out there you get a holiday card mail. D get all kinds of the perks. Patriots dot com slash. dt ns. thank you patrick norton. A pleasure talking tech with you again my friend. What are you going on to tell folks about if they want to hear more. Oh my goodness Robert heron than i record in the next episode of aviation sell this afternoon after this show later on today and I would like to point out that it has been very cold here in saint louis. I've been getting to wear sweaters. That i haven't worn in forever sis delightful. I hope you keep enjoying the cold weather. In stabilised folks. We are live. Monday through friday four thirty. Pm eastern twenty thirty tc find out more. Daily dot com slash. Lie back on. Monday with rich strap elena. Oh and sarah lane doing well and we're hoping to get so. Keep those good vibes coming here. That this week's episodes of daily tech news show recreated by the following people host producer and writer tom merritt host producer and writer sarah lane executive producer booker roger chan producer writer and host rich drop alina video producer in producer. Joe kunz associate producer. Anthony lemos spanish-language host writer and producer. Damn compass news host writer and producer jen cutter science correspondent dr nikki akrons social media producer and moderator zoe. Debtor day are mods. beat master wsb. Got his one bioko. Captain kipper jackson. Steve guadarrama paul race matthew j stevens at j. d. galloway modern video hosting by dan christensen video feed by way music and art provided by martin. Bell dan lueders mustapa cast creative starts and len peralta. Hey cast add support from trace gainer patriots support from stefan brown contributors for this week's show included scott johnson. Justin robber young. And patrick norton and guests on this week's show where tim stevens date links. And sean hollister thanks to all.

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"host producer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:24 min | 2 months ago

"host producer" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Gerry. Monica are and robert. Murray into the stays of those of you out in the public feed. You can follow him. You can follow him right into the show. Thank you andy. Monica and robert patriot. Dot com slash. Also thank you. Len peralta for illustrating the tech news this week. What have you drawn for us. Len well you know the top. I say at the top of every show that i'm on that i'm drawing the top tech stories. This of course was the. I feel the biggest tech story leak and you might have. You might feel differently. Facebook tuning in the meta. So i wanted to do something. That was both halloween related and also capitalize on the fact that i feel that you know this is zack. Is really like michael myers really honestly not because he kind of looks like him but also because he you know he he He didn't kill facebook. You explain that to me earlier But he he killed the name facebook. So in this image We have the tombstone of facebook. The ten twenty eight twenty one which and then the body of facebook and and a michael myers type character holding on the head of facebook so very creepy for halloween may not. He's gonna go ahead a logo on his shirt right. Where does our because it does look like long. Doesn't it a little bit creepy. I i. I find a little bit creepy. I don't know if if anybody else is in that camp but But i thought this was perfect for halloween. A little bit of rigging there for our good friend mark zuckerberg anyway. This is this image is available. Obviously my patriot. If you're a patriot. Backer patriot dot com slash land. Also my online store and lend Store dot com and also you may want to check open sea because this might be an nfl team as well so check out there very clever you could. You could use that on the metaverse someday. Blue i like what i see what you did. There are roasted. Thank you my friend Always a pleasure co host and with you. You got anything to let people know about before we get out of here. Yeah first of all star. Severe the people watching a video. I don't know what's going on with cameras. So my apologies. We we will be better. We'll be better next time. Well yeah. I do videos on boxing thousand dollars. It's coming soon video. I have this mike from. You'll never guess what this from apple. It's impossible to guess what this long boxes. But i'll be in. Boxing is probably next week that they send out so yeah we should have checked it. Out at lamar wilson at any social network. Facebook actually come in november. I so and anyone anyone at your on you can watch me doesn't matter i appreciate it. Thanks folks we are live four at four thirty. Pm eastern monday through friday. That's twenty thirty. Ut see until the time change next week by not more daily tech new show dot com slash. Live back on monday with rich. Felino and tim stevens here to talk about. Dvd's and the supply chain. This week's episodes of daily tech news show were created by the following people host producer writer. Tom mary host producer and writers. Sarah lane executive producer and booker. Roger chang producer writer and host rich droff lena video producer twitch producer. Joe kunz associate producer. Anthony lemus spanish-language host writer and producer. Dan compos news host writer and producer. Jen cutter science correspondent. Dr nikki ackerman's social media producer and moderator. Zoe deputy our bod speedmaster. Wsb got us one cow. Cap'n gipper jack. Shit steve. rama. Paul reese matthew j stevenson and jd galloway. That's matthew j stevens. Modern video hosting by dan christensen video feet. Sean way music and art provided by martin bell. Dan lueders stafa a cast creative starts. Len peralta live art performed by len. Peralta cast add support from trace gainer patriot and support from stefan brown contributors for this week's show included alison sheridan scott johnson. Justin robert young. And lamar wilson our guest on this week show was tricia hearst burger and thanks to all our patrons make the show possible. This show is part of ron vance network get more at frog. Fans dot com club. You ve enjoyed those bror..

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"host producer" Discussed on Upload Media 123

Upload Media 123

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"host producer" Discussed on Upload Media 123

"Tv ford lash len peralta and watch it live and and kind of make you know just kind of the apartment and be a part of the of the fund so check it out everybody. Thank you plan. Also thanks to shannon. Moore's for being with us today shannon. I know you're real busy. You got videos coming out all the time. Where can people find your work. I always do in fact my studio build for. Construction is almost done so hopefully by the next time. I'm on the show. You'll see a brand new studio behind. But today i just wanted to give a shout out to my fellow co host on hack five youtube dot com slash hack five. We just hit seven hundred thousand subscribers and four a hacker channel that's That's pretty awesome. Youtube hasn't canceled us. So i'm pretty happy about tat law long-deserved of law long years and hard work on into that. So congratulations to you. And darren everybody over there. That's awesome thank you. We live on this show. Monday through friday at four thirty. Pm eastern twenty thirty ut find out more at daily tech news show dot com live. We're out monday for the memorial day holiday in the us. But we're back tuesday with allison sheridan touch you then. This week's episodes of daily news show were created by the following people post producer and writer tom. Merritt host producer and writer sarah lane executive producer in booker roger chang producer writer and host rich straw felino video producer in twitch producer. Joe kunz associate producer. Anthony lemus spanish-language host writer and producer. Dan compost news host writer and producer. Jen cutter intern. Dr nicole ackerman's social media producer and moderator. Zoe debiting.

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"host producer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"host producer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"To solve this permanent a list model host and producer fired an employee last week and sent a mass email to friends and colleagues for no one to hire the employees because they were not trustworthy. The reason the employee was fired the A lister significant other admired what the employees were to work that day. Tyra Banks could be or Ls Model host producer eyes that Halloween lady. Yeah. What's her name? Um, her going to Bergen Deferred. Oregon. The Halloween lady. Yeah. Oh, Heidi Klum, Heidi Klum. Holly sneezing. I thought Holly bless you pulling a superhero movie. No, that was not my costume for the Halloween lady now, so it could be either Or quite frankly, I think that the comments section was leaning towards Tyra Banks just a little more than Heidi Klum in this one, but anyways Could be I d clue could be Tiger banks. Anyways. They and fired fired an employee last week and sent a mass email to friends and colleagues for no one to hire this employee because they were not trustworthy. But it wasn't because they were trust, not trustworthy that they were fired. The reason the employee was fired is because Tyra Banks or Heidi Klum, significant other admired what the employees were to work that day. That feels okay if I'm just going by my gut, which does not matter because it's not an actual true That sounds very Tyra. More Tyra than Haiti. Yeah, right. Right. Also tire is in the news lately because one of her, um One of her America's next top model of Contestants has come forward and talked about how Tyra exploited some of the really difficult uhm parts of her life on the show. And she's not here for it. Lisa D'Amato you you know if you watch the show, she's the one that was talking to bushes. Yeah. So anyway on we go on, we go.

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Katie Couric will guest host 'Jeopardy!' after the final Alex Trebek episodes air

Vicki McKenna

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Katie Couric will guest host 'Jeopardy!' after the final Alex Trebek episodes air

"Will temporarily be taking over the hosting duties of jeopardy. The journalists will serve as one of the guest hosts after the final episodes featuring longtime host Alex Trebek finish airing this week. Jeopardy champion Ken Jennings has also been booked a host producers of the long running trivia show Seitel feature guesses until a permanent replacement has been chosen. That's

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"host producer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"host producer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Once again. This permanent a list model host producer. No, she can't be fired. And no, she's not pretty good every week, so she doesn't care when she messes up. Oh, that's Tyra! Tyra Banks. Yeah. Because ultimately it's good publicity wants a moment like that happens. And then you're putting yourself out there like you're not paying attention to the haters. But then It's such fun, but hating because no one was hating in the first choice is doing a really weird game of Twister with herself. Yes, you know what I mean? She's got her foot on the blue. Yeah, her other foot on the yellow slow on the read, and I can't figure out like Yeah, because nobody just do. Just do the job. Can I ask what I saw a headline of something else That happened recently? What was that happened? So this happened year Monday? Okay them this week, a TTE the end of dancing with the stars. She had named the wrong two couples in the bottom two. But it was I mean, but honestly, she handled it. Well. We talked about it yesterday. She handled it fine. Totally on git wasn't actually her fault. It was a production issue. Okay, but In her handling of it. It was a moment and anybody would've been flustered. But in her handling of it, you could see her still trying, Tio. Like talk to the haters. And they were talking. You know what it means? Yeah, like this is live TV, folks. This is what you're watching it like this is what happens on live TV. It would happen to anybody and I'm just like, okay. Just keep moving forward, Right? Don't bring offensive, slow things down. Such an awkward It was awkward, but she did. She got through it, and they figured it out. And it really is not the end of the world. You guys it's dancing with the stars. Alright, alright..

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"host producer" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Mindset ~ Want High Performer Secrets of Millionaires?

Conscious Millionaire Mindset ~ Want High Performer Secrets of Millionaires?

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"host producer" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Mindset ~ Want High Performer Secrets of Millionaires?

"Have, you ever wondered why some entrepreneurs and coaches easily achieve financial freedom while other struggle to put money in the bank consistently introducing the business accelerator Formula Six week program. Are you a startup five figure or early six figures service business or coach? If you aren't getting the traction, you want, maybe you're stuck or just not growing fast enough then the business accelerator is designed for you. Now we're starting in the next few weeks. However, there is very limited seating because this is a live class. If you WANNA double your business quickly, then find out more right now by going to conscious millionaire dot com Ford slash business accelerator. Again, go to conscious not an air dot com Ford slash business accelerator. Next listen conscious million media podcast radio network the host producer known of the show distributors and broadcast media make no claims the tragedies and information discussing show results in providence and may result in losses, the opinions and advice from the host not necessarily represented. Those are the owner staff management or broadcasters of the show. Now, legal accounting or financial health vice is made in the show your advised. To seek counsel Nash Related to Your Business Financial Investment or other legal matters from licensed advisors always consult your physician or at licensed health advisor prior to making any changes in your Diet Exercise Program implementing any health strategies or information discussing the shows. Now information provided baby suitable for your situation as always take full responsibility for decisions and actions you take including responses that they create in your health..

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"host producer" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Epic Achiever with host Marcus Aurelius Anderson

Conscious Millionaire Epic Achiever with host Marcus Aurelius Anderson

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"host producer" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Epic Achiever with host Marcus Aurelius Anderson

"So that'll be four total. A Do have a team Liga that team leader Alpha breeders prefer buyer teams of five. For. What congratulations I'm glad that you were able to do something with all that free time. You. And Wow, that's fantastic will like you said, you get off the road and good things happen. So twenty twenty one is going to be a more payments. The most positive. With the most love and. More, gifts more up my life when she watches the. Everyone I want to thank you for tuning into the conscious leaner Epoca cheaper show. If you heard Brittany talking about today on this episode was valuable impact for you. Please share it with somebody or shared on social media. I'd also be honoured if you subscribe believes review wherever you're listening to this podcast because this helps us rise in the ranks and get this powerful information more people and Brent thank you so much for being on here. Today I I really am honored to have you my friend. Thank you good to catch up to talk. You said, thanks listening a conscious million millionaire media podcast radio network, the host producer, and owner of the show distributors and broadcast media make no claims that the tragedies and discussing the result and may resulted in losses, the opinions and advice from the host guest to not necessarily represent. Those are the owner staff management broadcasters of the show illegal accounting or financial or health advice has. made it the show your advise the council imagine related to Your Business Financial investments or other legal matters from licensed advisors. Always tell her physician or out the visor prior to making any changes in your diet exercise program and implementing any tragedies or information discussed on the shows. Now, information provided baby suitable for your situation as always take full responsibility for decisions and actions you take including responses that they create in your health..

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"host producer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

15:33 min | 1 year ago

"host producer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We are back with Jim Perry host producer of the are you from Matt podcast and Jim we're all familiar with and rice's debut novel interview with the vampire which came out almost forty five years ago did you sat down and had dinner with a vampire now a we talking about someone who you know believe she's a vampire or someone that you believe was a vampire all right I mean I guess a little of both so I traveled up to New Orleans to meet a man named Bulbasaur Shandong who is a voodoo priest in ordain minister he's the elder of a group call the mystic health of echoes and according to his beliefs and others it's a real vampire and once we reach the first thing I did upon arriving to New Orleans what is headed to a witchcraft shop to find some protective item because at that point in the trip I was tired I was puzzled I was weak I was on the road for three weeks at that point in other words I was in a sort of left wide open dealing with energies Lou Lou and vamp Urich that I've never encountered before so I just want to be safe and come to find out Richard New Orleans is so haunted but I thought real estate signs that advertised the house as for sale not haunted because that is a rare thing they're selling feature absolutely so going to meet a character like this in a place where it seems like anything maybe possible lead in my expectations about what to believe about the offers are will tell those are believed he has a physiological response to injecting human blood so much more than a lot he believes you know there are certain nutrients but he can't receive by normal food any needs human blood to stay healthy and that was hard is a local fixture there in the French Quarter he works for the place called Louis and the car he is a really a strong community figure their income to learn he's a vampire house which is called the mystic house of echoes it's actually a community group it's a vampire house which they call the group or vicar of vampires and this community oriented group actually feeds the homeless through open they set up tents and go to Jackson square and pullup chicken and pork soup so automatically delta certifying that vampire expectation you're expecting to go in and cover that vampires are feeding on the homeless and not feeding the homeless so right away you know meeting officer which was interesting because he's very charismatic character long black hair tied back in no thanks right so again that was my next question well that's kind of a disappointment no thanks right you know what's funny is that forests are real and some of the phenomenon or relationship to it or even sort of the fringe outsider groups that embrace the personage the archetype date we relate to horror and the supernatural more often than not it also Monday at point in time so that was our he had to pull back here head lineage and history I think it was also wearing a Marvel Comics teacher right so it was not this army to to really you feel into what his story was as a human being and not just right he's supposed to wear ruffled you know a ruffled shirt and vintage clothing but here is a Marvel T. shirt what if you sound like you know are add a little bit of a New Orleans trawl if I can say that I'm sure there's listeners from their eyes I'm sure I'm not saying that appropriately but he had a little bit of a southern accent and he was very articulate he was very plotting with how we communicated messaging and you could see that he was trained at some point in time of our conversation because you could see that specially upon first contact expecting a little scrutiny from me as this Hey here's another producer coming in wanting to get my story well here it goes and only giving as much as required comes with history of vampires you know sort of being reviled being a source of fear and perhaps rightfully so in some situations in both of her situation not so much in so it took him awhile to kind of let his guard down and I awarded him a level of trust you know are for interview we walked around town should be decided to go along very nationally and I invited us up to my hotel room I invited him through the threshold and open the myspace with that's right if once you do that once would you have to invite them in other ways they can enter it yeah absolutely so that was metaphorically I think my oldest branch extending them thing like you can trust me I'm trusting you here we go but honestly the thing with office or is it really is an interesting community leader you know not just in New Orleans but all around the world and I was sort of works with him is doubtless are forms contracts with a set of donors that include frequent health and so you will be bound them into these contracts I think they're very similar to the maybe with adopted in the server the BDSM community this sort of leave like contracted this seems ominous but is more sort of pomp and circumstance than anything else though all of them will submit to frequent health tests to make sure that they're on the up and up and held the ritual actually works it will take a sharp never used before scalpel he'll cut typically the back of the donors and lift the skin he will suck out as much as the leader of human blood on it in in one setting who are these individuals that agreed to this you know it's interesting because I think it's a hard question answer because there's not one answer I guess I guess I can say that they come from all walks of life according to the office or I need that one of the donors of very pleasant woman who is a co worker at the voodoo shop with him there are others that are the only friends per se that or national there have formed a relationship you know I was interested and I think you would probably be as well and what are their motivations for this what are the donors receiving out of that exactly exactly it's unclear to me I think that each of them are receiving something unique to them if they're a sexual component to it perhaps in some situations not always Balcazar who it is a game man you know expressed to me that you know he has street owners yesterday donors he has women donors his donors come from all walks of life and all have other reasons to exchange that so I I mean I think there's a belief beyond the physiological response that dolphins are believed he gets by injecting the blood that the donors receive something maybe it's not Israel logically maybe spiritually through that that we did struggle that do is perhaps his religion whereas there is not a religious component to the vampirism the vampirism is strictly sort of the health and wellness routine it's taking care of himself so he told me a very interesting story about how we actually first realize that this happened if you want me sure that real quick Richard yes we do yeah we have about about seventy minutes here so I'd love to hear that hello you know Balcazar grew up we've not the easiest of life you know it's not the best of situations as he described you can go into full detail about what all that meant but I got the idea that it was a little bit of a tough upbringing and he first realized that he needed human blood well actually defending his sister from a surly abusive family member during a physical altercation he actually tackles and embattled the family member who is much larger than him and as a family member has been pinned down to the ground Balcazar as a child you know and at this point we very sickly child his dolphins are pinned down and all the officer can do to fight back if we keep them on the user's neck and at that moment was the first woman that he ever had that warm case what it is now down the road individuality and for the rest of the day it was as if he were finally a normal kids quickly kind of you know let's keep it was climbing and playing with all the neighborhood kids in noticed by actually a family friend who they themselves were a vampire and with permission from the officer's parents actually took office are under their wing you know this family friend approached him and said you know under their metaphorical wing I'm hoping very good very good me too that should have been a question I asked Richard and I didn't wasn't a bad link their right who's to say you know honestly put you for everything that's said about AlphaStar and his response to this and turning something that is seemingly ominous into something so positive especially for the community of New Orleans according about a server that's not always the most common thing and that the vampire houses these groups these vicar of vampires are everywhere I learned there in every city every country in the world we vampires drinking human blood feasting on human life are in fact your mother other trappings yes right the parish the thought are there other traits like for example does he have an aversion to light does he I'm not trying to be flippant here I'm really genuinely trying to understand if they sleep in coffins yeah that's interesting I he didn't reveal any of those yet I do know within the community there are notions of being a burst of light for example home there are other things that are more stereotypical archetypes about the convulsions of what or the reflections of what the vampires are like garlic and you know they don't have a they don't have a reflection you know funny enough a little aside here is these were things that I had tested on Balfour himself and I didn't really notice until after the fact so when I exit it invited him across the threshold to come upstairs to my room to finish the conversation in a quiet setting the elevator that we wrote and was surrounded by mirrors and Balcazar with there at every single he did not disappear and it's one thing they know is right the last myself unlike kept back a little disrespectful but these are the things that when you're approaching the archetypal figures you do have these questions like okay well if this is real if this is all so I also realized that I had it at a tremendous garlicky meal I think again impounded in New Orleans that trip through the PDAs in the mood for Lana and into you know all the garlic bread also didn't expose anything I'm being a little clip here of course but just the general feeling of a lack of the bottom of it that you know vampires they really are just people right and they're seeking something within these fringe communities and some of them are seeking things double light some of them are seeking things of dark some of them you know sort of live in the shadows still and probably for good reason whether it's self preservation or just carrying on the tradition of metal one of the things that was interesting about that like any other subset community there is sort of be in feuds between the house right so one health might be the other is sort of are you kind of just glamorizing it you're doing these vampire balls and you're essentially cost planning and you know others are like well we are very secretive organization with certain rituals and goals so you know it at the end of the day it's a bunch of it's a bunch of folks that have found communities within this subset of culture they're just really looking for the place in the world hopefully that is not always in the shadows but sometimes I guess it needs to be deltas are tell you about our I mean are there the vampire Vickers I think is a term used were houses that actually are rather nefarious characters at that they would pray on on other people he would not detail that and I think probably.

producer rice Jim Perry Matt
"host producer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:38 min | 1 year ago

"host producer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"We are back with Jim Perry host producer of the are you from Matt podcast and you Jim we're all familiar with and rice's debut novel interview with the vampire which came out almost forty five years ago that you sat down and had dinner with a vampire now are we talking about someone who you know believes he's a vampire or someone that you believe was a vampire all right I mean I guess a little of both so I traveled up to New Orleans to meet a man named office are a Shanti son who is a voodoo priest in ordain minister he's the elder of aid groups call the mystic house of echoes and according to his beliefs and others it's a real vampire and once we reach the first thing I did upon arriving to New Orleans what is headed to a witchcraft shop to find some protective items because at that point in this trip I was tired I was puzzled I was weak I was on the road for three weeks at that point in other words I was you know sort of left wide open dealing with energies who do and vamp Urich that I'd never encountered before so I just want to be safe come to find out Richard New Orleans is so haunted but I thought real estate signs advertise the house as for sale not haunted because that is a rare thing they're selling feature absolutely so going to meet a character like this in a place where it seems like anything maybe possible leads into my expectations about what to believe about the office are will be dealt with believe he has a physiological response to ingesting human blood so much more than a lost he believes you know there are certain nutrients that he can't receive by normal fruit any needs human blood to stay healthy and that was ours is a local fixture there in the French Quarter he works at this place called voodoo of indica he is a really a strong community figure their income to learn he's a vampire house which is called the mystic house of echoes is actually a community group it's a vampire house which they call the group or vicar of vampires and this community oriented group actually feeds the homeless through vents they set up tents and go to Jackson square and pullup chickens and then pour soup so automatically but also very defining that vampire expectation you're expecting to go in and cover that vampires are feeding on the homeless and not feeding the homeless so right away you know meeting dolphins are with was interesting because he's very charismatic character long black hair tied back in no thanks right so again that was my next question well that's kind of a disappointment no thanks right you know what's funny is that for us are real and some of the phenomenon or relationship to it or even sort of a fringe outsider groups that embrace the personage the archetypes that we relate to horror and the supernatural more often than not it's also Monday at points in time so all those are he had the pull back here has a lineage and history I think it was also wearing a Marvel Comics teacher right so it was after this army to to really you feel into what his story was as a human being and not just right he's supposed to wear ruffled you know a ruffled shirt and is vintage clothing but here is it a Marvel T. shirt what do you sound like you know are add a little bit of a New Orleans trawl if I can say that I'm sure there's listeners from their eyes I'm sure I'm not saying that appropriately but he had a little bit of a southern accent and he was very articulate he was very plotting with how we communicated messaging and you could see that he was trained at some point in time of our conversation because you could see that specially upon first contact expecting the level of scrutiny for me as it is Hey here's another producer coming in wanting to get my story well here it goes and only giving as much as required I think that comes with history of vampires you know sort of being a files being a source of fear and perhaps rightfully so in some situations in both of her situation not so much and so it took him awhile to kind of let his guard down and I awarded him a level of trust you know for interview we walked around town he should be the size of the lawn first nationally and I invited them up to my hotel room I invited him through the threshold and open the myspace with that's right if once you do that once you and you have to invite them in other ways they can enter it yeah absolutely so that was metaphorically I think my all of French extending to him thing like you can trust me I'm trusting you here we go but honestly the thing with office or is it really is an interesting community leader he's no not just in New Orleans but all around the world and how it sort of works with him is Balthus are forms contracts with a set of donors that include frequent health tests and so you know it'll be found them into these contracts I think they're very similar to the maybe with adopted in the search of the BDSM community this sort of slave like contract this seems ominous but is more sort of pomp and circumstance than anything else bill all of them will submit to frequent health tests to make sure that they're on the up and up and held the ritual actually works is still taking a sharp never used before scalpel he'll cut technically the factor of these donors and lips the skin he will suck out as much as the leader of human blood on it in in one setting who are these individuals that agreed to this you know it's interesting because I think it's a hard question answer because there's not one answer I guess I guess I can say that they come from all walks of life according to the office are I met one of the donors of very pleasant woman who is a co worker at the voodoo shop with him there are others that are family friends per se that or the professionals that have formed a relationship you know I was interested and I think you would probably be as well and what are their motivations for this one are the donors receiving out of this exactly exactly it's unclear to me I think that each of them are receiving something unique to them is there a sexual component to it perhaps in some situations are not always Balcazar who it is a game man you know expressed to me that you know he has three donors he has a day donors he has women donors says donors come from all walks of life and all have other reasons to exchange this so I I mean I think there is a belief beyond the physiological response that officer believes he gets by injecting the blood that the donors receive something maybe if not physiologically me spiritually through this that we did stress that voodoo is perhaps his religion whereas there is not a religious component to the vampirism the vampirism is strictly a sort of a health and wellness routine it's taking care of himself so he told me a very interesting story about how we actually first realized that this happened if you want me sure that real quick Richard yes we do yeah we have about about seventy minutes here so I'd love to hear that hello you know Valvasor grew up we've not the easiest of life you know it is not the best of situations as he described you can go into full detail about what all that meant but I got the idea that it was a little bit of a tough upbringing and he first realized that he needed human blood well actually defending his sister from certainly abusive family member during a physical altercation he actually tackles and and battles the family member who is much larger than him and as a family member had him pinned down to the ground alphas are as a child you know and this point week very sickly child himself is are pinned down and all the officer can do to fight back if we keep down on the user's neck and at that moment the first time that he ever had that warm case okay one in his mouth down the road individuality and for the rest of the day it was as if he were finally a normal kids sick we kind of you know let's keep Ted it was climbing and playing with all the neighborhood kids in and this is noticed by actually a family friend who they themselves for a vampire and with permission from the officer's parents actually took office are under their wing you know this family friend approached him and said you know under their metaphorical wing I'm hoping very good very good me too that should have been a question I asked Richard and I didn't wasn't a bat wings yeah right who's to say you know honestly put you for everything that's said about dolphins are and his response to this and turning something that is seemingly ominous into something so positive especially for the community of New Orleans according about a server that's not always the most common thing and that the vampire houses these groups these vicar of vampires are everywhere I learned that there in every city every country in the world real vampires drinking human blood feasting on human life are intact your mother other trappings yes right yep perish the thought are there other traits like for example does he have an aversion to light does he I'm not trying to be flippant here I'm really genuinely trying to understand if they sleep in coffins yeah that's interesting I he didn't reveal any of those yet I do know within the community there are notions of being the first to life for example there are other things that are more stereotypical archetypes about the convulsions of what as the or the reflections of what's the vampires are like garlic and you know they don't have a they don't have a reflection you know funny enough a little aside here is these were things that I had tested on Balfour himself and I didn't really notice until after the fact so when I exit it invited him across the threshold to come upstairs to my room to finish the conversation in a quiet setting the elevator that we wrote and was surrounded by mirrors and Valvasor always there it every single day he did not disappear and it's one thing they know is right the last myself and then we kept it back a little disrespectful but these are the things that when you're approaching the archetypal figures you do have these questions like okay well if this is really what this is all so I also realize that I had eight at a tremendous garlicky meal I think again in pounds in New Orleans that trip trip through the PDAs in the mood for a letter in the.

producer rice Jim Perry Matt
"host producer" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"host producer" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"We are back with Jim Perry host producer of the you for Matt podcast and Jim we're all familiar with and rice's debut novel interview with the vampire which came out almost forty five years ago did you sat down and had dinner with a vampire now a we talking about someone who you know believes is a vampire or someone that you believe was a vampire all right I mean I guess a little of both so I travel back to New Orleans to meet a man named Valvasor a Shanti some who is a priest in ordained minister he is the elder of a group call the mystic house of echoes and according to his beliefs and others it's a real vampire and or if we reach the first thing I did upon arriving to New Orleans or head to a witch craft shop to find some protective items because at that point in the trip I was tired I was puzzled I was weak I was on the road for three weeks at that point in other words I was you know sort of left wide open dealing with energies who do and vamp hearing that I've never encountered before so I just want to be safe come to find out Richard New Orleans is so haunted but I thought real estate signs advertise the house ads for sale not haunted because that is a rare thing they're also selling feature absolutely so going to meet a character like this in a place where it seems like anything maybe possible lead in my expectations about what to believe about golfers are dealt with believe he has a physiological response to ingesting human blood so much more than a lost he believes you know there are certain nutrients that it it received by normal food any needs human blood to stay healthy and that was ours is a local fixture there in the French Quarter he works at this place called voodoo authentic us he is a really a strong community figure their income to learn he's a vampire house which is called the mystic house of echoes it's actually a community group it's a vampire house which they call the group or vicar of vampires and this community oriented group actually feeds the homeless thoroughbreds they set up tents and go to Jackson square and pull up chicken and pork soup so automatically Gulf of hers defining that vampire expectation you're expecting to go in and cover that vampires are feeding on the homeless and not feeding the homeless so right away you know meeting officer which was interesting because he's very charismatic character long black hair tied back in no fangs right so again that was my next question well that's kind of a disappointment no thanks right you know what's funny is that forests are real and some of the phenomenon or relationship to it or even sort of a fringe outsider groups that embrace the personage the art type that we relate to horror and the supernatural more often than not it's also Monday at points in time so those are have the pull back here had lineage and history I think it was also wearing a Marvel Comics Fisher right so it was off to this army took to really I'm feeling to what his story was as a human being and not just the right he's supposed to wear ruffled you know a ruffled shirt and vintage clothing but here is it a Marvel T. shirt what if you sound like you know are add a little bit of a New Orleans trawl if I can say that I'm sure there's listeners from their eyes I'm sure I'm not saying that appropriately but he had a little bit of a southern accent and he was very articulate he was very plotting with how it communicated messaging and you could see that he was trained at some point in time of our conversation because you could see that specially upon first contact expecting a level of scrutiny from me as this Hey here's another producer coming and wanting to get my story well here it goes and only giving as much as required I think that comes from history of vampires you know sort of being a files being a source of fear and perhaps rightfully so in some situations in both of her situation not so much in so it took him awhile.

producer Jim Perry Matt
"host producer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

13:27 min | 1 year ago

"host producer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Perry the host producer of the paranormal podcast you format a gym before you proceed ahead of people subscribe and listen thanks for asking that Richard the easiest way is to go to you for that dot com there will be a lot of easy links for how to subscribe rate review follow on Spotify cetera and in fact on our feed tonight I posted a new episode that says coast to coast listeners start here and it's just a great episode to get you into the series see with the five the feel is and that's the best way you for that dot com that's P. U. P. H. O. M. ET dot com in the of the little thumbnail is a moth explained you know the model is really interesting to me as its relationship to life and death for one you know if it's a mythical it's a it's a mix of coal sign of approaching death of of a reverence for life as a reincarnation end on face value I just like the notion that marks are typically falling towards the light right they're flying out of the shadows to something illuminated and I hope that's what I'm doing with the show and with the story you mentioned the city ranch is awesome Sasquatch tracks or what appeared to be Sasquatch tracks tracks there is another incident in which you you may have and we stress may have communicated with the Sasquatch via which you describe as a secret code can you tell me about that yeah absolutely this was a very interesting assignment for you for that I'll go ahead and explain the subject and how I even came to the story one day a middle aged man named Brian bland who I believe maybe you've spoken to before is walking his dog yes I have yes it right I thought so yeah so he's walking his dog in the foothills of the rugged mountains of British Columbia when he gets an almost psychic sense that someone or something is reaching out and it's it's calling him to the mountain forest so almost in a way where you know it's kind of walking welcoming him to going find a discovery so what happens is he he breaks away and goes out and he's he's met with these unbelievable sort of stick in branch structures everywhere and these trees we've been to tone him and wonders if he can stay and continue to see the same shape as he continues to go up there of these patterns if there's something bigger to all this so it compelled him to do some researching and asking advice from folks like its first nation friend any discovered there is a belief that these repeating symbols that he's been seeing are created by five o'clock and these glyphs as they're called are actually used to communicate with humans and identify individuals Sasquatch families moving through these remote mountain so I heard about that and I made my way to British Columbia I was with the producer healthy Weber Smith from American hysteria and we drove deep into the woods with Brian now all state you know on assignment with the stuff when you're driving beat out in the wilderness with absolute strangers with unbelievable stories you're hoping that something like paranormal happens in that case and you're not getting into something like more reality based like a you know in my gonna be left out here and will we be murdered you've just you never really know but Brian was a class act he was a great guy we were sent out to me this new family of his the Sasquatch family he described after an initial awakening of sorts by communicating and communing with the questionably he finds a group of folks online who actually meet message boards to get together and be told what these signals could me he was then introduced to a Sasquatch in person shortly after he says that physical creatures started to appear to him and many times actually sort of come to him in a translucent state and almost the fading between here and somewhere else and he goes on to detail as the relationship of all and more trust is earned with the Sasquatch family he details actually playing the game with half watch children you know throwing rocks together within adolescence has collection and believe as well as this group that the message they are trying to impart about is resoundingly the existence of their existence itself as the country we believe that in knowing about their existence from certain individuals will actually help raise the level of consciousness of human so we went out there he took at the some of the site he showed some of the stick formation and there were repeat if you could let me just jump in here Jim if you could describe these glyphs or sigils as some would say little about Richard and you know like that I'm very truthful in my interpretations of these things because I like to keep a little bit of a skeptical side one foot in and one foot out in all of this some of these Glisson said Jules are simple as proceeding patterns or number she held on the ground as branches had maybe fell from the sky and landed in specific arrangements could a hiker stumbled through create some letter eighties with some sticks and branches perhaps these are the sort of things that were most typical where they get interesting for Brian in the community are finding ones that are more ornate so you'll have eventually the shapes that are built out of locks information they're repeated along trails over a matter of weeks or months or even years some reports and they they found this notion that he's related individual Sasquatch they gave me even if this individual Sasquatch based off these cliffs they found some of the other things that Brian has found were similar to what we've seen others ask watch researchers investigators it you know point two definitive proof of something with incredible strength and size you know the ending in shaping large trees in the middle pretty incredible creative formations he's come across that this time as well like shelters is that what they were building nests or shelters yeah something you know he's come across things that look like they could be don't you know so the notion that there could be a community of family a fast watch building temporary shelters and leaving them there and some trace of their existence is something they really believe what I experienced personally with my producer you know I didn't see anything of that nature but I saw photographs and I read through the posts on the board they have a really great like Facebook group that I'm still part of at the end of the day what really connected me with Brian though was was with one instance the theme to the really transcend whatever sort of anecdotal investigative mode here after his mother passed he took time away from the mountain he was close with his mom this very tragic he was pulled back down into real life essentially grieving and healing when at one of his lowest points he goes outside of his you know sort of suburban home approach to this car the funny one of these noteworthy cliff it you know Dave targeted at the name of one of the leaders of the Sasquatch family sitting right in front of his car he's a he's a pretty private man he believes that it wasn't you know someone playing a trick or to get one over on him he believes that that number the Sasquatch family connected and resonated with him in a way where they wanted to show him that they care about him and he wanted to give him a caring message and so for me whatever that means whatever the sort of three D. reality tunnel legitimacy if something like this actually happening it doesn't really matter to me I think what's true undoubtably about the stories that there's a a motional connection between this notion of his relationship with her that's quite friendly and how much there's players there and I think a lot of people can find a I don't know warm embrace by the anomalous in that way you know maybe when there's not other family even around there's something about the other side that can take us in a local it's been about a year and a half maybe closer to two years since I spoke with Brian bland have you have you been in contact with him more recently or are there any updates to this story you know I have and you'll probably be excited to know that their community has just grown exponentially and there's actually something similar to like sort of branches or offshoot Facebook groups and message boards that have sprung up from people all over the world Richard they're now getting together to go out into their local wilderness and see if they can you know use these tips and tricks and techniques that others have already to make some connect connection with Sasquatch families in their area what's interesting about it is they've started to discover we occurring it across the world the simple life maybe not just one specific Sasquatch family but a number of southwest families or the other thing to consider is that while R. these individual Sasquatch is if these glyphs actually symbolizes this individual are they trained him in a way that we could never imagine before hello one of the things that's interesting about this group added skills are the growth larger the ideas and the concepts are still wild and free and open to interpretation about what all this could be what is our relationship to be using these things and what are they trying to tell us and I think that's a really refreshing perspective in twenty twenty right you know approaching the super natural and the anomalies from a from a place of curiosity and wonder held the other thing about Brian if you really bad because of is pandemic they had a an event in September that I was planning to go and plans to record more in C. Brian again with this great big gathering out in the woods in British Columbia I was excited to go and see crying again what a wonderful guy really loves music and is a great singer like I don't know if you knew that about him but the whole trip into the forest we were serenaded by him so it is a soulful man right I I didn't know that about him but now that you mention it you know with the of the sheltering in place and so forth you're not able to get out on the road what is the status of of of you from it are you in hiatus or are you producing more studio type pieces yeah I I've been producing more studio type pieces I've been bringing some friends on doing interviews doing a little bit of an ode to late night talk radio the little tip of the cap.

Perry producer Richard Spotify
"host producer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"host producer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"TV host producer and author Mike Rowe has made a career and a focusing on and caring about the working class the people that make a difference you never know where they're going to come from and the corona virus crisis hasn't stopped one of his latest endeavors in fact he's become a focus it's been kind of a phenomenon eight use that word it sounds kind of grand but we think it's had nearly four hundred billion views it's the fourth season of his streaming show returning the favor you know it's on Facebook so people see it all over the world but it started here about three years ago it was just a very simple attempt to shine a light on anonymous people in small towns for the most part doing things to dramatically improve the state of their community and you know we show up we surprised those people we give them something that allows them to do more of what they're doing anyway so that laid the groundwork for the coasted additions of the show we found a kid in Gaithersburg Maryland who's making kits for elderly people survival kits really for people's stuck in nursing homes it was capital bell and his grandmother was in a nursing home and so he got her one of these kids while he was there of course you saw all these other old people who were lonesome and sad and in need of the basics so this kid took his six hundred dollar life savings started putting these kids together and getting them to people who were shot at we heard the story we decided it would be nice to surprise him with a zoom calls we got his mother involved I got my mother and told everybody soon all across the country we give the kids six hundred Bucks to replenishes life savings and then we gave his mom ten grand for his future education and most importantly we just told his story and as a result hundreds of people all over the country kids in this case are doing exactly what capital Bella story so it's it's really not much different than the original concept we're just we're just again playing the cards we have been doing the best we can with these weirdly limited resources and it's it's so heartwarming to hear stories like that and to know that they can catch fire is sort of that goodness can can help it's reassuring to know that it's still just kind of runs through America's veins if you will that tendency toward goodness and wanting to help people you spend a lot of your career though focusing on middle America in the working class in general what's your biggest concern for the working class during you know from your experience working with them in their shoes uses the tendency in the species to make Thursday like Wednesday and Wednesday like Tuesday and we all get caught in patterns and it's almost impossible not to be is a bad patters so I worry that it's going to be difficult for people to get out of that frame of mind until the switch is flicked and I don't think a switch is going to be flipped the way people are anticipating what I've tried to do with the shows that I work on and it's not always obvious but if you look back at thirty jobs for instance many people recall it as a love letter to blue collar work and it was that but that's not all it was was also a love letter to entrepreneurship and freelancing and gigging and and independence and personal responsibility and attitude and all of that stuff combined with the mastery of a skill right so the the people I'm not worried about or people who've mastered a useful skill that's in demand when we come through this they're going to be busier than they've ever been the people I do worry about or people who is never really sought entrepreneurial late and it never really considered the value of this call is central versus non essential it is all other conversations that words being thrown around a lot right now but what we're seeing now is the importance of essential workers but at the same time record being confronted with this reality that in the age of corona there's really no such thing as a nonessential workers if you look at the seventeen million people who are out of work right now right there by definition they lost their jobs because the jobs weren't essential but by the same token the fact that they're out of work has created such a disaster's impact on our economy but you can't call them nonessential it's also not hard to imagine that all of this could have you know a big impact on jobs in the future could really change the way things are structured in the way things function you see that is maybe a good or a bad thing or a little of both well I see it as an extension of the freelance mentality which I've always been a huge fan I always look at what I do through the lens of a freelancer and a tradesman even though I don't work in the construction trades with the with the skilled trades I've always looked at my work that way and and and I do that because it makes me feel good it makes me feel in control it makes me feel like all right I have a skill so wherever I go to school goes with me and I have to I can find work way to work in my chosen field you know that mentality I think is what is really powerful but I'm sorry to say that that mentality has been under well not overstated but but under attack really for decades people don't look fondly at freelancing anymore in fact that we don't call it freelancing we colleague and the gig economy is something that a lot of people criticized because it comes with a certain amount of risk and you have to assume that risk in the gig economy here in California they've passed laws to make it all but impossible to freelance they want everyone to be an employee right and I understand why they're doing it we don't want people to be taken advantage of or so goes the argument but the more risk you eliminate from the business of earning a living the more unintended consequences come to bear and in this case people stop thinking in terms of eating what they kill they stop thinking in terms of finding opportunities and they began to default to the inertia but I was talking about before showing up punching a clock signing a document getting a check and in that way I think we we disassociate and we disconnect from the business of work I do want to ask about your mom's book I I love that it's her second book at age eighty two and I especially love and she says it took her eighty years to find her voice and now she can't shut up hello my god but I would take to get from a guy who grew up with her she had her voice a long time ago she just wasn't putting it on the page as much as she used to and she's always she's always written the stories I've always written her stories back we we critique each other deep down we each sensor solves writers you know but it really wasn't until social media came along and I read one of her stories from three four years ago on my Facebook page it reached seventy million people and that's when I was like mom look you you do have a voice and now you have a platform and that you have people drumming their fingers on the table they they want to hear what you have to say and and god bless her she did it you know she just went away and she wrote a book so her most recent book is called about your father and other celebrities I have known and it's thirty hysterical stories about my dad so my mother basically right she does what she wants to do she writes what she wants to write she heard her main audience at a glance appears to be for a couple hundred thousand little Facebook friends but in reality and this is a lesson I think a lot of people can learn from my mom in reality she writes to please herself first and foremost she's writing to amuse herself but he's managed to do it in a way that also uses a lot of other people and that's how we get schooled by a former school teacher thank you Pedro so anyone who needs a reason to smile we certainly all do need reasons to smile they can.

producer Mike Rowe
"host producer" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Epic Achiever with host Marcus Aurelius Anderson

Conscious Millionaire Epic Achiever with host Marcus Aurelius Anderson

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"host producer" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Epic Achiever with host Marcus Aurelius Anderson

"And like that. And by the way those exercises I just helped me as an entrepreneur through it really. Does I know that when I can challenge myself physically I can get out there and do this. This piddly asked. I need to do an in run a business and everything I know that Marcus. You're a big believer in exercise as optimal. That's an yeah. It's so so true. Bob Joe Thank you so much for your wisdom for sharing your gift of adversity. Thank you so much for being here today. Walk thank you thank you. I WanNa thank you so much for tuning into the conscious Selena epic achiever show. If you're listening right now. You are in epic achiever. Who can turn your adversity into an epic win and as a reminder check out the show notes and everything about today's episode at conscious millionaire epic Dot Com? If you found this podcast valuable please share it on social media or with a friend who needs to hear it. Also please subscribe and leave us review on Itunes to help us grow in the rankings to spread this valuable content to help others. Who Need to hear it? And once again Bob Show thank you so much for being here my friend you thank you. Thanks for listening to conscious millionaire media. PODCAST radio network the host producer and owner of the show distributors and broadcast media. Make no claims that the strategies and information cussing show results in providence and may result in losses. The opinions advice from the host guests do not necessarily represent those are the owner staff management or broadcasters of the show illegal accounting or financial or health advice is made in the show. Your advice to seek counsel naturally to Your Business Financial investments or other legal matters from license advisors always going to tell you a physician or license advisor prior to making any changes in your diet exercise program planning any health strategies or information discussed on the shows elephant provided baby suitable for your situation as always take full responsibility for decisions and actions. You take including responses that they create and your health..

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"host producer" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"host producer" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Your host John celebrate the national dog show and help raise funds for hurricane relief Emmy Award winning host and executive producer of watch what happens live Andy Cohen and his dog walk a team up to encourage dog owners to join Purina's hashtag dog thinking movement ninety co one is an Emmy Award winning host producer and author best known as the host and executive producer of watch what happens live Bravo as late night interactive talk show the series is the only live show in late night and features everyone from big names in pop culture including Oprah Winfrey shared lady Gaga Meryl Streep Jennifer Lopez will Ferrell and Jimmy Fallon he also serves as executive producer of the real housewives franchise and hosting that works highly rated reunion specials it is ten years as executive at Bravo he's responsible for shows like project runway one of my favorite top chef queer eye the millionaire matchmaker work out Kathy Griffin my life on the D. list the A. list awards and many others I want to walk around to the program right now none other than himself Emmy Award winner Mr Andy Cohen Hey any how you doing walking the talk and pets thank you so much for others it's great to have you on the show with this I want to ask you actually tells a little bit about the national dog show how you're involved in I know it's presented by Purina but tell us a little bit about the show well it airs at noon on thanksgiving on and beat the coast to coast their two thousand dogs a hundred and seventy five breeze and one that in show winner it's presented by Serena and job actually doing something cool you know I love my dog walkers and I was post on social media about him a lot but your readers doing something called dog thinking where if you pose from today through the Sunday after thanksgiving and hashtag dog banking and tag your Reno and say why your past is the past they will give a dollar for every post the greater good dot org and that money is for.

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"host producer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"host producer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"host producer" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"host producer" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Trump your music. You connected to all songs considered. It's global fest. Twenty nineteen I'm Bob Boylan. I am in the studio with honest as as soukous our reporter for NPR music covers culture from all over the world. Well gum, and then brought Weisberg is here. Transpacific sound paradise from W FM you. Thanks. Thank you. Joining us for the first time Catalina Maria Johnson. Hello there music journalists host producer of beat Latino. Chicago public media's vocal Nobody'd be here. Welcome welcome. Welcome or miss banning air this year banning his where Madagascar. Aw. I'm having a hard time hearing sorry. Let's not let's listen to this music, which is this is the music of forty seven soul. We'll come back and talk about them. No, my parents. No country. No. To the peasants of. Honest, as you do you want to tell us about this remarkable big bass drum lead singers Olympic based drum pounding this pounding the hell out of you. Yeah. This is a group of four guys all whom are of Palestinian descent, and they take the they call themselves electronic dabka. So they take this folk form from not just Palestine, but throughout that areas of the eastern half of the Mediterranean, like if you think of as a circle all those countries around there, they they have the stand style and on top of that dub copied they layer since an MCA, and and some big kind of big lusty courses talking about Palestinian issues, and they were formed in Jordan a few years ago. But one of the members grew up in DC two of them. I think in Jordan and the other one in Israel, but they're sort of United under this FRANZ and their music is I think super catchy super danceable super good for air drumming. On uniting, it feels in terms of message totally totally that first one was kind of their theme song though, and kinda my favorite. It's from their first album. They have a new home out but into the sham step, which is what? Call their trademark narration of. Yes. Yes. Shems is this area of the eastern Mediterranean Haas countries, and they sort of use that term to call sham step kind. Let dub step the little different twist on that. What was interesting to me about seeing them here. And is that the often mentioned that they are fighting for the right to move the right to have movement the freedom of movement and that comes through. They celebrate it. But you also get the struggle of not having the freedom of movement. And that's also something they talk about. They talk about the universal right to move around that it's the right for all people. And I think they tried really hard to not localize their message. I mean, there's some stuff that's definitely Palestinian related, but they've clearly made a big move to say the one of their refrains is all land is holy land in all people are chosen people. And obviously there are political messages in there. But I think it's also this this. Bid for universality and inclusion that everybody can get behind at least on the dance floor and one of the other songs with. I remember the words we we as people we moved when others didn't. And now everybody moves, and then they you know, we are also bound now as well. And so that's what at what the name of the band refers to two is forty seven was the last year that people of Palestinian heritage had free movement across borders. Wow. Yeah. So that's sort of embedded. It's it's really in their DNA for those who've never been global fest is a music festival. Top january. It's twelve bands. Or last night was eleven because the great mighty Sparrow. Couldn't be there for health reasons. So it's it's roughly a dozen bands on three stages over the course of an evening. It is just a fantastic evening of music of never done. It you want something to kick off your year. And and for many people. Find musically never ever discovered. It's a thrill. A lot of walking up and down stairs. But it's real. Titan. New Year's resolutions of to stripe. Exercise. Right. Exactly, one of the more mazing bands was a band from Cuba..

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