35 Burst results for "Ian Ian"

"ian " Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

03:03 min | 3 d ago

"ian " Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"I have with me. Dr ian brooks and up in brooks. He is a life coach. Deputy brooks is just the key to life. He is a a clinical psychologist right. Okay understanding skating. He he's he's not that great he's this great. How you doing in our you. I am doing very good now. Shares here. Because i've been wanting to one here and Dissed talkie known looking looking forward to look a little while since we've connected but look important finally getting a chance to kind of go back and forth and have some great dialogue. Yes yes for sure for sure. Let me i. I wanted to stop it in. When you hear the words we hear the word of phrase The word the words knowing your knowing your value and potential when you share that in your own words like what comes to your mind. Sure it's I know to a big question for for a lot of a lot of us What does our value really mean and purpose what resonates with me in particular is knowing self right as the adage goes. It's about personal awareness. It's bound confidence and self reflection. So when i think about self worth. That's oftentimes we assume that attributed to us by others or reinforced. What our value really need could be a title could be our partners. It could be our children and that's pawns to those external entities but when i about our value it really starts with knowing who i am knowing the value i bring to the table agnostic of what is provided back to me from the outside world now the outside will provide reinforcement but that confidence lies is bestowed upon me in my belief. Am i self efficacy now. With i think about purpose our purpose is aligned to that confidence in doing what we feel is right in what we feel makes us happy that we're contributing in some way shape or form to others to ourselves. It's that idea in my mind of being intentional with what we do. And what we hold the most value towards and that's what our purpose in my mind really reflects

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Intentions With Dr. Ian Brooks

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

03:03 min | 3 d ago

Intentions With Dr. Ian Brooks

"I have with me. Dr ian brooks and up in brooks. He is a life coach. Deputy brooks is just the key to life. He is a a clinical psychologist right. Okay understanding skating. He he's he's not that great he's this great. How you doing in our you. I am doing very good now. Shares here. Because i've been wanting to one here and Dissed talkie known looking looking forward to look a little while since we've connected but look important finally getting a chance to kind of go back and forth and have some great dialogue. Yes yes for sure for sure. Let me i. I wanted to stop it in. When you hear the words we hear the word of phrase The word the words knowing your knowing your value and potential when you share that in your own words like what comes to your mind. Sure it's I know to a big question for for a lot of a lot of us What does our value really mean and purpose what resonates with me in particular is knowing self right as the adage goes. It's about personal awareness. It's bound confidence and self reflection. So when i think about self worth. That's oftentimes we assume that attributed to us by others or reinforced. What our value really need could be a title could be our partners. It could be our children and that's pawns to those external entities but when i about our value it really starts with knowing who i am knowing the value i bring to the table agnostic of what is provided back to me from the outside world now the outside will provide reinforcement but that confidence lies is bestowed upon me in my belief. Am i self efficacy now. With i think about purpose our purpose is aligned to that confidence in doing what we feel is right in what we feel makes us happy that we're contributing in some way shape or form to others to ourselves. It's that idea in my mind of being intentional with what we do. And what we hold the most value towards and that's what our purpose in my mind really reflects

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Using Google's Model for AI Maturity

AI in Business

02:20 min | 5 d ago

Using Google's Model for AI Maturity

"So glad we're able to chat again here and i i know today we're gonna talking about this general idea of ai. Maturity i want to get your perspective on what. Ai maturity is in terms of how you define who we do. But i'd love to hear your words and also why it's important to understand. What does anybody even need to know how mature we are. How does that add actual values. So if you could t- that up. But i'd love to start their sure there again. Gret three talking to you again and this is again a topic. That's super interesting. So i think i think all journeys you start with the end in mind and then you've got to calibrate. How do you get to the end. And so it's important to know what are the elements that are involved and where you are in majority in that journey so in a sense you know think about it. You know at a daily just looking at the outside. I actually seen three phases and then i talked about a framework of ian who will use to evaluate with offers are in our customers are in the majority jedi. Three phase of that talk about is very visual letting everybody you look is when a company starts japanese even a and they have be both starting up there on the i. It's a good place to be thinking about. People are self learning the getting been the getting discharged for shopping side. And then of course you see the companies realize it. Okay you got bringing some or this is going to be critical to our business to be competitive. And then he stopped. Seeing the data officer steve analytics. So thumbing through these are those that come into bringing in some were ordered impetus into into this idiot and then more often than not reporting to the ceo or likely aligned with that you've visible because this panel becomes his new new stream that they're trying to do and the majority course when it happens. When via the company's tips back in august thinking about you know how to look at becoming data driven driven from the mindset home business process might say someone talend mindset from operating model mindset. And that's majority. And there'd be heartless video operate out there in that they're digital needs. A lot of them have grownup is yes yes yes yes it will week

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Interview With Pallab Deb of Google Cloud

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

02:20 min | 5 d ago

Interview With Pallab Deb of Google Cloud

"So glad we're able to chat again here and i i know today we're gonna talking about this general idea of ai. Maturity i want to get your perspective on what. Ai maturity is in terms of how you define who we do. But i'd love to hear your words and also why it's important to understand. What does anybody even need to know how mature we are. How does that add actual values. So if you could t- that up. But i'd love to start their sure there again. Gret three talking to you again and this is again a topic. That's super interesting. So i think i think all journeys you start with the end in mind and then you've got to calibrate. How do you get to the end. And so it's important to know what are the elements that are involved and where you are in majority in that journey so in a sense you know think about it. You know at a daily just looking at the outside. I actually seen three phases and then i talked about a framework of ian. Who will use to evaluate with are in our customers are in the majority jedi. Three phase of that talk about just very visual getting everything you look is when a company starts japanese even a and they have be both starting up there on the i. It's a good place to be thinking about. People are self learning the getting been good getting discharged for shopping side and then of course you see the companies realize it. Okay you got bringing some or this is going to be critical to our business to be competitive. And then he stopped seeing the data officer Off so stemming These are those that come into. Bringing some were ordered impetus into into this idiot and then more often than not reporting to the ceo or likely aligned with that you've visible because this panel becomes his new new stream that they're trying to do and the majority course when it happens when via the company tips back in august thinking about you know how to look at becoming data driven iae driven from the mindset home business process might say someone talend mindset from operating model mindset. And that's majority. And there'd be heartless video operate out there in that they're digital natives. A lot of them have grownup is yes yes. Yes yes will week.

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Pederson Homers in 3rd Straight Game, Cubs Beat Cards 7-2

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Pederson Homers in 3rd Straight Game, Cubs Beat Cards 7-2

"Jack Peterson homered for the third straight game in the cubs put together a five run second in a seven to trouncing the cardinals Ian happ put the cubs ahead with a two run blast in the second and Sergio Alcantara added a solo blast in the third Kyle Hendricks tossed six solid innings for a sixth consecutive victory at Chicago seventh in its last eleven games no one are not and Paul the young hit home runs for the cardinals who have dropped ten of twelve to fall to five hundred for the first time since April twenty eighth John Gant was chased in the second inning and felt a form for I'm Dave Ferrie

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Ice Shelf Protecting Antarctic Glacier Is Breaking up Faster

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Ice Shelf Protecting Antarctic Glacier Is Breaking up Faster

"A new study says a critical Antarctic glacier is looking more vulnerable as satellite images show the ice shelf that blocks it from collapsing into the sea is breaking up a lot faster than before the pine island glacier's ice shelf loss xcelerated in twenty seventeen causing scientists to worry that with climate change the glacier's collapse could happen a lot sooner than the many centuries predicted the study's lead author is Ian jock in a university of Washington glaciologist who says long shore winds tend to bring more penetrating deep water into the cavity which leads to melting that spend the glacier up that cause more fracturing that because this part to break off and there's a potential feedback you know now that it's twelve percent more the ice shelf maybe have been weakened that much more according to a study in Friday science advances the ice shelf has retreated by twelve miles between twenty seventeen to twenty twenty I'm Shelley handler

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Follow the Money on Wuhan Lab Leak Theory

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | Last week

Follow the Money on Wuhan Lab Leak Theory

"The story. I was telling you about four. It's called Beijing's useful idiots. It's in my newsletter and I strongly Strongly Strongly encourage you to read it. Kind of like God, Tom Cruise from a few good men. I object. I strenuously object. Well, I don't strenuously object. You reading this article, Beijing's useful idiots. It's an unheard dot com By Ian Burrell. It is a damning indictment of the science infrastructure that was used to wave you off the lab league theory. We all know what happened now we all know it's likely matter of fact, I believe at this point probable that this virus leaked from a lab covid 19, obviously. That's not the story. We know that the story is. How are we waved off it for so long? And how were we? Conservatives attacked for promoting man that phone lines lit up fast? Sorry, Producer Mike Well, this article just on dresses everyone behind it rather than going through the beginning. I discussed earlier on my show. I'm gonna discuss this part because it matters. Here's a quote from the peace again. It's in my newsletter today, Bongino dot com slash newsletter. If you want to check it out. Bunch Basia. Beijing's useful idiots. It's important to get to motive. Motive matters. Why? Why did people at nature science magazines respect? Formerly respected science journals, The Lancet nature or why did they? Why were they so invested in making the most likely theory disappearing? Ladies and gentlemen, if you're at home, you know right now, the answer. You know it. What's the answer? Follow the money. Always follow the money. Follow the money trail. You will always get your answer every single time.

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What Bamboo Learning Does - Ian Freed CEO of Bamboo Learning and Head of Amazon Devices When Alexa Launched - Voicebot Podcast Ep 212 - burst 04

The Voicebot Podcast

00:35 sec | Last week

What Bamboo Learning Does - Ian Freed CEO of Bamboo Learning and Head of Amazon Devices When Alexa Launched - Voicebot Podcast Ep 212 - burst 04

"I'm an freed co founder and ceo of bamboo learning and family learning is a company completely dedicated to educating kids Really in the age range of five through eleven to learn using their voice and we've dedicated the entire company to do that We were founded about three years ago. And we've developed a number of alexa skills. I think we're up to seven now Covering different subjects that kids learn in school and even some that maybe they don't learn in school

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Interview With Ian Freed CEO of Bamboo Learning

The Voicebot Podcast

01:57 min | Last week

Interview With Ian Freed CEO of Bamboo Learning

"In freed. Welcome to the voice podcast. Thanks so much bread. It's great to be here. thanks for having me on. This is long. I think we talked about two and a half years ago and just for one reason or another it just like the timing never worked out probably mostly my fault but like i know you had different things going on at the time. So long overdue. But there's no timing like the president because there's lots of talk about you've recent announcements with bamboo. You just had another award. I think you guys racked up. We've racked up a lot of those over the years And you're mentioned brad. Stones new book so we can get all of that If if we have time we'll talk about the amazon stuff. But i think we should talk about bamboo. I just listeners. Don't know like in will tell you that. He he worked to amazon for a long time. Was one of the founding members leaders in the alexa team so he had some specific knowledge. There that i think a lot of people like from historical perspective because voiced by listeners. They really loved that history. We've done a lot over the years. But i want to talk about education so in any event you can set it up. Tell people who you are. And let's let's give him an introduction bamboo learning and what it's doing for education and the That's great absolutely and it is great that we finally got together to To have a podcast. The other so I'm an freed co founder and ceo of bamboo learning and family learning is a company completely dedicated to educating kids Really in the age range of five through eleven to learn using their voice and we've dedicated the entire company to do that We were founded about three years ago. And we've developed a number of alexa skills. I think we're up to seven now Covering different subjects that kids learn in school and even some that maybe they don't learn in school

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Taylor Clears Bases in 8-Run Fifth, Dodgers Beat Braves 9-5

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Taylor Clears Bases in 8-Run Fifth, Dodgers Beat Braves 9-5

"The Dodgers erupted for eight runs in the fifth inning of a nine five win over the Braves Chris Taylor capped a huge rally with a three run double that gave Los Angeles an eight one lead pitcher Julio Reavis drove in the fifth inning run with a bunt single for the Dodgers who won easily despite collecting just four hits all in the fifth LA also scored runs on consecutive bases loaded walks in the fifth arena scattered four hits over five innings including Freddie Freeman's first inning Homer Ian Anderson was chased in the fifth charged with four runs on just one hit I see Abby's hit a two run double for Atlanta I'm Dave Ferrie

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The Impossible Disappearance of Brian Shaffer

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

02:26 min | 2 weeks ago

The Impossible Disappearance of Brian Shaffer

"At one fifteen. Am the security camera posted outside. The bar caught. Brian clinton meredith riding up the escalator and extensively heading for the ugly tuna celona forty minutes later at one fifty five. Brian can be seen again on the same security camera chatting with a couple of women out side the bar two security guards stand a few feet away most likely getting ready for the bar crowd to leave after last call at two. Am honestly even thinking about being at a bar at two am makes me tired on the security camera footage. Brian can be seen walking toward the entrance of the bar. But the actual entrance of the bar itself is out of frame as the drunken horrid of college. Students poured out of the bar at closing time. Clint and meredith waited outside for bryant. They called him on his cellphone but he didn't pick up in clinton back inside and check the bathroom but he wasn't there. Clinton meredith then made the assumption that brian had already left and hadn't told them folks. Can we please normalize not leaving your friends at bars. Just because you can't get a hold of them like unless they explicitly said you go ahead. I'll stay here and or they're not like incoherently drunk. Don't leave without your friend. Who gave you know warning that they were going somewhere. Well that's not. How clinton and meredith handle the situation. They assumed nothing was wrong and left But the next morning no one had heard from. Brian girlfriend tried calling him. His father tried calling him. He didn't pickup and then on monday morning. Brian was a no show at the airport for his flight. To miami with alexis by this point nobody had heard from him for almost forty eight hours. That's when everyone officially stopped assuming nothing was his family finally called columbus. Police department filed a missing persons report and shortly thereafter. The search for brian schaefer began

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ASEAN Leaders Plan Myanmar Visit This Week Amid Divisions

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

ASEAN Leaders Plan Myanmar Visit This Week Amid Divisions

"February's coup d'etat. In myanmar presented a considerable diplomatic headache to the association of southeast asian nations or as the on myanmar is a member of as yan and but as he and maintains a general policy of not getting too involved in the internal affairs of its members. However there are indications as the end does understand that. This is at least kind of the problem this week. As yan secretary-general lim jock of brunei will visit me and ma and indonesia mainly is pushing for as to name a specialist myanmar envoy lon join now by ronan lee an academic and author of myanmar's row hindu genocide identity history and hate speech ronin. Thanks for joining us. First of all do we understand how much the the gionta in myanmar might actually care. What as thinks will the will care to the point that they feel is going to affect them the mesh with as enemies five weeks ago since the joint met at a special meeting with the leaders of as and there was a five point. Saints ham dived at that point. But not one of the points in the five point consensus has been delivered on since that diane even an even the appointment of an envoy has some good at the chances that joint oh will allow a representative representative of as ian to land in myanmar. Well that would depend on the calculation that the joint aches. We choose whether or not the would be any any downside for them. By rejecting the arrival of anez ian rent the military in myanmar is very good at delaying things. They've they've done this repeatedly of a many decades and they do that to take the political sting out of situations and to take the impetus away from people who might be able to force them to change their direction.

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Canadians Still Fall for Windows Support Scams

Cyber Security Today

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Canadians Still Fall for Windows Support Scams

"Canadians are getting smarter in refusing to fall for windows tech support scams. These are scans. Were callers pretend to be from microsoft or its partners and claim your computer is infected or they caused messages to pop up asking users to phone a window support number. The goal is to get victims to pay for fake windows fixes according to a briefing for reporters last week by microsoft's digital crimes unit microsoft gats six thousand complaints a month from people around the world about these scams in canada last year. It got just under two thousand two hundred complaints. The good news is that's almost half as many complaints as we're filed in twenty eighteen and that's partly because cybersecurity awareness. Education is succeeding. The bad news is is that of the complaints. Canadians filed last year. Fourteen percent or about three hundred people fell for the scam. Paid money to the crux so a lot of people haven't learned microsoft. Won't phone you. Microsoft partners won't phone you. Microsoft won't make alerts pop up on your screen asking you to phone them. The threat group microsoft nicknames nobel bellingham is added again. this is believed to be a russian based gang. That was behind the attack last year on solar winds in report last week microsoft said it discovered a new series of nobel ian attacks these target more than one hundred fifty organizations mostly in the united states

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The Wild Woman of Brooklyn, and the Peabody Bones

Science Friction

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

The Wild Woman of Brooklyn, and the Peabody Bones

"Starts with a container of bones. I actually didn't know about them before. This project started there in the collection. Of the peyote museum of anthropology and death. -nology anthropology as we know it really in the united states began at just a few institutions in harvard. Being one of them and the peabody museum has really been the center of anthropology at harvard. For over one hundred years and it's collection ease huge in the collections of the museum. There are about one and a quarter million objects works archaeological artifacts cultural objects. It's quite large. I my name's lowering. I am an osteology at the peabody museum of archaeology and ethnology with is also lots of bones right. that's what osteology. It's like lowering investigate in the collections of human and other primate remains and bones. Also what this evolutionary anthropologist wanted to get access to the collection. My name is ian wallace. I'm an assistant professor in the department of anthropology at the university of new mexico. United states and works alongside modern hunter gatherer communities like the tarahumara indigenous to mexico to study. How the way we used our bodies today is at all with how bodies evolved to move. I mean you've just got to look at how much time we spend sitting on our bums in front of screens. Yeah that's that's definitely part of it. As well as the beds that we sleep in and even the ways that we are physically inactive are sort of fascinating because other hunter-gatherers and our ancestors also occasionally physically inactive but they did it in different ways by squatting and not necessarily sitting in these a super comfy chairs that shut off our muscles and that has all sorts of

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8 More Women Report Eastern Michigan University Covered Up Sexual Assaults

The Paul W. Smith Show

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

8 More Women Report Eastern Michigan University Covered Up Sexual Assaults

"University of covering up Ah syriza of sexual assault and manipulating title nine complaints in such a way that it benefited the men accused of rape rather than the women who reported it. Women reported being sexually assaulted at the Delta Tau delta and other fraternity houses between 12, 15 and 2020. A lawsuit was filed at Detroit Federal Court. It's the second lawsuit alleging some Ian you fraternities are rampant with excessive alcohol consumption, harassment and sexual abuse. Firefighters must go to county and northern

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Interview With Ian Dunlap, the Master Investor

Toure Show

01:36 min | Last month

Interview With Ian Dunlap, the Master Investor

"You've been doing a lot of work. Educating and inspiring black people on how to get wealthy via the stock market so break down your basic thesis. How do we get wealthy via the stock market very simple. We have to invest every month. Always try to tell. People get it years prior fifty years prior six years prior when we invested. Oftentimes our grandparents will go back. The money was not there or we invested in insurance. The money wasn't there but now there's a lot more transparency. We have to invest every single month. So even if you put five hundred dollars a month into the market into index fund which exxon is just like a basket or collection of stock. So if you don't know the one pick it gives you a bunch of companies bundled together and over thirty year you can have roughly million dollars depend on if you get anywhere from seven to twelve percent Interest on on those gains. So i mean last year was exceptional because we were at thirty and forty percent. We won't have the same thing this year but year-over-year you showers about twelve percent and then always tell people to get half index funds have technology stocks. And because we are living in technological age we have been since the early nineteen nineties. Like around four That clinton help usher that wave in the does the best blueprint to go with all the companies that we all love. Apple microsoft's zone will run out tesla instagram's owned by facebook. Those are the biggest companies that we are that we have in the world and we should put our money installs companies to be able to secure our.

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Leaf Margins, Paleoclimates, and Continental Movements

In Defense of Plants Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Leaf Margins, Paleoclimates, and Continental Movements

"All right. Dr ian miller. Thank you so much. For coming on the podcast. I'm really excited to talk to you about your research today but before we get there. Let's tell everyone a little bit about who you are in what it is you do. Oh thanks. I'm super excited to be here as well. And so my name is ian miller has said i'm a paleobotanist. I worked at the denver museum of nature and science. Where i'm a curator and i'm also the chair of the earth and space sciences there at the museum run a team of paleontologists and geologists as well as do my own research implants. Uh so that's that's sort of what i do now. I got to this point sort of chasing fossil plants in the american west. Were you always interested in fossil plants. Though i mean that that's an really interesting interest for like a child to get into you. Don't hear that a lot. I mean i was a dinosaur kid. I know a lot of other dinosaur kids out there but fossil plants. I mean it took me a little bit to get to the point where those were interesting but now i would argue. Sometimes they're more interesting than dinosaurs. But that's harris. The i think in a lot of circles is and i. I started all the time constantly. Battling the data serve posts. Make sure that the plants get the same sort of airtime So i was a mineral kit up at eastern washington state. So i was always after you know courts pistols. Pyrite things like that mine tailings. That were there around. The ranch grew up on. So i kind of discovered fossils a little late-game did have this interesting. Formative experience was really little. i was born in seattle. And there's lots of miocene rock around seattle right there on. I five knows eight. Ninety right outside of his supply of my grandfather took me to a road cut. Still remember pulling these fifteen million year old clams out of the hillside in their big like softball-size clams

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Seth Rogen Calls Ted Cruz a Fascist

The Michael Berry Show

01:12 min | Last month

Seth Rogen Calls Ted Cruz a Fascist

"Senator ted cruz is our guest. And it came across the blotter just a few minutes ago. Fox news reporting that. Seth rogan called him a fascist fascist as the new racist. But he doesn't really seem to care what anybody calls him. He just doing his job. But when does the nonsense end you know you. You've got angry rich leftist. Who who just like to throw insults and and You know it. I actually think it's indicative of the environment where ian where there's so much hatred there so much ugliness and there's so much misinformation You know you. And i've talked about this before. I worry that with with social media with the internet that that that tribalist where we're just talking to people who agree with us and so the right listens to right wing media. The lessons left wing media. I if someone disagrees with you you unfriendly them on social media and we don't have shared access shared information anymore. So it's so it's it's like we're living in parallel universes and that i think is good for the country

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Addiction and Sales, with Ian Koniak

Accelerate!

02:37 min | Last month

Addiction and Sales, with Ian Koniak

"As part mental health awareness month were having a number of conversations with a successful people such as yourself that have been affected by issues like addiction. And so we're gonna talk about sobriety my talk about your journey to the extent you feel comfortable in and share some things that could be helpful to other people that are are listening to this might be similarly struggling so appreciate you coming back on absolutely. And that's the goal is to help people may have May be able to relate to some. They're going through. Start at the beginning. So what was your story. I mean what what happens. That's my story with addiction. Starts when i was probably twelve years old. Twelve well starts before i was born. Because like many addicts most addicts have encountered. There's a generational element to it so My father had struggled with with alcohol his whole life. He was an alcoholic and ended up getting sober a couple years before he died but he died. It was already too late. It was a lifetime of of excess for him. He was fifty three years old. Not too long. After that my cousin my first cousin passed away at forty seven years old. He was a wall street banker And was very high stress job and he he left four children and family and unfortunately all this came came pretty close to home but i never really acknowledged the fact that i had any problems. The diction in fact. I said i am not going to be like my family. I'm not going to be like my father. My cousin my brother all the males pretty much. My family struggle with us. And i i just was always a high performer in work and in sales so i thought you know what this is something that i that. I don't have a problem with what happened. Is i just kind of pushed in the closet and i kept a lot of secrets and because it never got to a point until fairly recently where it affected my family or in my work i always kind of made the mistake of thinking. I didn't have a problem. And it was only until i thought it was gonna lose my wife when i when i acknowledged it and fortunately fortunately been sober from many vices for for about fourteen months. I've been putting a lot of work for recovery. And i really do feel like a new a new man a new person but i will say. I've struggled with addiction for the bulk of my life. Since the time. I was really probably twelve years old till i got sober when i was forty one so most of my

"ian " Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

02:49 min | 4 months ago

"ian " Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

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"ian " Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"ian " Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Thank you for having michael ian black. Everyone his new book a better man is available to buy now support your local independent bookstore. Go get it there. You can also find michael. Ian black on twitter where he is. Maybe the smartest funniest person on that entire. Dang website. Wonderful hero and also. Can i just say go. Go watch the state sketch. Where michael ian black plays the pope. What michael ian black is like when he's being dumb anyway thanks to carry poppy. For conducting the interview carey is the host of the wonderful podcast ono. Rawson kerry where she and her co host. Ross blocher investigate spiritual and paranormal claims by well by doing them. Lately they've been learning to become exorcists. Lot of fun ono rothem carey. That's the end of another episode of bullseye. Bullseye is created from the homes of me and the staff of maximum fund in and around greater los angeles california where you might even be able to hear the rain coming down on the windows of my home office here. Certainly my dog sissy has heard that rain and she is curled up on my lap. Right now our show is produced. By speaking into microphones. Our producer kevin ferguson. Hey soussan perosio. And jordan howling are are associate producers. Get help from casey. O'brien kristen bennett. Our interstitial music is by dan. Wally also noted. Dj w our theme song is by the go team thanks to them and to their label memphis industries. If you want to hear the latest about what. We're up to keep up with the show on twitter. Facebook and youtube. We posed all our interviews there. And i think that's about it. Just remember all great. Radio hosts have a signature. sign off. Okay says he finished bullseye. With jesse thorn is a production of maximum fund dot org and is distributed by npr..

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"ian " Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

08:08 min | 5 months ago

"ian " Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"In basically locked in a psychiatric reasons and while she was there she was administered. Electro shock therapy because her parents. My mom's parents thought that she was gay and basically wanted to cure her of it And that was a treatment that was performed so my mom says that said that her memories from that time we're kind of wiped away and she doesn't really know what why they thought this. Why why they you know. Locked her up what i think happened. My speculation is that she was at college and was lonely and may have been kind of obsessive. A little bit about this woman in. I got it into her head rightly or wrongly that she was in love with her in that when the couple came back from whatever they'd been on my mother having been alone in this house. Today's watching kid or kids are what i think happened. Is she basically had some sort of breakdown which she confessed her feelings in front of even the women are both of them and had a freak out in their home and they called my mom's parents and they brought her to the hospital. That's what i think. That's what i think is the most likely explanation Because my mom didn't think she was gay at the time or at least she didn't acknowledge that to herself But maybe she did sort of say it in that moment a member that she no longer had okay so as she was telling you this story she. She knew that that was why she got. The treatment was because of her suspected homosexuality but she couldn't. She couldn't remember how they came to that conclusion. Yes she couldn't remember. The details of it got up but you know the pieces fit together. Yeah pretty well in in my imagination and if it wasn't that i think it was something very much like that. Wow i mean what story to hear from your mom To make you a man talk about your feelings What were you feeling as your mom's telling you that story will it. Was you know it's just sad. Yeah she so much of her life was sad she she was a really bright woman who grew up at a time when she couldn't realize her potential she wanted to be a lawyer and there were certainly women who were lawyers then but it was rare in required kind of support that confidence that my mom didn't have she wasn't allowed to be hurtful self as a gay woman so she married a man that ultimately i don't think she loved had a marriage that didn't work entered into a lesbian relationship for seventeen years which was abusive relationship that i grew up in ultimately left that relationship and then towards the latter part of her life that was In continues to be really great in lovely and supportive and Is a terrific person in was in amazing partner to my mom during the last several years of her life when my mom was just spiraling in health issues just issue after issue after so you know in all those years i think my mom. She was seventy two on. She still pretty young and you know. I think she probably probably five six seven years of that of those years. All i would say we're really happy yours is bulls eye. I'm jesse thorn. Our guest is michael. Ian black one of the the images that sticks in my mind as i think about this book. Is you sitting down writing it. And you mentioned that you can hear the cat Finishing up the food and her food bowl and that just sort of this the centeredness this grounds it s of being in a home knowing. You're okay hearing just the day to day things going on around you that that strikes you as what it is to be a secure a or a secure man are describe it as rudeness sense of feeling like i'm routed to a place and routed to inexperience and i guess at time in. It doesn't mean that. Like i'm roots are physical although you know. I live in this house with these people. But there's a kind of maybe groundedness is another way of saying it Similar this sense of feeling a part of this place in of these people and of this time and that produces a kind of contentment. That i didn't know in my earlier years i was capable of feeling So michael. there's a moment in your book where you talk about realizing you weren't quote unquote behaving like a man. Can you tell me about that. Well i mean it happens. When i'm like three or four years old and i'm at a family was invited to a party and we go and a big lab not unlike the dog that i have now accepting black or brown jumped on me and i started bawling and feeling like i was terrified. I thought i thought the dog was trying to eat. My face and my mom was trying to get me to calm down and i wouldn't call down and and i i remember hearing somebody say something like come on could be a man you know and it wasn't even mean it was just like encouraging i couldn't i couldn't have articulated what i was feeling in that moment but i knew that it didn't allying with who i myself to be like. I knew that i wasn't behaving like a man. But i wasn't a man. I was a boy. And i knew that even in making that request that there was something about me as a boy that wasn't quite aligning with who i was supposed to be as a man that was probably the first time i understood that my own experience of being a guy didn't necessarily match up with the way other people fun i should be as a guy. Yeah that was one of the moments in the book where i was like. Oh okay you know. This is a way that my childhood was very different just in terms of being a girl. I can't imagine anyone saying to me. Be a woman in that scenario. He said that it would be an intentional joke. Wouldn't even make sense really because this is not a phrase that we use. We understand that girls will be women because of their biology but men aren't afforded our boys aren't afforded that same grace were not. It's never assumed that we're going to grow up to be men and in fact in a lot of ways even when we are men at manhood is conditional. It's often we often feel like it. You know there's that phrase your man card was revoked. what does that even mean like. Is there such a thing as revoking a woman cardinal right We understand that. That's nonsensical but it's not in the case of men will michael ian black. Thank you so much for being on bullseye. Oh it was my pleasure..

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"ian " Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

02:22 min | 6 months ago

"ian " Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

"Zoom. The two of you michael. I knew if you want to do that. You guys are with a prostitute. But i got to go like a glass window or something so sad. I knew it was going to come to this. i wait. there's a glass window behind you. Michael i'm to. we're going to fly out to connecticut. You can eyes wide. Shut a prostitute into your stand right out there in the cold woods in the december of connecticut covid tested though over tested. Only you can't cova test if the prostitute from out of town it's impossible so much you can do all right. Well maybe late next september. That sounds like a plan michael. It's been so great talking to you. I really miss you. Let us know when you're back in los angeles Everyone get like book enemy. Thank you great to talk to you. Get michael snyder man. I kind of sped through the whole thing it was. It was such a great reed. Thank you. I appreciate that And it's available available in bookshops. He's love it. It's a good gift actually for right. Now it's all about to be christmas and so get your son or husband or even anybody it for your husband. I think. I think it's like it really did kind of open. My eyes a little bit to the problems that you guys have. And what like what to do about it and how to think about it and how we can all kind of try to go towards this new place which is essential michael ian black ladies and gentlemen. Thank you again for joining us. Appreciate it and Soon we miss you michael. Well natasha i have to say that. I was jealous of the plan but because it was my plan in the first place the whole threesome with the prostitute thing but because you seemed enthusiastic about it. I'm going to let it happen. And i'll tell you yeah i guess so. You guys seem like you're into it. I'll tell you why why. Because i want you to be happy. I'll tell you why. Because you want to normalize it and you're like okay now we can do it with me. No because we ready for this okay. It's because i love you. I love you too..

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"ian " Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

06:26 min | 6 months ago

"ian " Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

"Welcome to the endless honeymoon. Podcast is a beautiful day. We're very excited. We're recording in the morning because we usually record in the evening but sometimes we have people on the east coast that we just have to talk to or sometimes we mean this time only have we found guest fussy enough to refuse an evening recording says to be fair. It was eleven thirty pm when we were going to call him. It's also a good day. Because natasha and i have taken both the pfizer. The moderna and the oxford vaccine. I don't know if you guys know this. But all the major hollywood agencies have allowed people of a certain standing blue check checkmark up to get the vaccine in the first round. We beat the first responders. We beat the senior citizens. We beat the people who have compromised immune systems. I am feeling great. Very exciting news yes. We also vaccinated our dogs. Even though we don't know for sure the dogs can catch cove in one thousand nine. We thought it would be cute. Do you think there's like super rich people right now. Whose whole family is already vaccinated. I do wonder if there are there are dark pipelines and then they just still wear masks out in public and nobody knows it does seem impossible to jeff. Bezos doesn't get a vaccine in the first round. It seems hard to believe doesn't it. Yeah would you take it right now. If i if. I had a guy like i had a guy in north hollywood. That said he could hook you up. But here's the thing. I'm not doing anything. I'm not going anywhere. So i don't really need the vaccine right now and if i had it what am i going to do. Go hang out with nobody. I would go straight to the club but the club aren't open. I would open the club. I would call it vaccines with a e. i'm good. i think. I'll wait till next september when my turn rolls around whenever the lines are down. That's when although you would look good with bell's palsy though with a little bit of a frozen were kidding. We're going to take the vaccine as soon as it becomes available to us. Obviously i want to get back to the world man. I wanna go travel international again. I want to get on the road and do stand up again. I wonder if international travel. If there's gonna be a sweet spot like maybe next summer people won't have freaked out quite yet like not everyone will ready to travel. Want some fear left but it to be unreasonable. Fear so the feet reasonable fear keeps some of the crowds away from the mona lisa in paris. Xactly and then we can go see europe how it was intended in the nineteen fifties right athletic people walking around before like the masses started travel or even in the fifteen fifty s right after the black death took out a third of europe. I bet it was an amazing place to visit locker of room. I'm just saying the times that we've been in paris and venice. Oh of tourists. That like like they get unleash. The hardest thing we've ever been through was the were in venice and there were throngs. I saying it wasn't very fun. I i had well. Natasha had a great time in paris and venice with you. I had a lot of fun. I did too but when we were out at like four in the morning remember would wake up at like four thirty. Am to go look at the sites of before all the people started coming out like a jet live bringing you running indie you yelling at you. Truth is venice isn't even a as a place you've never been to venice. It's beautiful but it feels like you're in a really enhanced of village at disneyworld not at four in the morning. No singular place that you've never been to before you can still see the ghosts of the masquerade balls. It's so gorgeous. And they have like you know they're cuisine is like italian but seafoods now by the sea is. It's not very relatable saying. I missed traveling. Relatable remember when we paid them in we were able to pay them in. Ruby's we brought ruby collection from home and we didn't have any euros but it was a honeymoon vacation to venice. It happens. we saved up. We supposed to yes. And you hear. Be honest and say we did not honeymoon. It was like an anniversary. So ration- honeymoon honeyman honeymoon and effete area diet fancy type people. We have one of our favorite people and comedians and actors whose peepers in another period on. Today he really is one of the best comedic actors. I've been a huge fan. Even before i was like considered a comedian i was like an open mic or but i used to watch him on stella and then you became his employer collapsed the tv show and that which was also a live show that i never saw. If you never saw the stella shorts man they are legendary but right now since also his book. I just read it. It's amazing it's called a better man and he. It's like letters to a son. And i'm actually learning a lot about parenting. Well why don't we find something out about what it means to be a better man and a great comedian and a great guy. Ladies gentlemen everyone else. Michael ian black. Hi hi. I'm michael away. Video michael's living the life that everybody wants to be living right now. He's like lives in the forest in like a designer house. That's right yeah. We live in this shit land. What do you mean we have a great such a great house. But we live in los angeles and you know. It's we can't go like walking around the fort. Mike uk's so good all right that's enough. No it's true growth hormones. Are you like you look like you're like reverse aging but you're the ring lighting. I don't feel good coca cola. Taste is all fat and puffy. You look slim slender straight up straight up. It's the ring light. it's the angle in the ringling. Like if i do this. Oh i see it. You look terrible. Yes you fat pig. I can't believe it moshe was just roasting you for not wanting to do an eleven thirty podcast. But i'm with you. I don't want to do them either. That late michael. How does one become a better.

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"ian " Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"ian " Discussed on Everyonecast

"I get to learn about a variety of people in their experiences and you have brought quite a few interesting experiences today. Oh man, I got millions more. I think it's a perfect opportunity to To close out, you know, we've talked about so much and absolutely and we have yeah, we have some good content in this episode whether an age, I'm going to throw that out there again, there's any other social media or anything you want to throw out there now's your chance or you know, maybe it's all in your website. Yeah. Well, if you go to weather.com all my main social medias would be there or you just go to Google type in weather and age all the Social Media stuff should show up. My name is Ian McIntosh. And if you can't find it in myself for whatever reason you can find me on Instagram weather in age or waa visuals weather in 8 visuals, or you can find me a granny Mac. That's like my main photography film photography thing. And if you're looking for a photographer just want to shoot whatever hit me up or if you want to do some music or if you want to hang out and talk. That's cool too. We can do that. I'll have your website in the description wage. Sure, and of course the title of the episode is going to be your name. So really all the promotion you could ask for other than the fact that I probably don't have as many listeners as you would like, Oh, no, that's I'm working on any promotions great Anthony. I appreciate it, man. I haven't I've never done something like this, and I've always wanted to so it's cool to be on someone else's show. Well, thanks so much for joining and I hope you have a great rest of your day. Thanks, and you too..

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"ian " Discussed on Lost Notes

Lost Notes

05:29 min | 9 months ago

"ian " Discussed on Lost Notes

"In nineteen seventy eight a year before the band released. Its first album. Ian curtis began suffering epileptic seizures. He was officially diagnosed with epilepsy. In january nineteen seventy nine when his seizures grew more severe so severe that doctors warned they would disrupt his life to the point that he might not be able to function for more than small bursts of hours at a time. When not recording or touring curtis became withdrawn. There were those who called his frantic movements on stage. His epilepsy something courtesy to take back control of his body's faculties but also movements that mirrored his seizures. So much so that when he'd sometimes pass out onstage and fall into a seizure the moments where the audience wouldn't be able to decipher of he was dancing or in agony. Despite his diagnosis curtis didn't follow doctor's orders. Strictly as those close to him might have wanted him to. He still drank and smoked and didn't sleep much be anti-convulsant medications he was given four sent have mood swings and he became even more withdrawn and he'd already been by the time joy. Division had begun to tour and record vigorously curtis saw his condition worsened by the time began according closer. He was suffering about to caesar's a week on average during one recording session. Curtis went to. The bathroom had a seizure and hit his head on the sink. It was nearly two hours before his bandmates found him unconscious on the floor.

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"ian " Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"ian " Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"Sublime ended up selling over five million copies despite a dead frontman rotman including from the lloyd center ball that was given to ian carmel the the only other thing i have here is that the song includes the baseline and guitarist from sublime earlier song lincoln highway does not heard this. It's insane that they got away with just doing the same names on twice. I would not have known this santeria <music> really. It's just an instrumental song that was so clearly a different song. It's crazy that sounds that's according to them. That sounds like very different. He said it and he's dead. He's at shows where he knows yeah. I thought that was the spongebob music and no one end to end at three things. I love one boob the other boob and abroa- to put those boobs in and that's what i love author love. This episode is brought to you by third love which is a bra company that has the perfect fitting bras why 'cause they use data points generated by millions of moved people who have taken their fit finder quiz. What's a fit finder. Quiz great outing you answer a few simple questions. Find.

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"ian " Discussed on Inside Podcasting

Inside Podcasting

15:07 min | 1 year ago

"ian " Discussed on Inside Podcasting

"I speak with ian chill lock. He is the host of everything is alive a show in which he interviews inanimate objects it is funny. It is thought provoking. It's poignant. It's all the things we kick things off by talking a bit about unions background which i really enjoyed but if you wanna get right to the everything is alive chat that starts around minute seven or eight and we also include a clip of the show show around minute thirteen or fourteen so just some signposts in the road for you there. I hope you enjoy the show and your podcast is so delightful and i am personally so excited to be talking to you about it. It's also very quirky and i.

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"ian " Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"ian " Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

"It's hard to be amazing. I Michael, Ian, black. And there is a I would I would call it a weird thing that happens when you sit down with somebody to conduct an interview like the one I'm about to conduct. So the two of you interviewer in interview e kind of entered this contract in which you both agree that one of you was going to ask questions and one of you is going to answer questions. And then that's exactly what happens in it's weird. Because a lot of times you end up talking about things that you might not even talk about with a good friend, and there can be these really profound moments of deep human connection between most of the time to strangers and then listen to by many more strangers, and it's such an artificial construct and yet when it's done. Well, it seems like those sorts of conversations not only happen all the time. But are are meant to happen. And I can tell you. It's just somebody who goes through life. Those conversations don't happen that. Much. My guest today is one of the people who makes this most unnatural format seem totally natural. And I would argue in many of argued in. Although I don't even think it's an argument that she's the best at it. Terry gross is the host of the long running radio program fresh air over the course of the last forty ish years, Terry gross has interviewed something like thirteen thousand people about as far as I can tell everything and she has become something like there's no term for it. But let's call it a national interviewer fresh air has won a bunch of awards, including a Peabody in nineteen Ninety-four in Edward r. Murrow award in two thousand and three and Terry one a national humanities medal awarded by president. Barack Obama Terry gross is also the author of all I did was ask conversations with writers actors artists, and it is my. Pleasure to welcome Terry gross to how to be amazing. Hi. Oh, hi, Michael. It's so great to be on your podcast, which I enjoy very much because I think you're really good interview. Well, thank you and taking myself out of that occasion. And it really does mean a lot. I'm not trying to brush over it. But if I spend any time on it like the blood will drain from my head, and I'll faint so taking myself out of that. Yes. What are you listening for when you are listening to an interview or from the for from the interviewer? What are you listening for from an interviewer me when I'm getting interviewed? No, even when you're just when you're just like if you're listening to let's say migrate frienemie, Marc Maron or another just terrific interviewer that you like what is it about an interview were that you really respond to. Well, there's so many different kinds of interviewers like with with more mariner respond to his personality as well. As to the questions that he's asked I respond to his personality negatively, and he knows that how did you become frenemies? Do you can't we're not? We're not like him like him. I'm going to deflect and so you can't ask me questions at least at this point. Okay later. Yeah. But suffice to say we've known each other forever. He disliked me. I disliked him. And it's been like that for decades. But we, but we have made shame anyways, we've made peace. We really have. Well, really when I'm listening to an interview, I'm not just trying to like analyze the interviewer. I'm listening to see if I'm going to enjoy the conversation and get something from it. And I'm listening for the interview interviewer to here like are they paying attention? Are they asking like no questions that get beneath the surface of things? Do they seem to care about the person and or the person's work or they're just kind of going through the motions? But mostly like, I'm listening to you know, just as like a whole like is this is this fun as interesting as worth my time. You know, this thing that's happening between these two people. Do you have anxiety as an interest in that everything? Do you? That that that is actually surprising to me to hear..

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"ian " Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"ian " Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

"I think the role of journalists has to always reveal the truth and always document what's happening, regardless of the noise. And I think that it's important to be steadfast. It's important to have integrity and to keep doing our jobs more important than ever, frankly. It's hard to be amazing. I'm Michael, Ian, black, and I am excited to speak to my guest today for variety of reasons, not only because she is a genius as certified by the MacArthur people who determined such things, but because I am interested in the power of bearing witness. I'm curious about what its power is. I'm curious about what it's purposes and I'm also excited because we have never had a photographer before. How to be amazing is this is our first and we've got a good one for you today to discuss all of these things Lindsey Dario is one of her generations preeminent photo journalists covering wars and conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Darfur among others. The bulk of her work is about bearing witness to the world of women. Whether it is. How they lived under the Taliban pre and post September eleventh women in India women, Sudan women here in the US of eb her photographs have appeared all over the world most often though in the New York Times, she is the author of a memoir, it's what I do a photographer's life of love and war any gorgeous new collection of her work, simply entitled love and war. Lindsey dario. Welcome to how to be amazing. Thank you so much. So right before we were having little pre show banter as you sometimes do, and you were saying to me when I asked how you are that you're angry. And you said that's hard for you. Why is it hard for? You is is is it because you're slow to anger or your? It's just it's a difficult emotion for you to process. No, it's not a difficult emotion for me to process at all. I'm just generally not an angry person by disposition. I'm really happy, and I wake up very positive every. But I think what's going on right now. I guess the main issue is we have a president of the United States who consistently says that journalists are enemy of the people fake news. He has incited attacks against journalists. And it's really hard when I've spent the last twenty years risking my life to tell stories to document to be there on the front lines of not only conflicts overseas. But also starting to cover you cover issues back at home, and we have a president who doesn't respect journalists and journalism, and that is it makes me angry when a leader, and it may not be the leader of this country, but of other countries disputes facts in your job is creating facts, what is the power of that disputation versus the power of. The evidence that you as a journalist are able to provide. And do you see that line being crossed here? Yeah. I mean, I am am used to working in countries where authorities in countries countries where whoever is in power makes has lives in an alternate reality and makes up facts and her makes, you know, consistently lies create sort of an alternate truth. But it's never happened in my lifetime that my own president is doing that. And so it's I almost don't know how to handle it because I just can't believe you know, almost every day. There is a list of statements that he says that have been proven wrong. So I think more than ever we have to rely on the importance of journalism in the importance of journalists who check the false facts that are being put out. And I think you know, if you look at right now, what has sort of consumed me over the last few weeks. The killing of the Saudi journalists kashogi which happened in the stumble consulate because President Trump's first reaction to this was well, I trust the Saudis, and I believe whatever they say, and it was the role of journalists who really really kept this on the table, and who provided facts and Turkey, of course, president aired one who who slowly leaked information about what really happened. And now we're in a situation where? Actually, no friend of journalists, but I have to give him credit here. I mean, he played this very well. And he is the reason why you know, there might actually be some semblance of Justice for journalist who was lured into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, and you know, for as all evidence points has has been chopped up..

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"ian " Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"ian " Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

"It's hard to be amazing. I'm Michael Ian black, and you may not know this, but the world of comedy, the comedy world as it were, he's having a bit of an identity crisis like the world at large and the central question in this identity. Crisis is simple in the question is, what are we doing? What is our actual purpose in the obvious answer is idiot. Your job is to make people up in that is I would say a very good answer. But I think to a lot of comedians, the answer feels incomplete because it leads to the next question to what end and maybe it's just to the end of people having a good time. We're maybe it is to the end of calling attention to something or calling out the powerful or directing action in some capacity or in the case of my guest today, all of the above Maeve Higgins is one. Of the rare comedians who is both very funny and very active and very informed and a tremendous writer and in immigrants to the United States with an immigrants outside gays and an imigrants sense of Justice. She became a star in her native Ireland. I, I r- I would you. I've seen that word written so many times e r e, right? Yeah. How do you pronounce that era era? Yeah, beautiful. Thanks. I mean it's beautiful. When you say in her native era with a couple of TV series, a couple bestselling books, and then she came to New York City where she continues for comedy career, but she also began chronicling the lives of immigrants in her podcast. In now book of the same name Maeve America, which is just out. And she also currently co hosts a podcast called mothers of invention with Mary Robinson, the former president of era. She is a fabulous writer, and I want us to become better friends because I feel like we're right on the cusp of becoming better from, and I welcome Maeve Higgins to how to be amazed. Thank you. I've found my application forms for your good. And I'm going to need some photos and I can see right now, but I'm going to need some more. No, I get it. I mean, there's I passed a place on the way here that takes photos your application. Yeah. Yeah. And I thought, well, they can't get a lot of business, but there were people lined up to be your friend and it's very passport photo. There's just that white background. I was very to see for you. It's you have your choice of background? Yes. But no smiling leads still. No. I did see them. Yeah, I know I'm just taking in the fall applicants now for my winter friends. You do seem to have a lot of friends. You talk about them a lot in your book..

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"ian " Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"ian " Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black

"The we're talking about me too i mean you almost can't present an opera without a metoo subject because that's been the role of certainly women in operas title be amazing i'm michael ian black i am going to make an assumption about most of my listeners that i probably shouldn't make but i am going to assume that most of you out there appreciate opera as i do which is to say from a slight remove maybe you've been to an opera or two i actually worked at an opera once when i was in a teenager maybe you've never been but you appreciate the tremendous skill involved or maybe you're an opera fanatic in my assumption was terrible regardless of your involvement or not in opera you have probably heard the name in voice of my guest today and if by chance you have not i will describe her as the serena williams of the opera world if serena williams had been doing what she does for the last thirty years over the last three thirty years renee fleming has had a remarkable career as a soprano maintaining incredible schedule a performance and recording teaching and consulting known as the people's diva and widely considered to be one of the greatest sopranos of all time rene has had an incredible list of accomplishments including in two thousand twelve president obama awarded her a national medal of the arts and she is currently starring on broadway in the revival of rodgers and hammerstein carousel in i am so happy and honored to welcome renee fleming to how to be amazing thank you michael i i have to know what you did in an opera house i was when i was a right after my freshman year at nyu i basically didn't want to go home for christmas and i had just because i paid my own but i had an opportunity to be like a wardrobe apprentice at city center they were doing desire under the elms.

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"ian " Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"ian " Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"A goal we'll all be he'll now back to the ian beckel show powered by many in gordon trial attorneys those eating elmer's one safe bet is that that songs coming of course giving a lot of kenya's he changed it up a lot which is nice i just some peop an listen i'm gonna tell you about dj i love it i love doing it like a loved music what people don't realize is that up working yeah it's really working yeah so on a focus how does that you had a slow focus a real years and you're playing a song willie for just two minutes so there's a lot of stuff has to happen to get to the next song match up to these an permitted allcause that hard but all tension so in the midst of it what i love the young girl she was younger than most she came and she says can you play this one song by cardi b e and i said i looked at i go i will have that song and she says while i have it in my phone and i go what am i supposed with nafo why can give it to you legal i don't understand what you're trying to get where you can get that song okay it's not that easy right but in thing i could get if i walk right but i'm not gonna in the middle of my harass it's going to take me five minutes to get the phone hong only have two minutes full and she says uh what can you start playing some younger music and i go well i'm really really all schools she goes you writers lot of old people like all that is laudable here at curry and and then one lady comes up and she says act we came all the way from suffering hills kenya place of music that we like like oh okay scher she didn't say what she liked can you place of music that we like i was pretty among music's pretty universal of a pie that's what i'm saying thank you cover a lot of decades a lot of genres is battleship music but i like walk i'm gonna get to rocket like all school me get there are played dust in the wind i mean i mean you mixup bully loved us i i don't have a problem at i'll just the way that you said it was like.

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"ian " Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ian " Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"What are you talk about some different issues words that it's not a crock bashful thing is that a loving thing it's about the issue that are going on a lot going on now especially though doubt by radio influence i one flavor new year i also have another one that's not nonpolitical at all it's in the trenches and that's really talking about bucking years in the nfl what's going on and telling stories about some of my days in the league and fun stop the stuff that you should do every day and it will get a chance to have day anymore so la flavor new year at in the trenches and that's all radio influence and i think you can get him on legco i tunes at all kinds of stuff like that you're we have superb lawyer jack bordin in the house and we have a question actually of footballrelated hamath football related once again jacket talk about anything tom your 102 fahd the bone what's going on brother ian i appreciate you on your show joe arpaio my my question was for you and since had the lawyer uh mr warden there uh as mr gordon lloyd dad muslim developments ended monday m z gilliat when the prosecutor won't press charges but now the end of do you guys know more than what i do about one of the nfl's six games a lot i don't know anything about the law part of it but i do know this the nfl doesn't care the nfl doesn't care what the law does the nfl is law okay because once again i raced didn't get convicted of anything right and he's out of the league and we got suspended so if the new rules are okay if there's anything with you put in your hands on a young lady this is when he was going to sit right as well that's it and remember tom there are different burdens so when the prosecutors make a determination as to whether to prosecute someone who's charged with a crime it's a function whether.

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"ian " Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"ian " Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Ian beckel show brought to you by the original protein water i welcome back beckel show dignitary radio at the blind tiger and hibor city everybody's hanging out indulging in some nigel coffee so they're going to knock at asleep for a month or so a sip of that and i fear we are you israel legiter of i'm a little bit title iv elected meech it it's a lot of people here there is a lot of people that's a that's a good thing it is less well it's all about you do that's what was your dopamine it all here to see us but we'll we'll claim it yeah we'll take credit for it either the the blind tiger in coffee has take a little bit of credit for as well now uh i i do a podcast i actually to podcasts every week i'll with radio influence and he could check about one is flavored year yemen talk you know a lot of everything even politics sometimes like it's funky but i do talked a little politics in some sports and pop culture at a i have another one in the trenches which is just football uh buchan years and whatever they'll talk about some college stuff as well so you go checked about radio influence if you guys want to jump on board dow uh this young man started a podcast before me been in the podcast world he's a he's an old school vet we used to work together back in the day at the at the outrace a ideology lazy s justin polaski is of the house will a brother good me well beyond what you guys and i just got my cafe cone lecce a very very very really really jacked up by the end of this hour you got me expose the catholic holy che was that the great what was who did his nickname sad man man i do not liberal san manuel i'm thinking salmon down the street at lord's eddie anybody know which bucket nears nickname was say oh yeah i say bucket gaza no no no no thomas broderick lager kabas yes utter broader nice broderick thomas she says hey medical get some coffee coal ha is.

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