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"iconex" Discussed on Ground Zero Media
"I might have missed that. Somebody brought this stuff and it made me think of something else. I was thinking today so the thing that I don't know what was brought up is okay. You said that you said that they'd have to have credentials that they got the that got the. What do you call that then? I'm sorry yeah. You got the injection vaccination. You have to have route so okay. Well it'd be Kinda shaded tattoo them but you could put a chip in Mark there and if you can't go into a story without a math BA can't by the trade Kanye can't any because Iconex doors right now are shutting their doors and and laying people off dry honey. Victoria's secret is going under Victoria. Secrets going under me. Believe that that is icon. Ick that is our America. Thing is an American thing. They always sell their lingerie as masks. A lot of progress men who would probably want to wear panties on their face. Something or or half abroa- that's it. Broad face in the sixteenth or seventeenth century. Don't things like that's like all? All Victoria's secret has to do now is just cut their bras and half. You have a mask. I see people wearing them. They're fashionable little glitter on them. You know it's kind of like you know wearing a stripper face or having a stripper cup on their face or something and I can see that I can say on God. Well if they're listening. Hey Victoria secret. Don't don't waste those panties and don't waste those bras. Cut them in happened. Make the masks. Everybody wants to wear one in fact. I it's weird. I was at a Petco the other day. I saw woman leaving PETCO. She was wearing a pink mask and it had like this frilly stuff on. It looked like she was some like I dream of Jeannie type of thing. I'm thinking wow. That's pretty stylish mask so yeah master now. A fashion statement to which is kind of bizarre. Well why not while they're stealing is wrong. Yeah I guess it's a good way to make money and then we'll have a little bit of a a.
"iconex" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"iconex" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"iconex" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"And like I'm excited to watch it every week. I don't care what anybody says about the last couple of weeks. We'll see what happens. Yeah. I'm I'm super excited. About it. But it, but it's challenges. Right. It's like challenging to right? No. I hit me up and they were like because they know the right a little bit. And they were like, hey, you wanna write about this? And I was a little intimidated because it is something that, you know, universally people care about I mean, it's just become a pop culture of Iconex situation where Twitter, and and, you know, basically TV viewers around the world like it stands still every Sunday night. And and because there are so many plotlines. That's why it's been harder, right? Like short pieces. So my pieces are a little bit longer. And we try to like hit every angle, and that's tough. I mean, I don't think I've watched too many shows where there's so many different plotlines in. And and seeing the confluence of all of that like like, I remember the wire was crazy. There were so many characters and so many clout lines, but this is a totally different. And like I said the fan service this year, you know, a little bit of the lack of ruthlessness and how they've killed off characters and the plot armor and whatnot. It's annoying a lot of people, but I still still love the show. I'm still gonna I'm still going to be settled in on Sunday night. And and enjoy every minute of it. And they'll probably they'll probably mature like a fine wine. Does overtime. I I wanted to ask you a couple of questions around Philadelphia, especially going back there last night and ringing the bell before the game. What does that feel like to be back in Philly and seeing the Philadelphia seventy Sixers doing something in the playoffs? Like you guys have done last couple of years. It's pretty cool, man. I mean, like like I said, it's it's been like Phillies a home away from home for me and always will be even after football and my family. My wife's from south jersey. You know? My folks went to Villanova, and it's just gonna place admired from afar like from pan base perspective, and namely from football, culture perspective like as I played on other teams and to get an opportunity play there. It kind of just drove home everything I heard that was good about the city and the city's way cooler than I think he gets credit for I mean, just as a place to live. So, you know, going back there last night feeling the energy in that arena. And just knowing that like, yeah, they hit me and lane up. You know, we started the dog mask thing and that really took off. It's a pretty cool thing that will always have that little piece of history there. And we've joked at like, you know, they could win another five times will always be the first, and and you know, the masks people loved it. So we've through on the mass. But you know, last night was awesome. You know, they they were really on fire. And and now we've got multiple game sevens with a chance for possibly another one in the NBA playoffs right now, which is super cool. I mean play offs with the NBA NHL right now, it's like the best time via sports fan. So is going to be a part of that. And he good free free seats right on war, and like washing NBA game up close to me just adds more value than I think almost any other view. Doing experience relative to sitting and watching on TV. Yeah. So the the biggest question everybody's asking. Which one are you DVR in game of thrones to seven eastern tip off of Sixers rafters. Yeah. Unfortunately. Well, you know, what I'll probably I'll probably start to watch Sixers raptors. And I got a check and see when the blues game one is because I'm probably other than so I've got a funny like sports fan them thing which full disclosure, I'm a Knicks fan. But because the Knicks are how they are right now. I've been kind of it's been dormant for while. Now, if Katie who's like my favorite player pops up in New York next year like sorry. Sixers going to take a big back seat..
"iconex" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I know that. But do they just recreate Iconex scenes from eighties movies is that all they do on the show because every time I turn around they're doing like the breakfast club. And they, you know, they do it a lot. Yeah. They do it a lot. Yeah. Okay. But patent oswald's on it. He's the he's like, the narrator voice of the young seriously. Yeah. Hundred percent hundred percent, man. Do you watch AP bio I've watched a bit of it. I think I got through the first season. I think and I was like, yeah. This is pretty good because I'm a huge fan of Glenn Howard. Yeah. I thought he saw it. I like it. Okay. But but again, I have an undying love for Dennis. And and I adore patent Oswald. And the kids are great. Well, that's all because of the implication. Oh, man. All right. So the goldbergs she's lifted as a great movie mom here. What do you guys think? Three one two nine eight hundred seven two hundred we're gonna move onto movies in a little bit. Of movie moms as we celebrate mother's day. Happy mother's day to all the moms out there. We all love you. You're all great people and celebrate with your mom this weekend. And I may I suggest the street in the greatest restaurant on the planet. That's where we go to celebrate everything if there's any kind of celebration in the family or in the world, we do it at the street in because it's the greatest restaurant on the planet. George cars is who runs. It is a great friend of mine and a really great guy. And it's it's I just loved that place. And we're going to have a great time on Saturday after we see the hustle. My parents, and I are going to go see the remake of dirty rotten Jabril. And the other thing is I mean, I don't know. I hear it's really bad. But I love both of those women. I think they're great. I Anne Hathaway and rebel. Wilson. Wilson's hilarious. And I look I even like that romantic thing that she did where she romantic I like that. I'm like one of the only people on the planet that actually thought that movie was funny. And sweet I just thought it was part of a weird sub-genre of women hitting their heads. And then their worldly. Am change. Yeah. No. That's not not not an original concept by any stretch. But I enjoyed that movie. So we're going to go see the hustle, and then we'll go to the greatest restaurant on the planet and have some dinner on Saturday from others day. What do you guys think TV moms is we're talking about? I we'll get the movie moms in a little bit..
Apple's financial results: Learning to sell the iPhone - sixcolors.com
"Hour, but has Apple's icon. I phoned seen seen its maximum potential. That's the question some are asking following the release of Apple's second quarter financial reserves results apple has reported quarterly revenue at fifty eight billion that's down five percents from the same quarter last year in the tech giant said, it's crucially important services division, hit an all time high of eleven point five billion while I'll iphone revenue came in at thirty one billion dollars year over year. Even though the iphone still makes up about fifty three percent of Apple's entire revenue. What's next for this icon Iconex smartphone for from the tech side of it? What
Sebastian Errazuriz Sculpts Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs & Elon Musk as Roman Emperors
"Co-founder, Steve Jobs is being featured. And then interesting sounding art show. Cult of Mike has word of the beginning of the end a show by Chilean artist Sebastian era, zero's a number of big tech names or featured in the show, including Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, Alon mosque and Sergei Bren. According to the peace eras decision to make the figures look Roman and heroin purposely exaggerates the mythology of each person represented much of his work as an artist as social commentary. It is clear reserves has lost sleep over technologies. Hold on us. The cult says bazo says carrying a spear as he rides a horse rearing up on its back. Lags musk is depicted as a wounded angel brand is wearing Google glass in the robes of an emperor Zuckerberg appears as a buzzed his stiff face seemingly detached from his subjects and what Mr. jobs his is opposed. Reminiscent of Rodin the thinker not bad though. The piece points out that that Iconex statue initially served as the centerpiece for a bigger work by Rodin called the gates of hell called the prophet in the reserve show, the artist says the first culture of the series is Steve Jobs, historically in different religions. There's a profit that brings board. A message a gospel that rests with the audience and becomes part of their lives. It'd be think about it his tablets, which he distributes to all of us change our lives entirely. And the moment we all. Start carrying a device. That captures information. It starts to change the way we think and arrack with other people. It's almost like the start of a new religion. Hamlet said one may smile and smile and be a villain. Just because they're reserves as dressing the tech Lord's heroes. Doesn't mean he sees them. As such the show will be presented at the Elizabeth collective in New York City. The beginning of the end begins next Wednesday. The first of may it ends on Friday. The twenty fourth
A review of the new Dumbo
"We just came out from watching Dumbo, and what did you think? Oh boy. Okay. So this is to be to be a kid's movie. And that is what it is a did Disney. Tim Burton's his movie, which is kind of a kind of a weird combination. I tell me I was Tim Burton. I would never ever guess that. That was a timber movie. As of one of the main villains. He looks like the guy the referee from. So if you all. On a lot of movies. I'm telling you, man. He's good at it. He's he's a good scary, bad guy. So of course, you know, this is a this is a very kids movie. It's a it's a remake of a very. It's a cornerstone of Disney's again library and union. So the poster of debris, and I think that was a straight up copy of what they actually will dreamland look a lot like it's like Ringling meets Disney for dream dreamland. And I mean, that's that's about as best as I can do it the overall story. I mean, the original Dumbo so Connick and men, it's it's I think if you if you re watch the original your comet get a better story about Dumbo because I don't think this was actually a good story about dumb. It was more of teaching a lifeless almost almost like, you know, anti business pro animal animals, and you know, and at the end, and this is this is a foreshadowing I mean, this was back in nineteen ninety one hundred years ago at nine thousand nine hundred and so this two thousand nineteen. Don't see you still haven't told me if you liked it. Yeah. I don't I don't know. I I was in different of it. I'm gonna go with you. I. I, you know, they're cartoon invoked so many emotions does when I watch it every time they separate him, and his mom, I tear up and this one bit. I didn't I didn't. I was. Well, maybe because we were already realized that. But I tried to be I wanted to be said, I could not didn't invoke any emotion. Happy sad or otherwise with me. It wasn't bad movie though. It was a good movie. Yeah. I mean, it's a it's a busy timber movie. So I director Iconex movie studio, but kind of actors. Yeah. And adding was a little devito Farrell Keaton. I mean, don't get me wrong. The. Doctors were amazing. The acting was a little like force. But don't take our word for it. What are some of the people watched it? Yeah. Probably a good idea. We have. And Bobby, and we came out of Dumbo. Would you guys think about the movie? Q it kept like some of that innocence with an also brought like real life situations that happens. Casseus? On us. I I was seeing because of my girlfriend. I think shown a greater message about keeping animals in out of captivity. Yeah there. There was a pretty greater message at the end, you know, about the animals and captivity, you know, especially with barley kind of getting rid of all their their animals, and then so so out of let's say ten feathers. What how many feathers do you get this? Million feathers. You're off the scale. I give it a night. Wow. Oh, so you guys really liked guys enjoyed it. Reading for Dumbo to the revenge. Come out. Well, thank you so much. We'll see in the movies. Are it must be couples nights? And we got a couple more people saw Dumbo. What's your names? Josh, what did you guys think? Good memories. But a lot of memories a lot of members you like how the they made an hour and a half movie out of a sixty minute. Yeah. Cartoons. Yes. It was well worth well worth it. So did you get the overall message at the end? I mean, I cry got the message message. Yes. So I mean, that's a big thing since this was place in nineteen nineteen one hundred years later now, we're in two thousand nineteen do you think the movie still holds up? Definitely. And I feel like now even more. So with people, you know, going forward with animal rights xactly so out of ten feathers. What do you guys give it? Tinton while ten ten. There you go you guys from. Josh. Thank you so much. All right. We're here with Robert in rubber just came out of the Dumbo move. What do you think Robert about the movie good? Good. Yeah. Dumble it'll it'll it'll pull on your heartstrings there. And so out of let's see when you were watching the movie, what did you feel about Dumbo? Did you sympathize him? I know this is almost like a learning experience. What did you think about Dumbo? Do you think he him and his mom are happy at the end. Yes. Do you think it was worth the whole place burning down for it? Yes. Did you watch the regional cartoon? And I'm pretty sure we're gonna get a lot of those answers because the ritual cartoon was very old very old and want to date myself. But yes, very old. So so yeah. Out of ten feathers. How many feathers did you give this? Ten out of ten you heard it from Mr Robert himself. Thank you so much. Thank you, sir. Well, you heard it from the crowd themselves of everybody loved it. And some people really loved it. And there's gonna be a common theme that these most of these kids that watch the this this movie. And have not seen the original. So they're probably gonna get a lot more out of it. I don't think this movie's meant for me, and you the minority I guess, we're the minority. Everybody the lowest they gave it was a nine for our audience here. So it's a it's a good. It's a good. I guess I guess not the target audience the audience love it. It's a it's a busy movie. So it's very polish. It's very good. And like I said they would have had any other director wouldn't matter. Probably it was. I'm just wondering how they trained that guy to fly that elephant because I couldn't have been easy. Yeah. It was a he needed that feather. He did he did a really good job of flying. Well, yeah. Heard it from us. You heard it from the peanut gallery, and we also want to a couple of people while we're here at Alamo draft house at this time. Because there's nothing up there is this a bright light. So and we're also thinking somebody else here Ray work productions apparently somebody shirt, there's a floating stick or they're in front of nobody's gonna give you a shirt a disembodied sticker. It's like. I wanna sure give me a sure exactly there now. I gotta sure yeah. We go.
"iconex" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. The president visits Ohio today. This is one of several states vital to his reelection chances. It's a state where he promised residents that industrial jobs would come back, and he's now lashing out on social media after a high profile auto plant closed in Ohio NPR, national political correspondent Mara Liasson. Good morning, Steve. How does the president seemed to view Ohio? It's clearly on his mind a lot. He's been tweeting slamming GM management slamming the union for the closure of that Iconex Chevy Cruz plant in Lordstown, Ohio. He's been demanding that it be reopened or soul to someone who will reopen it after the wall bringing back manufacturing jobs to the rust belt was probably his most important campaign promise, he actually went to Ohio in two thousand seventeen and stood up and said all those jobs that have left Ohio. He said, quote, they're all coming back. Don't move don't sell your house. You can almost imagine the democratic campaign ad that can be made about that. Because it didn't happen. Well, I got a chance to talk to some Lordstown auto workers a couple of months ago, and they were now in that very position of trying to think about could they sell their house. Could they get out of there could they move if they had an opportunity to do that. So sounds pretty bad for the president in this highly symbolic case. But isn't the big picture a little bit better than? This one case would suggest absolutely there's been growth in the manufacturing sector. The problem is that for the president's reelection purposes. People have to feel it in the places that matter the states, he needs to win like, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin. And the irony is that the steel and aluminum tariffs that he's put on have hurt the very rust belt industries that he's trying to revive. Estimates are that Ford and GM have each been hit with a one billion dollar cost from those tariffs and GM even cited the tariffs when it announced the decision to close that Lordstown plant so that is somewhat similar to the side effects of the trade war with China, which is hurt. Farmers people in agriculture workers, which are very red very Republican, very Trumpy. Right. Absolutely. So is there any evidence? Given what you said that his political base that has been so strong for him is abandoning him in any numbers at all. Well, not not in a big way. We did see in the twenty elections some slippage in the mid west the Democrats want a Senate race in Ohio and swept Michigan Pennsylvania, Wisconsin in the elections. That's not necessarily a predictor of twenty twenty. We do know that in Ohio, according to the morning consult poll his approval ratings have dropped nineteen points since he was elected there. Now forty five percent approve fifty one percent disapprove a tiny bit better than nationally. But reelection campaigns are not a referendum on the president alone. They are a binary choice. Oh, and the president will have any number of opportunities to use the bully pulpit as they say and also to make the election about his opponent, whoever that turns out to be. That's right. So the president is not actually going to the Lordstown plant that has closed as he no he's not he's actually going to a plant in Lima Ohio that makes military tanks. I guess that's the one part of the economy. He has a lot of control over military spending. But it also would give him a check. Chance to explain the national security reasons that he put tariffs on steel and aluminum. Okay. We'll be listening for your coverage and the coverage of the rest of the NPR's Mara. Thanks so much. Thank you. That's NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson on Sunday in Thailand that country will hold its first general election since the military seized power in twenty fourteen coup. Few expect the vote to be free or fair. In fact, critics say the election could cement the military's role in politics for decades to come. Michael Sullivan starts his report in Bangkok..
"iconex" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Great questions in great council lead to successful outcomes provocative. Great questions began the program a first question, if I am not with the McGowan group is my adviser getting it dead wrong. Alex, I spoke with an institutional investor and ironically, they came to us like five years ago. Right. And we were in the hunt with a very famous money manager. Right. And this guy was on the board. Nick calls me up. He wasn't aware the search five years ago because he just recently got on the board. It's like, I see what you do for this other institutional client, and our portfolio hadn't done near that good, and is an institutional investor. Their first part was I just want to earn over three percent. A year is conservatively as possible that's of their goal. The organic after fees cash flow from interest and dividends with a mix of stocks. It came in at one point seven percent, not three so and he said, well, we got fixed income primarily, and then we have a basket of companies that my mother would pick. We don't know how good is mom is picking stocks. But anyway, effectively making the portfolio abet on price appreciation instead of the real objective. The solution. Of course, tell me about the solution. Solution is easy, right. Real dividends. And interest that beat the target return in reliable net cashflow net cashflow, okay at cash flow. That leads me to the basic number one investment plan question. How can I earn over ten thousand dollars per month or more on my portfolio from interest and dividends? Right. Your question. Okay. If you got two million dollars thing an average of six percent from net interest dividends right after costs. Then that's one hundred twenty thousand a year. Six percent ten thousand a month. Right. And you don't have to each your seed corn. See they can't be accomplished with without value at risk of loss at least in this market, but it can be accomplished with great potential great gain potential in the current markets. One category. We're gonna talk about is probably the most attractive since the great crisis of two thousand eight. But that's. So tell me about the next question. All right as an investor. We talked about this quite a bit wet potential catastrophic mistake, am I making. And who do I ask? Okay. Well, most common mistake is a portfolio that requires an unrealistic assumption of constant appreciation speculation on price or it requires gradual liquidation of assets eating your seat court. Right. Okay. Which which after ninety if you've got big medical bills, you know, sometimes you gotta dip into the principal. But you kind of want to save that. Right. Sure. But in this case, the speculation on price. I wanna give you the the most prolific example back from the nineties. Okay. Okay. There was a guy that. Was talking about. It's okay to withdraw twelve percent from your portfolio. You know, why you said that? He took he took his Monte Carlo simulator which was developed back in the seventies. By the way. He took his Monte Carlo simulator and the market been going up a lot in the nineties, and he just ran the back testing and said, well, you could have withdrawn twelve percent you'd still have more money. Oh, yeah. Yeah. The tech wreck kind of tech wreck kind of put that to rest, right? That's a recipe for the poor house. Really that was a price speculation. So you have ten years, and you're broke, right? Yeah. That that was. Actually happened. So hopefully, they redid the that's why ongoing dynamic processes here. You know, what the best processes have been through actually started in the late nineties? Right. And Dr came in had come in on Saturday because he like he did surgeries. Right. And so he is booked up so Saturday mornings coming in. I actually went to Starbucks got one of those thermoses that has the fresh coffee in it got him his own coffee mug. And so we sat down with this wife, and he said spits, I need forty grand a month to retire. Okay. Okay. Well, you know, I wouldn't that far out of school. Unlike ten years out of school or so. Seemed like a huge about money. So I said, well, let me open up a word document. And I just typed it out, right? And at this stage in my career. I kind of figured you know, how we might get there. But I typed it out because I was like, okay that's five hundred thousand dollars a year five hundred thousand dollars a year, right? Yeah. Five hundred thousand a year and net interest and dividends pay the bills. Now, it's like, well, you know, how much money you got right? So I just typed it out as the question will that as you know, that's become a basis for our plans. Even if somebody's like in their thirties like how much you spend a now when you're in your fifties. It's going to be double, and you probably want a little on top of that know. So that's how we help a lot of kids of the patriarchs and matriarchs. Anyway, we got him there. We did we accomplish the mission. So in in that particular case, whether it's ten twenty thirty forty thousand a month. We've got one. That's. Actually couple of hundred thousand dollars a month. Right. Yeah. That's that that I I don't think it'd be realistic. Even in my plan. You know, we're not ruling. Because I like because I like work on a cash flow. Yeah. It's gonna take me a while. So that is one that's one of the key key components when we sit down with people, you know, your your portfolio cash flowing asset. Yeah. Right. So if you view it that way, you you're getting your Tang twenty thousand dollars a month. Well, you want to make sure it maintains that level. So don't don't don't eat. The seed corn Papa dean right Papa dean thing. Right. He's he said, okay. The value of an investment is eventually what you're gonna get paid along the way, and what you're going gonna get paid at the end. Okay. Got that baskets like mutual funds or more reliable, generally, then putting it all in tesla. Bad day and tesla. Bad friday. Yeah. It was bad close to the week so down to two hundred ninety four dollars twenty six dollars. Ilan is not. He's not without blame. I'm just saying. We'll get to. We'll we'll we'll we'll get to Yvonne later in the program. Also coming up the research round up. We've got some pieces will cover here in just a second. Once we get started on just before the headline round up. Then we've got our planning tips of the week profit report, we got a little special section. We're going to look over annual the annual report of Warren Buffett and his Iconex shareholders letter, right? What's the master saying? Now that he's been crafted. So that's and that's another story coming up. Right. But as an investor what potential catastrophic mistakes and my making and who do I ask right? And for many the greatest asset. I believe is a team of dedicated advisers that work together genuinely care for the success of each client right that process of investing, including the lessons along the way out, right? Yeah. And they also enjoy working with a group of clients right now, that's us. That would be us. Oh, yeah. That is that's us. Okay. I'm glad you're talking about. Yeah. And super super check brings in the charts and graphs of the week, which will get to. And then on the research round up. Right. This is coming up in the second half of the program, but you can go to net worth radio dot com right now. And you'll see you'll bonds a long term investors friend is one of those. So those of you pondering a fixed income allocation that yields more than two percent. Which is kind of the generic fixed income allocation, right? You know, money markets two point four. I told this institution. This guy said, hey, you know, tell your board you can get two point four, and we'll do it with no fee on part of the account that you know, is it going for more and then good money market. Doesn't fluctuate two point two point four is pretty good. On a bad day in the markets. People are like maybe I should just do that. That's the average return of the average investor. Exactly your point four. So that's yeah. But you can get it in cash without fluctuation. I'm pretty sure van Gardell stand behind their money market. Yeah. That's that's a that's a key at the high yield bond insight is there that's coming up in the second half of the program emerging markets, local sovereign currency. That's going out to our subscription list. That is what it's kind of scary to local, you know, the peso's nineteen I mentioned that last week and it had been between nine and eleven because tens easy math. Right. And so that was my hypothesis wife stable ten so I went down there. I was going to get some pesos, and no it's nineteen. That's a lot of pesos for a dollar. Yeah. Do you recall when I was a younger person, go into Mexico and having a million pesos? Yeah. They knocked zeros off. Then you had a thousand pesos, they doc all your zeros off. That's a that's an Italian trick. I think the Italians came up with that probably three hundred years ago. Just knocked the zeros off. Okay. Well, we'll be right back on net worth radio get to the website net worth radio dot com. Better yet.
"iconex" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"iconex" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Maybe this was towards the end of the show or you like this one better. Yeah. Come on. Now. Oh, yeah. It was really like this one better. I just wanna know why. This song. Also. Exactly like, I'm gonna get it you use a sample or whatever from someone else. It kind of gets you in the thank you for being a friend from the golden girls. This is the season, and it should have been for it should have been. Now. This all goes with four black women with gray hair. You know, this this song? Do this is a Iconex Aung in the LGBT, plus q commercial community. It truly is. That just shows icon and this song as I Connie. Why was the show iconic because it symbolized what a lot of elderly or aging day men and women have to go through because we're not the same family structure as heterosexual counterparts. So wouldn't be unusual for you know, two guys three or four of them to live together to support one another because we didn't have the wife and the kids in the Bobby move into gather all of us, and that we would have to travel. Thank you, sleep changed for reasons. That is correct for Jane. Cockle doodle do in the morning. So our boy Jesse Smith is don't obviously in the drive is getting ready to try to make bail. But apparently all this was put together simply because he wanted an increase in salary now, I don't know how going to jail get you an increase in salary. Gratien or getting or or putting the staging a violent act gets an increases Alary? But that was like not good. So that's the latest update is that he's looking he was looking he isn't looking anymore. It'd be looking for job. But he was a lawyer that too. He was looking to get an increase in his salary. So he decided that to put this whole thing together. And they went haywire. Owning he should've did with Aaron Donald held out. The difference is air. Donald was good job. He was a banker. Man. This is Jesse Sma. Let's level of acting and I don't watch empire. So maybe he's great on that show. I don't know. But this is a very bad acting an acting. This is writing and directing he wrote in directed this movie. Yes. And it was a flop is. So the police the police went on to say that they figured out early on at the story was somewhat, you know, not consistent because they found a weird that he kept a rope around his neck for forty two minutes after the attack. Now, somebody somebody put a rope around my neck. I'm gonna be walking around forty two minutes later, man. This wrote feel good one time I left the handcuffs on all the way to all the way to the Cox. So if you're Egner train station, the also now, take Uber. So you sitting here Uber with NewsRadio neck, and if I'm the driver, I'm looking at my wherever you like what's up dog? Why you got a new surrounding okay? Forty. If you're in a taxi same question, if you decide to get on another train, I'm looking over like on because anything that restricts restriction movement or make you feel uncomfortable. First thing you, do you tried to get rid of that if somebody put a noose around your neck and tried to strangle you to death. I would think that you'd want it office quickly clear as possible with think about us a kid, and you're big brother always tried to smother you with. You know, it's..
"iconex" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"He was the creative director at Fendi as well. And he had his namesake label to boot. So he was busy guy. But more the point for this program Lagerfeld in no small way, built luxury fashion as we know it today. Christina Brinkley has covered fashion for years. It's good to have you on. I'm glad to be here. What do you think fashion in the fashion industry would look like today had Karl Lagerfeld come around? It's unimaginable. I literally I can't even imagine that he's been such a huge part both in developing the industry and creating affections for the industry. It's just inconceivable to imagine what it would be like without him. Well, so let's get back to that creating the modern fashion industry thing he went to Chanel thirty five thirty eight something years ago and took what has been described as a Mormon company surviving, unlike perfume and turn it into this four billion dollars a year enterprise. Yeah. At a time when there really weren't enterprises like that. And when they hired Karl Lagerfeld he dug into these archives that were decades old and found these items that Coco Chanel had designed for herself and her clients that they're now Iconex Chanel, but they were I think Lagerfeld went to left back in the eighties that they were only being worn by Parisian, doctor's wives. He meant that. As an insult helped me understand that how we. We get from Karl Lagerfeld revitalizing Chanel to a guy who then many many years later also works with the fast fashion house age name, and and of crosses that divide. And he did that I think in about two thousand and four before it became a thing. Now, we've been seeing target collections and H and M collections. If we can take our mindset, we used to think that that luxury and fast fashion could never cross the same bridge. And and he loved it. I mean, he took the very strange delight in of sort of tickling things that people didn't think should be tickled. So what happens now to the fashion industry that he's gone? I who who replaces him who has the name recognition in the brand identity. Well, it's interesting Karl Lagerfeld did so much. He was designing three brands multiple collections and also had a gazillion side gigs. He clearly had people at each of these brands that were doing a lot of heavy. Lifting. So if you think about the engineer who's taking over now for him. She may not be we don't really know her. She's probably not quite the show man that he was a my guess is. We're not going to see a lot. That's that different in the products that we might not see quite the same showy shows precis things like, you know, moving an iceberg from Sweden for a show that. Yeah, you covered him for years. What's your favorite memory? This is actually one of my most unforgettable moments in ever writing about fashion. I was in Paris and had agreed to meet him. An interview him about something. He was doing a Fendi and went to this address which turned out to be a tent on the side of the son river, and it was raining that day. He didn't wanna go inside. And do the cocktail hour things. So he dragged me outside in the rain, and we stood there with his Butler who was in a tuxedo and key had a silver tray with a crystal glass of diet coke and Carl and I stood under an umbrella and this poor fellow stood out in the rain and had the most delightful conversation, which he was really playing hooky for what he was supposed to be doing. It was actually turned out to be a great memory. Christina Brinkley has covered fashion, and and Karl Lagerfeld.
"iconex" Discussed on KCRW
"That is Gus tres new album look alive and the song hard times. Those guys were here earlier this week for a live session, and it was good there. Also live at the observatory Santa Ana this weekend on Saturday nights for Gusta headed back music, inspired by the Oscar nominated film, Roma. That's begs cover of the song tarantula by the four artists color box. And what an awesome song it is. So trying to find out more about this collection of music, inspired by Roma. It is due out February eighth and looks like it includes music from Patti Smith ankle with Michael Kiwanuka. Laura Marling so good stuff on here as well. As that one from back. What's interesting about Roma? If you've seen it there really isn't a score. Here's a lot of space and quiets, and it's a beautiful film. Kind of unexpected that there would be this companion collection songs inspired by or or maybe not. New Yang tear sin in their Templehof is from the album all which is forthcoming from composer Yang tears began at set with elbow and trust the sun from their album little fictions. Morning becomes eclectic. Jason bentley. This is eighty nine point nine KCRW Santa Monica, Los Angeles. Support for KCRW comes from the Geffen playhouse presenting the new musical lights out NAT king. Cole packed with Iconex songs and dazzling tap dance. Broadway star and any word nominee delay hill stars as NAT king Cole in an electrifying exploration. Into the soul of an American legend performances, begin February fifth tickets and more at Geffen playhouse dot org. Today on press play man versus the elements. That's a favourite film. Trope thank the Martian the revenue castaway on and on. Now. Mas- Mickelson joins. Then it was beyond anything. I've ever done before. I mean, I've done crazy stuff before. But this was just day in day out a thing after the initial scouting on the first couple of weeks shooting up already lost about forty pounds. I'm Alan Brian had to survive a survival movie today. One on press play on KCRW..
"iconex" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Studio city that HDTV bought last year. Yes. The network is probably going to give it away to a fan once it has filmed and aired all of a very Brady renovation later. This year. So this comes quite a big investment. Okay. The company spent three point five million in a competitive situation for the peace of nineteen seventies Americana. They it outbid in sync Allom Lance Bass. He thought he had it. Yes. And then the next day. It was like bad news. I got outbid right? And they're investing quite a bit more to make the interior of the home look close as possible to the shows on Iconex stage five at paramount. They're rebuilding the house. They said the inside looked nothing like it did on TV. So they're making it looked like the set and the transformation and its results, which will also reunite original cast members. Is going to premiere later on this year. Okay. So this shows also can include appearances from other familiar faces that are not part of the HDTV family. And they said you'd be surprised how many people are Brady bunch fans. I wonder if Lance Bass will actually make an appearance, I would imagine. I would think so. Yeah. Me too. That'd be fun. It would be really if they said, they're still friends what they did was they kind of went and toured the house undercover. And then they they had to come clean if they wanted to seal the deal, so they went to the family. They said who they were and that we would re- really respectful of the house and then on Lance Bass. Yeah. Got man. That squeezed out. Pretty cool huh? There are no details on how they're going to give away the house, but the whole HGTV families involved in this too. Do you do you? Remember the pictures several months ago like every designer does attached to HDTV out there castle the Brady bunch. I mean, it's a it's a big old thing that'll be fun. Tell me. House. We don't know yet drawing of some okay, they're not revealing their not being completely transparent about that. But they also said that people will earn air quotes, a stay to be able to stay in the house like for a weekend or something in that. Cool. Cool. Cool wanna get rid of black heads? Okay. At four drops of Honey. To half a lemon. Okay. Rub. This on your face for about five minutes and then rinse with cold water at four drops of Honey to half of a lemon. Okay. Rob that on your face for about five minutes. Just like the lemon and the high and then rinse with cold water this from my daily life hacks calendar that you got me, by the way, we read several of these on some days we are now at. March eighth. Wow. We'll be finished with the slow your roll a little bit. Let's burn it better to burn out than the fadeaway. Neil young. I have five foods that can fight off a cold in town right now. Neil young. I think he is. Yeah. Oh, that's I think you're right. Yeah. I think so. Okay. You want to hear what foods will fight off a cold? Ali. Yes. Please. That I did feel a cold. Coming on waster. These are backed by science. Okay. Okay. Wasters? They have a ton of zinc, which is also an active an active ingredient and a lot of cold medicines. Like Zych him. Garlic Golic on garlic blocks enzymes involved in bacterial and viral viral infections. And helps your immune cells. How about that? Almonds. That can help you fight off a cold by boosting the sensitivity of your white blood cells Kiwi. This is what they did. They did a study, and they had some people a group of people eat Kiwi. While they were sick and another group eight the dreaded bananas. And the Kiwi group symptoms. Went way went away after four days. Oh days faster. Okay. And chicken soup. Of course, it really does work new young. It'd be at the Pantages January twenty sixth. Wow, that's on Friday Saturday, and then the orpheum on January twenty eighth the state theatre January twenty ninth then the Northrop he's just stimulating theaters in one city is going to be here for like a week. You'll young sightings. Yes. Dear. That would be really exciting. Yes. I wonder if Jimmy Fallon will be with them. He does a great impression does he really really does. Neil young came out and did a song with Jimmy wants the tonight show..
"iconex" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood
"A good wardrobe think uniform curated closet capsule wardrobe also as a young professional with limited resources Beatrix mix a really good point. Yeah. You know, I have to say I've never even really heard the term fast fashion before now, and I spend zero time thinking about how closer made sort of wear their made that conditions. So I'm really glad she brought that up and we should we should do a little bit more looking into. Yeah. We absolutely should. And she's right with my sort of goal of being kinder to the earth, and paring down and having less. I need to consider that. Yes. I need a curated closet. Yeah. I'm going to work on that. So thank you for bringing that up. Okay. Sarah. It's time for from the treadmill desks of which we discuss what's most pressing and our work psyches and this week it's collaborating with directors, and why is that on our minds because today, we are speaking with one of our favorite directors one of our favorite people, the fixes executive producer director, Michael cattleman. Michael is a prolific director and executive producer known for both high octane action and visually engaging character Centric material Michael made, his direct to'real debut on the critically acclaimed China Beach from there he quickly established himself by directing Iconex series such as happened Leonard scandal how to get away with murder. Or justified the X files northern exposure smallville and ER Michael is also an accomplished pilot director four of his pilots have been picked up to series. So sehr we're gonna have to ask him his secret because that is an incredible record in two thousand six Michael directed. His first feature film primeval for Disney and Hollywood pictures since directing that feature Michael has established himself as an executive producer director on many series, including Michael Bay's, the last ship zoo life on Mars, Gilmore, girls and true calling. Michael welcome them big youth. Nice to be here. Wonderful to have you here. Well, okay. First of all, can you explain or audience what the role of director executive producer on a TV show is? Yes, it's kind of like it's all things like being a fireman. And part of it is going where the fires are. But you, you know, it starts at the script. You read the script you kind of visualize. What it should be in your basically in charge? Of all the visuals are overseeing all the visuals of the show making sure that it's consistent..
"iconex" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Not very good. So bad that the directors were like, well, we need to cast you because you're Taylor swift. But yeah, we need to take these lessons. So apparently everybody in the acting class in New York had to sign India's nondisclosure agreements forte Anne Hathaway revealed on Ellen that she is giving up alcohol lease for the next eighteen years. She made the decision to abstain a while her son Jonathan who's two years old right now is living in her home. She said, you know, I'm going to stop drinking while my son is living because I know that or while my son is living in the house because I don't totally love the way, I do it. And he's getting to an age where he really does need me all the time in the morning. She was saying that she was always hung over. And it wasn't a good thing on the son of late. Emmy winning actor James Gandolfini is gonna play a younger version of Tony in the sopranos film. Three Guel filmmaker said the audition a bunch of actors, but it was nineteen year old Michael Gandolfini who perfectly captured the look the mannerisms of the character originated by his dad. During the TV shows original ran from nineteen ninety nine to two thousand seven that upcoming movie, by the way, features a young Tony soprano set in the sixties. I wonder how he got all of those mannerisms down. I wonder how that happened. I think it's very cool. That is a great story. The fact that the sun will play the father in the role that made the father Iconex so great story can read all of these Toby in Chile page at wash FM dot com. Don't forget one hundred dollar gift card could be yours. This morning just about one hour from now with our nearly impossible question. Get ready to play and win right around six forty. So yesterday, you told us about the thermostat wars in your household. Did you and your daughter come to some sort of a compromise because we'd love a little update we had a conversation. And then there was sleep. And then there was a development. Okay. More after sex. Live to tell all about. On the way right now. Thanks to get to talk to Lisa Bayden. Are we going to survive traffic what's going on? Absolutely. There's not much to tell with the light buying but traffic with the government shutdown. I have one brief delay in Virginia north of ninety five Dale city and one in Maryland, south antiques, seventy between eighty and one zero nine nothing to report on the beltway. What Toby and chilly in the morning. I'm Lisa Bayden on.
"iconex" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Next one easier. Now once in a while, I would take a break check. My email. Answer a few phone calls. Check the status of my EBay page and have a bag of chips ketchup chips. This is a port where I really kinda almost wanna examined right because this is a goofy motherfucker. He's got a big stupid Wagle and asked to can't trust. And he makes terrible movies and up into this point. He really is just your classic. Just loser to dream that he can't seem to attain who's cheating on his wife doing all his crooked shit. And but also, but he seems kinda goofy. This is a part where it's that bet is what's interesting about the psychopathic personality, right? Is the shallowness? Right. That is really the key is that it goes straight from he's talking flippantly about the movies that he's making plugging shit. And then the next moment he is literally gutting a human being right it description that he does in s K confessions about how surprise he was that guts are like sausages. And then when he pulls them all out like he thought, it would be kind of like, the gore you see in movies, but he was like. Can you believe it? It's like a bunch of bangers, and it's the it's the way that he looks at shit with. No emotion. Very very scary. And you start to realize, oh, this guy was of ticking time bomb this whole fucking tie. And of course, you know, it's interesting when you think about the message behind artists intentions Miley Cyrus has bangers actually about little hot dogs. And that's something that not a lot of people focus. So I think that's what is what is this called? When you think you're the star of your own movie. Like, it harasses them as narcissism. I remember there someone who said something mean to me on Twitter. And then I was like that was mean, and then they said, oh, I hope I didn't offend. I want to apologize to all of my fans, and they had like twelve followers that mindset, like don't even think of people like that straight up narcissism narcissism in psychopathic behavior, go hand in hand, not all psychopathic narcissist psychopaths, but most psychopaths are narcissists. It is it's interesting because. The internet seems to have allowed like many people do exist in these little bubbles because it is an honest, and because no one ever has to have kind of the words comer their mouth like checked by someone physically in real life that some I think a lot of people can say whatever they want on the internet because they're not worried about someone who they're saying to fuck and knocking them in the face. Yeah. There's no accountability. So these guys are both an example of these burgeoning personalities that the internet within create which is like now, I'm I think we're gonna see I think for a while we thought that maybe the internet would squash the idea of the heavy hitter and the of the fucking Iconex serial killer. But I think we're just gonna get more and more of it. After the dismemberment twitchell took down the plastic walls cleaned up the room with the Muna loaded the dismembered corpse into the trunk of Johnny's own red, Mazda and with great difficulty because he couldn't drive stick pulled the red Mazda into the garage. What I saw. I've talked to we. Even do it every kitchen learn how to drive stick. I'm just an old person saying that I learned how to drive do manual yellow geo metro that was the most fun to drive time with love to see you in a yellow I was. I was. Into that thing where your feet sticking out of the windows, though. It wasn't long. Yes. The guy I was longer than the car. It was a yellow convertible and in the tape cassette player in orientate with stuck. So all just like, it was I think it was automatic for the people. So it was just REM. All day. You hammered listening to man on the moon just careening off occurs. No, you're in the middle of the road is when you hit the curb, your no to joss, drove across the entire state of Wisconsin..
"iconex" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"If liquidators win and Iconex Chicago company will be no more are John Dempsey looks back on the history of the retailer. Right now. Richard Sears and alva- Roebuck. Started a mail order. Watch business in eighteen eighty six it expanded into a retail catalog redefining the way America shopped Sears began opening retail stores in nineteen twenty five and was the largest retailer in the US until nineteen Eighty-nine Sears merged with K mart in two thousand four but the company could not compete with online retailers who redefined shopping in much the same way the Sears catalog did in eighteen ninety two John Dempsey WLS AM eight nine thousand hundred in the race for Chicago. Mayor Bill Cameron says Lori Lightfoot is calling Toni preckwinkle, Gary Chico, Bill Daley and Susana Mendoza cockroaches Lightfoot says preckwinkle Chico daily dose are just over the age of death passes them by for advocating ethics now after taking support from alternate Burke before Burke was charged with attempted extortion. We're seeing you know, what what happens when it's like cockroaches. Are there's a. On married. They scramble initially there silent. Then they try to get they try to say not me not me, then when they get caught then they finally stand up and do something it's a day late dollar short. Birth was getting a little love in. The city council is name was restored to the city council. Finance committee door after it was blacked out for a few hours is replacement. Auburn Pat o'conner apparently doesn't want to victim at city hall Bill Cameron WLS AM eight and Illinois house speaker Mike Madigan has concluded the legislative session by thanking lawmakers for persevering through an epic struggle over the budget with Republican governor Bruce rounder the house finished its two year term today. The one hundred first general assembly is inaugurated tomorrow rounder is replaced Monday by democratic governor elect Jay Pritzker. Now, look at the roads if you're traveling on the Edens cooked, twenty minutes inbound from lake cook to the junction thirty Hannity out to O'Hare twenty-five inbound O'Hare to downtown forty junction in twenty-six is now are out to wolf thirty five fifty three ninety inbound from three nine. The burn fifty wolf in thirty Stevenson out to the tri-state forty five out to the veterans toll an hour. Ten inbound from the veterans toll forty tri-state in thirty and Dan Ryan out to ninety fifth. We're looking at about a thirty five minute trip. Inbound from ninety five twenty five or next traffic update in fifteen minutes news on the hour the half. And when it breaks continuous coverage at wlsaMcom now, the John how will show our next report at five thirty. I'm Jennifer Keiper, WLS AM, eight ninety news..
"iconex" Discussed on AP News
"And conflicts concerts, movie premieres championship games and parades. You can browse APS dot com to find Iconex photos to display in your home office. Or do you give to friends and colleagues for more information? Visit APN dot com. A list of words and expressions that Michigan university says should be banished has been released as AP. Correspondent Warren Levinson reports. She brought to the hugely popular show. Aretha Franklin's estate says it's paid at least three million dollars in back taxes to the IRS since her death in August earlier this week TMZ got its hands on some legal documents, which showed the IRS claimed the singer owes more than six point three million dollars in back taxes from two thousand twelve to two thousand eighteen Franklin died.
President, Dr Ronnie Jackson and Trump discussed on Speak Your Mind
"The leading when critic of the president's people want choice to visit for that veterans iconex affair structure secretary dr ronnie jackson who ended up withdrawing his name the president says he knows things about tester that could cost him his reelection at that rally president trump also saying he plans to meet with north korean leader kim jong hoon in three to four weeks the associated press reporting kim claims that the president will find out that he's not a person to point missiles at the united he states plans to meet with north the south korean korean leader president's kim jong hoon office also in saying three came to four promises weeks to shut the down associated a nuclear press site reporting in kim public claims view that the president will find us out that immigration he's not a lawyers person to are point telling missiles hundreds at the united of central states american migrants south korean that if president's they planned office to cross also the border saying kim tomorrow promises to shut they'll down be a detained nuclear site for some time in public the migrants view apart caravan us that immigration started its lawyers journey are weeks telling ago hundreds arriving of central in american tijuana migrants mexico that waiting if to they get plan into to san cross diego the border to seek tomorrow asylum they'll president be detained trump for has some vowed time to take swift the migrants action apart if any caravan members are that started lying about its journey wanting weeks asylum ago believing arriving the caravan in tijuana is a threat to mexico the country waiting asylum to get into seekers san diego are typically to held seek for a asylum few days before president are turned trump over to has federal vowed immigration to take swift agents action for if further any screening members are lying fox about news wanting fair asylum and balanced believing the caravan is a threat to the country asylum seekers are typically held for a few days before they're turned over to federal immigration agents for wildfires further screening burn millions fox of acres news each year fair and balanced and each year wildland firefighters like five chief james hall battle to contain.