35 Burst results for "Izzy"
"izzy" Discussed on NFL Live
"I think when you were living with me for a little bit when I was in law school. I was using the falcons was over. And I was like, why does he have to see this live? But also the other ones that you used to hate that were weird, which were totally explained. Logically, when we found out that Izzy had a brain tumor. Oh yeah. And so she was causing her to hallucinate, but she would see her ex for this guy that she had fallen in love with as a patient. Got engaged to died. But then she started seeing him and they were like sex scenes with the ghosts basically, but I mean, he wasn't connector. And Dominique was like, this is ridiculous. We've been explained. That was also before I was a seasoned TV writer. And I didn't realize how difficult it was. You're in the guild. You're so fancy. But no, I would literally watch them, and this was the sad part. I don't think you were living with me then, but I would come and be like, if you die, can you please come back to me? And I was so serious. I could rewatch those episodes. I remember the same way. You better pass me in the hallway and let me feel a tingle. Or you let me just like you realize how do you realize how outrageous that could be for someone who was not watching Grey's Anatomy? If you're not watching Grey's Anatomy, you should. I just mean at the time you would call me out of nowhere and be like, if you
"izzy" Discussed on ExtraTime
"Here's some random info for you guys. She lives in Brooklyn, but grew up in Oklahoma. She's a big NBA fan. She's an Aries. I don't know what that means, but I'll look it up. She has a crush on Tyler Adams. She has an anti capitalist streak and her co host is a timbers fan. What do you think? I'm gonna look up Aries as you guys try to assign Amy a team, let's see. That was too much for me to digest in one sitting. That was a lot of stuff. I think so lives in Brooklyn lives in Brooklyn. So that makes it a little tough. Rush on Tyler Adams, so we're probably looking for a defensive midfielder that grew up in Oklahoma. Yeah. I don't know. You would know where that lands you on the fan spectrum more than I would. Big NBA fan. Co host is a little bit of drama. I'm feeling with the anti capitalist and the timbers fan side. I'm thinking maybe Andrei kubas could be, you know, he's an up and coming D mid for Vancouver. We know how Vinny's artini feels about economics. Could that be an assignment here? That's actually that's actually really good. Yeah, I don't think Vancouver is a bad shout. I'm gonna say river's coach is literally quoting gramsci in postgame Prescott versus so there you go. All right, we say Vancouver. We did get an email back from them. They already recorded. She picked sporting Kansas City, but keeps calling them the wizards. She loved their history of the passion and the working class mentality. So yeah, we chose Vancouver. She took Kansas City. It sounds like, sounds like we were late to that party. Izzy sorrentino hit us up, so she's a Newbie to U.S. soccer in world soccer. She said her assigned team could be from the east or West Coast doesn't matter down for anything over here. She likes an underdog and doesn't need a team that's like number one for a decade straight, but however she says she wants her to be a reasonable chance that they'll make the top three in a given season or at least just win occasionally and make it fun, looking for a positive fan vibe. Folks that love the team and the players and our intents, but not aggressive, chill, but invested people to enjoy some time with. Yes, yes, and watch awesome videos. We won't say what you wrote there. Maybe eat some snacks. Forget what? High snack content here. So she's 30 years old, so she's 70 in soccer years. She says, grew up on Long Island, live in north Delaware. Now in Baltimore, hereditary New York Jets fan. Love it. So big jets on that side. How to goldfish named Vinnie testaverde. When she was a kid, the greatest. Current pet is a cat named Benny, defender as a soccer player as a kid, field hockey goalie, loves to see defenders goalkeepers in the spotlight, no favorite color, chocolate, peanut butter, Oreos, cookie dough on the favorite flavors, iced tea, amaretto sours, yeah, that's where we're at. What do you guys think? I think this is an easy D.C. United. I think you're talking about someone who's relies on history, you know, third Super Bowl ever. There would be no Super Bowl if it wasn't for John amith, hasn't won it since.
"izzy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"As the lunar new year holiday stimulated demand Bloomberg's Brian Curtis has more on that story now from Hong Kong. The CPI rose 2.1% from a year earlier that was in line with estimates. Core inflation stripping out food and energy gained just 1%. In the meantime, the PPI fell 0.8% as commodity prices lagged. The estimate was for a drop of 0.5%. Bloomberg economic says the pickup in CPI was down to higher food prices, not services. As such, the signal is underwhelming. In Hong Kong, Brian Curtis Bloomberg daybreak, Europe. Okay, there's a few of our top stories for you this morning. Look on a slightly lighter note. London's like the billionaire divorce capital of the world, I think. This is why this has got my attention and it has a lot of other people's attention too. This is Izzy angler days being sued by his wife for depriving her of the wealth from their 40 year marriage. He's worth more than $11 billion. It's being covered by all the tabloids Bloomberg's got I think the definitive piece really on the terminal this morning. Lots of people are reading it, and if you can never be too rich or too thin, there's another fantastic piece on the terminal. There is research going on at Columbia University now that says if you eat 25% fewer calories, you get to live longer Tom. That's my thought for the weekend. Yes. I'm gearing up for a weekend of extravagance. Are you? After a week of I can put you off. I love the billionaire story. It's amazing. So look, this is a court case. Yes, it is a serious, there's a serious answer. But the wife or the former wife carrying in England alleges, then there was this campaign destroy her and her partner and her partners business as well. And she alleges that is he actually is in England as he's known, hired private investigators and really threatened both. Yeah, it's a really grim story. It's a pretty nasty story, but it's really very well read and again, the travails of the billionaire class as they go through matrimonial angles. Well, it makes a huge difference when couples with this amount of wealth divorce, you know, you never know what they're going to potentially put those funds towards you know Amazon, for example. We could name a number of high profile couples who have done that recently. Okay, those are a few of the topics that we've been mulling over, but we've had a big story just in the last hour or so. The surprise pick for bank of Japan governor potentially the yen has surged on this report that the government will nominate kazuo ueda as the bank of Japan governor to succeed haruhiko kuroda. So we've got in our two top market watchers, Valerie titel and Eddie van der bell to tell us more. Eddie just first of all, big impact on the yen, why? What do we know about the kazi? I was saying at 6 a.m. this morning that it wasn't until Tuesday that we were going to get this news. From Japan. And that was the big thing. The fact that this was unexpected and is an unknown, right? The market was not expecting this. The market had been primed for a much more dovish candidate. And I think that is the reaction that we're seeing in the yen right now. The market is saying, well, we didn't get the ultra Darvish candidate and therefore it must be a hawkish message, right? But there's a lot more to unpack there. We don't know very much about this candidate. It wasn't a candidate whose name was in the running very much. And therefore, you know, I think the market is still scrambling at the moment for information about who this person is and what they're going to do. That central to the room, isn't it Valerie? I was speaking to someone at a hedge fund who focuses on Japan. When this news broke, and he said, look, we know what this guy was saying. Back in the 90s, he's deeply respected, was the take from my source saying he's a deeply respected economist. He has had experience both at the finance ministry and on the board of the BOJ, but they, my source and others are now scrambling to dig up anything that is fresh in terms of how his thinking has evolved. The other questions for me are why did amamiya turn down the position? He was the more dovish candidate talked about last week. And then secondly, why did the government not look at the other frontrunners? We had there was kind of three that were the leaders. Being the most dovish one, the other two lent slightly hawkish. Is there a reason why the government didn't go with the other two more hawkish candidates? That almost makes me think that maybe the market is reading this the wrong way. We're just unwinding the Amaya dovish headlines, but perhaps the government, neglected the other two hawkish candidates because they wanted to find someone a bit more dovish. So maybe the market's got something wrong on this. As you just mentioned, we really have no clue who this guy is. But that being said, the bank of Japan is going from such a long period of stability to now tossing in all these new candidates, these new names, Corona, and Abe, who was the previous prime ministers, were both the longest serving in their respective tenure. So it just goes to say that Japan is headed for maybe some volatility later this year. Yeah. I completely agree. I think, you know, I think that there is this death of information, but I do think
"izzy" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"The reason is perspective. You need to change perspective. You need to connect your message to your audience. Without connection, it's not going to work. Absolutely. I mean, as a voice actor, you know, I do many, many national commercials and I've got 34 audiobooks to my record and it's all about connecting. The way that you get booked, I don't have the best voice in the world. I like my voice and it works. You have a really nice voice. Well, thank you. I appreciate that. However, that's not what gets you booked. As a voice actor and especially at the level that I play at, what gets you booked is connecting to the audience. That's right. That's it. A connection, and that's so important. And with the voice actor or. With an actor, we have the better we play somebody else, the battery is resonated with the people. But if we are talking about presentation, the better we are ourselves. Absolutely. The better our representation is. You don't want to be, you don't want to be an actor. You don't want to be acting when you're presenting for your communication. Right? People can see that. It's so obvious. And there is other side of the coin. Which is unique. You don't look on how you can make feel yourself better, but you need to look how you can make them better. Your audience needs absolutely comfortable. Absolutely. So now it's like kind of balancing because something what is uncomfortable for you going to increase the level of perception in your audience. Yeah. What's interesting, so I just finished an audition for a client. And you rarely get a response back from your agent. The audition was for a suicide helpline. And I unfortunately have had a few people in my life over the last couple of years, commit suicide. And attempted suicide. And one is scary of a murder suicide. And let me tell you, I connected with a copy. I was very and my intent was not for me to sound good or to book the job. I was hoping that I could get it because I wanted my connection to come through. And my agent just called me right before we got on this interview. And said, wow, that was really good. I'm definitely submitting this. This is really, some people really miss the boat. Because, you know, one of the directions was not announced and just be authentic. And it was very easy, unfortunately, to connect with the copy. But I was really committed to delivering the message because I know how important it is that if you are having mental health challenges to get help, because it's very easy to go really dark and have actions that occur in your life that could take your life, and it's very quick. And so I felt that a serious responsibility and obligation to connect and it's important. Yeah, I think that you mentioned one really also interesting thing, which is like feeling this connection sometimes. You can either read the book or listen to somebody and you just feel that while it's exactly what I'm feeling or it's exactly what I'm going through or exactly the copy, the content is exactly what resonates with me. So. I know what you're talking about. And if we're going to be able to create this kind of communication that's going to resonate, that's going to connect really with our audience. I think it's the most incredible thing that we can experience because it's touching not the surface of our existence. But it's going really deep into what we feel, how we think, what we are going through. And this is this kind of how I'm calling this is emotional connection point. If you find this, you can really feel such a different vibration between you and your audience between you and text whoever you interacting with. Yeah, in essence, you let your energy come through, your communication, whether it's on camera, whether it's voice only, whether it's your email, it makes a difference. I mean, you can listen to I listen to a lot of audiobooks and a lot of podcasts. And you can oftentimes hear if the person speaking is connected to what they're talking about or they're just a talking head. You know, there's a lot of people that say a lot of incredible things, but you can hear that it's not really who they are. And it's obvious because you don't feel that connection. There's other people that you do feel a connection to. I think that for me, it was also the different level of acting skills that sometimes you have this kind of run through that you become your role play. The guy who you who you are supposed to be and you can have the same feeling with your audience with because they're going to feel this. And it's going to be so strange that they're going to say well, I want to somehow interact with this guy. I don't know why I don't know how, but I feel this. It's something above I think it's something about our existence or understanding the world. Yeah. Yeah. If someone wants to reach you, how do they how do they get in contact with you, is he? How does he find you? LinkedIn is the best source. So if you will type ISIS at Yale, I'm going to pop out awesome. And also that link will be in the show notes. So if you're listening, just check on the show notes. And they're right there. I really appreciate it. Is he thanks so much for being here today. I really appreciate you all the way from across the world in Poland for being here today. I really enjoyed our conversation. Thank you so much, rob. Absolutely. Thank you so much for your support and taking time out of your precious day to listen. So appreciate it. Thank you for allowing me along my very special guest, Izzy to touch your heart, move your soul and inspire you to live a life of transformation. I'm rob axis. Until next time. This is life transformation radio. Download complete.
"izzy" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"In the moment and seeing who you are. Yeah, so even if you make a few steps forward, they still have exactly this past view of you. Right. So I had really problem with the practical things. When I get there, there was a second round, of course, I did a lot of such a big improvement that they decided that they're going to take me. So I was still living with the label and I was really really bad actor, have to say it was the true. But for me, it was work in progress still. And I had really problem with practical classes. Because if you don't understand the comments, if you don't understand what kind of direction you should aim, you're never going to find this. So I was trying to understand them and I was trying to listening them like following what the saying to me, and I was thinking that I'm doing really right. And I'm doing really well. And at the end of the semester, they told me, oh, actually, we want to maybe you should not be here, maybe it's not your right place. But somehow, I get pushed to the second semester semester. And when the first year finished, they told me, you know, there is something wrong about you. And I said, okay, so what's wrong? So I can work it through and give me some directions. I thought that I was following your directions to everything should be fine. And. My head of my class told me, you know, maybe you should listen jazz and I said, what the hell, how it's connected with my development with my skills, you know, avoid my acting. So this kind of advices were really poor to implement. And I knew already that they are not going to give me the results that I want. And for me, and other teachers said, other professors said that, you know, easy data, actors should read the books. And it was practically a classes. And I said, how is connected with my acting skills? I think that actors are making themselves better through practice. Absolutely. Yeah. So you have this kind of contradiction of the information. So basically, you just don't know. It makes no sense, but you're trying to follow, but there is no results, and so on and so on. So after I decided that I'm going to do through my own rules, I'm going to start to do the workshops outside of the school. And what happened there is that people didn't see labels anymore. That people didn't perceive me through Did I say? So you were so they didn't have any passion with you, so they only saw your present. They saw what you were doing right now. Exactly, and the feedback was like, you know, really on the opposite side. Of this one, what I get before. So and after, of course, the balance just shifted and I neglect a lot of salary things and I improve myself in a practical way. So after they wanted to stay me, but I already decided that I'm going to move. So I quit after third year because I didn't see any future benefits advantages of staying there because I'm not like a paper guy that I'm in the paper to prove new skills. So now this is how it happened. You're not acting now. But you use acting on a regular basis, how? I'm still acting because I think that it's like trying to teach something you just can not fit from authority, radical point of view. But you should also keep doing this. So you have a fresh feedback. So in two weeks, I'm going to UK to perform. But now I'm using this. To help people, because they're the lever level of their presentation, really matters. Because if I see somebody who is not confident, if I see somebody who is not fluent in his speech, my credibility and trust just decreasing towards this person. Right. So it's really important on how do you present your offer and how do you communicate? Because using a flappy words or there is no concrete, there is no value. You don't see and you don't understand your audience perspective. You are not able to create something valuable, but here is the thing that will give them value, they will give you back. Right. They will give you something that you want. So you will be able to move forward to take another action and another one. Yeah, it's important to connect when you're communicating exactly. Exactly. Because people can pick up when you're not authentic. They can see it. It's so some people don't realize how powerful connecting from a heart to genuinely offering something makes an impact. And why some people have all this Polish and they're not successful. Yeah, and you know there is something like understanding what you are talking and feel understood. Yes. By other persons, so basically what we want to aim with our communication is to make people feel understood so they feel understood, they can resonate with our messages. And because basically, now with the business presentation, everybody use the same hammer. Hey, I'm easy. I'm a business communication coach, and I'm doing this and this. I'm helping, I'm helping solopreneurs entrepreneurs to create a better messaging. But it's not working. Right. Because people feel the pattern. So they immediately switch off. If we want to have results, we need to change our communication. We need to change perspective because we are going there with telling about other solutions, our solution, and there is an echo. They do not see in the same way. And you just left wondering how they can not see it, why they don't see the solution the way I do.
"izzy" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"Do you call me misses action? Sorry. And I'm not even wearing my wig today. Look at that. No hair, I'm misses action. That's all right. Yep, I have my own. There you go. I can borrow you. There you go. Yeah, so by the way, I love the intro that you are posting because in the intro is like the law of action is about leaving in the balance, moving forward with the momentum in inspired action. And have you ever noticed that if you have a balance, the bigger speed you have, the more balance you have. Yes, so to be in balance, you need to constantly moving. Absolutely. It's all about momentum. Yeah, it's all about momentum in your life. When you decide you plan, you act, you're living in the life of inspired action. It creates a momentum in your life and the universe takes notice and magic happens. People come into your life, opportunities come into your life, and if you just sit there, you're not going anywhere. You can look at it like a boat without a rudder and engine. It just sits in the water. When you have momentum, things happen right in front of your eyes. You know, you see wildlife. You see dolphins and killer whales and you see that there's an island next to you and you can go places. And a lot of people just sit in life and they don't take action and they have no momentum and then nothing happens in their life. It's really so hard to start moving. So absolutely. We will create momentum, because look at this, like rocket, all the ways, like spent like 97% of the fuel at the beginning to just move it. So if we will, if we will be able to create this momentum, it's definitely much easier for us to keep going to keep moving to keep trying and if we even falling, it doesn't matter, unless we still falling forward. Right. Well, you know, life gets in the way sometimes and things happen. So a lot of people recently I know have lost their jobs and they've been moving that freight train like it's been full speed ahead and now they've just stopped. And now they have to start that momentum again. They have to slowly get back into it. And it takes a lot of steam and a lot of energy. And at any moment, things can happen. Yeah, I know that you in the U.S. in America, you don't have cars with the clutch, but wind pollen we still have. Oh, we have cars with clutches. We have standard. We do have standard stuff. The cool ones have the cars with the clutches. I can drive a standard transmission. Some people do. Okay. So for me, it's like driving with really not good operating with the clutch. It's just, you know, it's so hard. It's just shaking you. And it's so exhausting for you to just keep going this. So if you understand how the clutch is going, why, what kind of things are moving you forward? It's going to be much easier and much smooth. Absolutely. Well, you had an obstacle, so you were an acting school, and you got kicked out 14 times. So tell me more about that. What's that all about? I mean, I don't know, is that a claim to fame? I've been kicked out of school 14 times. I was kicked out of boy scouts. But that's a whole other story. I think that. So let's do the one step back and start from the entry exams. Because under entry exams, I was trying to get to the school. And of course, I failed and they told me that I'm stupid and deaf. And I'm never going to be able to think in tune. And this was the label that they just put me. To put on my backs, actually on my forehead. I exactly knew about it. So and I just want to jump in real quick. So if you're listening to this, just know that Izzy is in Poland right now. So English is not his native language. And he's doing remarkably well, but I don't want you to think in this story that, you know, because he is picking his words very carefully and he, like I said, English is not his native language, so I don't want you to think that he's slow in any way, 'cause he's not. He's brilliant guy. He just is in Poland and speaks Polish, fluently, and English is a second language. So I don't want people to judge you by what they're hearing since his audio on the podcast. And I want them to know that, no, he's brilliant. However, English is not your first language. Yeah, English is not my first language. By the way, I have a problem. Really big problem to learn and language. So for like 9 years, I couldn't speak any language. And now I'm doing great. You're doing great. So it's the matter of the methodology that you're using, the people that are helping you to get there. And the time and effort. And action, do you have a courage to use it to do it to keep going, even if it's not going well. At the beginning, at least. So coming back to the story, I called my friend when I heard this, I called my friend. And I said, hey, they told me that I was stupid and deaf. Forgot about this first things. Adjective, focus on the second one. Can you make me think? And he said, yes, they are just lazy. They don't want to teach you. They looking for the ideal product already. But you are going in the school. Right. So they do not slam dunk, you're a diamond in the rough and they don't want to take the effort and the work. To get you to where you need to be. Well, thank you so much, yeah. But. We forgot that our life is a work in progress. So even if you have skills, if you do not do these things, or if you do not train, it's impossible to be good at something. So I never sing before. And he said, okay, so yes, I can teach you. And I said, how much time is going to take? Because I knew that they're going to be second one in three months, and he told me one month. And I said, great, because we have three. And he answered. So we're going to learn, we're going to teach you twice. And you're going to have one month of holidays. And through this, when they put the label on you, it's they are making assumptions, correct. Basing on what they had, how they perceive you in the past. And I guess you could call that already always listening. That's a very common thing. So people look at you and they're already always listening of your past and they don't see, that's why a lot of times people in families, it could be 30 or 40 or 50 years old and people will look at you as like a little 5 year old kid because that's what they already always listening about you. It doesn't matter what accomplishments you've had or anything. They're going to see you as the little boy because that's the way that some people look at people. And so they already assume who you are. Based on their past and they don't, they're not present
"izzy" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
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"izzy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Presented The concepts of 39 79 and make sure that if you have a book on the Holocaust that you have one that has opposing that has other costs believe me that's come up Caroline SD superintendent doctor lean led better call the Holocaust a terrible event on Facebook saying the comments were in no way meant to lessen its historical impact He also says there are no two sides of the extermination of the Jews by Nazi Germany It looks like the shows will go on as a feared Hollywood strike has been averted at nearly the last minute thousands of Izzy members were set to begin a nationwide strike Monday in a move that would have brought production of scores of TV shows and movies to a standstill A three year contract was agreed to Saturday evening it must now be ratified by the union's members I'm Brad Siegel A foul stench continues to spread across Southern California Los Angeles County public works director Mark Pastrana says scientists are working on ways to get rid of the smell along the Dominguez channel He believes experts have identified the cause of the odor This is decomposing materially in the channel appears to be the source Pastrama adds crews were there this week to spray a water based product that's comprised of environmentally friendly biodegradable products the solution is used in landfills ponds and industrial facilities to convert hydrogen sulfide into assault thereby knocking the release of the gas into the air The congressional committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol is poised to take the first step toward criminal charges against former Trump strategist Steve Bannon a vote on the matter is scheduled for Tuesday Bannon has so far refused to cooperate with democratic led panel after receiving a subpoena The committee's chair accuses him of stonewalling and says they will not tolerate defiance of our subpoenas New York State attorney general letitia James is suing two cemetery companies over fraudulent practices Liz Warner has more The suit.
"izzy" Discussed on Be Calm on Ahway Island Bedtime Stories
"Let's be calm on our way island. Our story today is harbor happiness. It was early morning and the sun was just rising over the waters of alway- island bay making the water look as shiny as diamonds. Teagan tugboat sat at her dock patiently floating in the water. She was eager to get the day started today. Degan was going to see her. Good friend is icebreaker. Day was a day off for both of them. They didn't need to do any of their usual work so they could just spend the day together and play. They were going to do all kinds of fun things race in the river. Talk about the beautiful places. They've been and even visit some of their other friends like manny. Motorboat then is he was going to stay overnight in the empty dot next to teague in stock teagan had been waiting for this day for a long time so she had planned everything out. All she had to do was wait for busy. And the day begin but after some time teagan was surprised that izzy hadn't arrived yet. She knew that izzy lived on the docks near the northern waters of alway- island. Far away from teagan. Doc on our island bay but she hadn't expected it would take so long for easy to travel to her so teague and to be patient for a while longer but after a while teagan started.
The Complete and Abject Failure of Biden's Afghanistan Withdrawal Will Define His Legacy
"Video of afghans clinging to airplanes as they're taking off this is saigon on steroids. This is a whole ariffin collapse. And it is a complete an abject failure of the bite administration and everybody knows it. Everybody knows it. Jim acosta blasting the biden administration. Well jim don't mean to be a smart aleck here. But you helped deliver biden to the world you helped deliver the by administration with your antics against president trump. This never happened under the trump watch. This didn't happen with donald trump. This is joe biden's legacy and he is in the bunker again. He's back in the basement hiding it's unreal jim jordan on tv. Where is he joe. Piscopo down the hall. Izzy sick is the il. We got a catastrophe that impacts the american people for twenty years. America's have watched their loved ones fight in afghanistan after the actions of nine eleven and the terrorists and before for joe biden to be on vacation. Do you know what the white house has done. They send out a picture of him sitting in this huge empty room with a bunch of empty seats staring blankly at a bunch of computer screens on the wall. That's the commander in chief.
"izzy" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"Five horizon radio from the highlands of scotland. We are voices from around the world. Hello bases carbon before that play a must've lost from the same same open up. Please what what made me a sounds. Like if you've ever gone near the record Who who is by might be by thin. Lizzy is co dance festival into thin lizzy guitar Very similar to dance with the devil. Them man that's that's a huge as man. Basically very fast very fast guitar bug can and if you're watching you live you in the audience. You can just imagine what you had to go to to make that work. Yeah this is this you know. This record was a bit of a change of basis. Well in the sense. When i went into it i knew that it was going to be a bit more abrasive in raw even more than the last one and i love the last one that we did which was call on the bull Beyond with this one were big more ruthless in You know Much more Roussy the sense You know let's just have a role sort of you know again like really inspired by those early aerosmith everything you know. Just organically raw right so So that sort of spin it really transcended into this into this album. But it's fascinating in the sense. The sort of album is a bit of a rollercoaster in the sense You know it starts very abrasive but amusing the ends on a much. More melancholic note So so hopefully you. Don't people dig. It should be fun. I had a lot of fun making it. That's And that's more important than anything. Come because of of enjoy what you do. I just wish we had more time. And normally to be honest with you most individuals last thirty minutes including the songs because those out to talk about but also that signal flow only and this nearly one hour on of enjoyed every single minute of and we'd love you to join him with the bottle of the funds concept. Yeah absolutely sentiment. No you need to do is is when the websites done properly. It's going to be a simple form. You could register your cell. Phone is going to be. You can put you on. Your website says going to be a free advertising place for you is a area in it and then the rest of it is up to you and your fans and then at the end of this year we're going to announce pub could win the summer. Now be before the end of the year who is gonna be invited to. Of course that depends on. Can you afford as well 'cause times not easy for for bands per because it's a new concept we think is going to attract the international press. That's yeah that's i think it's a great idea man. I think you should go with the all very definitely. We'll definitely love to come. Come by the band's as in seeing some competition it's the of the funds and yeah well. It's different than i think sounds fun. I'll over eighteen gone skype anyway. Anytime you've got one of the all of a band members went to a slot just just in touch and be happy to talk to you. Again is a name the websites again whether you could music Our website is is. He's caravan dot com. That's isaac said i e s caravan dot com. We're on facebook instagram. Just hundreds stone is he's Were pretty a website is like really action back website. It's like a. It's like a scrapbook of thing. So so like the scrapbook style Tr try and find out what fema is because i one that fame for the funds a musician show a local scrapbook thing is good. Yeah so yeah so people can check it out now and have fun You know if they joined the mailing list stop. We'll send them the entire record for free so you know and if you to a new officers And yeah it sucked with the pandemic that berm. Yeah it is man. Yeah a full. Up more into cricket by the way also apartment son. I have an arsenal dot to man. So you know this. Yeah aboard and read man or get thanks. Yeah cheers man. Thank you so much like. It's like you said i didn't even realize our gone by this was awesome man. So thank you so much for having us in against big shadow to you guys by and it's You guys go out a few wheat to You know how bands like by you know by now so Cheers not spreading the word spreading the love. If you come to that so people than you might watch tv. Ib program here now but we do it because it's important. You spent many years trying to find ways of instruments making songs. At least somebody like goes now be contrived for you Michael you've got a good company there. And i'm like actually forbid happened nephew. So i've a good in. We live your land. We'll talk soon for sure. Man cheers. dude. Thanks a lot bye-bye..
"izzy" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
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"izzy" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
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"izzy" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"Why we're here today. I guess yeah you know that's a that's just how the music business has gone right. It's it's i mean. Obviously were still in the the storm so we speak so the good and the bad was probably going to be debated maybe a couple of decades from now but at this point of honestly i can't complain because i don't think i would have been able to do this stuff. in the sixties and seventies eighties because The good at technology is is the fact that i have a studio at my own now and i can literally e. r. produce stuff that was unimaginable A few decades ago so that's obviously the good fit the the challenge of it although is How do you distinguish yourself as being the signal from the noise right. I mean. I always draw the analogy where it's like trying to find you know life on an exoplanet somewhere out there. You've always noise coming. You know whiz. But there's just so much content out there that i think that the the i mean if you wanna call it the negative part of its i think one for one. I think people are losing that sort of attention span. The us to have back in the knee right. I mean i listen to pink floyd record and enjoyed for all its sort of nuances in-depth meaning but i think with all this mass content out there that's becoming a little tedious but again up but the good part of the freedom right away. I haven't feeding to produce an album and you know. I'm chimney sleep plugging my new album. Which is coming out in. June fifteen but believe it or not. Do we have an eighteen minute song on that album and on pre certain if i did this a few decades ago no record company would even dutch that stuff right so so. That's you know it's a it's a off it's got its ups and downs. So i must have was a few mp threes and afo. That sounds a bit long In my own head because we'll people like us on that long. I mean maybe they do these days. Maybe i'm getting old fashion. I mean in the end. I'm going to play percents. I've the half an hour The vote kill return blow the lead because both religious a Of your you'll new release isn't it. Yeah yeah you can tell us more about the time. Where are you based on the way What would the ban started in canada. i'm Right now in south asia and Of course with the band don't mobility's pretty restricted right now so i'm here but Beyond goes back to To a little town in canada and a nine bucks wayne. Y'all gonna say very restricted troubling about the new indian variant that colin it from that We will hug them this summer. One was hoping then. Philippines and the fed cianci's is version Hopefully christmas we change it for tacky so we need to be very blunt pictures. It's a lovely country and have multiple swing by yet and my best friend from toronto by the way east desperately trying to get into philippines at to be with his wife but the pandemic is always really so yeah hutton's butler even though you'll get were open world less guy who Two weeks don't know so he claims again. It really know to be what they're doing. I think yeah i. It's tough man. it's becoming so. I think we're not accustomed to this. Degree of uncertainty at a mass social level and that sort of unpredictability really plays on the human psyche. Anyway right so so that not knowing where you're going date day is It's it's definitely taking stolen people now in that that is in. I mean if you if your flight is cancelled they offer you a new one. That's predictable if your grocery shopping doesn't advise The van burnt down. They will tell you when but when it comes to major life things. You can't trust your counter. The shops you count me. Anybody can't hug died when he was on the and that's what music comes in. Everybody needs to go into the web. And do i mean i. must've malibu. Say this february one. Because everybody's special and it's going to is cavern dot com as an example in this case But you'll kotov Some never heard. I've been doing. The food doesn't people in the last couple of months and lop he'll play the guitar But you know strongly down. If i've said it before twenty one but you'll get tired is awesome. It's one of the best of ever heard and when you mentioned dire straits i'm thinking from obviously you know. I still go and play that riff though you know it's just While thank you so much man that i really. It mean a lot by the way but i honestly got to give credit to To all the musicians that that have inspired me to do this right. it's Growing up those early early aerosmith records in Sort of getting that. First foray into rock and roll listening to joe berry brad. Whitford these guys for you know in but ultimately i had actually left music right and It was just a few years a couple of years. Back when i got back into it and When i did that's when i realized that Behind all the stuff that actually listened to Was the bloomsbury so getting back into music back into guitar and getting back into the blues To me was it was like a second lease life right and And it was like this. Kick up the behind which was like. Wow you know. I gotta do this and i gotta do this right. This time and All credit guys. Like you know steve all and and get into big blues musicians. Lighten hawkins buddy guy. Muddy waters suffer that johnny winter. Rory gallagher man. Oh.
"izzy" Discussed on Pantheon
"Have dyslexia him once. That's very true to be married that let's own. Maybe i'll many postponed because we could get his game together. He's like paul right. He seems kinda fun. He has fun friends. He's friends withdrawn mayor which john mayer seems like. he's very into comedy so even though john mayer is troublesome. I feel there. David david duke. Dick what people people don't forget or i did forget about that briefly. Actually what is this. What are you talking about. I hate to go down this rabbit hole. basically john mayer so does love comedians. And sometimes he thinks he's funnier than he is because he likes comedians and so he tried to make a joke and rolling stone that even though he's like a super liberal he david duke dick except for and then he named the actress who plays hillary banks except for her. She refuses to sleep with like non white black. Yes yeah he. He just hasn't he has not been attracted to them. What a fucking piece of shit. I love rolling stone. Oh my look like. He was carved out. So so no thing. Okay this menu. Sorry as he you know. I have a horrible habit of sipping for white men sometimes and i will say john mayer had A really big. I think alcohol abuse problem for a while. So you're gonna say cock. Because he also probably i think he does. I think he does. Have a shockingly large cock. And i don't know why i know that go continue. Sorry well that. I wouldn't be surprised. I think he's He's sober now. I know that he's completely sober because he was like. I can't do that anymore. I wasn't good person. When i was he wrote. Your body is a wonderland about jennifer love. Hewitt i really. Yeah i hate because he's the only millennial guitar player that boomers like all love for some reason like he's like the one that gets all the boomer praise yeah he does not okay. Post-mortems seems like fun and he's only twenty five so he's only going to keep making money. That's some fortunately true. Anti has not only getting bigger and bigger well and he's he's not done hate crimes and isn't he getting into movies to poem. He's extremely disrespectful of Hip hop and hip hop culture. And all heather. You gave us quite the doosy though. There's no winning that's very true. That's very true what. I can't kill them. All you know. I would kill mark. Wahlberg on principle. I would thought annella ice. He's he's most of. It will just be him trying to find my vagina. Feel like that's okay at least willing to look as opposed to dj..
"izzy" Discussed on Pantheon
"No no no no. No honey was a fluke. Because i used to fat loop. But here's the scoop troop the isis back to make it hoop maker. Who never have. I been more angry at the double o. And the english language as a concept we gotta get rid of it could case against it. This is fucking dr seuss. I wouldn't even insult dr seuss like that. This is like a walk in your pocket. Type bullshit here. No white new hampshire high. School boys wraps together And like gassing each other up for how creative. They thought using those double owes. Where you hail from new hampshire. You would know this. I can pick your high school boys like sitting in a like either We had outright outside our cafeteria. We had this little foyer area. That if you're a senior you're allowed to sit in it. And i picture vanilla ice and two of his high school friends writing these wraps even though i know he was in high school at this point but it just gives me that energy you know. His boys were just like oh. He said who who are probably waving their arms like dipping owen. Scoop to scoop true i make amiga hoop like. Wow what you thought. It was a fluke. Don't try to play me like some wet food stamp. Yeah the wet food stamp was very strange. I don't think he's ever like used a food stamps. So i don't think he understands what he saying because he's trying to use food stamp like a stamp. You know like a stamp on an envelope. Yes if it's what it's not gonna work but that saying i don't think understands the physical hard yes or a food to end. I mean i think you know. I'm not a material science major. But i just don't think he gets. It took lamey like some wet foods. You don't like play me. Don't try to play me. Are you the cashier. And someone's trying to use a wet. You know what i mean like. I don't understand who's being played here. When you're mentioned honor. They should honor the food stamp. And i know. I worked at market basket as a teenager. I would honor it. I would be like you know what it works. I also worked at market basket. Didn't play your customers. You know his sounds like someone's trying to play him. I did not. I mentioned earlier that he does like an ice cube flow on some songs. But i don't know what he's doing on this song. Oh now that he's like pack trying to squeeze so many words somebody syllables. You'll next to the front page of the national can national enquirer. I think he's trying to be inspired. A little bit by his rastafarian fascination. Like i think he's trying to like poll on that essence which is going so informer is what you're saying. Yes yes that's what i'm saying and it's it's very bad. I also. i think this song begins. What is the tug of this album. Where there is a part of mr van winkle who wants to build on the success he had on the first album by being a little like friendly hip hop for the radio heavily as corny but then also is trying to be a little tougher right. He's trying to be like listen. This is my chance to show that. i'm not..
Which Conor McGregor Will Show Up at UFC 257?
"Aerial. Thank you so much for joining me man. It's good to have you back my old friend pablo. It's good to hear from you. You don't call as much. But i do get very excited when you do reach out. Aerial halawani has covered mixed martial arts for fifteen years and he hosts the dc in hawaii. Podcast for espn. I don't call you much. But i call when it's important and it's an important time in your life right now in the life of conor mcgregor right now. You just spoke him in a big sit down four. Espn ahead of this. Weekend's big fight against us poor area so how would you describe how. Connor is feeling mentally right now. So that's a great question. Because i've been covering connor since two thousand thirteen since right before his have debut in. I've obviously seen all the extreme highs and lows of his career. Of course it's been a roller coaster especially the last few years when he became this This megastar this time around. Had you asked me which connor would be in front of me. When i spoke to him would it be the zen like connor. Would it be the trash talking. Connor the jovial connor. You know all the different iterations. I would've said it would have been the urinated conor mcgregor upset conor mcgregor the conor mcgregor. Who had big plans in two thousand twenty to fight. At least three times to fight manny pacquiao right. Reclaim his spot. As the man the king in may but none of that happen instead. What got pablo was actually got a very relaxed conor mcgregor accountable gregory who is like slouched in his chair. I've never seen him sit like this before he was wearing a new custom suit but he's wearing slippers as well sort of like all of us working at home these days as always already all we focus on the positive side. I was ready to continue and it didn't go that way. It is what it is. I still have that inside me now. I'm still ready to go of kept. Preparations are back. And i'm very happy to be back. Twenty twenty one. We're going to replicate this again. I'm starting the year force. Pay per view of the year and a very excited about that. He was very chill. He was very calm cool collected. I don't know if i've ever seen him that. Calm before fight. So i was pleasantly surprised to see that i wanna get into how he may have arrived at that mentality because it's been a year aerial since mcgregor last fought. That fight lasted forty seconds. It ended with mcgregor knocking out. Donald sironi so can you take us back to the aftermath of those forty seconds. What was the expectation for. What would come next for conor mcgregor so going into that fight. Everyone who's like izzy back. Is he still good. Can he stay out of trouble all this stuff and then he comes in there and completely. You know rex ceremony. What about its many style. Vegas is on fire. He gets on the microphone from town. He's calling everyone out. King is back. I mean it's just an electric seen. Only he can bring to the fight. Game had opportunity to go in his locker room afterwards and interview him. And i would describe him in that moment as happy excited actually even a little emotional as well i. I saw him get a little emotional but not satisfied. He wanted to fight february. He in his mind needed to make up for lost time because he didn't fight in twenty nine thousand nine. He spent more time in legal trouble than actually fighting twenty eighteen. The one fight against habib twenty seventeen. The floyd fight so he wanted to make up for lost time. He was pushing to fight the following month. And if not he wanted to fight in march and then of course in march everything changed and what was so interesting about what happened in march was instead of being upset. The press annoyed pissed off like the rest of us that are plans are big. Plans are big twenty. Twenty plans had been derailed. Connor almost took it upon himself to act like a politician. What does that mean. So like conner had a very close relationship with the irish people and they loved him right they had this amazing support towards him and dislike this unwavering loyalty towards him and in two thousand nineteen. They kind of turned on him. And you know you can make a strong case that they were in the they were in the right to do a lot of things to really upset them. Most notably punching that that old man in the bar that was caught on camera and so in march when the country is down in its lockdown. And everyone's depressed. He's doing these presidential videos. Truly down must began and it must begin now. The literally you go online. And he's standing there like president politicians what they should be doing. We must our airports. We must all non-essential business. We must cook all non essential travel. I wanted to call upon my people that were eight people of ireland. This fight needs us all and he started leading by example and he started filming his home workouts and he started donating millions of dollars in personal protective equipment and visiting children's hospitals like say what you about connor and twenty nineteen in two thousand eighteen. He really was on his best behavior in the early portion of the pandemic and really took it upon himself to be this sort of a beacon of light if you will or this positive role model for these people and and i think that he stepped up a lot of people didn't expect that out of him and i think it was sincere was genuine but you know to try to give back to community.
"izzy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"On the podcast. Shannon killer. Listen, uh, you find time to clean yourself up the floor is yours. Don't do anything offensive in this final segment. If you can help yourself I did pull up my pants. Just a moment ago. That big help to me. I'm not gonna lie. Okay, Cool. Okay, well, we're gonna go a couple of different directions. Azzawi do the musical assignment today. One direction That is good for anybody to go down is the old Man Bowl. We have Brady and Brees, the old man, everybody I know they're not really old. But comparatively speaking, is that OK is to say they're 43 whatever you know, over 40, and they're really Two of the greats of their generation. One is probably the greatest quarterback of all time. So we want to pick artists who have been the greatest for a long time Artists that have that longevity that career longevity so Taken artist that has been able to hang in there for a long time. If you go down that road down this other beautiful rose print path is Yeah, is, uh, is the inevitable fighting and arguments that will happen in New York surrounding the Nets? Because you know those three guys aren't going to get along as we discussed. One guy's already not showing up to work, so There's gotta be bands that we all love who actually do fight. You actually throw punches and so you can either pick a band that fights and hurts each other or a band that's been along for a long time. Beautiful. Sounds good. Who wants to go? First? Anybody that I'll do it if you all I don't know. What do you got? Tony? Feeling it tonight at the stage, Paul. I think you should set the stage. Yeah, Yeah, just bum rushed it. I don't I felt right, like because I got an immediate It just popped into my head when Kayla was handing out the assignments, So I'm gonna go with the fighting band members. Topic, Shannon. Okay, good. And I'm not even sure why I'm doing this, Tony, but I'm going to do this. If you remember the first the first incarnation of guns and roses. The original lineup of that band pretty got great rock and roll band when you really go back slash Duff 00 Sadler, Steven Adler on drums and is he's traveling bro. Is he blankets traveling? So Yeah, you know, I think once those guys left is he's traveling rhythm guitar player and co writer of a lot of the great guns of Rose's songs he took off and the drummer Steven Adler took offer was fired or whatever. And you know, guns. Rose is still out there doing it today. There are machine They sell out stadiums. God bless him, But I got to tell you there was an element that's never been replaced because they have kind of a swing more of a bluesy rock and roll thing. I think with the first line up, then they have now. And I want to pay tribute to Izzy's traveling a guy who good rhythm guitar player kind of the Keith Richards School on great songwriter. Probably very underrated when you get down to it, because I think most people think Axl and slash right everything. Fact of the matter is is he's traveling, wrote a lot of the classic songs that are still getting played today. So, Tony, if I could go to the use your illusion, one record. Wow. I'm gonna hand the microphone over to Izzy Stradlin for stand Bones. Wow, no, just involved. Yeah. Do you take all that your own? You forget about your home. You just Blanken go dust and bones, Tony. Holy Holy holy, Any member of guns and roses end up in the Hawks Little because of their antics. Is he an axle? We're getting into it quite a bit. In fact, I think he's he's traveling through a microphone at Axel on stage one night. And I think he quit the band shortly.
"izzy" Discussed on KTOK
"I'll tell you right now interest rates for protected accounts. They're going to start going down. Even they've already started going out when they started. That's right November and we warn people that we had one client that needed a million dollars protected. And we tell them OK now this could happen and sure enough, because I tell you honestly, this could happen because we are fingers on the pulse. We know what's going on. We know Pretty much I say. We know, but we do just from experience. I knew it was gonna happen. I just hope the timing for them wasn't and sure Enough, it happened. We had to notify him and let him know. I said that million dollars. Remember? I said it might won't. Look, here's what happened. They're lowering the rights on this day. We've got to get You know, we've got to get the application in if you want to do this, So of course they did. I was like, Yes, we'll be in tomorrow. Let's get this done so as long as that app Izzy and the money can be transferred within the next 30 days or so, so. What's Marce important for your money? You decide. Is it growth or is it income? You know what's more important, short term parking it growing it or some liquidity. So there's a question here that we have so today. I'd like to offer you this question here, which is called A. It's A It's a brochure is one page is just one page. That helps you understand it's called informed choice. It's the choices that we make so be informed. Knowledge is power. Get yourself informed, and you can. It's just a comparison between municipal bonds and guarantee a principal CDs and guarantee a principle the tax consequences. It's very simple. I have used it for over. 25 years. People love this because it's one sheet and, you know, I used those same concepts and rocky retirement our class because we we talk about everything. We talked about the balance between investing money in the market for larger growth and protecting your money and in our next class is actually coming up later this month, January.
What if when you took your hat off it was full of spiderwebs
"Hey there folks in welcome back to what if world the show where your questions and ideas inspire off the cuff stories. I mr eric your host. And today we're starting off with question from patriot named izzy crashed and could hat fourth buydell. Wild that is truly something. I've never imagined and it makes me want to check my hats. But first we've got one more question from miriam. Hello my name is. Miriam and i six years old. My wife question is what if the dog had a bike in how wings and fluid all over. What if city by dan you so much miriam but before i get to that i gotta shout out for james happy. Belated birthday james and hello to your little sister lucy. Liu i've got a big bit boop to oran from riverside california. He likes minecraft and legos. Well not a shout from owen. Who seven from of michigan. And he likes to play super. Mario arrive. Got me al out. Far from san francisco. She's eight years old and she knows how to spell jfk f. correctly j. f. k. a. Aol we spell out the now. Joe joe burrow seed while my lash out is atlas. Age eight from bellevue washington. Either very special final shout out to a grown up boy named rin rennes daughter. Abby wanted to give a shoutout to her father who absolutely loves legos playing with his five children. wow rinse. sounds like one. Lucky dad indubitably. Now let's find out what if when you took your hat off. It was full of spider webs. And what fred. The dog had a bike and it had wings and he fluid all over. What if city fair release was enjoying a dinner at home with her partner. Sprite and their daughter pixie cotto tonight they were breaking the dinner rules a little bit by having the radio on so they could hear who won the what. If world presidential election below those hero parody on the radio. Now papa lose. Voice came out of a tiny speaker in a little old fashioned radio box or i'd after a lot of kids voted all over the world. Although wetter i'll add slide is odds they for dramatic effect. Not because i misplaced the envelope as that as a buck barker oak mexico. Let's just ten the radio off and enjoy our dinner. Martha it's ever so important. Who looks after. What if we're gonna have to agree with pixie. Gato find but we're shutting the radio off and enjoying odd in a moment. He announces the president. While it's bad at excited two hours of may search out by house looking for the envelope. That good tapes. They answer to that question. You all bad. Asking all the search for the oval lopa. I forgot what my question was. Who's going to be president of farrelly. Did he hear me through the radio. I did just hair you through the radio. It's your day but they all below okay but you clearly me that time to anyone else who baby shower. They got their radio right now. Yes i did just it. Faira lease god bore boats by far that eddy other candidate. But i didn't know. I was running for president. Just dead farrelly's didn't even know. She was roddick. Ver- president laura. He must be able to hear me right. It seems likely mother. Yes all right. Let's set up all ladies. Gentlemen people of all kinds off giant on a magical creature of horror as just burst. Its way into my studio and snow. These into war of the worlds type peak. Dc's actually happening gotha go. How dare yo break at studio. This is very clearly a tool shed. The owen porter biker afforded. A place ed's a studio by jabba. Said so what i said. You said that the wherever microphone adds up odds studio. I said that to get you out of the house. Well i'd had a nice rageh must've been some mistake with the presidential election. What did you hear the will say ads right here. No amount of paper wrinkling would make me believe that. The people voted against. I didn't vote against a lot of them voted for you. They have it. I have of dow. I just tried to soften the blow. You lost you lost big time.
Talking On Tik Tok
"One welcome into the yours Metro Kerry Kayes. Mental. Health. PODCAST. My Name's Yvette and stay on chatting to izzy staten. Jesus social? Media. Star. Who Talks about all things mental health on her tiktok Youtube and instagram and she's also a singer. We're going to be chatting about life online eating disorders and making music. is He thought much protecting welcomed does all thank you for having me on so excited to be chatting to honest. For several reasons. But nicely, because you WANNA stunned Tiktok your big puzzle take home and I'm very excited about that. Also bit sketches like. The understanding TIKTOK. So I think the best thing is district took about a why did you decide to start talking about mental health stuff on that platform? Well, I talk about my mental health problems on all social media platforms specifically because I have. Known a school borderline personality disorder. which has quite a lot of negative connotations around it about like stereotypically will people alike with it and I wanted to show people you lot of different people that you wouldn't expect might have. and so that was ready wireless. So vocal on social media platforms and take talks a great. site to solve tell funny stories from your podcast, and because I've been mentally ill for quite a while. Most of like my funny entertaining stories are often around that. Yeah really love it over Steph. Sort of check out your account is really great end enough sort of how frank you're TIKTOK. Really interesting. I think it's one of those things that people my age of. Any like sued if anyone twenties is still kind of going on this thing, I would we actually do with it but basically frank chats with people. Just speak your mind and also you've got to adorable dog Seeing Ahmad, about dokes Bichon FRISE is that right? Yes, she is a beach on free say She's fiery key. She's the love of my life. Yeah. Already her on there as well I think it kind of helps keep things light between. Sometimes. It's a bit hard just by mental health stuff but you will say. Your Doable Dolan there as well. So it's nice to have the mixture. On Yeah She's always Kind of response if you had some people, do you have a find it difficult to just about your mental health them in that sort of way because I know that people combative. That can sort of get into into dams. That sort of stuff have you found it? When I was younger, actually my school didn't assembly about time that I had tried to kill myself. which was the first time I'd ever have people of coming into my DM's saying, Oh, I, heard this happened to you and you get a now with talking about it as well. You get a lot of people that will dm you and say, Oh, I'm ready struggling with my mental health and sometimes it's difficult because if you integrate place with your mental health, it's very difficult to help others and you can feel of responsibility when you have a load of twelve, thirteen, fourteen year olds mass you saying that they're ready L. and they need a little help and then getting it so it can be a lot to take but generally. I don't, mind if. People make. Negative commands all criticize me talking about it because I personally don't see a problem was talking about it. I'm very careful about what I say I didn't give people especially in regards to Anorexia or self. self-harm a lot of people when they talk about it can accidentally give tips. I'm very careful with that so I have. I'm like a Schule that what I'm saying is not going to negatively impact people. Some people think on the Internet you'RE GONNA end up offending someone. Yeah. Couse. Do you have sort of boundaries in place in terms of what should go online and instead of what you'd have? Generally, I try not to follow too many people with mental health issues I mean I. Obviously I follow a lot like to have variety or I think you can sometimes become too consumed and people can post a lot of. Quite upsetting sometimes because people can pass like I'm feeding ready down. Awful. So I sort of like to try and keep a variety to make sure that I didn't become too embroiled in just the negative stuff. This is all new to me to be honest Kazakhstan. The TIKTOK side of things new to Mina city of on Youtube another social platforms. But for me sort of twisters, the place that I. Got It to chat to be about mental health stuff generally, and I'm still getting to grips with TIKTOK. What was the community like on Tiktok in terms of mental health checks on a straight feels fairly supportive of. TIKTOK is very supportive on it's mostly. So of Gen, Z. Kids. And I think as a whole always really sports each other the thing about Tiktok that's quite different to a lot of other platforms is that every time you release a video, it can be seen by a whole new audience of people. If it gets picked up by the Algorithm, it will get to it can go out to hundreds and thousands of people. and so you're always interacting with a new audience. From tiktok in. Particular I've never had many negative comments to be honest. They've always been really quite leaned.
Tropical Storm Isaias Likely to Form in Atlantic; Warnings Issued for Puerto Rico, Us Virgin Islands
"Hey, Natalie a there, Brian. So I was just going to talk about what you call Izzy. Izzy? Yes. It would be Tropical Storm Isaiah or Isaiah's. I'm not sure how they're going to end up pronouncing it right now. It is just a disturbance number nine that we're dealing with so far into our hurricane season. It is out in the open waters of the Atlantic. This one, though, like all storms were definitely eyeing. It is expected to reach the Leeward Islands. Within the next day to two days, The National Hurricane Center has initiated ADVISORIES. There are tropical storm warnings out for Puerto Rico and the U. S Virgin Islands right now, if you take a look at the the forecast By sometime in the late weekend, it could impact South Florida or some portion of the state. However, once it becomes a tropical storm And it reaches at least the first barrier of lands out in the in the Caribbean. It all determines what the future will be of this set. Storm idea, or Isaias? So why is he is he all right? Is he busy? Right into your points Got taken to the hurricane Center forecast? If you're you know, thinking, Okay, Well, what would this mean to me? They're the good news. Bad news in this forecast. The good news is they're not projecting it as of now. To strengthen into a hurricane and any point s O Happy day. They're the not so good news that they would have us being prepared for a tropical storm this weekend, so that is the view of the current possible from the
UK abandons contact-tracing app for Apple and Google model
"And use we put it every a hand day full to worth fight of wrinkles these anti oxidants and fine lines into from the mac the inside blue pill out that's so why it's what that beautiful is it blue what color nutrients are we talking so you've about got this complementary well sherry Turkle action of says the benefits here to reveal of the magnesium secret from she's eight a practicing Izzy pharmacist you know we talked and about author the she's arteries written more than we a talked dozen about books the ATP on health we went including into the muscle the Canadian strength encyclopedia the brain function of natural the cardio medicine health the mood welcome to the I program go sherry
"Since one thousand nine hundred sixty. California has officially been known as the Golden State. And that's because as the plaque reads California's development and remarkable prosperity began with the discovery of gold humanities. Love of gold is fairly bizarre of all the hundred and eighteen elements in the periodic table. Gold is the only one which we humans have always gravitated towards gold was used earliest currencies. Gold joined us in marriage and was used to produce most precious artifacts. Maybe the secret to our love of gold is simply that it's beautiful and never tarnishes in eighteen. Fifty-three my father's great grandfather Henry. Cohn traveled from a tiny stelle. In what is now Poland to Hamburg where he boarded a boat and six months later. After walking across the isthmus of Panama Henry ended up in San Francisco. Henry Cohn was part of the Goldrush the largest mass migration in American history bringing about three hundred thousand people to California. It all started in eighteen. Forty eight when James Marshall found gold in his piece of land at Sada's mill in Coloma. The News of gold quickly spread around the world. At first the gold could be picked up from the ground but later on it was recovered from the streams and rivers with the use of panned. The gold rush peaked in eighteen fifty. Two and after that the Gold Rassoul getting thinner and harder to reach soon largescale and more environmentally damaging methods of traction cold hydraulic mining were employed. One hundred and seventy years later on the environmental legacy of the gold rush a significant and yet acknowledged as we'll discover in today's episode mercury which is a deadly neurotoxin was elemental to the process of gold-mining today large quantities of mercury from the gold. Russia's still polluting California posing a risk to every kind of living organism including us. I travel up to California's gold country to meet with Izzy Mountain. Izzy is a community organizer and environmental advocate with over forty years of experience working in rural communities to economic and environmental justice. She is what with a wide variety of constituencies from tribal leaders to Maynas and from farmers to forest is is. He first entered local politics. Nevada County Planning Commission at during the nineteen ninety s and later while serving on the Nevada County Board of supervisors. Miss Martin led the fight to put the South Yuba river into the state. Wild and scenic river program is he became. Ceo The Sierra Fund Sixteen years ago she conceived of and led the effort that resulted in the publication of the Sierra Funds. I report on the impact of the Goldrush mining's toxic legacy and has worked for the last decade to bring attention to golds dark shadow on a very hot day. Is Ian. I climb to the top of a damn standing above the angle. Bright Damn A army corps US Army Corps of Engineers Dam on the main stem of the river. Where is that though in Nevada county? We're about halfway between Tahoe. And Sacramento. A little north of that would not actually in Nevada. Nope we're in the state of California and we are standing right between Nevada County and Yuba County and we're standing on the beautiful Yuba River which flows down to the feather. And then the Sacramento from there down into the San Francisco Bay in the ocean. So you were a county board of Supervisors member when you first came here. Tell us about your first experience with this. Damn down a few different times over my life had been here my whole life. It was built and commissioned in nineteen forty seven by the Army Corps of Engineers so that people could resume hydraulic mining blocks hundreds of miles of potential fish passage for fish. Come from the ocean and go up into the high sierra to lay their eggs so when I first came to the damn understanding that the state of California had targeted this spot em federal government as maybe the best place to restore passage at the very first meeting we went to the. Us Geological Survey stood up and said you can't do anything to that. Damn until you look at the material behind it is holding back a whole bunch of mercury and that was the very first time I had ever heard anything about mercury and the state of California and its role in the goal rush. Or how long have you lived in this part of the world? My family came to California as part of the Gold Rush. We were quakers. Escaping the east coast. Ten violent religious oppression moved out to become farmers I was raised in Concord California on that form and in one thousand nine hundred five. I married a farmer and we moved to Nevada county beautiful organic farm in a place called Penn Valley. Tell us about this county and just its history and the gold rush because it is a lot of history here. Nevada county was ground zero of the California Gold Rush. Far More gold was taken out of this county and specifically this river that we're standing above than any other place in the state of California. It's where the very destructive technique called hydraulic mining which is using power water monitors to to scrub mountainside. Looking for gold is where that was invented. They started to dam the rivers and convey that water over to these huge hydraulic mining activities. Which were recovering thousands of of gold but millions of tons of sediment not material here from Nevada county rolled down the river and kept flooding the Sacramento Valley and eventually the farmers downstream who are really tired of having their houses filled with all this debris sued and stopped the activity known as hydraulic mining.
Chicago - Illinois Reports almost 900 New Coronavirus Cases, 31 Additional Deaths
"Illinois has almost nine hundred new cases of covert nineteen that brings the state's total to eleven thousand two hundred and fifty six thirty one new deaths have been reported that brings the death toll to two seventy four your little is director of the department of of public public health health doctor doctor in in goes goes a a Izzy Izzy Kay Kay said said the the deaths deaths include include a a second second person person from from the the state state ville ville correctional correctional facility facility this this individual individual was was at at a a local local hospital hospital there are currently sixty positive cases at this congregate facility you all know like I know that these numbers represent people they represent our fellow Illinoisans don't there is G. K. noted that thirty percent of the people in Illinois who have been diagnosed with COPD in nineteen are African American rescuer the reminder the virus can attack anyone this disease this virus doesn't discriminate it doesn't it just it affects anybody that comes in chi could affect anybody that comes in contact with not not one person based on color or or not and so the one thing you can do that everybody can do is stay home with the latest update on the cobra nineteen cases there is a question that governor Pritzker was asked when is this thing going to hit its peak in Illinois on one day you feel little hopeful hundred other day it feels like we're going backward and so it's very hard to tell you know it you know what's actually happening unless you look at it over time series bridge garage debates the peak may hit later this month
Bad habits and baby voices
"I will. I just got back last night from Kansas House in Kansas. For four days filming a I was hosting a show with zeiler Falkland because no beauty in the bolt checkout. She's great together. We hosted this inventor show called make forty eight and it's about ten groups of people that get together in their forty eight hours to invent something design it make a one minute fill and do a pitch to basically like three sharks and then the best person the winner wins ten thousand dollars and we have a lot of fun it was it was a great experience and I got to meet some really great people I got a? I got to meet a patent trademark lawyer who I'm going to continue to work with shoes. Amazing did little log segment on her. So I'm looking forward to putting up. She's amazing What else also jokingly. I was on a plane yesterday and you talked about. I was waiting to get on the plane in the Waiting Area. A Guy kept side. I I was like okay. I wonder if he knows me so I just ignored it. And he kept side iming and then at one point I got up and talked to my phone and I held my phone to him and the whole back of my phone says dressed on it right after I got off the phone. I was wondering if that was you and I just saw the back of your own. If you don't mind I just WANNA say hello. He's very nice guy. He's dude he was coming Albany to do some electromechanical worker. What he does reliving. So you're talking but I realized I'm trying to be discreet having my name plus on the back of my telephone. It's probably not no. He was asleep. Dude but traveling was Was everybody's worried about me traveling but everything was fine. It all X-ray only so three people with masks through four airports. I mean through four four times at the airport Taylor said to me straight away when she picked up. She's like a lot of people wear masks necessarily so three people. So and there's lots of hand sanitizer around so it didn't seem to be the man the big deal that at least it seems like right now. Who knows where it's going but traveling was great in any event was a lot of fun. And that's going to be on the air they're going to edit what we shot into ten episodes of TV the last two or three of which will be the winners developing their product outside of the show trying to develop their products sell blind so check that out that would be season four of make forty eight so their season one two and three already out there in in last last year this time I was a judge on season three so I was one of the judges this time I was actually host. So where's this going to be like? Where's this available? It's on It's it's got coverage of ninety eight percent of the PBS stations across the United States. A PBS so I think you can go to their website and see. The old episodes previously published seasons this three previous seasons. It's weird that I never heard about this thing. But at workbench on they made a big deal out of it and like You know you guys all the people that were going to be hosting stuff got up and talked about it and stuff and I'd never even heard of it or maybe I just never heard of the name. Yeah well I probably mentioned it last year but it is it. You know. It's it's a little tiny. It's definitely a little marketing effort. That could you know. It's not huge in a big way and it gets paid for underwriters Stanley. Black and decker underwriter. And they're not really when somebody underwrite something. It's really more just like the the greater good of the community. They're not really using it as a huge advertising opportunity but they do have logos and stuff throughout the show but it isn't explicitly in your face so make forty eight is the brandon. We're GONNA be doing an event in Vegas If everything stays scheduled right after make essential so Kristen from I'm sorry. I'm getting confused as so many show events organizing my kristen from workbench. Khan and the make for eighteen teamed up to do this event at the hardware show in Vegas and that's why we pitched we did a little sales pitch at the end of Workbench. Khan and just people if you wanted to come. And it's going to be ten teams of people making stuff and I'm going to be the host again with Zeila but other mentors will be like April and in Izzy and a few other people will be the mentors for those teams so they'll be guiding those voluntary teams to builds stuff at the show. So the alive bill. It's not. It's not the same type of invention show where somebody wins. It's going to be ten. Things get built by ten teams and it gets gets followed throughout the five days or four days and it's really just like a big build off. Live bill buff. People can come in watch every day and see how the teams do. And that's in the then. Those products will be given away as gifts to a good cause. I'll put a link to the make forty eight site which is just make for you. Eight dot com in the In the show notes and it looks like you can watch the episodes of the previous seasons and stuff on the website. So what's to check it out anyway? That was a great experience back now back in action so you. That's I mean. Have you made anything in the past week? Or if you've just been doing that no well this week. I gotTa start another doing another fundraiser. For the Jesse Comes Foundation Jessi. Combs is the the race car driver who died last summer trying to set the land speed record and we were all kind of friendly with. I just started to get to know her. She came and spent some time here at the House with me and Taylor and she wanted to learn about youtube so she she we had met at an event she's like. Hey can I come hang out with you? Learn about Youtube because she was going to transition from TV to youtube so we spent some time together we had a crash course in developing a friendship and then she died unfortunately about two months later in a car accident and so a group of us are getting together with Make for Jesse to raise money for her foundation as the girls donations. So that this week I'm GonNa make a picture frame in Mark Adams. The photographer has a lot of really beautiful. Pictures OF JESSE WILL MIRO EVENTS. So everybody got a picture of big picture printed on like aluminum. It's a really sturdy. Beautiful print very expensive print in each one of us are making a frame. And I'm GonNa do that this week. So and unless we video was arrested of Joe. Press which is amazing amazing old Joe. Press Lovie if you haven't seen not take a look at that Joe Press from eighteen ninety s Cincinnati. Joe Press from made Noel so Yup I. I'm I set aside some time to go. Read the comments on their his on like you were making fun of yourself of what the what the commenters we're going to do. And so many people are imitating your baby voice in the common. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah the baby voice. I did on the JAAKKO documentaries hilarious. I'M GONNA actually get it to video of the baby voice doing it more because people love it. It's like me and Dave Welder. Invented that concept years ago. We only did it one time where we will. I was showing. I was showing people how to use the table. Saw and David was the troll voice from behind the camera. And I haven't done it again. Everybody thinks that something they've seen a few times. We've only did it that one time. And then in the Jaakko documentaries the second time. So now the troll voices the baby boys and people really love it so everyone notices. You know. They'll complain them in the bottle. They'll be like in baby voice so I know that. Just kidding or when somebody really is is some is taking a swipe at me. I Say Okay. Now say that again but stayed in the baby boys. That's all I say because so I gotta give you the link I would be to give you the link to the Jesse thing because it's something we wanNA promote. Okay Yeah but in the show notes You should get your your audience to like win. Somebody is attacking you for them to leave a response to that just says like baby voice and it just will add the tone someone else's comment no doing it doing it already. It's great that's all. It's so funny because I think it's going to become a very prolific thing. They're going to be doing another everyone. Because you know we get sooner. We get a real vicious comments. Or instead of just deleting it I'M GONNA leave it up and just have everybody's they say the baby voice say it say in the baby voice? Say
Houston explosion: Worker's family files wrongful death suit
"The family of one of two men who were killed in Friday's explosion in the Watson grinding plant is filing a wrongful death suit against the company mo Izzy's represents the family of Frank Florez and spoke about why the suit is filed so quickly past experience in this type of disaster is one of the key factors in determining the cause of the explosion is evidence collection gathering getting our experts on the ground as soon as possible as he says his firm will represent the family to coordinate with the different agencies who've already been calling them in addition to two deaths some four hundred fifty structures were damaged or destroyed in that blast
Discover The 6,000 Year Old Secret To Weight Loss, Vitality, Happiness And Longevity With Dr. Stephen Cabral
"Once action drive each year Host and founder of my seven chuckers my seven Chuck Ross Dot Com the shore with your way do injured wisdom for self healing and transformation now in today's episode. We're going to chat with a board certified naturopathic doctor To learn what it really takes to balance our body and Ille- energize it with with the life that you sort of and We go to dive into the ancient Science of Iowa and functional medicine to identify how we can experience more hominy and more relaxation and more bliss in our day to day life. So you're going to really enjoy what we'RE GONNA explore on today's episode but before that let's listen to a recent isn't five star rating and review from a listener named lodge jolly who writes. I absolutely appreciate and look forward to hearing these particular podcasts. The amount sort of information that's provided along with the awesome interviews are definitely enlightening. Love Love Love Action. If you'd like for me to read out your reviews. Welcome into our global audience. Then go to mice chuckers dot com forward slash view mice jokers dot com forward slash review. And make sure that you hit submit so that I receive your message judge and can share it with our business alright so our guest. Today is a board certified natural with the doctor at seventeen years old. He was diagnosed diagnosed with a life altering. Ill listen given no hope for recovery. Everyday he suffered endlessly for many years. It was only after he traveled all over the world and discovered how how to combine ancient. IRA vetik healing practices with state of the art naturopathic and functional medicine. Did he understand how to fully rebalance Sephardi and izzy energize it with life and today in his online and Boston practice
Gannett Reports Drop In Revenue, Digital-Only Subscribers Surge
"Can add to owner of USA today and more than a hundred other papers reports a ten point seven percent drop in revenue for the third quarter a lease Izzy has the details the company which is just a few days away from a possible merger reports that despite an overall drop there has been an increase in digital subscriptions on November fourteenth shareholders of new media investment group will vote on a merger with Gannett now if the merger goes through as expected the company name will be get cnet and the headquarters will be in McLean Virginia last week new media reported a slight drop in third quarter revenue down one percent compared with the year before a Lisa C. N. B. C.
Squirrels stashed over 200 walnuts under couple's car hood
"A Pittsburgh couple thought they had engine trouble but what they really had was a squarely situation christen Holly Persik looked under the hood of their car after smelling something burning and hearing a weird noise expecting to find mechanical troubles the couple instead found a stash of more than two hundred walnuts along with grass and hay that squirrels were storing for the winter the person said finding the stash solved the mystery they've been wondering why there weren't a lot of walnuts lying on the ground around there will not treat now they know as to where the squirrel has scurried off to now per six say they'll just keep checking under the hood a lease Izzy NBC
The 'Lungs of the Planet' Are on Fire
"Brazil's amazon rainforest which is often dubbed the lungs of the planet in his own too impressive rookie of plants and animals is on fire. The scale of the damage is known yet so why is this happened and what might be the consequences. Izzy clark spoke with rachel commenter from the university of cambridge conservation institute in its natural state rainforest wooden and they're very moist places. Thank steeped in shade there refunds and there's a lot of water in the system but what's happened over time is i have become more fragmented and they've been locked and so that means that certain trees large valuable timber trees have been taken out when that happens big openings in the forest i appear which means the sunlight can penetrate through which means that all of that tinder in all of the vegetation can be dried out and then it becomes fuel for fire and then you combine that with many more actors in the region using fire combined with the climatic factors of of drought and changing changing temperatures it has created a situation in which wants fire resistant rainforests and our fire prone. You mentioned that that people sometimes views fire in amazon so why would they use fire in that case and how is this different from that for many many years and generations traditional small-scale more scared landholders including indigenous communities they use fire. It's absolutely essential because that's how they cleared the land to grow crops but but they do so with different management practices to contain a fire and so this is why for all the generations which has been used we haven't always seen these uncontrolled controlled fires in forest landscapes but today we have begun to see not just this year but since really the nineteen nineties fires and mega fire events recurring throughout these landscapes because of other types of land uses which have come to the region to practice soy and cattle production and other different types types of agriculture and including industrial-scale agriculture which has created a very different situation where fire now prevalent want are the impact of the fires at the moment a lot of the discourse that talks about the problem of fire focuses on the environmental burden so for example example the climate and carbon related emissions will the biodiversity impacts which are relevant to the global community and of course really do matter but what is missing pops in thinking about the local and the lived experience of suffering those wildfires and those households are feeding their own families growing their own food hunting when they need to fishing when they need to and fires come through they lose their cultural plots they lose the ability to hunt because the animals have made themselves scarce orbin been caught in the blaze but also because hunting is more difficult when the forest is bound because of all of the crackle and the crunched underfoot so you can no longer have silent the passage through those forests is any way that forests can recover from damage like this more so when the fires of post three the first time i think the cycle gets harder to break the more that the files recur because the forest gets more and more impacted from those events to the extent <hes> some scientists talk about tipping points in the amazon. You know which are a real concern for for the global climate for by only seeing more on controlled fires around the world. Yes we are predicted to increase in the future because of extending fire weather seasons the indonesian peatlands lance for example have suffered catastrophic fires twenty fifteen was declared a humanitarian crisis bolivia is also having problems with uncontrolled fires ayas and it's predicted to worsen if something doesn't change rachel comment and she was speaking with izzy
Scientists Discover New Cure for the Deadliest Strain of Tuberculosis
"The food and drug administration has approved a new treatment for tuberculosis TB has surpassed aids as the world's leading infectious cause of death in this new three drug combination shows the greatest promise of a cure the XTR strain of tuberculosis has been resistant to previous treatments and is often fatal in a small clinical sampling nearly ninety percent of patients with this strain who were treated with the new regimen were cured within six months according to the World Health Organization in two thousand sixteen there were around four hundred ninety thousand new cases of multi drug resistant TB worldwide a lease Izzy NBC news
Images of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Book S laptop leak out
"You're listening to audio only version you totally missing out you should head on over to YouTube dot com for Slash Tech News Gadget izzy Galaxy Z book s or at least a leak of it you see Samsung might be having a new sound of laptop. We might be seeing more than just a new phone at the note ten launch. Samsung may be working on a new windows laptop images of a purported galaxy book s share today by reporter infrequent twitter. The leaker Evan blast <unk> thin laptop with a few ports. The <unk> also shown is keyboard and track PAG in a somewhat gray purple color. Her laptop appears to have a U._S._B.. Type C part on the left edge in a camera along the top edge of its display images reveal much else in we don't also get to see the top of of the device and obviously reaching the Samsung. They weren't immediately available for a request for comment. Samsung's previous galaxy book device about Nazi book to is a detachable to one P.. C. Not too unlike the Microsoft surface pro. Don't thousand dollar device comes with a backlit keyboard cover and S._p._N.. Samsung also headed notebook line of Windows laptops notebook nine pro released earlier. This year also falls in ultra portable tune one category although it's keyboard folds flat flat rather than detaching Lee comes ahead of the planned launch of Samsung's galaxy note ten and unpacked event in New York coming up on Wednesday. Maybe we'll see new laptop then as Lon- here's a couple of pictures of it looks very nice looks very simple. Aside look and keyboard look are we can really say pricing might be thousand dollars. specs have no clue but the guys who like gadgets this. Is this kind of tickle. Your fancy is laptop. You might want to see yourself getting well. Here's your option is not a whole lot of money and a and a guarantee for the price that the <unk> May or may not announce it for the specs Vogel Right along with it and you'll say
7-year-old boy had 526 teeth removed
"Little boy in India doing well after having more than five hundred of his teeth extracted that's right police Izzy has the details the seven year old was complaining about mouth pain and when doctors took xrays they found a sack in his jaw filled with abnormal teeth a total of five hundred twenty six teeth were found ranging in size from point one millimeters to around a half an inch doctors confirm the boy was suffering from a rare condition called compound composite Odin Toma they don't know what causes the condition but they say it could be anything from genetics to environmental factors like
23 to remain on Scientology ship in Curacao in measles scare
"Those passengers have been allowed to leave a ship owned by the church of Scientology after it was corn teen for measles. The free wins was docked in Saint Lucia. It's now returned to its homeport of curious, Sal in most of the passengers on board can get off the ship says, Dr Izzy Gerston blue people who are protected are free to go. He's the head of the epidemic. Allergy and research institute at curious sounds ministry of health these fifteen crew members and eight passengers remain on the ship in quarantine because they're at risk of contracting measles after a female crew member was diagnosed with measles, they'll have to stay on board until may