36 Burst results for "Jenkins"
Fresh update on "jenkins" discussed on The Lowe Post
"Talk about next? I'll let you pick. Give me a deal or a non deal. I think jaren Jackson junior is probably the next one to hip. Is that sort of the counterpoint in some ways to aid in where we definitely given that he's coming off of an injury went pretty aggressive in terms of value to ensure that this guy is going to stay here and be part of our future. And the benefit that they got out of that that I think is really interesting is our colleague Bobby marks reported is that that's gallery is going to start at its highest point that contract and then descend from there. Start near the maximum and descent from there. So by the end, I think, especially in a rising cap of environment, which we expect this to be once again, it could look like a bargain if he does continue to progress as a player. Cap nerds like nothing more than a descending contract. I swear to God, every descending contract, like the greatest accomplishment of the Orlando Magic in the last 5 years has been descending concert. Oh, another descending contract for Jeff waltman and John Hammond. The team stinks, but the contracts all descend. Incredible work. Everybody loves a descendant contract. So are you saying they overpaid? Are you saying this is a good contract? What are you savage or column, so I know kind of what you think, but what do you actually say? Give it to me unvarnished. Yeah, it was pretty wishy washy in the call. I'm going to admit it. I think this was a bit of an overpay, given where he is. But jaren Jackson's a fascinating player, I saw that you mentioned that he was going to be on your list of what we originally going to discuss 5 most intriguing players. He was one of my last cuts from my list as well because I think we still don't know exactly what he's going to be in the NBA. When I went back and looked at his stats, he was definitely a more efficient scorer in year two than I remembered him being. The weakness is a rebounder as a concern. Is he eventually going to be able to play 5 on a consistent basis? Or is he just going to get pushed around too much there? And it means that he's better off as a power forward. And now his shooting is a plus, but it's not the huge bonus that it would be if he's a stretch 5 and is able to hang in at that position defensively. Same with his defensive versatility for that matter. Yeah, to me, this deal is all about defense. I am not concerned with the fact that you look rusty last year coming off the meniscus thing and a lot of time off during a pandemic. That doesn't concern me. I think jaren Jackson junior at four or 5 offensively is gonna be a stud. The three point shooting at his size and the variety of ways he can get off a three point shot of his size. He comes off screens like a guard, he can shoot pull up threes off the dribble. That's incredibly rare. To me the question is, can he find a position on defense where he's not a liability? Can he hold his own its center? What does that look like? I remember talking to Taylor Jenkins, the grizzlies coach about this after they got right before I think they got eliminated for the playoffs talking about their future. And he sees the world where they switch a lot more with Jaron Jackson as a center, specifically. I guess as the four too. Does that work? Does it not work? I don't know. As a four is immobile enough to guard all these stretch fours who run around to shoot threes and I just he just has them in very good defense. He hasn't a good dropping back. He's just sort of not big and scary enough to be a dropback defender. Even you want his Valentine's kind of made it work for them as a drop back. 'cause he's just enormous. And jaren Jackson junior is not enormous. But I don't four years one O 5 to me given his offensive skill set is completely fine. I bet he plays up to the contract if he's healthy. I have no problems with it. I think that's just one is the grizzlies. You got to pay. Yeah, I mean, the question here again would be the same. Do you use the hammer restricted free agency? I think John Collins was an interesting comp for him and he ended up getting about the same a little bit lower average annual value after in their case. They didn't get an extension done John Collins has a great season a great postseason in particular and then establishes himself at that level in restricted free agency where they just get that deal done without an offer she. And they've got huge cat flexibility going forward. A bunch of guys on value contracts. Let's see what they do with slo-mo and Dylan Brooks is their free agency's approach coming up. I think both of those guys will be available via trade at some point if they haven't, whatever. I think they'll be available via trade for future assets. Maybe they will, maybe they won't. That's just my take. I just think the grizzlies, they have a fascinating decision to make long-term, how aggressively do we try and get a third star? Do we have the goods to get a third star? What does jaw plus Jackson plus a bunch of good role players? Where does that take us? And a lot of that has to do with how good the first two stars are. And is jaren Jackson a perennial all star? Is he gets in one All-Star Game here and there? I don't know, but I do think that deal is fine. Can I pick the next one? Go for it. Kevin herder resigns with the Atlanta Hawks for four years, 65 million, about 16.
Democratic Strategists Pose as Republican Group to Attack Glenn Youngkin
"And even axios a left wing site says Dems sneaky sabotage a group tied to prominent democratic strategists is posing as a conservative outfit To try to drive a wedge between the Republican candidate for Virginia governor and his core vote as axios has learned During the past week virginians have been targeted with ads on Facebook Instagram Google and SnapChat questioning Jenkins commitment to the Second Amendment Though the work of a new political group called accountability Virginia pack its website says nothing about the individual's organizations behind it This is how the Democrats did They are a sleazy diabolical operation While the NRA backs Donald Trump they refuse to endorse Glen junk and we can't trust glennon on our guns one of the ads says public records show that PAC has spent more than 25,000 on the ads which have been viewed between one and 5 million times While clearly designed they hit youngin from the right all indications point to Democrats behind the pack Accountability Virginia's online donation page has hosted by democratic fundraising platform act blue It's bank account is amalgamated bank a labor union owned financial institution popular with democratic political groups The PAC was incorporated in Virginia by compliance consultants of the NBA MBA consoling group which works uniformly with Democrats Its ads on SnapChat were purchased by gambit strategies a firm founded this year by the Biden presidential campaign's digital director former head of democratic super PAC priorities USA Fake information is prevalent on the Internet gambit's website warrants research shows time and time again the best way to combat false negative information Is to provide people with positive information about a candidate Now they're gambit in north NBA consulting responded to axios request for
"jenkins" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann
"Jink inspires instructs hundreds of people with his podcast programs online courses and books as well a popular speaker on the topic of wealth. God's way he is an authority on faith and finance and as you all know in this pandemic economy we need. What dexter be jenkins. Has we really do so. Let's get started now. And if you're ready we're ready as well as so pasa jenkins. Let's first of all talk about and i want you to show the genesis of how you were inspired to be of service to the lord our god. We needed so much today..
Winston has 2 TDs, Saints pick Jones 3 times in 28-13 win
"Jameis Winston threw for two touchdowns and Malcolm Jenkins had a pick six in the saints twenty eight thirteen win over the patriots Winston completed thirteen of twenty one for one hundred twenty eight yards one week after recording a career low passer rating Taysom hill ran for a touchdown and Alvin Kamara rushed twenty four times for eighty nine yards patriots QB Matt Jones was thirty of fifty one for two hundred seventy yards and a touchdown but he also threw three interceptions two leading to saints TD's Norman's recorded three sacks and hit Jones eleven times I'm the ferry
Wonder Woman Director Patty Jenkins Criticizes Streaming Services' 'Fake'-Looking Movies
"Jenkins the writer director of the wonder woman. Films and star. Wars rogue squadron says she's completely opposed to dane day releases going forward quote from actually a couple of hours ago. She said it again all the films that streaming services are putting out. I'm sorry they looked like fake movies. How may be a little bit far. That is a little in my opinion. Now is a little bit far. Thanks
Is It Muggy Out? Check the Dew Point!
"Okay thomas lou. Summer hater. here's a scenario. I wake up in the morning. I'm preparing to go on an afternoon bike. Ride on my hog around the city. Check my weather app for the forecast. It's hot you know. Say about eighty-five but manageable and the humidity is like fifty seven percent. Let's say does that. Mean i'm still going to have like a nice bike ride or sort of. It's a little hard to hell with just humidity. Okay but humidity is telling us how much water is in the air. Right right right so yes. Here's where it gets a little bit tricky to understand this. We need to consider a couple of things watering the air temperature and how these to interact with one another okay so i caught up someone. I thought might have some answers. I am greg jenkins. i'm a professor. In department of meteorology and atmospheric sciences at penn state university in greg explained relative humidity like this relative humidity is ratio or percentage of water vapor over a term that is related to order vapor in a saturated state. Okay okay so. I'm going to oversimplify here. But relative humidity is the moisture content in the air compared to the maximum moisture content. That could be in the air totes. That's why it's called relative humidity. It's not an absolute measure of moisture. Greg says a key factor in relative humidity is air temperature. You know the number we usually look at when describing if it's going to be hot or cold out. Dre warmer air can contain more moisture while cooler air can contain less moisture. So over the course of a day if you just had the amount of water vague bernie atmosphere sixth and you let the temperature run. Its normal course. The relative humidity would go up and down just based on
"jenkins" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"And i think the opposite is actually true. I think that. I think that's not to bring this to show but i think that's one of the things that resonates with people about the show. Is we do show you the before. we do. Watch season one especially and now that you watch the even that they're following. Jesus we show. Yeah this ain't always fun. This ain't always going to be easy. And in fact oftentimes extremely painful and the the key is to to differentiate between joy and happiness because happiness is something that comes and goes and some can sometimes even based on my case where the cubs win or lose but the but joy is one of those things that for me. The one of the most joyous moments of my life was in the six months after my movie failed. And i didn't know if i was ever gonna make another movie again and it's out of that that i did a short film from churches christmas eve service which felt like a big step down from a big hollywood movie that i had done. I'm shooting a christmas bertha christ short film on my friends farm twenty minutes from my house and illinois for my church christmas eve service and that short film is what ultimately led to the crowdfunding season one and birth the entire chosen project. And i think that's but but but my joy and my perspective has not changed iota if anything it's been proven but since that moment when i was my farm going man this little thing i'm doing for my church doesn't feel as big as hollywood movie house doing and i'm more joyous and have more peace than i ever did man. That's incredible that is such a gift to because as we watch the chosen knowing these things going on in the background in your life. Actually make all the jesus parts feel more beautiful. Because you're like man all the people who are behind. This are having to live this before they can even make this episode all that such a great. Yeah that's a great point because here's what's funny about it and he is this. My story is actually quite similar to a lot of the actors like this not. I'm not telling tales out of school. I mean a lot of these actors have said this in public but like liz tabesh who plays mary. Magdalene has said multiple times that she had just like two weeks before she got the script for the chosen told her agent. Don't submit me anymore on giving up in the business. I'm she was at a extreme low point. She was struggling went depression and and then when she when her agent saw the script for the chosen was like. I gotta get this tour. I don't wanna give. I read and then fell apart reading on her bed. Reading that script Porous patel plays. Matthew said the same thing is like i was in a struggle and my career. I didn't know where i'm going next. I mean we have chosen. Is this collection of so many people more than anyone myself myself. Me more than anyone of people who are like. We don't know if we have another project to to do in this business. We don't know where our future is. Were literally just kind of like broken surrendered hands out and so many people have the same story and have come together on this show and i do think that there's something to that. I do think that it's i think there's something to like when you watch the show. I think there's an authenticity that comes from. That place that that i think isn't being faked. I think just part of it. I do one of our friends from our. Afdc week in review. Email that submitted. A question for you. I love this question. You kind of walked right into it jin ass. If you if there is a disciple you are growing to identify the most with as you are making the show so this is one question that i've been asked many times. Sure not dismiss the question at all. It's a great question. And i mean this genuinely first of all. It's hard to say because they're all my children and in many ways my co writers and i it's it'd be like choosing which of your anti jesus. It's not a disciple. Jesus in the chosen you look in the dallas jenkins experiences with my kids experience. Just like jesus is the but even when you have kids you sometimes you when you look at a certain kid you go. That's that's me. I can see my dna and that kid more than almost any other kids. But but here's the second point that i think is true is chosen does actually reflect a lot of the dna of myself and my co writers and those were creating the show in the sense of i would say that each of the characters is rooted in some sort of experience. We've had i mean you look at for example like simon and in his wife. Eden eden isn't character. You see in the bible. But we know that simon was married because it mentioned his mother-in-law and so a lot of those scenes in season one. We're seen them at home. Some of their marital conflict. And and and some of the victories that they had are are routed. A lot and what my wife and i have experienced and mary magdalene of course never been demon possessed but her vices that she was experiencing as a result of that especially her alcoholism and our struggles that that relapse comeback season two. That was in some for some people controversial when we show mary magdalene kind of relapsing and some of her struggles. Well we did. We did an interview after episode six. When we were michael ryan swanson who publicly has acknowledged this again. I'm not telling tales at a school. I mean he's ten years sober. He was eight for two years a devastated alcoholic. I mean we're to where every morning he would wake up. Just drive just to create room for more alcohol..
"jenkins" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"The smartest way to hire barry jenkins is a true artist and inspired artists. And i really need to to set this up properly. 'cause i i imagine a lot of you haven't watched underground railroad. Maybe you haven't made it through the first two episodes. You might not make it through it all. But i do want to make it clear here. We talk about underground railroad a lot. And there's no regard for spoilers in this conversation and to be honest with you. It doesn't matter that the series is more of a kind of poem a visual poem both elevating and horrific and the journey of the narrative is. It's important but you're not watching it to see what happens. You're watching it to sort of be taken somewhere and and be sort of informed educated elevated in horrified at the foundation of institutional racism. Being americans wavering. So i wouldn't get too hung up on. This is an important piece of art. And and i'm talking to the artist so i want to be able to dive into his intentions and and talk about his vision and And i saw the whole show. So i'm going to engage with this and i believe if you listen to this conversation it will enrich your experience when you see it if you choose to watch it and it's just i just wanna make it clear. It's not a matter of it being spoiled. It's about having a deeper understanding of why he did what he did and executed it the way he did. And it's not going to ruin it for you. But i do suggest you watch it. Underground railroad is now streaming on amazon prime video. And this is me talking to the director and writer of this ten episode piece of art berry. Jenkins place prevail giving. Yeah so fucking. I'm sorry just ate leftovers.
"jenkins" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again
"I know they all called me when I, you know, I remember I said to John Kelly very tough chief of staff and, you know, this confirm this report, The Washington Post, which is usually, thank God. But I, I told him, I said, why would anybody do this? They're all suckers and look at look at sleepy. Jose made me a very truthful person. Instead of joining our faith in military Embassy P job, join the proud Boys, The Oath Keepers, the 3 percenters great. They called malicious. Okay. And before we had a big army, okay, we had malicious. They were called militias, almost sounds like a black woman's name. Hello. I'm Melissa. Melissa Jenkins, and we have these great militias and we have them again. They're doing real work. They're really going out into securing our vote, securing a Homeland. So instead of joining our military, join the militias. Well, I'm going to be a little critical right now, and I don't you get upset with me. But we should have wiped out. The Taliban they should have been wiped from the surface of this Earth. Everyone who stood for them. We should have seeked every single member out in Afghanistan and eliminate them. And I'm not saying you are to blame, but I feel in the last twenty years, all the presidents who were in charge, all share a part of the blame. Do you agree disagree? Don't get angry and just asking your opinion on that because there are still the Taliban are here and strong and have taken over the country. Now, he's actually don't take. Plain. I'll tell you. Bush obviously worst assistant in the history of the country. Other than maybe the Fifteenth Amendment was, what Bush did he got us into a stupid one of the stupidest people, our country's ever produced worse of the worst Presidents, then we get, Hussein, Obama. Of course, he wasn't his name to say. I think he's going to be tough on the Middle East. So we were saving moment, then we had me. oh, by the way, gets robbed of a second term by fraudulent election and.
No Pediatric ICU Beds Left in Dallas, County Judge Says
"June. In hard hit Texas, the Dallas County judge Clay Jenkins says there are no pediatric ICU beds left in the city. Your child away for another childhood, I that Your child will just not get on the ventilator. He's one of several elected officials in the states suing Governor Greg Abbott over his ban on
"jenkins" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast
"Klif now the big story of the morning. The fda has taken steps now to shore up the defenses of millions of vulnerable americans against corona virus now authorizing an extra dose of two widely used vaccines for some people with weakened immune systems. This is pretty interesting. I didn't expect it to come this quickly but needed i. Yeah the fda means that means that additional shots could be available as soon as this weekend for patients who have received organ transplants or have certain types of cancer or have or other illnesses. Basically if you have a compromised immune system. I guess you can. Just which one do they give you though. Do they give you the first shot of the second shot either pfizer or madonna. And i guess that depends on which one you had already. But but the johnson johnson vaccine is not included because they don't feel that they have enough data on that. But i mean the first shot in the second shot or different they. I don't know. I don't know maybe they're all the same. I thought they were different. But maybe they are the same. I don't know. I wonder if they're going to offer a third one of the second one of the johnson johnson eventually. I don't know there's you know there's some confusion here so i hope we don't hear from dr ci about it today. I'm sure we will just make it more confusing The fight over mask. Mandates between dallas county judge. Clay jenkins had governor abbott his spill beyond the courthouse steps to the steps of the judge's house. More than seventy five people showed up last night at jenkins home in dallas to protest. His emergency order requiring masks and this whole situation is very confusing filled with legalese. So here's the basic gist governor abbot signing executive order saying local governments. Can't requiring masks and this week. Jenkins filed a temporary restraining order to block. The governor's order at a dallas judge. Granted it so jenkins issued his own emergency executive order requiring mass at schools in certain businesses and then of course governor avid appealed that decision to the fifth court of appeals in dallas. Here's what attorney. Eric audio told us yesterday about the whole process. The fifth quarter appeals here in dallas and You know that is a relatively progressive court. So i i could anticipate that that probably would be a situation wherein they might agree with parker and then ultimately it'll make its way the text spring court where where i think it might be looked a little bit differently. We've got an all republican Court at the supreme court. So it's a situation that ultimately I think the governor might actually went to the bottom line. Is eric told us yesterday. Is that It's possible that a week from now we will have.
Texas Governor Files Challenge to End Dallas County Mask Mandate
"County judge in texas has issued a temporary restraining order against texas governor. Greg abbott's mask mandate ban also in texas the petty tyrants judge clay jenkins has reinstated an indoor mask mandate and all schools businesses and county buildings within dallas counter
"jenkins" Discussed on That’s Strange
"Yeah i mean this. This looks like fake nonsense to me like first of all this. Is the chicago police department. This is not a fly by night. In the middle of idaho like nothing police department that has like one crime per every three years like this. This is a experienced. Well well run police department by all accounts and they have an awkwardly scanned weird print out of something that looks like it may have gone into some sort of database somewhere. Why didn't they print from the database. And then they print it out and scan to this awkwardly and then awkwardly stamped it for some reason redacted it and then that leaked. That doesn't make any sense. It doesn't make any sense at all. Like i believe it more if it was a written statement with its stamped but this just doesn't this is weird. That doesn't strike me as a real thing at all. Yeah it's it's definitely good point. I i i could be wrong but i don't not not that this totally negates your argument but i don't think it's chicago police investigating this. I could be wrong. Well it might not be rotary at school. Rosemont right outside just wanted to correct you because you know we you know comments. Sometimes you're that we say the wrong things when we actually didn't What do you mean. So you're a fair point. I mean it's probably not the chicago police department but you know suburbs and areas around chicago. Are you know going to be just as well policed. They're not low. They're not necessarily low crime and Like even if this area like this area's just outta chicago like compared to chicago. It's a lot safer than chicago. But it's not like they don't have experience with this sort of thing you know i was like to. I would like to know specific things about this document. I would like to know if detective harvey say it. Dila cova number four four four right. If he exists good question. I would also want to know if the case file is correct on this 2017. Two four six seven seven that that would be something. I'd be more intrigued looking into to see if this is actually absolutely real people and the real case file even if it is if somebody's gonna go to fake something they'd probably get those details correct. I would think okay. So something interesting If you google his detective name and detective number literally. The only thing that comes up is steph about kenneka jenkins in this document so that you know take that for what you will but interest usually if you look the stuff up you can find some sort of record and i wonder i'm gonna look up the case number now Also the print out this exact size box and like that's not how the internet works either anyway pointing out more things. That are wrong about this great document..
Schumer: Vote on Infrastructure Bill Could Come Within Days
"Rare Sunday sessions underway the Senate as negotiators complete thousands of pages of text in a trillion dollars bipartisan infrastructure bill, said a majority leader Chuck Schumer, once the legislative text of the agreement is finalized and I understand it is being finalized imminently. I will offer it as a substitute amendment. As I've always promised, And then the Senate can finally begin voting on additional amendments. Given the thoroughly bipartisan nature of the bill, I expect will be able to consider all the relevant amendments and finish the bill in a matter of days. Humor says that after the work is done, he'll push through a $3.5 trillion so called human infrastructure bill for its social programs. Three members of Congress, including Missouri Democratic representative Cori Bush slept outside the U. S Capitol overnight. They were protesting the inaction by their colleagues to allow a federal moratorium on evictions to expire. Bush spoke to Fox's Griff Jenkins. I can't for the life of me understand why we are saying it's okay to force people out of their homes because as legislators or because our, uh the powers that be didn't make it happen for anywhere from 7 to 11 million people. This is unconscious. Unconscionable is inhumane, which took to Twitter to call out President Biden and Senator Chuck Schumer to extend the moratorium, as well as asking House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to reconvene the House for a vote during the August recess.
"jenkins" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY
"But i think it goes to show just how Just like sacrilegious. It was to break. Savage back fan was at two thousand years ago So it kind of gives like the has this almost like holistic aspect to it and that it gives the context that maybe a average bible reader would be able to convey from just reading that passage of scripture. But as you guys have all been saying it does make me a lot more excited to kind of go back and learn like okay. What was going on during that time. What was the synagogue like. What was it like going to synagogue. <hes> so yeah i think dallas jenkins i think the word. I think that's the word i was looking for to. He gives us like holistic representation of what biblical times were like and so the the significance that it has on scripture in really makes you sit back and reflect to like is these people were so if these people were so like enlightened by jesus teachings and yes there's a part of like they got to walk with jesus but like are we still. Are we still experiencing that all like are we still experiencing that that Excitement in learning jesus's teachings because although we weren't there like we're still called to like delight in the lord were so called to <hes> to learn scripture for ourselves like you guys were saying yeah no really good insight James yes. I just wanna to say jordan. Actually the bible does mention. It's in matthew chapter twelve verse. One that jesus and his disciples walking through the fields and they pick the grain in eight it on the savage day so it doesn't specifically call out peter but sort of implies that there were more than one of them that did it so you know. They took that little tiny half of verse and made it to something much bigger For that so and so special you know so we know. He's working on seasons three. Usually usually there is kind of a big scene. obviously or an event for every finale. I think i have heard that they are going to spend. I don't know. I don the the the number seven is in my mind now now. I'm wondering if i'm making making that up but seven seasons before they get to the crucifixion I don't know i'd have to don't quote me on that. I need to verify that someone reason in my mind but you know i'm hopeful that even after the crucifixion. He will continue because to be honest for me as a relatively new bible reader and this was a few years ago i was just so so inspired and fascinated with aks because in my mind you have just lost your your lord your best friend all of this. How can you even go on. And i'm i would love to see what acts in the hands of dallas jenkins could be like and so. I'm hoping that he does plan to do that. But i'm not sure where he's going to stop guys. This has been amazing. I had no idea he was going to jump on here. But yeah thanks to everybody This was a this was a really special experience. This has been the house of joy we are under the auspices of christian podcasters connect. You know what to do press the little greenhouse so that you can connect with us and you will see all the upcoming rooms. This is just one room of many in christian podcasters connect. And so i encourage you to do that and listen to all of the great content. Next week we're going to talk about weakness and you might wonder how you can talk about joy and weakness. Well yep it's there. We're going to do it. We hope to see you next week. Guys have a wonderful weekend and blessings on you.
"jenkins" Discussed on POSITIVELY JOY
"To the or that i talk to on mattered at an end and i just remember at that time thinking. I don't wanna lose that You know if the show ever becomes success cooler large I had no idea at the time that would. But i thought i just wanna make sure. I never lose that personal connection. Incidentally got to the point where you know when i still not taxed like you said. There's a we have a texas community opportunity for people on is not a tax to forty thousand people and I can't obviously respond to to when people onto my sex. So but i just thought those are always gonna be from me like whether i do a video or text Everyone i'm not gonna team it. We're just going to try to strive for authenticity. Intimacy playfulness Destructiveness as much as possible. So that's kind of the spirit behind. I wish i had more time. Nowadays to to to respond quite as gruesome as to but yes we do have disappeared. Long answer to your comments times but it really is important to us into me to not ever become distant or emotionally unavailable or to feel like marketing companies. That has you know automated responses to things. We are continuing to build our team. So that when people comment or people ask questions as much as humanly possible. We're going to engage. Thank you so much you know That has been talking and raving about this show. Since i have met her and i kept saying. Oh it's on the list. It's on the list. But i actually knew. This room was coming up and i had to practice what i read so i. I saw one episode a couple of days ago. And i'm totally hooked and i love it though. I am a very new van and so happy to be a part of the army. I just wanted to a brief reset of the room. We got new people coming in. This is the house of joy. We're talking about the chosen today. With dallas jenkins we're under the auspices of christian podcasters connect and i'm your host yvette walker host of the podcast positively joy and as i said earlier dallas was so great gracious to sit down with me and do an interview and you can find that interview on positively joy dot com but yeah new know new new fans old fans i mean i think when people see this it just it touches them somehow.
S.A. Cosby on 'Razorblade Tears'
"As a cosby joins us now from southeastern virginia gloucester specifically he is the author of the new book razor blade. Tears also blacktop wasteland. And a few other books sean. Thanks for being here. Thank you so much. Haven't usa pleasure. So this is a spoiler free. Podcast i just want to say that front because this is a book that is full of really unexpected. But well earned plot twists. Give us the premise of razor blade. Tears basically reasonably tears the story of two one black one white both ex-cons whose sons on mary and at the beginning of the book. Unfortunately these two sons murdered and these two fathers who will never accepting of their son's sexuality decided to investigate the crime when be lease investigation stalls and in doing so they are trying to achieve thinned for their sons but also i think trying to get redemption for themselves in the ways. They weren't there for their children in life. They're attempting to be there for them in death. Let's talk a little bit more specifically about those two anti hero. Heroes you've got buddy lee jenkins and slash riot randolph. Who are they. They are men of certain age that come with a certain amount of baggage. Because of that age they are both hard scrabble. Southern men who are more alike in have more in common than either one of them could imagine but they're also meant that i think are internally broken in a way that precluded him being able to communicate their sons and i think hinder their relationship with their children and also hinders relationships with other people. I for all his self possessed. Gravitas is still battling with his temper at moments with buddy lee. He's kind of mired himself. This sort of self imposed existential exile from the rest of humanity and so when their sons is sort of snaps amount of this spiritual me ease that they put themselves into the giving to their darker impulses but for a greater good.
Is NASCAR's Next Gen Car Safe? Some Drivers Have Questions
"This has got started with with the nascar drivers talking about the reconfiguration of atlanta motor speedway and the and the car. The next gen car and safety concerns with it now. There's a lot of rumors flying around twitter. Which obviously don't don't take anything you see on twitter. Tell me series lead a dummy. Yeah in a crash test. Yeah with the new jenkins died. Yeah so not good good good. We're going to leave the leave that to the twitter rumors because who knows what's true. What's not all that good stuff. However the nascar drivers specifically denny hamlin have been very vocal in the past few weeks about the sanctioning body. Not being communicative. Is that a word communicative not communicating enough to the drivers about. What's going on with the next gen. Car kyle busch was very said very similar things and a few other drivers that were interviewed. Kevin harvick said
Musiio CEO Hazel Savage on How AI Can Change Music Data Processing
"Hazel savage is originally from northeast. england. She's played the guitar since she was thirteen and started out as a self taught player. Her first guitar was cherry. Red fender telecaster followed by fender cyclone. In a dan electrode recently she started getting more into collecting grabbing. A gibson goddess. For her collection. She used to play in an all girl punk band in london. Called jenkins outta. She worked part time at h m v. The record store stocking shelves putting cd's out and gaining an understanding of the music world from the perspective of a customer. I find it interesting that she doesn't miss the physical music products from her point of view. A large collection of cds can weigh a lot and are hard to move across the country after joining an incubator in singapore. She was paired up with her. Now co founder. who's deeply technical and well-versed in ai. Combined with her extensive knowledge of the music industry they set out to change the face of music and the fingerprints found inside it. This is the creation story of mucyo museum. Is i say. We're an oficial intelligence company for the music industry thursday in the know essentially what we are is processing company. It just so happens that the data that process is music and so it goes right back to what i was just talking about with the with directly store so i have to say when i was the the person putting the cds on the shelf on sunday night ready for sale on monday morning because staff ready when old enough to remember in the uk. Music was the sale at nine pm on monday morning. I would you know close to shock on sunday and then stay back those disks ready to ninety the next day and on a really busy week that baby you know five six. Maybe maybe ten cd singles push really quietly to three. You know depending on the week and that was it. That was new. Music like whilst stocking. The shelves like could have listened to pretty much all of it in its entirety. And then you know you look towards companies today. Such as you know spotify very vocal about the fact they have sixty thousand tracks being unloaded that platform as that's really the challenge that we address which will music that comes out on a daily basis. The needs to come out in a whole year ten years ago. How does the industry because music doing a great job of making more money in figuring out how to monetize streaming live where possible and merchandise opportunities. Physical retail was a set price in a in a very easily quantifiable amount. So now that. There's so much music. And i do think it's fantastic that pretty much anyone at home with that with a laptop kin creating release music. I think that's a fantastic advancement in technology. But how does the rest of the industry code streaming services. No they've got had a record labels salt through the demos that get sent to them which may be used to be a couple of hundred now. it's tens of thousands
"jenkins" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Metaxas. Show with your host eric metaxas. Hey folks welcome to the eric metaxas show. I really couldn't get anybody for this hour. And then i saw kevin sorbo remember you know him from hercules like forty five years ago. He was somebody now. He's a big nobody and he's coming onto my show begging me for publicity anybody's current wife. What's your name honey. Sam sam what are you number four. Yeah you people make me six. Hollywood that would be you know. I must be very fond of you to make fun of you publicly. Say all the things that everyone's thinking in all seriousness. I love on the panel this morning. Oh you were there unbelievable. Kevin didn't get up almost as good as the other. Two panelists to eleven o'clock. You're going to go to the moon. Alice the panel this morning. We're gonna air that on this program. My producers are are the producers. Ladies and gentlemen. They're we're going to put that on the program because it really wasn't amazing panel. It was really was. Charlie kirk votive boaty balcon junior and Some guy but no owen. Stran- was the was the the mc not the emc the host. He was kind of moderate but it was it was it was about Well a justice and kind of the woke culture and critical race theory but it was good. We're gonna we're gonna. But i'm glad you guys liked it whenever i do anything like that. I always want to know what the pretty hollywood people think it's giants. What is jennifer aniston. Get her on the phone. What does she think of what had been appliqued. Think about okay. Come on we kid. Around to affordably socialist five hundred billion. Well exactly exactly. Tell me that you guys are always working on a million wonderful things so Kevin this what are you doing lately. What's your what project. Are you work a movie theaters. Now call the girl who believes in miracles. I started peter. Coyote and mira sorvino during the cabin hearings when he filmed it. So you can imagine what side. I was on what side. They wait a minute. Mira sorvino peter coyote and you guess okay. When is that coming out. So now seven weeks has been it called girl who believes in miracles. The girl who believes in miracles. And how did this film where you're also producer or is this. Just a lowly actor played. I played a doctrine to the girl. That's nine years old. She's in church. The pastor says if you have the faith of mustard seed you can move mountains. He takes a dart start spraying a little miracle started hap- around town. It's a wonderful little movie and people watch that one. I've got i've got one nation under god opens fourth of july week. I play a high school teacher. Nice teacher in this one at the play high school teachers college atheist. That's redundant just a college. Professor is covered and so that one is called one. Asian or god where. I have a debate class after school. Right trick the students in debating about. That's a phrase going back in our pledge of allegiance and then salmon. i have a movie coming out in the fall called miracle in east texas. Now that's been coming out a while. I've got put on hold because of kobe to make sure we're opening you guys were producing at film directed it. We started it. We got lugansk. Juniors in it john ryan. You're unavailable for that. One armor ended so busy. And by the way. I've got standards. I would not be in a film like that albinos i would never let true story set in one thousand nine thirty. It's wonderful wonderful. Engine coming out hopefully in september's what we're looking at right now. Numerical in each story come from story to story about two con men that went through oklahoma and texas willing widows out of their money on fake oil wells and they would sell five hundred percent of the shares declared dry holes in the next town got like the producers. Yeah but this is a true story in an in one thousand nine thirty right. In the heart of depression they strike oil and kilgore texas largest oil. Find in the history of the world at that time and it's a wonderful. It's they won ten ten wonderful awards ten film festival. It's won ten awards. Hey directed and produced and you're in it. Yes and lou gas juniors in it and and tyler mane who was the wwf guy but people normally sabertooth the x. Men movies six nine wrestlers. Yeah and john ratzenberger. Wow cool things about that. Movie is We we cast a number of women to play the widows up in canada and we some on we cast him on tape so we didn't want them civilian meet them in person over the age of the video tape right and we cast them and two women. They were evangelists. We had no idea. Wait a minute really wild to a woman. They were evangelists. That's the strangest title. I've ever to a woman. They were eventually is they. Were all eventually like it was just odd that they would come on and it's more than odd and the and the movie is is not an overtly faith-based movie right clandestinely face. Blindside was green book. Yeah right but i know that dennis quaid spoke last night. I play his pastor in the reagan movie. Which when that comes out the he's going to be at the dinner. There's a dinner here. Tonight and dennis quaid will be there tonight and i i guess you guys will be taken for that role they did. They book me. So and i worked on soul server together with the same directors on magnum. So it's been a while. Since the last time i saw you at a movie premiere was also for new york. My daughter who's the adult over there she was. She had braces on. Choose about twelve. And i can't believe how time flies. That's just really wild. And that's many years ago. i know. Yeah yeah. I'm directing the next left behind movie. We started filming soon. And we talked about getting your role serious was it's august and september at that was innocent next left behind movie out. I'm out I don't like that on. Trust the jenkins's. I'm out so seriously. We had dallas jenkins here This now i didn't know that we know but seriously that's that is wonderful. So what is the when you say. The new the next left behind the third and based off the third book that lay jenkins his. Dad was jerry jenkins. Why shouldn't us me. My i really movie called. What if which is the same writers. As god's not dead and if you haven't seen what police said it's a much better moving to god's not dead in my book pretty much bang except for i take that back. No seriously we have to listen to show. I just like to say is tom. I just say we're heaven's gate or whatever but Seriously that's. I didn't know that film the when you just mentioned but when you talk about the left binders i did not know. The film you were talking about was left behind film. So what is the background. Or what is that story do we. Would we know that story. We'll get left behind. I know but that's that's the whole series. What part of it is is. It's well you just gonna improv. The whole thing. Spencer script a script is quite wonderful it picks it picks up pretty much right where i'm taking the role that nicholas cage did in the last one. I'm glad somebody did so. They actually got a lot of the got a lot of emails. Saying why do you have him. You need kevin sorbo in that movie. And that's why cloud ultimate have said this. I've been on the record many times if kevin sorbo is not in it. It is not an officially christian movie. That's just the way it is. That's the way. God designed the universe. So i'm glad they got you for it But jesus babylon vp's on that nine. They said every christian the it's the new law like they're passing all these laws news cameron. Every christian movie has to have kevin sorbo said even after he passed away. Digitally actually did see that. Gosh hope i get residuals..
Texas Gov. Abbott Vows to Build a Border Wall With Mexico
"Governor Greg Abbott has announced he will build his own wall as the border surge continues Functions. Griff Jenkins is in Del Rio, Texas, migrants coming from more than 35 different countries as far away as Africa. In Romania and other places where I'm standing, though, has been at hot, mostly all Venezuelans coming from here, and we've learned from the DPS agents and the other border officials here that it is highly highly organized. The Venezuelans come all the way to the little town of Acuna undertaken specifically to this spot every afternoon. Governor Abbott also plans to increase the number of arrests, mate.
"jenkins" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"And i know people don't i mean i guess i shouldn't generalize. Sometimes they do but more often than not people don't mean to be intrusive or abusive. Sure but the number of times. I have met someone who would describe themselves as a quote fan. Who has touched me without asking. I had someone literally reach out. Grab my face and run their fingers through my hair. The way your spouse is supposed to and this was a person who had never seen of until three seconds before it happened. I mean and and i and i know that that is proximal to what a character like this one. You know someone who's defined as a model who's essentially defined as alive mannequin. Yeah who we project. All of our ideas and fantasies onto as an actor people see you move and speak and in relationship granted. They're made up but they still know you're a person in in some way and so i'm i'm so fascinated by this idea of how we commodified people and how we then tell them they should like it. Oh yeah well. It's really interesting to me. So you're you're you're themes about women and how in a way. They're admonished for their success. You know whether it's daisy jones talking about her identity and people essentially saying like you're a rockstar over it and there's always some version of that so there's there's the identity vertical that i love about your work there. Is this bucket about time and and you know you mentioned the seven husbands of evelyn. That novel goes back and forth between decades in past and current time and then and then in this new book. Malibu rising which we're beginning to talk about which by the way came out today so if you all have not preordered it you absolutely should be ordering it today because i was very lucky. My friend taylor sent me an advanced copy. Which i got to devour but this book literally goes hour by hour. And there's something about that structure of time that makes me feel so stressed but glennon doyle uses that term skated where she's like scared and excited all at once. And that's how. I felt going through this and i. I'm really really curious about some things again not to sound like i have just been keeping lists but i sort of have on your work there. Are these mentions that. Feel like easter eggs. Yeah for fans of your previous References back to. Evelyn hugo you mention seal his saint james an mkx riva and there are all these rumors that your books are based on real people. And i know we're not gonna talk about that with previous. Do we get to talk about it with this book it. You know it's funny. This book is sort of. Like because i am a few into this pattern. Now i understood where the interest would be and so it's actually a about no one in particular but was way more fun to play with in terms of so for instance like the book is about the riva family. It's four siblings. They're all surfers are living in malibu. They're abandoned by their famous father. Mick wrva and mick. Riva is evelyn. Hugo's third husband so reba exists in evelyn hugo. He's mentioned in a scene in daisy jones. And now we're getting the story of his and the riva kids were now all adults. They're throwing their annual riva party. It's like the hollywood party to end parties. The party everybody you know wants to be seen at and there's a lot of celebrities that are gonna come and so so as well. The first thing is that. I've created a world of all these fake celebrities and i'm not gonna do double work if i already have all these other fake celebrities that i can put it this party. Let me use some of them..
"jenkins" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"As a writer like what came before you. There's some things you just have to decide. You're going to buckle down and read but on a day to day basis. Like you know i i certainly right books with the hope that it brings people joy and not every book is right for each person. And if it doesn't bring you joy you know. Set yourself free and put the book down time. I'm so curious about your story because you know we know you as this bestselling author. Who's speaking of adaptations. You know whose work is being adapted by reese witherspoon and other sort of hollywood icons There's there's so much that you've done. But i want to know where it began. Were you always in relationship to books. You know who. Who is taylor as a kid growing up in massachusetts. Who did you know you're introverted. Then you paint me a picture of what was happening when you were. I don't know nine or ten. Yeah well no. I was not in relationship with books. I'm not one of those authors. Who has the very romantic story of you know i would. I would be under the covers of the flashlight reading a book after my parents told me to go to bed. That was not me So i was born in maryland and lived there. My parents divorced. When i was very very young and we lived in maryland until i was about twelve we will go back and forth from maryland massachusetts. Basically and like my mom was mostly massachusetts. My dad was maryland. And and when i turned twelve we left maryland. Just set down finally in massachusetts and so. That's where i feel like i'm from that's where my formative memories really take place and that's where my lasting friendships are. I mean i didn't get into reading in any real earnest way like there were a few books that meant something to me. Throughout my teenage years. I got really into bricolate like Helen fielding and nick hornby. And but i was watching tv. That's that's what i was doing though that was my my storytelling.
"jenkins" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"I am delighted to have with us today. Prolific novelist and show creator taylor jenkins read. Taylor's historical fiction novel. Daisy jones in the six is a national and new york times bestseller the winner of the two thousand nineteen good reads choice awards for historical fiction and was named one of the best books of the year by the washington post. It is being turned into a mini series by amazon studios produced by reese witherspoon. I devoured.
Michael Isikoff Has An Issue With Barry Meier and The Collusion Hoax
"I saw this this weekend had tipped Glenn Greenwald to put it out in the social media can actually does real journalism. Greenwall picked out this gym these air. This is a former New York Times reporter Barry Meyer. And a liberal reporter, Michalis two coffees on me not have trouble Connemara reporter, but whatever you get the hint This is a fascinating exchange. Let me give you some background. You want to see how we get to group think and how people believe things that aren't true. Listen to this sucker here, a little background on it. So Barry Meyer was a former New York Times journalist. And he wrote this book recently. And the book is about how the whole Russian collusion thing happened. And how fusion GPS these air basically paid spies who were paid to feed information to media outlets that we now know. Was it true, Donald Trump colluded with the Russians? You've heard it all before. We don't need to re litigate the collusion hoax here. It's all fake. Okay, it's made up, you get it. But Meyer didn't expose in his bookkeeper minds Got you sorry for The New York Times isn't right for bright Bart. Conservative Review Bongino calm. He was right for the New York Times, and he's highlighting and sounding the alarm over this. Paid intelligence operation Fusion, GPS and others who are paid to produce political information and then feed it to media. People who run with it. Well, what's the problem with them? Information often turns out to be false. Sounds like a big problem. So it's a cop who's a big lefties interviewing Barry Meyer and instead of celebrating the fact that conservative media My show, Fox news. Other shows out there. Molly Hemingway Home and Jenkins John Solomon, who got the collusion hoax story right that it was a hoax instead of celebrating it liberal Michaelis a cough is more concerned about the fact that right wing media chose to have Barry Meyer despite him having written for The New York Times on their shows. And he's not concerned at all the fact that we got it right and they got it
With ‘The Underground Railroad,’ Barry Jenkins looks squarely at Black trauma
"Underground railroad was a network of abolitionists routes to free slaves. But what if it was an actual railroad with a train chugging toward freedom? That's the premise of Colson Whitehead's Pulitzer Prize winning novel, now adapted by Barry Jenkins into a 10 episode miniseries. This isn't a straightforward, inspirational narrative like Harriet. This combines the brutality of roots with the social commentary of watchman and a hint of magical realism like the Polaroids. Press to some ADO is empathetic as the lead Joe Edger tennis sinister as the villain, slave catcher and child star chased Dillon is his precocious psychic. I still have eight episodes to go. But judging by the first two were in for a powerful train ride by a master conductor. I'm Toby Toby film critic Jason Fraley, giving the underground railroad for five stars. So far, dolphin
‘The Underground Railroad’: Barry Jenkins’ Journey Into American Darkness
"Was certainly excited. To see the underground railroad josh least be couple episodes. I was able to fit in this week for this discussion. Because as you know. We're both big barry jenkins fans on the show. Moonlight was in my top five year. It came out of beale street. Could talk was my number one film of its year twenty eighteen but i have to confess i was also reading it a bit just based on the title just based on what i suspected the subject matter would be. There's that element of brutality. That i imagine would be part of this show but i was less worried about that and really more focused on the toil of watching people emotionally suffer and suffering along with them. And that's certainly something we've come to expect from berry jenkins work and then you said something last week on the show josh. I think you'd already caught up with an episode or two. The gave me hope. You said it's not really what you think. It will be or something to that effect and i thought okay. Maybe i'm in for a big surprise here and maybe it will be a relatively pleasurable watch. And then when. I admitted to you today in our slack that i was going to have to binge these two episodes just prior to recording. You said binging may be harmful to mental health. And i knew that. I was in for an experience.
Man City Are Champions Again
"Kick things off by saluting manchester city. Once again champions of england they didn't even have to kick a ball today. Manchester united losing a home against less city means that it's mathematically impossible for social side to catch city rivals. Had the top of the table. This be much to cities. Seven talk fly when their fifth in the premier league areas of manchester united but in the angry obviously thoroughly deserved. You know to come back. From the couple of seasons hod will they will neck and neck ever pulling successful and then they go a lesson last year from from liverpool who won cancer at the end that was over by other know probably february of thereabouts and to come back from the and we were going to be the big chases again that she had the injuries of just d- road. Anything they were going to do. We're going to talk about potential for was to come back from that. And let you wins and re address the problems particularly the bach and the yeah amazingly with ruben diaz. Joe sale has been fantastic. Jenkins done well when he's commend. Johnstone's of resurgence and has career and he's fitness any form part from the wobble gone magnificent and the medfield. All this done really pretty much more. This season with a not australian and i don't think there's many other clubs around europe never mind an england that could have that success pleaded not mon. It's interesting see because they started this season badly. Go back says say november and you look at the table. They're not even in the top ten after eight matches in fact that resided in thirteen. They'd only got twelve points from those opening eight matches but then they went on an incredible. Winning run didn't they.
'The Underground Railroad’: Oscar Winner Barry Jenkins Returns With Limited Series
"Miniseries adaptation of the Colson Whitehead novel, The Underground Railroad premieres on Amazon Prime Both the book and the Serie Center around Cora and enslaved woman who escapes from a plantation in Georgia and travels through a literal underground train system in search of freedom. And while the series does depict the traumatic reality of slavery, early reviews have lauded it for not sensationalizing the violence shown on screen as well as for emphasizing the humanity of the enslaved characters. Much of the project success can be credited to Barry Jenkins Theosophy are winning filmmaker behind Moonlight and If Beale Street could talk here he is on the take away back in 2018 talking about his plans for the underground railroad. Most clearly I can say about it is, you know the hero's journey, and I remember as a kid, you know, hearing about the underground railroad for the first time and really literally imagining to two trains. Running underground. And so I think that reading Coulson's book kind of reactivated the childhood kind of off, you know, around just like the power the ingenuity, you know of black folks to create this path to freedom, and I thought the best way to tell that was to go on the four hero's journey. So I was really happy to partner with Amazon and find a place where we could tell the story on the course of 89 10 hours.
"jenkins" Discussed on LFCC Stories
"Yeah i'm happy to have accelerated program. The program it wasn't art was in his cell but bow usually with accelerated programs issues. So much information like each chapter have like sixty slides. And it'll be at sesto chapters one through eight so it was a lot. You had the study and attention. What was your favorite class in the program. Either at medical terminology had a section with that or the clinical stuff. We learnt like drawing blood and we did a little bit of cpr. Fido's your temp low pressure in. Doing cova tests was apart is probably the most fun part. Sometimes you take these jobs because you have this particular skill set or you've gone through this program and sometimes the jobs aren't exactly in line with what you learned in some of the classes. Have you had those moments where you've had to do something in dot. I know exactly how to do this because we covered it in class. Yeah especially like send. Ekg's helping a patient would ekg is is easy because instructor at like a slogan that we use for all the places for ekg and always remember what color those. Where did you find. it was. It was weird or different for you having relationships with professors at a college versus being a high school student. In having a juicer. Yeah yeah it was. It was so much different. janet maze. She helped me so much shoes early. Nice very patient. She makes everything super detailed. If you ask your question she won't just say yes or no. She'll say yes because xyz she's very she makes very good expirations. She actually referred me to lifetime family medicine. She sent me an email. And hey you're like the only person who lives in the prince william county area out of we went back and forth and i needed help with my resume so she helped me with that. So yes she. She did a lot for me and it's pretty impressive. Because a lot of people i would think during the pandemic chose to just put their head in the sand and try and ride it out and it's it's pretty impressive that you decided. No this is. This is going to be when i make a change and this is when i move forward and take control of my life. That's that's got to be a big step in a scary step in and of itself. Yeah it was. I think once the pandemic aetna twenty three song young when went back to school being eighteen thousand nine hundred intake school that serious and then fast forward to last year did know what i wanted to do with my life. And just listen the custodial job for those couple months that was really tough and i kinda knew ahead. Start taking life a lot more and not be so lackadaisical did you reach out to family members. And say hey. I'm thinking about doing this. Do you think it's a good idea. Did the majority of them say oh absolutely. You should have done that as soon as you graduated high school. Yes specially my mom my mom's our end so she's like yeah. Go go right on fs. Yeah.
"jenkins" Discussed on LFCC Stories
"For conversations with current and former students to hear their funny and inspiring stories as we learn about their journey to higher education the role that nfc has played where they are now and where they plan to go also talked to current and former professors about their experiences and best memories of l. fcc over the past fifty years get every single episode as they're released on our website at the river. Nine five three dot com under the podcast tab or you can subscribe for free and apple. Podcasts google podcasts. On spotify amazon music wherever you listen to podcasts just search for l. Fcc stories we are having a conversation today. With kareem jenkins he is a twenty twenty one graduate of lord fairfax community college. Kareem thank you so much for taking some time to sit and have a conversation with me today. I do appreciate it. Thanks for inviting me. So i understand that you completed the medical assistant program. Tell me what the program is. All about is very similar to nursing. Now we don't do as much stuff as like our ends but it was gonna celebrate a program that those about three months most other medical assistant programs are like about a year or they also have like a metal close degree. Which is like two years. So i was really excited to just have that accelerated ground. Who was monday. Wednesday friday nine to twelve thirty for about three months. Now you graduated the program in two thousand and twenty one where your classes in person were they virtual how were the classes themselves karna. Both since it was like the wintertime february march april may since the wintertime. If this snowed or anything like that or if it was like sleep or anything it will be soon if not most of the classes. They were in person other than the weather in crazy. Pandemic thing we have going on. So what made you choose. This particular program to join. Have you always been interested in some sort of healthcare related field. Always wanted to get my foot in. The door was healthcare. I just didn't know what specifically so i decided to. Just try this out and right now. I really enjoy it. Were you working the whole time that you were going through the program. Yeah i work two jobs. They were both part time. It wasn't easy board for prince. William county schools lisa janitor two days a week and then our at domino's pizza delivery driver and i work saturday. So this is a whole new career path for you..
Interview: Cutting Edge Cloud Native, an Expert's Perspective
"Alright listeners. I'm here with the cd foundations tracing miranda to talk about cloud native technology. Hello tracy how are you hi kana. I'm great thanks so much for having meets my pleasure to be here unfetter. So what is your background with. Cloudy technologies see. Executive director of the continuous liberty foundation to that organization has its mission to increase the world's capacity to deliver it with speed and security and increasingly today that means our continuous delivery in the context of cloud native and in particular to our founding projects of the foundation are cloud native oriented projects so Tectonics and jenkins x. up both Technology in the space looking to see how we can deliver software more effectively with cloud. Native technologies As sort of right up the alley of what. I'm trying to get to today. So what makes an application or a service cloud native. What does cloudy of mean in this aspect. Yeah well the the kind of over-simplification Sometimes people district. That is kuban eighties. That's come to be synonymous these days with cloud native but in general it really is about using the cloud. Well so having this. Next generation of cloud usage which has the ability to do like real elastic scaling so being able to scale horizontally vertically and just bringing about this ability to to use the cloud really well and get to that ideal of kind of limitless compute
Dallas County reports 11 COVID-19 deaths, 292 coronavirus cases
"Today and 11 more deaths. All of those who died had underlying high risk health conditions, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins reported. 97 reported deaths for the week, which is a decrease from the previous week. Meanwhile, in Tarrant County, two more deaths and 236 new cases were reported. 43 year old. Fifth grade teacher, Misty Lorraine Kato remains in
"jenkins" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"Kenneka jenkins was born and raised in chicago illinois to her mom theresa martin by all accounts. She and her mom had an amazing relationship. You can find multiple pictures and videos online of them laughing joking around and just having fun together in two thousand fourteen can nica had just gotten a job at a nursing home in room nine twenty six of the crown plaza chicago o'hare hotel in rosemont connecticut. Jenkins attended a rain roberts. Birthday party with her friends her mom let her borrow her car that evening so she could go to the party. Allegedly thirty six people were in and out of rome. Nine twenty six that night hotel parties have been popular for decades especially among young twenty. Somethings kaneko was nineteen at the time and just wanted to go out and have a great time with people that she believed were her friends. The party kicked off on friday night around eleven thirty on september eighth of two thousand seventeen by the accounts of some people there. They said they didn't see can smoke any weed or partake in any drugs that she was drinking a little alcohol. Her friends were on facebook. Live that night and you can hear can eek assay in the background. I'm not drunk to be completely fair. A lot of us have said that when we are in fact drunk a male acquaintance of others at the party walked in and claimed kaneko was swaying back and forth while giving him a big hug. Witnesses said can nico was not at all herself that night. She seemed upset about something she would be dancing around and then she would go sit by ourself looking really sad some saw wandering the hotel halls with her buddies and surveillance cameras showed as she was stumbling towards the front desk a little after three in the morning after this allegedly buddy new where she went about an hour later her mom was called and she immediately went to the hotel to look for her daughter. The search for caen goes started at five thirty in the morning as a mom. Would theresa went around the whole hotel knocking on every door wanting to know if anyone had seen her daughter or if she was possibly in another room eventually a hotel employee was upset and annoyed about this and called nine one one. The hotel management was very uncooperative. Telling theresa they couldn't show her any of their surveillance footage until kaneko was officially reported missing to authorities. The police were notified and reportedly. They didn't seem to be in a hurry to do anything. The police finally reported her missing on saturday. At one fifteen in the afternoon there appeared to be no sense of urgency. On the police's part at all
"jenkins" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"To the british and their buses come to america and taken root but the next part of the story requires a bit of a change in scenery. We'll be right back on cars matter. Welcome to life done. Better listen to the weekly episodes were supermodel and health coach. Jill diong talks to some of the world's most inspiring women in health and wellness. It's the place for all the unicorns who strive to create a life on their own terms. Join us to explore. Discover and create a life done better together. Listen and subscribe from kurt co media media for your mind. Welcome back to cars that matter. Is we detail the week history of the car. That is now known as the jenkins vw. Bus or story shifts post world war two america an america that is suffering from the racism and attitudes flourished prior to and sparked the civil rights movement. He saw and johnny jenkins are living on johns island south carolina in nineteen forty eight. The couple founded the progressive club that co-op offered their community financial assistance legal aid and education. The building housed at grocery store gas station and a community center he saw janey be worked tirelessly to help their community overcome the oppression of the jim crow era son of he saw janey. Be bill jenkins at ninety years of age chairpersons. His family's history. You start back in nineteen forty eight and nineteen forty eight when we started regressive club when white man shot a black man oviedo. Mma daddy was hustling in charleston and people came at sandwich shop. And he's not dead and so he went to hospital and they give to scores and that saves me and try to find a judge handled a case and a lawyer. He's never came and eventually call the meeting at the movies and that same progressive club informed the named progressive club because people from all over the community. We had enough of this shoot us like dogs and so it's not have meeting. I in two months and school became making a move across the street and that piece of property was and that is when daddy's got people from the islands johns island and part of what law jones l. people to plan in charge and on that fertilizer plan. They had some latest on. That didn't have to be worked out early in the it stayed on until nine o'clock so that's the start talking about. Why learning this happening to us. And we don't see anything like an l fund rope around. You even know his own strength so any found people were listening to you. Dan voter registration was very all started. But the famous green bus that jenkins purchased in nineteen sixty. Six wasn't the first car to be of use. To the jenkins elaine jenkins youngest daughter of east saw janey explains with bill. There was a fleet of buses that our parents had before began to the volkswagen bus. Yeah and so those losses. We used to transport people to in from work. The islands did not have a connecting bridge until the mid fifties there was a fairy and the buses used to transport islanders into allston to work. The buses were also used because there was no high school lunch on silence for african americans. The black was in charleston. Been papi used the buses to transport the children who wanted to go to high school including his own children. My brother here and my two older sisters would ride in one of the buses the truck into charleston to go to schoo- and then a lot of the schools on the island. What have excursions and says. My father had the buses. He would take the children on outings in the area. The beaches are segregated and also so the buses we use transport people to to look the black beaches the area mosquito beach in atlantic beach. Those were the two black features. The buses did a lot of things. My brothers said my parents again. All the nizing people on those buses during that time to talk about the conditions in which they were living on these islands and one of them was the issue of voter registration in education here in south carolina. At the time that you had to be able to read a portion of the us constitution and pay a poll tax. So what my parents did was. They helped the people to read that portion of the constitution that they needed to know. I mean they memorized that in how to write their names. That's the backdrop of these two volkswagen now when we fast forward by the time proper purchase the nineteen sixty six mini-bus most of the fleet of buses. He had maybe one or two left one. Divorce from horse chevy bus sixty chevy books right. He come out the fleet a larger but when we get to the bulk sagging by see only had one of those longhouses were on the community and try to to people to let them know what being as citizens me. You didn't even with a citizen. I think in nineteen sixty. Six to see a federal credit union was established. My father had gone a year earlier to a meeting in washington. Dc he went there for one purpose then he heard about a community meeting that was being held hearings were being held on capitol hill and he went and he spoke about the fact that for african americans after learning. They had to buy expensive money. It was they had to go to individuals instead of banking institutions to borrow money and they started for about a year discussed the possibility of starting a steel federal credit union in charleston. Sell once that credit union was up than papa damn got the first volkswagen bus and it had. Ceo federal credit union on it on the side of it. The back had had his progress. Everybody knew this in charleston county whenever they started busing jason's coming about something but he loved that volkswagen that sixty six several years later. He bought a blue volkswagen personally. But it was that volkswagen that was for the citizens committee that he went around talked about voter registration encouraging people to register and both and to join the seal federal credit union and he still took people around. Is that the two of the to a role in that whole both. As time went on the bus became not only a member of the community around it. But of the jenkins family itself sometimes hear something and does he know what he was going to. Do you going to such and such face and go to such and he go to take a nap while i'm driving a once. You get a. He's talking and he did say come on wake up. We got a lot of things to do and we don't have time to play around. He was stern at times but he knew how to people. I know he used to call all of these islands in charleston. County many islands five ask seattle but to go to some of those others true mcclellan bill and all but they used to get people from each one who's island and then start talk to and out wants you to give me a report on you got. And how could i have. And he'll go from one especially in charleston county. You started off james island. That was a large island in population. Johns island was largest island in erie was the smallest.
"jenkins" Discussed on Amanpour
"Just it all the way. And Barry Jenkins joins me now from new Oakwell come to the program. Thank you. So we just showed a bit of the trailer. But even in the trailer, you can see sort of an exceptional lens on black experience in America. There's so much joy the focus on this love that you focus on. There's a certain naive Ted that you focus on. What was it that made you want to adapt this particular Baldwin novel? For me. I've always been a really big fan and Mirer of James Baldwin's work, Mr. Baldwin had quite a few voices. He wrote in but two of those voices in particular that always stood out to me was one voice that was obsessed with romance romanticism interpersonal relationships and the other boys that was just as obsessed passionate about pointing out his stomach injustice, and I felt like in this book, if they'll streak a talk those voices were perfectly fused, and the story addition Fani, I mean, they really are perfect. If you so tissues, the young go. She's nineteen phony is her boyfriend. They've known each other from when they were little little children, and they grew up into this really deep and sweet and wonderful love. And then he gets framed full a rape that he didn't do that his family is trying to get him out of jail full. But his this moment we wanna play a fairly lengthy clip of tissues family, telling funnies family that she's actually pregnant. Just listen. A child is coming. His cringe. Understand you. It's your grandchild. But differences and make how it gets here to challenge got nothing to do with that. Ain't none of us got nothing to do with that. Take your which you..