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Fresh update on "jensen" discussed on Mark Levin
"For kids today The New Jersey governor's race beginning to tighten up the latest polls showing Jack chiarelli trailing incumbent Democrat Phil Murphy by just 6 points according to an Emerson college P ix 11 poll 7% of these 600 likely voters polled remain undecided The election is November 2nd Early voting beginning tomorrow New Jersey voters can now cast their ballots in person ahead of election day Meantime early voting in New York City's mayoral race also beginning tomorrow Shock and sadness in the entertainment industry over Thursday's prop firearm accident on the set of the western film rust Actor Alec Baldwin firing a weapon that killed cinematographer halena Hutchins and left director Joel Seuss injured Baldwin issuing a statement on social media today on Hutchins death expressing apologies and support to her family It was just days ago Baldwin's costar Jensen Ackles at a convention giving some insight into how guns are introduced on set And the armor was like you have gun experience.
Kuznetsov scores twice, Capitals beat Avalanche 6-3
"Evgeny Kuznetsov scored his first two goals of the season and Alex so vets can put his seven hundred thirty fourth career goal into an empty net as the capital's doubled up the avalanche six three because that's up picked up a secondary assist on a vengeance empty netter with two twenty one left giving him a three point night Nick Jensen if MFN and nicked out also scored for Washington Ilya Samsonov made twenty four saves in his season debut ABS forward Nathan mackinnon made his season debut after recovering from cove in nineteen he was on the ice for four goals against I'm Dave Ferrie
Fresh update on "jensen" discussed on Mark Levin
"Firearm accident on the set of the western film rust Actor Alec Baldwin firing a weapon that killed cinematographer Helena Hutchins and left director Joel Sousa injured Baldwin issuing a statement on social media this morning on Hutchins death expressing apologies and support to her family Just days ago Baldwin's costar Jensen Ackles at a convention giving some insight into how guns are introduced on set And the armor was like you have got experience It was a gun And I was like a little And she's like okay well this is how you load it Oh This is how this is how we check it make sure it's safe The set has been shut down Millionaire real estate icon Robert Durst has been charged with the death of his former wife Cathy durst the state police filed a criminal complaint Tuesday in town court in louisbourg Westchester county accusing durst of second degree murder after his wife disappeared in 1982.
Jays stay close in wild-card race, hit 5 HRs, rout O's 10-1
"But J. salt five home runs setting a new franchise record at ten one victory over the Orioles at Rogers centre one of your career with junior tales Hernandez George Springer Bo Bichette and Dani Jensen all went deep for Toronto who set a new club best for running for president season with two hundred fifty eight rookie Alec model what was dominant using his fastball as his weapon of choice to go seven innings giving up a run and hit each and striking up ten Warren hills the Yankees lost to Tampa Saturday means the blue jays wild card hopes are still alive entering Sunday's season finale Jonathan Toronto
Fresh update on "jensen" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"Danny burger No DIA bank has reported net income of €1 billion for the third quarter beating estimates The results come as the finished bank announces a €2 billion share buyback program Well joining me now is our dea bank president and CEO Frank van Jensen So a third quarter beat And within these results you've said that you've also are looking to deliver a new set of financial targets I'm sure you can't give us the specifics yet because as you say in this release you're working on updating those But can you kind of give us a flavor of what that update might bring Yeah we have yet again delivered very strong strong quarter and have progressed well Towards our.
Matz sharp, Jays beat Orioles 6-4 to stay in wild card race
"Total production for the bottom third of their order helping the blue jays to a six four win Danny Jensen had a two run home run off oriel starter Thomas Eshelman his tenth well Kevin BGO who spent most of the season at triple lay wrapped in three hits Steven that's what so but it is giving up a pair of runs while scattering six hits to get the win he improved to fourteen and seven oh seven was tagged with the loss to pull double one three Jordan rebuttal picked up his twenty third say throttle needs to win its final two regular season games in order to still have a shot at an American League wild card spot join the debate
Fresh update on "jensen" discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"Worth. Yes yes yes. Do not get caught up in the hype and the you know. Ooh i got to win. This bid. 'cause i've lost six others. It doesn't matter. Make the offer that works with your numbers. Only it doesn't matter what other people are buying. Your competition has different parameters that they're working under. Yeah it has to work for me I put in ten grand over on a property that was really cool and it was really mark thunder ray and they ended up going twenty grand over at least according to my realtor. I wasn't sad about it. Because i price exactly what i could afford. Exactly what it would be worse to run out all the things do with the property that higher number one the work i would been paying people who were there or you know just overpaying so listen the next time you're tempted to pay somebody to live someplace you pay me and i won't call you to fix anything. I'll fix the roof myself. It'll be great. I mean i'm not going to give you kind of the person i sell but you if you want to pay somebody this goes for anybody. If you want to pay somebody to live somewhere you go ahead and send me a check. The website bigger pockets dot com has our home address or hq address right on there. You just send it right to mindy. Jensen i'll i'll catch it with a smile okay. So what else were we talking about when you were here last you had you were contributing to your employer retirement fund. We discussed the concept of the four fifty seven plan. And you were looking into that you discover that you did have that option. Are you now maxing out. Everything there is. There is still only so much to go around as far as retirement. I am still maximum Mike key mike teacher's retirement system which are getting employer match for some maximum out. Also maxing out my roth. Ira and i have a few hundred dollars a month that i put into Accounts that aren't retirement centric. So i can pull them if i need to. And all the money is currently going towards probably innings great and that is highlighting my comment that i always say personal finances personal and what works for me may not work for you but it doesn't matter all that your system has to work for us to you so i love that. You're still contributing enough to get your full.
US Open Day 8: Djokovic vs. Brooksby
"Eight of the. us open. Anna's we come to you. We are watching novak djokovic. Sit in a meditative state at the chair. Midway through his fourth-round match against twenty year. Old american jensen brooks be. He lost the first set. It has been an epic second-set with still in it. Jovic leads five games to brooks spear serving. Two five to stay in the set to five does not tell the story of this set of tennis. There was a twenty minute game in the middle of it in which books be broke eventually the joke of which served to to get things back on track but rich being the guy that he is immediately sees the
Fresh update on "jensen" discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"Podcast show number two hundred and forty to finance friday edition where we check in with. Sarah wilson brian and eric and see what they've been up to. Since we last spoke with them. I think it's really important to challenge of belief sometimes and not necessarily just keep doing with weight things away. You've been doing them just because that's what we've always done them and so scott Saying like hey you've got forty four grand in cash. Maybe don't a was a bit of a wake up call. I did actually end up changing some of my saving habits so it's a four bedroom two bath house with with a hot tub. It's beautiful. It came fully furnished so again it had been only been rented on short term rental for about a year so it wasn't beat up to bat right. I had to go in and do anything really. Don't couple cosmetic things but now we've already booked. I've only been live with it for a little over two weeks on airbnb and it's already booked up like twelve thousand dollars for the rest of the year. My wife and i got so excited after our recording that we kind of went and tried to do everything we could as much as we could to get ourselves in an even better financial situation. Hello hello my name is mindy. Jensen and i am flying solo today. Scott couldn't join me today. So i am flying solo. When the i.
"jensen" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Hi this is tony. Auto and welcome to bite here on the sf t. podcast network and so parenting an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that we would do. You know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. When you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes. Where the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion matthew. Jensen is director of photography for the. I wonder woman film. And also a game of thrones first of all congratulations on one. Thank you she was. I've known this character a long time. Yeah i'm a little older than most folks doing this. So i kind of seen her evolved into comics. And everything and i thought she was caught on great. I'm glad to hear that your job i mean. I've always followed great director photography. I've always appreciated their word. Basically you're painting. Yes yeah. I like to think about it that way. Yeah absolutely and let's talk about wonder woman and the and and what you did like if you look at each segment of the film. They're all different skara. What was your approach. I i liked almost mythical quality the way you looked at it was really beautiful. Thank you the major idea. That was driving The look of the movie was that we wanted to to get contrast diana's homeland with Which is paradise to the mechanized world of man and and it and how brutal it was So that was sort of gave us a roadmap or how to present the two environments so famous kira really was about we. We wanted to create This island of gronzy beautiful specimens athletics specimens and we want you to feel the sun and the health of the of the amazons and then also emphasize the rich greens and the science blues of the water. And and so we were. We were constantly trying to present a full color palette but then emphasize kind of these these very natural colors to make them pop was. You're a little different shading when the germans invaded scare. Did you kind of do things a little differently to kind of show there for boating them coming. Not necessarily i think or whatever sort of variations. We got there was mainly due to the the weather conditions. You know so yeah. That's that's mainly it now. We were trying to present a cohesive world and that they were just in bagels. What i like the like the way you laid the battle scenes know world war one. It just emphasize drama in pesos of the situation and really emphasized her moral center which i totally adored about this character and the way it was presented. I never thought i'd ever see that wonder woman. I'm really glad to patty with that direction. The battle scenes almost looked like documentary. Like is really you kind of gray things. Down a little bit Almost devoid of color at times while we wanted a full color palette with mistero. We've wanted a more limited color palette in london and in on the front in belgium so we placed heavy emphasis on san and blues and then the wardrobe at that point Is much more what you'd call stock world war one outfit. So it's a lot of earth tones browns and grays and blacks and greens. And so you're just not seeing the variety of color. I was emphasizing the the blue In the overcast lights and that kind of thing and we were also upping the contrast a little bit there. There were burning coal and so that at that time. And that's that's what's in the atmosphere so we wanted to give a little a lot of the reference photos that we were looking at literally like they're almost black and black and white when they're they're depicting that that time period again. We wanted to you to feel that. And they're to be a sense of naturalism and then for it. To contrast with wonder woman's outfit you know when she walks out of the trench to have that red and yellow emphasized And pop when you've got the rest of the environment sort of trampled on individuals thousand great team. Look for both wonder woman. And a game of thrones on. Hbo max her bite. This is tony lana..
"jensen" Discussed on World Cafe
"Jensen mcrae. Who is my guest today performing. Immune asong that blew up online earlier this year. Millions of people have watched and listened to that song when that started happening when it started to go viral back in january and you started to see those numbers take up what was going through your head. I was really really overwhelmed. I put up the song on thursday night on a friday. It was starting to pick up a little bit. And i was like. Oh maybe bridges even going to see this specifically didn't tag her. Don't wanna bother her with this. And then on saturday morning. I was just like i was eating an almond croissant and was covered in crumbs and i was on the phone with my with my former agent and we were just talking. Just catching up. And then i got my phone started buzzing uncontrollably and one of the texts was from one of my favorite song writers kevin garrett and he said you broke the internet and i was like what what could he possibly be talking about and i opened twitter and i saw that i was trending and i was very overwhelmed because i honestly always thought that going viral like involve some sort of like secret alchemy that only certain people had access to and now i realize like a really is just right place right time right idea and it's really scary and it feels like a lot of pressure because someone like me like i'm not famous and my following is like really small and specific and to have all of these people that were like from outside of that like peering in at me and perceiving me was really scary it was i started happening like right away that people would be like. Hey are you. Are you the phoebe. British girl like just in other corners of the internet or even in real life and it was it was very disorienting. But i'm so grateful that it happened because the timing ended up being really perfect music coming out and it was really really great when it comes to perception and expectation you've spoken about how being a black woman being a mixed race woman who plays folk music has sometimes challenged people's expectations. I was wondering if you could talk about that a little bit. And how that affects you as a writer and as an artist. Yeah i mean. I when i was first getting out into the world of music like people were really not receptive to the idea that i was making folk music like. Every time i played a show people will be like you know who you sound like. And then they'd say any white folk artists and say but with more soul house like what is it that feels coated. And then also if people hadn't heard my music it'd be like oh so you're like beyond say it'd be like no not not even a little bit. I love my music. Sounds nothing like hers. And so i would find myself in those situations quite often in the first few years that i was trying to play shows around l. a. and then when i met my manager kristen and my producer rocky like they immediately understood. Exactly what i was doing of course and they. They knew that the influences that i had and the kind of music that i was making there was space for a lot of different things to be happening at once. I'm thinking about after this wild year that you've had with all of the different songs out in the world and now finally getting to release your record your way. You're set of songs to formally introduce yourself. What do you hope a listener. We'll take away from this album. What do you hope people will think. Jensen mcrae sounds like i hope people here like for one thing. I wanna feel kind of like a big sister to people like that's been something that's been really great to me. Whenever i see a young girl get really excited about my music. Like one time like a six year old girl tick toxin saying along. And i cried for like a full day like my dream. Is that like. I can function sort of like the words of wisdom for people like a few years behind me but i think the most important things that i want people to take away from my music or one that black women contain multitudes in addition to the fact that i'm writing this music. That's like a typical. I guess for black women to be making in a public space also. I'm talking about a wide variety of issues and talk about mental health and identity and race and growing up and unrequited love and all of those things can coexist with my political identities as well and also that feeling big feelings. Okay i think like people people. The genesis of the title for me was that i feel like online whenever someone posts like a sad song or sad tweet hurt you and i feel like it's a fun question. Ask i think the answer is the world's society but also it's an internal thing as well. You hurt yourself all the time. And i want people to know that it's okay to feel all of those big feelings even about things that maybe don't warrant as much drama. Let other people don't think weren't as much drama as you're willing to bring the last song that we're going to hear you play for us is called adam's ribs and i don't know how many people have heard this is the brand new. It's on the that's just coming out. What can you tell us about adam's ribs before we hear it so adam's ribs was a song that i wrote based on leaked a title. I really wanted to write a song with that title and it was actually the first. This song came out of the first session. I ever had with rocky. I had just met him like two days prior. And i came into the studio and he said just pretend like i'm not here and right how you would normally right and i wrote this like i used a biblical metaphor even though jewish because i think biblical imagery is really resonant and interesting and i was reading about the way the unrequited love has always felt for me which is like you literally feel like you're made out of this other person like you only exist because they exist And again another song. That's not about anyone. I usually am writing. Personal experiences was just like kind of collection of feelings. That i was feeling all at once. but yeah i just. I really wanted to write about the feeling of unrequited love and this is what came out one of the great classic.
"jensen" Discussed on World Cafe
"Wolves recorded live for world cafe by my guest today. Jensen mcrae on her new ep. Who hurt you one song. That is not on that ep. That you recorded for today is called immune and it's one that got a lot of attention earlier this year online. It all started fittingly with the tweet. Back in. january tweeted in twenty twenty three phoebe. Bridges is going to drop her third album and the opening track will be about hooking up in the car while waiting in line to get vaccinated at dodger stadium. And it's gonna make me cry. And then you posted a a little teaser of the song that you wrote in the style of features first of all before we get into the song. What makes a lyric a fee bridge lyric. Well i mean to get really specific. Mentions of her brother. That's going to be great anything about the east side. Know getting there but really like the things that i love about her in the things that i tried to emulate him out just like super specific super topical and timely and just like really hitting the emotions that are underneath the most mundane situations. She's like one of the masters of writing about modernity without being too cloying. Like i feel like she could totally slip in stuff about tiktok in snapchat and i'd be like this is so moving and i think it's the tweeted that the song was gonna make you cry because the chorus of this song and i've listened to invite today when i was walking to work. I listened to it one more time before interviewing you. And i was so glad i had a mask on because for some reason this time the chorus hit me and i really felt it. I'm going to read the lyrics of the chorus. What will we say to each other. When the needle goes in what will be to each other. If the world doesn't end engage right now saying it could you. Could you talk about writing that chorus. Those lyrics yeah. I put a lot of pressure on myself to write that chorus. Because when i posted the original clip like i had written that verse in like ten minutes and i just put it up thinking no one was going to see it. And then as the response grew i realized it one that i had to finish the song to in finishing the song i was going to have to write an incredible interest because like people would be waiting for it and if it was all a letdown from the promise of the verse then like the experiment would have failed so i was really concerned about making sure that was good so i wrote the other versus really fast and was sitting there. Like what's this is going to be. And i started thinking about. You know the point up the song which is that. Like relationships form during the pandemic are kind of fraud and that we don't really know what they look like when the emotional stakes have been lowered and then also relationships that are formed based on friendships are really fraught. Because there's a lot of pressure on them to be like magical and transcendent perfect because otherwise you've sacrificed a friendship for nothing. And so. I really wanted to convey all of that in a few words as possible and the first thing that i thought it was the second line because what we do each other if the world doesn't end like what is what are the stakes of this relationship. If it's not the apocalypse. And then i was like i liked the double entendre. Of what would be to each other when the needle goes as well. Is there anything else that you'd like us to know about immune before we hear you perform it. I just hope that anyone who has access to the vaccine is getting vaccinated. I'll just put that out. There here is immune. Jensen mcrae on world cafe traffic from the side. Got me groovy harder than a day. My brother graduated. Wait for hours in line. Dodger stadium not scared of dogs. It getting vaccinate the way the seat back turn this place into some one smoking.
"jensen" Discussed on World Cafe
"So that was a bit of white boy from jets mccray. Jensen's my guess today. So that's on white boy and the song we're about to hear you perform your song wolves. It seems like they both kind of explorer. What's going through your mind as you perceive the actions of men around you your relationship to this world that expect something from you or want something from you. What role does songwriting for you and sorting out your own feelings in your own way of looking at the world. I find that songwriting kind of has a dual function for me where there are about half the time processing things in real time like all experienced something immediately. Just sort of start like stream-of-consciousness spilling all of my feelings about what's happening to me. It's very literal. It's very close to the chest. It's very raw. And then in the case of both wipe wayne wolves. It was sort of an opposite thing where i was looking back at like a lifetime of experiences. In retrospect and i was able to process them a bit more metaphorically and at a greater distance. Yeah yeah because i was going to ask about wolves because it does seem to recount various experiences. That might sound familiar to. I would guess almost any woman and i was wondering how autobiographical it was. It's extremely autobiographical in the studio. I was talking to rocky. And he had recently watched the r kelly documentary with some of his friends and they had been remarking on how eye opening it was to realize how much women go through every single day. Just to feel safe in the world and so i started thinking about all the times in my life where i realize the world is not a safe a place as i thought and the first incident that i could think of was the first time i was catcalled when i was fifteen which is the first versus about And then the second versus about being at a party college where a guy tried to get me drunk. And i realized that he was not the nice guy that he appeared to be. The quarterback appeared to be and then the third verse about me knowing that a man who presented himself as a feminist in my community was actually a predator and being unable to speak out about it. Because i wasn't actually one of his victims and all of those experiences were just like so frustrating. Because it's so you feel so helpless when someone is trying to take advantage of you or you witnessed someone try and take advantage of someone else and it's like they're so little you can really do in the moment. You often just freeze even though you fancy yourself. Some sort of a hero and so that the song kind of explorers that feeling of like just the mental shift. That happens and you know going forward. You're never going to see those situations the same way again. One lyric in wolves that really struck me was and though i got away never walked the same which seemed to me to have a double meaning like the morning of a loss of freedom. But it also. I don't wanna make any substance here but it also seems to carry a sort of dark possibly sexual innuendo. What can you tell us about that line. I wanted it to be open to interpretation because at the end of the day like the experiences that i talked about. Were a lot of mrs a lot of times when i like. Very narrowly escaped some sort of trauma and really realized that. In retrospect but i knew that a lot of the people that we're going to hear the song would not have been as fortunate as i was and i wanted to speak to that and have the song kind of wide open thing of our culture is dealing not only with like intense violence and Intense tragedy but also all of this psychic pain that comes with being aware of that. Even if it's not actually happening to you and i was. I've been really grateful for the response. Both from survivors but also from people who have our survivor adjacent and like have had similar experiences. In that vein. Well let's hear your performance of it right now. This is wolves performed for world cafe by jensen Was fifteen still in the valley up king. First time a meadow in burson. And i thought it was to hall tried to dodge him us fast then not is had the. He smiled in house in the same. Any good.
"jensen" Discussed on World Cafe
"For world cafe. That was jensen mcrae with starting to get you. Jensen's new. ep is called. who hurt you. And she is my guest today. Jensen welcome to the world cafe. Hi thank you for having me. I'm so happy to have you. I wish we could be in person. We are recording this in june. Twenty twenty one. Things are gradually opening up. You're not on tour yet but we are able to talk via video chat. Where exactly my speaking to you right now. I am in west. Hollywood california in my room where everything's wouldn't have any last year the the live performances were hearing today. Were recorded in your bedroom. Which maybe isn't how you imagined playing these songs for audience for the first time it's certainly not. I guess gotten used to that idea now. When i was writing them no but over the course of the last year of expecting for that to be the debut for most of my music. I mean you have tons of experience performing in front of live audiences. You've been playing music since you were really young. Let's start at the beginning. Do you remember the first song that you wrote like what it was about. The very first song i wrote was not a complete thought it was called making messes and it just messes here and things. I don't wanna hear and that was the whole song and i was like this. This is my ticket to the top. That's a pretty good start commission now. Fifteen years later. I read in an interview that you write one hundred twenty to one hundred and fifty songs a year. Now which seems like a lot. I how did you come up with that number. Like how do you keep track. I am i'm very into astrology. I'm virgo and as a virgo. I have a running list of every single song like organized by month. And i just got into a habit of writing like three to songs a week approximately so i mean i have my my lean months. Where only write a handful. But then i have other months where i write like twenty. It's just like kind of a habit that i've accumulated over the years of getting the music out of me like as fast as possible. I've never heard of anyone who keeps track of their songs. That way by have you. Have you noticed any trends. That is an interesting question. I haven't noticed that tend to write a little bit less like in the late spring and early summer but yeah i mean the the subject matter. It's very dependent on like both like what's going on in my life. But also what i'm reading and i whenever i get into slumps. I like to go on the wikipedia unusual articles database and just find like unusual facts from history or strange geographical locations weird historical figures and. I'll use that as a jumping off point to right sometimes. Also i'll just random were generators to generate song. Titles so sometimes there's like these random spikes in a weird direction that i'm nothing to do with. That's that's who'll though. I feel like you've made going into a wikipedia whole actually productive. I can't recommend it enough for songwriters. Got any unusual things lately that have captured your imagination. Not anything super recently but like one of my favorite experiences with that database was looking at weird cities. And there was a song that i wrote when i was in college. Called coma. california which is about a town in the bay where the dead outnumber the living thousand to one because there are so many cemeteries in the town. So i wrote a song about that and that ended up being a song that i posted a clip of on tiktok. That was like one of my. I like successful tiktok. Good songwriting videos. I didn't expect people to care about the song at all. But they thought that the concept is really cool and there were some people who were from near where the town is like. Oh my god you know about coal mine. My only by accident okay. I'm going to see if we could find that tiktok video and we can tell you. It was called coma california. It's far back on my on my feet from about early december. Twenty twenty but yeah all right. This is coma california. I'm jetson mcrae. Have.
2 Suspects Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart
"Arrests have been made in connection with the 1996 disappearance of Cal Poly student Kristin Smart Cave be Kay's Jensen. Reiter has the latest nearly 25 years later in murder charges are finally being brought against the main suspect in the Kristin Smart case. I'm here this afternoon to announce the rest of Paul Floors. The murder of Kristen Smart and the rest of his father, Ruben Flora's as an accessory to the murder. San Luis Obispo County Sheriff in Parkinson made the announcement from the Cal Poly campus, not providing any details as to what evidence finally led to those arrests. And this is probably a question I will answer at this point. That we have not recovered Kristen. We will continue to focus on finding her remains regardless of any court
Brooks Jensen: When Does It Become Art
"This. Last weekend i was involved in a panel discussion about the question about whether or not we are photographers or artists. And of course on the surface this is kind of just a question of semantics which doesn't really lead anywhere. it certainly not going to change the way any of us work how we decide whether or not we're a photographer and artist. But i think there is an aspect of this discussion. That's worth considering that. I'd like to propose as a bit of a thought experiment for today's podcast. And the reason i think this is interesting is because it can help our thinking about what it is that we do. So here's the thought experiment. Imagine that you point your camera at something and you click the shutter now. Wouldn't it be lovely if that resulted in a perfect print. That was a perfect expression of our creative vision but of course it almost never does every once in a while we might get lucky but most of the time ninety nine point nine nine nine percent of the time anyway in my life An image requires some post processing. Maybe some cropping dodging and burning color shift that goes on and on and particularly in the digital world. There's so many ways we can manipulate an image in post processing well if what we captured with. The camera is not art because it's just a picture and requires post processing and somewhere along the way we do. A bunch of post processing somewhere that image must pass through some sort of a psychological barrier and it gets converted in our thinking anyway from merely raw materials as a picture to an expression of art
Nvidia to Directly Challenge Intel With Arm-Based Server Chip
"For we start off tonight with a semi smackdown the gloves coming off in the battle of the giants. Invidia fires of direct shot at intel. Let's get straight to. Josh lipton with all the details josh so melissa ceo jensen wong is transformed into a true powerhouse. With that companies graphics chips these are processors that generate images and accelerate. Now video plans to make its own servers. Cpu to those are the primary brains in most computing devices in video. Also saying t. That's first quarter. Revenue is tracking above its previous outlook of five point. three billion. And that's doc posted. Its best day here over a month. Some investors clearly saw in announcement as a direct shot at intel with reported twenty six billion in revenue permits data center group in two thousand and twenty. That was a jump eleven percent. that's doctors had. Its worst day since late february. So how bad is this news. Though for pat gelsinger techy. Patrick moore had capturing that his copy still does both certain advantages invidia with his new service is targeting more of a niche market. Patrick says and intel's still the giants dominates about ninety percent of this market. No response from intel on that invidia news. There was also that big one chip summit today remember. President binds infrastructure plan does include fifty billion dollars to the american chip industry. Melissa back to you josh. Quick question on the niche market point. How big is this market. Or how profitable is this to make the such a big deal that they're going after specifically this narrow part of the market. You're going after what it's called the hp hp mortgage so that is a market that would include things like national lab laboratories like los alamos. That's why patrick moorhead. In his point was saying one. These are different. Intel as dominating about ninety percent of that service you market and patrick's point is that intel's focus is different. It's really targeting. More general business uses and cloud providers. But we'll see how it plays out and listen
Operationalizing AI at Dataiku with Conor Jensen
"All right everyone. I am here with connor. Jensen connor is director of data science at data echo and he recently moderated a panel at khan focused on a in operational association connor. Welcome to the tamoil podcast. Thank you sam. Super excited to be here. Hey so we are going to spend some time. Recapping your conversation at twelve con- but before we do that. I love you. Share a little bit about your background and your role at data echo. Cher will turn into too long. Though it's always the short version seems waiting sanitize. But i had a roundabout wait coming to. Today's science dropped out of college. When i was young ended up after working random jobs for a while. ended up during the military and was weather forecaster so i spent the tournament. Listening as a enlisted weather. Forecaster military kalat eating out and going back to study math. So did math Africa on the military aid while working at starbucks again right so still nothing to do with wesley. Found my way In the insurance industry and thought i was going to be an actuary that lasted for about five seconds. Realize that was not for me. And then there's some lucky happenstance fell into building data science teams so then really. The last decade mostly has been spent Spent about seven years in the entrance. Fakes in a couple of big companies helping to build out designs. Try to new and different things in insurance which is fun easier said than done though so it was a good gentle of figuring that out
Shipping losses mount from cargo vessel stuck in Suez Canal
"That's enough to desolate stocking up unable to pass through Egypt's Suez Canal as a giant cargo ship remains stuck in the vital waterway judges tug boats and even about K. failed to free the gigantic cargo ship at the given which ran aground in the narrow man made canal the ships waiting to pause have now reached a hundred and fifty as losses to global shipping mounted even with the aid of high tides authorities have been unable to push the Panama flagged container vessel aside and then looking for new ideas to free it in a sign of the turmoil the blockages cools the ship's Japanese and I even offered a written apology says expert dollars Jensen says the ramifications of the pockets are huge so the longer this lasts the higher the risk that we're going to see massive congestion problems in the European ports say a week to two weeks from now I'm Karen Thomas
Man Says He Found Shrimp Tails in Cinnamon Toast Crunch
"That cinnamon and sugar that makes those country little squares. Jensen carved claims he found shrimp tails and his cinnamon toast crunch. And when he dug in deeper little black spot stuck to some of the cereal that looked a lot like rat feces. He tweeted out pictures to prove it. General Mills says Carps box must have been tampered with the flaps created a debate on social media, with some voicing concerns about shellfish allergies. AARP says. It's no joke. It's the only cereal he eats. He even owns a pair of Kyrie Irving Cinnamon toast Crunch Nikes. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News Really Loves cinnamon 9 13. Let's take a look at the roadways Right now. It's
Hamish Martin - The Secret Garden Edinburgh
"Hamish maltin co founder of the secret herb garden and the secret garden distillery. Thank you so much for joining me on the podcast today. I spent a time researching you yesterday. Hamish i fell in love with with you and your business. I even downloaded a copy of the secret garden book to listen to on audible when i'm driving up to scotland in some of this year so really looking for having a chat but before we get going where in the world you hamish. Well thank you I'm sitting currently in a study. An highest rebuild on sites which is secret have gone and to just outside edinburgh foot of the pentland hills Seven half acre have nasseri gotten. Wow it looks absolutely incredible another. I can say this. All of these podcasts lakes are used to go and do them all face to face and then covert came along. So i've had to learn to record remotely. But yet god i wanted to come and sit in that god. When i was looking at the pictures of online yesterday looks absolutely beautiful. So you are literally. i think. Probably obsesses world by by herbs and plants to the extent that i understand. You've grow six hundred of them yourself. So i thought maybe start with as you could just go through six hundred and let me know the attributes of now we went we do that. But that's that's quite impressive but it's hard to know where to start in many ways because you you've got a sharper distillery herb nursery revenge garden. You run events weddings so much more. But i i guess the backdrop to all of that is your love of plants. So if it's okay. We'll start there. And i'm just wondering when you decided you wanted a life changing you wanted. Your future to revolve around plants will win. Was that what was the trigger. That led you to sort of start. Studying tackles while i used to have back from another life. I used to have a a wine. Business in scotland colin variety which I started with my father. He cited possibly nineteen ago. But i'd already been the as. I love the wine trade because it was involved with the grapes in the growing. But i'd always had my loss of line. The small tiny piece land when i was twenty to stop growing always be addicted with hill running while swimming being was a while camping all that sort of debugging and all that sort of stuff But i i spent From ninety one to two years so computers at twelve years ago on a built in priority up and obviously supplying tiles and restaurants scotland and also down than With mine that i really sort of lost the soul of it Building business building a business and my real passion was in growing the plants. That is spending so much of my free time day and being outside and i thought you know what i don't change my lifetime Another will and actually went through a big change in my life at that point anyway and it was right on. I'm doing it and it was very big. Cutoff began Ended up selling in radicals. Now in morton's up here. And i retrained botanic gardens rob gardens edinburgh for two years and came home and i traveled quite a bit and worked with a Medicine management you call medicine man in north north america which doctor and south african to really understand thoughts. And it's not until you sit feed someday truly connected to From this and i had no idea where the path was going to take in any respect. All i knew was that i want to spend the rest of my life with hats. Specifically specifically hubs Any was a leap of faith To it but i'm not sure that you've announced your question but that but it i'd love it though. I love the fact that yeah that you do. Do you just sort of made that decision. It seems like a cooling and the more we hear about how much you can do with plants. I'm going to ask a medicine man in north america. That sounds fascinating. Wh what was involved. There is his his remarkable jensen nat Booth by trying to his. He's written some books action about the moments in my study. Here i is all about medicine will welcoming nature Basically it is hard school of of learning It's not sort of any books in words. It's more physical actions that side and understanding the communication that you can have with the outside world And it was. It's an ancient ancient System we've lost the connection in our modern world that actually is still very vibrant in in the community in the in the wildest Connection with nature and really was just to learn more about that so he very much taught me a lot more about the connection of nature and hides commune with nature and the rich dodson. South africa was phenomenal. Man he was all about how to what the policy was. Just specifically hub in a medicine with lawns And that's what i'd studied. And i grow hers but i don't grow herbs. I grow because of a lot of people think especially in the hospital. They hobbs a nice culinary aromatic plants and yet actually good for nature definition of a hub for me is its medicinal full. Stop so when you look at plants says medicinal you look at our own indigenous plants. That means chick we ground other than the line oak. Alda it means opens the door to every indigent in a wild plants even more so my hope my whole path has been to aim for more information and what with the medicinal on medicinal level. Sounds incredible i. I would love that adventure. I've just at this. I think i did an interview with somebody on on mushrooms and had no idea about the sort of the the my caelian underground the ground and how connected everything is and then that took me down the rabbit hole of trees and i just read a book called over story of you heard of that one. I haven't what what what. What was this a fiction book. It's fundamentally about. I suppose how. How the growth of trees put the sort of the the context of our time on earth and generations in context. But i just find a amazing how connected nature is so. Yeah i think i would. I would love to go on on that sort of adventure journey was. Was there any key things you learn from either of those two guys that really stands so sticks in your memory that may be reaffirmed that decision for you to have that sort of life change anything that really jumped out and you went. Wow that's incredible. I'm so glad. I'm on this adventure. Two things to one. You have two quite deep yourself And secondly is making sure that you on following any rules any rules any any known. Science rules excetera is all about the key. Word is imagination able to unlock the opportunity. I find it quite. I find science by straight yet. We live in a world now where we can't move because signs sector. Don't get me wrong. I believe in living in a balanced life taking sides and taking pods and somewhere in between is is is a balanced This science that we talk about entire nine science knows. Trees communicate together Is this this brand new science. No it's not in our. This has been known by indigenous peoples for millenniums. You know we're just very backward when it comes to We think brilliant on science but actually when it comes to that in the communication that happens. It's not just underneath the solar trees the helping to feed one another one's ill communication with the russians in. This always happens on plants as well you know. There is a communication plots. I'm not wearing assigned was not meant to be told there is an indication of vibration happens on a rock on a on a in the waters in the trees in the flies. It's all around us. It's a thin bail just to be able to then have a look underneath and then have that communication with it so i find that bit about science. I'm reading a beautiful book at the moment job and chat about how science is not catching up with all the sort of in a in a watkins of trees and how they work in the family unit etcetera etcetera. But that's been known for a very very very very long time
‘Don’t come’: Biden tells migrants to stay away from US-Mexico border
"To come to the southern border where there's been an influx of unaccompanied migrant kids arriving lately, White House Press secretary Jensen Hockey. Asked about claims that border agents are telling reporters that they're frustrated. They can't answer questions because they've been told not to talk to the media know there's Border Patrol agents quoted and a lot of your stories, and you speak too frequently, and that's something we support it. Obviously there's a long tradition of coordinating with Department of Homeland Security. But if we're if our farm policy is Keeping people quiet. We're not successful, and it is not our policy to prevent people from talking. NBC news correspondent Julia Ainsley asked by our own Dimitri sodas. If it looks like the administration is hiding something think it gives that impression. And, you know, hopefully after our reporting, and after this becomes a discussion topic, maybe we will see more access of at this point. I don't have evidence that there is something Being hidden. But certainly we don't know what we don't know. We want to be able to see where Children are sleeping. Are they able to get outdoor recreation time? Are they able to have a shower every couple days? I mean, just basic things. We know when they had overcrowding like this in 2019 Children complained that they couldn't even have enough space to lie down or get clean drinking water and without access. We don't know if that's the case now. And I have spoken to some experts and I know you given your job have spoken to many more who say that if you're in your home country and your life is being threatened, you're not really concerned with what President Biden is saying about Do come here or don't you just take off and you try to leave your country and get to a safe place? How does that factor into it? In other words, Whatever messaging the U. S has It doesn't seem to affect this flow of young people coming into the country right now. Well, you know, I think that's another great discussion. What we hear a lot is that their push and pull factors and you were definitely highlighting this push factors. We know that there have been natural disasters, famine, incredible violence by gangs in the Central American countries that have forced people to leave their homes. But under the Trump administration, they were by and large denied the right to come into the United States even to claim asylum. They were waiting in Mexico for months, sometimes years just To get their day in court to make their case for protection of the United States as the Biden administration ended that policy and then started to allow Children into the United States to claim asylum, the message gets out. And so it could be that if you're considering a trip, this might be the time you would do it. That seems to be a pull factor when we think of push and pull. Of course, people make decisions like this for a number of reasons, but another decision that we're seeing that I would like to highlight as well. Lawyers say that they have spoken to families. Where they may have an intact family waiting on the southern side of the border that has decided to send a child unaccompanied because that is their best chance of saving their child's life and getting them into the United States. Otherwise, if they came as a family, they would all be pushed back into Mexico or deported back into the very conditions that they fled from in the first place. Did find some interesting messages today from Secretary My orchestra's You testified before Congress and a similar message from what we've heard from the White House that they understand. There is a message of hope. The Biden administration wants to send a message of hope to people who are in dire circumstances and want to get the protections afforded to them by international and U. S law to come to the United States. But their message keeps being don't come now wait for us to get the resource is wait for us to get the bed capacity now it's not The time to come, But I think we're going to continue to watch these numbers, especially as they typically rise during the late spring to see whether or not that message of don't come now is actually sinking in. That's NBC's Julie Ainsley on Skype. Anything can happen in March
Ovechkin leads Capitals past Flyers for fourth straight win
"Alex eventually netted his seven hundred sixteenth career goal and Carl Haglund added a goal and an assist in the capital's fourth straight win five for Philadelphia Haglund says his team is playing well right now I think we've done a good job coming out with a lot of energy each game the middle score the first goal and you can see we're doing pretty good job too defensively well that's composed within one of tying Phil Esposito for sixth on the NHL's career goals list twenty fired a wrist shot in the second period to put the caps up for two Nick Jensen Daniel Sprong and nic Dowd also scored for Washington which is one eighty nine no one Patrick James van Riemsdyk Shayne Gostisbehere Claude Giroux scored for the flyers who have lost four of five I'm Dave Ferrie
How Your First Time Home Buying Decision Affects Long-Term Wealth With Scott And Mindy
"Scott trag- mini jensen. Welcome back to the bigger pockets. Podcast each of you former guest house here on the show. Now your Your guest which is pretty exciting. What's up guys. How's it going. Thanks for having us. I'm super excited to be back. I haven't seen you in one hundred years so i know it actually has been a while Kobe put a delay to my regular trips to denver but didn't stop. David greene hair from travel in the world and hanging out in mexico. What's up david. What's going on guys. Yeah i'm in kabul san lucas. It's my first time here. It's pretty awesome. Yeah sometimes you gotta take a vacation from maui. I guess right. I don't like to myself on the back. It's been very hard. I think. I just realized for the first half my life that when people say they're going to kabo and kabul san lucas set the same thing. Is that true. I think i've never realized that was the same thing to different cities. But i just put that two and two together that that was the same thing. I'm going to new york versus. New york. city apparently shortened nickname. Anyway rather than talking about my intelligence or lack thereof. Let's get into the scott mindy you guys last few years so for those who do not know you. I want to start with this one. Scott obviously you know everyone knows scott tranche. Everyone knows me jensen but for those who don't who are you. What's your real estate strategy. Ben and then. I wanna move into talking about the market a little bit. But let's start with that. We'll start with mindy ladies first. Mindy who are you and What what are you doing. My name's mindy jonathan. I do a lot in real estate. I am primarily a flipper. Which means i buy a house that is very unattractive. I move into it. I live in it as my primary residence fixing it up. So i live in a construction zone for two years and then sell it and make massive tax free cash when i sell it. I'm also a real estate agent in colorado. And i am the community manager for big pockets and the co host of the bigger pockets. Money podcast with me as always is my illustrious co host scott trench. Thanks wendy for the eliminating ensure there. I'm scott trench from the ceo of bigger pockets. I'm an investor here in denver colorado. I've got Eight units about one point six one point seven million in assets within that portfolio and the last couple of years have been a little quiet for me on the acquisition front and my personal portfolio. I have been spending more of that time. Investing in syndications and last year. I really set up property. Management rehabbed and Tackled a bit of maintenance that i had been deferring guests on this show. And i've been differing on a couple of my properties and took care that this year. And so i was able to reset them. Do a big refinance take a lot of cash out nine back into acquisition mode looking for that next deal. Awesome guys well speaking of next deal. It's been a crazy last year. Obviously with the real estate market covid doing some crazy things and things that i don't think any of us really necessarily expected i shouldn't i. Was you know worry that we're going to see a crash or something happened and all of a sudden instead it's just like somebody shot him on steroids into the real estate market the last six months. Why do you think real estate has gotten so competitive. And i don't even call hot as the best word i can use for it. Real real. The real markets gotten hot almost everywhere in the country. Why is that. And then i'll ask. Where do you think it's headed but let's start with that one mindy. Why do you think it's gotten so crazy lately. I think there are a bunch of actors of course cove it. I think a lot of people who were considering selling but maybe didn't have to sell has decided that i'm not gonna have random people traipsing through my house bringing their covid into my house and then i catch it and maybe die so i think there's a shortage of sales just based on the market are the pandemic itself. I think there are ridiculously low. Interest rate why. No they're low interest rates that are fueling people. Ooh i can upgrade to a better house and we didn't have anybody building houses from two thousand eight to two thousand and twelve thirteen fourteen. I mean in my area. They're just starting to do these massive builds again and it takes time and there's people that are still moving here but there's nothing to buy so prices just keep going up. I just sold a house on friday for more money than i thought was ever possible here in the story over and over. Scott what do you think. Yeah i would agree. I think the the first biggest lever is going to be interest rates. The payment matters more than the price to most homebuyers and frankly most landlords like all that fifty percent rule your expenses are not magically changing. You know in those two in those types of things based on interest rates so if your interest rate if your your payment goes down you can afford to buy. You can pay more for the same property and get achieve the same or greater cash flow so i think that interest rates are the number one biggest lever and then the second one is going to be the stimulus and just the in injection of cash and liquid into the economy. In general. I think that last year a lot of people weren't spending as much money as they nip term typically what at least those who would be potential competitors of yours when buying homes and rental properties and so people are now in a position to buy with liquidity and low interest rates. I think fundamentally the that's what's driving it. And then i also think diminish point the other factors are all many of them are also fueling this. There's been an exodus from apartments to single family homes red single-family rents have gone up apartment. Rents have fallen over the last year. Single family housing prices have exploded by more. I think it was like single family. Rents went up by three four percent and prices went up eight nine percent over the year. I think that's that's showing a fuel in demand from apartments to single family homes as rentals but an even greater preference to buy. I think fueled by that interest rate shift so other things. Lack of housing starts continued population. Growth and then Inflation in expectation of inflation. In general are all you know fuelling real estate right now. Who knows how long that will continue but hasn't been a bad year for those who held real estate going into twenty twenty.
"jensen" Discussed on Art Unknown Podcast
"In to this. New generation of the crave magazine podcast. We've decided to rebrand and because crave magazine no longer exists in magazine forum either online or in print. It's seemed like to make a lot of sense to transition to a different name and so we are now. The art unknown podcasts. All the same podcasts. Same format The podcast still existing can be found in the same places the art no podcast and as a real special guest. I wanted to welcome back my first ever. Two time guests He is bridging. The gap is the book end. If you will for the crave magazine podcast the magazine podcasts. And the new art known podcast and that is jensen seta jensen. Welcome back. Glad to see you glad to talk to you. It's great to be here. I can hear the applause in my own head in some time gets now. It's going to be known in the future as art known rather than our are known. artists known johnson Yeah we we talked a lot last time about your career in about photography. And we're going so this will be a shorter episode but we're recording this in the early days of twenty twenty. One cova has ravaged the world. And so i really wanted to talk to you. Because last time i recorded was about a year ago and it was right at the very beginning right before. Covid really hit in the united states and took over And shut things down. So i wanted to talk to you about about how your experiences of otographer in as an artist has been through that time before we do though. We're going to be hearing this shortly after the previous podcast. So they remember that we talked about an inspiration and your inspiration was different from anybody had before. Which was the car tax ended that you had which led you to photography. So i'm going to hold you to it this time i'm gonna ask you for an inspiration again but a different rates in something that you're inspired by whether it's artistry are not a family member nod or anything but i'm gonna ask you for a new inspiration for this episode. We'll jeez i think Throw you for a loop this time until you spire by the covid down that game. Okay experiment lots of inspiration. Last time we chatted when i was on top of the world having a fantastic start to the year and i. I know we're going to get into the answers in a minute. But truthfully what inspires me right now. Seeing how quickly things can get shut down so for ten straight months and we're on month eleven now but for ten straight months i had zero work and i tell you what when i get these calls. Now they're starting to trickle back in. I'm thrilled at the opportunity reminded about how much i really do. Love my job. Love the opportunity to meet new people. Love the opportunity to travel so truthfully my new inspiration is just the fact that my gosh. I'm reminded that. I i am so lucky to do what i get to do. That's my new.
"jensen" Discussed on WTH Podcast
"Hundred percent. Yeah yeah isis. It's six by ten feet so there's room to socially distance really sad occasion for jason realizes it is having an ice fishing. Buddy isn't going to happen moving to upstate. New york in like ten fifteen years now need like thinking about was grumpy old man when he walter matthau listrik the checkout all right. Well that is going to do it for this. Episode of the w. t. h. podcast again. Thank you keith. Jensen for joining us. Check him out avenue and all the compliments. Check him out on amazon prime after the fourteenth not for re-hire is the name of his special. It's here's a podcast with his name three times. So it's like it's like ten. Words is the longest podcast title in the world. The candyman podcasts right. He's gonna pop three your pops up on my podcast addict as he's dot dot dot dot. Yeah we know it's unwieldy our graphics just typing knowing yourself is is the the first battle. Thanks again for joining us. Checkout keith on social media out his specials you can stream them. I believe on spotify too if you just want to sample is stuff before you buy his album. Sometimes you can even here like for not rehire this two tracks on spotify that were cut from the special because they're dirty old must love dogs. Just one of my favorite jokes and it's only on spotify you can't you won't see it on the video so bone bonuses all around art. Everybody it's It's a scary world out there and we only ask one thing of you. Please don't be an asshole. Thanks for joining us. We will see you next week. Darling new media here to help you tell your story..
Ovechkin, Capitals beat Flyers 3-1 in fans' return in Philly
"The capital scored a pair of second period goals en route to a three one win over the flyers Washington trailed one nothing when they tied the game on a goal by Alexander well that's good it was his eighth goal of the season the capital struggling for good on a goal by Dimitri all of that came in the final seconds of the period Nick Jensen still the one of the third we picked up his first goal of the season that's right born to to set the tempo in Kenya in a series like this us especially in our division teams are really good so I I mean I think that's very important I think we got a good response out of our team Joel Farabee scored for the flyers in the lost their second in a row Michael Luongo Philadelphia
California Lawmakers OK $6.6 Billion Plan To Incentivize Schools To Reopen, Lawmakers Say Not Enough To Get Schools to Re-Open
"California schools the beginning more funding if they choose to reopen for in person instruction. But Senator Brian Jones says new legislation approved today provides the monetary support for schools but doesn't mandate any actions to get him open. While it's billions of dollars available to local school district, there's nothing in the bill that actually requires the school districts districts to reopen a sum of money. Mark Levine says. Everyone wants schools open, but they need more resource is to do it safely. We've been sent by schools to reopen by providing money that is necessary to make sure that they can follow safety protocols. Even so many lawmakers air worried that's still not enough to get schools open gave because Jensen Raider goes in depth on the debates. It's 6
Aaron Rodgers helps small businesses with $1M gift
"Has given out $1 million to 80 small businesses throughout his hometown city of Chico in partnership with the North Valley Community Foundation. Rogers posted videos on Instagram with some of the owners talking about this. Struggle for small businesses to keep their doors open. The Aaron Rodgers small, business covered 19 fund was set up to help support local shops in Chico and Butte County as the pandemic shutdowns cripple the rule economy. Rogers was heavily involved in the recovery efforts following the deadly 2018 campfire in paradise. Roger said he was motivated because he wanted to help preserve the unique charm that makes Chico Special Jensen Raider News
Remembering the lives lost to coronavirus
"No country in the world has suffered as many coronavirus deaths as the United States. And as we mark the devastating milestone 500,000 people lost to the disease. There's people behind the numbers. I mean, Our mom is behind that number. And it's really sad. Wendy Jensen, remembering her mom, Carol Ray stories of the loss and life echoing around the country, baby See Stevo since Tommy Francesca McCall is a single mother and Birmingham, Alabama, who was raising seven Children of her own this time last year in the fall of the Corona virus, took the lives of her younger sister and her sister's husband, who themselves were the parents of five Children. Guess who's raising all 12 of those kids? Now? Dr Anthony Fauci is saying We've done worse than most any other country, but he wants a new approach. Out rather than looking back and saying, What the heck happened here? Just saying now, let's just go forward and be completely committed as a unified country for what it's worth. Carrie Preston ABC
"jensen" Discussed on Art Unknown Podcast
"My whole job. That night was pleased. Cover all of the recognizable faces in the room. Such an interesting job and it was again. santa. Barbara's a magical place. The folks that live there ranged from rob lowe. Kenny loggins to oprah winfrey. I mean it's a long list of really recognizable successful individuals and my job was to say. Hello please take your portrait. The santa barbara police department can show the community that you support them you know. Most people were really excited to say absolutely. Where would you like to go. Do you like me to do and so having those images immediately the next call. Let's say it came from a hewlett packard and they'd say we're interested in your event photography. What's your experience. And i can say well last night. I photographed dennis miller and peter noone in new name a list of really successful powerful people that are qualified to hire you so i was no different than i was the day before because those names in the portfolio. It did help okay. How did you determine your pricing. This is the question more for people who are starting out in photography. And how did you determine pricing coming out of college and then building. That as you've built your clientele great question and i think i might even have three separate answers to that question. Okay so. I remember vividly the first way i did it. It was in school still and it was an assignment. Hey pretend you're hired for x. y. And the assignment generate a price quote and an estimate. And i remember calling several photographers around town pretending to be someone else right and pretending. I was calling to task them to do that. Job for hire them. Yeah and i don't know if that's necessarily the right way to do it. Because i can see now. That could be a little misleading. And that the kindest thing because i probably got someone's holds up but i got some quite price quotes this person charges. This person included this. So i i had kind of a baseline Because i pretended to be a client..
"jensen" Discussed on Art Unknown Podcast
"Into the episode. I this'll be the last ever crave magazine podcast. That's right but only a name. We're still moving forward. It's just a rebranding. We're going to be changing the name starting with episode forty. It's a new look and feel but it's the same old podcast and you know and love doing interviews with incredible artists from all around the world. So look for that also. This is the first time ever to interview two part episode if you will episodes thirty. Nine and forty are both with photographer. Jensen's seta. I sat down a year ago with jensen and we did an interview about his photography. His work with nonprofits his event photography with celebrities and not have notoriety and then covert occurred right after that interview. Here we are a year later and jensen. I got together again and we talked about the impact of covid work photographer. And what he's done over the past year how he's dealt with covid how he's dealt with it in photography and how he's moving forward. I think it's going to be too great episodes that you guys are really want to check out the episode. Is this one episode thirty nine and then coming up very shortly episode. Forty a brand new episode with jensen continuing the conversation about his work during covid. And here we go. Let's get into it all right. I'm here today on the podcast with a fellow photographer. Friend of mine who has photographed some of the most powerful and well known people in the world including four presidents many actors that we will get into as well as musicians and other figures that you probably know. He's a denver. Native moved to when i was ten. So maybe i slide in he. He's been he's been in colorado since he's ten is also lived in california and and other places that we'll get into his story and i'm here with genton suda jetson do guest. Thanks to you. Start out every episode with an inspiration. Something that inspires the artist. I talked to and that that can be sincere. Photographer could be a someone who photograph or could be a piece of art or a movie quote or book or anything like that or an inspirational person. just something.
"jensen" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"No. I think i think share that. A a fortune with you is You know physical stuff. I am a little bit goofy at deal. Traditional athletic move. Which kind of leads me to my next question. really punched a nazi thrown more punches than most people would expect me and even thrown some fairly recently but i have not yet had my opportunity to punch the nazi that the last one that i ran into this jerk was walking around scifi convention with the swastika showing on his chest he wore a tank top like do you could have worn a t shirt and taking pictures of captain america. And i'm like captain. America punch him. That's what you do is nazi. You're supposed to punch nazis. But i had my daughter with me. I knew the people throwing the convention and the woman throwing it jewish and i walked over and i was like. Hey what do you guys think of the nazi walking around. I guess she had this security two black security guards go in and ask him to leave But it wasn't. It wasn't the right moment to play that the would have been very traumatizing for my daughter kitchen. Never see you being violently But nazis make it very tempting. I posted there was a black guy. A video of a black guy and nazi. I think it was in seattle. So i posted that on my facebook page and people were actually Defending the nazi in some way. Like do you forget. I forget these people are nazis me. What so. that's the genesis of the book. You know richard. Spencer got punched on inauguration day and it went crazy and people remixed it to new order and else and then so many by liberal and progressive friends. Were arguing in favor of the nazis. Right to free speech. And i'm like yeah if it was the government trying to silence and maybe but we should punch him in the face like us. We should punch him. And i argued about for so long that eventually i had a whole book's worth facebook arguments and luckily publisher thought that was a good idea because i never would have. I never would annoy. This'll make a buck black. They came to me and they were like. Hey we hear you have a manuscript called punching nazis as an icon. I didn't realize that. I'm going to have to go back the archives on your facebook page and and see where it all came from. 'cause you go to you know right around january twenty at the thousand sixteen you'll see it and what really triggered it. Was my friend carey. Poppy who does a very popular podcast called ono rawson carey. She came to me and said none of us actually ever experience nazi in real life right. It's not like they're everywhere. Just walking around. I was like. Are you kidding me like you said if you grew up in the punk scene. You've certainly run into your share of white supremacist. Skinheads and everything else And then so carrying. I talked about moore more. And she's the one that tipped off the publisher. They wanted her to write a book about something else and she was like you know. I don't really have that book right now. but you guys should talk to bill jensen about punching nazis. I ever would've dreamed that that pitch would work but it got me a book deal so in that pitch we worry i mean i'm the i'm the prime audience for it because i hate nazis and i have a thing about it like people People don't realize what not nazism 'bout and there are it's not like you just said If people think they've not a lot of walking around we'll guy argument. There's no such thing as real nazis. They all died in world war two. It's like are you kidding. Me and my experience in life has been way too many nazis. I run into them. I see them. In america way more than i'm comfortable with and and so the book kind of talks to me and so i appreciate it and i think more people should should read it. More people adopt the philosophy that it's okay. It's not good to go around punching people but if they have swastika on their chest and displaying it with pride it's okay. Yeah they're taking the side of something that has killed millions and millions and millions of people i. It has a historic precedent. We've seen what happens when we let them occupy public space freely. Had never again. If you say never again that is widely accepted thing. The holocaust never again. Everybody go of course never again. Never get emily gerkin. What does that mean. You mean never again. Do you mean never again. We won't let them parade down the street but we could let them parade street out. Not too late at that point. Yeah face and it's pretty much the same with the clan and always crazy Groups that that are out there We say never again. But we've fight for their right to say whatever they want. And i guess that's what america is founded on free speech but At some point you know it just becomes. We're becoming a way too tolerant of of that. Were not tolerant where we should be and and we're all overly tolerant where we shouldn't be wanna point. Making the book is that. I'm never saying that. I think that the police should go. Silence them right. I wouldn't trust the police without power since a lot of the police are them I'm saying that that we should enter like well. Should you get arrested. Maybe like it's okay to get arrested once in a while. Most of my heroes did right in our. We're gonna put. Harriet tubman on a twenty dollar. Bill i think she broke a few laws. Yeah absolutely and so many gandhi. Didn't martin luther king. I mean you could go on and on goes people. Yeah yeah martin. Luther king has six. Cia fbi file I really wanna go here. Because it's it's family but you mentioned your daughter being being with the at this convention now I didn't find out about this until a couple of days ago. When i was preparing for this program that your daughter has a twitter account and sometimes you go back and forth with And joke she becomes a part of your jokes job. You become part of jokes Is that a delegate or high thing to manage and keep it like safe and family and you know tell people. Don't mess with my daughter but what happened some plum here. I never give anyone direct access to her. Okay i post things. And i don't share the comments with her unless i see that they're okay. It's not like she gets on and logs in on her own. Okay it where. It's a hard balances. My daughter thinks that she's out of trouble is she makes me laugh and using it. It's really hard to keep discipline out if she cracked me up. Really good a crack me up. 'cause she's incredibly funny. I maxed the tiger. Is the twitter page. And i stopped updating it because her hilariousness got.
"jensen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Yes my Jensen the chance for any passing sprinkles or showers will come to an end with decreasing clouds for the rest of tonight temperatures dropping into the lower fifties not quite as warm to wrap up the weekend or Sunday is going to be pleasant however with partly cloudy skies could see a few isolated showers near mid day highs in the lower seventies inland upper sixties at the lake front Sunday night mainly clear dropping into the lower forties much cooler here on Monday increasing clouds leading to a chance for a few showers in the afternoon highs only in the lower fifties inland upper forties at the lake front mostly cloudy on Tuesday chance for scattered showers with highs in the mid to upper fifties inland lower fifties at the lake similar temperatures here on Wednesday will be partly sunny with a chance for a few showers then as well partly cloudy on Thursday highs in the upper fifties to near sixty inland lower fifties by the lake however a chance for a few showers is back in the forecast for the evening hours and a few showers linger into our Friday with partly sunny skies look for inland highs in the mid fifties upper forties at the lake from the WGN weather center I'm meteorologist Mike Jensen Illinois added twenty four hundred and fifty new covert nineteen cases and a hundred and five more people died from the virus between Friday and Saturday the numbers are going up in part because of an increase in testing governor JB Pritzker says other numbers tied to the pandemic.
"jensen" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Jensen is here that we go back a long way to all those are great US open masters in the Jensen brothers were the most by almost entertaining doubles match players on the planet but then the license all of this I've been sober and clean is over eight years and Murphy's newly announced clean and sober but in the meantime and the reason is sitting here is that he came up with this app or system where those western recovery everybody recovery there's forty million potential alcoholics keep track of how they're doing right yeah it's a relapse prevention the mission of we cannot treat cover is to prevent relapse prevent accidental overdose and at the end of the day save lives there were fifteen sure you know the market place here is not only treatment centers individual people in recovery insurance companies and the drug courts which numbers over three thousand drug courts and rising in America the idea that have been out the net build technology to alert loved ones and support network in case of a relapse to have twenty four seven communication between your support network in yourself your treatment center in the person leaving treatment but more importantly the opportunity to have recovery modern it is a recovery after Kerr in the palm of your hand can get in the winter having a rough day I'm not doing that they indicated steps of my recovery my support network called we'll hear about it this is the coolest work I've ever done winning the French Open doesn't compare to our opportunity to serve others and help people I agree how is this going to direct you know because I know where they are in your life let's let's talk about how this apple work so what will be one of the things you put into the app well geo fencing that's a great question geo fencing well it's it's it will be able to tell your support network in in the old days let's say court court systems if someone gets a D. Y. and the records says you can go to jail or you can serve sixty days twelve step meeting most people pick jail really yeah that's interesting the tester can help well I see a lot of guys at the twelve step recovery meetings and they'll show up and there's really no accountability there than geo fencing in the in the half and our technology you have to type in a location are automatically automatically checks you into that location and if it is able to tell your support network or if the drug courts that you were actually there for the time there's always going to be people trying to break the system as if they're coming from the drug courts but then there is the person that wants recovery and the support number can feel good that they were actually out of the meetings they said they were at the therapy session you can custom design your your recovery program within this app you know some people don't want to do twelve step way to recovery could be therapy it could be hello guys the year is tracking your mind body and spirit activities all in one place in your file only time will tell you how this works just quickly is that when you talk about your contacts the people most people recover have a sponsor who looks after you my sponsors it looks after me all right but also yeah transaction fees a friend invited I want to drinking and I'm Michael Murphy and say look I'm having a bad day I might do this or somebody will call you or somebody else we have a network of people that is all and you have places that you go you're always at that one place at least once a week you know it was called meetings seven a week and when I miss one when this one which is rare no I know I'm good there but I got twenty text are you looking at here is getting to me a lot but that's how that works and now this app will combine all those things semantically included in one yeah all the recovery tools in one spot and the second thing is not in our app either no it is not a policing five you know you can choose who you want in your support network meaning god uncle Joe is a jerk about it you might not want to have that balance but then the a Celeron mentors Celeron area I'm in Tennessee I don't know what it's all around us all rounders heard the speaker on the ball all right when it comes to the we can actually cover yeah it will determine the changes of someone's behavior but then they stopped going to those meetings or stop connecting with their loved ones we can maybe four see a potential relapse of potential you know on the the the the the ultimate dream is to be able to develop products that would actually be able to alert loved ones in case of a relapse so they'd go dark we can get to you they go dark with legalizing going until we find them informing connected community of entrepreneurs in which Murphy Jensen has all all of a sudden become so the bottom line is you get this app and you put all these featured indica recovery schematic and all these tools in their own people how to keep this over well you can see connected with this approach in ninety one I mean I don't own a bowl accountability is thinking our this symbolism the contabilidad as one thing in mind for you this is certainly an how do you get better and over time you know the the statistics show if you get to a year of recovery you have a much better chance of a long term recovery that first here's the kicker people at ten months eleven months Gilmore was shaking in their boots ninety days any time of the pain because then if you're not recovery you know but we all have chase charm of some sort so it's we can act as an after care app that will help you stay sober and help you recover Murphy Jensen is United could have looked at this show today back in about nineteen ninety something and look into your insurance and who are those two guys right we should have an engine but we make it there hello man way to go thank you thank you brother thank you we are here to inspire inform and connect the community of entrepreneurs Murphy Jensen thank you so much on federal grants in excess are you an entrepreneur are you interested in innovation inspiration growth and.
"jensen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The chase Jensen raider news ninety three point one KFBK Bernie Sanders is taking shots at one of his democratic presidential opponents care because mark Mayfield has details the Vermont senator told The Washington Post that Joe Biden is bringing a lot of baggage into his campaign adding it won't create energy and excitement Sanders also called out the former vice president for having a weak record that president trump would be able to pick apart during an election just announce campaign fundraising numbers show Sanders with an edge over by now but Biden is leading the pack according to the real clear politics average of national polls mark Mayfield news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. a leading Republican political strategist is predicting that Democrats will have a contested convention that there will be no clear cut winner for the presidential nomination among Democrats after the primaries and caucuses are over Karl rove who served in the president George W. bush administration predicts that by March third the field will essentially be down to six candidates were likely to find at least for candidates who raised enough money to be competitive in the first four primaries and caucuses Iowa New Hampshire Nevada and South Carolina and beyond on March third and Elizabeth warns likely be one old Sanders will be one bite will be one but a judge will be one and of course the self funders Tom star who's competing on those first primaries and Mike Bloomberg who's competing on March third will have six people ice suspect with enough money to be competitive through the third of March by which time forty eight percent of the delegates will been selected so we're at fourteen this morning he says it's going to get down to six Grove goes on to say he thinks blue jays wins Iowa but here's the interesting thing he said the difference between first place and forced fourth place in Iowa it's going to be reserve them it's going to be that close well and so they get in and out and I what the Democrats actually through all older primaries and caucuses they assign delegates based on percentage right it's not winner take all so if you come in fourth place it's not necessarily an awful thing no if you're that close to first place it does make the convention more interesting oh my goodness yeah it could be very interesting although road was also sad that he believes Biden is the only Democrat who can defeat president trop that's what it that's according to him he's been wrong now famously in the past but that's what he said yesterday at least so as we get closer I mean eight who knows how it's going to what's going to happen at the convention if they if all these candidates are so close the things I was going to be just so close so tight and then I'm going to New Hampshire and then you get you know cyber Tuesday and later on by mark by March third this is really going to clear out in terms of where we are now we're not gonna fourteen now at six right it's a money only the people the money that's right yep let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories now news ninety three point one K. K. from ABC news hi Michelle Franzen Americans in a rock being told to leave now the state department issuing the urgent warning following the.
"jensen" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The dreck primary primary care center Jensen I also wanted to ask your opinion on the copay coupons I learned about these in the health and Human Services committee in which I serve where you have a five hundred dollar month prescription its name brand in a hundred dollar month generic prescription and the co pays are forty dollars and twenty dollars to the consumer but then the manufacturer sends that consumer a twenty five dollar off coupon a twenty five dollar off copay coupon so that the co pay for the name brand drugs now fifteen dollars so they buy that drug which adds you know four hundred extra dollars to their insurance pool thereby increasing their insurance rates I mean doesn't that seem like it's an illegal practice it it almost feels like a Sheldon honestly one of the worst examples is with the F. B. path we have at the plant now that you centrally learn how to utilize them and if a person needs it you go ahead and check it but there is an MP pen out there for several thousand dollars that actually talks to you much like an eighty E. D. device would if a person had a cardiac arrest and what the company is doing that made that is going out and telling people will get you this one and if your insurance company doesn't cover we'll give you a coupon or discount to the point where it's less than the other one would be and what they're basically doing is trying to buy a segment of the market that they otherwise would not be able to get a hold of and then they go to the insurance companies and say we've got this many people utilizing this talking at the pan and you need to pony up an insurance company dropped them compromise and the patient did not gotten used to it they were used to an MP pen Egypt injected but it didn't talk to you now this sort of like this we have this happening all the time and this is absolutely illegal because what we're really doing is we're creating a false set of data and the patient doesn't realize that in them being in manufacturers utilizing it later on the cashier there's a couple other things too that's a really important to mention I think we talked briefly before but the P. B. M.'s in the gag clauses I don't think a lot of people realize how important a pharmacist is in the management of their care if the pharmacist that oftentimes making the pick up on whether or not to medications are incompatible and when you have a pharmacy manufacture getting in bed with a if you will a mail order pharmacy or you have a P. B. M. buying their own mail order pharmacy or don't specialty pharmacy and driving business that way all of a sudden what you have is you have a mail order situation is absent on doesn't give a rip about first they're just shipping out drugs according to their software but back back home where you and I live represent a month and no pharmacists can really enhance their healthcare yeah I think that's a huge loss and I seen it that's every week where someone help great care is compromised because they're using a mail order pharmacy and they don't have a plan going to bat for them and that's a huge issue so I just wanted to add something about that discussion about the co pays you know a lot of people think that insurance companies want to keep prices down they don't actually want to keep prices down the affordable Care Act says that they get to keep fifteen percent of the money that they bring in and so the higher they get the premiums the more that fifteen percent equals and so the higher that the Costco the more they could charge people and then the more money they get out of that fifteen or twenty percent and so obamacare has two levels and so if I could give an example of that while that's an excellent point let's just say that we got a pizza in front of us and we're gonna get represented a month and twenty five percent of the people but he's really hungry and want after pizza well the best with represented month and to get them on a PC he wants if he's only getting twenty five percent if you go back to the kitchen and tell instead of making a sixteen inches we want you to make a forty answer then all of them represent a month still going to get twenty five percent but you get the eight pillows heart is actually that that that is a great example I I'm a free market guy and so it bothers me when we get into regulating companies are banning certain practices but people have to realize that at least half of the healthcare costs that we're talking about our taxpayer dollars are paid you know because we have Medicare and Medicaid but third ministered through private insurance companies and private you know IBM's and yes they'll call themselves non profits we all know how that works it just means they need to pay out all their profits and bonuses our capital expenditures so that the eat up all the profits are tax exempt tax exempt tax exempt right so so senator Jensen your primary care your direct primary care bill can you explain to the listeners what direct primary care is and how it how it differs from normal insurance why I'd be glad to and I again I think this bill sort of probably appeals to file as well as me and I don't mean to speak for but what this bill really does is it says we want to honor the relationship between a patient and the physician and one of the best ways to do that is to try to thank god that relationship and not let insurance companies get away so my bill basically said that if a patient a clinic or a patient opposition want to privately come to an agreement that for seventy five dollars a month or nine hundred dollars a year that clinic will basically take care of that patient and whatever services they might need that they agree to so in other words if you have a sinus infection twice a year to sprained ankle and you need a comprehensive physical that you're not gonna get any bills you're just paying in nine hundred dollars a year if you are coughing up yellow green new because all day long you got a fever of a hundred one and it's Friday afternoon instead of going to the emergency room and incurring a two thousand dollar bill you could call your primary care your dress primary care clinic they choose the situation yeah I really can't get in would you feel comfortable based on my record I chart our relationship could recall a medication in and if I don't get better you know I'll be at your door on Monday morning and when you have a relationship that's what you do and I think those are the real values it would really be nice if HFA dollars could be used to pay for that and that was what congressman former congressman Erik Paulsen was working on was to try to make it so that within a month and you could purchase a nine hundred dollar dress relationship directly with your clinical whoever you're working with and then you could take that those dollars out of your HSA and that would really make it a manageable thing then all of a sudden you've got a big part of your health care concerns taking care and if you could go out and get a catastrophic policy or some sort of indemnification policy where you get a chunk of money to cover if you do use a hospitalization then you're you're pretty close to having what you want and you're not spending twenty five grand a year you're spending a fraction of that yeah that that sounds like a great solution you know for people to manage those those low level cost you know I went in to a dermatologist last month because I had a mall in my neck that I just wanted him to you know remove and I went in there was a fifteen minute visit to the little male clinic and Mankato and I got a thirteen hundred dollar bill for the visit and I haven't seen the lab work yet you know and I have I have insurance but I have this enormous deductible in so I have no idea what things cost it would be nice to have simple simple things covered physicals and you know little exams like that but people now have insurance but they're afraid to go to the doctor because they don't know what things cost in in that means that the middle class all of a sudden doesn't have the right care that people should have so I have a little story but I'm also I animal taking off to maybe about ten twelve years ago I just don't think it would have gone up that much higher anyway I I told the doctor I said I'm going to pay cash I said how much is it going to cost because I have no idea I said well I need you to go and figure out how much is going to cost so he went on and he came back and he said well since you're paying cash will will do it for a hundred twenty five dollars wow and I thought to myself Tom about Blue Cross blue shield doesn't pay a hundred twenty five dollars and I and so then he's all he's all done he's all wrapped up and I said to him so how bout if I pay ninety five dollars hello yeah you do that that's great well if the things that you know everybody has stories on healthcare costs in the surprise billing we'll talk about the surprise billing legislation that we see on that at TV ads later on but senator Jensen I I want to thank you for calling in in in you've got some great knowledge and I'm I'm sad to see that you're not going to stay in the legislature your freshman this is their finishing your fourth year this year and you decided not to run again for for Senate well thank you represent a month and then I think what happened in my personal life is that it's time to take a break whether that be long term or short term remains to be seen but we are going to step away my wife and I are stepping away for now but I sure have enjoyed and I've enjoyed working with you before I sign off if I could just make one comment in reinforcing something that you mentioned over and over again I just want to make sure that I get the Sir reaffirm that you set up a big part of the problem we have in healthcare today has to do with the affordable Care Act and the ten essential health benefit this is the the Supreme invasion of our privacy by just one government says you have to have an insurance plan that provides a Cadillac put everybody regardless of whether you wanted.
"jensen" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"That was kind of it kind of their hard no grab your balls buddy study hard song to sing man and and and we were singing it. I love watching your success and I love watching your success because to me. You're you've always been a great guy. You've always been some guy who shows up to set whether whether it's shown up to set and you're prepared and your fun and you're you're you're you're one of the guys you're just a dude. You're just either. You have a big heart. You know what's right so no. Tom was over always like you know I remember hearing Super Nancy's going to have to do supernatural and we're like what's that yeah you just don't you just don't know and then when we started to see wow good for him and jared 'cause I knew jared to the little bit and see and good guys do well and that's always nice now. Oh well thank you for the compliment. That's a very nice. Ah I mean you guys were were certainly some folks that I looked to for guidance in that regard and just also somebody somebody that looked for inspiration on like. I don't know that I've ever worked on a set that was more entertain by a single person than by by you walking on sale. I'll never forget the time we walked on set and we did the entire blocking musically. Do you remember that idea. Remember that you and I were like in the trailer. We were playing guitar and and and you were they were like guys you know. It's ready credit for blocking and we were it was like your home set. I don't I forget what the name of that set was. and you're like mansion that yes it was a luther mansion and and you're like like at we're right in the middle of the songs wait. I'm not finished you know what screw good listeners brings us on set and we'll figure it out you kept those like three or four chord progression going and then we ended up doing all the dialogue musically and people people couldn't work for like an hour because they they were they were trying to calm themselves down from the laughter teague at your last name. Was Jason Teague Yeah Jason. I think you should work for me Jason. I am the mastermind criminal of all time Mr Luther irradiates. Oh man it is in you know there's a couple of other folks in there that just they couldn't sing or they didn't want to saying they they weren't they weren't GonNa Jump On the Rosie bandwagon they weren't and you've just plowed right through and could have cared less than I wish. I still had that sort of that. I mean dude. You're legend your legend. I mean and I still work in Vancouver and I still they're still guys that worked the first several seasons of Smallville that that are on supernatural and have been for many many years they still talk about you know Rosie roll onto sadder or some joke you did or when you decided to moon the crew seventy two times in a day or whatever was this was your were. Your parents always like so supportive where they always like you WanNa Act Act WanNa play sports sports. We love whatever you want to do what they want you to do. Something something yeah they were supportive on kind of all fronts and I think it's very obvious when you look at my sister my brother the three of us are wildly different. you know my brother went on was more students and more less less of social presence and he he was a drummer on the drumline he went into you know a college wha played in the marching band and he was just kind of surrounded himself with a lot more different people wasn't an athlete and and then I came up through the ranks and and you know kind of cut a wide swath as far auras being socially promiscuous and and doing things to where my sister had a nice easy stroll in the park but she kept it she she's a you know she kept it between the lines really well to my brother my sister were I think gave my mother and father a lot less than a headache I I I was the middle child. What did you do that was so were you always get in trouble to get arrested ever once and and then there was a lot of tomfoolery that wasn't that I'm sure if they'd known about which some of it they did some of it they never did you do to go to jail? Oh man this is this is not a I didn't go to jail but I was we went out snuck out of the house when I was in buddies and we decided to shoot up some heroin l. not heroin we had we we were getting into paintball at this time. Oh Yeah and we decided to grab our guns gopher a spree career around the neighborhood and that ended up in a bit of a high speed car chase on the highway with ten cops and they didn't arrest you will they arrested me until they figure out they figured figured out that it was not a real firearm that it was a paper gun then they held me there while my they helped me there on the side of the highway and cuffs into my dad. Pick me up the that he'd beat your ass. It was your parents. Did you ever give you smack in the ASS. was He kind of like a Texas Dad. Why did she go get my belt? Go pick out of ELP. Go pick out about yeah. See My smart ass would have got like a little girlie belt and bought it for their no see. That's what you think like that the the little one more because it's like it's like a whip. Oh Yeah no you want. I one of the big thick you know. The Big Wide Belt not even get my mom. Tom Seven is wide belt because you know the hit with a magazine as opposed to a a whip. Did you ever try standing dad. No it was a big dude. How big's Your Dad My size is my size. I I you know he was you know six eight hundred pounds but he he also never put me in a position where I needed to stand up for myself like that he was right. He was right yeah he would. He would never act out in a way where I was like. This is injustice and I'm GONNA stand up to him and he's a great guy. He's a good guys drink beers together. No He's not a doesn't doesn't drink. He's a he's a pretty pretty conservative fella but there's a lot of laugh laughter. My family is a pretty funny guy with all the work you do man. Though do you feel like you need a couple of years after work. Just elect let go and then kind of go to sleep do you do you know. Are you not a drinker. Much of a drinker beers more like a couple of bottles of whisky probably do the trick come on. That's bullshit. You could bottle whisky could you probably you probably could drop them but you are you the kind of guy I would try it. Yeah you know I'm certainly like a come home and and you know poor couple of fingers and read my script for the next day and then go to sleep faster. You learn lines kind of well. I mean at this point. It's a re- what I need to learn for tomorrow the the day before or the night before and the next morning I'll get up and I'll read through the in the in the hair makeup trailer and then if it's if it's extensive extensive dialogue. I'll run it a few times. Maybe by myself or with whoever I'm more if it's with jared around with Jeff is with me and I'll get get together. We'll run a few times but for the most part that's that's it if it is if it's a fairly simple seen a page senior whatever like that I won't even have the lines memorized. I understand the blocking and understand what needs to be said in the line is just kind of come really was there. was there a part our time on on the show the first few seasons where like you really learn the lines inside out and really spend more time on them and not the day before but try to learn the script advance and work yourself to the BOM or like this is not working for me. No now jared will be easy to complete. He's that he does that. He reads the script a dozen times and he goes over and over it and I guess works out what he wants to do. I will read read it once and then just trust my instincts but so you don't have to have it word word by word like little ole over it's okay as long as it makes sense accidents articulate yeah yeah I mean the writers aren't necessarily like like comedic writers where it's like. Oh No no no that says do not that doesn't say don't we'll change. These things will massage dialogue to maybe make it a little bit more conversational. Maybe make it a little bit more character driven. maybe make it make it make sense to I mean there's been multiple multiple times in the script work literally says in the in the states direction and then just whatever Jensen wants to say here isn't really say that Ah Yeah I love that that's great literally just throw it to me and be like that and then what else if he's got anything else than just have them throw that in there anything you've made up over the years has become kind of a trademark Jensen eccles like that you just know that fans now that you do something that you kind of added and then that became a thing from the pilot episode there was a line that Kripke written where the car get stolen essentially and a ghost like possesses the car are but we get it back and then and then I say the lines son of a bitch and I don't think it was written to be more than just you know a begrudging like bitch you know an exasperated kind of a thing and and I I like yelled out loud like I wanted someone to hear me. You know I was unexpected. They didn't expect you to do that and that and now that's like that's like any time that's the catchphrase in in like so many different facets. You know it's it whether it's yelling whether it's ever signed that you ever Si- son of a bitch people I just put. Sob You put sob. Can you spell that appleans. I don't I don't know if you put some so you say like the show was sort of in a bubble for many years of not getting like you know. We don't know if we're GONNA get picked up. They're kind of like this and I know that studios kind of F- with actors you know they kind of like you know we're going to say it's not doing that. Great keep them on their toes so they don't want to renegotiate one was that you were like. We're renegotiating like season four five win. The writer creator reader was like a mile. I had five years planned out. That's that's the five GonNa give you a moving on and when they.
"jensen" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"Oh my God. And his own quest to find the murderer of the town for family. Please welcome to the show Billy Jensen. But suck thanks for having me guys. Yeah. I was very excited to see that you were available to be on our show. I think we both answered so we share an Email account. And I think we both answer the same not realize other also totally met for Fook. Yes. Crazy. Yeah. I just finished. I'll be going to the dark like a couple months ago, really and to incredible work. Well that was that. But you know, you like you piecing together. Like, she she she dealt a lot of footwork. Oh, she did ninety nine percent of it. Just just myself and Paul Haines just like you said putting it together. Putting the put all the pieces where they're putting them in place. And and then making sure everything was right. You know, that's the thing. Just extorting the process the entire way because and constantly telling yourself, this is the last is the only shot she gets, you know, it's like I don't get. Yeah. Exactly. So actually, we could piece together another book from her for for her blog post. But no with with that. It was just you know, just getting it, right? It's a good has to be right now and Evan so good. And then the confluence with the news breaking and that amazing photo of you and baton. On the news that was in reaction to what he stole the dog, the hammer dog repellent. Yeah. That was one the actually talk about this in the book. The last chapter is called the monster at the end of this book, which is a nod to the Grover story if anybody's read that, but it's that entire from when I phoned from Chicago, and then we find out and all of that. And then there's this whole I started writing the last chapter while it was happening when I was finding out the news. So it literally is present tense, but wasn't present tense is like, oh, you know, what hap- before this is actually as a tap. And because I was like I I thought it was dreaming. Yeah. So I was like I gotta write this down. And that moment when I saw that article about what he stole that. Holy shit. Yeah. So yeah, I mean, it was surreal just as an observer like on the outside being like holy shit. Like because me, and my are reading the book at the same time because you know, I grew up in. San Francisco Bay area and a lot of it with see I'm from Texas. I didn't know about the Golden State killer. I didn't know any mom. Mom calling and my mom isn't like super involved reader all the time. But she was calling me every fucking oh shit shit. When I told you you're going to be on the podcast. She's like. He seemed like a real normal dune. Like, I was saying we're big fans he worked like, so I guess what? The fuck is wrong with you. Why Are you are doing you why are you doing? doing true crime? Because how can you not? Yeah. I know that's that's an especially on solve murders. How can you not? You know, I I decided very early on in my career as a writer that I wasn't going to do solve stuff which which took me on another path..
"jensen" Discussed on CarCast
"So all the guys are going to be there leno's bringing a Jensen. What did I tell you was bringing an ex famine? Family eight CB eight vs something. Yeah. I said V and there's an eight vault. Yeah. I don't think it's a V eight, but it's something eight like something eighty six connects eighty six or something Jensen I said to him. It's. I said what are you gonna bring Jae Jansen? And then I said, oh, what do you bring an interceptor? And then he did the condescending now. He knew he didn't know what he was talking about. Nobody in the world. This one Jensen interceptor, and they also made like a Jensen two seater. Kind of call spider sport, coupe Janssen, looked like a triumph TR something. I did he pick this. I wonder I think it's new you've never to his collection. No, it's brand now. Yeah. It's new to his collect not like would you didn't see it. They're getting restored. Wired it it's well, max paddock. The Jensen interceptors probably from like. Sixty nine sixty eight seventy two or seventy one or something like that or something. This is the Jensen before that. And it's called like an eighty six or an x eighty or or something something like that. I was telling Matt I've never liked CV dash eight or something something, I don't know this E V eight. Ooh, dash VA. Yeah. They they've gotta dasher. Yeah. So it, but because it's kind of a long nose front engine deal. But but goofy looking headlights goofy looking is in the front. I don't even know what I don't Jensen's not around anymore. Are they know Jensen did Jensen have like a Chrysler power plant or something like what's Jensen interceptor have a Rover v eight or something? I honestly don't know not a huge Jensen. Nobody knows anything Jensen dissolved in two thousand eleven realize that I said sixty eighty one I would've been like sure I wouldn't on. There's a I think it was a long decline though, because they ceased trading seventy six thing they came starve resuming back in ninety eight CBS find so anyway leno's bringing this Jensen that I've never seen before unless I see it and go oh that one except for. I don't think I'm going to say that and he was insulted that I suggested he was. Bringing in interceptor, which he doesn't he doesn't have a Jensen interceptor because I've never seen Jensen intercept there and max pad has got the name of God damn thing. So we should see a picture of it any second wanna know monitor. I don't think is it's off and I wanna see. I've never seen it Jensen at his shop. Now if Jay were here, and I said, I've never seen a Jensen at your shop. You've got. And what really three years? And I'd go. Working on it for three. The parents of the peanuts cartoons. I tell you man, I called him the other day. See nice big shiny picture that thing. Now. Let me tell you. Let me describe this car. It's got all right ready. Yeah. It's got it's got the arches over it like a goal wing like over the Fender eyebrows. The Prowse over that that find a picture final read one and blow it up, but you max Panin stop wasting my time love Christ. It's it's got a front end in intake, just like a quiz you bad. Yeah. A? For our e. Very answer. Did you say for aria Hooper Marica? Okay. I was thinking a little older school asked and Martin ish. But smaller, but it the best around it. It's got the twin headlights like the Ferrari two plus two or the bad the one you don't want. Also, a little like a sitter on. I think I think I sit around. Yes. Those kind of headlights, and it's got an overall sort of asked and Martigny shaped like from the fifties sixties or whatever, right. It's very user off a little bit. It's a very unique piece. I've never seen one of these cars in person you're gonna see one on Jensen. What was the power plant on the Jensen interceptor? And this thing..