17 Burst results for "Julia White"
"julia white" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Or read with this. Do we have open for this? We do not have an open for this. It goes like this, Grandma. Pretty. My red line. Which do you want now? Okay. I think we should cut that and print it. Okay? That's that's an Adam Barta original. I want to tell you about a new Netflix series called Sexy Beasts. Oh, right. You're in right? What if I tell you that this is essentially a cross between the masked singer and love is blind? Oh, so dating show with masks. But like the masks are not like, um, you know, in the eighties, when you go to the drugstore to get your costume for Halloween, and you'd get that plasticky mask with the Thing around the back. No, It's not like that. This is like makeup artist level stuff like the Dolphin person looks like a dolphin. The mouse person dolphin like a furry, They look like Furries. You guys, They're furries. This is not Can I just be honest? I watch this trailer yesterday and I was like I was repulsed. I I don't know what it is about somebody's acid trip, but I But don't you feel so here's Here's my Secret Service. I know my secret. Thought when I saw this was like, I wonder if this is a weird attempt. To like. Bring the furry Z into the Netflix family meaning like you can play it off. As like, Oh, look at these funny people. We'll see if they can really get to know each other without actually seeing each other's true face. Sure, that's kind of a clever ruse, right? But you didn't need to do animal Faces, right. So then I wonder like, Are people gonna be like horny for this? Like some people will, I bet? I mean, you're probably right like dolphin Looks like she's on episode of Star Trek. She does not look like a dolphin. No, actually, it's funny that you just said that because I was just thinking like they go to sit down in the bar, and it looks like Straight out of Star Wars. You know where they go into the cantina, and everybody looks completely scared. There's a scarecrow in this what I mean, it is so bizarre aliens or not, aliens bugs. I don't know, just creepy faces, and so basically like they go on all these dates with their mask faces. And they have to, like, figure out how to you know if they want to kiss or whatever, Smush their mask faces together. It's so weird, but I just kept having this feeling like I wonder if it's like sub Like if there's just a meaning in a level in an audience that we're not. You know what I mean? Like, Yes, there's somebody else is getting a whole different show out of this that we would cause I don't think this shows for us, but am I gonna watch it? Are you 150? Okay, well, watch it and tell us if it's worth it. You know what? You know what's interesting about this for me? Bradley, But I'd like to hear you remember this. The precursor to this was a show that did not get enough air time. It did not get enough play. Do you remember this show? I'm sure we watched it together. Not together, but like both watched it. Dating in the dark. Do you remember that? No. No, I remember that other dark black out the one where they did gross things. Jameel, Uh, with Julia White Leo y. Yeah. He was the host of that show. But there was maybe now that I think about it, I wonder, actually, Maybe it wasn't you that, uh, this could have been predated You, um There was a show called dating in the dark. It was on in 2000 and nine. Yep. We totally watched this. I mean, I wouldn't be surprised if I Blocked it out. Okay, So the gist of this show was there were people who would go into like, essentially like a completely Pitch dark room where they could not see a thing. And they would have conversations or maybe they would eat together and they would like, get to know each other. They would talk, but they wouldn't see each other until the very end. Do you remember this and the whole show was basically in night vision. Yeah, like we could see it right? But they couldn't. Um and I just feel like again like sometimes there's just a show that super ahead of its time, But this whole concept of falling in love without really seeing each other is something we have apparently been fascinated by for a while. But Netflix is cashing in on it because they also are the ones that did, um Just said the name of it now I camera but it's called Love is blind. That's the one where they sat on either side of, um You know, two way mirror, and they like talk to each other for a while, and then they had to get married. Okay then and then go on vacations there always intense. There's always understand the need to go from zero to married, like, Can't you just be like, Well, we actually might want to hang out with each other. No, it's like, have Children. But you know what's interesting is there are still people from love is blind. That are I mean, there are people who got married on love is blind that are still married. I follow them all. And instruments were okay. Well, I'm glad they're happy. But it's that same that same It's that needs to be scratched, like from the Bachelor franchise. 90 Day fiance Remember? Then there's the opposite. Remember the nudie patootie ones? There was that, like nude like dating in the nude show. What was that called? Where they had to, like meat on a beach naked and like, size each other up. Wow. I do sort of vaguely recalled. And like one time they had to be in a bubble together, like on the beach and, like, Roll around dating naked. Yeah, I was actually just called dating naked. Remember, they were in the hot tub. This is the problem. So I just wrote dating makes Came up anyway by a brief, um, saving time by a brief I do the because what happens is this like we're fascinated at the idea of people falling in love for who they are and not for how they look. But you can't just Do it, Uh, a normal vanilla way You have to up the ante every single time. There has to be some weird twist. I just love the idea of tort. I mean, that's what they're doing is torturing people for our benefit. Like literally, That's all This is like here, go through this uncomfortable circumstance, so I will be amused on my couch. Mean and I'm probably going to watch it. Let's be on. It's hilarious. Um, dating naked was three season. That was we watched that show. I mean, I do more than one. I am sure we did. I just remember having opinions about the people and they would literally be like, you know, doing the like. I'm looking up here. I'm not looking down there, but they were totally looking down there, right? And then, like I think, guys would you know? Things would happen. Well, of course. I think about this like it's similar to You know, we all loved the show Survivor, But then they had to up the ante on that. And that's when they came up with naked and afraid, Right. Nudity cells. Oh, yeah, I mean, Also have you met people, right? True, like hang? I don't know. Do a cooking show, but they're naked. Try it naked. Okay, do it in the dark. That will make sense. Okay? Somebody will start something on fire. It'll be great. Anyway. Meanwhile, the Norwegians are like we're going to go on a long period trip together for eight hours Watch. Well, I've got good news for you. This is going to be a Netflix. So if you have Netflix your I think it's already on, right. No, The bad news is it doesn't premiere until July. 25. Okay. They must have just that. Be heavy with the previews. Oh, big time. They're definitely heavy with..
"julia white" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Twit It's open to everyone worldwide. And it's been a lot of fun. It's been really great. Mary jo foley is in there by the way. She's in the discord responding to people. Thank you. We didn't do our discord. Qna today. but. I think we're running long enough after we debated the fate of windows. Eleven points. no no no no. It's time for mary. Jo take a few seconds. Oh days of the week. It's been a while since you've had a good all out. War between microsoft and other cloud vendors aired out publicly like showing their dirty laundry in public. But we're having one right now. It's involving sap who is one of microsoft's biggest and titus partners and everybody else so i think it was two weeks ago. I saw an article somewhere that said Microsoft an sap kind of does personally dissolving their packed and they. They're connected in many different ways with marketing packs and sales paxson. Sap says microsoft preferred cloud for a lot of different reasons and a lot of different workloads but This article said that that sap quietly starting to sell google cloud to customers and not azure. So i was like. I wonder and then microsoft of course deny and saying the person from sap you said this didn't know what they were talking about And then another article came out. Saying sap is now going with customer choice and not telling them they should use azure as as their preferred cloud Instead they should just like customers you know. Pick what they want and they'll just build on top of any cloud any of the big public clouds. So again i was like i don't know. Is this really happening or is this. Just wishful thinking. Well today microsoft kind of confirmed it makes up. Put out a blog post entitled. Why customers including sap choose asher for their sap solutions. And it's a whole as this is awesome microsoft defending. Hey sap loves us. They love so much their own. It department uses asher Here's a list of all our giant customers. That use azure There's a pie chart. Sap customers bradley favor. Microsoft azure with asher being forty seven percent of the pie and google cloud twenty one and eight s only eighteen But yeah it's it's funny to see this all kind of coming to a head now because a lot of people are asking me like what is going on with microsoft sap. I don't know how many of you are old enough to remember this. But microsoft actually tried to buy sap back around two thousand four or so and so ever since then they've swapped executives and Done a lot of joint partnerships joint sales joint this joint that and so it feels like ever since julia white over there. Like there's been a little unraveling and i'm not blaming julia white kind of an interesting. Why my hating on julia white not. I'm not actually of i. Like i love julia. Wait i was sad when she went to sap But yeah it's it's a little interesting to see this because you know all of the cloud vendors. They loved to claim you know so and so says were their preferred cloud which is kind of meaningless thing. Anyway it just means yeah as we're not their exclusive cloud. We're just one of the clouds that they might happen. Recommend a little more than the other clouds But yeah i. I love these battles. They're always fun. And and it's fun to watch the back and forth and tit for tat and we'll see we'll see who fires the next salvo. Maybe google put something like why. Sap loves the google cloud most companies that are multi homed right. Everybody's multi cloud narrates. It was funny. Wouldn't want anybody claims. Like oh everybody's all in on blah only use us exactly yes What is sap's business They are big aarp e. crm price up giant enterprise salesforce their salesforce competitor but even oracle. Yeah then salesforce and finally not finally second to finally ultimately the codename week. Yes okay so. I did a couple of weeks ago. Cherry hill as the coding piccola. Week which i said. At the time i thought it was something around like the user experience for sun valley And now today we have another one to add to this weird. Mix of mishmash of codenames right. So zach boden overt window. Central said in response to the walking cat on twitter. Who was asking about some codenames. He said well. There's also this codename called fire. Steel and wire steel is supposed to be the microsoft tool for building. Cherry hill experienced ges for sun valley very convoluted very and then. Brad sam's our friend in the bunny suit chimed in and said yeah in fact there's gonna be a cherry hill store and a cherry hill this and a cherry hill. That and i'm like oh so. Cherry hill is definitely like the u x piece of sun valley. And then i. I don't know who said this next. They said yeah and everything is red. I guess because of cherry hill. But i'm like what does that mean. Red design or what. I don't know there are all these crazy codenames floating around and you know because it's panels. There's probably multiple codenames for different things to try to catch the leakers Beyond the newest one. I hadn't heard till today was fire. Steel which is the tool used internally. I don't think i would leak that name if i were you. Sounds like you're getting a little close to the source this is what's wrong is that we're maximum. I don't know. I know it's in my head but i don't remember who sang chat room. Please a little help here little health. Who saying we are the fire. Is it bonnie tyler. Is it No is it I think it's called fire and steel. I think it's chris rea-. I don't know i know this bad. It's obscure such as you said we're all the song but i can't Beer time the pick of the week so so before the show started today some people in the discord saying the most disappointing thing about windows. Weekly is the beer picks. Because because because i love the sound of all the beer picks and i can't get that is disappointing. It's frustrating disappointed. It is disappointing. Frustrate work so as i said discord. I'm trying to pick beers. That are a certain style. So even if you can't get the exact beer. I'm telling you you can at least look for the style of beer and today is a good example of that. Today's beer pick is transmitter. Which is a new york city. Brewery t one triple a belgian triple a lot of different breweries in the us and other countries make belgian triples magnet and steel officer. Again walter.
"julia white" Discussed on I Learned Something in College!?
"Sure. There isn't a cry for help. I will not have any conspiracy theories on this podcast julia. Please and thank you. Jordan specifically told me not to spread misinformation on his bod- so thomas mentally discovered this leaded gasoline solution to the knocking problem. Nineteen twenty one. He was working for general motors and he ended up coming down with lead poisoning during the planning of the project however he really wanted to make a lot of money and so to demonstrate the safety of the compound to investors. He poured some gasoline on his hand. And then he inhaled fumes from it from sixty seconds to demonstrate safety and then well recovering from lead poisoning from. This had a phone conversation with his colleague about how much money they were going to make. Fun greed kills. Yes it does. I will be getting to that. Additionally the toxic effects of lead were well known at the time and they'd been known since the roman times but midgely believed that the amount of lead particles expelled by engine. Exhaust would not pose a threat to public health and so hundreds of thousands of tons of lead were expelled into the atmosphere from the gasoline that he made also of note during the manufacturing process seven. People died in thirty three. Were hospitalized at one refinery in new jersey. Ten more were killed at dupont facility. And at least two died with forty hospitalized in dayton while they were making it yes in nineteen twenty. Four in ninety. Oh my god yup honestly. I'm not surprised. People were always just killing each other for science in one thousand nine hundred eighty four sounds exactly right see but it wasn't even science 'cause they knew what it would do care so that was the original creation before they add like the recipe or whatever or just a normal process of making it the normal process of making mike. Yup like if they have to be there at all yet petroleum's volatile and so it does give off vapors in so if you're working with it and there's bled in its than the lead will give out vapors as shown by midgely poisoning himself. Try demonstrate safety right so if you work fulltime in a factory that does that. You're likely get poisoned. this happened. Nineteen twenty four lead with fully banned in one thousand nine hundred five right. So majorly successfully poisoned three entire generate cool. Who and the entire time that this fiasco was occurring. There were several other viable solutions to solve. Engine knocking higher octane fuels and adding ethanol to gasoline. Can you guess why neither of these were used. They were too expensive. Yes less prophets called it. What a surprise another fun fact is one of the companies involved inception and marketing of lead gasoline. That went into business with gm was exxon mobil under a different name. Currently exxonmobil's one of the largest companies in the world They have financed by spread climate. Change denial and recent documents leaked that exxon mobil a multinational oil company is planning to increase their carbon emissions by seventeen percent by twenty twenty five. Did you know that in like nineteen o nine. Jd rockefellers company standard oil. Which was one of the early ones. It was so big that teddy roosevelt was like your company is too big and they broke it up into four companies. That's how big it was. It's crate sorry. I'm stealing your thunder continue. Note like i just had a final fun. fact that Be themselves. yeah yeah. I mean we should also mention that they are the people responsible for the oil spill. Yeah which one exam valdez. One of the worst ones in history they also have frequently violated human rights and they should be broken up by antitrust laws in the owners operators jailed so unsurprisingly profits for oil companies sword when oil was invented not unlike how profits are soaring narrow during the global pandemic..
"julia white" Discussed on I Learned Something in College!?
"It's longer to get sick of modernist. Gutenberg made a big difference. You guys. that's my topic julia much sharing. Oh yeah of course. All right so as sort of a tie in from last week and unexpected tightened julius topic from this week. I'm going to be talking about the most unfortunate inventor boy of all time one environmental historian said that this man quote had more impact on the atmosphere than any other single organism in our history so born in one thousand nine hundred eighty. Nine thomas midgely. Junior was the inventor of many things he had over one hundred patents. His most notable inventions were leaded gasoline and chlorofluorocarbons. The chemical they talked about last week that led to the hole in the ozone layer. Cfc's those are the ones that they used to use them fridges. Yes those are the ones that took one of the most widely adopted international treaties ever to a brief summary. If you want to hear more about this in depth you can check out. Last week's episode refrigerators. Cfc's caused hole in the ozone layer in are extremely potent greenhouse gases an international treaty called the montreal protocol was adopted by basically every country in existence to phase these out because it was a big old problem so he invited those but we talking about. Today is his invention of leaded gasoline. So do you guys know anything about lead poisoning. No but i know a lot about gasoline about lead poisoning. I don't know what the symptoms are or anything. But i know that it's super dangerous especially for children know that there is lead paint in my walls home. My god really currently. It's a really old building and it's a great deal. Oh my god. I just don't just don't like the to. They have to tell you that it's a alarm or something. Yeah they sent me a letter to not like the walls. And i was like god was a blow darn there my weekend plan. I know lead poisoning in. Children can cause developmental delay learning difficulties. Your ability loss of appetite weight.
"julia white" Discussed on I Learned Something in College!?
"You can take that would be definitely considered within the realm of postcolonial studies covers cultural studies. Art history is like fundamentally interdisciplinary. So yes that would be part of art history but that's also part of like cultural studies. It covers like marches area to like the imperialist postcolonial analysis of how we have constructed knowledge in western society. Like i think that's pretty interdisciplinary. E-eh that's pretty much every art field got it like that is just the way of art. I mean i think it's a really good point. That's a very hot topic right now. I love it do it personally. I think you guys have brought up some good points knowing the social and material history of i guess the world just like all material objects all images so. It's not necessarily just intentional are oh the statue that had like feminist intentions in such a lot of it is looking at objects that were created for like monday newses and saying what does this say about the culture that produced it and like what kind of techniques were involved in this so that also ties in with your meam. Scholarship in protest art study stuff. Yeah exactly yeah so like the black lives matter. Signs on the street like the handmade ones like there could be an art historical analysis of that. Okay like how. They've evolved over time in their commonalities between them. Yeah sort of like in the eighties and nineties. All sorts of academic realms in the west sort of became aware of this like white supremacist. Patriarchal already aware of it. But like it became in canon of academia this structure which is often very classiest and like it only considers like these like very elite artist is true artists. And the artha comes from emma's the only like before that period people didn't really consider like the low arts arts. they considered them crafts. But after that period we exist in like post that sort of revolution so now art history refers to all material culture. Wait wait including books and things like that. Yeah like we learn about bookmaking one of my classes. It was pretty cool like there's a very methodological and technical skill to like putting together a handmade book. It's really interesting. We also had a not like an entire class on that but part of our core curriculum was literally like how books are made in the history of them in different things like that. Yeah i particularly love. The books that are made with human skin. Hey there's a lot you can say about that. Visually does art history with regards to books. Only refer to the physical bookmaker other refer to writing as well. Probably both i mean i would say that art historians usually leave that kind of analysis to english folks just because it's like sort of their territory but you could write in art historical analysis of books in like an author of a book. It's just not something that we usually cover just because there so many people who love literature and spend so much time writing on that that's fair but yet artists visually interesting because like there's a whole language to it and understanding and unpacking the images that are around us every day because since the dawn of time images have been used as propaganda. And i don't mean this in like the government. Is you know what i mean. That prouder propaganda but like every image has its own rhetoric..
"julia white" Discussed on I Learned Something in College!?
"We talked about a topic from the sciences. One for the humanities so we have other guest this week. Julia white is an art history. Master student at ohio university specializing in contemporary art. She's also an overly enthusiastic. Ta in an aspiring art critic and curator her interest of study include protests are and its rejection normativity digital pop culture memes scholarship and the function of social media as a broader landscape. Welcome to the podcast. Thanks for having me hi. Delia high very excited to hear about your stuff this week. I didn't actually know specifically what you studied. So that's all very cool. A lot of people don't know that i'm actually really smart. It's pretty fun fact. Julius fun fact actually. Like i know that you study art history and i have a vacant section of what part history is but if you asked me to define it i would have a bad definition. No we do that on purpose. We like people to know who we are icy so you can be pretentious about it and drink wine while you smirk at them. Well yeah we do like to be drunk and anfield better than you. We can't the only are like anything related. I've heard from julia ever is when she first came into my apartment also the first time i met her and she told me that all of my paintings too high which was a fair criticism. I was working on a gallery for the first time and my boss every single day was like. It's not the right height julia. So i walked into your apartment. Now was like hollywood. Have an aneurysm in year. I remember when i started decorating my apartment after having blank walls for almost a year i consulted you. And you're like yeah. Just make them. I level. I'm like you can just do that. I thought they have to be high to make you feel inadequate or something like you're at a temple. Yes in like all the temple. The art is higher than you were like even on the ceiling. Gotta look up. Yeah helping jordan hang stuff up at that point it one point i think he said something along the lines of is this the right height. Julia told me that it's too high in my apartment so it needs to be lower in yours..
"julia white" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"But there's nothing funny about fifteen ounces of spider man pasta reduced to a rotted three ounce chunk I'm seriously interfere it's like the shape of the canton it's like a rusted piece of metal is really what yes try to get your mind out of that Ryan and just look at it as a piece of rock Russ and there's like a penny inside of that but it's imagine so if they can if they can't takes fifteen ounces it now it is only occupying three ounces because it is all just shrunk in on itself and is now just this hard in ball of what appears to be rust but keep scrolling and now you get a nice side view says I carefully remove the mass which looks like a cross between big thunder mountain in one of those Geno seeing hives from attack of the clones first of all is really a stretch the shape of the pasta which you can see the cat I okay but then okay so there's a picture for now what I would call the enemy but be like it's a meatball pasta the I. response still it is a liberal use of the license logo of spider man but he says that he turned it over he says I think I noticed something but I consult the label the back of the cam to be sure indeed there's poor spider man trapped in this godforsaken toxic monstrosity I'm sorry Peter Peter Parker with old pasta comes great instability thank you for taking this journey with me so at that point he has turned over this chunk of old hardened rusty pasta in his located what it's like it's like a fossel it's like you found a dinosaur fossil in any looks back is this in fact the shape of the dinosaur known as spider man now you're right Donna even brand new but a man of music the treadmill what is it just that it's not I mean that could be anything you know what it is it's a it could keep us Carmel dare you living over in its budget to where we need a Santa Claus fudgy overages happy remembered fudging the whale well because fudgy the wail of Carmel ice cream when they came out the second page love that his was the one that it was fun to the well and then when we later spotted Carville's Santa Claus we realized that is the fudgy the whale mold and I just turned it upside down well you know yeah okay first of all why did this man have this twenty five year old can of chef boy RD I'm sorry right now it looks like he's this is how he makes his money he shows off all this nostalgic crap from the eighties and nineties looks into you that Alexis Thompson total and on a hill have bought stuff from this guy that's the kind of stuff they would probably yeah he just collects this crap he's posted a photo of these I remember these Nickelodeon green slime ice pops okay I remember these popsicles they were it just your typical possible except they are full of green sugary goo and what a treat it was when you bit into that age is leaked out those green yeah so he's also got a picture on his Twitter page it's a can of jolt Cola yeah over this at the label has just a lightning bolt coming through it and we would drink this it had like double the caffeine of a coke so we would drink it ons like Christmas Eve if we wanted to stay out to try to catch Santa Claus we were pounding jolt anytime we felt we needed to pull an all nighter he's hosted a photo of a I don't remember this serial glows in the on the cover only one way Julia white siding now the no kidding does he lose his current no no no I wish he is he's currently acting though and he is a co starring in the big show show on Netflix you member maybe a year ago we mentioned this in passing yes the big show the wrestler who is seven foot something in about four hundred plus pounds was going to star in a family sitcom that just came out like a week and a half ago and sure enough he's go to body.
"julia white" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"KIRPAN clapping good morning. Everybody gets Anna Lopez. Oh Gee the original g g the building Anna Lopez and was up. Where have you been girls when she missing appeal when I be we feel you and your daughter out there. Violent profile came down Good Morning Samantha Kilo Charlton Sean Oliver. They love Aussie their name. If they come in the room they WANNA act I can and I want to everybody motivated Shonda Ondo No not at all Laura Laura. We have a new cloth do like I look at. It says the time call letters numbers. I'll put the clothes any one of those. Please do so tainting thing to the last what you're doing on Friday though and listened to Clark was a cow so make sure you get up to ten x ranked eighth for whom Bloomberg. He sees you ever that perceiver cargo than I do just like yeah the are Callard. I mean like you you mean. I guess he looked like Jalil whites. That was his real character is real bad. What is he doing now. He got type past that character. Never we heard from him again those that play out of that role. I hope you got some some residual. Play family matters anymore like your Julia white looking real real quick real quick. I'm worried about are black men out here what they make these streets. I just wonder if the brother is still alive..
"julia white" Discussed on AP News
"Than just another hybrid the Toyota corolla hybrid sleek wonder drug and greater than ever twenty twenty fifty two Citi fifty two Hartwig fifty two Campari BG estimates actual mileage will their digital news network thousands of people are trying to save the Atlanta building where the first hit country music songs believed to have been recorded let's fill in John Carson who likely cut little log cabin in the lane in the downtown building in nineteen twenty three the Atlanta journal constitution reports last month the myrtle beach based developer plans to build a twenty one story Margaritaville themed hotel and obtained a permit to tear the building down the lot where it currently stands would be used for dumpsters and grease traps next to the hotel's first floor restaurant so far more than eight thousand people have signed an online petition to preserve the building Atlanta resident and architect Kyle Kessler started the petition he says he may stand between the building and the demolition crew if it stops the building's destruction convicted of knowingly spreading HIV a Florida man's been sentenced to ten years in prison the Pensacola news journal reports the twenty seven year old machine I keep bada furred was previously convicted of having sex with two people without notifying them that he had HIV the virus that leads to aids one woman told Escambia county deputies in twenty seventeen she tested positive for HIV and last sexual partner had been bought a for bottom for later told investigators he had known he was HIV positive since September twenty sixteen he'll play akel man again after last year's big block buster Jason Momoa leaf today's birthday roundup he says he does have some work ahead of him so we can bulk up again for the role I enjoy doing things I love to do like surfing or or rock climbing you know that kind of stuff I don't I don't like going into a gem no more talking with the Daily Mail I command to comes out in twenty twenty two and he's forty today tempus Bledsoe was seen every week on The Cosby Show in the eighties and nineties she recently starred in an episode of the Netflix series family reunion alongside another ninety starring Julia white from family matters is all about being in tune with your partner tempus Bledsoe's forty six director of the last two James Bond movie Sam mendeecees also did American beauty road to perdition and jar heads now working on the World War one epic nineteen seventeen he tells BAFTA he likes to stretch when it comes to making movies every movie's been different from the last one a different from anything else I've done I think it'll it'll take me a long time before I run out of new genres a new things to push it he's fifty four and that's our birthday round up for August first I'm Bob Kessler the Democrats debate I'm to McGuire with an A. P. news been attend more Democrats running for president on stage tonight in Detroit the C. N. N. gathering includes former vice president Joe Biden California senator Kamel Harrison New Jersey's Cory Booker eight people ical writer hunter would all reports a number of others taking part will are fighting to remain on stage for the September debate whether the likes her Christian Jo brand or sorry Michael Bennett or mayor bill de Blasio this is really the last big opportunity if they really you know want to meet those higher thresholds to do that so it's a lot of added pressure Nielsen company says just under eight point seven million people watched opening night of the second democratic presidential debate a sharp drop from the first pair of debates last month on NBC AP count finds nearly half house Democrats now support an impeachment inquire if president trump has still probably not enough to push house speaker Nancy Pelosi Indo king the action since she needs to hunt eighteen votes to pass that kind of legislation I'm typical eight P. digital news back in a moment at farmers insurance we know the sound of a perfect hot air balloon landing and.
"julia white" Discussed on AP News
"AP digital news network their examine the body of John Dillinger he's been buried in an Indianapolis cemetery for more than eighty five years after FBI agents killed the gangster in Chicago in nineteen thirty four the Indiana state department of health approved a permit July third from Dillinger's nephew Michael C. Thompson the permit doesn't say why the request was made health department spokeswoman Jenny o'malley says the agency expects Dillinger's body will be exhumed and reinterred September sixteenth based on the permit crown hill cemetery spokeswoman crystal king says the cemetery has no information about those plans China's biggest city Shanghai has dived head first into a trash sorting program to cut the amount of garbage headed for landfills garbage's sorted into four categories wet dry recyclable and hazardous but it's not as easy as it sounds while chicken bones are officially classified as wet pork bones are considered dry dry mushrooms are in fact wet and wet tissues are actually try to help children remember the rules and pass them on to their families Chinese E. commerce platforms are selling trash classification toys with miniature garbage bins and flash cards and teachers have a sign trash related homework neighborhoods and districts in the city are being graded for their trash sorting ability on a scale from excellent too bad the best trash sorters are rewarded with points that can be redeemed for prizes like detergent and umbrellas he'll play Abu man again after last year's big block buster Jason Momoa leaf today's birthday roundup he says he does have some work ahead of him so we can bulk up again for the role I enjoy doing things I love to do like surfing or or rock climbing you know that kind of stuff I don't I don't like going into a gem no more talking with the Daily Mail on command to comes out in twenty twenty two and he's forty today tempus Bledsoe was seen every week on The Cosby Show in the eighties and nineties she recently starred in an episode of the Netflix series family reunion alongside another ninety starring Julia white from family matters is all about being in tune with your partner tempus Bledsoe's forty six director of the last two James Bond movie Sam mendeecees also did American beauty road to perdition and jar heads now working on the World War one epic nineteen seventeen he tells BAFTA he likes to stretch when it comes to making movies every movie's been different from the last one a different from anything else I've done I think it'll it'll take me a long time before I run out of new genres a new things to push it he's fifty four and that's our birthday round up for August first I'm Bob Kessler the Democrats debate I'm to McGuire with an A. P. news been attend more Democrats running for president on stage tonight at Detroit the C. N. N. gathering includes former vice president Joe Biden California senator Kamel Harrison New Jersey's Cory Booker eight people little writer hunter would all reports a number of others taking part we are fighting to remain on stage for the September debate whether the likes her Christian Jo brand or sorry Michael Bennett or mayor bill the flaws of this is really the last big opportunity if they really you know want to meet those higher thresholds to do that so it's a lot of added pressure Nielsen company says just under eight point seven million people watched opening night of the second democratic presidential debate a sharp drop from the first pair of debates last month on NBC AP count finds nearly half house Democrats now support an impeachment enquiring president trump and still probably not enough to push house speaker Nancy Pelosi Indo king the action since she needs to have eighteen votes to pass that kind of legislation I'm to make what a.
"julia white" Discussed on AP News
"Dominion energy reliability investment to find out more go online to reliability investment dot com that's reliability investment dot com play akel man again after last year's big blockbuster Jason Momoa leaf today's birthday roundup he says he does have some work ahead of him so we can bulk up again for the role I enjoy doing things I love to do like surfing or or rock climbing you know that kind of stuff I don't I don't like going into ejemplo more talking with the Daily Mail I command to comes out in twenty twenty two and he's forty today tempus Bledsoe was seen every week on The Cosby Show in the eighties and nineties she recently starred in an episode of the Netflix series family reunion alongside another ninety starring Julia white from family matters it's all about being in tune with your partner Tempest lets us forty six director of the last two James Bond movie Sam mendeecees also did American beauty road to perdition and jar heads now working on the World War one epic nineteen seventeen he tells BAFTA he likes to stretch when it comes to making movies every movie's been different from the last one a different from anything else I've done I think it'll it'll take me a long time before I run out of new genres a new things to push it he's fifty four and that's our birthday round up for August first I'm Bob Kessler after he crashed halfway into his trip across the English Channel is flying board A. P.'s Charles deal does more reports of French but has made some changes was going to give it another try Frank he's up at his wife crystal says he will on Sunday re try the twenty two point four mile journey from the French town of song got to does the England last week on the first attempt septa crashed into a refueling boat twelve miles into the trip this time his wife says he will use a larger boat for the refuelling stop in hopes of making landing easier the flying man has had to build a new board a customized version of the fly board his company sells the water sports the engine is fueled by kerosene he carries a backpack his feet fastened to the board I'm shows that as much more weapons testing in North Korea A. P.'s at Charles de Ledesma reports south Korea's military says the north is fired two short range ballistic missiles in its second weapons test in less than a week this latest set of tests would be yet another north Korean violation of UN security council resolutions and comes at the country's negotiations with the US over its nuclear weapons program ought to stalemate and as Paul young has expressed anger of the plan to US south Korean military drills about regional perspective South Korea says the north's repeated missile launches I'm not helpful to ease tensions on the Korean peninsula I noticed little to stop what it says this kind of behavior I'm shelter with as much eighteen radio news I'm Jim acquire president trump tells C. span he uses Twitter because he feels the media hasn't been fair in covering him you know of I got fair coverage I wouldn't even have to to it it's my only form of defense if the press covered me fairly I wouldn't need that.
"julia white" Discussed on KOMO
"Your wallet? Experts say with the Trump administration more than doubling the tariffs of billions of dollars of Chinese imports would likely take somewhere about two weeks or so ABC's Andy Field has been reading the room as it were. And Andy joins us now live from DC. What are you hearing from the White House? What's the latest? Will it be more negotiations tomorrow and through the weekend where things stand? Dandy. Interesting. The president tone down the rhetoric after today's meeting saying they had good conversations. Although we did put those terrorists into a sect which and there are there is some fine print. They're basically saying if the stuff already being shipped on its way, it's already left the port from China. You're not gonna get these extra tariffs on there. Which is good news for a lot of companies here in the United States who really don't want to have to raise their prices by twenty five percent to cover the cost of the taxes that they pay which eventually all of us pay. China doesn't babies tariffs? We do. It's really meant to stop people from buying Chinese goods. The problem is is stuff in China. It's made that we don't make any more. So we have to buy their whether we like it or not. And so that's the problem. But again, as you mentioned, it probably would not kick in unless there's new shipments, which will take at least a couple of weeks to get here. And the president basically saying, hey, the talks go well this weekend. I'll just call off the dogs, and I won't put these terrorists on. So it's kind of the carrying the stick approach on the president is easily Goshi continue. And Andy, it seems that traders on Wall Street were somewhat buoyed by that too. Now, we bit of optimism with the market, reversing course, and finishing actually up today. So there is a little bit of optimism the things Mike it worked out. Yeah. But it's amazing. How quickly the president just with a single tweet can can move. The course of fortunate in the US here by billions of dollars in a matter second because of the fears on Wall Street of what he may do. All right. Let's switch gears for a moment another event, and this is just broken recently. There is new information on the Mcgann situation there. What have you heard the Wall Street Journal is reporting that Don Mcgann, the president in and he wasn't actually the president is dirty. He was we counsel to the president, which means he's basically representing the presidency. Not Donald Trump. We know from the mullahs report that a number of people testified that people try to get done. Mhm again to get Robert Muller fired. Now, the after the report came the Wall Street Journal is reporting that Don Mcgann told the White House officials after the report came out the visuals said to him. Hey done we want you to make sure you say that the president didn't obstruct Justice and Don Mcgann said thanks, but no thanks now ABC's reached out as Turney. And this is the comment. We got some today saying that basically that they confirm the time line. And that Don Mcgann attorney said we did not perceive this as a spread or something sinister it was simply a request professionally in cordially made. So that's interesting lawyer speak for saying. Yeah, the president did this. But we said, no, thank you. That's ABC news and Andy Field. Komo news time six nineteen. Thanks, sandy. From ABC. News Tech Trends, keeping the cloud secure takes village. Experts predict employers will do more than eighty percent of their work on cloud compute. Getting services next year. Here's microsoft's. Julia white who works on that company's cloud computing, software or hint at point when more of us are using cloud than not and using it in more interesting ways with data leaks that companies like Facebook security in the cloud remains a concern. So who is responsible for keeping your data safe? All of us are using technology as more core to our lives. I think it's incumbent upon technology companies, including Microsoft to be very principled in our approach around trust that sad. According to white regulation is a key. It really is the role of government to do that. And rather than having technology companies do this on our own accord, and we can all do more on an individual level to in our personal lives. There's things we can do like having a second factor to kick in and technologies enabled us to be more secure. With Tech Trends, I'm Scott, Goldberg, ABC, news, six twenty and your KOMO propel insurance money update with Jim Cesco. It was another volatile session to close out the week on Wall Street with the market indexes ending higher. Though, it was still the worst.
"julia white" Discussed on WTVN
"Say the boxes given to the child and statesboro by three women who bought it from a consignment shop in Charleston, South Carolina told they didn't know they bought brought home more than three pounds of meth when they purchased it. The agents say these shrink wrap box may have been sent to a wrong or abandoned address for pickup by dealer possibly found and sent to an auction. No charges have been filed from ABC news Tech Trends, keeping the cloud secure takes a village experts predict employers will do more than eighty percent of their work on cloud computing services next year, here's Microsoft's. Julia whites who works on that company's cloud. Computing software point, we're more of us are using cloud than not and using it in more interesting ways with data leaks that companies like Facebook security in the cloud remains a concern. So who is responsible for keeping your data safe? All of us are using technology as more core to our lives. I think it's incumbent upon technology companies, including Microsoft to be very principled in our approach around that sad. According to white regulation is a key. It really is the role of government to do that. And rather than having technology companies do this on our own accord, and we can all do more on an individual level to in our personal lives are things we can do like having a second factor too and technologies Nabil's to be more secure. With Tech Trends. I'm Scott Goldberg ABC news. On news. I five sports and a look at this. Sues? I'm ABC six meteorologist Michael well deal with a couple of rounds of rain on the way force over the next few days. We'll time it out for you. Coming up, the news you want to know crisis. We are now in the attorney general to break the law constitutional crisis. And if he will not break the law, he will hold him in contempt. Good news as of April thirtieth near needs to know, we apprehended four hundred sixty thousand on the southern border absolute crisis often tomorrow. To go into effect, China missile career concerning this stakes ochre games. Newsradio six ten WTVN a quick comparison from grasshopper when a client calls. What do you want them to hear your personal voicemail? Hey, Greg cell phone. I'm away right now..
"julia white" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"I understand I feel for dominant Brazil, but many many fighters has been here and got he s understand that he's at a position where they're trying to to undisputed run. They don't even want you to feel Dominic Brazil, they want you to feel for Dillion. Why the quote unquote, boxing public is upset that Dillion white isn't the mandatory while then do this do Mario is claiming you're doing your solidifying your shot at wilder your cementing go through that's not happening. No, one here thinks that Brazil isn't the favorite. The betting lines already have Dylan. Why almost three to one? One so go through presume, I'm not mad at that was doing, but with some you change sleekness gotta understand you have you have to say the same thing for Brazil. This is a chance for Brazil to solidify. You're looking at this from a perspective, and I feel like the heat towards hold the receipt talk is coming from your feeling like people were checking wilder based on the fact dealing white should be higher up in those ranking systems. I that's your assumption. I am I said get more UK fans, the back your little Mario man show. Not at all. I'm just saying that's that's the filling on that your little bit. I have not mentioned his name you have. Okay. So maybe you're just consciously worried. That's another thing. I took a psychology. I'm kind of an expert on it. And so listen, you might consciously be worried about the Julia white fight it wilder. So you don't want this to play out you want the narrative to be more like Brazil deserves this shot. No matter what when look regardless bottom line. This is both their opportunities to step up end show that they deserve this fight. I'm not going to pretend like I'm gonna pick Brazil and this time if you win quick the double standard is this is how I look at it. Dilling white is willing to wait out for his opportunity mandated with the WBO Brazil's already mandated for the WBZ. So if he's trying to force his way, even though a lot of maybe feel like the rankings in the system is all messed up, and whatever it doesn't make sense to us or gre-. But if he's willing to wait out to be mandatory for the WBO, he should wait out to be the mandatory for the WBZ concern effect already mandated someone so he has an opportunity fight champion if he wants to go the other way opposed to go into the way that it's going to be soon to be mandate, France, and you Joshua. I mean, look a champion to champion right and opportunities opportunity that has more boats. This one's one boat. You noticed guy better? I think at that point. We can't force dealing whites. Be the mandatory even though we may feel he should maybe be in a better position. If you want to wait offer to WBO then away for the WBC. Even though we disagree. We have to keep the same standard because that's. Phanord for two totally different sanctioning bodies. Will. It's definitely no standard. Just like you said earlier in the show these guys play by their own will I said that. But you you made the point earlier that these guys play by their own set of rules. But what you said earlier that I was trying to focus on was the you said you have to use your own discretion, you have to use your own logic. And that's the sense that we're getting here look yesterday when we're talking about the stopping nobody nobody said Brazil, would, you know, come into this fight or take this. We all had that underlining assumption in think, maybe might even actually physically said, it that Brazil was gonna wait it out why because he's entitled to because that's the smart business move. But at the end of the day, like I said the way that these things should work. Okay. And I'm not just talking about WBZ. I'm talking about IBM talking about WW all of even ring mazing, they should work in this sense. Where a person if you're not fighting..
"julia white" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Though it is eight in the morning my time on a Sunday. Right. We'll see Paul and the audience he'll be like doing all these crazy things. Still my laptop. Yeah. We'll excite Panos speaking at that isn't he he is. That's why that was the thing that put us over the top as far as straight as long as they stream it if they don't stream it we won't. But if. But if I thought, you know, if the Dallas go talk, this is more than just, you know. This is a this is something right, right? If you need if you need commentary from home, I'll be around. Signed up. Yep. It's sort of a mobile thing. Right. It's a Microsoft is is super focused on this thing being untethered. You know, they love that aspect of it. So I guess that's technically mobile. Eight because it's going to have the AI chip in it. It's really though about a new u I isn't it. I mean, that's really what it is, isn't it? Yeah. Do you? I it's also face and all that. Yeah. I think I think though, Paul Paul is can hinting at this. They'll talk about business heavily with this thing. Right. Like, they'll say, here's the business apps. It's like an IOT device. It's doing processing at the edge. I think you're going to hear all that too. Because Julia white is speaking to who's the corporate VP of Asher. It was kind of a fun demo, but I I would not expect to see something like that video game where the alien insect things come out of the holes in the wall. And you know, like, the Minecraft demo was fun. But I I don't that's not what this device is about. They may throw in something like that just to make it fun in. But. Okay. I want the job. I get the have to play Minecraft, and you know, three d. But I played Minecraft. Well that Chris Hollins it'd be better. But I played Minecraft once in one of those like gear VR thinks almost lost. My lunch was terrible. Just awful don't spin around. It's..
"julia white" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"You know, you get all the benefits of farm with none of the detriments. And I we know attack. We learned this at might have been CS last year. It was the year before that they cancelled the original second Holland's because it wasn't enough of an advance. And so this is technically the third one. But it's the second one they're going to release, and I assume that they will maybe fixes the wrong word, but improve the field of you as well. Which We'll is see why you're. why you're going, isn't it? You wanna make sure it's not a mail slot. I have I'm a closet hall ends fan. I I kind of don't appreciate the grief. I've gotten over this. No. I don't. Closet. Paul into the light it. It will get better. Some of the best Microsoft demos. I've ever done. We're holland's. Right. I mean as as. It as inappropriate as product is as a mass market device, which it isn't. It was never meant to be some of the demos are astonishingly. Good. Right. You know, the thing where you you fixing the electrical outlet, and the guy's helping you via the video thing floating next to it. It's it's genius. I mean, you know, the video game with the creatures are coming out of the wall, which is something no one should never do with Holland's. But it's fun. You know, it's it's it's demo about a year ago of a halloween's competitor called meta was really cool looking and they had things coming out of the walls, and it was fun. It just went belly up. Yeah. Go on forever. I remember when we did the live demo of Hollandse windows. An ambulance flying around the it was a real time view of the planes landing and taking off from sheep. All and. Yeah. And you could kind of you know, it seem in the room. I mean, there wasn't much practically it was a demo. Right. So it's not like grab a plan and do stuff to it. But, but you could I mean, that's the the point of it is this is a different way to visualize data. And it's really interesting in that case, I think to see with that looks like around you in a very immersive way. It's cool. I think it's very interesting. Julia white is part of this discussion because somebody's somebody has to be the person who's like guys, you know, what this is all about though, this is about intelligent cloud. Intelligent edge business devices right at like bring it back to reality. And not just talk. I mean, they're going to definitely talk pie in the sky futures. Because Alex kitman is they are. But it's also. Remind people like his a real device here for real customers. And you know. No, I think what's I think the big difference between now and four years ago is they have all the real world experience to know what worked and what didn't work, and they can say, look here's a product that is going to meet real needs. And I think that's great because Holland's has always had like an almost Microsoft researchy, kind of you know, fire out there kind of vibe, and the fact that they've it's found some kind of a home in a market is great. And I you know, and now they can approve it. That's good. It's exciting. I'd like to see them do well with it. There's it must competitor. Sure. You want to take a little tiny time out. And then we got to talk about windows ten. We haven't done that yet hoof. Hoof? And maybe we'll throw in some XBox. I don't know. Now, maybe they're experts Now, now. there is no. A reference to it. Xboxes is Jill. Our show today brought to you by what's he it's hot hot cloud storage to be exact with Saab as data storage. That's eighty percent cheaper and six times the speed of the industry leader AWS. It's really good. And I have to say I have a little bit of an insight into the beginnings of whistle because it was started by two good friends of mine, David friend, who was the founder of carbonite. But before that, the he been the Arp synthesizer. He's really wonderful serial, entrepreneurs smart guy, his guy tech guy. Jeff flowers four carbonite..
"julia white" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"That said our S which has Redstone shell devices foldable 's so that immediately set off like people going crazy going, okay? This is Andromeda. They're going to do in drama the drama was Microsoft's supposed- phone sized dual screen machine that I reported last year was cancelled or at least put on indefinite hold. So I will tell you. I am pretty sure drama is still not coming to market. I know there are some people who have heard that it is. But I still hear it is not. And the reason it is not is Microsoft doesn't wanna make a phone if Microsoft wanted to make a phone they wouldn't be telling people to go by IOS and Android phones for. Yep. So what I do think this foldable thing. References is Microsoft is going to do some work on windows to make it work on foldable PC's and devices their OEM's of Microsoft who have already announced they have these coming, right? And some of them are dual screens some of them are other kinds of foldable devices. So I think they have to do the work on windows to support these OEM devices the question everybody has is will it also support anything from Microsoft that the surface team is building? I think it could support the Cinco named centaurus that we've talked about before. Which in a we say, it's a successor to the drama. What it really is is a really small too will screen. Laptop. That's what's some tauruses. I so I think Microsoft is still toying with the idea of brain this out. I don't know if they'll bring it out this year. I don't even know if it will eventually make it to market, but I think there's a chance, and if the if it does it'll obviously take advantage of the work that it's doing with dual screen slash foldable windows. So that's what's going on. Like, not like, I see so many people going. It's Andromeda I knew it. And that's what they're going to announce it mobile world congress. I'm like guys. No. People on Twitter today saying oh, here comes Andromeda at mobile congress. Anything like this that they come out of the woodwork? Yeah. I I heard that the well the world congress thing Microsoft is doing his Holland me. Tim. Brain. So today, we get invitations to mobile world, congress and the speakers from Microsoft who were speaking. There are Alex kitman who's the father of hololens? Julia white who's the corporate vice president of Ayrshire and such an Adila. Okay. So what is this thing? It's got to be the hololens, right? Yep. Yep. Has nothing to do with service. Now, he does not. So I'm actually I'm actually going to go to this event is I I. Malik cabs and everything does. Did you follow love Alex many percents day yet? Yep. Yeah. All of his albums. It was let's say if it was if it was four years ago this month we were up in red bend, and they announced Holland's if I'm not mistaken, and I eighty I'm getting my years. Yeah. Because windows ten shipped in July two thousand fifteen so that event would have been roughly six or seven months before that happened. That's where they doused hall ends..