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Jury awards $25M in damages for Unite the Right violence

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 d ago

Jury awards $25M in damages for Unite the Right violence

"In a mixed verdict a jury awards millions in damages for violence that erupted during the twenty seventeen unite the right rally a jury has ordered white nationalist leaders and organizations to pay more than twenty five million dollars in damages over violence that erupted during the deadly twenty seventeen unite the right rally in Charlottesville after a nearly monthlong civil trial the jury in U. S. District Court deadlocked on two key claims but found the white nationalist liable on four other counts the suit was filed by nine people who suffered physical and emotional injuries during the two days of demonstrations attorney Roberta Kaplan said the plaintiffs lawyers plan to refile the suit so a new jury can decide the two claims this jury could not reach a verdict on I'm surely after

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"kaplan" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

04:52 min | 2 months ago

"kaplan" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"His wife survived him and she wanted to combine the two portfolios their portfolios were identical in every respect except for one she bought. They both bought all their investment advisors by recommendations. But the m- the guide. Ned never followed their cell advice and the lady did follow their cell advice and he outperformed her by. I think it was something like eight to one. I want to say. But i don't remember that but he dramatically outperformed her dramatically because he never sold and you know he had one stock that i think it's split a bunch of times and spun off a bunch of different companies and it has just created this huge lollapalooza effect. And you don't get the lollapalooza effect if you trade and sell but the problem was is is to be a coffee can investor. You've got to be a cyborg man. of course. She followed the firm sell advice. She didn't want to do anything different than what people were telling her. That what everybody else was doing and the guy was like you know he was a cyborg. He was not a regular humid. It's just too hard not to ever sell people sell people get you know. They break into their. They break into their 401k's take the hit on taxes and penalty just cut the losses you know usually at the bottom. I mean you know you can you can buy and sell on your 401k. But you know some people they panicked they wanna get out of it right So they exit the whole thing and take a massive loss and and pay taxes and everything else. And i don't want you to do that. I don't want people to do that. I don't want you to sell out in a panic because you don't know sell and dressed a short. Nobody knows when to sell. I don't know you don't know nobody knows. And we're going to address this with today's guests. Keith kaplan he's the one guy who knows when to sell he's got a whole system for it and.

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"kaplan" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

02:13 min | 2 months ago

"kaplan" Discussed on ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

"Decrease the <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> espn nhl. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> podcast linda. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> cohn. Emily kaplan <Music> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> i'm <Speech_Music_Female> linda. I'm emily <Speech_Music_Female> kaplan this is the <Speech_Music_Female> in the cruise podcast. <Speech_Music_Female> We are so glad <Speech_Music_Female> you're listening right at this <Speech_Music_Female> moment because i want to <Speech_Female> tell you <Speech_Female> and bang it over your <Speech_Female> head in a very gentle <Speech_Female> way that <Speech_Female> this is the place we <Speech_Female> should be getting all <Speech_Female> of your hockey <SpeakerChange> information <Speech_Female> on i. <Speech_Female> We're so thrilled about <Speech_Female> this because we had both <Speech_Female> been around the game of <Speech_Female> hockey for a really long <Speech_Female> time. But we've never <Speech_Female> been given this <Speech_Female> type of platform to <Speech_Female> share. Our opinions <Speech_Female> are insights. <Speech_Female> And we're going to <Speech_Female> bring you through our relationships <Speech_Female> some <Speech_Female> of the biggest names or <Speech_Female> the most interesting names <Speech_Female> in the game in ways. <Speech_Female> You've never <SpeakerChange> heard them before. <Speech_Female> Yeah that's a really good <Speech_Female> point. We're going to ask the tough <Speech_Female> questions but we're going to have <Speech_Female> some fun as well. <Speech_Female> I mean there's no question <Speech_Female> that these <Speech_Female> hockey players and <Speech_Female> of course you're listening. <Speech_Female> You know <Speech_Female> this. They tend <Speech_Female> to be a little bit. <Speech_Female> I don't know how shall we <Speech_Female> say this. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> They don't use the <Speech_Female> pronoun. I they say <Speech_Female> we are you <Speech_Female> correct. So we're going to bring <Speech_Female> out that i <Speech_Female> and find out what <Speech_Female> makes them tick. <Speech_Female> What are they abound <Speech_Female> and put <Speech_Female> them in comfortable <Speech_Female> setting knowing <Speech_Female> that they connect <SpeakerChange> to you <Speech_Female> ba fan. <Speech_Female> We're so pump. <Speech_Female> Because we have chemistry <Speech_Female> like you can <Speech_Female> hear you. And i are <Speech_Female> of a great relationship <Speech_Female> in a really strong friendship. <Speech_Female> And i think that's gonna <Speech_Female> come through on this podcast <Speech_Female> in a fun <Speech_Female> easy lesson. Yeah <Speech_Female> and you're going to get <Speech_Female> the knowledge right <Speech_Female> our journalistic <Speech_Female> background <Speech_Female> and our opinions <Speech_Female> and you <SpeakerChange> mentioned this earlier. <Speech_Female> Emily and i think it's <Speech_Female> really important. <Speech_Female> I mean <Speech_Female> this day <Speech_Female> in this world <Speech_Female> of what we're dealing <Speech_Female> with in sports. What pro <Speech_Female> athletes have <Speech_Female> to go through especially <Speech_Female> in the national hockey <Speech_Female> league. There's always <Speech_Female> something to talk <Speech_Female> about on and <Speech_Female> off the is <Speech_Female> and you're going to get <Speech_Female> things and you're going <Speech_Female> to hear things <Speech_Female> that you're not <SpeakerChange> going to <Speech_Female> hear anywhere else <Speech_Female> all season long. We're <Speech_Female> going to be at nhl ranks. <Speech_Female> We're going to be an nhl locker <Speech_Female> rooms we're gonna be talking <Speech_Female> to nhl <SpeakerChange> players <Speech_Female> and we're gonna share all of that with <Speech_Female> you right <Speech_Female> and you're not gonna <SpeakerChange> believe <Speech_Female> some of these hobbies. <Speech_Female> These <Speech_Female> horses <Speech_Female> ride <Speech_Female> horses for embarrassing <Speech_Female> miley cyrus <Speech_Female> songs on their playlists <Speech_Female> nickel back. Don't <Speech_Female> forget that. And you know <Speech_Female> what. Linda lakes nickelback <Speech_Female> i do. <Speech_Female> Don't worry i mean <Speech_Female> they <Speech_Music_Female> all don't have <Speech_Music_Female> perfect <Speech_Music_Female> diets and in <Speech_Music_Female> clean <SpeakerChange> just <Speech_Music_Female> me. We find out <Speech_Music_Female> so. Make sure you check out <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> the increase podcast <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> wherever you get your podcasts <Speech_Music_Female> with linda. <Speech_Music_Female> Cohn <SpeakerChange> and emily <Music> kaplan.

Dallas Fed President: Watching COVID Delta Spread for Economic Impact

Marketplace Minute

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

Dallas Fed President: Watching COVID Delta Spread for Economic Impact

"Aclu today from dallas. Federal reserve president. Robert kaplan has been among those advocating for easing up this fall on some of the pandemic era economic support coming from the central bank. But kaplan now says he's watching the effects of the delta variant for signs. He might need to adjust his

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The First Lady of the Black Press: Ethel Payne

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:44 min | 3 months ago

The First Lady of the Black Press: Ethel Payne

"Hello and welcome back from wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan and this is encyclopedia manica. Today we're talking about a fearless journalist and civil rights activists witnessed and reported moved the most monumental moments in american history known as the first lady of the black press. Meet our pioneer of the day. Ethel l payne born in chicago in nineteen eleven to the children of slaves at those one of six siblings. She was raised by her single mother after her father's early passing in nineteen forty eight. Ethel was working as a senior library assistant at the chicago public library. She decided to move across the world to work for the army special services club in tokyo. When the korean war broke out in nineteen fifty ethel wrote extensively in her journal about the discrimination. She saw against african american troops stationed in japan. Even though the military had been ordered to integrate she noticed that soldiers were still segregated. She also noted the racial slurs commonly used against african american soldiers and the regular abandonment of babies born to japanese mothers and fathers. Ethel eventually showed her journal to a korean war reporter and he sent her observations to the chicago defender a newspaper that served african american communities. Breeders were

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Time’s Up Leader Resigns After Criticism About Cuomo Ties

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Time’s Up Leader Resigns After Criticism About Cuomo Ties

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the leader of the group time's up resigns under fire after ties to Andrew Cuomo are revealed Roberta Kaplan the chair of time's up the organization founded by Hollywood women to fight sexual harassment resigned Monday after revelations that she advised New York governor Andrew Cuomo's administration in its effort to discredit one of Cuomo's accusers a report issued last week by new York's Attorney General concluded Cuomo sexually harassed eleven women the report went on to say Kaplan who has a law practice of her own and Alphonso David the leader of the Human Rights Campaign were consulted last winter about a letter the Cuomo administration drafted attacking former economic development adviser Lindsey Boylan credibility according to the attorney general's report Kaplan told the administration with some adjustments the letter would be fine to send out hi Mike Rossio

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"kaplan" Discussed on Odd Lots

Odd Lots

03:12 min | 4 months ago

"kaplan" Discussed on Odd Lots

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Politico Reports How Democrats Are Losing Ground in 'School Equity Plans'

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 4 months ago

Politico Reports How Democrats Are Losing Ground in 'School Equity Plans'

"There's a story in politico. By Maggie Sevens. If that is your name. People are scared. Democrats lose ground on school equity plans Oh, I got my attention. An immigrant who came to the United States from the Soviet Union. She's a registered Democrat from Cemetery County, California. She's alarmed over her state's new model, ethnic studies curriculum. Which sites critical race. There is a key theoretical framework and pedagogy. I want to remind you, it's critical race theory. Member. That word theory. This is, In fact, it's not history. It's not substance. It's racism Dressed up a scholarship. It is Louis Farrakhan is, um, that's what it is. With an end game of Marxism. I firmly believe that if the vast majority of Californians and Americans knew about this and about the content of this type of curriculum, this would not be happening. We would not be having this conversation, Kaplan said. Registered Democrat who voted for Biden. Kaplan, who has launched an email list, set up meetings with state legislators and recruited people to meet with their school boards to discuss ethnic studies. Uh, a Let's see here. They're up in arms over their school systems. New equity initiatives, which they argue are costly and divisive, encouraging students to group themselves by race and take proactive stances. Proponents of the initiatives say they are long overdue. Uh, toward getting rid of systemic racism in the school system. The national level. Democrats have insisted that the brush fires over critical race theory. Largely the work of right wing activists who willfully misrepresent what it means. And they blame Fox News for fanning parents anger of folks. These people are all liars, or they have no idea what they're talking about.

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"kaplan" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

05:33 min | 5 months ago

"kaplan" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"We don't give up. Gene-o salamo never surrenders. So thank you. Thank you got a lot. I got a lot of emails. Gilbert loves to thank gino so gina gina was really nice guy persistent but a nice guy gave the f. one for the have one one relative joke. I got a lot of them. That the one. I think that people reacted the best to was my uncle. Bill does oversee my uncle johnny john. What's happening just. I'm trying to sell my car. Nobody's buying it. Is that many miles you got on it. They got one hundred and twenty six thousand miles on it. He said johnny. Nobody's going to buy a car with one hundred twenty six thousand miles on you. Know what you gotta do is a car in good shape. Yeah 'cause in pretty good. Shape says lower the odometer. You know how to do that. Just lower that oh dominator you lower the dominate. You sell your car so okay comes back the next week and see well johnny sell. Your car is in. i'm not going to sell. It only got thirty two thousand miles on it you go. It's not quite false teeth in the vagina. I gave you bring back conard. You can do the false t. I did do that. Whole steve okay. That's number one. That's the first year you are. Welcome here anytime. We're we're we're so glad that it finally happened. No is great on the most resourceful guest we've ever had which we appreciate and again we appreciate david at at patches sound gilbert if you have no other offensive material share although you are talking to the man who offended jack ruby. Yeah don't ever say tits in front of jack ruby. all right. what do we think gottfried all gays. I'm gilbert godfrey just been gilbert godfrey jr amazing colossal podcast with my co host. Frank santo padre. We've been talking to miss that cut. Tare gabe kaplan and the guest. I worked with for a change on this day and show gave a pleasure as it was eight years ago or nine years ago whenever we did that gig right. It was a lot of fun guys. I think i wrote you too. Many eliot spitzer joke. So i think i use one fourteen i of my life story. We appreciated appreciated this. A lot in the fans are going to love it and honestly come back anytime right. Well you got a door policy here on this show. Okay bell. Thank you i got. I got a great story about dr mud. Lincoln joke see you next week. All.

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"kaplan" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

08:05 min | 5 months ago

"kaplan" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"And my uncle said that nice now also we were franken. I'm with talking about how i mean you. You know. I remember when you used to do your bit on You know arnold hor shack and stuff. I catch rushing star. Children created that show. And you were wound up being pushed out of the show that you created yes autumn. It was always a conflict between me and comex who was the executive producer. He always saw. The show is different comeback. you know. He wasn't without talent but his if use i don't know how many people remember chico and the man probably yeah ten percent already and the courtship of eddie's father before well those were comex shows i was back in charge doing what he thought was funny and He didn't understand my concept of welcome. Back kotter was four guys who are different ethnic backgrounds of the best of friends. And they're funny. They're underachievers and the teacher tries to help them adjust in life and become something and he just always went for Something different than what. I thought was funny. So we had conflicts and by the fourth year. I always thought that It was really strange because some of the dogs were like in the twenties when we started filming and our thirty right and they still wanted to do the same thing. And i said you know. It's it just doesn't work anymore. It's it's getting to look really strange. And so we reached an agreement that i would do like four five shows the last year and then komax had his way and high gupta writers who agreed with what his concepts were and did his version. Welcome back kotter in the fourth year. Did gloria swanson audition for connor or is that bullshit. I found out on the web. I would say that's bullshit. I just show you how unreliable i am. The is she the audition before one man was changed to a male the principle this there was it was always a male. Okay so there you go and danette bs. How did they explain. Why qatar wasn't around anymore. They explained it in the komax way. Not really an explanation. I was sick. I was i was. I didn't watch many of the shows in the last year but there was no real explanation. Just that i was out of town. Doing something and masha was in teaching. All of a sudden. The teacher's wife is a teacher. They had other guests. Delleri showed up. Della reese was a teacher for a while. so it's sorta didn't make any sense but comeback out what he wanted. He was in charge. Well you had a vision for adapting to the times and you just ran into that old network the network laziness. They didn't want to change horses. They wanted to keep flogging it. Yeah i thought it would be great if kata gets a job at a junior college. Yeah and then the first day who shows up you know they're they're they are. They graduated now there in his class. There or you change some of the guys you know couple are out and then maybe they have a couple of guests appearances once or twice a year but you get a couple of new kids who really look like. They're in high school but they wouldn't go for that at the time I i always thought it was funny. I used to watch these. Show the bowery boys all on tv. And i thought okay these are supposed to be some. Troubled sim troublesome juvenile delinquent boys. And they were all like you know had like a drunken lines in her face right like ball being and pot belly. Yeah they always always stay too long at the fair guild. Did you wanna try your Your qatar s jokes on gabe is gonna do any. I'll think i'm okay. Did i ever tell you about my aunt edna. Godfried walk into a dentist office. Took off all of her clothes and spread her legs wide open. That dish said. I think you have the wrong room. And edna said you put it in my husband's teeth last week now. I have to remove them. Says conner after dark. Did i tell you. My young coach stanley godfrey on gold stanley and a woman started to have sex in the middle of a dark forest. After about fifteen minutes on gold stanley gets up and says damn. I wish i had a flashlight. The woman judge me to you've been eating grasp the past or or isn't he tell you my hand lorraine god for you know you never did kill lorraine walk zada shower wings at her boyfriend and says honey i shaved myself down there what that means and the boyfriend says yeah it means the drain is clogged again off. Right dal you about uncle leo. Godfried ongo leo. Zora lady with big breasts. He adds. excuse me. Can i buy. Jim brass for two thousand dollars. She agrees they go to a secluded corner. G opens up blouse. The man puts his face in our brass but ten minutes. I'll eventually the lady says. Aren't you gonna bite them each not expensive. We could stop you there. How gave those would have been great on qatar. maybe censor them might have to clean it up chamois. No game still owns the qatar franchise skill. So so you could bring it back with all my guy. Welcome back gottfried. We own it me. Alan saxe co created. We we own it for everything but network television so for movies plays. They didn't pay a certain price that they had to pay. So they wanna brothers owns it for network. Tv so gilbert do it and one of our guests on the podcast. Was john sebastian. Yeah sure yeah great. Yes song now. That was that was interesting because they were. They were looking for theme song. And i came over the concept. Let's get these acts that were really big few years ago to write songs on spec and we'll see if we get anything good and johnson bash one of them and dion. Dr belmont sherm up with a great song to a really great song. I was really close between the two songs. The original title was qatar and then they changed it right before they had the first.

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"kaplan" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

07:54 min | 5 months ago

"kaplan" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Years. Were these older strippers who were carryovers. From burlesque some of them no Most of them were like just weren't the kind of strip clubs that they are. Now where you know girls can make a lot of money. I say this was. They would making the same thing you know they were making like seventy five dollars for for two days so it was a whole different thing but i actually did work what this one that tried to kill ourselves. Can you tell me more about that. Yes i we still keep in contact christmas card every year. She was sitting in the front of the car. We're driving back. I think it was from bridgeport. Connecticut and all of a century grabs the wheel. And she's my fucking life not worth living anymore. Okay you know. And and we're swerving all highway pull over to the of the road and then she calms down a little bit. I said okay Sit in the back and she sits in the back and we drive and then she grabs me back again. It's the same thing. I want to kill myself. I wanted this to be over. And then i drove to a bar and the call the police and the game and kept her overnight and then i heard the agents as you came back the next day but while see you had it easy. Yeah what were you starting to say about burlesque. I actually did a week. And burlesque. I was i did a club in kansas city and And then i. I met a stripper. We were living together. I liked it. Kansas city but it wasn't working and then they told me that the straight man at the burlesque theater there was a burlesque vehicle the strand and it had a you had to do four shows a day. They had dirty movies and in between the movies they had a burlesque show was four shows a day and the straight man and the comedian. How to fight. I show ten o'clock in the morning so they said they need a straight man immediately. Have you ever done burlesque. Say oh yes sure number and i went over to the theater and a guy and the magistrates. Go see the comedian. I think his name was slinky or stinky slinky. And i go down to the dressing rooms and is really discussing. Oh man had a bruise on his face. I guess they got into a physical confrontation. And i said i'm the new straight man I did acquaintance box. And i said he never did. The queen's box never did acquaintance box. Everybody knows acquaintance box. I don't know the queen's box. Can you teach it to be a quick study. I god damn it so he teaches me degrees spot. It was a burlesque routine and he would be on stage with a few of the girls and then they would leave and i would walk by and he would say. Hey georgie I haven't seen you for a while. And i'd say just came back from london. What did you do over there. I went to the raises at ascott. Oh yeah well. My got caught dementia last night. No a big deal racist racist every year. You get a good seat. I say yeah i say right in the mcqueen's box. Oh yeah it was a good seat you sav. Where'd you sit on the queen's box. I was the only one that king was there. Duke and duchess were a couple of the royal. God's everybody was in the queens where she must have a really big box. It's still funny to me that you know you'll feel bad. When you hear these stories about famous comics. And what became them like avidan costello and stuff but when you see the ones that didn't make it like guys like that. Oh thousands and thousands guys that have been in vaudeville. Burlesque never got a shot and then we got a sniffer. Getting on television or anything like that. It was All the all the cities you know that i went to there was a lot of comics. None of ever got a shot. I asked him if he played mob clubs gilbert and he had a couple of he had a couple of good stories one that actually one that actually involved a relative of mine. Yeah there was a club on. I'm ashamed eilly will call the san suu san and remember rodney. Did a joke about it. Yeah censor said. They came up with the name. San suu they never another word thrown another sent in mineola in mineola right and owner or the suppose owner was sunny franchisee. Who was you know. A relative of my grandmother's cousin and he was supposedly owned the club. But it was somebody else listed as the owner. But he was in there every night and they would have pretty big star's there and they would get comedians open who they'd have to pay a lot so i worked there one time. We frankie avalon. I was making three hundred dollars for Nine days and sunny franchises always friendly and a good show. Kid you know good show. One time. He said We're going to breeze into city. Wanna come with us. And i said no thanks. I got some stuff to do a good decision. I didn't Didn't explore that happened gilbert. I never told you that my my third cousin was the under boss of the colombo family. What's where he because. You never told me you auditioned for chico. Yes and holding. You guys are even. I do like that story gave to about if you can tell it Where you went into the club you went in you. You're in between shows and you went to get a bite to eat. oh yeah. Atlantic city and atlantic is in atlantic city. Gilbert will like this was a club called the paddock club. I guess this is around. Nineteen sixty six and it was a strip club. And i went there monday night. Did the first show is to shows tonight. I did the first show and went well. And i said to the owner Is there a place to eat around. You know like some eat. See about five six blocks away. There's an italian sandwich shop. And they got great roast beef. They cut it right there and ham turkey. Whatever you want. And it'd be fast. So i go to the place. I want a roast beef sandwich to me right away. Sit down and there's like three old men sitting at table places. Pretty empty and one of the man comes over and he says you have a good trip. I said yeah and he gives me a small manila envelope and he goes back to the table. God and i opened the manila envelope. And.

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"kaplan" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"kaplan" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"I saw the film story who comes on the show on occasion. Robert baiter who claims there was some hanky panky. No i know nothing about that when you make something. Yeah well he had just come back from russia. We will return to gilbert godfrey amazing colossal podcast but i a word from our sponsor. Look guys dinnertime can be chaotic. Especially for people with chaotic. Lives like yours truly. But with freshly f. r. e. e. s. h. l. y. It's easy they're chefs. Take care of your meals a few nights a week and they take all the pressure off you now. We're all trying to get in shape and eat right. Well freshly can help. Their delicious meals are designed by nutritionists. And they're cooked by chefs making it easier to eat better if you're stressed if you're tired if you just don't feel like cooking food fast doesn't have to be fast food freshly offers quality meals without the hard work of prepping cooking and cleaning they offer chef made nutrient packed delicious meals delivered fresh to your door no cooking required and ordering his easy you go freshly dot com and you choose from over thirty delicious satisfying better for you meals like steak pepper. Corn sausage baked penny. Actually i made both of those for my wife and she loved them and now our listeners can try freshly for just six dollars and sixteen cents per.

"kaplan" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

07:28 min | 5 months ago

"kaplan" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"And then shooting herself right right. Yeah she I don't know how long they were together. Because i actually you know. I didn't really know him that well. I never was at his house. And i never really met her. I think i was introduced to her that day when he came to the kotte set But i didn't know her at all but she at a real sad ending. Was there an amount. he sued. You forgave do you happen to recall it. No i don't recall what the amount was. I think it was a game. And i were talking over the weekend. Gilbert and i found it funny that groucho objecting to the idea that he never used that kind of language he said. And if you read the richard anabela books as we all have. Yeah i think the thing was that he was saying it about somebody's mother. That was like that was interesting. Crossing a line for that was grossing. He just likes to sue people at one point. He sued author at one point. Sudas kid your son of a book that he wrote a background show while things groucho and me or one of those books and and they didn't they they had it on and off relationship where they would talk. They wouldn't talk and he he liked to sue. He was very religious. Did you get any feedback from any of the other marks family members about the show melinda or anybody or the only one that i know they came to see the show as we did it in rancho mirage and susan marx harpo grain was very complimentary especially about the old grout show and see said I felt i felt. I was in the room with him. You know it was scary. So i don't know what her relationship was was with him but she Really liked the old groucho. Gilbert does a pretty farrell groucho gave us. I told you. I love to hear it. I am working with our show. Much usual in my heard huge stage and iorean would watch and the people who watch goalie ordering as great great. We could have you guys tour together. We can we do. We do the odd couple together. Now that would be fantastic. Also i remember years ago talking to milton berle and he said he just shot a roast a dean mont rose that i know you're familiar with and he said that they would just put the camera on him and the director would say okay. You just got hit with a real zinger now and now. Ooh i'm shocked. I can't believe somebody said that on. Tv and he would do the reactions to jokes. He wasn't even hearing the director would say and they shot them all separately. So what was it like with you. Forgave was gabe was even a man of the hour. Weren't you gave. Yeah i did about. I would say five or six of them and they would take these shots and cut him in and the editor was not that good so it. It didn't look realistic. Look really strange. Sometimes somebody laughing at something and it wasn't that funny and they put like three different shots of people hysterical and the jokes were bad. Anyway i was telling frank when we talk the mohammed ali. One was the best. Because everybody. I was boxers and comedians and Elite came up at the end and he looked at the teleprompter while he was supposed to read. He says all these people's insulted me. And i don't care because i have. They had in the face of death. many times. But enough about phyllis diller and then he said dean martin team. Did you write this joke. The on the what do you want me insult this. Lady phyllis diller. I don't know who she is. I don't know anything about this woman. Why would i sell to like that. I wanna tell you something deem all these jokes. These comedians and these boxes are saying that all bad jokes boxes can't talk. Anyway they get up. Dude these comed- don't you have any better. You build these big hotels. I mean you got millions of dollars. Can't you write bennett jokes. I say in any. Let me see this next. That's the worst joke into. Phyllis diller joke on how much you pay these people at these jokes. And he's and then he went on for like fifteen minutes. He was hysterical talking about how bad the jokes were. How phony. this whole. Setup was talking about ripping apart just ripping the thing apart and talking about the cutting. You know how they wanted him to do this. And do that and greg garrison got so pissed off that he did this. Meanwhile the audience was hysterical. Everybody on the day was falling down. We'd never because the jokes were bad. You know most of the people would get there and they would read the jokes in the dressing room. And then they would read them on the teleprompter. They didn't know what they were going to say. so they wound up cutting alley down to about a minute a half and they didn't use any of the great stuff that he had done. That's a shame. Greg garrison for our listeners was the producer of those roasts and the and the dean martin show so you didn't interact much with orson sin or or ruth buzzy or or or or john wayne or any of those those people you are on those shows what they were in and out. Yeah everybody was in and out you got there. They had your well. I wrote my own stuff. A lot of the comics wrote their own stuff. But most of the other people didn't they had this whole group of writers that would give him these jokes and they just decided and the concept worked but most legendary harry crane was one of those writers gill. Yeah i remember what used to be uncomfortable for me. Which when i was watching it and they wouldn't go and now ladies and gentlemen art carney. It would be and now ladies and gentlemen ignored and and they wouldn't say now peter full. He roasted his colombo. Yeah yes and that always made me uncomfortable. I thought that never worked. Yes sometimes it'd be will come out and character. Charlie callas was always a character was. Oh with buzzy was always gladys. Yeah right now. I know you're since your remarks birds. We'll move on. I want to ask you. But richard pryor gay. But since you're you are a marks expert what do you know about harpo. Stooping amelia earhart..

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"kaplan" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

06:35 min | 5 months ago

"kaplan" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"How many songs were supposed to be in the show. You were supposed to sing. What lydia or lydia. I must be going This song that grouch. I forgot what it was. I love you in the world is mine something. Yeah i can't think of the name of it. Right and maybe four or five songs. And i cut most of them out and he went along with you but then he he would say i. We wanna put lydia back in said. I can't sing author. So finally he took the show to broadway and I was in it. And then i said author the mind if i do my version of the show without any singing and then i still did it occasionally for fifteen years in different places. Every every few years. I did in boston in florida i would do. It and it was a introspective. More of a comment on what comedians life is. Like and hour and happy groucho was and how entertaining wasn't how he made millions of people around the world. Happy but he himself was not that happy so that was the show that i wanted to do and i finally got a chance to do that. And and what was your relationship like with groucho. I met him a few different times. First time i met him. I had been on the merv griffin he had Seen it and i wanted to nate. Now's allegation in los angeles and he recognized me. And i i went up to him and he knew me which was surprising and he said to the guy who was with this is Gene kaplan and he was very funny. Did a bit about old people on his aiding game. And i thought it was hysterical and i said well thank you Graduate but my name is gabe. He said i'm going to call you gene. And i said okay i'm gonna call us up and we established You know like. I thought that he was my friend that i was hoping to to run into him again. And the next time. I released the record comedy record and i got a summons groucho. Marx was suing me and i had no idea what he found. So offensive record and the record was what eventually became. Welcome back kotter about these guys and that they insulted each other and we called it ranking know other people call it the dozens. Oh yeah and it's kids insulting each other on the street and there was one kid who was the champion rancor and this kid from philadelphia came and not only could iraq but he could do it while doing impressions so one of the impressions was groucho marx and he would insult the other kid and say I understand your mother sat on the washington monument Last night and it wasn't enough you know and and and grout so heard this and he filed a lawsuit that wanted. The record stopped and i talked to his lawyer and i said you can't be serious about this. And he said well he is. He says a lot of people so i can i set up. Can i set up a call for you to talk to them. And maybe apologize to do something and i said. I'd love to talk them in. I met him and He said okay. Here's his number call him. He's expecting it to call. So i called him and he said you remember. We met nate. Now's yes. I remember. But i never done anything like that in my life. I would never say anything about anybody's mother. I said i understand. You would never say but it's not use saying it it's supposed to be you know try and and if it makes you feel any better I only did that on the record. I don't i don't do that anymore. All right you're not gonna do it anymore. You're not. I said no i won't do it anymore. I promise you it's. It's not something that people really got upset or think badly of you for. Is it all right. All right and he dropped the lawsuit. And the next time i saw him was when he came to Welcome back kotter and everybody is so funny. Everybody has different recollections of what happened that day we did a reunion on You know nick at night. And marsha said that groucho is supposed to dance with our when he came on this show which would have been hard because he could. He couldn't even move. So i don't know who's going to and i heard what evan ear on your show. Yup talking about what i remember is it. We're talking about. Maybe he would do something and he came up to me and he says you know. They want me to do something and i said. Yeah but what are you gonna do. And so you know one idea what might be. I'm sitting on the bench outside the school yard and your back to the audience and i say As long as waiting for the bus let me tell you about my uncle. And i do this uncle joke. And he's gonna joke. You're going to do. And i told him the joke and i said after i do the joke you say. That's the worst joke. I ever heard my life turn around. Everyone sees his groucho marx. And they scream and you say that's the worst joke ever heard in my life. He said well that's not going to be hard to do because it is. The worst joke ever heard island and then erin fleming for a lot of money. I think ten thousand dollars and they weren't going to give him. You know they were hoping to do it for free. And but he was ready and he was excited about doing it while we never got it like dealing with their in. I was gonna ask the same thing. What were your impressions of erin. I didn't deal with her The producers deal with her. I just dealt directly with groucho because i kind of knew him a little bit and we were going over the bit and what. He was going to do what he's going to say. So i didn't have any of that relationship whether they just came and told me i remember seeing her there but they came and told me it's off. He's not going to do it. And everybody was so disappointed. And she wound up being homeless terrible.

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A Program Vs. A Project -  Brandon Kaplan CEO of Skilled Creative Discusses the Rise of Voice in Media and Commerce - Voicebot Podcast Ep 216 - burst 06

The Voicebot Podcast

01:45 min | 5 months ago

A Program Vs. A Project - Brandon Kaplan CEO of Skilled Creative Discusses the Rise of Voice in Media and Commerce - Voicebot Podcast Ep 216 - burst 06

"Yeah i think a lot. Lot more of the conversations in the marketing teams have more flexibility than moving more quickly But we show like a spectrum to our clients who say hey you know you wanna you wanna make big expensive. Heavy alexis kill We can do that but while we're doing that. Do you have a podcast that you want to drive traffic to voice device will let's literally just do a media plan that is you know Social media posts the say amazon lady play the blank podcast and that took one day's worth of effort so for every one of our clients. We've got a product roadmap. That's that's plotted in a very important Factor that's on every single execution which is a level of lift versus potential return. And we're testing out with all workloads. So we're not putting all of our eggs in one basket. We're saying let's test all of it so maybe. Hbo max does want to really heavily promote amazon lady. Play blank on. Hbo max to fire tv device owners. And we're piloting that as much as we're piloting really heavy alexa skills or or other things. And and don't forget you know that there's a whole slew of other things that these companies care about which is really interesting physical activation. They care about customer service they want to have a conversation around vr and want to drive subscriptions. They have merchandise that they want to sell an amazon inventory So that's why say there's like two hundred layers deep and we're constantly just assessing and bringing to our clients what we think the best next thing for them to be testing against his And that's why we look at it as a program versus a project.

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What Skilled Creative Is - Brandon Kaplan CEO of Skilled Creative Discusses the Rise of Voice in Media and Commerce - Voicebot Podcast Ep 216 - burst 03

The Voicebot Podcast

02:20 min | 5 months ago

What Skilled Creative Is - Brandon Kaplan CEO of Skilled Creative Discusses the Rise of Voice in Media and Commerce - Voicebot Podcast Ep 216 - burst 03

"Were a voice agency You know we call ourselves a full service voice agency because we we help our clients with education and strategy and creative and technical production and audio production creative production go to market strategy maintenance analytics partnership management so if an organization is interested in invoices a channel or a user interface than were or there. Were we kind of look at ourselves. Like a accenture or deloitte for us as touch point And started the company as as an innovation company working in a bunch of different technologies. And then we we. We pivoted to really hyper focusing on voice. You know probably three years ago And then you know. We've we've further kind of whittled down into a few different categories. We certainly work with a number of cpg clients because we we see a big growth in invoice commerce as many others do but we've also really doubled down on on and so that's why we've had the chance to work with meredith corporation the nba and potter more and warner music group and warnermedia. Hbo max and a number of different media companies. Because if you look at you know how people engage with voice a lot of it is media and entertainment and we talked to our clients a lot where we say you think about computers in nineteen ninety-seven think about mobile phones in two thousand seven people didn't get a smartphone in two thousand seven and then throw it out they just got the next one and it kept on permeating their house in their lives more and more and more so as soon as somebody adds voice device to their house. It's likely some small outliers gonna say that was that was weird and they and they turn it off and plug it but most people are going to be offloading more and more of their daily utility to those devices. So we say listen. If you know media and entertainment has really been at the forefront of every major digital We'll see voice any different so music and entertainment and streaming and games and news and and all of that we think voices a a really powerful user interface for

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"kaplan" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

06:14 min | 5 months ago

"kaplan" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Lake. That's about right and he was nice. We already do that. Be nice learned in kindergarten. Be nice everybody knew that be nice. I knew that. And i was like it kind of seems like maybe it didn't go well with your yelling. Be nice of me right now. I apologize the son of a bitch. He's appeared on the tonight show conan letterman james corden. Seth meyers comedy central last comic standing. America's got talent. He has five albums you just heard. A section from aka is the name of that one and in your vip package flavor of the month for four episodes special philosophically speaking. Hello mike kaplan. Hello thank you so much. What a what a wonderful introduction. That was beautiful. And i also really appreciate you. Spelling the word gear definitely as they also. Isn't it great. you introduce yourself. Not many of our guests do that and you had a secret. Impersonation of keith was was spot on. I love this sort of easter egg. Thing in in your comedy where it's like you mentioned on the show. That one of your jokes sorta came from your interaction with keith. And then listening to the album keith. Could you guessed which part. I didn't want ask at the time i've heard this before but i didn't want to ask because that. That would be an insult. Of course my favorite part is when he throws in my friend apologize because he doesn't want the audience angry at this fake person just so you know he's cool anyways. Thank you hang out with astles. He apologize don't you remember. He calls us so funny. Because you know. Keith has played some acting roles and i feel like you always play the asshole friend. And now you're playing roles in standup show and you're still playing the asshole friend right. I don't know i'm not saying anything. I'm just saying better. Get helped while i was in stand up and i didn't have to practice so there you go comedians mike. Did you consider doing a more of a voice or more exaggerated thing or anything like that. You mean to further identify as so. My friend came to me and said here's the thing usually you could try. What does he does impersonation to goes. I might kaplan. I'm an asshole and that you're right. Hugely closes it off. he goes. Mike kaplan i'm an asshole. I might get. Yeah i guess for the next. Maybe for like the twenty year re-release. I'll do some like bonus content all rerecord some of the jokes and so. Here's the i can't believe you got ripped off. I love andrew dice. Clay i'll throw. I don't wear sleeves. Jupiter you're getting ripped off and also my sleeves are getting ripped off. They canceled jupiter's legacy as i'm watching it. I really like the comic books of jupiter's legacy. I don't know if you read comic books but again sorry about that. Mike is of course. One of the nicest people i know in that same album he talks about. You know if you heard that was involved in a murder you know that. Means i'd be dead track. Forty what are you like. I don't know if. I said this can't do mike. Now right. we're going to do each other. You'll get you'll get it by the end of the show. What are you like in arguments. are you a. do you upset your partner because you are so factual and calm and obviously we can get through anything because sometimes they hate that great question. I would say it really depends on who. I'm arguing if you're talking about a pardon like my partner. My romantic partner. I would say when. I am peaceful and calm. I am not arguing. That arguing generally happens when When i'm hungry. You know when i haven't had enough water recently when i haven't slept as well with if something else is bothering me so i don't think that i am the most objective and the most logical like when i feel like it will go like this. I'll be like and really renews part of the argument which i don't even think that her part of it is an argument. You know. I feel like she's just like the wind. You know where some natural force of just existence. that is how things are. and i'm like no not an she'll she'll be is it. Is it possible. When is the last time that you ate. And i'll be like i was a long time ago but this isn't about that and then i don't eat. Is it almost like. Is it almost like if you recognize your girlfriends has. Pms you like. I mean you arguing. I just hand you of water right. That's an insult. That i am getting better at trusting that i don't always know like my best self which i am not always is compassionate loving open hearted kind as well as potentially logical reasonable and an agent of yourself again. This i know that was you. I was being you that time. It's subtle where we're very similar. You and i. I think there i definitely initially resists the idea that the thing going on is that i have some need. That's not being met but zooming out. It is almost always that that is so she. But you can't know that when you're in the middle of it and the the point when people recognize. And it's usually my partner. That i have pms or like people who work around me a lot..

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EU Further Sanctions Belarus After Roman Protasevich Arrest

Here & Now

01:44 min | 6 months ago

EU Further Sanctions Belarus After Roman Protasevich Arrest

"The european union has now imposed additional sanctions on belarus after that eastern european country forced a ryanair flight to lithuania to land in belarus under a false claim of a bomb threat. A pretense for arresting roman produce age a- prominent opposition journalist from belarus. Who was on board. So what questions does this now. Race for the airline industry here. Now's transportation alice. Seth kaplan is here. And seth we know some countries are now ordering their airlines to avoid the airspace over belarus. The eu advise them to do so. How big a deal is this. Well i you just start with the logistics of that and indeed if you look one of those websites or apps where you can see live radar flight radar twenty four to wear one of those. There's basically as big hole over belarus. Right now he's the airplanes all over europe except there as as flights have begun again in the aftermath of the pandemic but not over belarus. And so that tells you that airlines are basically having to fly out of the way having to spend more on fuel that sort of thing at time to their flights where they usually would have flown over belarus. Well yeah a lot of airlines saying. They're not even going to travel over the country. At all which means you can't fly in or out of belarus right if to western europe at least right and you know not a lot of demand right now probably because of what's happening right exactly in terms of actually fighting to were from there and and the greater impact is yeah just the fact that airlines typically overfly belarus the eighties along a lot of common routes so even a lot of us who have never been to belarus like myself I almost certainly flown over it. If we've flown ever between europe and asia. Let's say

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More Than 500 Ex-Biden Staffers Urge President to Condemn Israel

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:38 min | 6 months ago

More Than 500 Ex-Biden Staffers Urge President to Condemn Israel

"Now we'll start in washington where over five hundred democratic party stuff as the written and led to the president. Joe biden calling him to do more to protect palestinians and hold israel accountable for its actions in gaza. Although a ceasefire currently holds two thirty palestinians were killed while twelve israelis died in. The recent conflict will join me on the line. Alison kaplan soma. A journalist for herat's and scott lucas adjunct professor at the clinton institute at university college done scott if we could start with you. What did this letter from the democrats say well. The democrats are calling for more of an emphasis as it were on the palestinian side of the equation. If you wanna it that use that term and that is that on the one hand you've got the question of us military eight israel. you've got senator bernie sanders who has introduced a measure to suspend almost eight hundred million dollars of american arms to israel until you can have a clear cessation of the violence in other words confirmation following last friday's ceasefire. And then secondly. I think that emphasis not only on reconstruction in gaza which is something that the biden administration is promoting including on secretary of state. Lincoln's visit to israel and palestine yesterday but also on the wider issues the issues of jerusalem. The issues of what the democrats these crafts would call an israeli occupation of the palestinian west bank and some time of true to negotiations for a palestinian state after those of effectively stalled since two thousand nine.

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Israel, Gaza, and Fears of War as Violence Escalates

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:42 min | 7 months ago

Israel, Gaza, and Fears of War as Violence Escalates

"The united nations has wound that the violence in israel which began on monday could become a full scale war at least sixty five people in gaza including fourteen. Children and seven people in israel have been killed in fighting which started after weeks of tension east jerusalem between israelis and palestinians. I listen kaplan. Summer is the journalists for herat. She's on the line now from tel aviv. A good morning to you alison. Thanks for joining us. Can you tell us what's the latest on the ground. Yes so overnight One thousand one hundred and sixty rockets were fired at israel not for night but since the outbreak of several hundred happened overnight Many many israelis the bulk of israelis in the center of the country spent time in in their Bomb shelters including me And what what really. Shocked israelis was The amount of violence on the streets that occurred overnight in the city of loyd The previous night there had been outbreaks of violence by arab residents against some jewish extreme nationalists. Game into town. End where we're attacking arabs in return and also in the city of dot com which is right next to tel aviv Similar things occurred in arab man was pulled out of his out of his car and beaten severely But what people are really warning is the fact that wrecked hit on a building in the city of ashkelon On a apartment that had sealed room it had a bomb shelter. Um still manage to kill a five year old boy which which everybody is mourning.

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Blizzard Is Showing off Two Hours of Overwatch 2 Next Week

Esports Minute

00:28 sec | 7 months ago

Blizzard Is Showing off Two Hours of Overwatch 2 Next Week

"Will be holding a two-hour play, Ash versus players Centric, live stream preview of OverWatch to come May 20th that will allow the Everyman like you and me more details and insight on the sequel. Earlier today. Aaron Keller delivered. This news on a developer update in place of former OverWatch director Jeff Kaplan. A subsequent AMA will be held by the dev team on the OverWatch subreddit on May 24th with the focus about this preview live stream. Keller T's off, updates to come later in the year.

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Rocket Barrages Hit Israel From Gaza, Sirens Sound in Jerusalem

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:18 min | 7 months ago

Rocket Barrages Hit Israel From Gaza, Sirens Sound in Jerusalem

"Later today. Israel's capture of east jerusalem in the six day war of nine hundred sixty seven will be commemorated as usual by the annual jerusalem day flag march on the basis of the last few days. It is difficult to imagine it. Going altogether smoothly. Hundreds of palestinian demonstrators and dozens of israeli police have been injured in several days of disturbances around palestinian protests against threatened evictions. The violence has spread to haifa romolo. I'm the always hypersensitive site of the alexa mosque. In the temple. Mount compound in jerusalem's old city. Joining me with more on this from tel aviv is alison kaplan saw a journalist at haaretz alison first of all to the disturbances. We've seen over the last few days. How significant do they seem. I guess local standards. They seem very significant. We haven't had anything this violent and this large in several years really time will tell if this is going to be a long term problem but right now you know. We're focused on this. The celebration of ramadan coinciding with jerusalem date which is also always very provocative time of year. But i would say that we haven't seen anything on the scale. In in many years. In scott israel very concerned

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Judge Orders Kevin Spacey Accuser to Reveal His Identity

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Judge Orders Kevin Spacey Accuser to Reveal His Identity

"There's been a key ruling in a case in which actor Kevin Spacey is accused of sexual abuse a man who says the former house of cards star sexually abused him in the nineteen eighties when he was just fourteen had been known only by his initials CD but a federal judge in New York says that must stand U. S. district judge Lewis A. Kaplan says spacey's accuser cannot stay anonymous as the forty million dollar plus lawsuit goes forward Kaplan says the plaintiffs claim to privacy does not outweigh the interest of having a free and open trial or for spacey to call witnesses to defend himself he also notes that the CDC has spoken to an unknown number of people about his claims and anyone of them could have revealed his identity I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Animal Behaviourist Gisela Kaplan Reminisces About Her First Bird

Conversations

01:42 min | 7 months ago

Animal Behaviourist Gisela Kaplan Reminisces About Her First Bird

"Zillah told me about the the very first bird that you ever had in your life. Tell me about poll. well that Little budgerigar also only a short periods and it was given to me. I don't know why it was given to me. But i think my father had something to do and you might have known somebody who who knew somebody with birds as you know battery. Cows are still the favourite pet bird in europe so they're readily bread there and This bird was particularly. Young was only a few weeks old and i was fakes. Hijacked but also very insecure was nine years old and i was given full responsibility of the birds. I started asking around everything and the grandmother gave me a few tips on what i could do. An mind thing is to gain the trust of the birch. He said that's absolutely the mind thing set out to do that. Doesn't speak my language. Mike put little food on your hands speak to it slowly and make every movement very very gentle and slow so i spend every day in the first few weeks was just my hand in. There entered nearly dropped off which. I didn't never doubts too and that was very successful. The bird eventually came to me and unsettling and didn't need to be in the cage at all and accompanied me in my homework and usually set on my desk and when the bird sort i had done enough homework. It grabbed the pen and threw it over the side of the disc.

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US Capitol Officer Brian Sicknick Died From Strokes the Day After Riot

Tom and Curley

00:29 sec | 8 months ago

US Capitol Officer Brian Sicknick Died From Strokes the Day After Riot

"Cause of death has been determined for the Capitol police officer who died one day after the January riots. CBS is Rebecca Kaplan, the chief medical examiner for Washington, D C. Said U. S Capitol police officer Brian Sick. Nick suffered strokes and then died of natural causes. The day after engaging with writers outside the capital on January 6th. Signal was sprayed with the chemical substance that approximately 2:20 p.m. during the attack and collapsed just under eight hours later, when he was transported to a local hospital. He died about 24. Hours after that

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Eflin pitches into 8th, Phillies beat Cardinals 9-2

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Eflin pitches into 8th, Phillies beat Cardinals 9-2

"Andrew McCutchen Bryce Harper drive in a pair of runs in a six run Philly second inning and they beat the cardinals ninety two in the first game of a three game series in Philadelphia G. T. reed Mitchell as a two run home run in the seventh the winning pitcher is that Kaplan who is now want to know after working seven plus innings and giving up two runs while striking out six it's kind of the you know just the common denominator is our starting staff as we want to go deep in the games so many of our building as much of a break as possible so they're healthy throughout the whole year and ultimately just in up to twenty baseball so it's nice to go out there and and get some innings and Carlos Martinez takes the loss he's out in three after being touched for six runs over five innings Justin Williams had his first major league home run for the Redbirds I'm Mike Reeves

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Capitol Police IG report criticizes January 6 planning

WBZ Afternoon News

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

Capitol Police IG report criticizes January 6 planning

"In out Washington, with a new report the inspector tonight general on the deadly for the Capitol riot back police in January. out with a new report This tonight report on the deadly specifically riot back in details January. the investigation This report into his specifically department details and how the his investigation officers handled the into insurrection his department get more and on. The how report his officers from CBS handle is the Michael insurrection. Kaplan. CBS News More has on the report obtained from the CBS first is Michael federal Kaplan. audit CBS of the News attack has on obtained the capital the first by the federal inspector audit general of of the the attack Capitol on police. the capital by the It inspector outlines general the department's of the Capitol intelligence police. and planning failures It outlines leading the department's up to January. intelligence 6th. and planning Findings failures from the inspector leading up to general's January. report 6th. have Findings not been previously from the inspector published, general's report and some lawmakers have not been have previously been pressing published, to make them public and earlier some this lawmakers week to have Capitol been pressing police to officers make them public who were attacked earlier this during week that to riot Capitol sued police former officers President who were Trump attacked during Lawsuit. that riot sued They claimed former the former President president's Trump rhetoric about election Lawsuit. fraud They claimed incited the former his president's supporters rhetoric who about carried election out that fraud attack, incited leaving several his supporters people dead. who carried out that 6 attack, 47. leaving several You might remember people that quote dead. from

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Corey Caplan Discusses  Real World Assets on the Blockchain

Bitcoin Radio

01:31 min | 8 months ago

Corey Caplan Discusses Real World Assets on the Blockchain

"Welcome back to imagine twenty twenty. I'm yonaha cows today. I'm glad you joined by corey kaplan partner of the foundation and co founder of dolemite cory. Thanks so much for joining us. Thanks. it's a pleasure to be here so for those who don't know you You want to give a little background kind of who you are. How you got into this whole block thing. Sure so been working in the industry since at twenty fifteen or so Really exciting times to be in here. I started off as more of a user of the industry and Slowly worked on working different boundaries for different organizations found myself really diving in the technology side of really trying to understand the ins and outs of smart contracts it systems actually run them the blockchain consensus all that stuff and just like everyone else that probably got involved in the industry realize how deep the rabbit hole ago and also interesting the rabbit hole could be as he dove down it so back in early twenty eighteen Might with my business partner. Then in late nineteen started to get involved in Diem or defined money market with gregg derek. Defiantly market foundation and overall goal is just to build really cool products. That help. that really does help. People defy markets really focused on bringing real world assets unchain to help diversify people's portfolios in offer broader access to a wide range of financial instruments so leveraging blockchain chain crypto and smart contracts to help the world.

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"kaplan" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

02:41 min | 10 months ago

"kaplan" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"Brandon. So tell us. I'd love to hear about some of the things that you've done with your company. Some of the really creative stuff that you have have built and maybe even talk about some of these cases if he can some of the some of the really cool things were going on sure. I mean so When the company started doing a bunch of different technologies so we were doing voice. computer vision. Augmented reality you know. We were doing a computer vision in vending machines for pepsico where we could see. Like what different demographics were vending different flavors on these machines. We have seen that. Like men over fifty were vending vanilla beverages and everyone over a yet under twenty was was bending lemon with their pepsi. Really interesting and rejection mapping in hotels in new york city and you're doing chat bots voice and in about two and a half years ago. I completely shifted the agency. One hundred percent voice because i felt that Voice was really the only tech. That wasn't that wasn't an activation is really shifting consumer behavior. Since then we've been purely doing vote and we've been working with really cool clients. We've actually done quite a few quite a few projects with pepsico We've done some voice activated kiosks on college campuses. That engaged with college students During during finals month that was really fun. Motivational talks through vending machines. We we've done like really cool lifestyle experiences for pepsico We worked with meredith corporation's. Been one of our best partners and we've helped to launch a series of experiences for them so we launched all recipes into market. we launched entertainment weekly We just launched a really exciting project with health magazine. that's called my daily mindset and it's a fourteen day a affirmation so i think right now needs positivie so it's fourteen day Day and we put so much creative care love into that. It's a great experience and we we've also launched with a real simple real simple relax. Which was another meditation experience. We've done things with fan wall like interactive betting with fan duel. We've done simon and schuster rarity. Now we're working with The nba one Group in a couple of other media companies. So we've we've always been largely focused on media and entertainment and then cpg. Those are two areas of the industry. That are going to gain a lot of traction in the next six twelve eighteen months and where we have more of creative of flexibility to play

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"kaplan" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

02:24 min | 10 months ago

"kaplan" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"I've got a great interview with the ceo and founder of one of the top voice agencies today brandon kaplan. But just before we get to that. I do want to remind you that. I am doing weekly meet ups on clubhouse if you're not part of clubhouse it is a voice activated voice controlled social media platform where we get together wednesdays at five. Pm pacific for the voiced in. And it's basically just casual chat so if you're on clubhouse please feel free to join us wednesdays five. Pm pacific looking forward to seeing you there. As i mentioned. We have brandon kaplan on this podcast. He is a great guy. He's a smart guy and he is the founder and ceo of skilled creative one of the top voice agencies creating voice experiences for many of the top top brands. Brennan was one of the voice linzers on the voice to end a little while back and we had the opportunity to interview him on the voiceless her show and when i say we i mean myself and ian utility This interview that you're hearing is recording from a couple of months back But i really wanted to the opportunity to introduce you to brandon and When we get started here you. You'll hear i goofed up a little bit in that. I called my co-host in utility. I called him in utility and we have a good laugh about that so enjoy that anyway at any further ado get right to intervene. Be here hope. You enjoy this one so it really thrilled to bring on. A brandon are co host in utility. I just called the in utility in utility at. Let's bring right odd here we go. Hey brad and going i love. I love to see me whenever i can. you know. We're not in useful knows brad. All right all we'll get back to brad and this is where you all right brad. Welcome to the show. Take introduce yourself to to listen to the news. Sure thanks for having me got his Brandon kaplan the founder of skilled creative. And we are a full service voice agency so we work with traditionally fortune five hundred companies and we help them figure out. What is this thing. voice How can they folded into their business into their marketing. What channels can they get into..

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"kaplan" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"kaplan" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"We're back up about fifty minutes to the top of the hours. Scott Young is gonNA join us from Oklahoma. I in a little bit and Tony. Black coming up as well. The Rejang and much much more right. Now we're going to pay tribute to milt Wilson and I even under these circumstances to be able to bring. Bill Kaplan back to the races. Bill now retired pretty much. Did everything that horsemen. That could WANNA do including winning Breeders Cup races musical romance of course in the Philly and Mayor Sprint and So much more bill. First of all it's great to talk to you and I hope everything is is okay and you're staying safe and healthy. I'm fine. I'm lacking like like everyone else right now and yeah took time to talk about the great man sin. Everyone will miss you know much like you and Stan Gold and Nettie police. I mean there. There were so many south Florida year round horsemen. Before we think of you know the current incantation of of year round raising in Florida and milt was one of those people that just didn't you never had to too many horses but just had consistent success. Yeah actually melted original. 'cause he actually reached the South. Florida back when the original Tropical Park. So he was the senior. South Florida horse been.

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"kaplan" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

Hollywood Unscripted

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"kaplan" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

"Known since your audience is young adult. Do you feel responsibility with the messages of your films or is it the other way around where the audience is telling you what they want. And you're giving it to them. We try to learn and listen to what's going on pop culture and I used to watch as a kid. Jeffrey Katzenberg is friends with his son. David and Jeffrey would never stop reading. It'd be the New York Times directly in Time magazine. And so I think if you stay close to pop culture of what's really happening then you have a chance to kind of develop your projects in the right direction. I'm definitely not the one choosing. I'm just trying to be a good listener. So then. How does that affect the way? You develop your films. Something that I really connected with but wanted to show in a different way which we did in the script as was is a lot of voiceover expedition to get out because you have to understand how the characters feeling and I think young people especially or so in their head especially nowadays you have social media and like someone's having a party and you're not invited and how much that would probably hurt kit. So he said. How do we do that in a way? That feels unique and as silly as it sounds. I remember thinking back to that movie. Drop Dead Fred when I was a kid and this imaginary friend comes out so we said well what have large and to all the boys actually has these guys in her room and she's talking about and so that it's almost like we're getting her anxieties out but you get to watch the scene. But of course they're not there so I think those kind of fun devices can often be a fun. Extra element add so. How much of the film did you develop new scenes for versus? How much did you pull from the buck? We tried to stay true to the book. And of course not. Every scene in the book can make it to the film in either scenario but we took creative license in aesthetic moments. And I think in some of the Laura jeans anxieties in terms of how we visually show them but other than that like we try our hardest because again credits Jenny Han. She wrote books. That were beloved. Are you an all surprised to see how popular your content is with even demographics that we in the industry can refer to sometimes as sixty five just this side of dead? It's all over the board. Yeah it's funny I kinda got a lot of firsthand experience in my life from from friends and people around me that were on like those. Cw shows and you'd always think they were like twelve year old kid watching it and in reality it was like a thirty five year olds or forty year old mom of two and so. I think there has been something fun to watch of the reaction that it has kind of brought people back because I think again as I said like. We went through ten fifteen year period where these moods working made and so a lot of people in the thirties and forties still. Remember those John Hughes Movies and it's still fun to watch and he surprises along the way chorus everything I think to all the boys was a surprise. I think of course we're passionate what we're making and I loved the book and I love the idea of telling a Korean American girls story as she was going through this fun adventure but did I think it was going to become what it has become. I had no idea. Can you spell any secrets about three? I'll say that I think we really want to focus in the third movie on large gene and her growth. She stumbled into the situation because her sister sent out the love letters in the first one she had to deal with it in the second one she had to kind of deal with her past her present and the anxieties about her future and the third movie. It's about what do you want and I think we all kind of start to grow up and make choices and then you've got to figure out yourself so we really wanted to focus on Laura Jean. Her needs her discovering herself. In a way that was not just about the poison. Learn from your movies. I think I learned how to become a better filmmaker. Each movie we make. I think God I made some really bad decisions early on in my career but I take a lot of pride and trying to find great mentors and learn from our mistakes and every time we make a movie or developed the script I think afterwards we have a post mortem to understand why we think that character connected. Or what choices would we have made differently in and then it's like listen to your audience. It's really fun to be able to have made the second to all the boys and to see some of the feedback and most of it is positive but the parts. That aren't positive. I want to deliver on that for the fans. I think it's a huge responsibility for all of us that we want to do right by these Uber Fans. Thank you Jenny for joining us today and Matt. Thank you so much for coming appreciate. You guys haven't thank you. Let's Hollywood unscripted is created by Kurkcu Media and presented in cooperation with the Malibu Film Society. This episode was hosted by Scott to law with guest. Mat Kaplan additional guest. Jenny Curtis produced and edited by Jenny. Curtis sound engineering. By Michael Kennedy. The executive producer of Hollywood unscripted Stewart. Halprin the Hollywood unscripted Song is by Celeste. And Eric Dick Please. Rate Review and subscribe to this podcast for more conversations with top industry professionals discussing the entertainment. You Love Creek. How media media.

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"kaplan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"kaplan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Kaplan and my mom harmony it is that time in the show we take a look at the trends we analyze them we question them we say to each other and to you was look is it anyway it's time for the shop girls to ask whose look is it anyway the way you say that you do some old I think it's just really off the top of my head even more all right can we I we have a several celebrity looks to talk about and of course there's a high deed you know my mother we have a how do you get along fine but before we do that could we talk about something that he is going to impact all of our wardrobes and I don't think I am over seating let's talk about the flared of course we can yeah guys I think it's time I think it is time they've tried to make it come back we have resisted but we the consumers have said more skinny more skinny incorporated the really really wide leg we've gone really wide really skinny we haven't gone back to doing what was for so long the prevailing silhouette which was a little flare at the bottom universally flattering it is and if chi a Gerber who I think is broken up with Pete Davidson by the way that's a whole thank goodness anyway I'm sure her mother is very happy I can't believe they even tolerated that for a minute ran it's hard you know to tell your kids I mean she's a wise to these women see in peace they can fix them I anyway we digress we to the G. she has been wearing the flare jeans a lot she has been all over Paris because these are done in girl because the spring summer runway shows have been going on it's a major trend even in the show so lean and Gucci have been showing the flare jeans and they've never totally gone out of style they say but the seventies look is really making it big now her favorite pair seems to be won by a company called re slash done but the pair she likes doesn't seem to be available right now I'm sure they will begin besides a two hundred ninety five dollars so I think you can probably find a pair for a little less than that but I mean look I I'm not I love to my flares at the time and I haven't worn them in ages and think it needs to heal as opposed to a **** gas yeah I think you can't get away yeah total flat right I have some it doesn't have to be a high heel the really wide legs which I have enjoyed wearing you know almost as a trouser I mean I think that the key to the really wide full lag Mead wells been doing a lot of a lot of brands have is that you need a fitted or shorter top so that you don't just look like any you know like everything is enormous and if they are sort of a cropped length which a lot of them are then I think they can work with a flat yeah but the flare is not that's not a crop situation that's a full length situation and yes I think you do need a little bit of a heel so that's it that's a decision it's a he pondered a moment for us but I do think if you're feeling a little bored as we've discussed in recent weeks with your skinny is maybe give it a try I'm sure we're going to start to see more and more of these coming out of the blue season especially I mean I find to skinny jeans when you know when I'm wearing boots and I'm Heidi this you always see but mother yes it is actually the perfect time because if you were wearing like an ankle boot chances are you have a little bit of a shock yeah I think for your player that if I'm wearing a hi boot that goes up to my name why are you wearing so many high boots hello are you gonna flared out I at first I was like I don't know but I like to hear all that he'll adds adds to it yeah feels really good Saturday night hope yeah I think that's like yeah take me out I should test it out report back sleep I want to get to we don't allow yeah skip to as you know it isn't Gigi is Bella Hadid she was walking the runway of course in Paris but when she wasn't walking the runway she was photographed wearing denim on denim oversize blazer but it was her crop top that everybody was paying attention attention to because it was held together by two large safety pins yes very strategic safety pins that it like if she sneezed I wonder if there could be a problem I you know it helps to have the kind of top section of your body okay okay yeah I I see less probably not do that but I mean they were it was like a cool class and I also didn't love her mustard yellow jeans they were wild lands on the on the sides of the legs with black he's got a very long torso and that was like my whole body from I understand and then I do want to talk about Taylor swift did you like this out she there was a premiere at Sundance of her an hour Netflix documentary called miss americana that everybody is apparently talking about and she wore a wide leg plaid pants and matching Bruce D. A. style top and a matching overcooked she also is really tall and can carry that she's tall is Bella Hadid why don't know she's as tall I've never measured them together she's finitely tall okay I thought it was a stunning look on her I thought it was a little bit much of that overall this when I was this was my debate as well I mean it's only made the statement I I can't believe how how many iterations we're seeing right now first of all of the like the CA the crop top the time not rolling yeah I you know this felt this feels like the kind of look that works on a red carpet really well especially when you're tall and can show some skin as well I just I don't know in the real world if it might just be too much yeah or I even think on her life if she I realize she needs something probably to keep real shoulders warm but I think if she had that outfit and.

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"kaplan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"kaplan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I'm Alli Kaplan with my mom harmony lots of festivities happening here at the the Galleria today and of course it's just the beginning of a what's going to be a really fun action packed a few weeks they keep telling us about other things like did you know they're doing a pop up market another art and gift market December seventh next weekend so if you're feeling like you're not gonna get everywhere you want to go to day don't worry there will be more and you know who's going to be here on December seventh we've had them on shopgirl's they've been I think another my talk shows as well it's heather and Brad fox they had the matter of favorite locals who now have a show on HGTV and they are going to host a gift pop up market near the Galleria next I I that must be Saturday right December seventh yeah nine two four unique art and gifts from local makers and artists so that's fun hello in the lower level by by Gabbard the other thing that I think it's been starting valet parking is complimentary that's going on right now through December twenty nine but there also is gift wrap it's a do you do you are how he said he I want I want because you don't do a T. I Y. yeah anyway it's a D. I. Y. gift wrapping station it starts on December seventh and ends December twenty second you just have to show your receipts that you actually purchased the item here at the Galleria yup and then you can go in and get the box and pick out some grass and you don't have to worry about their stop to go by like starts next week okay very good well it is a time in the show where we take a look at a trend and analyze it from every angle it's a good time of year for lots of sparkles out there of course the AMA is this week produced nothing but good material for us here at shop girl so let's do this look is it anyway she was very helpful it's time for the shop girls to ask whose look is it anyway all right well she can with your favorite hipster artists mom belly belly belly I wish I've already purchased this outfit from burglary have you yes because I think it's my look yeah it's headed toll burglary that Billy was quick to point out it was made from scraps of Burberry material so it was not you know she thought that was a you know making the statement right there Billy also makes a major statement by having everything be baggy after awhile he because well I don't know because she seventeen yeah our comfort is I cannot over right you know all could just agreed to do that would probably I right and we king and yeah we get rid of this banks and all that but anyway her outfit was all Burberry down to her matching sneakers but then underneath that she had a chain under shirt and a matching mask okay wait so the things that I'm seeing okay so picture this you guys berberine the the the iconic Burberry plaid yeah you know brown black red white yes instead of worrying the scarf she's wearing it head to toe it is just absolutely loose fitting yep unisex T. shirt baggy pants kinda looks like pajamas yeah and then Berberis sneakers which have like a velcro step Belko strap around the bottles were slippery locate out then there is like this kind of glittery see through layer easily yeah the beekeeper hat fancy beekeeper hat that's exactly what it is it's a happy and it's a shirt apparently is that all connected I don't know for sure it's an undershirt I guess it it's a separate undershirt but I also like these things are the just me well I think they measure for battling for her okay and what I like to she finished it off with diamond jewlery from Bogart because you can if you're Billy eyelash yeah.

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"kaplan" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"kaplan" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"The to write this down go to outcomes rocket dot com slash Kaplan. Kaplan with a K, and you'll be able to find everything here that we've discussed including this book, the links to his website and everything else that you want to see even a link to his Snapchat. If you wanna check out what they're doing. So Dr Kaplan just want to ask you to share one closing thought. And then the best place where the listeners get in touch with you. Thank you so much for your top. Always enjoy this. My contribution to humanity. Highs transparency in health. I enjoy plastic surgery are really enjoy working patients. But as far as like s more head of retail one on one on one, but more global wholesale touch humanity. It's going to be my legacy and. Price transparency in healthcare. So that's that's my message. But if people have any questions they can contact me at Jonathon at Bill, my Bod dot com. That's J O N A T H A N at built my Bod BU. I'll D A Y B D dot com. Awesome hand. And now comes rocket listeners. I strongly encourage you to follow this this, man. He's doing some pretty awesome things. Even if it's to get a procedure that you need to get done. Right. Use the system find your doctor. So once again dot Kaplan. Thank you so much for being on. Really? Appreciate you buy some of the time. Thanks for listening to the outcomes rocket podcast be shooting. Visit us on the web at WWW dot outcomes. Rocket dot com for the show notes resources inspiration and so much more..

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